DBSA Engineer Vacancies – BSc/ MSc Candidates Can Apply Before 15 March 2024

DBSA Engineer Vacancies

DBSA Engineer Vacancies – BSc/ MSc Candidates Can Apply Before 15 March 2024

DBSA Engineer Vacancies 2024 :- Dear prospective applicant, the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) invites individuals with a minimum qualification of BSc/ MSc to apply for Engineer Vacancies within the organization. This exciting opportunity offers a chance to contribute in the Development Bank of Southern Africa while utilizing your educational background and skills. As a BSc/ MSc qualified candidate, you are encouraged to apply and be part of a dynamic team dedicated to serving the Development Bank of Southern Africa. Your educational attainment at the BSc/ MSc level positions you as a valuable candidate for these vacancies, and we look forward to considering your application.

Name of Recruitment DBSA Vacancies
Name of Post Senior Engineer
Salary Not Disclosed
Job Location Centurion, Gauteng
Job Qualification BSc/ MSc
Closing Date 15 March 2024

DBSA Engineer Vacancies 2024 Full Job Description

Key Responsibilities:-
These include but are not limited to:

1. Implement action plans to enhance generation and utility planning.

Assist Eskom and municipalities in incorporating generation grid connection in utility planning.

Implement remedial action to ensure that grid connection dependencies of the IPP programmes are addressed and mitigated in generation and grid planning.

2. Provide grid connection analysis services

Perform IPP grid connection analysis to assess capacity constraints.

Work with Eskom and the municipalities on the analysis of grid capacity for IPP connection.

Provide a service for the independent assessment of grid constraints and IPP grid connection studies.

Utilise and maintain software tools and systems as required for grid connection studies.

Review and influence Eskom and municipal grid connection charges to ensure reasonable cost recovery and equitable treatment of grid costs for IPP programmes.

Implement action plans identified to mitigate resource constraints that impacts on the ability to grid connect IPPs.

Work with Eskom and municipalities to standardise timelines and costs for standard work packages associated with IPP grid connection.

Implement industry best practice in the technical assessment and design of grid connection, imbedded on a national level through standardisation bodies.

Ensure that tools and systems are developed to facilitate the grid connection of IPPs and maximise the productivity of the limited Eskom and Municipal resources

3. Ensure enhanced and equitable grid codes.

Review and influence the Grid Code to ensure equitable access for all generators to the grid.

Review and influence the Grid Code to ensure fair and transparent criteria for all generation technologies associated with the IPP programmes.

Review and influence the Grid Code to ensure alignment with international best practice.

Review and influence the Grid Code to ensure that the compliance requirements and processes are equitable and transparent to IPPs.

4. Provide technical advice and support

Provide a technical service to support the IPP programmes e.g. review of grid connection studies, technical evaluation criteria

Implement and monitor specific projects required for efficiency improvements, risk mitigation, cost reduction, information dissemination, skills development and integration

Provide input as required for the creation and maintenance of master plans including but not limited to; grid, gas and liquid fuels.

5. Effective self management and team work

Apply knowledge and organisation systems, structures, policies and procedures to achieve results.

Demonstrate initiative in follow through to ensure that personal quality and productivity standards are consistently and accurately maintained.

Provide appropriate resolution for tasks or deadlines not met.

Support and drive the business core values.

Act in a customer centric manner.

Maintain a positive attitude and respond openly to feedback.

6. Effective stakeholder engagement

Develop and maintain long term relationships with internal and external stakeholders

Ensure that both internal and external customers’ expectations are met

Manage stakeholder expectations with regard to implementation expectations.

Ensure stakeholder satisfaction.

Expertise & Technical Competencies
The successful incumbent should have:

BScEng Electrical or Equivalent with at least 5 years’ Experience. However MScEng Electrical or Equivalent will be advantageous.

A professional registrain with ECSA PrEng or Equivalent.

A working history that displays:

Knowledge of the South African power landscape and energy/electricity regulations and policies

Knowledge and understanding of financial business case management

Knowledge and understanding of Project Management disciplines & methodologies

Knowledge and understanding of the Eskom, other public sector bodies and relevant power sector stakeholders

Knowledge of engineering practises and principles

Knowledge of various legislations related to the IPP Office

As well as a working history displaying exhibition of:

Presentation skills
Facilitation skills
Negotiation skills
Interpersonal skills
Networking skills
Analytical skills
Strong verbal and written skills
Problem Solving skills
Decision making skills

Required Personal Attributes
Analysis and Judgement
Numerical Reasoning
Assertiveness
Excellence Orientation
Investigative Orientation
Customer Responsiveness
Business Acumen
Planning and Prioritising

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