Those are just a few of the words that describe our employees. To fulfill our mission, we need problem solvers and technical experts—top professionals skilled in engineering, economics, IT, and business. We’re committed to helping grow that talent. That’s where you come in.
Join us in making a real difference for New England’s 14 million residents. Work with us, and you’ll get:
The ISO New England team is as diverse as the public we serve. Our employees’ varied personal and professional backgrounds and perspectives create a dynamic workforce, enhance individual and team performance, and foster organizational excellence.
Along with competitive salaries and a performance incentive plan, ISO New England offers many benefit programs, including:
Our main campus features:
Our main campus is located in historic Holyoke, the “Paper City”—part of the picturesque Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts. The area enjoys a mixture of rural, suburban, and city lifestyles. We have big-city perks without big-city hassles.
A moderate cost of living makes the area well-suited to recent college graduates, as well as seasoned professionals and those with families.
The Pioneer Valley offers excellent public and private schools and is known as the Five-College area. Amherst College, Hampshire College, Mount Holyoke College, Smith College, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst are all within short distances of each other and the ISO, and a number of other institutions of higher learning are located nearby.
The Connecticut River that slices through Holyoke and “Western Mass,” as well as the many smaller rivers and ponds, offer kayaking, fishing, and other water sports. The Mount Holyoke Range and other area peaks offer hiking and beautiful views, especially during the fall foliage season. Interconnected bike trails offer miles and miles of scenic rides. The Atlantic coastline is a day-trip away. And each winter, area mountains come alive with skiing, snowboarding, and other winter fun.
The region is rich in arts and culture and has something to offer everyone. With a thriving artisan community, a world class theater and music scene, and a number of museums dedicated to arts and sciences, the Pioneer Valley has it all.
Whatever your tastes, you’re likely to satisfy them here: bustling weekend farmers’ markets, craft beers, farm-to-table restaurants, laid-back pubs, and fine dining. A number of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) options are also available in the area. ISO employees can even sign up for on-site delivery from a local farm.
You can reach Hartford within the hour, be in Boston in under two hours, and make New York City a day trip by car or train.