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Creation Date: 2018/09/23 05:11:10
Ref. JB1001852794


Senior Business Continuity Analyst

Job Description

The role is located within the Business Planning and Performance Department (BPPD) within TRANSCO. The BPPD is responsible for providing support to the Executive Management Team. This support includes; management of the strategic planning process, monitoring and reporting on delivery of key strategic and tactical initiatives, development and implementation of regulatory strategy and guidance as well as development and management of Business Continuity Management (BCM) activities.


Bachelor’s degree in engineering, business administration or finance.
 Minimum of five years of experience in process management.
 Professional presence and stature necessary to communicate on important issues with key stakeholders.
 Possess sound communication skills Organised, motivated, flexible and be an astute


Bachelor’s degree in engineering, business administration or finance.

Job Details

  • Search by Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • Search by Industry: Management
  • Requirements : Employer (Public Sector)
  • Job Role: Administration
  • Joining Date: 2018-11-14
  • Employment Status: Full time
  • Employment Type: Full Time
  • Monthly Salary Range: AED 36,724 - 55,086
  • Manages Others: Yes
  • Number of Vacancies: 2

Preferred Candidate

  • Career Level: Mid Career
  • Residence Location: United Arab Emirates
  • Nationality: United Arab Emirates

Company Profile

TRANSCO, the Abu Dhabi Transmission and Despatch Company is a wholly government owned part of the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA). TRANSCO’s core business is the planning, construction and operation of a safe, reliable and efficient water and electricity transmission network within Abu Dhabi and, where required, the UAE.

TRANSCO’s income is received from the distribution companies via a combination of charges made for use of the system itself and connection charges and are agreed and approved by the sector Regulator on an annual basis. These charges reflect the total power and water delivered over the course of the year, the peak power and water supplied at the time of greatest demand and the value of assets built for each customer.

TRANSCO has taken a leading role in supporting the development of the ADNOC group companies, ADCO and GASCO, and other significant new industries in Abu Dhabi such as aluminium and steel by significantly expanding its supplies to meet forecast demand from these consumers. This service not only provides the oil industry with a secure reliable and economic energy supply but benefits the industrial sector and national economy as a whole.

The scope for TRANSCO’s business has recently expanded to include the planning, development and operation of water and electricity transmission assets in the northern Emirates. TRANSCO also contributes to the operation of the Emirates National Grid which we expect to develop significantly over the next 3 - 5 years. On the regional stage we are participating in the development of the wider GCC transmission grid which will allow the trading and transmission of power across a number of countries.