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Employer Deputy General Manager (Contracts & Quantity Surveying)


Applications are called from citizens of Sri Lanka for the above post.
B.Sc. Degree in Quantity Surveying from a recognized University or equivalent with 12 years
minimum post-qualification experience of which a minimum of 6 years should be after obtaining full
professional qualification i.e. Corporate membership of Institute of Quantity Surveying Sri Lanka
(IQSSL) or equivalent qualification recognized by IQSSL.
Age: Below 45 years
Salary Scale: Rs.39,255 – 15x1100 – 55,755/-
Method of Recruitment: Selection will be made on the order of merit determined by an Interview
Job Description:
Establish best practices in Quantity Surveying and train staff to perform duties to the required
Supervise, monitor and develop the performance of the units to ensure viable, effective and profitable
Carry out business development/ job promotion activities towards the development of the unit.
Applications with copies of certificates should be sent under Registered Cover addressed to the
General Manager, Central Engineering Consultancy Bureau, No. 415, Bauddhaloka Mawatha,
Colombo 7 to reach him on or before 10th March, 2011.


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Published at 23-02-2011
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