Thursday, October 18, 2007


18 oKTOBER 2007 | expired: 30 October 2007

NES provide manpower resources to a variety of local and international companies throughout the Asian region. Our areas of technical specialization are split into separate market areas, which are managed by individual recruitment consultants

NES provide staffing and manpower from our three regional bases within Asia and have done since 1997; these are based in Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia.

NES have the ability to provide Western expatriates, Asian expatriates and in country locals. In some countries, international manpower becomes essential for the project to be completed on time and within budget. It is here that NES have the ability, resources and knowledge to migrate the necessary international technical expertise onto your project.

Currently we are urgently looking for the following Oil & Gas candidates to join International Engineering Consultancies based in Jakarta, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Perth:-

-Project Manager
-Project Engineer
-Planning Engineer
-Document Control

2.STRUCTURE-Lead Structure Engineer
-Senior Structure Engineer
-Structure Engineer
-Senior Structure Designer
-Structure Designer

-Senior Technical Safety Engineer

-Lead Instrument Engineer
-Senior Instrument Engineer
-Instrument Engineer
-Senior Instrument Designer
-Instrument Designer

5.ELECTRICAL-Lead Electrical Engineer
-Senior Electrical Engineer
-Senior Electrical Designer
-Electrical Designer

6.PIPING/PDMS-Lead Piping Engineer
-Senior Piping Engineer
-Senior Piping Designer
-Piping Designer
-PDMS Designer

7.PROCESS-Lead Process Engineer
-Senior Process Engineer

8.MECHANICAL-Senior Mechanical Engineer

General Requirement:
-A qualification to BSc in following engineering fields: Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Physics and Mechanical from reputable universities for Engineer and Technical High School Graduated or equivalent for Designer, also Diploma for Document Control and Project Secretary.

-Able to communicate in both written and spoken English

-Experience in Oil & Gas industry minimum 15 years for Project Manager, 12 years for Project Engineer, 10 years for Lead Engineer and Designer, 7 years for Senior Engineer, and 3 years experience for Engineer.

We are also currently looking for QS (Quantity Surveyors) for a large City construction project in the Middle East and ask QS and Commercial candidates whom have worked on large scale Civil Infrastructure projects to apply. Exp of working on Airports, Water Sewage, Highways, Office Towers, 5 star Hotels is needed.

Please send your resume to:

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