ADNOC Project Abu Dhabi Openings | Eram Engineering Company | Immediate VISA

Eram Engineering in Abu Dhabi is hiring for ADNOC Project. This is an urgent recruitment and VISA will be processed in 30 days. All candidates need to have minimum 5 - 7 years of experience in relevant fields. The duty time will be 8 hours per day. It is a long term project.

About Project: The Ghasha uber project is the world's biggest seaward sharp gas project. Holding the possibility to meet around 20% of the UAE's gas interest by around 2025, the multi-billion-dollar undertaking will assume an essential part in gathering the UAE's gas independence level headed, in accordance with ADNOC's coordinated gas methodology.

Company: ERAM Engineering

Job Location: Abu Dhabi

Walk in Date: 25 - 30 Jan 2021

Job Expire on: 31st Jan 2021

Open Positions: 
Position Salary
Piping supervisor 3000 - 4000 AED
Scaffolding supervisor 3000 - 4000 AED
Rigging foreman 1800 - 2200 AED
Pipe fabricator chargehand 2000 AED
Assistant pipe fitter 900 AED
Pipe fabricator 1500 AED
Pipe fitter 1200 AED
Pipe cum structural fabricator 1500 AED
Scaffolder 1200 AED
Rigger (TUV) 1200 AED
Industrial electrician 1200 - 1400 AED
Ele & inst (E & I) fitter 1200 - 1400 AED
Selection method: CV Selection & direct interview
Long term project
Duty Time: 8 Hours Per day
Required Experience: minimum 4 - 7 years of experience
VISA in 30 Days
Normal Medical

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Contact Details
Mr. rajesh tiger 
S. R. engineering, mora tekra, surat
Please call before going to the interview
Mob: 7600244209

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