Ms. Karen Cheung, the Industry and University Collaboration Manager of the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, and employers from WIZNET Ltd (http://www.wiznet.co.kr/en/), .willflow Ltd (http://www.willflow.com/) and PixoPixel Ltd (http://www.pixopixel.com), delivered a career talk for the Faculty of Engineering on 6 November 2008.
According to Ms. Cheung, the Hong Kong Science Park will expand to a capacity of 15 thousands workforces at the completion of Phase 3 development. Their Phase 2 development has been completed and there are currently around 6 thousands employees. There will be 9 thousands new job opportunities available in the coming few years.View the video message from Ms. Cheung:
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Hong Kong Science Park, the leading centre for science and technology development in Hong Kong and home to more than 200 technology companies, is now available for both local and overseas students and graduates in Information Engineering, Computer Engineering, E-Communication Engineering, Electrical Engineering and other science disciplines. The rapid development in the Park’s focus clusters is spurring HKSTP partners to actively recruit engineers, talents, graduates and intern students of all backgrounds. Science Park’s focus clusters include integrated circuits and electronics, telecommunications and information technology, optoelectronics and precision engineering, biotechnology and life sciences, as well as environmental protection and energy conservation. All internship and career opportunities are listed at https://talent.hkstp.org.