According to Chinese site VR-ZONE, the new team will work on future iPhones and other Apple products.
Several positions are available, experienced and junior-level engineers are listed, as well as management positions.
A research and development center in Taiwan seems like a logical move for Apple. A few weeks ago, the company signed a contract with TSMC, which is also located on-site, to produce custom A-series chips from 2014.
Cupertino is said to be attempting to hire through word of mouth, instead of using formal job ads.