Beijing 2022 open first worldwide staff recruitment


Beijing 2022 open first worldwide staff recruitment
  1. Beijing 2022 open first worldwide staff recruitment
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    The organizing committee for the Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games opened its first worldwide staff recruitment on…
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The organizing committee for the Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games opened its first worldwide staff recruitment on Monday.

A total of 22 staff members will be recruited for 21 positions, including 11 staff members to be recruited worldwide for 10 positions. Positions in this recruitment involve majors in planning and construction, venue management, marketing, media, finance, law and foreign languages.

The Beijing organizing committee is responsible for organizing and coordinating the preparations and staging of Beijing 2022. Currently the committee has nine internal departments, two operational centers and some 170 staff members.

In order to build a team of professional and internationalized personnel, Beijing 2022 will continue the worldwide recruitment in the future.

The recruitment procedures include online application and first qualification review (March 20-31), examination and evaluation (mid April - late May).

The persons to be employed are determined according to their combined examination results, working experiences, position matching degree and the results of background record review. The applicants may…

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