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Myanmar - Rakhine State
Full Time
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09 Aug 2021

Experience level

Experienced Non-Manager

Job Function

Engineering, Technical, HSE

Min Education Level

Bachelor Degree

Job Description

1. Dock with the Environmental Protection Bureau during the construction period.
2. Responsible for various environmental protection permits during the construction period.
3. Assist environmental monitoring agencies to conduct evaluations and submit reports
4. Responsible for the construction quality and progress of environmental protection facilities during the construction period.

Open To

New graduates

Job Requirements

1. Fresh graduates of key universities or retired engineers and cadres of the Environmental Protection Agency.
2. Senior engineers of environmental monitoring agencies
3. Familiar with Myanmar's environmental protection and safety laws and regulations, and mainly coordinate external work.

4.Comimunicat effectively in Chinese

5.strong professional knowledge.

What We Can Offer


Reward for over performance
Travel allowance
sat&sunday off
overtime payment


Fun Working environment
International Standard
Join in experienced team
Fortune Global 500

Career Opportunities

Training provided
Learned new skill on the job
Promotion opportunities

About Our Company

KYAUK PHYU ELECTRIC POWER CO., LTD is co-invested by POWER CHINA RESOURCE LIMITED (PCR) and Supreme Power Investments Pte. Ltd, was established on March 27th, 2019 in Yangon, Myanmar. PCR is a stated-owned company in China and Supreme is a native company . PCR ranked 162th among Fortune Global 500. KPEPC is responsible for investment, construction, operation and management of the Kyauk Phyu Gas-fired Combined Cycle Power Station Project. Project is located in Kyauk Phyu Town, Rakhine State of Myanmar, with capacity of 135 MW, composed of two gas turbines, two heat recovery steam generators and one steam turbine, occupying 15 acres land as site area.