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THPC invests in its Lao personnel, looking to attract and develop talent that can help the company perform to its maximum potential. The company employs professionals from a wide range of fields including electrical and mechanical engineers, maintenance and operations experts, health and safety officers, social workers, medical staff, environmental scientists, agricultural extension agents and legal and administrative staff. Most personnel are based at the project site in Khammouane province, with others at offices in Vientiane and Lak Sao, or in project villages.

THPC is a majority Lao-owned company, and 99% of our staff are Lao nationals. The well-being and professional progress of our employees is of paramount importance. In addition to a competitive salary and benefits package, THPC offers training opportunities plus excellent living conditions for staff and their families based at the main company site in Khammouane. Facilities include spacious housing, top-class sports facilities, a fully-equipped medical clinic and a private school.

If you are looking for a career with a high-profile company dedicated to expanding the development possibilities of Laos, look for vacancies on this website or in the local press.

 

 

 

 

The Theun-Hinboun Power Company is owned by three companies: EDL-Gen of Laos with 60%, and GMS International and SN Power, each with a 20% stake. THPC currently employs about 200 people, at the main project compound in Khammouane, in social program offices around the project area, and at the head office in Vientiane. Over 99% of personnel are Lao.

Operation of the power plant is subcontracted to SN Power while financial management is handled by GMS. THPC is governed by a Board of Directors and an Executive Committee.

The company is dedicated to developing Lao hydropower resources in the most efficient and sustainable way to help the country expand its development possibilities. We believe well-managed hydropower projects can bring long-term benefits to the people and the environment around the project area, as well as to the national economy.

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