Job - Product Designer, Eagle Group International Limited
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Eagle Group International Limited

Eagle Group International Limited is a fast-growing company established in Hong Kong with PRC factories engaging in manufacturing of tooling, plastic parts and electronic products. To cope with our business expansion and need, we are now inviting someone who is passionate, energetic, mature and confident to join us in our Dongguan office:

Product Designer

Job Ref.CT3107746-01#0018

Job Specifications:

  • Work with various parties on different stages from concept to prototypes and final sample stage
  • Work on houseware and kitchenware product design and 3D technical drawings
  • Able to evaluate the design & implement the design with quality and safety issues
  • Preferably with the knowledge in molding and manufacturing

Job Requirements:

  • Diploma or above in Product/Industrial Design
  • 5 years or above working experience in related field (candidates of less experience will be considered as Junior Product Designer)
  • Excellent skills on design and 3D software such as Corel draw, Photoshop, Illustrator, Rhino; UG, Solid works, Freehand, AutoCAD, etc
  • Strong technical knowledge on graphic, packaging, silkscreen and printing
  • Creative, Self-motivated, independent, efficient and responsible
  • Good command in English and Mandarin
  • Station in Dongguan, PRC 

Interest parties, please send your application with current and expected salary via email to lylee@eaglehk.com

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