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UTILITY Week 20th February 2015

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Top uTiliTy jobs Senior Asset Manager - Competitive package Wales & West Utilities (WWU) is the regulated gas transporter for Wales and the South West of England. It is one of Wales' largest companies with annual revenue in 2013 of £380 million and deploying over 2000 people across our large operating region. We are looking to appoint a new Senior Manager working in the Asset Management Function at the company HQ in Newport, reporting to the Director of A sset Management & Safety. This role will be responsible for ensuring that WWU's mains and services asset population are managed appropriately and effectively. The successful candidate will be at least qualified to degree or Incorporated Engineer level with excellent leadership and management skills and will need knowledge of Asset Management principles. Experience of working in an operational environment would be an advantage. Responsibilities will include: to manage WWU's policies and procedure in relations to WWU's mains and services, third party exit connections and biomethane entry connections and, working closely with operational colleagues and contractors, achieve delivery of WWU's regulatory financial and output RIIO targets To apply please send your CV and covering letter to: Bethan Hutchings, HR Business Partner, Wales & West House, Spooner Close, Coedkernew, Newport, NP10 8FZ. www.wwutilities.co.uk Engineering Programme Manager Energy Networks Association (ENA) is looking for an Engineering Programme Manager, preferably with experience in the UK electricity transmission and distribution networks. The successful candidate will be a professional and enthusiastic Electrical Engineer with a proven project management and procurement background with contract management experience an advantage. Key responsibilities will be to ensure ENA projects are managed and delivered successfully, including procurement and contract management of service providers. Experience of working in, or with, the electricity industry or other utility in an engineering or project management role would be advantageous. A sound working knowledge of procurement processes, legal agreements and experience of contract management of third party suppliers through service implementation and operation is desirable. Candidates must have good communication skills, initiative and self motivation along with proven skills and demonstrable experience in building positive and productive relationships with colleagues, customers, commercial partners and stakeholders. In return you will receive a competitive salary and access to a range of other employee benefits. Applicants should send a C.V. and covering letter indicating their suitability for the post to: recruitment@energynetworks.org by 20 February.

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