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Husni Rafaudeen Cost Engineer
The HR Manager,
Dear Sir/ Madam,
APPLICATION FOR THE POSTR OF QUANTITY SURVEYOR/ ESTIMATOR/ COST ENGINEER/ PROCUREMENT ENGINEER/ COST CONTROL ENGINEER/ SALES ENGINEER/ CIVIL ENGINEER
I am a Sri Lankan Professional Quantity Surveyor, now I am working in Doha, Qatar. I have experience in Qatar, Dubai, UAE, Sri Lanka.
I would like to be considered for the position of above mention posts. The position seems an ideal opportunity for me as it matches my experience, knowledge and career aspirations.
As you can see from my resume, I have amassed 4+ years of significant progressive experience in Building Construction Industries during my career. I have participated in more construction projects, all of them were successful.
My progressive experience has provided me with the opportunity to develop strong client relation building skills and an ability to lead multi-disciplinary teams. I am experienced at applying the principals of civil engineering when planning, designing and overseeing the construction and maintenance of structures and facilities.
I enclose my resume for your review and look forward to meeting with you in the near future should you have any questions or require clarification on any information please contact me.
I would welcome the opportunity to talk to you and I hope that you for your time and I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Quantity Surveyor/ Estimator
+974 66 958 955
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