Client Profile: Our Client, a reputed Turkish Engineering and Contracting Group, who operates as EPC contractor both in Turkey and abroad and carries large scale infrastructure works viz. airports, rail systems, commercial and community centres, highway and expressway etc. They are looking out for a competent engineering professional as Project Manager for Highway/Expressway project in Romania, now at bidding stage and later for engagement in project execution after award of the contract. 

    Project: Infrastructure
     

    Project Manager - Highway/Expressway (International)
     

    Location: Romania 


    Age: 45 - 55 years 

    Qualification: B.E. - civil or equivalent 

    Experience: Minimum 20 years of proven experience as Project Manager/Project Co-ordinator, having executed minimum six(6) major road projects of multi-lateral funded agency like World Bank, ADB etc. with minimum 6 points rating as per FIDIC Red Book. 

    Candidates shall have supervised and executed contracts for new construction works/rehabilitation /modernization/extension of national roads /express roads/highways in which the contract / project management was carried out according to FIDIC.

    Candidates, who do not meet these minimum criteria, must not apply. 


    Main Responsibilities: 

    1. Project management including overall planning, budgeting, quality control, timely execution 
    2. Overseeing designing with timely inputs for site execution
    3. Overseeing material management and quality control 
    4. Mobilisation and Demobilisation of manpower 

    Salary: 
    Commensurate with qualification and experience in international market condition

    Interested candidates, strictly meeting above criteria, please apply in confidence with complete docs (Updated CV, Degree Certificates, Testimonials/Service certificate, Current Salary Slip and valid passport copy), immediately apply to reena@tyson-enterprises.com and tysonteam@gmail.com
      Recruiter Name:Reena

        Telephone:8097013484

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