Job - System Engineer, Seito Systems Ltd
Seito Systems Ltd

Seito Systems Ltd. is a multi-national company specialized in the development of POS system. We are looking for highly motivated and result driven individual with innovative, logical mind and competent knowledge in IT field to join us. 

System Engineer

Job Ref.CT3108004-01#0004

On job training will be provided. Monthly basic salary plus bonus is commensurate with experience. Successful applicant should possess the following qualifications and attributes.

Requirements & Responsibilities:

  1. Higher Diploma or Associate Degree.
  2. POS Project coordination and implementation ; occasionally working with our business partners in project implementation in Asia Pacific area
  3. Conduct unit test, SIT, stress/load test, UAT and user/technical training
  4. Prepare technical specification and manual.
  5. Knowledge in Windows Server, SQL
  6. Good command of spoken and written English, Chinese and Mandarin
  7. Analytical and detail-minded in problem solving
  8. Able to work under pressure with strong sense of customer service mindset
  9. Willing to travel and visit regional sites for sales and system implementations


  • 10 days annual leave
  • Five-day work
  • Travel Allowance
  • Project Base Bonus
  • Birthday off
  • Medical insurance
  • Monthly pay 15k plus

Interested parties please apply with full resume and indicate current and expected salary to

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