E-commerce giant Alibaba kicks off ‘largest ever’ recruitment drive for new graduates
Alibaba Group Holding has kicked off what it describes as the firm’s “largest ever” recruitment programme for new graduates on Monday, in a sign that the Chinese e-commerce giant is moving forward after paying a record fine of 18.2bil yuan (US$2.8bil or RM11.91bil) in April for antitrust violations.
Hangzhou-based Alibaba, which owns the South China Morning Post, is making 113 different company positions available, 45 of which are being opened to new graduates for the first time, according to the firm’s statement on Tuesday.
The hi-tech positions offered by Alibaba include the fields of computer engineering, data science, blockchain and security engineering. The non-technology jobs for new graduates include product managers, mapping product designers, visual arts, operations, gaming planners,…