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Date: Thu, 29 May 2008

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3) Project Engineer @ Henderson � REF: 8112
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 tactfu
Qualifications: Diploma (minimum) or Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Salary range: $1600 - $1800 Transport Allowance: $780
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5) Ref D8134 Shipbuilding Company Positions @ China
The following positions are needed in China in Shipbuilding Company:

General Manager - Shipbuilding
Production Manager � Shipbuilding
Project Manager � Shipbuilding
QA Manager � Shipbuilding
Purchasing Manager
Shipbuilding Engineers / Superintendents

Able to stay in China for a few years. Attractive salary plus overseas allowance. All meals and living expenses provided. Mandarin speaking only.
Qualifications: Related qualifications with a minimum of Diploma in marine/mechanical engineer/ Shipbuilding/etc
5-day work week
5 - 7 months of bonus

Please indicate which position when applying
Other Countries Applicants may apply but must be able to converse in Mandarin.
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6) Ref D8135 Shipbuilding Company positions @ Tuas
The following positions are need in Tuas for a public listed Shipbuilding:

Shipbuilding Engineers / Superintendents/Supervisor/Manager in the following department:
Project
Design & Engineering
Mechanical & Piping
Hull
Painting & Scaffolding
Electrical
Facilities Maintenance
Estimating

Qualifications: Applicants must have related experiences in shipbuilding/Related qualification with a minimum of Diploma in marine/mechanical engineer/ Shipbuilding/etc
5-day work week
5 - 7 months of bonus
Meals and transport provided.

Please indicate which position when applying
Other Countries Applicants may apply but must be able to converse in Mandarin.
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7) Ref D8147 Sales Engineer (Multimedia) @ Kallang
Responsible for Sales in the area of video-editing, digital visual effect, face puppetry and 3D animation softwares. Cover market sector educational institution ,post production and broadcast. Create and develop new business accounts to achieve assigned revenue quota. Establish and maintain good relationships with customer & partners. Service and manage existing accounts, support marketing activities and tenders.
Qualifications: Diploma in Digital Media ,Multimedia / IT, Computer Studies or related field
Requirements: Preferred some experience in IT sales. Creative, passion for a career in digital media industry. Target driven, hard-working, customer oriented and good interpersonal skills. Presentable, creative, good communication skills and customer service orientated. Fresh Poly graduates are welcome to apply as training will be provided
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11) Ref D8139 Sales Engineer @ Tai Seng Avenue
Networking / Computer / IT / Security Industry
Qualifications: Diploma in Electronic / Computer Engineering
Salary: Minimum basic at $1600 $400 to $700 Transport reimbursement $100 Phone reimbursement Commission
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13) Ref D8140A Sales Engineer @ Jurong
Sheetmetal & Metal Fabrication Industry
Fresh or experience is welcome
Qualifications: Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
Salary: Up to $4000 based on experience and qualification
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14) Ref D8141 Sales Engineer @ Ubi
Security System Industry
Participation in Tendering Process for government tenders & quotations. Engage in technical discussion with government officers, clients and consultants. Ability to prepare Sales and Systems solutions. Technically sound in the Display, Information Technology, Computer Systems, Traffic or Security/CCTV Solutions. Active contributions to business expansion & development plans. Familiar with Public Sector. Standard Conditions of Contract.
Qualifications: Degree / Diploma in IT, Computer, Info-Comms, Electronics or Electrical Engineering
Requirements: Record of achievement in sales or marketing position. Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills. Dynamic, resourceful and able to carry out tasks independently. Passionate about meeting people and doing well in Sales line. At least 2 to 3 years of working experience.
Salary: Up to $4000 - $5000 Commision Allowance
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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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