Suruhanjaya Tenaga

Executive – Prosecution – PUTRAJAYA


Responsible to conduct effective prosecution on all cases in relation to energy supply laws and to provide sound legal advice on criminal matters, which includes but not limited to the following activities:

  • Conduct prosecution trials in court for offences committed under Electricity Supply Act 1990, Gas Supply Act 1993 and other relevant laws and regulations;
  • Give instructions and provide advice to Investigating Officers pertaining to investigation aspects;
  • Prepare the charge sheet, facts of case and other matters for trial purposes;
  • Review and monitor all developments in laws and keep abreast with changes of the laws and propose amendments to ensure compliance with electricity and gas supply legislations;
  • Carry out other duties as directed by the superior from time to time.


LLB (Honors) Degree from a University accredited by the Government and approved by Energy Commission;

  • Masters Degree or above in Law from a University accredited by the Government is an added advantage;
  • Minimum three (3) years’ working experience in criminal prosecution;
  • Applicants with knowledge in electricity and gas supply regulatory matters shall have an added advantage;
  • Proactive with strong networking and relationship building skills.
  • Effective interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Possess a positive outlook, disciplined and results-oriented; and
  • Excellent command of both written and spoken Bahasa Malaysia and English.
  • Competent knowledge in relevant laws surrounding the conduct of Criminal Prosecution; with emphasis on the Criminal Procedure Code and Evidence Act 1950.
  • Experience in conducting prosecution in court and accustomed with the courtroom decorum and etiquette


A statutory body established under the Energy Commission Act 2001, Suruhanjaya Tenaga (ST) or the Energy Commission is responsible for regulating the energy sector, specifically the electricity and piped gas supply industries, in Peninsular Malaysia.

Taking over the role of the Department of Electricity and Gas Supply, the Energy Commission started its operation on January 1, 2002. The main focus of the commission are reliable electricity and gas supply, reasonable costs and safety.

The roles of the Energy Comission is divided into three, namely Economic Regulation, Technical Regulation and Safety Regulation.

Economic Regulation:
To promote economy in the generation, transmission, distribution, supply and use of electricity and in the reticulation and use of gas; promote competition; enable fair and efficient market conduct and prevent the misuse of monopoly or market power in the electricity and piped gas industries.

Technical Regulation:
To ensure security, reliability, efficiency and quality of supply and services in the electricity and piped gas supply industries.

Safety Regulation:
To protect the industry, consumers and public from dangers arising from the generation, transmission, distribution, supply and use of electricity and the distribution, supply and use of piped gas.

Employer questions

Your application will include the following questions:

  • What’s your expected monthly basic salary?
  • How would you rate your Bahasa Malaysia language skills?
  • How would you rate your English language skills?
  • How many years’ experience do you have as a Prosecutions Officer?


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