(Ulsan=News 1) Kim Ki-yeol reporter = Park Tae-wan, head of Ulsan Jung-gu Office, visited and encouraged participants in the "R&D Industrial Intern Project for Small and Medium Businesses," which provides job opportunities for local talent.
Park, Chief of the Jung-gu Office, visited SKYSYS CO, LTD., located in 362-11, Jongga-ro, Jung-gu on Sep. 23 afternoon to meet two industry interns who participated in the "R&D Industrial Intern Project for Small and Medium Businesses," and had a time to talk with CEO Kim Je-wook and business officials.
To resolve the serious mismatch between small and medium-sized enterprises and young workers, Jung-gu, along with Ulsan University, has planned a "R&D Industrial Intern Project for Small and Medium Businesses" since Sep. 1 and selected five R&D strong small businesses in Jung-gu.
Through the project, Jung-gu will discover R&D outstanding small businesses and match industrial interns, while Ulsan University will provide reinforcement training for industrial intern and pay four-month labor costs to interns.
Strong small businesses select mentors for industrial intern and include them in R&D projects to provide work experience and pay mentoring allowances.
Jung-gu and Ulsan University had agreed to match five players to five companies, but they managed to match seven interns to five companies due to the active participation of small businesses and students.
Among the five strong and small companies, SKYSYS has selected Hwang Dae-hyun and Kim Se-yoon of Ulsan University to give a role in conducting their respective projects at its internal research institute on the condition that they switch to full-time positions.
Hwang Dae-hyun from Aerospace engineering department will be in charge of the aerodynamic structure analysis and flight simulation algorithm of the Helikite, which is a major product of SKYSYS, while Kim Se-yoon Electrical engineering department will be in charge of optimizing the rope that supplies more than 1K of electricity to the thin lines of tether line in the Helikite.
"Young people are in a very serious shortage of jobs and small and medium-sized companies in the region are facing a serious "mis-match" due to a situation where there is no one to work," said Park Tae-wan, head of the Jung-gu Office. "We will do our best to expand jobs for young people based on projects that can resolve the needs of small businesses and young workers at once."