Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Job Vacancies 15 Positions for Power Company

Power Job Vacancy

International Consulting Company; Various Positions


International Consulting Company seeks qualified expatriate and local engineers to fill the following positions:
1. HV -Substation Engineer
2. Telecommunication & SCADA Engineer
3. Chemical Engineer, Cooling & Waste Water
4. Health and Safety Engineer
5. Environmental & Social Expert
6. Contract Expert
7. Thermal Power Plant Construction Site Manager
8. Thermal Power Plant Mechanical Engineer
9. Boiler & Auxiliaries Engineer
10. Turbine Engineer
11. Mechanical Engineer for Steam Generator
12. Mechanical Engineer Coal and Ash Handling
13. Thermal Power Plant Electrical Engineer
14. Thermal Power Plant I&C Engineer
15. HV -Transmission Line Engineer

Minimum 10 years of project related experience
Master or Bachelor degree
English and computer proficiency
Willing to work in Indonesia

Please send your CV and supporting documents by e-mail to the following address, not later than February 20, 2009:
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified

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