Arquivo de 7 de Setembro, 2017

Não está interessado numa missão na China?


A convite da “Zhejiang Provincial Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs” a APCS fez deslocar o Dr. Jorge Ferreira à República Popular da China a fim de participar num conjunto de eventos relacionado com a promoção da colaboração de consultores portugueses em projectos a decorrer na China.

Eis aqui algumas, entre muitas outras, das propostas para consultores:


Mechanical design professional, Zhejiang Jiecang Linear Motion Technology Co., Ltd., Xinchang – Have experience of leading the design of gear drive products, solving the problem of gear drive efficiency, noise, lifetime. No specific time to China.

Mechanical design professional, Zhejiang Jiecang Linear Motion Technology Co., Ltd., Xinchang  – Have experience of leading the design of a variety of mechanical struture, researching and solving difficult problems in this field. No specific time to China.

Automation and control, Zhejiang Jiecang Linear Motion Technology Co., Ltd., Xinchang – Have experience of overall product design with motor control part of embedded system. No specific time to China.

Pharmaceutical chemistry, Zhejiang Jingxin Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., Xinchang City – More than 5 years working experience in large medical institutions.

Mechanical manufacturing, Zhejiangsanhua Intelligent Control Co., LTD. – Experience in electronic expansion valve, four way reversing valve design, process, quality.

Mechanical or Electromechanical Engineer, Zhejiang TaiTan Co., Ltd. – With working experience more than 5 years in textile machinery field.

Expert (engineer?) in refrigeration system, Zhejiang Tongxing Refrigeration Co., Ltd. – No requirement on education background and language. Working address will be located in Xinchang.

Bachelor degree or above (Aircraft design, Aerodynamics or mechanical design), Wanfeng Auto Holding Group. – Studied abroad or worked in foreign large companies, 10 or more years of experience in aviation field.

Doctor in casting, testing or designing, Wanfeng Auto Holding Group. – Studied abroad or worked n foreign large companies, 15 years of experience in magnesium alloy field. Familiar with the automotive industry and magnesium alloy

Experts for driving motor and control technology, Zhejiang Xinchai Co., Ltd. – More than 5 years working experience (in this industry).

Doctor degree, Xinchang Plastic Cement Limites Company. – Polymer material, and have many experience.

Senior engineer, Zhejiang TOMAN precision machinery Co., Ltd. – With experience for Gear equipment, especially the gear grinding machine equipment designed and developed more than 10 years.

Senior engineer, Zhejiang TOMAN precision machinery Co., Ltd. – Sofware engineering, engagd in industrial machine connecte to the Internet

Pharmaceutical engineering, Zhejiang Medicine Co., Ltd. Xinchang Pharmaceutical Factory. – Master’s degree and above.

Data Mining-Decision Making System, Zhejiang Chuanke Development Co., Ltd. – Mathematics/Statistics/Computer Programming. /Starts from 2017, lasts for 2 years, in Zhejiang

Artificial Intelligence Assembly Line, Zhejiang Chuanke Development Co., Ltd. –Mechanics/Computer Programming. / Starts from 2017, lasts for 5 years, in Zhejiang

Manager, Phd or above in related discipline, Zhejiang DongHao Group. – At least 10 years working experience or 5 years management experience. Be able to work in China for 6 to 9 months a year with ths contract period of at least 3 years.

Veterinarian, Zhejiang Yijing Dairy Co., Ltd. – Extensive experience in dairy cow disease prevention and treatment. Experience in large scale (5 000 cows or over) farm operation is definite an asset.

Extensive experience in manufacturating yogurt, Zhejiang Yijing Dairy Co., Ltd. – Location: milk processing facility.

Extensive experience in dairy cow fertility management, Zhejiang Yijing Dairy Co., Ltd. – Location: the new farm owned by the company.

Master degree or above, Zhejiang NHU Co., Ltd. – 5/10 years of relevant working experience in Biology. /Time: before December 2017.

Chemistry and Chemical engineering, Zhejiang NHU Co., Ltd. – Experience: vitamins microcapsule preparations.

Heads of aircraft company, Wanfeng Auto Holding Group. – Working arrangements: overseas subsidiary or aviation town.

Magnesium industry: Doctor in casting, testing or designing, Wanfeng Auto Holding Group. – 15 or more years of experience in magnesium alloy field. / Arrived in 2017, worked in Xinchang for more than 5 years.

Electrical engineering, Xinchang Bornyoung Lighting Co., Ltd. – Experts majoring in lighting source.

Botany, biology related major, Zhejiang Fomdas Holding Group Co., Ltd. – 5years experiencein R§D varieties of flowers, some research on plant gene map, and can bear flowers independently, and cultivate talents.

Master degree or above, Zhejiang Fomdas Holding Group Co., Ltd. – Food fermentation engineering, biotechnology, microbiology and other related professionals. / 5 years working experience in food fermentation, fermentation process optimization can take independent, and personnel training.


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Algumas horas em Tóquio

Este artigo escrito por Sabrina Hassanali é muito importante para quem se dirige a Shenzhen cidade chinesa que fica muito perto de Toquio e que permite apenas pela utilização de um transporte ligeiro chegar a esta cidade japonesa tão típica. Como muitos consultores seniores se têm deslocado com frequência a Shenzhen aqui fica a sugestão e algumas dicas para frequentar a cidade nem que seja apenas por algumas horas.

Every day, I’m learning something new about my home in Japan.

Through the JET program, I have been placed in the “small town” of Tokyo. All kidding aside, I accepted the placement, though it was a world away from my initial requests. Tokyo offers a world of professional opportunities and is well connected to other parts of Japan.

Despite the intense summer heat and humidity, I am convinced this is going to be a great year. Before the school semester starts, I have the urgent task of completing my JET training and searching for an apartment. I am on a mission to get settled. My priorities are to figure out how to use the train, find and move into an apartment, and then get out into nature.

Learning to use Tokyo’s subway system

During part of our orientation, I was temporarily paired with a homestay family. My Japanese family were a well-travelled couple living just outside of Tokyo proper. Commuting to their place was just the introduction I needed to Tokyo’s public transportation system.

Riding on the train is a demanding task. In the hour-long commute from the homestay to my training near Shinjuku station, I sometimes skipped taking a train when there were just too packed with commuters. The subway has multiple train lines that cover the metropolis. A few times, I managed to take the correct line, but in the wrong direction.

Through my subway excursions however, I noticed many fields planted with neat rows of vegetables just along the tracks. I later inquired with my host mother, who told me these vegetables are available in each ward’s vegetable stands. Private individuals can also rent tracts of land to grow their own greens. Knowing that produce was growing alongside the tracks as I travelled to the world’s busiest train station lightened my mood. From the train experience during rush hour, I decided I will be living close to my school.

Finding a place to live in Tokyo (and taking out the trash)

A few days into JET training, I spent a sweltering hot day to search for housing.

Finding apartments in Tokyo is quite a task. The JET program paired me with a real estate agent. Japanese landlords have the right to deny prospective tenants based on race and nationality. The agent was tasked with sorting through this hurdle. Many foreigners do, however, live in Tokyo. Consequently, there is competition to find a willing landlord. With my criteria in mind, I was lucky to find a suitable shoebox pretty quickly.

I was surprised to learn that many places are rented without basic appliances. My place came without a fridge, stove or laundry machine. Buying and getting delivery of these became my next task.

Once I picked where I would live, I stopped by the ward office to register my new address with the town. Japan requires registration for those who will be residents for a significant portion of time. Luckily, my host mother was willing and able to assist me. I was able to register my residence and quickly lined up with the Japan post service to receive mail.

When registering with my local ward, I received an entire booklet on recycling. Each of Tokyo’s 23 wards have their own trash and recycling schedule. There is a complicated recycling system which requires residents to separate their belongings into at least seven different categories. (Suginami, my ward, also has an online app with a recycling sorting game.) I have already started practicing how to sort correctly. I look forward to slowly understanding and participating in the city’s awesome waste management system.

Getting out into the city

The summer season in Tokyo is home to many festivals. While shopping for home goods, I chanced upon a shrine complex with live music and beautifully dressed Japanese women. In my surprise, I forgot the exhaustion of my day and joined in the dances. Though the city has thoroughly modern moments, I find that the Japanese make time to celebrate their rich heritage.

As I get settled into my tiny apartment home, I am pleased to have the chance to participate in the spontaneous magic of the city. I appreciate the song of cicadas, the gardenias along the parks and strain of the recycling system. My next order of business will be to get a bicycle and explore the parks and green spaces.

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