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Electrical Engineer In Qatar

Gulf Executive

Posted on July 11, 2018

10 - 15 years Other - Qatar

Bachelor of Technology/Engineering(Electrical). Salvadoran

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Job Description :
Looking for an experienced Electrical Engineer in Qatar.
Job Details:
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Job Requirements:
• Minimum 10 years experience is required.
• Good communication Skills.
• Degree/Diploma Holder.
• Management Skills.



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