Assistant Engineers in this department handle the design, operation, and maintenance of high-voltage transmission systems, ensuring efficient power flow.
AE vacancies in this department involve managing communication systems, including SCADA, fiber optics, teleprotection, and network infrastructure.
Assistant Engineers in the Civil department oversee the planning, construction, and maintenance of structures such as substations, towers, and transmission line foundations.
Each department requires specific technical skills related to power systems, telecommunication protocols, or civil engineering principles, respectively.
AE roles involve project planning, resource allocation, monitoring progress, and ensuring timely completion of transmission, telecommunication, or civil projects.
Assistant Engineers prioritize safety measures, adhering to industry standards, regulations, and guidelines while carrying out duties in their respective departments.
AEs collaborate with multidisciplinary teams, including electrical engineers, technicians, contractors, and government agencies, to ensure seamless project execution.
AEs troubleshoot technical issues, conduct regular inspections, and perform maintenance tasks to ensure the reliability and uptime of systems.
Assistant Engineers maintain accurate records, prepare technical reports, and document project details, facilitating efficient communication and decision-making.
AEs stay updated with industry advancements, emerging technologies, and best practices, enhancing their knowledge and skills to meet evolving demands.