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Mar 182017
 


We are seeking for fill the above positions in our of Project site in Kigoro, Muranga

Job Re Advertisement: Tower Crane Operator

Operates and ensures maintenance of all travelling, fixed or climbing type cranes with a vertical tower and a job

Operating cranes to life, move or place equipment and materials

Inspecting cranes and calculating capacities

Assembling lower cranes on site

Performing routine crane maintenance such as cleaning and lubrication

Complete job tickets, service quality summaries, and all other necessary paperwork.

Lift, position and place machinery, equipment or other large objects at construction sites and industrial facilities.

Drive trucks to worksites and unload trucks.

Technical Diploma and minimum of 5 years’ relevant experience in a large project

How to Apply

If you are who we are looking for and have the right skill set then send your application, CV with daytime telephone number as well as well as your last and expected salary on to hr.sogeasatomkenya@vinci-construction.com.

The position will remain open until filled {Do not attach copies of your certificates}.

Please include the position you are applying for in the subject line.

Disclaimer: Sogea Satom is an equal opportunity employer.

WE DO NOT CHARGE APPLICANTS AT ANY STAGE OF OUR RECRUITMENT PROCESS

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