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Apple recruits extra Vietnamese employees

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Apple recruits more Vietnamese staff
An Apple-certified technician repairing a previous iPhone. Photograph courtesy of Apple.

Apple is recruiting 25 individuals in Vietnam, largely for posts about operations and provide chain.

Many of the job alternatives had been posted on Apple’s professional website this month. On July 23 and 29, the U.S. tech big posted info for the three posts of the latest product introduction-operation program supervisor (NPI OPM).

Many of the 25 posts are for operations and provide chain staff in Hanoi, and gross sales and enterprise growth employees in Ho Chi Minh Metropolis. Some posts are for {hardware} engineers answerable for digicam growth working in each city.

For managerial posts, Apple requires candidates to have 5 to 10 years of expertise in hi-tech industries and an excellent command of English.

Since early 2020, Apple has recruited some engineers and managers for software programs, display screens high quality, operation and product administration items in Hanoi and HCMC.

Apple recruitment began when it shifted manufacturing of latest merchandise to Vietnam, which at the moment hosts 21 suppliers of the U.S. giant, up 1.5 instances in opposition to 2018. These suppliers embody Samsung, LG Show, Intel, Biel Crystal, Foxconn, Luxshare, Goertek, and Compal.

Many large assembling companions of Apple have factories within the three northern provinces of Bac Ninh, Bac Giang, and Vinh Phuc. Many factories assemble AirPod headphones, Apple watches, and Homepod Mini audio systems.

Early this 12 months, Foxconn signed a $270-million mission on producing laptops and tables in Bac Giang. Following many sources, Foxconn’s new facility would assemble iPads and MacBooks for Apple.

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Rachel Ha
Industrial and agricultural product enthusiast. Expert on Vietnam economy. Focus on FTA agreements between Vietnam and other countries.
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