Job - ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN, Joneson Environmental Technologies Limited
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Joneson Environmental Technologies Limited

To cope with our Company’s expansion, we are looking for the following capable individuals to join our teams. 

ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN

Job Ref.CT3106316-01#0155

Qualification & Requirements:

  • Higher Diploma in Environmental Management or equivalent;
  • At least one year working experience, preferably in environmental works.
  • Hardworking, independent, responsibility, good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Fresh graduates are also welcome.

Duties: Assist to carry out the HVAC water treatment test and the laboratory water analysis testing, communicate with the clients and handle ad hoc projects as assigned.  

Welcome aspiring young professionals to join our team. An excellent career development opportunity will be offered to the right candidates. Interested parties, please apply with full resume, date availability, present and expected salary to the Human Resources Department via email: recruit@fsenv.com.hk or fax 2258-0935. For any queries, please contact Ms. Cheng of HR Dept. at 2733-4135 or visit our homepage at http://www.fsenv.com.hk/

Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purpose only. Candidates not invited for interviews within 6 weeks that may consider their applications unsuccessful and the applications will be destroyed by FSEET within 6 months. 

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