|Senior Building Mechanical Engineer||Poland||29-Apr-16|
|Electrical Engineer (Water)||Saudi Arabia||29-Apr-16|
|Rail Control Centre Systems Engineer||Saudi Arabia||29-Apr-16|
|Petrophysical Advisor - Subsurface||United Arab Emirates||28-Apr-16|
|Manpower Planning Officer||United Arab Emirates||28-Apr-16|
|Rotating Equipment Engineer||Netherlands||28-Apr-16|
|HSES Training Specialist||United Arab Emirates||28-Apr-16|
|General Manager - Facilities||Nigeria||28-Apr-16|
|Senior & Lead Public Health Engineers||Qatar||28-Apr-16|
|Fire Protection Engineers||Qatar||28-Apr-16|
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