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About Masana Bruin Ntuli
27 year old graduate,National Diploma in building and civil engineering(NQF6) over five years working experience within the industry.
I am a 27 year old Civil Engineering graduate from Central Johannesburg College, where I completed my National Diploma (NQF LEVEL 6) in Building and Civil Engineering as well as my Certificates (N3, N4, N5, and N6). My major modules include Building Administration, Structural Construction, Structural Surveying as well as Quantity Surveying. I was previously employed as a Junior Construction Project Manager (Junior official) and Civil Engineering Technician in Roads Construction Projects, I have worked with various Departments Including PRASA CRES (currently) and the Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport and also different contractors and consulting engineers with over Five (5) years’ experience within this field.
I possess the relevant skills and experience of what amounts to a degree of competence in carrying out civil engineering and site management tasks. Experience has also enhanced my skills in terms of construction, Construction project management, quantity surveying as well as roads construction, earth works, storm water and its understanding.
In the past few years, I have learnt how to build strong relationships with all departments at an organization as well as to use my knowledge and be innovative in my duties.
I am looking for a role that will continue to expand my capabilities and challenge me in a positive way.
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