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Offre de stage - Junior analyst

Discussion dans 'Annonces - Emploi à Pékin et Stages' créé par BJ-Office, 19 Juin 2013.

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    We are a start-up consultancy firm opening soon in Beijing.
    We presently have an opening for a Junior Analyst internship.
    Please note that as the company has not yet its own premises, this internship will be home based at least at the beginning and therefore you need to have access to internet there.

    Working closely with the GM, the Junior analyst will be involved in various tasks, related to the establishment of the company and its start up activities.
    The tasks will include:

    - Gathering information on specific markets
    - Identify and contact Chinese companies/administrations
    - Visiting exhibitions
    - Providing translation assistance
    - Working on a database of potential clients/intermediaries
    - Assisting with design of communications tools (website, leaflet...)
    - Doing a comparative study of serviced offices in Beijing
    - Other tasks as needed

    Duration: 3 months, part time possible
    Application deadline: selection done on a rollingbasis

    Required Skills:
    - Excellent command of spoken and written English and Mandarin prefered. French a plus
    - Organizational, communication, social and presentation skills
    - Computer literacy
    - Flexible and proactive attitude
    - Previous internship in a similar organization a plus

    Please note that it is a non-paid internship and we cannot assist in any way fortransportation or lodging. We are accepting applications from both Chinese and expatriate candidates. Chinese candidates should be current students. Expatriate candidates should either be current students or recent graduates. To be eligible to be selected, expatriate applicants MUST either a) be in China on a current X (student) visa, that will be valid throughout the internship, or b)be in China on an F (business) visa.

    To apply for the internship position please send an email to jenny.morton@outlook.com with the following information.
    1.A 1-page cover letter, detailing your interest in and qualifications for an internship in a small start-up advisory firm, attached in .doc or .pdf form
    2. Your 1-page resume, attached in .doc or .pdf form
    3. In the email with your documents please include:
    (a)Your dates of availability, as well as your availability during the week from July-September (to the best of your knowledge)
    (b)Your status in China during the internship (i.e. study abroad, looking for full-time employment, etc…)

    Please note that onlyshort listed candidates will be contacted.
    #1 BJ-Office, 19 Juin 2013
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