New careers website for Hitachi
Hitachi Construction Machinery (Australia) Pty Ltd (HCA) has released news of its employment focused website Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia Careers.
A multitude of career options available on the new Hitachi careers website
“In today’s highly competitive employment market coupled with our plans for significant growth, we are pleased to launch a website solely focused on careers with Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia,” said Chris Turner, National Human Resources Manager at HCA.
“We are proud of our position in the marketplace as a leader, which in turn, is highly dependent on the extremely talented people that work here. To maintain and enhance this position we will continue attracting the best and brightest the construction and mining industries have to offer and we feel that this website is a reflection of that ambition.
“The website also features new media, where visitors can see and hear for themselves how our employees respond when asked ‘what’s it like working with Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia?’.
“In addition to offering information regarding HCA, employee benefits and details on a newly established training academy, the site includes functionality that allows a visitor to search for current jobs which are published the moment they become available and a candidate sign up for upcoming jobs.
For more information visit: www.hitachicareers.com.au
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