A utility engineer is a civil engineer who works for a utility company, such as a water, gas, or electric company. Their job duties are to design, implement, and maintain utility infrastructures, such as water or gas mains, electrical grids, and other types of delivery systems. Qualifications for a utility engineer include a bachelor’s or master’s degree in civil engineering or a related field of engineering and experience. Professional certification is available. Problem-solving and leadership skills are important in this career.
Service, maintain, and repair production plant and equipment.
Repair of plant and equipment to ensure minimum downtime to production.
Fault finding and diagnose problems with the production line plant.
Work with expatriate Engineers to install new plants and ensure replacement of plant and equipment.
Record maintenance activities carried out plant and equipment.
Calibration of plant and equipment within ISO 9001 standards.
Ensure all maintenance operations are carried out in accordance with safety and quality procedures, risk assessment, and safe systems of work.