Discussion » Employment Opportunities » YIC 2012 – Internship Program Manager

  • Your Career China
    Your Career China wrote:
    <p>Profile of us: Company Profile Fu Rui Shi Human Resource Consulting Company Ltd. was established in 2008 by a group of English professionals who specialize in HR service to companies and HR advice to international candidates for jobs and internships in China. We are committed to providing the most engaging and comprehensive business work experiences and career to our candidates in China; we have candidates working in China from all over the world. Commission based YIC 2012 – Internship Program Manager Responsibilities: 1. Direct and manage project development from beginning to end. 2. Constantly innovating the internship program 3. Develop a international marketing plan to gain more applicants for the internship program 4. Competitors research<br /> 5. Public relation management, this include the management of media, newspaper and other propagandas 6. Recruiting International Candidate over phone and Skype 7. Attend business and networking events 8. Customer relation management 9. Build, develop, and grow business relationships vital to the success of the project 10. Online promotion, online media management 11. Create and implement marketing campaigns. 12. Lead and deliver marketing promotion activities 13. Conduct industry research, provide relevant articles, online media resources, etc 14. Assist in developing quarterly company media newsletter </p> <p>Job Requirements: 1. Bachelor degree 2. Experienced in team leadership 3. Flexible and innovative 4. Knowledgeable in the process of dealing with International marketing</p> <p>Starting date: ASAP 2012 Full Time position Commission based Package will be applied for 1 year employment 1. Paid Annual holiday 2. Visa sponsorship 3. Insurance</p> <p>Contact: Dawn Huang Dawn.h@yourcareerchina.com Skype: YourCareerChina</p>

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