Working In Dubai and The Middle East

An Overview of Construction Employment in Dubai and The Middle East

The recruitment consultants at Maxim have a lot of experience finding jobs for quantity surveyors and construction professionals around the world.  Frequent assignment locations available include Dubai, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), as well as across the Middle East. 

As you would expect we are well connected to a large number of long-established construction consultancies and contractors with the Middle East and because of this we can offer job seekers with an appetite for world travel a range of exciting quantity surveying jobs and other construction vacancies across the globe.

If you are interested in working in one of the incredible countries in the Middle East, find out more about popular destinations through the links below. They will give you information on the types of accommodation you will find, along with the cost of living and the culture and leisure facilities available. 

Working In Dubai

Working In Abu Dhabi

Working In Oman

Working In Doha

Working In Bahrain

Working In Kuwait

Working In Saudi Arabia

 

We also have international quantity surveying and construction job vacancies available in the UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia. If you are interested in finding out more about working in these regions,  click here: Working In Hong Kong and Asia or Working in the UK

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