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12 vacancies
      • ICT Trainee

      • Job Details Ability to describe problems with systems. Read, analyse and interpret procedures and instructions. Adhere to corporate policies and procedures regarding security and confidentiality
        • 06 September, 2019
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      • Assistant Manager (Human Resources Operations)

      • Location: EEDC Business Districts The Job Assistant Manager (HR Operations) with responsibilities which include reviewing budgets, implementing new company policies, maintaining internal HR syste
        • 10 June, 2019
      • Performance Management Manager

      • Location: EEDC Business Districts The Job Tc implement a Corporate Performance Management framework and culture that drives continuous performance improvement within EEDC. To ensure effective re
        • 10 June, 2019
      • Cashier

      • Location: EEDC Business Districts Qualifications B.Sc/HND in Accounting, Banking/Finance and Economics Candidates must be within the age range of 22 and 40
        • 30 May, 2019
      • Facilities Manager

      • Location: South Eastern Nigeria The Job Office administration, project management in liaison with Quantity Surveyor, and Civil Engineer; Real Estate appraisal/valuation, property management inclu
        • 07 March, 2019
      • Feeder Manager (Comparable to Service Centre Manager)

      • Location: South Eastern Nigeria The Job To ensure the supply of uninterrupted and quality power to consumers in his/her feeder, and to work towards maximization of revenue generation through effe
        • 07 March, 2019
      • Graduate Trainees

      • Job Details We invite applications from graduate of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, as well as other Engineering and Physical Science disciplines. Graduates from Management and Social Scie
        • 08 February, 2016
      • Manager, Billing - Revenue Cycle Services

      • Reporting To: Senior ManagerDepartment: Revenue Cycle ServicesLocation: Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo StatesDuties and Responsibilities     Coordination of all billing activit
        • 16 July, 2014
      • Senior Manager - Human Resources

      • Reporting To: Principal ManagerDepartment: Human ResourcesLocations: Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu & Imo StatesDuties and Responsibilities     Implement recruitment selection and
        • 16 July, 2014
      • Senior Manager - Revenue Cycle Services

      • Reporting To: Principal ManagerDepartment: Revenue Cycle ServicesLocations: Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu and lmo StatesDuties and Responsibilities     Ensure efficient and coordinate
        • 16 July, 2014
      • Senior Manager - Finance & Accounts

      • Reporting To: Principal ManagerDepartment: Finanace and AccountsLocations: Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo StatesDuties and Responsibilities     Manage daily accounting and book
        • 16 July, 2014

About Enugu Electricity Distribution Plc (EEDC)

Electric Power development in Nigeria started toward the end of 19th century when the first generating plant of 30KW was installed in the city of Lagos in 1898. From this date onwards and until 1950, the pattern of electricity development was inform of individual electricity under-taking set up in various towns somewhere by Native or Municipal authorities. In 1946, the Nigerian Government Electricity undertaking was established within the then Public Works Development (PWD) to take over the responsibilities for electricity in Lagos State. In 1950 the Government passed the Electricity Corporation of Nigeria Ordinance No.1 of 1950 to integrate power development and make it effective. This ordinance brought all the electricity undertakings and the electricity sections of PWD under control. The Electricity Corporation of Nigeria (ECN) then became the statutory body responsible for Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Sales of Electricity to all consumers in Nigeria. In 1962, the Niger Dams Authority was established by an Act of the Parliament. The Authority was responsible for the construction and maintenance of Dams and other works on the river Niger and elsewhere, generating electricity by means of water, improving navigation and promoting fisheries and irrigation. The Electricity Corporation of Nigeria (ECN) and the Niger Dams Authority (NDA) were merged to become National Electric Power Authority (NEPA) by decree No.24 of 1972. The Authority was to develop and maintain an efficient, co-ordinate an economic system of electricity supply for all parts of the Federation. The Authority generates electricity through two major sources: Hydro and Thermal. The Hydro Power stations are Kainji Hydro Power station with capacity of 760MW, Jebba Hydro Power station with 578.4MW capacity, Shiroro Hydro Power Station 600MW. The Thermal Power stations are: Afam Thermal Power station with 696MW, Lagos thermal power station, Delta IV thermal Power station with 600MW and Sapele Thermal Power station 1020MW. However, the need to reform the Electricity industry necessitated the transformation of NEPA into Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) in 2004. The Electricity Reform Act of 2005, unbundled PHCN into 11 Distribution companies, 1 Transmission Company and 6 Generation companies. This Reform Act gave birth to Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC).
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