Working In Hong Kong and Asia

An Overview of Construction Employment in Hong Kong and Asia

As a global recruiter we have a range of construction jobs and positions available all of the world, a big part of this is within Asia and Hong Kong. 

These countries are growing and expanding massively with some of the worlds largest ports, biggest financial sectors and huge manufacturing market share. Wherever there is growth and expansion there are jobs. Maxim recruitment are based in Hong Kong and because of this we have a wide net of contacts within the construction and engineering industry making us perfectly situated to find you a new and exciting opportunity. 

If you are a keen jobseeker looking for a new role in the Far East, are looking at relocating,  or have applied for a new job in Asia and would like to find out more about the culture and facilities available click on one of the links below. 

Working In Hong Kong
Working In Singapore
Working In Macau

 

We also have international quantity surveying and construction job vacancies available in the UK, Doha, Qatar, Saudi Arabia. If you are interested in finding out more about working in these regions, click here: Working In Dubai and The Middle East or Working in The UK.

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