Vacancy at Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company (IKEDC)

Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company (IKEDC) – Buoyed by a mission to rethink client encounter and be the supplier of decision wherever vitality is expended, Ikeja Electricity Distribution Plc (Ikeja Electric), Nigeria’s biggest power dispersion arrange powers lives and organizations with development and relentless drive for brilliance. The organization started its new period of development and extension on November first, 2013 after the handover of the dead Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) to NEDC/KEPCO Consortium under the privatization plan of the Federal Government of Nigeria.

Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company (IKEDC) is recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Business Analyst (Business Unit)
Ikeja, Lagos
Reporting To: Corporate Performance Management Lead
Role Purpose

  • Monitor Business Unit / Undertaking Performance, providing support in the areas of analytics and reporting.


  • Coordinate Monthly performance review for the various Undertakings within the Business Unit
  • Collate and interpret data, analyzing results from varied sources such as Fault Log/ Register, Transformer Lost in Circuit, Hourly Load Readings, Feeder Availability, Customer Complaints Log, Energy Delivered etc., from the Business Units / Undertakings using statistical techniques and providing ongoing reports, drawing inference and presenting observations to the business to ensure operational efficiency
  • Generates commercial/ technical periodic reports (daily, weekly and monthly) such as collection analysis reports, energy availability reports, sub-station maintenance reports etc. as may be required by the management team.
  • Ensure compliance to reporting standards by the Undertakings/ Business Unit as required by the Corporate Performance Monitoring Team within the Head Office.
  • Handles adhoc reporting duties as may be required from time to time by the Business Unit
  • Establish and maintain relationships with key stakeholders
  • Provide general support to the Business Managers as may be required
  • Perform any other duty as may be communicated by Corporate Performance Lead or BU Management Team
  • Monitor BU performance relative to set targets by tracking and reporting the Business Unit/ Undertaking KPIs such on a monthly basis
  • Regularly update the  performance dashboard for the Business Unit and Undertakings cascaded from the Head Office
  • Identifying, analyzing, and interpreting collection/ billing efficiency, customer delinquency trends or patterns based on past or historical performance of the business unit/ undertaking.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in any of the following disciplines – Engineering, Accounting, Economics, Banking & Finance or other numerate discipline
  • 2-3 years relevant work experience, from related sector/ organization with demonstrable understanding of data analytics.
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite: Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Technical Competencies:

  • Basic knowledge of the power industry and the distribution value chain
  • Strategic management
  • Data Analytics

Behavioral Competencies:

  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy
  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Excellent interpersonal negotiation and communications skills
  • Adept at queries, report writing and presenting findings.
  • Good Team player

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply 

Application Deadline  1st February, 2017.


  1. I suggest the staff at ikeja Electric Anifowoshe ikeja be flushed out and new staff willing to work hired.
    Ikeja Electric Anifowoshe are incompetent, unreliable, inefficient, rude and lack respect for the elderly.
    We were billed as commercial and we complained when the billing was rectified , they insisted we pay the bill we did not utilise as though they have us a ag of money to keep.
    As if that was not enough they came and disconnected us . We were forced to pay the bill on electricity we did not utilise and of course reconnection bill. When my elderly mum went to submit the copy of the reconnection bill, the man told her to sit n wait while he gist ed and laughed out loud with a man in his office while the elderly sat for 25 min just to submit proof of payment.
    My people it took 3 days for them to reconnect the light of which I have proof.
    And as if that was not bad enough when they brought power, it was high voltage n blew her charger n we quickly switched off the power.
    My dear mother called on the secretary of our estate who placed a call to them n they didn come, she latter saw their men on the same street n told them the problem and she was told that they were going to turn on power as there was no light n they would be back to fix it.
    By the way it was just one house affected….. Hmmmm
    They didn’t turn up n I called thier customer care no n was told someone will be sent. My people situation remains the same as of now, this very hour.
    Should people not be sanctioned and laid off as they have no value on the job and are highly incompetent? ?


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