The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) is an independent regulatory agency which was inuagurated on 31st October 2005 as provided in the Electric Power Sector Reform Act 2005.
The Commission is mandated to carry out:
The monitoring and regulation of the electricity industry
Issuance of licences to market participants, and
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Review and analysis of NESI Operators’ monthly reports on significant incidents/accidents in the power stations
Collating and analysing incident notification reports submitted by the Gencos
Monitoring of the Gencos’ compliance with the provisions of the Nigerian Electricity Health and Safety Code
Review and analysis of accident investigation reports submitted by the Gencos
Conduct site inspections and sting operations to identify and escalate impending hazards at the power stations
Conduct accident investigations
Experienced and Knowledgeable about emerging Health and Safety standards and practices developed by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and other Health and Safety International standard development organizations
Knowledge and ability to identify and analyse accident causative factors
Analyse Health and Safety audit reports submitted by the Gencos
Preparation of quarterly NESI Health and Safety performance report
Provide routine and ad-hoc reports and analysis
Develop presentations and reports
Carry out any other task assigned by the AGM, HSE.
Minimum Qualifications / Skills
First Degree & Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering (Bias in Energy option).
Minimum years of experience: 9 years
Team player, Works well under Pressure, Self-Starter
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Project.
Method of Application
To start the application, create an account on the register page.
Check your email for the verification link, click on it to verify your account.
Complete the application step by step, the platform allows you to Save and continue later, so you can complete the application at your own pace.
Applicants should please note that this is a completely online application process, and no paper application and CVs should be sent to the Commission.
Applicants are required to submit only ONE (1) application and multiple applications shall result in a disqualification of the applicant.
Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted for the next process of the recruitment exercise.
All successful candidates will be contacted via email or phone number.