Last active: 02/17/2014
I'm very interested in any opportunities to obtain a position suitable to my demonstrated organization, market research&development, data management and analysis, customer service, communication, product and project management skills and successful track record in multi-cultural environment.
I have Chinese nationality but speak excellent American English, very good German and a little bit of Spanish. I majored in English in China and after some time working in Beijing, I moved to Germany in 2007 to learn the language and study economics in Kassel University to complement my education. In Germany I did an internship in the marketing department at B.Braun, and later on I was employed as a marketing trainee/researcher. My whole family arrived in Suzhou China in Nov. 2013 because of job relocation.
During the past ten years, I had worked directly with people in diverse professional settings. As a language learner, I was exposed to a variety of community, group and individual settings with my multi-lingua (Chinese, English, German and Spanish) ability making it easy to adapt to new situations and facility concepts. Much of my experience is directly transferable, specifically in the area of cross-culture settings. Being six years in Germany has helped me get a better outlook and more in-depth understanding of the distinction of the western and the eastern cultures and their corresponding operations.
Project management is my bread and butter. Keeping on top of projects and making sure all parts get to the finish line at the same time is one thing I do best. The ability to juggle projects and never missing a deadline didn’t just develop through my professional experience. It also comes from taking care of a child and running a house in a remote area overseas on my own – with very different culture, personalities, activities, and demands – e.g. coordinating play dates, planning meals, or managing schedules, social events, balancing and maintaining a strict budget, etc. It was adapt or die trying. I’ve learned to budget my time and my assets, and most importantly, I’ve learned to be flexible and to get things done.
I know what you’re thinking – that yes, I am the perfect person for the job, but there is no way you can afford me. But I’m not in it for the money – well, I am, but it isn’t the most important thing. I’m looking for a position where my contributions count and my efforts are appreciated. So feel free to drop me a line and let's talk!