Discussion » Employment Opportunities » YIC 11-057 Marketing Officer Trainee

  • Yourcareerchina
    Yourcareerchina wrote:
    <p>Reference: YIC 11-057 Job title: Marketing Officer Please send us your CV and inform us your nationality and native language when applying</p> <p>Reference: YIC 11-057 Job title: Marketing Officer Trainee Company Location: Beijing, Qing Dao</p> <p>Company Profile: Established in 1996, our client has now develop into a firm which covers about 150 000 m2, has more than 600 staff after year of development. Its products are exported to many countries and regions of America, Europe, Australia and Asia. Their newly established Beijing and Qing Dao office is now looking for an intern that can speak at least one African language (also you must speak Conversational Chinese) </p> <p>Job description: 1. Providing marketing information of targeted market 2. Providing marketing research in targeted countries 3. Building and maintaining strong relationships with new and existing major clients 4. Engaged in launching market research for all products in charge 5. Tracking and analysing customers' requirements for related products 6. Delivering market research report and corresponding business plan Job Requirements: 1. Marketing/Business major or related 2. Full and part time positions are available, students are welcome to apply 3. Conversational Chinese is a must 4. Work with responsibility, organization, and clear thinking; good team motivator 5. Able to work and excel under stress; Starting date: 2012 Duration: 6 -24 month full time or part time Part time: 1500 yuan – 2000 yuan compensation will be provided based on experiences Full time: 3000 yuan per month; after probation period 5000 yuan per month plus accommodation and meal will be provided Contact: Brian brian@yourinternshipchina.com<br /> Skype: Your.internship.China www.yourinternshipchina.com</p> <p>P.S.: Only candidate who been shortlisted for an interview will be contacted by our office. Thank you for your patience.</p>

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