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Latest Jobs: 24/07/2014

Assistant Quantity Surveyor Hong Kong Up to 29,999 >
Principal Engineer - Structural Hong Kong Discussed at IV Shortlist Stage >
Principal Engineer - Geotechnical Hong Kong Discussed at IV Shortlist Stage >
Sales Manager Hong Kong Negotiable ( Over 60,000 HKD p/m ) >
Project Manager Bahrain 100,000 up >

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Junior Planner
Hong Kong - HKD30,000 to HKD59,999 p/m
A world leading programme management and construction consultancy is currently looking for Junior level Planners to join their team in Hong Kong.
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Project Co-ordinator - ABWF
Hong Kong - Highly Negotiable
An exciting opportunity has just become available in Hong Kong. Our client is seeking an excellent ABWF Project Co-ordinator to join an international main contractor working on an MTRC related project in Hong Kong. The role does NOT involve shift work and possesses global opportunities of employment, should you succeed on this MTRC project. This main contractor is winning work consistently in the region and can offer good career longevity.
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Business Development Manager
Abu Dhabi - Highly negotiable
An internationally established, forward thinking and innovative, medium sized (MEP) Building Services Design Consultancy is looking out for a dynamic, solutions orientated Business Development Manager to help grow their Middle East business. You will be based in Dubai.
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Assistant Quantity Surveyor
Hong Kong - Discussed at IV Shortlist Stage
An Assistant Quantity Surveyor is needed to join one of the world's largest construction contracting companies in a head office based role as part of the tendering department. You will be based in Hong Kong and will focus on supporting new tenders for large Civil Engineering construction projects.
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Plans for Dubai World Central Airport to be Dubai's #1 Airport

Modern History & Growth of Dubai International AirportFor as long as I've been recruiting in the Middle East (7 years) Dubai International Airport has had some form of major work ongoing. There have been billions of dollars invested in Dubai Airport in a attempt to make Dubai the centre of the aviation world. It's been a …

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The UK Construction Industry On the Rise Again

In Maxim Recruitment’s capacity of watching the buoyancy of the jobs market in UK construction and quantity surveying, we are always eager to report on the state of the UK economy. While early reports this year have concluded that the economy is on an upward trend, it is still important to keep abreast of what is going …

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Doha Festival City in Qatar

Phase one of the 6 Billion QAR ($1.6bn) Doha Festival City began in October 2011 as a result of Qatar’s successful bid to host the FIFA World Cup 2022 tournament. On completion of this phase Qatar successfully opened its doors to its first 32,000+sq.m IKEA store in March 2013. Phase two began on April 23rd 2013, with o…

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London’s Two Main Airports Outline their Proposed Plans for Expansion

One of the big infrastructure projects that has to be decided in the near future is how to increase capacity at London’s airports. In terms of the UK job market this is good news for Maxim Recruitment; we will be watching the developments carefully over the next twelve months to identify and secure premium UK constructi…

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Sir John Armitt: HS3 an 'inspired idea' that needs real analysis

UK infrastructure planning requires a more “methodical approach” rather than presenting schemes such as High Speed 3 “without any real background analysis”, according to Sir John Armitt.

Source: Construction News

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