Due to the need of high – qualified welders, the HR Department of the Giant Manufacturing Co. Ltd has ordered Vietnam Manpower to recruit 30 experienced welders to work in the Body Frame Manufacturing division in the whole process of the company. The method used to choose the best candidates would be the direct practical trade test carried out at VXT Training Center.
Taiwan Bicycles Manufacturing Company – The Giant established in 1972 in Dajia, Taichung County in the nation of Taiwan is a Taiwanese bicycle manufacturer, recognized as the world’s largest bicycle manufacturer. Giant has manufacturing facilities in Taiwan, the Netherlands, and China.
The Giant’s HR Department representatives came to visit our company – VXT Group to discuss with our company’s Board of Directors for this time’s recruitment as well as other campaigns in the near future because the Giant lacks a big number of factory workers. The Giant has been Vietnam Manpower’s biggest partner in Taiwan for many years so far. We have supplied hundreds of both male and female factory workers from Viet Nam for this esteemed company.
On the day of practical trade test: June 24, 2020, nearly 60 candidates were present at the VXT Training Center so early in the morning to be pre-checked and given the number for attendance. Each of them received a number of candidates as well as a labor protection uniform for the practical trade test. All were very excited to take the test as soon as possible then they could finish their work perfectly so that they could have a job opportunity working for the Giant Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
The candidate’s requirements are as follows:
- Age: 25- 38 years old
- Height: Above 165 cm
- Weight: Above 55 kg
- Education: High- school
- Marital Status: Not given
- No short -sighted, No color-blind
- No left- handed, No tattoo, No southern candidates.
In the Mig Mag welding test, most of all candidates convinced the employer with their professional skill in welding. Their responsibilities included interpreting blueprints, selecting appropriate tools and metals, measuring and assembling metal pieces, using cutting tools, determining gas ratios, drilling holes, and monitoring inventory.
The test ended successfully with 30 qualified welders selected by the Taiwanese representatives. This result satisfied both the Vietnam Manpower and the Giant sides. They said that they were surprised by the Vietnamese welders who had super high tech welding skills that they gained from long experience during the time working for many domestic and overseas projects.
The employer hoped Vietnam Manpower could help qualified workers to complete emigration formalities so that they could arrive to Taiwan
For further information, please contact:
Mr. Nguyen Nam
Hotline: (+84) 982.03.0366