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Multinational Engineering Works WLL Qatar Shutdown Project 2020

Multinational Engineering Works WLL company in Qatar is looking for various open profiles for a large shutdown project in Qatar. All candidates need to have relevant experience in their fields to be eligible for the job openings. 

A degree/Diploma is required as educational qualification to be eligible. Minimum 5 Yrs experience is also a must in Refineries, petrochemical, fertilisers, power and water.

Company: Multinational Engineering Works WLL

Job Location: Qatar

Required nationalities: Indian, Anyone

Interview Date: 11 November 2020 Onwards

Job Posted by:

Job Expire on: 11 Nov 2020

0484-4024880, 81, 82, 83, 84 & 85

Open Positions:

  • Site construction manager (piping, tanks, structural steel)
  • Project engineer (piping)
  • Qa/qc inspector (bgas/ cswip)
  • Qa/qc engineer (piping, tanks, structural steel)
  • Site supervisor (piping, structural steel)
  • Charge hand (storage tank)
  • Coded welder tig & arc (cs)
  • Sub arc welder (storage tank)
  • Charge hand-structural/ piping coded welder stick – 3g/4g (storage tank)
  • Coded welder fcaw (storage tank)
  • Grinder (storage tank)
  • Electrical technician (ac/dc)
  • Coded welder tig & arc-ss/alloy
  • Coded welder 6g
  • Store keeper
  • Industrial spray painter
  • Coded welder fcaw / stick (3g)
  • Sub arc welder (pressure vessel)

Interview Type: Direct Walkin



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