## About ENTSO-E

ENTSO-E is the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity. ENTSO-E coordinates the cross-border system operations, system development and electricity market activities of the 43 electricity transmission system operators (TSOs) which cover 36 countries. ENTSO-E is assigned important tasks in EU legislation, including the development of Europe-wide electricity network development plans, and of more than 10 network codes which themselves become binding European laws.

The ENTSO-E Secretariat in Brussels is the focal point for technical, market and policy questions for all European TSOs in their cooperation with each other, in their joint fulfilment of their legal mandates, and in the intensive interactions with European Commission, regulatory agencies, associations representing network users and other stakeholders. The role of the TSOs and their cooperation in ENTSO-E is crucial to ensuring security of supply; completing the largest and most competitive electricity market in the world; and successfully integrating large volumes of renewable energy into the system.

ENTSO-E applies a project-aligned method of working. This covers the business case, well-defined scope and deliverables, clear roles for decision making and controlling responsibilities and plans for resources, quality and risk management.

The scope and diversity of ENTSO-E’s work has grown rapidly and is expected to grow further with implementation of network codes and the current challenging energy policy discussions.

General position description

The successful candidate will work at ENTSO-E’s Brussels-based Secretariat. He/she will join the Adequacy Team, within the System Development section. She/he will also interact and cooperate with staff from ENTSO-E, as well as with member TSOs and other stakeholders, to consolidate ENTSO-E’s market modelling and adequacy activities. The Adequacy Team oversees preparation of adequacy assessments, covering time frames from several months ahead (Seasonal Outlooks) to several years ahead (Mid-term Adequacy Forecast) The position is expected to contribute mainly to Mid-term Adequacy Forecast (MAF), a yearly pan-European power system resource adequacy assessment.

Specific responsibilities and tasks

Specific responsibilities may change over time. The following support functions are initially foreseen and can evolves in the future:

  • Manage interactions between ENTSO-E teams regarding data collections, data checks and central data handling and overall preparation and maintenance of the data sets. Contribute to innovations for further improving granularity and robustness of the datasets;

  • Apply a state-of-the-art Pan-European probabilistic market modelling and contribute to its improvements;

  • Analyse and interpret the results obtained and disseminate them in clear and concise presentations and reports. Ensure appropriate quality of products and harmonization of messages with ENTSO-E strategy;

  • Support ENTSO-E by ensuring timely delivery and quality of work products and policies, as well as follow-through and implementation involving members and external resources;

  • Interact with various European Stakeholders, e.g. ACER and the European Commission;

  • Business trips may be required.


  • University degree, preferably in electrical engineering, economics, mathematics, informatics or operations research;

  • Good knowledge of simulation and/or optimization software, ideally applied to electricity market modelling (for instance with tools like Plexos, Antares, Grare, BID, GAMS, PowrSym, or similar). General knowledge in network modelling would be a plus;

  • Experience in working with complex datasets, for instance with the help of MS Excel, Python, Matlab, R, or similar;

  • Project Management skills and good knowledge of the energy sector;

  • Interest in coordination and facilitating consensus. Fluent in English, including writing and presentation skills;

  • Motivation to work in a multi-cultural environment and to contribute to the European Energy Union.

What the position offers

The selected candidate will join a professional and dynamic international team. She/he will enhance and apply her/his knowledge to contribute to the development of the European Energy Union and especially the implementation of the Clean Energy for All European Package. Moreover, the successful candidate will have a chance to substantially enhance its language and communication skills within a truly multi-cultural and multi-stakeholder environment, thus opening attractive career paths for further professional development. The position offers a full-time contract, with work located at ENTSO-E in Brussels. Long term secondments from TSO’s are favoured.