Paddy Hayes, Managing Director, ESB Networks
Paddy Hayes was appointed Managing Director, ESB Networks in May 2018. Prior to this he held the position of Executive Director, Generation and Wholesale Markets. Previously, he held various senior management positions in ESB including Head of Independent Generation and Manager Energy portfolio. Prior to joining ESB in 1999, Paddy worked in a number of roles with British Steel. He is a Chartered Engineer and holds a masters degree in Engineering from University College Dublin and an MBA from university of Warwick.
Paul Mulvaney, Executive Director, Customer Delivery, ESB Networks
Paul Mulvaney was appointed Executive Director, Customer Delivery, ESB Networks in May 2018. Prior to this he held the position of Executive Director, Innovation. Paul joined ESB in 1985 and has held a number of senior management positions in Power Generation and was Programme Manager, Corporate Centre. He was appointed Managing Director of ecars in 2009 and head of Distribution and Customer Services, ESB Networks Ltd in 2012. Paul holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering and completed the Advanced Management Programme at the IESE Business School in the University of Navarra.
Anne-Marie Kean, Head of Finance, Networks
The Head of Networks Finance is responsible for the overall financial and commercial management of ESB Networks which has a Regulated Asset Base of circa €8bn. She is also responsible for corporate governance and regulatory compliance as well as the legal function within ESB Networks.
Manager, Human Resources
The Manager of Human Resources and Support is responsible for the full spectrum of strategic and operational HR activities, including resource planning, employee relations, organisational design, recruitment, performance management and people development.
Manager, Asset Management
The Manager of Asset Management is responsible for ensuring successful and efficient programme delivery within the regulatory framework and in line with the price review agreed with the Commission for Energy Regulation. He is also responsible for ensuring operational excellence in the management of the network and ensuring engineering excellence in the management of assets.
Manager, Safety & Organisational Transformation
With over 2,000 staff and contractors carrying out work on the electricity system every day, and responding to faults 24 hours per day, 365 days per year, ensuring the safety of all ESB Networks staff and contractors , as well as co-ordinating Public Safety Activities is the key role of the Manager of Safety and Organisational Transformation.
Manager, HV Delivery & Contracting
The Manager of HV Delivery and Contracting is charged with delivering major capital and maintenance projects on High Voltage network assets, including the Transmission system, in terms of cost, quality and time and within the overall agreed regulatory framework. The role also includes the management of internal and contractor resources, and continuous performance reviews to ensure the effective delivery of major projects as part of business strategy.
Manager, Distribution & Customer Service
The role of the Manager of Customer Services is to ensure that ESB Networks provides a quality service to its 2.3M customers in a safe and effective manner and within regulated cost and service performance targets. In addition the Head of Customer Services also manages external stakeholders and continuous improvement of customer relations on behalf of ESB Networks.
Paul Hickey, Systems & Sustainability
The Head of Systems and Sustainability is responsible for ESB Telecoms Services businesses, and the area of ESB Networks R&D in Smart Metering, Smart Networks, innovation and implementation/design of new IT systems. The role also includes the management of the metering activity for ESB Networks, including all market interactions.
Manager, Strategy Performance Improvement & Support
The Manager of Strategy, Performance Improvement & Support is responsible for High-level strategy development for ESB Networks, overall Performance Improvement in the business, Supply Chain Management, Managing the Fleet & Equipment business with over 1,500 vehicles and the ESB Networks Training Centre, which trains school leavers as Network Technicians and also provides a wide range of specialist technical training for more experienced staff and contractors.