Job Opportunities

Bard College in Beijing – Assistant Director

Bard College is an internationally renowned, selective, co-educational liberal arts and sciences institution located in the beautiful and historic Hudson Valley, 90 miles north of New York City. In recent
years, the College has deepened the range of its engagement in China, including welcoming renowned Chinese composer Tan Dun as dean of our conservatory, and an undergraduate partnership with the Central Conservatory of Music, the US-China Music Institute. To facilitate these projects, seek out and establish new partnerships, strengthen our engagement with potential students in China and better serve our alumni, Bard College has established an office in Beijing. To that end, we are seeking candidates for the role described below.

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Roles

The Assistant Director will be responsible for the general oversight of office operations and outreach. This includes: general operations logistics, payroll and accounting, event management, strategic communications. Communications in particular will have a broad remit. The Assistant Director will need to familiarize themselves with the Bard network and manage inquiry response, recruitment announcements and other communications as needed. The manager will oversee and produce regular
content for the WeChat channel. As appropriate and necessary, the Assistant Director will also represent Bard College in China for recruitment outreach and general public engagement. They will also participate in general China focused strategic planning and assist with the preparation of strategy
documents and proposals, as well as outward facing presentations and partnership documents. The successful candidate will have a can-do, entrepreneurial mindset and a minimum of several years of work experience. The office is new and will require the manager to be a creative, nimble multitasker. Given the College’s expansion plans for projects in China and the region, the manager will have ample opportunity for career development. This role reports to the China Programs Director, and serves to directly support and supplement their various responsibilities.

Skills

Required

  • Fully bilingual English/Mandarin
  • Skilled, effective communicator, written and spoken 
  • Fluency with Microsoft Office or equivalent
  • Basic accounting skills
  • Prior experience with social media management and/or marketing 

Desirable

  • Experience navigating bureaucracy in China
  • Public speaking ability 
  • Familiarity with US higher education
  • Administrative/Managerial experience

HOW TO APPLY:To apply, please contact hr@chinahighereducation.org or smoore@bard.edu. Please include a CV and a cover letter discussing your interest in the role.

Kaplan – Marketing Manager Specialist of Massey Pathway Program & Marketing Manager Specialist of Newcastle Pathway Program

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  30 September 2020

Kaplan are looking to appoint a dynamic and target-driven Marketing Manager to provide program descriptions, application procedures, and assist students, counselors, and/or agents though the application process in accordance with established enrollment goals for International students. The position will assist and contribute to the development of regional and country specific strategies, broad and grass-root recruitment campaigns, actively participate in key recruitment events, agent/sub-agent training, while cultivating business relationships with agents, high schools, colleges, universities. 

This position is based in China office with travel domestically 50-75% of the time and possible International trip opportunity per year. 

Marketing Manager – Specialist of Massey Pathway Program

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Amongst other duties, you will/will be responsible for:

  • Driving student recruitment to achieve Massey Pathway recruitment target for China
  • Liaise effectively across the Kaplan network, including marketing team, business operations, student services, admissions, counsellors, supervisor to achieve enrolment objectives
  • Be the main point of contact for agents and respond to their enquiries in an efficient and effective manner including phone, electronic media, face-to-face meetings and written correspondence, to meet the overall enrolment goals. Strategically grow enrolment portfolio in China
  • Promote Kaplan International Pathways on an on-going basis to generate new leads in the market by working with established key stakeholders, as well as identifying and pursuing new business opportunities
  • Evaluate recruitment and marketing activities in the market and working within assigned budget
  • Lead region and/or country specific events (recruitment, workshops, training, information sessions, and alumni events) to prospective Chinese students, agents, universities
  • Provide guidance, counsel, and assistance with the program and visa application processes, and ensure seamless transition to Massey Pathway Programs
  • Collaborate with business operations team to conducts analysis of enrolment data for assigned regions to ensure enrolment objectives are met

The post involves travel around the region for exhibitions, open days, seminars and agent visits. Many events the events are held on weekends and public holidays. Must have flexibility to work evenings and weekends as needed. The successful candidate will (ideally) have experience of travel within the region and will have the maturity and confidence to work independently soon after appointment to the role.

Candidate profile

Essential:

  • Bachelor’s degree from New Zealand University, graduate of Massey University is highly desired. Equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills, and abilities have been achieved. More than 5 years’ experience on ‘study ANZ’ industry.
  • Experience of business development, agent channel management, and student recruitment.
  • Demonstrated individual ability to establish, maintain, foster relationships, and close deals.
  • Prior business development, recruitment, and/or group coordination experience in international education recruitment highly desired.

Desirable:

  • Knowledge of the principles and practices pertaining to the assigned department. Knowledge of management and supervisory principles and practices.
  • Knowledge of marketing and sales techniques. Skill in problem solving and decision-making.
  • Skill in planning, analyzing and coordinating activities and establishing priorities.
  • Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships.
  • Ability to present materials to a diverse audience.
  • Ability to coordinate large scale events, programs and recruitment campaigns.
  • Ability to stimulate changes in individual, institutional, and corporate behaviors to create a more sustainable environment.
  • Ability to lead by example in communicating, participating and encouraging support of the institution’s sustainability programs.

Marketing Manager – Specialist of Newcastle Pathway Program

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Amongst other duties, you will/will be responsible for:

  • Driving student recruitment to achieve Newcastle Pathway recruitment target for China
  • Liaise effectively across the Kaplan network, including marketing team, business operations, student services, admissions, counsellors, supervisor to achieve enrolment objectives
  • Be the main point of contact for agents and respond to their enquiries in an efficient and effective manner including phone, electronic media, face-to-face meetings and written correspondence, to meet the overall enrolment goals. Strategically grow enrolment portfolio in China
  • Promote Kaplan International Pathways on an on-going basis to generate new leads in the market by working with established key stakeholders, as well as identifying and pursuing new business opportunities
  • Evaluate recruitment and marketing activities in the market and working within assigned budget
  • Lead region and/or country specific events (recruitment, workshops, training, information sessions, and alumni events) to prospective Chinese students, agents, universities
  • Provide guidance, counsel, and assistance with the program and visa application processes, and ensure seamless transition to Newcastle Pathway Programs
  • Collaborate with business operations team to conducts analysis of enrolment data for assigned regions to ensure enrolment objectives are met

The post involves travel around the region for exhibitions, open days, seminars and agent visits. Many events the events are held on weekends and public holidays. Must have flexibility to work evenings and weekends as needed. The successful candidate will (ideally) have experience of travel within the region and will have the maturity and confidence to work independently soon after appointment to the role.

Candidate profile

Essential:

  • Bachelor’s degree from Australian University, graduate of University of Newcastle is highly desired. Equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills, and abilities have been achieved. More than 5 years’ experience on ‘study ANZ’ industry.
  • Experience of business development, agent channel management, and student recruitment.
  • Demonstrated individual ability to establish, maintain, foster relationships, and close deals.
  • Prior business development, recruitment, and/or group coordination experience in international education recruitment highly desired.

Desirable:

  • Knowledge of the principles and practices pertaining to the assigned department. Knowledge of management and supervisory principles and practices.
  • Knowledge of marketing and sales techniques. Skill in problem solving and decision-making.
  • Skill in planning, analysing and coordinating activities and establishing priorities.
  • Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships.
  • Ability to present materials to a diverse audience.
  • Ability to coordinate large scale events, programs and recruitment campaigns.
  • Ability to stimulate changes in individual, institutional, and corporate behaviours to create a more sustainable environment.
  • Ability to lead by example in communicating, participating and encouraging support of the institution’s sustainability programs.

HOW TO APPLY:If you have the requisite experience and are excited by the opportunity of working in a dynamic and growing company, please email your CV along with covering letter to: hr@chinahighereducation.org or Xiaoxiao.zhang2@kaplan.com 

NYU Shanghai seeks a Workday Application Support Associate

The Workday Application Support Associate will be in the NYU Shanghai Application Support Shared Service Center and plays the tier 1 Workday support at NYU Shanghai. This position plays an important role in the maintenance of the ERP system( HCM and Finance, Workday) at NYU Shanghai. This position will ensure the HCM data accurate in the system, which includes but not limited to maintenance of system records of staff, faculty, intern, student worker, volunteer, and contingent worker.These responsibilities are associated with the collection, retrieval, accessing and usage of NYU Shanghai human resources information for the purpose of analysing, planning, reporting, and decision making.

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The ideal candidate will have demonstrated the following:

  • Excellent analytical, organizational, and problem-solving skills, including data analysis.

  • Strong interpersonal, communication, and customer service skills with both technical and functional end-users.

  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships, to solve problems, to build partnerships, and remove barriers.

  • Demonstrated ability to drive efforts to standardize, optimize, and simplify processes and technical solutions.

The main responsibilities include:

  • Resolve ServiceLink (ServiceNow) Cases about Workday issues or requests. Provide solutions and communication to clients in a timely manner. Manage and track cases in ServiceLink (ServiceNow) following with SLA.

  • Support transactional data entry into Workday for all business units in a timely & accurate manner including but not limited to hiring, change job, termination, etc.

  • Fill up EIB forms for mass transactions. Develop Workday Studio integrations for complex system integrations.

  • Analyze the cases and make proposals of enchantment to the processes and data control in the Workday system.

  • Implement the global best practices about employee data in the Workday system.

  • Works with the global team in the GNU (global network university of NYU) to align the best practices, strategy, and compliance with global system IT control policies.

  • Work with NYU Shanghai HR/Legal/Compliance department to make sure the employee data, processes, and procedures are compliant with PRC labor law and other applied laws or regulations.

  • Develop Workday reports and dashboards to analyze the employee data for NYU Shanghai.

  • Create and maintain documentation of reporting processes and training guides for end-users.

  • Maintain the Workday system operation manual to standardize the working procedures and processes. Share and retain the knowledge base in the Workday Application Support team.

Qualifications

Required Education

  • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred, with a major in Computer Science/Technology Education/Human Resources.

Required Experience

  • It is an entry-level position and we accept college fresh graduates to apply for this position. It will be preferred if you have experience in HR ERP systems (e.g. Workday, PeopleSoft, SAP, etc.), programming, or coding.

  • Experience in working in a multicultural global team is a plus.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Quick learner and competent with confidential data;

  • Good analytical, problem solving, and time-management skills;

  • Possessing a positive, service-oriented attitude;

  • Excellent Chinese and English language abilities (reading, speaking, writing) with the ability to communicate complex business and technical terms and procedures across all levels of the organization in the GNU of New York University.

HOW TO APPLY:To apply for this position, please send your CV and cover letter to hr@chinahighereducation.org outlining how your experience and qualifications make you the right candidate for the position.

University Recruitment Partnerships Officer – The Australian National University


The Australian National University seeks a Recruitment Partnerships Officer to contribute to the formulation and implementation of strategies, relationships and plans to attract international students to all university programs. The successful candidate will be based at the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Beijing, PR China and will report to the Associate Director, ANU China Liaison Office and to a Manager at ANU in Canberra.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  17:00pm (CST), 14 August 2020

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Key Responsibilities

  • Contribute to the development and implementation of region and channel-focused recruitment and communication strategies and plans aligned with wider University recruitment objectives.
  • Coordinate outreach activity in defined markets to achieve student recruitment targets and conversion rates.
  • Develop excellent working relationships with University representatives on- and offshore, including with strategically important education agents and high school counsellors.
  • Generate original market intelligence and use existing market data to identify activities for effective international student recruitment through international campaigns.
  • Participate in education fairs, student events and seminars in allocated markets and at events onshore as appropriate. This will include the ongoing assessment of the success of events and in- country activity carried out.
  • Co-ordinate activities for effective international student recruitment through international campaigns and recruitment evens, including acting as the single point of contact between key relationships in those markets and academic College colleagues at ANU.
  • Maintain central databases of relevant regional key contacts and University representatives.
  • Assist with the production of electronic and print publications and other marketing/advertising opportunities both internally and externally, in cooperation with the ANU Marketing Office.
  • Cultivate and maintain collaborative working relationships with external stakeholders and internal stakeholders (including those in academic Colleges and administrative areas).
  • Undertake travel within China on behalf of the University.

Qualification Required

  • A degree in a relevant field with demonstrated experience in a complex organisation or an equivalent combination of experience and education/training. Experience in the higher education sector would be highly regarded.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the higher education sector, in particular the international education market, including an understanding of admissions requirements and government regulations for international students.
  • Demonstrated interpersonal and communications skills and the ability to deliver oral presentations to diverse audiences. Proven experience in liaising with stakeholders, including the ability to develop and maintain constructive relationships.
  • Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills, with a proven ability to use initiative, investigate issues, collect and analyze data and to make evidence-based decisions.
  • Proven ability to work well within a team environment as well as to independently organize work priorities, multiple projects and meet tight deadlines.
  •  Experience planning and delivering events would be highly regarded.
  • Native-level Mandarin Chinese and advanced spoken and written English skills.
  • High proficiency in the use of computer-based, office information systems, in particular, spreadsheets, databases, web applications and word processing. Proven experience using social media and digital marketing platforms in a work environment.
  • A demonstrated high level of understanding of equal opportunity principles and a strong understanding of cross-cultural issues.

Availability

  • Applicants must be available to start this full-time position as soon as possible. The role will require regular domestic travel within China.

HOW TO APPLY:To apply for this position, please send your CV and cover letter to hr@chinahighereducation.org or katie.jones@austcham.org outlining how your experience and qualifications make you the right candidate for the position.

Beijing Office Manager – Bard College China Center

Bard College is an internationally renowned, selective, co-educational liberal arts and sciences institution located in the beautiful and historic Hudson Valley, 90 miles north of New York City. In recent years, the College has deepened the range of its engagement in China. Projects now include an Early College program in Shenzhen, a K-12 music and arts school in Chengdu, and an undergraduate partnership with the Central Conservatory of Music, the US-China Music Institute. To facilitate these projects, seek out and establish new partnerships, strengthen our engagement with potential students in China and better serve our alumni, Bard College is establishing a center in Beijing. To that end, we are seeking candidates for the role described below.

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Role

The Beijing office manager will be responsible for the day-to-day oversight of office operations. This includes: general operations logistics, payroll and accounting, event management and strategic communications. Communications in particular will have a broad remit. The manager will need to familiarize themselves with the Bard network and manage inquiry response, recruitment announcements and other communications as needed. The manager will oversee and produce content for the WeChat channel. As appropriate and necessary, the office manager will also represent the College in China for recruitment outreach and general public engagement.

The successful candidate will have a can-do, entrepreneurial mindset and a minimum of several years of work experience. The office is new and will require the manager to be a creative, nimble multitasker. Given the College’s expansion plans for projects in China and the region, the manager will have ample opportunity for career development. This role reports to the China Programs Director, and serves to directly support and supplement their various responsibilities, and will begin in June, 2020.

Skills

Required

    • Fully bilingual English/Mandarin
    • Administrative/Managerial experience
    • Fluency with Microsoft Office or equivalent
    • Basic accounting skills
    • Talent for written and spoken communications
    • Prior experience with social media management and/or marketing

Desirable

    • Experience navigating Beijing corporate bureaucracy
    • Public speaking ability
    • Familiarity with US higher education

HOW TO APPLY:Please contact the China Programs Director, Shawn Moore at smoore@bard.edu. Please include a CV and a cover letter discussing your interest in the role.

EAL Teachers – VCE in China Programs

Our organisation has 15 partner schools in China delivering the Victorian Certificate of Education. This is a wonderful opportunity to work in a Chinese school teaching VCE English as an Additional Language (EAL) to students:

  • Each teacher in China has a mentor in Australia for assistance and consultation;
  • All resources housed on a website;
  • Network of other teachers across China available for support;
  • Annual Conference of all Chinese and foreign teachers;

START DATE:  Immediately or upon agreement

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Key Responsibilities & Accountabilties
The successful candidate will have:

  • A Bachelor’s level or higher degree in English or EAL;
  • Experience in teaching senior high school level English/EAL;
  • Adaptability and intercultural awareness;

The package details are as below:

  • Salary starting from RMB 21,000.00 per month (after tax);
  • Accommodation (furnished apartment) provided;
  • Health insurance provided;
  • Annual return airfares provided;
  • Chinese working visa provided;

This is an ongoing position and an opportunity to enhance and expand your teaching abilities.

HOW TO APPLY: Interested candidates are requested to send their complete application to: hr@chinahighereducation.org

Reporting to the Director of this Beijing-based education institute, this position requires an experiend and qualified English-language teacher who is able to take responsibility for a range of language classes and programs and participate in the ongoing curriculum development for the Institute as well associated administrative duties.

Experienced TESOL Teacher

PLACE OF WORK:   Beijing

START DATE:  Immediately or upon agreement

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Job Purpose

Prepare for and teach classes at the Institute, assist with placement testing, scheduling, advising, orientation, and evaluation of students, participate in the development and selection of curricular materials for courses, participate in regular meetings, and carry out associated administrative matters.


Key Responsibilities & Accountabilties

  1. To teach students material as defined in the course outline for each course.
  2. To perform duties in a manner and spirit this contributes to the company mission.
  3. To be punctual for all scheduled classes.
  4. To be well prepared for all scheduled classes.
  5. To prepare weekly and daily teaching plans
  6. To know the required course material for the level being taught.
  7. To employ effective teaching strategies and to maintain a classroom environment conductive to learning.
  8. To keep accurate attendance and performance records.
  9. To make appropriate assessments of student performance and submit those assessments on time.
  10. To assign homework assignments as appropriate and return corrected homework to students in a timely manner.
  11. To administer and grade standardized exams for classes.
  12. To contribute to the maintenance of neat, orderly files in the teachers’ room and to the overall neatness of workspace allocated to the teachers.
  13. To manage classes effectively and report on problems with classes or individuals.
  14. To know that they will be observed by the Director in any or all of their classes.
  15. To assist and participate in Promotions and other Marketing events
  16. To prepare questions for mid term or final exams.
  17. To correct students test paper as arranged by Education Department.
  18. To supervise exam as arranged by Education Department.

HOW TO APPLY: Interested candidates are requested to send their complete application to: hr@chinahighereducation.org

Dean for the Les Roches JinJiang Campus

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The Dean is responsible for overseeing the academic integrity and delivery of Les Roches programs on the Shanghai campus (LRJJ). He/she reports indirectly and collaborates actively with the Academic Dean in Les Roches, Bluche, Switzerland. The Dean at LRJJ is responsible for program planning and delivery at both undergraduate (diploma) and post-graduate levels. He/she manages, hires and develops faculty to achieve institutional goals. The Dean drives excellence in teaching and learning. He/she is responsible for student academic progress and satisfaction. The Dean works in close collaboration with his/her colleagues at the School’s leadership level, with program managers and faculty. He/she is a team player with strong problem solving and communications skills, combined with an in-depth understanding of the academic world in the hospitality domain.

PLACE OF WORK:   Shanghai

START DATE:   Immediately or upon agreement

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Your Role

Responsibilities

  • As part of the LRJJ senior leadership team, develop, communicate and promote the College’s program portfolio as defined by Les Roches in Bluche, Switzerland
  • Liaise and communicate on a regular basis with the Academic Dean of the institution in Bluche, Switzerland.
  • Foster an environment conducive to academic excellence, respect and trust in accordance with Les Roches spirit and values
  • Develop, monitor, improve and run undergraduate (diploma) and post-graduate programs
  • Provide leadership for the hiring, development and allocation of faculty into programs
  • Promote and evaluate a student centred learning approach, champion the use of appropriate teaching technology ensure a seamless student academic experience and enhance student employability
  • Network actively with the hospitality industry to seek external expertise, provide guest speakers for the programs and potential employers for students
  • Lead and manage the campus’ academic department including Practical, CDIP, Library Services and Student Activities
  • Communicate effectively with all involved stakeholders

Your Profile

Degree and Experience

  • Masters of Business Administration, Master in Hospitality or equivalent degree with significant industry experience. A Ph.D. in a relevant field would be a plus
  • Several years of managerial experience in the field of education at university level and business

Skills

  • Demonstrated leadership skills and impact in an academic setting
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and fluency in spoken and written English and Mandarin
  • Demonstrated ability to work in an international environment
  • Highly developed interpersonal and stakeholder management skills

HOW TO APPLY: Interested candidates are requested to send their complete application to: hr@lrjj.cn

China Branch Manager

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We are looking for a smart and experienced individual to represent our China Branch and lead the local team of 7 young (between 25-35 years old) and talented staffers. You will be second in command, reporting directly to the CEO of the China Branch, managing all day-to-day operations, and maintaining day-to-day oversight of the staff, the branch company and ongoing projects. It is an exciting opportunity for the right individual (experienced or one seeking a new career challenge and step-up), who is able to carry the serious responsibility of nurturing, growing and expanding our China Branch and its HR, clients, projects, suppliers and products.

PLACE OF WORK:   Tianjin

START DATE:   Immediately or upon agreement

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Your Role
Responsibilities

  • Keep the CEO fully informed in a timely and candid manner
  • Help the CEO  position the company competitively within industry
  • Present new ideas and strategies to CEO and Senior Management Officers
  • Participate in Senior Management Meetings
  • Develop an annual plan that supports the company’s long-term strategy
  • Implement business strategies, plans and procedures
  • Set comprehensive goals for performance and growth
  • Lead the team and the branch toward sustainable growth and profitability
  • Establish and support policies that promote branch company’s culture and vision
  • Oversee daily operations and ensure the smooth functioning of all processes
  • Ensure the smooth functioning of all the processes in the branch company
  • Build a great working environment motivating staff performance and dedication
  • Evaluate performance by analyzing and interpreting data and metrics
  • Create/adjust/check/sign agreements with partners  
  • Coordinate with HR suppliers to recruit skilled talent and keep the best employees
  • Participate in expansion activities (investments, acquisitions, corporate alliances etc.)
  • Manage relationships with clients, partners and local suppliers 

Your Profile

Degree and Experience

  • 5-7 years industry experience

Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and fluency in spoken and written English and Mandarin
  • Ambition – you have high aspirations and goals and you are ready to work hard to achieve them even if it means coming to office first and leaving last, day-to-day.
  • High standards – you have a commitment to excellence for yourself and for your team. You keep the standards high and you dont sacrifice on the quality of people, processes or deliveries.
  • Leadership – you lead and inspire your team with charisma and by example
  • Business acumen and balance – you understand the dynamics between CEO, COO, Management, Project Managers, and Administration, can balance and mediate different views with respect and success
  • Intercultural awareness – you pay attention to cultural differences within the team, able to integrate and communicate best practices from both Western and Eastern values and make everyone feel included and welcome
  • Management – you get things done efficiently, as a team. You manage the team as an “older brother”, not as a “big brother”, respecting and dedicating time equally to each individual team member
  • Personal Network – you are a well-established individual with a stable environment of family, friends and local community as well as a solid personal network
  • Finances – you have experiences with corporate finances (ideally international). You are prudent and deliberate when it comes to finances. You have good judgement, analytical thinking and experience in planning and reporting

HOW TO APPLY: Interested candidates are requested to send their complete application to: china.office@student-market.com

Local Sales Representative

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we offer you a unique job opportunity in a fast paced international environment in the China branch office of a European based mother company. Our clients and partners stretch across the globe and operate in all fields if international education.

Job advantages and benefits

  • Opportunity to travel in China, Asia, and overseas
  • Legal, full time job contract (minimum 3 – 5 years project)
  • Competitive salary package, full social insurance and housing funds contribution
  • Working for international company in the field of education management
  • Comfortable and clean office environment
  • Flexible working hours and benefit of working from home (online)
  • Personal working laptop and smartphone
  • Regular team-building and corporate training
  • Intercultural and international team

PLACE OF WORK:   Tianjin

START DATE:   Immediately or upon agreement

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Your Role

Responsibilities

  • Regular travel to tier 1 and 2 cities throughout China and Asia for business meetings with partner companies
  • Occasional overseas travel for training and staff meetings with our client in Europe, North America or UK
  • Negotiating new partnerships and closing deals
  • Conducting online and in person business meetings
  • Delivering presentations and conducting staff training
  • Attending educations fairs, conferences and workshops to network and develop new business leads
  • Providing project management and administrative support to your partners


Your Profile

Degree and Experience

  • At least 2 years of experience in the field of business development and sales or marketing in the education industry
  • Experience in studying or working abroad especially in English speaking countries, with overseas visa and travel experience would be a plus

Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and fluency in spoken and written English and Mandarin

HOW TO APPLY: Candidates that are interested this job position and meet the above criteria are required to send their structured English resume/CV and profile photo to: china.office@student-market.com  (Suitable candidates will be contacted within 48 hours )

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