Job - Building Services Manager, Chinachem Group
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Chinachem Group

To cope with the growth of the business, we would invite high caliber candidates to join our group for the following position:

Building Services Manager

Job Ref.CT3104135-01#0226

  • Degree or above in Building Services Engineering or equivalent
  • Minimum 10 years’ of relevant post-qualified working experience including at least 3 years’ of construction site experience
  • Experience in asset enhancement works, MTRC and URA projects will be an advantage
  • Qualified to professional body
  • Good command of English and Chinese
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Prepare feasibility study for asset enhancement projects
  • Lead a team of engineers to support Project Manager to manage building services aspects from inception to project completion stages and handover to end-user;
  • Manage consultants and coordinate stakeholders to ensure completion of project on time, within budget and high quality as well as safety.
  • Supervise contractors works according to the contract requirements
  • Coordinate hand-over of completed building services installations to property management and end-users. 

Interested parties please send full resume stating current and expected salary, date available to: Human Resources Manager, Chinachem Group, 35-38 Floor, Tower 2, Nina Tower, 8 Yeung Uk Road, Tsuen Wan , N.T. or email to: hr@chinachemgroup.com 

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