Mid-Week Job Opportunities Round-up: Non-Teaching Jobs in Shanghai

Mid-Week Job Opportunities Round-up: Non-Teaching Jobs in Shanghai
This article rounds up recent job ads from eChinacities' Job section. While we make every effort to ensure credible information, it is the reader's responsibility to exercise reasonable judgment when using the information in the links provided. As with any information provided on the Internet, do not believe everything you read. eChinacities.com is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of employment and job seekers are solely responsible for obtaining necessary information concerning the employer. However, if you discover a scam or false job advert, please click on the Report Abuse link at the bottom of that advert's page.

Unemployed? Thinking of job hopping? We've rounded up recent job posts for expats from our Shanghai Jobs section that caught our eye. Of course, you can find many more opportunities, both teaching and non-teaching, in our ever popular Job section!

Unhappy with your job? Maybe it's time to start looking around for something else.

Writing & Editing

1) English Editor

Post date: Nov 5, 2012

Shanghai WOW!, an online and mobile guide to the high life in Shanghai, is seeking full time editors for its Shanghai office. Successful applicants will be responsible for producing daily editorial content and conducting interviews, food tasting and reviews. Could this be you? More info here.   

2) eCommerce Website Editor

Post Date: Nov 6, 2012

NewX, a Shanghai-based start-up company specialized in quality lifestyle products, is looking for experienced native English speakers to join its international team. Successful candidates will research and verify company information and product descriptions to create clear and attractive copy. Read on here.

Sales & Marketing

1) Business Development & Sales Officer

Post Date: Nov 7, 2012

Mandarin House, one of China's major Mandarin language schools, is seeking staff to help with the growth and maintenance of their international student network, managing international admissions and carrying out promotional work.  Sound interesting? Read more here.

2) Key Account Manager/Business Development

Post Date: Nov 6, 2012

A Shanghai consulting agency is seeking a key account manager to be responsible for the execution of a comprehensive sales and marketing system for senior management training programs. Successful candidates earn a base salary but can earn up to 25,000 a month in commission. More details here.

3) Marketing Trainee

Post Date: Nov 8, 2012

Avazu Inc. is one of the largest and fastest growing performance based online marketing companies with offices around the world. Trainees will be responsible for finding prospect advertisers or publishers and to bring in new clients. Successful completion of the trainee program provides a fast track permanent position in the company. More info here.

IT & Web

1) Social Media and Marketing Executive

Post date: Nov 2, 2012

Are you extremely passionate about iPhone apps and social media marketing? Hayes Corp is currently seeking app enthusiasts to join its team in Shanghai to research app and game ideas and to come up with innovative proposals for new apps. Find out more here.

Bars & Clubs & Restaurant Staff

1) Marketing & PR Staff

Post Date: Nov 7, 2012

A food and beverage company with two restaurants and one club on the Bund is looking for outgoing marketing and PR staff, preferably on a full-time basis. More info here. 

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