Part time Job - RESIDENT CLERK OF WORKS (RCOW), P&T Architects and Engineers Ltd
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P&T Architects and Engineers Ltd

RESIDENT SITE STAFF

We are looking for applicant to fill the following resident site staff post for the construction of a residential development in Hong Kong:

RESIDENT CLERK OF WORKS (RCOW)

Job Ref.4880

  • Diploma or High Certificate in Building Studies from the Hong Kong Polytechnic / Hong Kong Polytechnic University / Hong Kong Technical College / Hong Kong Technical Institute/ Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education, or equivalent.
  • 10 years’ relevant post-qualification experience is required.
  • Met the language proficiency requirements of Level 2* or above in English Language and Chinese Language in Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination (HKCEE) /Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (HKDSEE), or equivalent.

The tentative employment period for the above position will be 18 months and the tentative commencement date of employment will be in mid-February 2017.

Interested parties may send your written application with full resume stating working experience, qualification, present and expected salary and date of availability to:

P&T Architects and Engineers Ltd.
33/F, 633 King’s Road, North Point, Hong Kong
or email address ‘ personnel@p-t-group.com
or fax no. (852) 2838-6072 [Quote Ref.: No. 4880]

Please be advised that only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

All data collected would be used for recruitment purpose only.
 

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