Kahramaa, DEWA experience preferred.
Qualification Requirements :
3 years Engineering Diploma / 4 years bachelor of Engineering
New engineering diploma holder can be considered
To assist the inspector of the water loss and leak detection section in carrying water balance and leak detection in the district metered areas (DMAs) in the entire network and assist in attending to complaints of leaks as and when required by the engineer.
Major Duties and Responsibilities :
Assist the inspector in water balance and leak detection in the selected DMA.
Program, install, deploy and retrieve, download, display noise logger results.
Properly plan the route for meter reading and noise logger deployment campaign to reach the destination and complete the task within the shortest possible time.
Physically carry and transport the leak detection equipment for site use and deployment, ensure their security and clean and maintain them in serviceable conditions after completing field work.
Performs any other duties relating to water balance and leak detection work as instructed by the inspector or supervisor.
Carry out all activities of water balance, leak detection and attending to complaints in accordance to the procedures and flow chart as set out by the engineer and to complete them satisfactorily within the required period.
Raise and follow up work orders raised through JD Edwards ERP system.
Assist the inspector to prepare excel sheet and drawings for the proper readings of the customer’s meters in each DMA for water balance purpose.
Possess skills in quick reading of all types of meters and use of all the available leak detection equipment in the WLS section such as noise loggers, correlating loggers, ground microphone, flow and pressure data loggers, electronic listening sticks and etc.
Assist the inspector in preparing a water balance for each DMA on an excel sheet and in submitting report and findings to the supervisor.
Download the data recorded by the noise loggers and submit to the inspector for analysis of possible leaks.
Assist the inspector in finding suspected leaks and pinpointing them.
Report on all invisible and visible leaks found.
Report on all faulty meters, unmetered customers and illegal connections.
Performs other duties relating to water balance and leak detection work as directed by the engineer, supervisor and inspector.
90% Site work, 10% office work.
Compiles notes, submit reports, sketches, and records of meters read, noise loggers installed, connections checked, visible and invisible leaks found and repaired, and all other work performed.
Use of noise logger units, correlating loggers, ground microphone, flow and pressure data loggers, electronic listening sticks.
Assist the inspector to submit the report on key performance indicators in terms of the number of meters read, number of logger deployed and retrieved, and number of visible and invisible leaks found and repaired per month, and volume of water saved.
English kills- writen and spoken
Good hearing without hearing aids, no hearing defects.
Read engineering drawings, technical manuals, flow charts.
Good IT knowledge in use of mobile adn engineering devices, downloading data from measuring instruments, manipulating pictures, jpeg and pdf files.
Performs other duties inclusive of downloading of information from the field devices such as smartphones, digital photographs, GIS information, noise loggers records, data loggers record of pressure and flow, customers’ consumption stored in handheld computers, leak information stored in field computers, and any other data relating to water balance and leak detection work as directed by the engineer and supervisor.
Hence he is expected to perform such duties whether in the office or at the accommodation during office hours.