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Business & Investment Consultant in Needed in Harbin

Business & Investment Consultant in Needed in Harbin



Harbin ZY real estate agent Co., Ltd, established in 2007, we proved real estate service, real estate investment underwriting, risk investment, financing guarantees, loan guarantees, small Business Finance, etc



Now we’re looking for a business & investment consultant in Harbin, the work will be about 6 months to 1 year, the month salary is about RMB 10K (living cost in Harbin is much lower than Beijing, so this… Continue

Added by David on June 18, 2011 at 2:27am — No Comments

Research Associate

Job Description



1. Work with researchers



2. Work on one or more project issues



3. Data collection and conduct market research



4. Analyze data



5. Data Entry, translation and some supporting work



6. Present your results to your project manager



7. Prepare presentations





Required Qualifications



1. University degree (finance, economics or related field preferred)



2. Graduating students or…
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Added by SmithStreetSolutions on August 30, 2010 at 5:08am — No Comments

Senior Associate

Recruitment

Looking for: Senior Associate – Financial Advisory (Shanghai office)

We are looking to hire a talented, experienced Sr. Associates for our Financial Advisory

division. The Sr. Associate will be directly involved in the entire project cycle, from business

development to project delivery and maintaining client relationships. The ideal candidate

will have a more than 2 years of experience in finance or related field. The soft skills we are

looking…
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Added by SmithStreetSolutions on August 30, 2010 at 5:07am — No Comments

HR Manager (Shanghai)

Recruitment

Looking for: a talented, experienced Project Manager (Shanghai office)



We are looking to hire experience Project Managers who are able to lead quantitative and/or qualitative research projects for large, multinational client companies. Previous clients cover a wide range of industries, including FMCG, pharma, luxury, professional services, finance, etc.



Job Description

– Manage multiple projects simultaneously

– Identify new business…

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Added by SmithStreetSolutions on August 30, 2010 at 5:05am — No Comments

Project Manager - Investment Banking (Shanghai)

Recruitment

SmithStreetSolutions is a leading Consulting and Advisory firm based in Shanghai and New York. Due to our rapid expansion plans, we are currently looking for a smart, motivated, and experienced Project Manager – Investment Banking to lead our investment research team at our Shanghai office.
Key Responsibilities:
1.…
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Added by SmithStreetSolutions on August 30, 2010 at 5:02am — No Comments

Expat-Associate (Job Code: EA01_SH) (Shanghai)

Introduction

SmithStreetSolutions a leading Consulting and Advisory firm based in Shanghai and New York. We are looking for smart and motivated entry-level expatriates who are looking for a good place to start their career. We want teamplayers who will help us create a multi-cultural business that is successful and unique.

This job is open for people who are looking to develop themselves for the long-run. If you join us, you will be trained with the best management…
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Added by SmithStreetSolutions on August 30, 2010 at 5:00am — No Comments

Head of Pharmaceutical Research Division

Looking for: a talented, experienced Project Manager - Pharmaceutical Market Research



Position opened to both local and overseas candidates based in Shanghai.



Job Description

– Lead a team to conduct pharmaceutical research projects, including industry research, market evaluation, and competitor tracking and analysis;

– Provide support for clients in pharmaceutical, healthcare, medical devices, and related industries;

– Identify and develop new…
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Added by SmithStreetSolutions on August 30, 2010 at 4:55am — No Comments

Project Manager (Market Research)

Looking for: a talented, experienced Project Manager (Shanghai office)



We are looking to hire experience Project Managers who are able to lead quantitative and/or qualitative research projects for large, multinational client companies. Previous clients cover a wide range of industries, including FMCG, pharma, luxury, professional services, finance, etc.



Job Description

– Manage multiple projects simultaneously

– Identify new business…
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Added by SmithStreetSolutions on August 30, 2010 at 4:52am — No Comments

Ireland embraces FirstScreen™ from HireLabs – The Red Lemonade factor

FirstScreen™ propels Irish job board specialists IWantANewJob



Ireland based IWantANewJob goes live with FirstScreen™, the talent assessment platform from HireLabs. Commenting on the positioning, HireLabs VP Sales, Hassan Bin Rizwan said that



…FirstScreen™ not only fulfills the much demanded talent screening solution for the Irish market, but also strongly positions HireLabs to extensively service regional markets through it’s channel partners.



President and COO… Continue

Added by Saleem Qureshi on April 26, 2010 at 9:17am — No Comments

Careful planning before career change

When people decide to switch jobs, they can have any number of reasons, ranging from the desire for a pay rise or faster career advancement to the need for less stress or a more inspiring working environment. In the case of Denise Che, chief executive officer of Wisers Information Limited since 2004, the key factor has always been the chance to take on different challenges.



"It is personal growth that I am looking for and the opportunity to learn by taking on something new," Ms Che… Continue

Added by Michael Wright on March 30, 2010 at 6:46am — No Comments

It's not all about Grades: It's a Passport of Global Citizenship

A popular criticism of the Chinese education system is its sole focus on test scores as opposed to integrating other components that are essential to effective education. This article is about the things that Chinese students are doing in school and what things that they actually can do to further enrich their high-school experience.



Since the listing of the New Oriental School (a school that offers courses, which focus on the test skills of TOEFL, SAT, GRE, and other required tests… Continue

Added by Michael Wright on March 29, 2010 at 4:25am — No Comments

The ARI GOLD of the Headhunting Biz

For as long as I can remember, I have always had a fascination for the beautiful game - football. I understood from the start that it was never meant to only be a sport, but a true religion. It isn't so much just about 11 v 11 on a grass pitch with a ball, but it's about supporting YOUR club through the thick and thin.…

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Added by Ricky Pak on March 19, 2010 at 6:00pm — 1 Comment

Lost in Translation....!

Dear Michael,



In the message below, you’ve mentioned about a CV. I believe in the United States, we don’t usually submit a CV so I’ve never created one. How is a CV different from a resume? I did some online research about CVs and it looks like it has some personal info (birth day, nationality, gender, and martial status, etc.) in addition to the standard US resume (work experience, education, language, skills and objective). I have my most recent resume ready to forward to you for… Continue

Added by Michael Wright on March 11, 2010 at 6:52am — No Comments

Average is a Dead-End: from Monster.

Michael said I should post some blogs, even it is cut and paste. Well, here we go. I just read this article on Monster, pretty good stuff. Average is dead, not only just being a average worker, in the job hunting process, average is still dead. I always tell my candidates, especially those too Jr. that I really cannot help right now, to be creative, innovative BUT remain professional. Don't just send your resume, call them if you can find the number, meet them if you are local. If all the other… Continue

Added by Hui Shen on February 17, 2009 at 8:44pm — 2 Comments

Headhunters, Litmus Tests and Fair-Weather Friends

Following a couple of conversations; one with a good friend and the other with a complete stranger in a club, I felt compelled to write on the subject of ‘friends’ and just what this word means for us headhunters.



My conversation with the stranger – whose name I will not disclose as I am certain he is known by many people here in Beijing, seemed to enjoy being ‘facetious’ (his word of the day) about various things but when I mentioned that doing what he does must mean that he knows a… Continue

Added by Corinne Howley on February 3, 2009 at 4:59am — No Comments

An old blog - but new post. ("The Big Bad Talent War")

China is a hub of emerging markets. China in itself, is an emerging market.



In an environment which commands dynamism and evolves at a continuously exponential rate, it is crucial for companies to stay ahead and on top of the game.



The technology market here in China continues to gain momentum in its innovations and provides fierce competition both globally and internally in spite of the overall market situation. However, a very big problem still persists. We are amidst a… Continue

Added by Corinne Howley on February 3, 2009 at 4:56am — No Comments

My First Week as a Recruiter

Rock up to Pretty Mall. Anticipation stirring a few small butterflies.



After the warmest welcome from Michael and Jessi we get straight into it. An introduction into what is to come over the next 5 days…candidate processing, client processing, interviews and all that jazz.



Following a thorough guided tour with Michael (the man behind the set-up; an absolute legend) through Idealpeople’s extensive in-house database we move swiftly on to the key factor in opening the giant… Continue

Added by Corinne Howley on September 2, 2008 at 4:05am — 1 Comment

Who IS the The TOP Recruiter in the World?

F.A.O



Every CEO should have a black book of a couple of great Headhunters.



Every Staffing/Recruitment Manager should know at least 5 reliable staffing partners.



HR folks should know a couple of superior Consultants.



Every Line Manager accountable for a performing team and involved in Recruitment should maintain a list of fantastic recruiters, to call when a business-critical hire needs to be made, and the list of ‘Cheap & Cheerful’ CV-slinging… Continue

Added by Michael Wright on August 28, 2008 at 3:05am — No Comments

Cold Calling is Dead! Let's bury it! - Web 2.0 means all Recruiters should call WARM...

In Response to some person who is going around calling themselves the "Inside Sales Guru" who said (in public on Linkedin)



Here's the link: http://www.linkedin.com/answers/marketing-sales/sales/sales-techniques/MAR_SLS_STC/275615-20579075?searchIdx=0&sik=1217477515483&goback=%2Easr_1_1217477515483



I contend that cold calling works just about as well, maybe better than extensive research. Obviously looking up the company and finding names will always be useful… Continue

Added by Michael Wright on July 31, 2008 at 5:18am — No Comments

How to avoid the Skills Shortage - Employer/HR tips

Skills Shortage Averted! Top Tips For Employers



Although Idealpeople depend on having enough talent shortages around to give us enough recruiting problems to solve – we know that having a great recruitment strategy is about a multi-faceted approach.



So, from time to time, we don’t mind giving away nuggets of wisdom to the hiring universe as it makes us feel all warm and altruistic. We’re pretty confident it’s not just about the ‘theory’ but about having the practice to… Continue

Added by Michael Wright on July 28, 2008 at 3:17am — No Comments

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