Full-Time Quanta Process Solutions walk-in interview for Manager and Designer
Quanta Process Solutions (www.quantaprocess.com), a leading Engineering Consultant for the chemicals & hydrocarbon process industry requires the following for Vadodara location:
Quanta Process Solutions seeking for Manager and Designer
Post Name:Manager – Mechanical
B.E. (Mechanical), 10-15 years’ experience in mechanical design of static, rotary and packages. Expertise in design software, codes & standards.
Post Name:Manager – Piping
B.E. (Mechanical/Chemical), 10-15 years’ experience in piping engineering. Expertise in 2D & 3D design software, stress analysis, codes & standards.
B.E.(Civil) with 10-15 years’ experience in civil design. Expertise in design software, codes & standards.
Post Name: Designer – Piping
Diploma / ITI (Mechanical) with 2-10 years of experience in piping modelling/drafting in 3D Software (CADWorx, SP 3D, PDMS)
Post Name:Manager-Business Development
B.E. (Chemical) with 8+ years’ experience in engineering / project management and business development. Excellent presentation and communication skills required.
Date : 10:00am, Saturday, April 21st, 2018.
Place : Quanta House, Bhailal Amin Road,Gorwa, Vadodara
Contact: +91-265-229 1067/97
Quanta House, Bhailal Amin Road,
Gorwa, Vadodara, Gujarat 390003
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