By on September 20, 2010

Are you a top talent in the international auto market? Looking for a job? Why not give Brilliance a call? They are looking for 70 top talents globally, Gasgoo reports. Ever since Brilliance’s former General Manager Liu Zhigang and several other executives deserted to Huaitai Auto, there have been major openings at Brilliance. Qi Yumin, President of Brilliance Auto said that these positions will be filled.

They already hired Peter Atzler, who has his hands full as Chief Quality Officer of Brilliance Auto. Atzler hails from BMW, where he worked for 29 years. He is also General Manager of Brilliance Zhonghua Automobile Co, headquartered in Liaoning’s provincial capital Shenyang. That’s where you are likely to work, should you accept the position. Shenyang is very much north of Beijing, it can be quite cold in wintertime, and doesn’t have much in terms of entertainment. But costs of living are low, and Brilliance being the joint venture partner of BMW, they should be able to provide you with a decent corporate car. And if you are really bored: Come down to Beijing, and I’ll show you around.

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    Stingray

    I know someone that maybe is not top 70, but knows his stuff very well. I have already forwarded this to him.
     
    I like the idea somehow. Any website?… insert your favourite google joke here ____________
     
     
     
     
     

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