NDS launches graduate intern program

By : |September 15, 2009 0

SHENZHEN, CHINA: NDS, a provider of technology solutions for digital pay-TV, today announced the launch of its Shenzhen office’s first graduate intern program.

A group of successful graduates, all selected from universities in the Shenzhen and Guangzhou area, would work with leading engineers from around the world on a variety of developmental projects for the fast-growing Chinese and international markets, said a press release.

Recruitment has already started, with advertisements placed in the local University campus recruitment magazines and on local websites. The graduates will work at NDS’ recently opened Shenzhen facility from now until November.

NDS would retain the most talented interns as permanent employees. This ongoing program will give interns the opportunity to gain experience in the development of state-of-the-art technology solutions. NDS is committed to creating local solutions in China for Chinese TV.

“NDS is launching the intern program as a sign of our commitment to China and the rapidly developing TV industry here. Our aim is to develop a quality employee base. We are committed to ongoing training and development for all employees. This initiative is part of our plan to shift key R&D functions to China and work with local CE and software partners to build their international export opportunities,” said Sue Taylor, senior vice-president and general manager, NDS Asia Pacific, and chairman, NDS China.

He added that it has always been NDS’ philosophy to encourage younger generations to broaden their knowledge base and with this first round of interns we plan to highlight how hands-on learning can truly enhance their capabilities.

This latest intern program in the Shenzhen office would enable NDS to further expand its efforts in the local region, while recruiting new employees from leading universities to enhance NDS’ technology offerings, the release added.

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