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Posted: 08 Nov 2016 11:50
Deadline: 21 Nov 2016
Category: Engineering & Architecture
Location: Africa , Tanzania , Arusha
About Company: The Arusha Urban Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (AUWSA), is a legally established entity responsible for the overall operation and management of water supply and sewerage services in Arusha City. AUWSA was established under the Water Works Act CAP 272 amendment (Act No. 8 of 1997), now repealed by Water Supply and Sanitation Act No. 12 of 2009. It was declared a fully autonomous entity by order of the Minister responsible for Water Affairs in January 1998.
Phone: (255) 027 - 2504163/
Holder of a Certificate of Secondary Education /Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education from National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA). Holder of Bachelor Degree in Civil, Environmental, Sanitary or Water Resources Engineering from a recognized institution. Holder of Master's Degree in Civil, Environmental, Sanitary or Water Resources Engineering from a recognized institution. Must be registered by the Engineers Registration Board as a Professional Engineer · Should have at least four ( 4) years of relevant work experience.
I. To prepare sewerage network schedules II. To collect customers sewerage data and information. Iii. To conduct training programmes for sewerage staff on the use of safety equipment such as, gas detector, safety belts, and oxygen masks, jetting machines,' municipal winches, power rodders and ventilating machines. iv. To train sewerage staff on how to use some sensitive equipment such as closed circuit television which Is \JSed inside the sewer lines to analyses the extent of damage pipes before declaring them to be removed. v. To prepare and update a list of all customers who are provided with sewer services vi. To monitor sewerage connections and recommend rectification measures. vii. To monitor and analyse water in order to determine amount of waste water being discharged to the sewerage network. viii. To compile sewerage operations and maintenance reports. ix. To perform
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