Open Position: International Affairs Administrator
datetime:2015-03-10 11:41:46
International Affairs Administrator
Peking University HSBC Business School Description Peking University HSBC Business School (PHBS) is located in Shenzhen, as part of PKU Shenzhen Graduate School. Almost half of our faculty members are international and all of them have overseas experience. All classes are taught in English. PHBS also operates two dual degree programs with Chinese University of Hong Kong and National University of Singapore.

Job Title: International Affairs Administrator
Peking University HSBC Business School is currently looking for a native English speaking staff member to work in the HSBC Business School staff administration office, supporting bilingual and general work related to international affairs.

Main Work Responsibilities:
1. Manage international recruiting and marketing efforts
2. Manage and organize the applicant materials and list of applicants
3. Follow through with international applicants in the enrollment process
4. Help in coordinating the arrival and orientation for new international students
5. Manage the English website information related to international student admissions
6. Bilingual support & English editing and proofreading as needed
7. Other tasks related to the support of international affairs
Work Location: Shenzhen, Guangdong Province
Work Type: Full-time (Monday to Friday: 8:00-12:00 noon & 1:30-5:30pm)
Start Date: Position available to start immediately
Contract: 3 years
Work Visa/Residence Permit: Provided
Salary: Negotiable

Qualifications, in order of importance:
Basic Requirements:
- Bachelor Degree
- Native English speaker
- Proficiency in Mandarin Chinese

Preferred qualifications:
- Previous work and/or study experience in China with related work experience
- Excellent cross-cultural communication skills and an interest in working in student services

Extra Benefits Provided:
 Public Medical Insurance (Government Social Security Card)
 Holiday bonuses and gifts during the year
 Transportation subsidy, phone subsidy, newspaper subscription subsidy
 2 hours of free basic Chinese classes each week
 Opportunity to improve mandarin level rapidly due to Chinese language working environment

Interested candidates should send a résumé (including a profile picture) and cover letter to: Amy Xing at before March 31, 2015.