Facilities Engineer

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ARGC- Manpower Consultants, clients are major international Oil, Gas, Energy & Constructions companies, seeking well experienced & hard working Indian candidates to join their ever growing and vast team. ARGC- Manpower Consultants is a professional HR, Recruitment and manpower contract staffing company in India and provides the all types of Indian manpower like managers, engineers, accountants, supervisors, skilled technicians and semiskilled workforce from India to different industries for their projects in the Middle East, Far East, Europe and American Continents. If you are looking for recruiting Indian manpower for your company kindly mail your requirement to [email protected]


Facilities engineers typically conduct research, collect information, and analyze reports, blueprints, topographical and geologic data, and use the findings when planning projects. Their responsibilities include estimating the costs and use of labour, equipment and materials, determining the feasibility of a project, and providing clients and management with the relevant reports.


Facilities Engineer Job Description

Facilities engineer jobs involve taking on many hats and roles, and they can be much diversified in nature. Facilities engineers work in the broader field of civil engineering, and their job is to apply their knowledge of engineering principles in the planning, development, design, and maintenance of facilities and various building structures, which can range from bridges, dams, channels, roads, and railroads to airports, pipelines, water and sewage systems, and power plants.

The typical day-to-day duties of a facilities engineer include going into work, checking their email or help box to see if anyone has reported any new problems, and then logging in any problems that arise. Next they will go out and perform an assessment of the situation, and call in experts from relevant fields to discuss the problem and find a solution. Facilities engineers are responsible for determining which solutions will be implemented and for setting the priorities and estimating costs and deadlines. Their duties can include calling for quotes on projects that were set up for the day, drafting contracts, and overseeing maintenance and custodial operations. The facilities engineer may also file for rebates and refunds for different products or services when necessary, as well as handle any insurance requests. All in all, this is a highly skilled, diversified job that takes a lot of time, effort and focus and involves managing an entire organization, but the work itself can be very rewarding once the project is complete.


Skills and qualifications

Facilities engineers must have an excellent knowledge of engineering, design, technology, construction, and mathematics. They usually have academic degrees in civil engineering, construction engineering, structural engineering, or geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering.

Facilities engineer jobs are an excellent career choice for people who care about maintenance of property. The engineers must have an excellent knowledge of procurement rules and contract management. They must understand the importance of cultivating a high level of maintenance at all times.

If you feel that you are ready to take the step up and make the move that will change your career, then this is the move for you through ARGC Manpower Consultants. If you have the relevant skills and experience, then please apply by following the links provided [email protected]



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