Abu Dhabi Oil and Gas - Shutdown Job Openings UAE


Oil and Gas Job Openings in Abu Dhabi - Shutdown.

About Company: 

ADNOC is the state-possessed oil organization of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). As indicated by the Oil and Gas Journal, as of January 2015, the UAE holds the seventh-biggest demonstrated stores of oil on the planet at 97.8 billion barraels. The vast majority of these stores are situated in Abu Dhabi. It is the world's eleventh biggest oil organization by creation, remaining at 2.9 million barrels for every day. It is the UAE's greatest organization.

Hiring for: January-April 2017

Posts:
  • QA/QC Inspection Engineers (Salary 20,000)
  • NDT Technicians (Salary 7500)
  • E & I Technicians (Salary 4000)
  • Responsive Link Ads (Jobzatgulf)
  • Tig & Arc Welders (CS / SS)
  • Fabricators (Salary 2000)
  • Scaffolders (Salary 1500)
  • Spray Painters (Salary 1600)
  • Sand Blaster Painters (Salary 1600)
  • Fitters & Grinders (Salary 1400)
Work Hours: 8 Hours (6 Days Week)

Benefits: Free food and accommodation

Date: Interview in next week.

Contact: Elite Placement Services – Mumbai
Send Your CV to: elitemarol@gmail.com




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