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Automation company looking for English-speaking engineers

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Automation company looking for English-speaking engineers

Postby Blaquesmith » 07 Jul 2016, 13:08

I started working for an automation company recently, and they're looking for English-speaking mechanical/electronical engineers for customer service and machine design.

The company is based in Zhongli, kind of "close" to the Neili train station.

If someone is interested, just PM me.
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Re: Automation company looking for English-speaking engineers

Postby sacarellan » 14 Jul 2016, 13:36

Blaquesmith wrote:I started working for an automation company recently, and they're looking for English-speaking mechanical/electronical engineers for customer service and machine design.

The company is based in Zhongli, kind of "close" to the Neili train station.

If someone is interested, just PM me.


Hello Blake,

Are they accepting part-timers? Like on weekends?

Thanks!
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Re: Automation company looking for English-speaking engineers

Postby Jimmy_L » 22 Jul 2016, 14:55

Hi Blaquesmith, I would like to have a try with the English speaking customer service engineer that your company hiring, but I am new here i dunno how to pm you lol, can u drop me an email or reply? leeleongkim1984@gmail. com, thnx
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