A recent study found that fewer infrastructure projects are being delayed in the Middle East.
Delays spanning less than a month have recorded a 12% drop between 2012 and 2018, and PwC Middle East's Capital Projects and Infrastructure Survey revealed that the situation appears to be improving.
This improvement is likely to benefit the Middle East's construction professionals.
BuildingMENA.com, the Middle East's only construction-specific job portal, has more than 100 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, many of which are in Kuwait, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia.
Click on the following links to check out this week's top jobs:
- Project director – buildings (UAE)
- Principal electrical engineer (Saudi Arabia)
- Forensic planner / delay analyst (UAE)
- Factory manager (Saudi Arabia)
- Senior engineer – airport pavements (Kuwait)
- Project director (Saudi Arabia)
- Corrosion engineer (UAE)
- Engineering manager (Kuwait)
- Project manager (India)
- Principal mechanical engineer (Saudi Arabia)
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