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Looking to get a foothold in the engineering sector?
Trinidad and Tobago has a range of Engineering vacancies that can be found on www.caribbeanjobs.com.
These job opportunities are in both the Public and Private Sector.
There are roles for Managers, Engineers, Analysts, Technicians and more.
Persons with the right blend of qualifications and experience will be able to compete for the roles.
Here are 10 great Engineering jobs, available via www.caribbeanjobs.com:
Engineering Discipline Manager – Mechanical| Process| Civil/Structural| Instrumentation, Controls & Electrical
Heritage Petroleum Company Limited
Maintenance Discipline Lead
Heritage Petroleum Company Limited
Engineering Leader
Heritage Petroleum Company Limited
Operations Discipline Manager
Heritage Petroleum Company Limited
Core IP Engineer
Engineer II – Electrical Instrumentation and Controls
Sylvester Engineering Limited
Process Engineer II (Contract)
Sylvester Engineering Limited
Business Strategy & Development Analyst
The Power Generation Company of Trinidad & Tobago
Sr. Engineer, Chemical
Nutrien (formerly PCS Nitrogen Trinidad Limited)
Maintenance Technician
Kaleidoscope Paints Limited
Caribbeanjobs.com Tips (Caribbeanjobs.com Contributor Garth Francis MBA)
 Many recruiters spend less than a minute when reviewing an application.
Job seekers should make every effort to ensure that only relevant information is included when they send in their resume.
Be clear, concise and accurate when creating your resume.
For more information visit www.caribbeanjobs.com
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