Our Classifieds section continues to feature a number of interesting job opportunities for people looking for new challenges or just a way out of their current path. See if any of the positions below interest you, otherwise head straight to the section and check out our other listings.
The Beijinger is looking for somebody who is able to support marketing activities by providing materials, support, and logistics coordination. The marketing assistant lends support to the marketing department, maintains relationships with vendors, ensures all branded gifts are of high quality and within budget, and more. If you think you are the right person for the job, and speak both English and Chinese, send in your CV. We promise we're fun to work with!
Papp's Tea, a start-up company dedicated to changing the tea culture of China is looking for a creative director. The role will be people-oriented, involving the development of high-level design concept, and being in charge of any and all creative projects from conception through to completion.
Marketing Content Writer
CSOFT are looking for candidates with an interest in international business and communications who have experience with marketing and creative writing. Your responsibilities will include coordinating and organizing companywide events, tradeshows, and related sales and marketing materials, as well as content writing, editing and proofreading.
Musicians for Filming
Movie producers are looking for a professional dancer, violinists, jazz drummers, classic guitarists, pianists, harpists, conductors, and more, for the shooting of a movie in both the Northern Chinese city of Harbin, and Hungary. If you're interested, send them an email.
Social Media Marketing Manager
A mobile gaming company in Beijing is looking for a social media marketing manager who will be able to draft press articles and contact game websites, maintain the SNS pages and attract more fans online, do translation paperwork, and communicate with overseas clients. Must be fluent in English, and preferably understand Chinese.
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