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Project Engineer � REF: 8112

Posted By: siti

Date: Fri, 2 May 2008

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Requirements: To be responsible and accountable for first class project management for the Company's products and services. To develop efficient and effective operating process to meet our clients requirements on site. To attend site meetings and liaise with the relevant authorities relating to your projects. Updating of project ironmongery schedules and requirement.
At least 2 to 3 years relevant working experience in project work
Excellent project management and negotiating skills. Possess strong leadership, outstanding drive, initiative, excellent communication skills. Able to work independently, initiative with analytical mindset. Good team player and able to work with minimal supervision, good working attitude and strong sense of responsibility, patient and tactful
Qualifications: Diploma (minimum) or Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Salary range: $1600 - $1800 Transport Allowance: $780
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*All interested candidates are to send their full resume with photo attached and expected salary indicated*
All positions are open to only Singaporean, Permanent Resident or Malaysian. Please send your resume to: [email protected]



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