Position Detail
Assistant Engineer - Stations Maintenance
Posting Date : 04 Mar 2019 | Closing Date :02 Jun 2019
Industry Specialization : Architecture / Building & Construction / Infrastructure
Type of Employment : Permanent
Minimum Experience : 3 Years
Work Location : Singapore

Assistant Engineer – Stations Maintenance


WALK-IN RECRUITMENT ROADSHOW – 13 March 2019 (Wednesday)

Time : 10.00am to 12.00 pm / 2.00pm to 4.00pm

Venue: SMRT HQ (251 North Bridge Road S179102)

             (Opposite Raffles City Shopping Centre, beside Chijmes)



  • Diploma in Civil/Structural/Building/Estate Management
  • Island-wide stations, depots and tunnels
  • Must be willing to work on rotating shift
  • Class 3 Driving License is required



Candidate will perform:

  • Manage and lead a team to perform preventive and corrective maintenance works in accordance with requirements  
  • Raise work order, plan and supervise Contractor rectification of defects works
  • Data entries on maintenance orders, work permit application and work status record
  • Inspect new upgraded areas in stations
  • Attend training to improve productivity and safety procedures
  • Rectify system faults and complaint
  • Taking charge of hand tools and equipment




     Diploma in Civil/Structural/Building/Estate Management

     Min 3 years’ experience in buildings/estate/facilities maintenance and contract supervision

     Good communication skill and good team player required




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