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PROJECTS DIRECTOR (QATAR, DOHA) SHR180344

at 3C Synergy Asia Pte Ltd in Qatar - Doha

 


PROJECTS
DIRECTOR (QATAR, DOHA)


 


My Client is a market leader in
the provision of Facilities, Project and Property Management operating across a
wide range markets including commercial, education and healthcare.


 


They are very well established
in these markets and this position offers an excellent opportunity to advance
your career and work with their prestigious clients.


 


Responsibilities:


 


·      Lead 
a team of facility management professionals to manage a sizable  commercial
project in Doha and ensure the profitability of the  operation


·      Liaise 
with the client to formulate facility management strategy in line with  their
business  objectives


·      Oversee 
the development of preventive maintenance plan, schedule and standard operating 
procedure


·      Oversee 
the implementation of computerized maintenance management system and day to day 
operation


·      Provide 
strategic leadership and effectively manage the implementation of  the facility
management through continuous training, mentoring, and motivating  the
operational  team


 


Requirements:


 



  • Degree in Mechanical,
    Electrical, Building Engineering or Facilities Management


·      At least 15 years of
relevant experience



  • Familiar
    with the quality and environmental accreditation


·      Able to work
independently and possess good interpersonal skills



  • Good
    communication skills both verbal and written

  • Willing
    to be posted overseas


Only 
Singaporeans or Singapore PR will be considered by my Client.  This is absolutely essential so I can 
only consider Singaporean citizens or PR.


 


Only suitable applicants will be contacted.


 


Please send your detailed CV to simon@3csynergy.com with details of
salary expectations and reasons for leaving your last  role.


 


 




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