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Project Co-ordinator II, Centre for China Studies (CUHK)


Organization: Centre for China Studies (CUHK)
Position: Program Coordinator
Location: Hong Kong
Posted: 5/29/2018
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Project Co-ordinator II (carrying the job title of 'Chinese Studies Programme Executive') - (180000XU)

Description

Centre for China Studies

Project Co-ordinator II (carrying the job title of ‘Chinese Studies Programme Executive’)

The appointee will be responsible for (a) co-ordinating student recruitment and assisting in admission-related matters for the undergraduate programmes; (b) planning and co-ordinating local and overseas publicity programmes and functions, including delivering presentations and advising students; (c) establishing and maintaining networks with schools and students; (d) preparing publicity materials in both English and Chinese; (e) maintaining and updating the Centre’s website and other social media platforms; and (f) performing other tasks as assigned. Irregular working hours and overseas travel may be required.

Applicants should have (i) a good Bachelor’s degree, preferably in China Studies or related disciplines; (ii) at least 2 years’ full-time relevant work experience, preferably at tertiary institutions in the administration and planning of student recruitment and student programming services; (iii) a good command of written and spoken English and a working knowledge of Chinese (including Putonghua); (iv) good analytical, interpersonal, communication and presentation skills; (v) a strong sense of responsibility and attentiveness to details; (vi) the ability to work independently and as a team member; and (vii) an excellent command of computer applications. Exposure to new media will be advantageous.

Appointment will be made on a 1-year contract, renewable subject to good performance and mutual agreement.

Application Procedure

The University only accepts and considers applications submitted online for this post.

Job: Executive, Clerical, Secretarial, Technical and Junior Posts

Organization: Centre for China Studies

Unposting Date: Jun 5, 2018

The application for this position can be found here.


Program Coordinator, Harvard China Fund


Organization: Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University
Position: Program Coordinator
Location: Cambridge, MA
Posted: 5/15/2018
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Reporting to the Harvard China Fund (HCF) Assistant Director, the Program Coordinator will be responsible for implementing programmatic activities of HCF for students and faculty, including:

•Publicity and recruiting students to apply for internship and Harvard Summer School programs

•Manage application and selection procedures

•Process forms, organize pre-departure orientation and facilitate travel logistics

•Respond to a high volume of inquiries in a timely fashion

•Maintain website, social media accounts and create new campaigns when needed

•Draft programmatic documents and design efficient procedures

•Collaborate closely with colleagues in Shanghai, different Harvard departments, vendors and external institutions

•Maintain student program budgets and track expenses

•General office management

•Provide direct support to the Chairman of HCF in coordinating events, calendars and travel

In addition, the Program Coordinator will assist with planning large-scale events, such as international conferences, and organizing visits for high-profile Chinese or international delegations, as well as engage in strategic planning for HCF programs and the department:

•Develop departmental products, such as personalized donor gifts

•Analyze program procedures, feedback and comments from partners, then recommend and implement changes for enhanced experiences, better recruitment and safety procedures for program participants

•Develop and execute new events and small-scale programs that engage the HCF community, such as a program alumni engagement strategy

•Participate in planning meetings and assist with drafting and developing materials

•Represent HCF at university-wide planning meetings and participate in inter-departmental projects and collaborations, such as recruiting fairs

Additional projects or duties as assigned can include content research for conferences, general proofreading and back-up support for events at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies as part of the larger administrative team (HCF works in close coordination with the Fairbank Center staff on programs and mutual support). The Program Coordinator may also supervise Harvard College or graduate student interns.

Basic Qualifications

Must possess at least 5 years of administrative experience or the equivalent. Education beyond high school may count toward experience. Strong skills in Microsoft Office Suite, including Word and Excel.

Additional Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred. Mandarin Chinese language skills (oral and written), Chinese Studies background and familiarity with academic culture are preferred. Must be able to prioritize work and meet deadlines, work independently, have strong writing skills and a high level of attention to detail. Must have excellent interpersonal, organizational, logistical and time-management skills, and be able to communicate with people at a variety of levels, including Deans, Faculty, senior administration, students, colleagues and international contacts.

Additional Information

All formal offers will be made by FAS Human Resources.

The application for this position can be found here.


Assistant Director, Oberlin Shansi Memorial Association


The Oberlin Shansi Memorial Association (“Shansi”) is seeking a dynamic and self-directed individual with a strong commitment to cross-cultural learning to serve as our new Assistant Director. The successful candidate will join a Shansi team collaborating with university and nongovernmental organization partners at Oberlin College and Conservatory and in China, India, Indonesia, and Japan to foster long-term mutually beneficial educational exchange programs. The Assistant Director will work on all aspects of Shansi’s programs, including program development and management, fundraising and outreach, and on-campus engagement at Oberlin College and Conservatory.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Assistant Director will have primary responsibility for managing the Shansi Fellows program, which places recent Oberlin College and Conservatory graduates in two-year immersive learning and service opportunities in China, India, Indonesia, and Japan. Responsibilities include supervising and mentoring up to 16 Shansi Fellows, promoting the program on the Oberlin campus, recruiting and interviewing applicants, overseeing the orientation of new Shansi Fellows, managing program finances, and reporting to the Board and the Shansi community. The Assistant Director will maintain regular contact with and provide ongoing support to Fellows and partners in Asia.

The Assistant Director will have a key role in on-campus programming, such as In-Asia grants, the Shansi Prize, and on-campus talks, lectures, and symposia. On-campus programs and relationships at Oberlin College and Conservatory are crucial to Shansi’s success, and the Assistant Director plays an important role in developing and maintaining Shansi’s relationships with faculty, staff, and students, and building connections with Asia-focused scholars, activists, and artists from around the world.

Supporting fundraising and outreach are key responsibilities of the Assistant Director. The successful candidate will work closely with the Executive Director, the Development Committee of the Board of Trustees, and others to identify, cultivate, and steward individual donors, prepare grant applications, and organize outreach events. They will draft and maintain a robust Shansi communications strategy that emphasizes online and social media engagement, and will be responsible for developing stronger multimedia, web-based, and printed materials, including promotional videos, social media campaigns, online newsletters, and the Shansi Annual Report.

The Assistant Director will be directly involved in building and maintaining key Shansi relationships, and will represent Shansi with Asian partner institutions, Oberlin faculty and students, donors, Shansi alumni, Trustees, and other key stakeholders. They will supervise the Returned Fellow and student workers. Periodic travel to Asia will be required. When the Executive Director is absent, the Assistant Director will serve as the key point of contact for Shansi with the Board and partners.

The full listing can be found here: https://jobs.oberlin.edu/postings/6456

























































































































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