7 January 2022

The position will be based at the Energy Fiji Limited’s Labasa Office and will report to the Manager Regulatory.

Key Function:

To ensure House Wiring Projects for Rural Electrification/ Grid Extension Projects in the Northern Region of Fiji are carried out in an efficient and timely manner, in line with relevant standards and associated Regulations.

Key Responsibility

  • Liaising with Department of Energy (Ministry of Infrastructure) to ensure proper documentation is provided from customers for permit applications as per EFL requirements
  • Assist in preparation of tender documents, and tender evaluation for house wiring projects
  • Work with relevant Electrical Contractors to ensure all house wiring projects are carried out as per standard and in a timely manner
  • Regular Periodic inspection of house wiring projects for specific Rural Electrification schemes to ensure all requirements are met as per AS/NZS 3000:2018 wiring rules
  • Prepare weekly and monthly progress reports and updates on house wiring projects
  • Liaise with Customer Care, Network Design & Planning Teams on permit approvals & processing for relevant customers
  • Co-ordinate progress Inspection with Installation Inspectors to ensure standards compliance while house wiring is carried out by contractors
  • Co-ordinate payment schedule for relevant electrical contractors in line with completion of work
  • Carry out Customer awareness on electrical safety and other important matters as the need arises.
  • Assist customers in filling out forms in relation to the application for permit when the need arises.
  • Any other duties that may be requested by Management of the Customer Services SBA

Key Requirements:

  • Trade Diploma in Electrical Engineering from a recognized university
  • Valid wireman’s license with more than 10 years of experience- preferably in wiring of domestic / commercial installations
  • Sound knowledge of AS/NZS 3000:2018 Wiring Rules, and its practical application
  • Sound knowledge of Electricity Act 2017 and Electricity Regulations 2019
  • Familiar with EFL Inspection & Connection Process, Procedures and Guidelines and practices
  • A valid group 2 driving license
  • Skilled with MS Office Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
  • Administrative & frontline office skills/qualification, though not a requirement, would be an added advantage

All applications must reach EFL no later than 4:00pm Monday 17th January, 2022.

All applications will not be acknowledged and only shortlisted applicants will be contacted regarding an interview. If you have not been contacted by the Energy Fiji Limited, then your application has not been successful and we thank you for your interest in applying.




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