(i) University Bachelor Degree or Advanced Diploma majoring In Gvil, Mechanical, Environmental, Sanitary or Water Resources Engineering from a
recognized higher learning Institution.
(ii) The candidate must be registered by Engineers Registration Board ofTanzania (ERB) as a Professional Engineer in the above mentioned fields.
(Iii) Not less than four (4) years work experience in a relevant field.
(iv) Good Interpersonal, communication skills, computer skills and knowledge In application of engineering software;
(v) Age between 30 and 45 years
I. To assess water and sanitation customers' needs and prepare conceptual designs, studies, including extension of water and sewerage supply
systems layout requirements and capital and operation cost projections.
ii. To design treatment facilities, pumping stations, reservoirs, distribution and collection systems and confirms designs using modelling
iii. To prepare engineering reports, drawings and specifications for water and waste water projects.
iv. To assist in preparation of financial proposals.
v. To participate in public presentations to make the public aware of the work and possible impacts during construction.
vi. To Inspect water supply and waste water Infrastructure and prepare summary report of findings including cost estimates for repair.
vii. To prepare and update operator and maintenance manual.
viii. To participate in facility starts-ups, operator training, process and equipment troubleshoots.
ix. To prepare monthly progressive reports.
x. To prepare designs, drawings, cost estimates and bills of quantities.
xi. To carry 01.1t cross-checks and vetting of technical and financial proposals.
xii. To supervise the design review and construction supervision and insures that designs are In line with National and International Standards.
xiii. To review designs, reports and examines the reviews consultants recommendations and advises the Technical Manager accordingly.
xiv. To review and approve contracts documents for the supply of goods, works and services.
xv. To conduct periodic work site inspections to determine adherence to project objectives, works standards and safety practices.
xvi. To perform other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.
IRUWASA stands for Iringa Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Authority. IRUWASA was declared to be an autonomous water utility in 1998 and is charged with the responsibility of providing water and sanitation services to Iringa Municipality. IRUWASA is in Category “A” as from May, 2007, this means it covers all its operational costs and sets aside 15% of its normal budget for investment purposes.