Solar Installation Assistant - Swimsol Maldives

Application ends: 03 March 2024

What we do
Swimsol developed the world’s first floating solar system for a marine environment. It provides solar energy for tropical island states like the Maldives where onshore space is scarce. The energy produced by Swimsol is non-polluting and, moreover, cheaper than the diesel generators commonly used on those islands.

What we want you for
For our RoofSolar & SolarSeaTM photovoltaic installations & maintenance work we are looking for motivated, reliable and knowledge-seeking people to join our multi-national team.
• Assist assembling SolarSeaTM floating platforms
• Climbing ladders and working at heights
• Using power tools (battery drill, hammer drill, chop saw, etc.)
• Working in the sun
• If agreed and with required qualifications: working in the water, maintaining our SolarSeaTM floating platforms
• Regular reporting to the management on site and abroad
• Travelling mainly within Maldives and being away from your home base for 2-6 weeks
• Maintaining an excellent relationship with our valuable customers
• Great communication skills; respectful treatment of colleagues and clients

Our ideal candidate has
• Confidence and excellent communication skills
• G.C.E O-Level or higher
• Excellent command of written and spoken Dhivehi and English
• Enthusiasm for going the extra-mile and willingness to work in a multi-national team
• Experience: Candidates with experience in similar post in the field will be an added advantage

Our offer
• Negotiable salary based on qualifications and experience
• Variable allowance based on level of effort
• Health Insurance

Application Requirements
• Up-to-date resumé
• Clear copy of National ID card
• Educational Certificates
• Letter of employment from previous employer
• Police clearance
• Recent passport size photo

Interested candidates please send your application along with the above requirements to Head of Human Resources, Swimsol Maldives Private Limited:  before 3rd March 2024.

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