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Penta-Ocean Construction Co Ltd

We are now inviting high caliber candidates to fill the following vacancy:

Senior Building Services Engineer (Ref.: SBSE/Bldg/CT)

Job Ref.SBSE/Bldg/CT

  • Diploma or above in Building Services Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or equivalent;
  • 8 years’ relevant working experience on construction site;
  • Familiar with PC/ AutoCAD operations;
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Mature, independent, can work under minimal supervision;
  • Less experience will be considered for the post of Assistant Building Services Engineer.

Interested parties, please apply with full resume stating relevant job reference, present and expected salary to: Human Resources Manager, Unit 601, K. Wah Centre, 191 Java Road, North Point, Hong Kong or by clicking  "APPLY NOW" (Please quote the reference no.).

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Job Ref No.
SBSE/Bldg/CT (CT3112275-01#3710)
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  • Medical plan
  • Transportation allowance
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