Posted on :
28 Jun, 2017
28 Jun, 2017
At Utility Management Services, Inc. (UMS) we strive to lower your utility expenses, making your business or organization more financially sound for years to come.
It is our mission to protect our customers from growing utility expenses. We are constantly educating them on rapidly-changing energy trends and fiscal energy opportunities that can have a significant impact on their organizations.
Our experts perform in-depth studies, analyses and audits to uncover savings opportunities and reclaim any money due as the result of utility provider errors or overcharges.
At the same time, we analyze your utility usage and demand readings to determine your most cost-effective rate structure.
Job Title: : Water Systems Manager
REPORTS TO: GROUP MANAGER
Coordinates, supervises and monitors daily activities of all staff and ensures that all operating data are properly recorded and documented.
Ensures that the system is operating properly and water flowing at all times in compliance with national prescribed guidelines and standards.
Submits monthly operating statistics and general correspondence to the system management teams and Regional Group Manager.
Advises the system management teams on all technical and financial matters and also assists them to prepare periodic reports to the Regional Group Manager on community (ies) and district assembly.
Ensures that official records are properly completed and filed for easy retrieval.
Completes applications for private connections and forwards same to system management teams and Regional Group Manager.
Arranges for periodic repairs and maintenance of all aspects of the water system.
Prepares schedules for water quality testing and submits same to Regional Group Manager.
Applicant must have
A Degree from a recognized University, preferably in Civil, Mechanical, Geological Engineering or Management or Administration with minimum of two (2) years relevant postBachelor’s work experience, including National Service.
Alternatively, a minimum of Higher National Diploma in Civil or Mechanical Engineering with not less than four (4) years’ postqualification industrial experience.
Good understanding of ‘WASH’ management and challenges.
Demonstrable proficiency in the use of computers with the ability to present reports in at least ‘Word’ and ‘Excel’.
Satisfactory performance at a selection interview.