TECO Zeroes in on Automotive-Electronic and New-Energy Talents


During the talent recruitment fair held on the campus of National Taiwan University on March 4, TECO Group zeroed in on automotive-electronics and new-energy talents for such works as R&D, energy engineering, information, marketing, and administration, plus 50 openings for overseas positions. Sophia Chiu, TECO chairperson, welcomed college graduates with ambition, passion, and ideas daring to dream big and seek its materialization to become members of the TECO family, which offers ample all-round opportunities for their career development. 

The aforementioned 50 overseas openings are for management trainees to work in Southeast Asia, mainly Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia, as part of the group's plan expand the its presence in the region. In addition to professional skills, the group hopes to solicit people with global perspective. TECO HR chief pointed out that the company has complete talent cultivation program, including internship, both in Taiwan and abroad, job rotation, and overseas assignments, offering diversified career development opportunities for employees.

The focus for the campus talent recruitment mirrors the company's development strategy for fulfilling the vision of "energy conservation, emission, intelligence, and automation" in recent years, in line with the global current of net zero carbon emission and energy transformation.

Thanks to the efforts, TECO has been included in DISI Emerging Markets Index and S&P Global Sustainability Yearbook for three years in a row and granted Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Award (TCSA) for nine consecutive years, plus on the list of top 5% in TWSE corporate governance evaluation for eight years in a row. In recent years, the company has spared no effort in providing various systematic solutions for energy generation, energy storage, and energy conservation via the three major business groups of electromechanical system and automation, smart energy, and air conditioning and smart life, thereby attaining good performance in revenue and profits continuously. A noticeable item is e-vehicle powertrain, a self-developed product featuring power modularization and smart monitoring, which has been included, as the only one for the item, in the supply chain for the government's DMIT program. The company has also been developing motor and air conditioning, both its core businesses, in the direction of turnkey energy solutions.

During the campus fair, TECO Group also offered openings for management trainees for the service sector, mainly for its affiliated dining businesses.