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IFP # 269 - Project Engineer-III (Electrical)

Al-Othman (ORA) Group

Posted on February 6, 2018

5 - 7 years Eastern Province - Saudi Arabia

Bachelor of Technology/Engineering(Electrical). Any Nationality

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B. S. Degree in Electrical Engineering
Five (5) years experience related to engineering and/or construction/project management in electric public utility construction involving substation and reinforcement of substation projects.
Site supervision and monitoring of low voltage electrical site construction activities S/S and T/L projects, including but not necessary limited to indoor, outdoor lighting and shielding systems, emergency lighting, grounding for S/S building and equipment and FAC systems.
Knowledgeable in testing and commissioning of fire alarm system, grounding and lighting.
Knowledgeable with international codes and standards and SEC technical standards and specifications.

Site Engineering / Projects


Substation Monitoring Reinforcement Fire alarm system Construction project management construction site Site supervision Electrical engineering Building Electricals

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