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WorleyParsons Job Openings | US | Australia | Qatar

WorleyParsons delivers projects, provides expertise in engineering, procurement and construction and offers a wide range of consulting and advisory services. We cover the full lifecycle, from creating new assets to sustaining and enhancing operating assets, in the hydrocarbons, mineral, metals, chemicals and infrastructure sectors. Our resources and energy are focused on responding to and meeting the needs of our customers over the long term and thereby creating value for our shareholders.n 2002 Worley became a publicly listed company on the Australian Stock Exchange leading to a period of acquisitions of increasing magnitude around the globe, including companies in Canada, Oman, and China.

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Senior water Treatment Engineer USA Apply
Senior water Treatment Engineer USA Apply
Chief Process Engineer USA Apply
Procurement Coordinator USA Apply
Regional Manager USA Apply
Senior Contracts Manager USA Apply
Senior Hydrogeologist USA Apply
Senior Hydrogeologist USA Apply
Senior Proposal Coordinator USA Apply
Plant Maintenance Manager USA Apply
Senior Civil Designer Australia Apply
Structural Engineer (Marine) Australia Apply
QA/QC Coordinator – E&I Australia Apply
Marine Environmental Scientist Australia Apply
Senior Consultant – Contract Services Australia Apply
Associate – Contract Services Australia Apply
Environmental Engineer Australia Apply
Environmental Scientist Australia Apply
Marine Project Engineer Australia Apply
Marine Structures Engineer Australia Apply
Business Reporting Systems Manager Australia Apply
Senior Project Engineer (Eastern) Australia Apply
Lead Mechanical Engineer (Rotating) Australia Apply
Senior Project Engineer (Eastern) Qatar Apply
Lead Mechanical Engineer (Rotating) Qatar Apply

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