TLI Group has announced its plans to grow its team by 90 in 2022 following the opening of its new engineering hub in Kerry. The expansion also comes as they hope to cater to additional clients including the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland, Siro, ESB Networks, and National Broadband Ireland.
TLI Group is a utility infrastructure consultancy and construction business that has offices in the UK and Ireland. They currently employ over 850 people. Some of the roles they are recruiting for at the moment include electrical design engineers, graduate engineers, electricians, project engineers, civil and structural design engineers, and GIS analysts. These roles are being advertised in locations all over Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Their offices are in Hampshire in the UK and Kerry in Ireland and they have recently opened a new office in Tralee, County Kerry which will be dedicated to their engineering team. The hub was opened following the high demand for the company’s services within the renewable energy sector. The engineering team offers specialised engineering design and consultancy services to the renewable energy sector in the form of substation designs and high voltage grid connections.
The company has engineers across a wide range of areas including civil, electrical, mechanical, structural, GIS, and technicians. Managing Director of TLI Group, John Tuite has said the company’s continuous growth is the result of the work of the existing team. TLI Group is a contractor of Siro, the joint venture of ESB and Vodafone, and assisted in delivering Siro’s fibre-to-the-building network around Ireland.