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POWER ELECTRONICS SCHOLARS

Posted as of: Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Status: Archived

Company: ARTESYN EMBEDDED TECHNOLOGIES

Number of available position(s):  10

Description:

Develop high quality technical professionals in Analog Power Electronics  

Duties and Responsibilities:

•Program under Mapua Institute of Technology, with course curriculum co-designed with Artesyn Embedded Technologies

•Full time one-year diploma course focused on Analog Power Supply design with Digital Electronics (Diploma in Power Electronics)
•Six months classroom/laboratory training in Mapua and six months on-the-job training (OJT)
  in the different sections of the Philippine Design Center in Eastwood City

Qualifications:

•Preferably 2016 & 2017 graduates of ECE & EE
•Excellent academic background
WHAT TO EXPECT
•Stringent selection process
•Extensive industry training
•Artesyn Embedded Technologies can offer employment to assume technical position upon graduation
•Classes start in July of 2017
•Class schedules are 3 days in a week so fresh graduates who are reviewing for board exam are welcome to apply
•Competitive monthly stipend P18,000 Monthly Allowance plus P2,000 Housing Assistance (non- taxable)
•Full Tuition Fee and Project Expenses covered by the company
•All 10 Power Electronics Scholars in one class

Requirements:

Skills:
Clerical, Creative, Teamwork, Self-Management, Critical Thinking, Computer/Technical Literacy, Adaptability/Flexibility, Project Management

Work Location:
3F Techno Plaza One Bldg., 18 Orchard Road, Eastwood City Cyberpark, Bagumbayan, Quezon City, 1110 Philippines

Interested to apply? Send your application letter and CV to:

Contact Person
(Undisclosed)

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