Organized by the Jardine Matheson Group, the first-ever Jardines Career Expo Macau will be held tomorrow from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Mandarin Oriental Macau. Eleven Jardine Matheson companies will be staffing information booths and advertising job openings with the goal of attracting new talent to career positions, according to a statement issued by the group.
Professionals from the group will present talks on career planning to help job seekers better understand the multitude of career job opportunities available with the companies.
Participating companies include Mannings, San Miu Supermarket, 7-Eleven, Pizza Hut, KFC, Mandarin Oriental Macau, Jardine Lloyd Thompson Limited, Jardine Schindler Lifts (Macao) Limited, Zung Fu Company Limited, JOS and Jardine Engineering Corporation (Macau) Limited.
There will be career talks and interview technique workshops at the Career Expo to assist job seekers in understanding themselves and learning more about the industry. Professionals from the Jardine Matheson Group will be available to offer career pathway advice and guidance to visitors.
Mia expects nearly 7.4 million passengers in 2018
Macau International Airport Company Limited (CAM) announced that upon the completion of the northern extension project in the Q1, the terminal as a whole will be able to accommodate 7.5 million passengers in a one-year period.
CAM has invested around MOP210 million on infrastructure construction to enhance reception capacity and on expansion projects.
According to a statement issued by the company, tendering has opened for stores and restaurants in the northern extension area, where more local signature dining and shopping will be introduced to passengers.
The southern extension of the passenger terminal building will be ready for public bidding in the first half year of 2018. When the southern expansion is complete the airport’s reception capacity will be raised to 10 million passengers per year.
Considering the surrounding environment and industrial changes, passenger traffic in 2018 is expected to be 7.38 million, with a total of 39,000 tonnes of cargo transported and 60,000 flight movements.