Full-Time Unison Group hiring for Project Head and Manager at Dehradun
Unison Group is coming up with a Mixed-Use Commercial Project (Retail, Entertainment & Hotel) at Dehradun and is looking for well-experienced result oriented professionals for the below mentioned position.
Unison Group seeking for Project Head and Manager at Dehradun
Post Name: Project Head
Qualification & Experience: Candidate should be a B.Tech. in Civil Engineering from a recognized Institution, with minimum 15 years of experience in large size Infrastructural/ Commercial projects from conceptualization till execution. Knowledge of AutoCad software is a must. Candidates having an experience in the development of Commercial/ Hotel projects shall be given preference.
Manager – MEP
Qualification & Experience: Candidate should be a B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized Institution, with minimum 15 years of experience in large size Infrastructural/ Commercial projects from conceptualization till execution.
Salary shall not be a constraint for deserving candidates.
Candidates fulfilling the above mentioned criteria are required to apply online through the link www.unisonindia.org within 10 days from the date of publication of this advertisement.Unison Group
Unison Vision to reality
Mussoorie Diversion Road, Makkawala,
Salan Gaon, Bhagwant Pur,
Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248009
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