Spiber will hold recruitment sessions for accounting position, consisting of a company presentation and Q&A session via Zoom, on the following dates:
[Time and Place]
October 17, 2020 from 9:00AM until 10:30AM <Application Cut off date: October 13>
November 7, 2020 from 9:00AM until 10:30AM <Application Cut off date: November 1>
Online Via Zoom
Please apply from the following URL
*Successful applicants will be sent further details at a later date.
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This recruitment session will consist of a company presentation given by one of our employees, followed by a Q&A session with Spiber team members. We hope to answer your questions about Spiber, and are looking forward to meeting others who share in our motivation to help create a more sustainable society.
We look forward to hearing from you soon!
An appreciation for new experiences and challenges
A person who can deliver our company culture and the right image together
Ability to work under pressure and in a reactive environment with constant change
2 or more of the following experience, skills or knowledge would be preferable:
Laws related to accounting and the ability to settle accounts
Laws related to tax returns and the ability to carry them out
Experience managing a team of 3 or more people
・Salary: Approximate range 50,000-100,000 baht/month (No bonuses nor allowances)
・Our company uses a self-declaration salary system, in which each member decides their own salary and the salary is disclosed to all company members (Please check the way of thinking about salary at Spiber HP (https://www.spiber.jp/en/join/) ).
・8 hours per day, 40 hours per week
・2 days off per week
・12 days per year
・Standard social insurance including unemployment insurance, worker’s accident insurance,
health insurance, and pension
・Employee cafeteria (after the construction of the plant is completed)
Spiber is a Japanese biotech startup that designs structural protein materials from the molecular level, and inexpensively mass produces those materials through a microbial fermentation process. Currently, the biotech industry is mainly centered around the production of enzymes, ethanol, food products, medicines, biofuels, and the like. Bioplastics such as PLA and PHA have also been developed, which resemble petroleum-derived polymers in the sense that they require polymerization by means of a chemical process. Spiber has developed a platform technology to create a new class of biomaterials based on proteins, which are tailor-made at the molecular level to suit users’ specific needs for characteristics such as strength, elasticity, biocompatibility and so on. The range of properties that proteins can express are far broader than those of petrochemical polymers and bioplastics, by simply changing the genes that provide the code for each target protein. Spiber’s industrial material platform is forging a path to a new sector of biomaterials for a plethora of applications, including lighter, higher performance automotive or aerospace parts, apparel, implantable medical devices, and more. Spiber learns the requirements of end application manufacturers through strategic partnerships, designs suitable proteins from the molecular level, produces them through fermentation, then processes them into various forms such as fibers, resins, films, gels, sponges, and more, as needed for the end application.