Perfect Matches of Enterprises and Global Talents Facilitated by Contact TAIWAN in Mid-March
Source：Service Industry Promotion Center
From：Business Alliance Section
Representative from more than 60 companies joined the 2019 Employment Meetings
TAITRA hosted the “Contact TAIWAN One-on-One Employment Meeting” at Taipei International Convention Center (TICC) on March 15, 2019. The meeting attracted more than 600 foreign students and 60 companies which brought along more than 400 jobs opportunities. Most of the companies are looking for talents from the ASEAN countries.
Most of the foreign students are from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, National Taipei University of Technology., Ming Chuan University, National Taiwan University, National Chengchi University. Participated companies include Foxconn, HIWIN, TECO, Chipbond Tech, Siliconware Precision, ASUS, LITE-ON, Cheng Shin Rubber, Honchuan, Keding Enterprises, Taishin Bank, TOPKEY and NEWMAX. A variety of job opportunities are offered, including in marketing, finance, sales, engineering, PR and the manufacturing departments.
TAITRA has been commissioned by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) to implement the “Contact TAIWAN platform” to host “One-on-One Employment Meetings” for helping foreign talents with global ambitions to find suitable employers, and vice versa. MOEA has worked closely with various universities throughout Taiwan to facilitate and build a platform that potential employees and prospective employers can interact.
There are more than 40,000 foreign students in Taiwan. They have been well-educated, fluent in both Chinese and their native language, and has the capacity to navigate between different cultures. These global talents are great assets for Taiwan’s companies and can help accelerate the industry’s growth.
Mr. Emile M.P. Chang, Director-General, Department of Investment Services, MOEA said that MOEA is providing a more customized service for individual companies in order to enhance their competitiveness. Representatives from companies that attended the meeting provided positive feedbacks. On the other hand, students from Netherland, France, Poland, India, Vietnam, and Indonesia shared with us their fondness for Taiwan’s working and living environment, and greatly appreciated the opportunities to talk with several companies at once in the meeting. Some students brought along their Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCFL) certificates to help their chance of getting an offer.
This meeting is only the first (of three) employment meeting that seeks talented professionals worldwide to work in Taiwan, with more coming in April and May in Tainan and Hsinchu. Students will be able to meet and interview with Taiwanese enterprises from a wide range of industries interested in recruiting talent from all over the world. Participants will also have access to free employment services from Contact TAIWAN and consultation service from government agencies joint information desk (National Immigration Agency, Ministry of Labor and Ministry of Education)
For more information, please visit https://www.contacttaiwan.tw/event/2019event
or contact Mr. Steve Lee at TAITRA via 02-27255200 ext. 1967 or e-mail: email@example.com