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Posted By: mcashley

Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2009

Remuneration: Best Offer

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International water treatment MNC requires,
Senior Design Engineer (Membrane Treatment Plants)
Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand & Asia Pacific
Responsibilities:
� Carry out design of micro-filtration, ultra-filtration and reverse osmosis membrane systems for the treatment and reclamation of municipal wastewater, brackish water and seawater, including pre-treatment, CIP and instrumentation systems.
� Liaise with suppliers and subcontractors for quotations for various plants and equipment for the above systems.
� Develop and prepare detailed proposals for the above systems including process write-ups, P&IDs and layout drawings.
� Attend to queries and clarifications from and presentation of proposals to clients.
Requirements:
� Degree in Chemical, Process or Environmental Engineering with at least 5 years experience in the design of membrane water treatment plants
� Must be able to read engineering drawings (ACAD) & P&ID, computer literate and familiar with Microsoft programs and its software.
� Possess good analytical skills.
� Able to work effectively in a multidisciplinary environment
� Good leadership and communication skill to manage and liaise with client, subordinates, team mates, consultants, contractors, suppliers and government agencies
� Willing to travel for short periods.
Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand & Asia Pacific
Excellent remuneration. Salary depends on experiences & qualifications
Great career advancement opportunity. Unlimited growth potential.
After reading the above requirements, will you still be interested in pursuing this opportunity? Are you the right person for the job? Do you have the relevant water treatment engineering experience? If YES, (in your CV) please provide us with a brief summary of your experiences. Kindly indicate your current and expected salary plus kindly provide us with at least 2 references from your past or present employments. Please send your CV to [email protected]
Marq Ashley International
www.mcashley.com



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