Site Supervision Professionals required for the Construction of one of the largest power plants (100 MW Solar PV (photovoltaic)) facilities in Ethiopia.
This is only one of the partnership initiatives that Khulisana Investment Holding (T/A KIH Energy) have embarked on to promote new generation and increase access to electricity in Africa.
KIH Energy have been sub-contracted by their European client to assist with the Engineering supervision and basic design aspects of Renewable Energy projects in Africa, and to vet and interview the Construction Professional Team.
Positions: Site Manager, Civil, Mechanical & Electrical Supervisors, Health Safety & Environmental Supervisor, Quality Control Supervisor and Construction Support.
Requirements: Degree or diploma relevant discipline or in related field; Supervising of large utility scale power generation construction projects; At least 5 years’ experience in Engineering or Construction Companies; Experience in the construction of HV/MV substations.
Monthly salary USD Dollars $2000 to $ 5000 negotiable, excluding accommodation and transport that will be provided. Each supervisor is expected to work 6 days a week for 8 hours. The contracts are typically 12 to 18 months.
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Khulisana, which means to grow together, is a black-owned investment company founded by a group of ambitious and enterprising young professionals. They partner and help South African’s grow their wealth.
A globally experienced team that spans expertise in engineering, corporate strategy and finance. Go the extra mile to ensure that value is unlocked, and growth is achieved. Full empowerment credentials (level 1)
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