Job - Project Superintendent, Hongkong United Dockyards Limited
Hongkong United Dockyards Limited

Hongkong United Dockyards Limited("HUD"), a joint venture between two of Asia's largest listed conglomerates, CK Hutchison and Swire Pacific, is Hong Kong's leading provider of ship repair, harbour towage and salvage services. HUD is also a major contractor for steelwork and mechanical and electrical engineering work for industrial machinery and equipment.

We are now seeking talent to fill up the position of:

Project Superintendent

Job Ref.CT3103341-01#0060

Job Duties:

  • To oversee, control and co-ordinate all repair/ installation activities for all project
  • To liaise with department foreman and supervisors allocated to the projects
  • To ensure that all works are safely, efficiently executed and under schedule 
  • To ensure the works are fulfilled customer and relevant regulatory bodies requirement


Job Requirements:

  • High Certificate/ Higher Diploma in Engineering Discipline
  • 10 years’ experience in Engineering field
  • At least 5 years’ experience in supervisory level
  • Proficient in MS office, MS Project/ ASTA Power Project and AutoCAD
  • Proficient in Cantonese, English and  Mandarin 



We offer a competitive pay and benefits package to the right candidate. Interested parties, please send your resume providing details of the present and expected salary to the Manager - Human Resources & Training, TYTL108RP, Sai Tso Wan Road, Tsing Yi Island, N.T. or by email at

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