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Taiwan Hiring: Engineers For Acbel Polytech Inc (Kinpo)


Company Name: Acbel Polytech Inc.

Overview:
AcBel Polytech Inc. has recognized innovation,  harmony and transcendence as our business philosophy, and we always put customer satisfaction as the first priority. AcBel has become one of the leading developers, manufactures and sellers of power management solutions in the world and our solutions are applied to the products of a number of industry leaders.
Location:
Danjing Rd., Sec 3 Tamsui District, New Taipei City, Taiwan

Products:
Power supplies ranging from 3W up to 10,000W per power module, LED Lighting, Power Line Communication, AC to DC Converter, AC/DC Adapters

Qualifications:
-Male, 21 years old and above
-Engineering Graduate major in Electronics and Communication or any related in Electronics
-At least 1year working experience in engineering works

How to apply?
Visit and apply personally at Luzern International Manpower Services at Unit 3 Benitez Townhomes, Benitez St., Malate, Manila. Bring necessary documents like passport, UMID, Diploma and Transcript of Records.



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