Websites to put an ad to hire a temporary chemical engineer


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Sep8-13, 04:38 AM
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I would like to know if you can tell me the name of websites where I can put an ad to recruit a temporary chemical engineer.

I am looking for an alcohol technologist who can make the drawings of a small distillery for the production of extra neutral alcohol at 96.2% for beverages. The raw material to be used is sugar cane juice or crystal sugar. The capacity of this distillery is 500-1000 litres per day.

I would be grateful to you if someone can give me the details of websites where I can put a ad, if possible for free, to recruit this alcohol technologist.
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Sep8-13, 09:47 AM
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Just use the usual job sites like monster.com
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We have to pay if we want to use the usual job sites like monster.com and I would like to put an ad for free in a website that many chemical engineers look at

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Sep8-13, 02:25 PM
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Websites to put an ad to hire a temporary chemical engineer


You should be willing to pay for that service, IMO. That's the value that you get from job search websites.


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