Summer is finally here, and who wants to spend the best of Beijing's days locked up in a boring, dead-end job, with horrible colleagues you'd rather never see? As our beloved reader, you should know that you don't have to submit yourself to such an unbearable situation. Instead, take a look below at the best of our job Classifieds:

Project Manager
iSoftStone is looking for a Project Manager (PM) to join their Worldwide Service Department in the Beijing Headquarters. The PM is dedicated to manage all resource requirements according to project specifications, and as a leader of the team, has the opportunity to deal with different clients, stakeholders and department members. 

Marketing Professionals
Ed Bernays is a one-stop branding and communications consultancy that offers a comprehensive range of diversified services. If you are a communication professional but tired of the big shops that treat you like another number, want the space to grow and enjoy working in a close-knit team, this might be the job for you. 

Marketing Manager
BON TV is looking for a full-time Marketing Manager. BON TV is a private owned English TV station producing English TV programs and broadcasting overseas. Responsibilities include being in charge of importing English and Chinese language TV programs, developing importing channels and clients, business negotiations, and supervising the whole procedure. 

Digital Marketing Internship
Seeking two top-tier candidates for a new Financial Digital Marketing Internship program at a firm located in Central Park. This is an exciting opportunity for college students to learn about finance, marketing, and business in China. Interns participate in key marketing activities throughout the duration of the program.

Bartender
Cellar Door is looking for someone to bartend. There will be one or two shifts a week, most likely on Sundays and Thursdays. For those who don't know the place, it's a little bar in a Gulou hutong known for its range of beers, its lovingly compiled music playlists and its friendly, interesting crowd of regular drinkers. 

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