Full-Time Jaypee Group seeking for Senior Group Engineer at Noida
Jaypee Group is an infrastructure conglomerate with interest in Engineering & Construction of large group iconic infrastructure projects of national importance including Dams, Power Houses, Expressways, Manufacture of Cement and Construction & Operation of Power Plants.
Applications are invited from committed and creative individuals to be part of our Hydropower Design team at Noida:
Jaypee Group hiring for Senior Group Engineer at Noida
Post Names: Group Engineer /Senior Group Engineer
– B.E/Tech (Civil) with 8-20 years of working experience as a Design Engineer in the field of structural design of Hydropower Projects such as Dam, Barrage, Intake, De-silting chamber, Head race Tunnel, Penstock, Power House etc.
– Working experience in construction stage designing of Hydropower Projects and proficiency in STAADPRO & AUTOCAD is a must. Additional exposure in FEM Analysis & underground works software packages is desirable.
–M.Tech. (Civil/Structure) and Civil Engineers from IIT with lesser & relevant experience may also apply.
Interested candidates may send their detailed resume at the address mentioned below or Email their applications at email@example.com within 7 days.
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