100 Engineers Being Recruited By Kentz

Kentz, the Clonmel, Co Tipperary based Engineering Company is set to recruit more than 100 engineers as part of its recent expansion in Australia.

Kentz is a global engineering specialist solutions provider with over 10,000 employees operating in 26 countries worldwide. It provides specialist Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) services, Construction, and Technical Support Services to clients in the energy and resources sectors.

Kentz is listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange (symbol: KENZ).

The company is looking to fill more than 100 positions for experienced electricians and instrument technicians to work on its $400 million Australian dollars contracts in oil and gas projects procured in Australia over the past 18 months.

Kentz are looking for electricians with industrial experience from a construction background. Those with high voltage switching and commissioning experience in industrial plants are of particular interest. Instrument technicians experienced in loop checking and calibrating instruments in industrial facilities, together with electricians and instrument technicians with oil and gas experience are of particular interest.

Posts will be long term contracts, offered on a rotational basic – that is 12 weeks on, two weeks off with flights back home included.

A company spokesperson said that domestic or commercial type experience may not be relevant for these roles.

Interviews will be held in the Kentz, Clonmel office at Gurtnafleur, Clonmel, Co Tipperary, during the third week of September and personnel recruited can expect to begin work by the end of October 2010.

Those suitably qualified and interested in applying, can click here to apply on line.


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