We are looking for SENIOR ENGINEER-ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION-1 POST
I) Possession of Bachelor Degree In Electrical Engineering from a recognised University.
ii) Must be registered with Engineers Registration Board (ERB) as a Professional Engineer.
iii) Knowledge and Competence in lnfonnation and Communications Technology (ICT) application
iv) Good communication skills
v) Possession of at least five (5) years working experience in Electricity Industry
I) To provide support in ensuring optimal prov1s1on of economic, technical, safety and
ehvironmental inputs to regulating and controlling the transmission of electricity.
II) To assist In monitoring activities of power transmission, including transmission companies,
system operators, market operators, and cross border trading.
ill) To assist in monitoring electricity trading arrangements between the utilities and suppliers
(including IPPsl and cross border according to the best industry practices.
Iv) To assist In reviewing and approving of Transmission Wheeling Agreements.
v) To assist In monitoring compliance of the parties to the Transmission Wheeling Agreements and
advise the Principal Engineer - Electricity Transmission on the status of operation.
vi) To assist in monitoring transmission licensees' performance and compliance in accordance with
vii) To assist collecting and analysing relevant data that may assist in modelling of energy supply and
demand patterns, including but not limited to local and interconnected generation, distribution,
sales, number of customers, various charges, e.t.c.
viii) To assist analysing the Grid system components using power system analysis packages and
report any potential problems that need attention.
Ix) To assist in monitoring compliance of the Grid Code and Market Rules.
x) To assist In reviewing of application for transmission licences and to carry out assessments, and
other activities necessary for licence applications.
xi) To assist in reviewing, issuing, renewing and revoking licences for electricity in accordance with
the Act and accepted standards.
xii) To participate in dispute resolutions of various customers' complaints.
xiii) To participate in pre licensing inspection of electrical facilities undertaken by the Directorate.
xiv) To assist In coordinating and preparation of the Annual Directorate report and Annual Sector
xv) To effectively supervise and guide staff member(s) reporting to the job position.
xvi) To undertake any other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) is an autonomous multi-sectoral regulatory authority established by the EWURA Act Cap 414 of the laws of Tanzania. It is responsible for technical and economic regulation of the electricity, petroleum, natural gas and water sectors in Tanzania pursuant to Cap 414 and sector legislation.