The engineering department in Djibouti is involved with all activities aimed to restore and to maintain in best condition the installations and port facilities, as well as boats, navigation aids, handling equipment and the assistance for technical ships. Engineering productivity has shown momentous growth over the years and has reached records due to the high availability of equipment.
There are currently no vacancies.
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