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Shanghai Disneyland starts first recruitment

By Liang Yiwen (Shanghai Daily)

08:20, March 27, 2012

SHANGHAI Disneyland, scheduled to open in 2015, has kicked off the first round of recruitment, the resort announced yesterday.

The future theme park in Pudong's Chuansha area has 100 job openings for highly skilled specialists in engineering, design and other fields to assist in the initial construction of the park. This marks the first phase of recruitment and more initiatives will be launched later, the resort said.

All jobs are open to professionals from home and abroad, but most are expected to be landed by candidates from China due to the localization strategy, park officials said. Those interested can visit shdrcareers.com/shanghai to learn more information or apply for existing job openings.

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