KNPC Kuwait Shutdown Oil & Gas Manpower Requirement


Company: KNPC Kuwait

Company Profile: The Kuwait National Petroleum Company is the public oil refining organization of Kuwait. Set up in October 1960, KNPC handles the duty of oil refining, gas liquefaction, and dispersion of oil products inside the nearby market. KNPC is likewise taking care of CFP.

Job Location: Kuwait

Job Category: Oil and gas jobs

Job Posted By: AllGulfVacancy.com

Job expire on: 20 December 2020

Open Positions:

  • Mechanical engineer (lumpsum)/ supervisor
  • Rotating/ rigging -supervisor
  • (Welding & fabrication) supervisor
  • Valve shop /auto shop / machinist -supervisor
  • (mech) heat exchangers supervisor
  • Rotating equipment mechanic
  • Bench/ general fitter
  • Machine operator (hydro jetters)
  • Heavy equipment mechanic
  • Scaffolding/ scaffolding supervisor
  • Industrial laborer
  • Driver (heavy) - valid kuwait license holders
  • Heavy equipment operators (valid license holders)
  • Crane operators (valid kuwait license holders)
  • Safety supervisors (knpc approved)
  • Rigger
  • Welder
  • Fabricator
  • Machinist
Salary: Attractive Salary with Benefits will be provided as per industry standards

Note:
Shortlisting is in progress 
All candidates need to have relevant experience
Other benefits will be provided as per Kuwait labour law
 
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