IN SEARCH of EXCELLENCE

SQUARE TEXTILES DIVISION is a venture of SQUARE GROUP, which has the most sophisticated vertically integrated composite RMG setups in the country. SQUARE Textiles Division is producing the best quality yarns, denim fabrics, woven fabrics, knit fabrics and readymade garments for the leading brands in the world. Right now we are looking for smart, energetic and result oriented team members, who will share our pride with us and support our continuous growth. If you think you have what it takes to be a member of SQUARE, do not wait to apply as:

Team Leader – Electrical Engineering Team (Senior Manager)

Major Duties and responsibilities:

  • To lead the Electrical Engineering Team of a production units (Fabrics & Garments).
  • Supervising, monitoring of routine electrical works. And troubleshooting.
  • To plan and execute all works on power generation, transmission and distribution.
  • To check and maintain factory electrical and fire safety compliance.
  • To work on energy saving planning and implementation.

Pre-requisite to apply:

  • B. Sc. in Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) from any reputed university.
    BUET, RUET, KUET, CUET, MIST, IUT, AUST will be preferred.
  • Minimum 7 years practical experience in the relevant field of any large manufacturing industry.
  • Good communication skill and well conversant with Computer applications.
  • Age:  Maximum 40 years.

Work Station: Factory at Bhaluka, Mymensingh

Application procedure:

Please apply with a complete Resume along with two recent passport size color photographs & a photocopy of National ID card within Sunday, December 16, 2018 addressing to the Assistant General Manager, HR & Admin Department, Square Textiles Division, Head Office, Mascot Plaza (10th – 12th Floor), Sector # 7, Uttara, Dhaka-1230 or send to email: career.stxl@squaregroup.com

Position applied for must be mentioned at the top of the envelope/Email subject
Only short-listed candidates will be called for further selection process

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