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Masters Tech

Posted on July 11, 2018

4 - 8 years Other - Qatar


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Job Description :
We are looking for experienced Mechanical Engineer in Qatar.
Job Details:
• nbspLead and maintain equipment to ensure compliance and adherence with allnbsp nbspsafety, environmental and other regulatory compliances.
• nbspTrack and identify engineering expense and capital budgeting compliance.
• Confirms system and product capabilities by designing feasibility andnbsp nbsptesting methods.
• nbspCreate project scheduling and execute on time completions; managednbsp nbspbudgets and interfaced with contractors throughout the bid process.
• nbspInvestigate equipment failures and difficulties to diagnose faulty operation,nbsp nbspand to make recommendations to maintenance crew.
• nbspPrepares product reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizingnbsp nbspinformation and trends.
Job Requirements:
• Minimum 4 years experience in the field.
• B.Tech holder need to apply.
• Only Male candidate need to apply.
• Creativity and analytical skills.

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