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Working at ESV

ESV makes a valuable contribution to the safety of the Victorian community through technical regulation of the electricity and gas industries, the licencing of electricians and maintaining public and industry awareness of electrical and gas safety.

We employ over 145 staff including gas and electrical experts, legal and corporate services professionals and customer service staff. Our modern offices in Southbank and Glen Waverly are close to transport, parkland and amenities.

We offer competitive salaries, up to 11% superannuation and our current Enterprise Agreement ensures an annual 3% salary increase. Eligible staff can access novated leasing arrangements and pay for an annual Myki pass via fortnightly salary deductions.

We support the skill development and career progression of our people through regular learning and development and growth opportunities. In addition, our people who qualify for study assistance may be able to access support in the form of study leave or financial assistance.

We offer a comprehensive Health and Wellbeing Program that includes workplace health assessments, skin checks and flu vaccinations along with health education seminars, free fruit and sponsorship for staff participating in fun runs, bike rides and swims, etc.

Professional advice offered through our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) includes confidential career, financial and lifestyle assistance. Our EAP is also available to immediate family members.

Our work culture promotes a healthy work life balance. We take pride in our family friendly policies and flexible working environment for all staff, including 14 weeks paid parental leave, working from home and purchase leave options. We proudly sponsor the Clown Doctors’ work at a weekly burns clinic at the Royal Children’s Hospital.

Visit our campaigns page to see what we have been working on.

Our values

Our RIPA values define what is important to us and how we work:

  • Respect
  • Integrity
  • Partnership
  • Accountability

We value the work we do and understand how it impacts the safety of our neighbours, friends and families and the whole community.

Our values underpin our interaction with everyone we work with.