Google looking for Digital Map Operator

Posted by Yourcareerchina on 22. Aug 2012

Reference: FRS12-033

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Job Title: Digital Map Operator  (Japanese  or  Taiwanese Nationality Wanted)

Location: Beijing


Company Profile:

Our client is Google, the internationally known online search engine renowned for its high-quality digital maps. Used in every country on the globe, Google’s mission is to create the fastest and most accurate results for all internet users’ inquiries.  With their digital maps, they continue to guide internet users all over the world. They have done so with great success, becoming one of the internets’ globally recognized icons. Our client is looking for Digital Map Operator to carry on their success in digital mapping.



1.      Solicit data from a variety of channels including internal marketing and sales departments, product users and advertisers

2.      Confirm new data and promptly update maps

3.      Record the sources of data

4.      Continuously verify map data and correct any errors

5.      Maintain friendly user design of maps

6.      Manage maintenance of multiple maps simultaneously

7.      Any other requests or tasks needed by the department



1.      Japanese Nationality or Taiwanese nationality

2.      Fluent in English

3.      Excellent communication skills

4.      Developed technical skills

5.      No experiences required

6.      Bachelor degree in technical related field preferred


Starting date: ASAP 2012

Duration:  one year contract

Compensation: 10,000 RMB/ month or more based on experiences and interview


Contact: Ms. Dawn Huang


Skype: YourCareerChina


Attention please: Photos with CV will be required.


Please note: we only contact candidates who fully meet with our requirements. Sorry for any inconvenience that may occur to you



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