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About Company: 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.
Phone: +255 22 292 3513-8
i) Possession of Bsc. In (Environmental Engineering, Civil and Water Resources Management Engineering, Municipal and Industrial services Engineering) from a recognized University. Ii) Possession of Master Degree in Engineering (Water Resources Management, Municipal Water and Infrastructure), Business Administration or any other related field iii) Must be registered with Engineers Registration Board (ERB) as a Professional Engineer. iv) Possession of Knowledge and Competence in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) application v) Possession of at least eight (8) years working experience in relevant field out of which three (3) should be in senior management position. vi) Knowledge and familiarity in regulated sector will be an added advantage.
i) To oversee effective and efficient application of the Authority's mandate in respect of the Water Sector as per the EWURA Act and the Water Supply and Sanitation Act and good industry practices. ii) To ensure optimal provision of economic, technical, safety and environmental inputs to regulating and controlling the distribution and sale of water and sanitation services iii) To ensure the process of reviewing, issuing, renewing and revoking licenses for water and sewerage services is carried out In accordance with the EWURA Act, Water Supply and Sanitation Act and accepted standards iv) To establish standards relating to equipment attached to the water and sanitation services vi) To monitor the performance of the water utilities in relation to levels of investment. availability, water and waste water quality, efficiency in production and distribution, quantity and standard of services. vii) To promote of least-cost investment and security of supply for the benefit of consumers. viii) To promote the development of water supply and sanitation services in accordance with recognized international standard practices and public demand. ix) To Initiate and conduct investigations in relation to the quality of water and standards of services given to consumers x) To conduct studies necessary for administrative or management purposes xi) To advise stakeholders, including the Government. on the technical area. xii) To maintain good working relationships with other divisions, divisions and units as well as external stakeholders xiii) To effectively administer all resources allocated to the Division, including offering technical and operational support to staff members in the Division xiv) To undertake any other duties as assigned by the Director General .
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