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Electrical Engineer 6

CDM Smith

Posted on May 7, 2018

20 - 21 years Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Bachelor of Technology/Engineering(Electrical). Any Nationality

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To take part in Bidding to Hand Over stage of Project
Planning and conducting work requiring judgment in the independent evaluation, selection, and substantial adaptation and modification of standard techniques, procedures, and criteria;
Devising new approaches to problems encountered
Coordinating various technical aspects of work
Receiving technical guidance on unusual or complex problems
Acting as a mentor for Junior employees
Minimum Qualifications
The candidate should have minimum 20 years of working experience as process engineer in design of sea water reverse osmosis, wastewater treatment plant and water treatment plan.
Candidate should have a bachelor s degree in electrical engineering
He should have working experience in turnkey projects with construction supervision.
Experience in design and construction management of Wastewater Treatment plan, Sea Water Desalination

Construction / Civil Engineering



Water treatment Project planning Bidding Construction management Reverse osmosis Modification Electrical engineering Waste water treatment middle east Indesign


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