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Hiring Factory Workers for AAEON Taiwan


Company: AAEON

Company Profile: Founded in 1992, AAEON is the world's leading manufacturer of advanced industrial embedded computer platform design, manufacturing, industrial 4.0 and IoT smart solutions. AAEON is committed to product innovation and provides complete hardware, service, and system integration solutions for system integrators and OEM/ODM customers worldwide. AAEON provides customers with high-quality, high-reliability computing platforms, including embedded single-board computers, industrial-grade motherboards, PC/104, PICMG, COM modules, embedded computer systems, industrial-grade liquid crystal displays, and industrial-grade LCDs. Computer systems, portable rugged tablets, network security devices, image monitoring devices, IoT gateway products and related accessories. At the same time, AAEON also provides customers with one-stop shopping and highly flexible customized services from product concept development, research and development, mass production and after-sales service. AAEON continues to pursue innovation and excellence and joined the Asus Group in 2011. Under the attention of ASUS Group's advanced technology support and abundant resources, AAEON's leadership in the industry has been strengthened. Looking forward to the future, AAEON will provide customers with higher quality and more embedded products and IoT smart solutions with world-class design and manufacturing standards. AAEON is a member of the Intel® Internet of Things Solutions Alliance.

 Position: Factory Workers
Location: New Taipei, Taiwan

Qualifications:
Female
No Height and weight limit
Must be High School Graduate
Ex-Taiwan is accepted
Must have electronics experience
With experience in repairing a motherboard
Strictly No Tattoo
No color blind
Not late registered 20yrs. Old and above 

Agency: GRAND PLACEMENT & GENERAL SERVICES CORP.
Address: 1636 F. Agoncillo St., Malate Manila Metro


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