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Previous exposure to Chinese K education and international markets is also preferred. This position will specifically support our Chinese partnership, as well as additional international growth of the Cricket Media platform and social learning network media businesses.
This includes the analysis, research market conditions in local, regional, or national areas, determination of potential sales of a product or service, marketing planning and deployment, online support between American and Chinese classrooms, International social learning analysis and design, product localization and deployment, technical documentation, presentations, corporate development, and assisting with launching international products, including China.
This role also may gather information on competitors, prices, sales and methods of marketing and distribution.
The ideal candidate will have experience dealing with the broad range of both personality and management styles of high profile, demanding partners, customers, investors, and senior management.
Undergraduate degree or higher. Ability to understand the cultural, social and educational K specifically environment in which Mandarin is used. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to produce well-written, accurate business and technical documentation, summaries, translations, and reports in American English. High energy with ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Significant attention to detail. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Products including advanced skills with spreadsheet software such as Excel and presentation tools such as PowerPoint.
Internet research skills and an understanding of educational, social and computer network communications fundamentals. Knowledge of policies, procedures, and regulations pertaining to conducting business in the Chinese K educational arena.
Knowledge of program and service marketing. Demonstrated knowledge of Chinese publications and web marketing. Experience coordinating English language programs for international students.
Experience in creating high-quality marketing and pitch materials. Passion for promoting education and a love of learning. Experience with digital and online products and services.
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