Full-Time SMEC job vacancies for Civil Engineer and Structural Engineers at Bangalore & Gurugram
SMEC is an Engineering Company delivering engineering excellence, design innovation, project management and advisory to clients worldwide. Our partnership with Surbana Jurang Group provides a global talent pool of 13,000 people across a network of more than 100 offices in over 44 countries. Working together, we develop, design, supervise, operate and manage projects to help shape sustainable future. SMEC is executing design jobs for various metros and for Eastern & Western Dedicated freight corridors. SMEC India design team is also supporting assignments in other countries.
* SMEC is looking for Indian professionals with strong design capabilities and familiar with Indian Rail and Metro, ex- IRC candidates have preference for senior positions at Bangalore & Gurugram
SMEC job openings for Civil Engineer and Structural Engineers at Bangalore & Gurugram
Head of Rail & Metro: Civil Engineer with 20 to 25 years experience in Rail and Metro Sector, based at Bangalore.
Rail Track Expert: Civil Engineer with 15-20 years’ experience in Rail Track Design Engineering; based in Bangalore.
Tunnel Design Expert: Civil Engineer with 15-20 years’ experience in Designing of Tunnels based in Gumgram.
Rail Alignment / Geotech / Structural Engineers: Preferably M.Tech.s, with 5-10 years relevant experience based in Gurugram and Bangalore.
Candidates please transmit your resume by 10th November, 2017. WEB: http://www.smec.comGurugram
387 Udyog Vihar, Phase-II
Gurugram 122016, Haryana
No 324, 2nd Cross, 2nd Block
Dollars Colony, RMV II Stage
Bangalore 560094, Karnataka
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