Electrical l/Electronics Engineer
Job Type Full Time
Experience 8 years
Job Field Engineering / Technical
JOB GRADE S7
REF: PES/EEE/JAN 2020
- The job holder is responsible for design and development of electrical and electronic systems and for overseeing installation, maintenance, and improvement of electrical, electronic and electromechanical equipment and to ensure their serviceability.
- Employment Terms: Permanent and Pensionable
- Reports to: Manager, Airport Development Contracts Key Duties and Responsibilities:
- Prepares improvement and maintenance plans for Electrical, Electronics equipment and facilities to ensure continuous serviceability.
- Oversees maintenance of all electrical and electronic equipment and facilities such as FIDS, Screening Machines ,
- Airfield Lighting, CCTV, Public Address etc. to ensure continuous serviceability
- Prepares designs, tender specifications and bills of quantities for maintenance works and capital projects.
- Attends to airport stakeholders enquiries on electrical services needs in line with the set standards.
- Attends to emergencies by providing technical advice to ensure timely response
- Ensures good maintenance and improvement of KAA Quality Management System (QMS) and Safety Management Systems (SMS)
- Minimum Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills and Experience required
- Bachelor’s degree in Electrical I Electronics Engineering
- Registration with Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) and membership of Institute of Engineers of Kenya ( IEK)
- A Minimum of Eight (8) years relevant work experience with at least three (3) years Managerial/Supervisory experience
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About Kenya Airports Authority
The Kenya Airports Authority is an autonomous body established in 1991 through an Act of Parliament and is charged with an umbrella responsibility of providing and managing a coordinated system of airports in the country. Prior to its formation, the former erstwhile Aerodromes Department under the Ministry of Transport and Communication handled this responsibility. Erstwhile was in charge of then Nairobi’s Old Embakasi Airport which was constructed in the mid-1950 to serve the first generation Boeing 707/DC8 aircraft; Nairobi Embakasi Airport was opened in May 1958, by the last colonial Governor of Kenya, Sir Evelyn Baring, although the airport was due to be opened by Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother was delayed in Australia and could not make the ceremony. Nairobi Embakasi Airport was then closed on March 14, 1978 and paved way to the current Jomo Kenyattta International Airport. Contrary to beliefs, Nairobi Airport was not the 1st airport in Kenya. Wilson Airport, which is one of the regions busiest domestic aerodrome traces its roots back to to the 1st World War. commercial routes were pioneered by Imperial Airways and its successor BOAC in the 1920’s and in July 1929, Wilson Airways Ltd was formed by Mrs. Florrie Wilson to operate from an airfield in Nairobi, at Dagoretti Corner. Later, that year the airfield at Dagoretti Corner was abandoned in favour of the present site of WAP, originally called Nairobi Aerodrome. Out of the Second World War emerged Mombasa and Kisumu airports which were developed mainly for military use. Mombasa had two runways, a short one supported by a along one which stretched 1.5 km, capable of serving DC and similar aircrafts, while Kisumu was set up strategically to support amphibian type of aircraft landing in the neighbouring Lake Victoria. the airports have since been upgraded to international status. In its brief period of existence, Kenya Airports Authority has undergone tremendous structural changes intended to make the organization a result-driven and customer focused establishment. Currently, the Authority is undertaking major projects to improve existing aerodromes in the country as well as build new ones to cater for growth in key sectors of the economy such as tourism, horticulture, and trade.