Working with Mushrif

At Mushrif, we pride ourselves on producing the highest quality standards in construction. This can only be achieved through attracting, hiring and retaining the right people. We recognise that engaging high calibre employees from a diversity of backgrounds enables us to embrace knowledge and experience in pursuit of delivering optimal solutions for our clients.

We are fully committed to enabling our employees, and strongly believe that employee satisfaction is essential to making the organisation successful. This success is achieved through offering our employees a broad value proposition, which includes:

  • Working with a recognised industry leader covering a multitude of specialised civil and MEP (mechanical, electrical and plumbing) construction services
  • Being part of a community centric culture built on family values
  • Competitive compensation packages and benefit entitlements
  • Sustainable career development opportunities
  • Job specific as well as general training and skills development programmes
  • Financial assistance for approved courses, conferences and workshops
  • Continuous support from colleagues, management, HR, and other technical specialists

Our recruitment process

To enter into the recruitment process, you need to meet the minimum skills and qualification requirements of the job for which you wish to apply, hold a valid passport and meet the mandated Kuwait Visa requirements.

The recruitment process involves an evaluation completed by the recruitment team and the hiring manager and can include technical or psychometric assessment. All employment offers are subject to applicants qualifying for a Kuwait residency visa.

Visa Requirements:

Residency visas: Any expatriate who is not a GCC citizen and wants to live and/or work in Kuwait, must have a Kuwait residence visa or iqama. There are two types of residency visas namely a work visa or a dependant visa. Both require a local sponsor.

  •  Work visas: Work visas, or iqamas, are issued with a valid offer of employment. The employer then acts as a sponsor for the expatriate whilst they are employed in Kuwait. For the visa application procedure, one needs to provide the Company with attested educational qualifications, a Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) and medical certificate. The duration of the visa usually varies between two to three months. Once in the country, the expatriate must immediately apply for a residency permit. The visa is replaced in the passport with a residency permit, which is valid for up to two years. A civil ID will also be issued to the new resident.
  • Dependent visas: Upon obtaining residency in Kuwait, an employed person can bring their spouse and children to live with them in Kuwait on a dependant visa. Supporting documents required to apply for the visa include valid passports, marriage and birth certificates and all must be authenticated in the country of origin by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Kuwait Embassy in that country.

Should you be interested in registering your résumé on our candidate database, please upload your résumé and contact details to our careers portal