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The Directorate of Human Resources and Civil Service Training reports that two Work Inspectors are sought for Monaco’s Public Works Department for a fixed period, with an initial three-month trial period (Journal de Monaco no 8342/recruitment notice n° 2017-160).
Candidates must hold a Baccalaureate or recognised equivalent diploma in construction and have at least three years’ experience in building site monitoring, public works and, in particular, collaboration with the contracting authority.
In the absence of the previous condition, the hopeful applicant should possess a BEP or an recognised equivalent diploma and have at least five years’ professional experience in building site monitoring and public works.
The contender should be of good character, fluent in French (read, written, spoken), have mastered the use of IT management tools and have good interpersonal skills.
A cover letter, up-to-date curriculum vitae and a copy of titles and references must be included in the application submission by August 20, 2017, which can be completed online or sent by post to the Human Resources and Public Service Training Department, Stade Louis II – Entrance H -1, avenue des Castelans – BP 672, MC 98014 Monaco Cedex.
Incomplete or out-of-date applications will not be considered and priority will be given to candidates of Monegasque nationality.
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