Overview

Workshop Electrician

Davis & Shirtliff, the leading provider of water and energy related equipment in the region has a vacancy for a Workshop Electrician based in Lusaka, Zambia.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Troubleshooting and repair of controllers & electrical equipment.
  • Assembly of control panels that includes, single phase and three phase (DOL), Soft starter and Star-delta.
  • Assembly of Solar PV disconnect switch and PV combiner box.
  • Programming of PLC controllers.
  • Testing of single and three phase pumps both booster and submersible.
  • Testing of Solar equipment.
  • Troubleshooting and repair of inverter, PLC controllers, Solar controllers, and other electronics equipment to component level.
  • Provide accurate and detailed quality test reports.
  • Knowledge in AutoCad both drawing and interpretation.
  • Proper management of workshop equipment and tools to ensure smooth workshop operations.
  • General Electrical maintenance.
    The Electron, Instrumentation and Automation Engineer (EIA) Must Have:
  • Diploma in engineering (Electrical, Electronic, Instrument/Control)
    EIZ Membership
  • 3 Years of Experience in a similar role
  • Practical experience in control panel assembles.
  • Practical experience in troubleshooting and repair of electronic device.
  • Knowledge in programming of PLC controller and BMS systems will be an added advantage.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Interested applicants meeting these requirement should apply by Friday, 23rd July 2021.

MODE OF APPLICATION

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About Davis & Shirtliff Group

The Davis & Shirtliff Group is the leading supplier of water related equipment in the East African region. Founded in 1946, business activities are focused on six principal product sectors - Water Pumps, Boreholes, Swimming Pools, Water Treatment, Generators and Solar Equipment. The group is Kenyan based and operates through a network of Kenyan branches as well as regional subsidiaries in Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Rwanda, South Sudan and a partnership in Ethiopia.