29 JUN

Faculty Service Specialist

【Position Title】Faculty Service Specialist
【Department】Academic Affairs
【Number of Positions】1

Duties and Responsibility
1. The Faculty Service Specialist will provide personal support to the resident faculty and visiting professors and their family members at Tsinghua University’s Schwarzman College. Working in conjunction with the program coordinators and the academic leadership at Schwarzman College, the Faculty Service Specialist must consistently offer professional, friendly and engaging service to resident faculty and their families. This person must also be able to work a flexible schedule that generally includes some work on evenings and weekends when visiting faculty arrive. The successful candidate also needs to be able to provide logistical support to faculty gatherings and events that may fall outside of regular working hours.
2. Work with Schwarzman College’s academic leadership to develop processes for efficiently and effectively delivering personal services to the visiting faculty, visiting scholars, guest lecturers and their families (hereafter referred to as resident faculty).
3. Provide professional logistical support to resident faculty and their family members in a manner consistent with the Schwarzman College’s faculty service guidelines.
4. Assist the resident faculty members in working with the external service providers related to living in Beijing and traveling in China.
5. Handle daily miscellaneous enquiries from the faculty members.
6. Work as part of an emergency response team at Schwarzman College that resident faculty and their families can call on in the event of a personal emergency.
7. Assist in hosting visitors to Schwarzman College on an as needed basis.
8. Provide hosting and administrative support for conferences and events, such as lectures, at Schwarzman College.
9. Other tasks as assigned.

1. Bachelor’s degree or above. Management, Social Science, Arts are preferred.
2. Two plus years of experience in expatriate’s services.
3. Fluent English and Mandarin in both written and oral.
4. A professional customer-service approach to assisting faculty members.
5. Good problem solving skills, and well organized when multiply tasks are assigned;
6. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
7. Flexible and willing to work under pressure.
8. Must be available and willing to work off-hours, such as evenings or weekends, during busy periods
Please send the resume to

  • 15 JUN

    English Language Teacher and Writing Center Manager

    Position: English Language Teacher and Writing Center Manager
    Department: Student Life
    Hiring Number: 1

    Duties & Responsibilities
    1. Participate in testing, placement, and orientation activities;
    2. Evaluate textbooks and create/develop course materials/exams as needed;
    3. Work with Academic and Student Life teams to design and host workshops covering common English-language topics (e.g., writing résumés, personal statements, thesis proposals);
    4. Maintain regular Writing Center office hours to give feedback on student essays and writing as needed;

    Basic Qualifications
    1. Hold at least a bachelor’s degree (education, teaching, English literature, applied linguistics, journalism or similar degree preferred);
    2. Have at least two years’ experience teaching English as an additional language, including academic English and/or professional English;
    4. Possess native-speaker English fluency and can demonstrate professional-level English writing and communication skills;
    5. Priority will be given to candidates who:
    ● Hold a graduate degree in TESOL, education, applied linguistics, journalism or similar field; or a certificate in teaching English to speakers of other languages with significant experience;                               
    ● Possess two or more years of teaching EFL/ESL in a university setting;
    ● Have direct knowledge of American and/or Chinese academic and/or business cultures;
    ● Are versatile in teaching students at different proficiency levels;
    ● Have demonstrated successful experience working with Chinese language learners;
    ●Bring innovative and collaborative approaches to their work;

    To apply, submit the following required documents to
    ● A cover letter summarizing your qualifications, interest in the position, and availability;
    ● A current résumé or CV;  and
    ● Names and contact information for three (3) references from individuals who are well acquainted with your previous work, preferably as a professional EFL/ESL instructor.

  • 07 JUN

    Assistant to the Dean's Office

    Position: Assistant to the Dean's Office
    Organization: Schwarzman College, Tsinghua University
    Hiring Number: 1

    Duties & Responsibilities
    1) Monitoring and collecting important/relevant news and information, and bringing them to the attention of the team;
    2) Performing secretarial and clerical duties;
    3) Drafting documents as required;
    4) Working closely with other departments and providing support to the daily run of the College;
    5) Archiving historical documents.
    Basic Qualifications
    1) Maintaining decent moral standard, being punctual and rigorous;
    2) Sensible, attentive, responsive, and efficient;
    3) Being accountable and careful at work, having a clear, flexible mind;
    4) Serving as team player on supportive positions, willing to work in educational system;
    5) Fluent in written and spoken Chinese/English, proficiency with MS Office;
    6) Bachelor’s degree or above, and one year of full-time working experience.

  • 07 JUN

    Assistant Director of Career Services

    Position: Assistant Director of Career Services
    Department: Student Life
    Hiring Number: 1

    Duties & Responsibilities
    1. The Assistant Director of Career Services is responsible for managing operations, programming, events, online materials, resources and vendors, website development and execution, employer development and relationship management support, as well as special projects. Additionally, the Assistant Director will learn coaching techniques and support students’ job search process.
    2. The ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic and resourceful self-starter, who is tech savvy, and willing to do whatever is necessary in this collaborative, lean, start-up environment.  A positive approach toward institutional “growing pains” and an empathy towards student needs is a must!
    3. Provide logistical support to enhance user satisfaction, program effectiveness, and operational efficiency. Identify and deliver strategic operational efficiencies, streamlining work and processes. Operations related responsibilities may range from broad implementation of programs and events to more tactical activities such as budgeting, facilities management, catering, transportation planning, desktop publishing, marketing, soliciting volunteers, or greeting / hosting participants.  
    4. Manage recruiting system (events, recruiting, job posting, student profiles, etc.)
    5. Manage campus experience for recruiters including marketing materials, welcome packets, space, catering, and logistics for on-campus employer events and interviews. Provide high level service and support to recruiters during on-campus visits, including room reservations, facility needs, catering, AV equipment, and laptop provisions.
    6. Use surveys and other tools to measure the success of event programming and execution.
    7. Develop competitive information on pricing, services and resources in the market; analyze that information to improve the program’s delivery of services.
    8. Manage content on selected web pages and resources such as WeChat; draft and send communications and surveys as necessary. 
    9. Works closely with the Director for logistics on resume referrals, job postings, conferences, and other sources—and market these opportunities to the appropriate constituency.
    10. Provide operational support for programs and events.  Act as a liaison with external vendors and internal teams regarding databases/resources. 
    11. Under the supervision of the Director, collaborate with employers regarding job descriptions, ensuring they are appropriate/complete, and offer additional guidance to employers with regard to recruiting options and coach students pursuing various opportunities.
    12. Manage Career Services email; using knowledge, judgment and resourcefulness in responding to questions and liaise/refer as necessary.
    13. Provide project management support for a variety of internal processes and systems such as resume databases and reservation, calendar, registration, and evaluation systems.
    14. Conduct data entry for the recruiting system for employer or student facing needs.
    15. Edit and update career materials.
    16. Other projects as assigned.

    Basic Qualifications
    1. Bachelor’s degree, two years of related experience, or equivalent combination of experience and education. Preferred: Experience managing external relationships, managing multiple projects simultaneously, and facilitating the delivery of world-class service. Business experience in coaching, talent management, or recruiting preferred.
    2. Knowledge of database management systems, survey systems and tools.
    3. Deep commitment to customer service;
    4. Strong written communication. Exceptional attention to detail, proofreading and editing skills. Must be able to express self clearly and concisely in a grammatically correct and professional manner.
    5. Fluent (oral and written) in Mandarin and English.
    6. Clear, concise, effective communicator.
    7. Superior interpersonal skills to interact effectively and represent the College well with participants, faculty, administrators and corporate contacts.
    8. Requires excellent independent judgment, sensitivity, and knowledge of appropriate protocol.
    9. Excellent problem solving skills.
    10. Ability to work successfully in a fast-paced and changing environment.
    11. Proven organizational skills and program management expertise, including the ability to organize and manage multiple projects and processes simultaneously.
    12. On occasion, ability to work nights and early mornings.
    13. International work experience and/or multi-lingual capabilities.
    14. Experience Coaching/Mentoring students or graduates preferred.
    15. A demonstrated sensitivity to student needs and cultural differences.
    16. Proficiency with MS Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and expertise with database systems
    17. Positive, can-do attitude with a desire to lead innovation.

    Please send your resume to

  • 14 APR

    Admissions Manager

    Position: Admissions Manager
    Department: Admissions
    Hiring Number: 1

    Duties & Responsibilities
    1. Assist with the whole process of admissions work for the Schwarzman Scholars Program;
    2. Assist with admissions related events, develop and database of potential applications and follow up in appropriate manners
    3. Responsible for telephone and email correspondence with potential applicants;
    4. Arrange full interview process with chosen applicants, preparing and sending offer letters and assisting actual enrollment in the program;
    5. Provide support and coordination with different teams as needed;
    6. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

    Basic Qualifications
    1. Minimum Bachelor’s Degree required; proficient in written and spoken English;
    2. Minimum 2 years' experience of working for admission, sales or marketing;
    3. Proficient in office software, including WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT;
    4. Clear sense on the daily work;
    5. Good skill of communication and cooperation;
    6. Competent to handle the temporary task from the project leaders.

    Please send your resume to

  • 14 APR

    Associate Director, Career Services & Alumni Affairs

    Position: Associate Director, Career Services & Alumni Affairs
    Department: Student Life
    Hiring Number: 1

    Duties & Responsibilities
    1. Work with Schwarzman Scholars faculty, Director of Student Life, and Internships & Mentorships Manager to design and implement a meaningful internship program and integrate it into curriculum.    
    2. Develop system and database for tracking career opportunities for Schwarzman Scholars. 
    3. Coordinate with SASEF headquarters in NYC on the development of database and social media platforms for alumni.   
    4. Help connect both current and past Schwarzman Scholars to potential employers. 
    5. Counsel individual students on their careers: explore options, discuss student goals, provide resume and cover letter feedback, conduct mock interviews, etc.    
    6. Directly supervise the Manager of Internships & Mentorships.   
    7. Recruit, train, and supervise an administrative assistant.     
    8. Provide direction and help advise students considering further graduate studies.   
    9. Build and provide a library of information online to support students in their job and graduate studies searches.    
    10. Coordinate with Tsinghua faculty on students' requests for letters of recommendations. 
    11. Serve as language and cultural resource to students. 
    12. Other duties as assigned.    

    Basic Qualifications
    1. MA in relevant field.   
    2. Minimum of 5 years working with internships, career services, or employer relations. 
    3. Preferred 2 years' experience working in China.   
    4. Minimum of 2 years' experience working outside China.   
    5. Candidates with experience working on employer relations in the US preferred.  
    6. Candidates with existing career-related network(s) preferred.    
    7. Native or near fluency in both Mandarin and English.   
    8. Excellent networking skills.   
    9. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.   
    10. Excellent management, organizational, and time management skills, with a strong ability to juggle multiple priorities   
    11. Strong stress management skills.   
    12. A demonstrated sensitivity to student needs and cultural differences.   
    13. A commitment to education and study abroad.   
    14. A willingness to commit to live in Beijing, China for at least two years.        

    Please send your resume to

  • 04 NOV

    Chinese Language Instructor

    Position: Chinese Language Instructor
    Department: Student Life
    Hiring Number: 1

    Duties & Responsibilities
    1. Teach Chinese language courses at all levels;
    2. Work with the teaching team and co-design course content and teaching materials;
    3. Teach one-on-one tutorial sessions;
    4. Participate in co-curricular activities, including Chinese table, office hours, workshops, trips etc.

    Basic Qualifications
    1. Master’s degree in teaching Chinese as a foreign language or relevant discipline;
    2. Minimum of three years teaching Chinese at the university level;
    3. Experience in independently designing and managing a curriculum is preferred;
    4. Native or near native fluency in English and cross-cultural communication skills are required;
    5. Experience of teaching in intensive American programs is highly desirable.

    Please send your resume to

  • 04 NOV

    Accounting Assistant

    Position: Accounting Assistant
    Department: Accounting
    Hiring Number: 1

    Duties & Responsibilities
    1. Responsible for expense reimbursement;
    2. Responsible for the payment of payroll and service charges;
    3. Coordinate with U.S. team , review overseas payment and settlement;
    4. Responsible for contract registration and tracking;
    5. Verify procurement from financial perspective and participate in the acceptance;
    6. Maintain management’s signature;
    7. Other duties related.

    Basic Qualifications
    1. Strong sense of responsibility. Be prudent and diligent;
    2. Bachelor’s degree, major in Accounting, English, Finance, Financial Management or equivalent;
    3. Proficient in English (spoken and written), overseas experiences preferred.
    4. Attained the Accounting Qualification Certificate/within the stipulated time;
    5. Be good at team working;
    6. Proficient in office software.

    Please send your resume to

  • Contact Us
    Schwarzman College, Tsinghua University, Haidian District, Beijing 100084, P.R. China