Junior demolition engineer sought to assist Haiti reconstruction project.
Back at the end of March, we reported exclusively that David Sinclair – industry veteran and former NFDC and EDA president – had been appointed as the United Nations’ Demolition Engineer and charged with the unenviable task of drawing up a demolition masterplan for the island of Haiti following the devastating earthquake in January.
Five months on and Sinclair and his team are seeking assistance in the form of a junior demolition engineer for what promises a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the successful candidate.
“We’re looking for a Junior Demolition Engineer with a minimum of five years’ experience in the industry in managing demolition projects,” says Sinclair. “Some knowledge of the French language would be advantageous.”
Anyone interested in this incredible learning opportunity should contact: Mr Jean Sebastian Roca, UNOPS Project Manager, HTOC, Port au Prince, Haiti. Email address is firstname.lastname@example.org