Frequently Asked Questions
The best way is to submit an online application in response to one of SMEC’s advertised positions. When you have completed the online application process, your CV is stored in SMEC’s CV database.
SMEC offers a broad range of career opportunities around the world. However, the Company may not sponsor a candidate who is ineligible to work in a specific country. If you believe you have the required skills and experience for a position, please feel free to make an application.
Due to the high level of interest in opportunities with SMEC, it is not possible for our hiring managers to liaise with every candidate. A hiring manager will contact you should your skill-set and experience match one of our opportunities.
You may submit your details into SMEC’s CV database at any time via SMEC’s Job Search site. After creating a user account, you can elect to receive ‘Job Alert’ email notifications for jobs that match your preferences.
Yes. Although you may be considered for future job opportunities that match your skills and experience, an online application for each job vacancy will allow you to save the job to your profile and actively express your interest in the position to SMEC. Occasionally, a job application may request new information (that you did not provide previously) in order to determine your eligibility for the role.
A ‘National’ position type is a job opportunity that attracts the local terms and conditions of where the position is based. An ‘International’ position type is a job opportunity that attracts expatriate terms and conditions. Where a position type is ‘National/International’, the job opportunity is open to both local and expatriate applicants.
Anyone who is interested in joining SMEC is welcome to submit an application. SMEC is an equal opportunity employer. Job postings are not intended for recruitment agencies. SMEC will not accept responsibility for any fees related to unsolicited applications from recruitment agencies