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Job Opportunities at TBC

Program Manager

The Beijing Center (TBC) offers internship placements alongside our semester study abroad program every Fall and Spring, and since 2017, we also offer a full-time summer internship program. TBC’s internship program is expanding and fast becoming a ‘pillar’ experience for its students and is designed to supplement and enhance their classroom learning through exposure to a real-life work environment. We’re currently searching for an experienced program manager to join our ranks and continue our tradition of success. The ideal candidate will have a sharp business mind and a proven ability to strategize and implement high-level program initiatives. A key aspect of the role will be developing and implementing a strategy for the sustainable increase in the quantity and range of internship partner businesses and organizations.

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Program Coordinator

The Beijing Center (TBC) prides itself on delivering efficient and effective service to our international customers. The key to our success is largely dependent on the stellar ability of our program management team. TBC is now seeking a professional to contribute to its growth. The Program Coordinator is a part-time/full-time position depending on availability. TBC Program Coordinator is responsible for implementing and executing scheduled programs along with managing all aspects of program operations. This position is highly valued and requires great effort and devotion to ensure its success.

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Communications Assistant

The Beijing Center (TBC) is looking for a Communications Assistant to help carry out our marketing communications plans, inspiring people to discover, engage and dialogue with China in immersive and exciting ways through TBC’s Study Abroad, Research, CareerVentures, and ChinaContact programs. We connect students, scholars and professionals with meaningful ways to build bridges between China and other cultures. If you’re interested in the fields of communications, marketing, graphic design, and social media, then this could be a great opportunity for you. We are looking for a fun and creative individual to help create content, design and develop new communications materials, build upon our social media engagement and work creatively and collaboratively with the marketing communications team to carry out TBC’s plans.

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Internship Opportunities at TBC

Currently, The Beijing Center is hiring interns in the following departments: Academics and Administration, ChinaContact, Career Ventures, Marketing and Communications, Anton Library, Human Resources, and Student Life. Detailed job descriptions of each position are listed below:

1. Academics and Administration Intern

Job Description:
•Assist to draft academic documents and announcements
•Being trainer of trainee, tracking timesheets, report monthly to supervisor
•Maintain academic archives by scanning documents and uploading them to Sharepoint (training can be provided)
•Coordinate with TBC Anton library intern to make sure that classrooms are opened before class sessions and closed after classes, especially for evening sessions
•Get familiar with classroom facilities and assist faculty when needed
•Maintain confidentiality of departmental information
•Communicate and cooperate efficiently and effectively with supervisor and TBC staff


2. ChinaContact Intern

About ChinaContact
ChinaContact was established in 2002 to facilitate short-term, credit or non-credit, tailor-made Chinese study programs for a wide audience. By combining lectures, field trips and interaction with the Chinese community, ChinaContact program enables a comprehensive study of China’s history, culture, society, politics, and economy. Programs are themed on doing business, social justice, religions, environment, ethnic studies and so on, lasting from three days to six weeks. For each program, ChinaContact’s service includes lectures, cultural and corporate site visits, interprovincial excursions, and logistical arrangements such as classroom and library space, housing, transportation, and meals. ChinaContact also enables groups with independently arranged lectures and activities to execute their programs, while ChinaContact plays a supplementary role in academics and logistics.

Job Description:
•Assist in logistic support to groups
•Lead or accompany groups to cultural, historical and professional sites in and out of Beijing
•Contact business companies for group visits
•Keep good records on group expenses
•Serve as liaison between ChinaContact and UIBE students to organize group activities
•Fluent in both Chinese and English
•Strong leadership capabilities
•Good organizational and interpersonal skills
•UIBE junior/senior undergraduates or graduate students are preferred


3. Marketing and Communications Intern

Job Description:
•Assist in the creation, maintenance, and growth of TBC’s public WeChat account; helping the team with Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn accounts
•Takes pictures and videos of TBC-sponsored student activities to be developed into content for social media platforms and blog posts
•Creation and updates to marketing materials using Adobe Creative Suite (print materials, infographics, branded merchandise) -training available
•Assist with video production (shooting, editing, etc) -training available
•Work with local print and merchandise companies

Preferred Qualifications:
•Experience with graphic design, layout, photography, videography or electronic media
•Experience with WeChat public accounts preferred
•Experience with Adobe Creative Cloud software suite
•Experience maintaining a website and/or an online blog
•Proficiency in use of computers (Mac and PC)


4. Anton Library Intern

Job Description:
Book Circulation
•Check in/out books, catalog new books into the system
•Help readers search and find books
•Introduce the book collections and antiques in the Anton Library to guests/visiting scholars
Facilities Management
•Help TBC faculty and students using library and classroom facilities
•Timely report status of IT facilities including photocopy machines, computers and classroom facilities, etc

Preferred Qualifications:
•Love of reading and books
•Detail-oriented and an independent learner
•Fluent oral English
•Related experience in other libraries.
•Familiarity with TBC; experience of being a Chinese Roommate or Tutor


5. Event Planning and Career Ventures Intern

Job Description:
Event Planning
•Assist in promotion of all events and activities, including creating and distributing invitations, press releases, and social media campaigns
•Assisting development of scripts, agendas, timelines, PowerPoint presentations, sitemaps and research
•Assisting organization and execution of event logistics
•Assisting updating of event online presence including website and social media
•Other duties as assigned.

Career Ventures
•Assist in creating a host organization handbook
•Search for events appropriate for TBC students and post them on group chats
•Schedule online webinars
•Make trips to host organization sites
•Attend events and present TBC on stage
•Read students’ weekly blogs
•Assist students in poster creation

Preferred Qualifications:
•Self-starter with pleasant, public-oriented attitude
•Professional, calm demeanor; project a positive image of TBC
•Ability to work as part of a professional team
•Personality necessary to interact successfully with a wide variety of professionals
•Planning and prioritization skills
•Knowledge of basic graphic and layout principles
•Expertise in Windows-based computer programs including Word, MS Publisher, and Excel
•Comfortable with creating social media posts


6. Student Life Intern

Job Description:
•Support and work closely with TBC semester international students with issues of cultural adjustment and transition into China
•Organize, participate, and lead Student Life cultural and historical site visits
•Learn and utilize technologies including Salesforce, and Outlook Office 365 online filing system (no prior experience is required, and training provided)
•Oversee Student Life email account and respond to questions and inquiries in a timely manner
•Assisting the management of facilities and equipment
Required Qualifications:
•Desire to learn in a professional and multi-cultural setting
•Excellent customer service skills
•Well-developed written and oral English communication skills
•Proven organization skills and high sense of service spirit
•Proficiency in use of computer software
•Excellent work ethic demonstrating ability to work closely with TBC students
•Flexibility for night and weekend work is required during busy time

Preferred Qualifications:
•Familiar with TBC; have experience of being a Chinese Roommate or Tutor
•Able to continue the assistantship after the spring semester. Working schedule to be adjusted.


7. Human Resources and Operations Intern

Job Description:
•Maintain existing recruitment channels and open up new recruitment channels
•Update relevant recruitment information and analyze data
•Stay close to the TBC recruitment plan, complete the work related to JD, and coordinate the communication with interviewers and candidates
•Responsible for follow-up interview scheduling and feedback
•Assist in the online data entry and maintenance of the human resources management system
•Create and maintain a friendly, respectful, and accepting atmosphere at TBC
•Provide excellent customer service and maintain professionalism
•Maintain confidentiality of departmental information

Preferred Qualifications:
•Experience with relevant HR department
•Quick learner who asks questions and is eager to grow
•Proven communicating and coordinating skills and good task management skills
•Strong initiative with the ability to work well independently
•Proficiency in use of MS Office