Discussion » Employment Opportunities » Native German looking for job opportunities in Man

  • Rene
    Rene wrote:

    Dear Sirs,

    Being a native German I am currently looking for new opportunities at the job market in the field of Management, Sales and Marketing in Beijing. I am 30 years old and have around one and a half year working experience in the above fields in Germany and China.

    Here some headwords about my profile:

    Educational background:

    -          Chinese studies

    -          Legal studies


    Working experience:

    -          Multiproject management  

    -          Sales and Marketing

    -          Business development 

    -          Sourcing

    -          Customer acquisition and customer service

    -          CMS website maintenance and Social media marketing

    -          Translations (Chinese, English, German)

    -          Office administration



    -          Microsoft-Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)

    -          CMS website maintenance and Social media marketing

    -          Photoshop


    -          English (fluent)

    -          Chinese (fluent)

    -          Spanish (basics)

    -          German (mother tongue)

    Since I have working and residence permit, a master degree and one and a half year experience in the above vocational fields and since I am fluent in four languages, my salary expectations are between 15.000 RMB and 18.000 RMB (net income, i.e. after tax and social insurance contributions). When you are looking for someone with my profile background I would be delighted, if you could contact me at: bairenrui@163.com.

    Note: I am NOT interested in teaching jobs!

    Kind regards,


  • WeLiveInBeijingRess
    wow, hard to see a foreigner use 163.mail. interesting.
  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:
    Anyone wondering why I brought up the issue of race in the other thread might want to consider why OP's email address starts with "bairen."

    > I am NOT interested in teaching jobs!

    So tsundere!

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