Job - Engineer / Assistant Engineer (Ref. : PE / E & AE ), Hitachi Elevator Engineering Co (HK) Ltd
Hitachi Elevator Engineering Co (HK) Ltd

Project Executive Department at Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate

Engineer / Assistant Engineer (Ref. : PE / E & AE )

Job Ref.PE / E & AE

  • Degree holder preferably of Mechanical / Electrical / Building Services Engineering background
  • 3~5 years work experience for Engineer ; 1~2 year(s) work experience for Assistant Engineer
    (Fresh Graduate will also be considered)
  • To work independently as project engineer as assigned by the department manager
  • To be responsible for project planning, execution of secured projects.
  • To review of designs and specifications, liaison with architects, consultants & main contractors, arranging approval from concerned parties. 
  • To be responsible for cost estimation, quote preparation, budgetary control & costing analysis after project completed
  • To monitor project progress and feedback information to supplier, local production and installation. 
  • To ensure safety, quality of the work in line with company policy, statutory requirement and ISO 9001 / ISO14001/ and OHSAS 18001 compliance.

We offer attractive benefits of Medical Scheme, MPF, Annual Leave 10-15 days to the right candidate

Please email your resume with expected salary to
(Attention to Human Resources Senior Manager)

(Pls quote reference in your email or application letter)

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Job Ref No.
PE / E & AE (CT3103616-01#0322)
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