Summer is here and slipping away, 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:

Senior Creative Director
A planning company is looking for someone to design core concepts, grasp creative direction, balance the planning team, motivate team members, cooperate with the design department and execution department, and review the feasibility of creative strategies. Must have at least eight years of related experience.

Software Support Engineer
This company is looking for a (business intelligence) software support engineer to provide support to customers, resolve open trouble tickets, reproduce reported issues, and document actions taken to resolve issues. Must be someone with experience analyzing and problem solving technical issues.

Sales Manager
A company near Beiyuan Lu is looking for a dynamic sales manager to work in a small experienced team. The company offers coaching to athletes ranging from beginner to professional, focusing on running, swimming, biking, power training, rowing, and cardio vascular conditioning.

Full-Time Game Translator and Manager
A company is looking for someone to proofread translations, test localized games, and organize a team overseas, as well as other tasks from the manager.

Copy Editor
Looking for someone to edit English translations and writing for a website, as well as to give suggestions for website development and improvement. Must be a native English speaker with a degree in journalism or similar, with two or more years of work experience in journalism, writing, editing, or similar roles.

And lastly, if you're looking to be a flight attendant for one of the world's top 10 airlines, China Eastern Airlines, the Flight Attendant Job Fair, is coming to Beijing on September 3. 

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