China Jobs: Teaching, Media, Business Development

By That's, May 29, 2019

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Job seekers, here's a roundup of the latest employment opportunities in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Suzhou and Greater China. (Recruiters: learn how to get your jobs listed here).

English Teacher (Full Time)

Location: Shenzhen, Guangzhou
Company: Pro 1-HR Consultants Ltd.

Editor (Full Time)

Location: Beijing
Company: HK Focus Media

Bilingual Editor (Full Time)

Location: Shanghai
Company: HK Focus Media

Account Executive (Full Time)

Location: Shanghai
Company: HK Focus Media

Php工程师 (Full Time)

Location: Shanghai
Company: HK Focus Media

Project Editor Intern (Chinese)

Location: Shanghai
Company: HK Focus Media

Business Development Officer (Full Time)

Location: Shanghai
Company: Smooth Visa


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