Contract awards worth $148.7bn (AED546.1bn) are due to be awarded in the Gulf this year.
The contracts will cover regional building, infrastructure, and energy construction projects.
Rising oil prices and government spending will fuel demand for contract awards across the GCC, according to Ventures Onsite.
These contract awards will also generate numerous jobs for construction professionals in the Middle East.
BuildingMENA.com, the Middle East's only construction-specific job portal, has more than 120 jobs listed this week.
In the following pages, Construction Week outlines 10 of this week's top job vacancies in the Middle East's construction sector, seven of which are in the growing markets of the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
Click on the links below for details of this week's top 10 jobs, which include:
- Forensic planner / delay analyst (UAE)
- Project director (Saudi Arabia)
- MEP planning engineer (UAE)
- Engineering manager (Kuwait)
- Commercial manager – oil and gas (UAE)
- Contracts manager (Saudi Arabia)
- Project manager (India)
- Marine engineer (UAE)
- Design manager (Philippines)
- Principal mechanical engineer (Saudi Arabia)