Alfred & Victoria Associates is one of Nigeria’s leading ICT solution based company. Our company offers a wide range of services which are in high demand in today’s emerging market. AVA has three major arms that have been streamlined to meet our customer’s needs.

  • Job Position: Site Operator – Electrical
  • Job Location: Lagos

Job Responsibilities

  • Must have experience managing subordinates, vendors, projects, and applicable opex.
  • Control the functioning of power-generating equipment to ensure all procedures run smoothly
  • Interpret the readings on meters and gauges to ensure voltage and electricity flows within the specified parameters.
  • Inspect indicators and equipment for evidence of defects or malfunctions.
  • Manage the flow of power by adjusting the controls when necessary.

Job Requirements

  • Academic Qualification: (OND / HND with relevant experience)
  • Background in Electrical Electronics in Engineering is mandatory.
  • Experience: 5 – 8 years post NYSC relevant experience.

Key Skills & Competencies:

  • Project management – planning out the size, scope, and resources necessary to complete a project.
  • Manual dexterity – using hand tools and conducting tests on machinery
  • Problem-solving skills – diagnosing and addressing the causes of malfunctions.
  • Prioritization skills – looking at a big-picture plan and breaking down the order of operations necessary to make the plan happen
  • Communication skills – communicating with fellow engineers, technicians, and project stakeholders.
  • High sense of integrity, self-motivated and must be a good team player

Demand on the Job:

  • Must be resident in Lagos state and familiar with Lagos terrain.
  • Experience in Generating /Heavy-duty equipment.

Very Attractive.

Closing Date
3pm; 21st January 2021.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their tailored CV to apply@alfred-victoria.com with the “Job Title” as the subject of the mail.

Note: Any application received after the above date will be automatically rejected.

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