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Construction and Civil Engineers

West Asia


This construction/civil engineering company was established in the 1960’s and directly employs approximately 35 Pakistanis including engineers, storekeepers, draft persons/architect, administration, and accountancy staff. It aims to operate with integrity and bring a good quality design and construction service to its clients. It seeks to serve the church in Pakistan by modeling excellence, profitability, and service in a challenging economic, physical and spiritual environment. Work is undertaken throughout the country comprised of projects for commercial, industrial, educational and NGOs.


There is a continual need, and strategic competitive advantage, to add to their management team suitably qualified expat engineers who have experience in the construction industry, in financing projects, tendering, project and financial management. A university level engineering qualification is required together with professional registration in some form. Civil engineering is the most appropriate background, and additional architectural, management or financial qualifications would enhance a candidate’s suitability. There are medium and long-term prospects to develop the company and grow the role. Working in this business would offer you an opportunity to bless the country, provide a service to an under-privileged minority community, as well as to relate to the majority community. English is the language of business; however Urdu language learning would be a requirement.


Many BAM companies in the regions where we work can pay competitive local-level salaries for qualified individuals. Expats are generally expected to have an additional financial support structure to provide for needs of repatriation, health insurance requirements, etc.

Our Mission Global team will walk with you along the way – from application to deployment. Training, administrative support and mission coaching will be provided, along with assistance for promotional and fundraising efforts.

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