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Engineering Jobs in Thailand

Driven by its economic growth, Thailand's energy demand is expected to rise by 4.8% in the next year; this is equivalent to approximately 1.94 million barrels of oil, per day. This growth is increasing the demand on companies to produce energy resources more efficiently and in larger quantities.

Fircroft assist resources companies in Thailand by providing local and expatriate engineers on a contract or permanent basis to meet their growing project demands.
 
We’ve supplied companies with a range of skilled technical professionals and continue to see an increase in demand for engineers in particular disciplines such as electrical engineering, piping designers, senior civil engineers and cost controllers.

If you are interested in working in Thailand please contact one of our local offices to discuss how Fircroft can assist you with your next career move.

For future job updates, register your details with Fircroft and we will email you any new opportunities as we receive them from our clients.

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    RAM Engineer
  • Location Bangkok
  • Job type Permanent
  • The Role: RAM Engineer Position Job Title: RAM Manager Function: Engineering Reports to: System Assurance...
    Field Service Engineer
  • Location Bangkok
  • Job type Permanent
  • The Role: We are looking for talent candidates to fill in a vacant position of Field Service Engineer...
    Project Controls Engineer
  • Location Bangkok
  • Job type Permanent
  • The Role: Responsible for providing support to the BD team with an active communication and documentation required by...
    LEAD ENGINEER ELECTRICAL
  • Location South Korea
  • Job type Contract
  • The Company: Our client is multinational oil and gas company The Role: Job description The engineer will be system...
    Sr. Tooling Engineer
  • Location Thailand - Other
  • Job type Permanent
  • The Role: • Support management for tooling activity • Define needs of new tool(renewal, capacity...

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