Scramble for 100 experts as projects get green light
Engineers, architects, designers and support staff
The new year has started well for technical and management support services firm AECOM, which is busy with new projects and is recruiting for about 100 positions in Hong Kong, and more across Asia.
The transportation and geotechnical business lines are recruiting the most, partly because the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge construction received the go-ahead, after the judicial review of the environmental impact assessment.
"There are a high number of large infrastructure projects underway in Asia as well," says Kelly Tso, human resources director of AECOM in Hong Kong. "Opportunities are abundant, not only for engineers, architects, landscape designers and planners, but also support staff, such as human resources, IT, marketing and communications specialists."
AECOM has more than 3,200 staff in Hong Kong and over 6,000 in Asia. The company is riding on the momentum of strong performance and offers its engineers many opportunities to create a better world and help improve lives, says Tso.
With a diverse range of cross-country and cross-disciplinary projects underway, the company is looking for people with a common vision and passion, and who are strong team players.
"At AECOM, we value passion, commitment and collaboration, an open mind to embrace diversity and inclusion, as well as good communication and interpersonal skills," Tso says. "We welcome people of all backgrounds and personalities. What we look for is commitment, innovation, a desire to excel, integrity, and ability to succeed in a team environment."
At AECOM, employees manage their careers, says Tso. The company provides support and the tools employees need to stay abreast of opportunities and new projects, through its internal network.
Staff experience a blend of global reach, local knowledge, innovation and technical excellence in delivering workable solutions. In turn, these solutions create, enhance and sustain the world's built, natural, and social environments.