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Job for TP SEE Field Service Engineer at Tetra Pak, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia  August 18, 2013 – 00:00
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Job Description:

Tetra Pak Arabia, a market company of Tetra Pak International, Sweden is the world's leading food processing and packaging company. Tetra Pak's motto Protects what's good Reflects the philosophy upon All which we conduite our business in order to make food safe and available everywhere. Operating in more than 165 markets with 20, 900 employed, Tetra Pak factotum believes in responsible industry leadership, Creating profitable growth in harmony with good corporate citizenship and sustainable approach to business.

Location: Jeddah - KSA

TP SEE Field Service Engineer

Bachelors degree or above in Electrical, Automation or Electrical Engineering. Good level of English and Arabic is more, 3 to 5 years of experience in similar duties. Must be well aware for the duties of Maintenance, Troubleshooting, Installation and Execution of Machines, Rebuilding for installing of machinery, Improvement of Equipment Kits and reinstate into Production environment with high level of customer satisfaction.

Unlimited prospects for the right candidates. We offer highly competitive packages and perks.

At times, organization decisions can affect the hiring speed of the position you for Applied. So you need To Remain positive and wait patiently for Their decision. If you are shortlisted, the use Will update your status application have or touch you Directly to arrange for an interview. Therefore, check your email and make safe your Regularly Contact details are up-to-date.

To Apply:

Send your updated CV with photocopies implementation of education and experience certificates with recent photograph to the Following address within ten days and make safe to quote the position Applied category on the envelope.

ABMIRZA & CO.

Pak Chambers 7, West Wharf Road, Karachi.

Post Box No. 5248.

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