Full-Time KNK Construction requires for General Manager, Civil Engineers and Stores Executive
KNK Construction Pvt Ltd (An ISO 9001:2015/ISO 14001:2015/OHSAS 18001:2007 Company). Invites applications for General Manager, Civil Engineers and Stores Executive.
KNK Construction seeking for General Manager, Civil Engineers and Stores Executive
Post Name: General Manager – QA & QC
BE / Diploma (Civil) with 15 to 18 years experience in Construction Quality Assurance. At least 5 years’ continuous employment in a single company in India.
Post Name: Senior Project Managers/Project Managers
B.E. / Diploma (Civil) with 10 to 14 years experience in Industrial and commercial project sites in India. At least 5 years’ continuous employment in a single company in India.
Post Name: Assistant Managers -Projects/ Planning
BE / Diploma (Civil) with 08 to 10 years experience in Industrial and commercial project sites in India.
Post Name: Civil Engineers-(Project Execution/QS/QA & QC)
B.E./ Diploma (Civil) with 04 to 8 years experience in industrial and commercial project sites in India.
Post Name: Stores Executive
B.Com with 3 to 5 years experience in construction field.
Please attend Walk-in interview along with original documents
Date: 22nd April 2018.
Time: 9:30am to 2:00pm
359,7th Cross, Ashoka Pillar Rd,
Jayanagar 1st Block, Near Fab India,
Applicants who have attended interviews at KNK in the past 12 months need not attend.
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