Qatar Oil & Gas Shutdown Project | Qatari Riyal 1200 - 2400 | Work VISA & Departure Soon


A leading company in Qatar is looking to hire multiple positions from India for their upcoming Shutdown Project. All candidates need to have GCC experience of around 5 to 8 years in oil & gas maintenance shutdown / turn around.

Job Location: Qatar

Company: Leading company in Qatar

Required Nationalities: India

Job Category: Oil & Gas Jobs - Shutdown Project

Agency: Ambe International

Last Date to Apply: 06 June 2021

Open Positions:
CategorySalary
RiggerQR 1400
Pipe FitterQR 1300
ElectricianQR 1300
Pipe FabricatorQR 1800
General / Maintenance FitterQR 1300
Welder (6G Tig & Arc)QR 2400
Electrical TechnicianQR 2200
Instrument TechnicianQR 2400
Structural FabricatorQR 1800
Hole watch / Fire WatcherQR 1200
Note:

Hiring Process: CV Selection and Shortlisting
Kindly send your CV along with documents to the mail ID given at the end of the post.

Desired Candidature:
5-8 Years of Experience Required
Oil & Gas Maintenance Shutdown / Turn around GCC Experience preferred

Benefits: As per Qatar Labour Law

KINDLY APPLY VIA THE BELOW LINK FOR SHORTLISTING BEFORE SENDING CV:

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Agency Contact Details:
Ambe International
Send CV to Mail ID: qatar@indianpersonnel.com
Call & WhatsApp: 7738891023 / 7738891024 / 8291096488
Address: Shah & Nahar Industrial Estate, 507, Dr E Moses Rd, Worli Naka, Upper Worli, Worli, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400018

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