Paterson Grade: D1 Business Unit: Finance & Administration Duty Station: Walvis Bay Purpose of the job: To apply a professional financial accounting approach to the financial accounts of Erongo RED and to ensure accurate processing of all financial transaction events as it relates to cash and bank, debtors and creditors. To provide advice on investment opportunities. Management of Erongo RED’s cash flow, banking and investments as well as effective control of the risks associated with these activities. Qualifications Required: A
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RE-ADVERTISEMENT Business Unit: Network Operations & Maintenance Paterson Grade: D3 Duty Station: Walvis Bay Purpose of the job: To provide technical engineering services to the Network Operations and Maintenance Business Unit by functionally performing protection commissioning tests, performing various relevant and appropriate simulations, engaging a variety of commissioning tests on new equipment and to research and advise on new technology available to electricity utilities in the field of Distribution Network, including SCADA, communications, switchgear, transformer cables and accessories, inter alia.
On Thursday, 27 July 2017, the Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Fessor Mbango announced the average tariff increase of 8% for the period July 2017 to June 2018. The increase comes after NamPower was granted an 8% average weighted tariff increase for the same period. “The 8% average increase is the weighted average of different tariff categories applied to different groups of consumers in Erongo Region. This means that the actual impact on consumers will vary between 8% and 13%
On Tuesday 18 June 2017, Erongo RED through its Corporate Social Responsibility Committee handed over 260 chairs and desks to the tune of N$170 000 towards the Da Palm Senior Secondary School in Otjimbingwe. Speaking at the official handing over ceremony Erongo RED’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Fessor Mbango said that the donation should not merely be seen as a gesture of assistance and social responsibility on the part of Erongo RED, but as a much needed support towards
Walvis Bay, Erongo Region, 27 April 2017 – Erongo RED wishes to announce the appointment of Mr. Fessor Mbango as the new CEO. He will assume responsibilities with immediate effect and will succeed Mr. Robert Kahimise who stepped down in January 2017 to join City of Windhoek as CEO. In his new role as the Chief Executive Officer of Erongo RED, Mr Mbango will be responsible for ensuring shareholder value by giving direction, co-ordination of key strategic decisions. Such
NOTICE OF POWER OUTAGE TO ARANDIS TOWN Notice is hereby given that the electricity supply will be interrupted on the following date: Date: 12 July 2017 Day: Wednesday Time: 08:00 - 17:00 The power outage will affect the power supply to the following customers: Arandis Town MTC Telecom Namibia / TN Mobile The reason for the outage is for Erongo RED to commission and install new 22kV to 11kV Container Substation and all grid connections
On 1 July 2017 the annual electricity tariff increase will be implemented. Ease the impact on your wallet and cut back on your usage by seeing WATT you can save. Visit www.erongored.com for more information.
On Friday, 13 January 2017, the Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Erongo RED, Tobias Nambala announced the appointment of the Acting Chief Executive Officer, Fessor Mbango. The appointment came after Robert Kahimise accepted the offer to join City of Windhoek as the Chief Executive Officer. “In his new role as the Acting Chief Executive Officer of Erongo RED, Mr Mbango will be responsible for ensuring shareholder value by giving direction, co-ordination of key strategic decisions. Such direction
On Thursday, 4 September Erongo RED attained another milestone when 51 houses got connected to the grid. A similar event also took place on Friday, 5 September 2014 in Karibib and Usakos and again the communities in these towns witnessed the connection of 32 houses in Karibib and 72 houses in Usakos to the local grid respectively. These ceremonies were graced with the presence of various Chief Executives Officers, Mayors and Local and Regional Councilors. Erongo RED Management and Board
On Friday, 27 June 2014, the Chief Executive Officer of Erongo RED Robert Kahimise announced a 10.2% tariff increase for electricity for the period of 1 July 2014 to 31 July 2015. In his address at the press conference, Kahimise stressed that Namibia, as a country does not trade in isolation, but trades in the global business community. “We should be mindful that any global economic shift will have an impact on our economy as well as our business; for