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Job Title: Senior Development Manager 
Location: China Development Office, University Offices, Wellington Square, Oxford 
Salary: Competitive
Closing date: 12.00 noon Friday 13 September 2019

The University of Oxford has been successful in raising donations from a broad range of donors, including alumni; non-alumni; foundations and trusts; and corporations. 

The support for the future of Oxford is world-wide, and 50% of the income comes from overseas. Building on our fundraising success, the University is expanding our overseas fundraising. 

We are now seeking a Senior Development Manager to support our fundraising work in mainland China. 

To be successful in this role you will be: 
  • An experienced fundraiser with an impressive track record in building strong relationships with prospects and donors, in the UK and/or internationally, and in securing significant major gifts at the six- or seven-figure level

  • A graduate or equivalent, you will be tenacious, ambitious, self-reliant and adept at developing excellent relationships with senior University officers, academics and colleagues. 

  • Confident and credible at a senior level, you will be experienced in the identification and cultivation of major prospects. 

  • Your background is likely to be in higher education or the not-for-profit sectors and you must be able to work well under pressure in a complex, multi-national and culturally diverse environment. 
  • Fluency in Mandarin, both written and spoken, is essential. 

  • Proficiency in Cantonese, both writing and reading traditional Chinese, is desirable. 

This role will require regular travel to China. Flexible working including working from London will be considered. 

Interviews are anticipated to take place week commencing Monday 30 September 2019. 

Contact Person : Recruitment Administrator Vacancy ID : 141842 

Closing Date : 13-Sep-2019 

Contact Email :


Job Title: Teaching Fellow Opportunity
Company: BeGO Education
Location: China 
Salary: competitive
Start Date: immediate
To apply: contact H-J Colston-Inge on

BeGO Education is a family educational consultancy firm founded in the UK in 2013 and is currently based in Beijing. We assist Chinese families to plan for their children’s education. International schools are just one of the natural pathways for families considering to eventually study abroad.

Job brief
We are looking for a Teaching Fellow to teach English as a second language to local Chinese students who are aiming to study in international schools or abroad. You may also teach other subjects, for example science and math, or impart life skills, such as presentation skills and critical thinking, according to your ability/qualification. A Teaching Fellow is responsible for effective language acquisition, creating personalized lesson plans along with productive learning environment and assisting us in ensuring students are well prepared to enter into western education where English is the main teaching medium. Your role would be teach students to not only learn to love the language but also love to learn and to educate and instill in them the learning methods found in western education. To be successful in this role, you should be familiar with teaching Chinese children and learning culture.

Job Role incudes:

  • Provide private instruction to individual or small groups of students to improve language abilities and academic performance and prepare for entrance exams 
  • Impart life skills such as critical thinking, study skills, executive functioning, presentation, research, etc. 
  • Ensure students learn effectively and achieve their target goals 
  • Monitor student performance through regular assessments and maintain records of the assessment results and student progress 
  • Prepare lesson plans or learning modules for tutoring sessions according to students' needs and goals 
  • Promote learning and productivity 
  • Provide feedback to students using positive reinforcement techniques to encourage, motivate, or build confidence in students 
  • Collaborate closely with Learning Facilitators to determine students’ needs and ensure student progress
  • Communicate students’ progress to Learning Facilitators, Client Facilitators and parents

Benefits include:

• Competitive salary
• Professional development and training
• Visa • Return tickets back home 
• Housing subsidy 
• Health benefits 
• Team building activities


Bilingual Chinese Project Manager 

The Company –

Salary - £25K- £30K plus incentives 

Where - St John’s Innovation Centre, Cambridge.

Who are we? 

We are a technology-enabled startup, combining an innovative online marketplace with professional service offerings, with a clear vision to improve the way Western businesses engage with China. 

Job Description 

We are looking for an ambitious Project Manager who is passionate about West-China business interactions, and capable of delivering high quality project management service to clients. 

Job details

  • Support our business development & sales team to secure business from clients 
  • Manage and deliver client assignments to meet agreed deadline efficiently by managing our suppliers and associates to work alongside our in-house team of specialists 
  • Understand the client’s needs accurately and address any problems timely and effectively 
  • Work with other parts of the business to provide best client experience 

Who you are?  

  • Experienced in management consulting, market research, operational management and business development. 
  • Fluent and excellent language skills in English and Chinese Mandarin 
  • Excellent in written communication 
  • Confident, hardworking, and good in handling pressure and multiple deadlines
  • A good decision maker with great attention to detail 
  • A problem-solver 
  • A calm and diplomatic team player 
  • Good at multi-tasking 
  • Comfortable in working in a multi-cultural environment 
  • Have a good grasp of IT in particular MS Point, Word, Excel 
  • Experience in using any project management software will be a bonus 
  • Sector experience in life science, tech, retail, and education will be advantageous 
  • Bachelor’s degree related to business and above                                                                                                                                                                                                       

Working hours 9.00am-5:30pm with flexible working 

Occasional after-hours client responses will be required as part of the work 

You must have legal rights to work in the UK 

  • 20 days holidays plus Bank Holiday 
  • Workplace pension 
  • Potential for performance related bonus 
  • Option to subscribe to the employee share option scheme 

If you’ve read this far, you’ll realise this role is offering a unique opportunity to be part of a growing business and an awesome team. 

To Apply 

Please send your full resume and application to 

Intern Opportunities in China

Company: Generation UK (British Council) 

Location: China (various locations) 

Salary: Scholarships available 

Description: Generation UK – China programme supports students to undertake up to a year’s study of Chinese language alongside other non-degree programmes like law. The placements are for September 2016/17 academic year so primarily aimed at final year students or those who have recently graduated in 2015. 

The programme is open to students of all disciplines. This is a great opportunity to enhance your CV and boost your skills set, as well as to gain valuable international experience abroad. The British Council offers scholarships for this programme which cover tuition, monthly living allowance and accommodation. 

To apply and for more information about the application process and what the scholarships entail can be found at : 

Essential skills required: This opportunity is available to students of all disciplines. 

Start Date: September 2016