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Job Fair for International Students
[ Issue 148 Page 4 ] Wednesday, March 29, 2017, 23:40:53 Wan Ju Kang Senior Staff Reporter soarhigh@kaist.ac.kr

Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) and the National Institute for International Education (NIIED) are jointly organizing a job fair for international job-seekers in Korea on the third floor of COEX, Seoul from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on October 6 and 7. Powered by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, the fair will host over 100 recruiting firms, each advertising vacancies in part-time, full-time, or internship positions.

The two-day event consists of individual job interviews, recruitment fair, special talks by currently employed foreigners, and visa counseling by the Ministry of Justice. Some of the recruiters that international students from KAIST may find most relevant include Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), a public utilities provider and research institute, looking forward to add five more researchers to their workforce, Hyosung Goodsprings, offering positions for mechanical engineers and technicians for the manufacture of industrial pumps, and Komax Industrial, searching for sales-related managers in their business of manufacturing rubber and plastic products for household use.

   
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A pre-event online registration is strongly recommended to get a head start over the on-the-spot registrants when it comes to the individual employment interviews and to enter a raffle for freebies at the fair. This web page http://jobfair.contactkorea.go.kr/index.jsp is home to more information about the registration process, which accepts applications until noon on September 23, after which recruiters will have ample time to review submitted applications until the actual job fair. The same web page holds detailed information about each of the job openings, tabulated with the job description, firm overview, salary range, and workplace location. Online registrants will be notified by September 30 about their interview schedule at the fair. Participants, whether online or walk-in registrants, are reminded that bringing several copies of their curriculum vitae (CV) would be helpful and that participation at the job fair is free of charge.

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