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Perm Electrician (Oil & Gas Industry)

Posted By: bbbenny

Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2008

Remuneration: $1,800.00

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At Connect Energy, we understand that every career decision you make is pivotal. Understanding the role, performance measurements and challenge will allow you the ability to ensure success right from the beginning. Connect Energy has a team of esteemed personnel and professionals to provide you with comprehensive information on our customers and their hiring requirements in the oil and gas industry. Your success is as good as ours.

Through a comprehensive set of services and solutions that address both hiring strategies and organisational effectiveness, we deliver personnel who deliver performance.

People are our best assets.

Our Client is a Reputable company in the Oil & Gas Sector;


Roles and Responsibilities
  • Perform preventive maintenance on all production equipment at pre-determined schedule to ensure a good and safe working condition
  • Record defects and repairs in service reports during breakdown or routine maintenance checks
  • Troubleshoot and repair production equipment and facilities breakdown
  • Maintain stock of essential spare parts for company-owned equipment
  • Involved in installation of temporary site electrical supply; as well as maintain both single and three-phase lines

    Professional Qualification and Experience Requirements
    • Trade certificate in Electrical Engineering
    • Minimum 3 years’ plant maintenance experience in the manufacturing or fabrication industry
    • Strong analytical, problem-solving and people skills
    • Hands-on experience in troubleshooting mechanical and electrical equipment
    • Resourceful and organized

    Remuneration package :
    SGD1600 to SGD1800. Negotiable Upon Experience.

    Interested applicants may forward their application to or fax @ 65-62934649.

    We regret that only short listed candidates will be notified

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