I have some great news to share on the blog: InternChina has recently hired 4 amazing people, who have joined our teams in China and the UK over the past few weeks.
These new recruits represent a big step forward for InternChina and I’m sure it will be an exciting period ahead. The new recruits are, in no particular order; Rosey Ogden, Coral Simpson, Dominic (Dom) Hughes and Liam Dempsey. We conducted a competitive application process over the past few months and received some outstanding applications for the roles. I really think we have chosen 4 wonderful people, who will bring fresh ideas, enthusiasm and experience to our team.
Three of our new recruits will be taking on Branch Management roles in China:
We have one new recruit in our Manchester office…
I’m sure Rosey, Coral, Dom and Liam will be blogging and posting on our social media channels over the coming weeks and months!
I’m happy to say that our current branch managers in Qingdao, Chengdu and Zhuhai are all staying with IC and moving into exciting new roles within our growing organisation:
Clare Harding will be our new Europe Partnerships Manager, starting in October 2017. Clare will be responsible for university partnerships, promotion and bookings for mainland Europe. Clare will be based in our Manchester office.
Paul Bailey will be working on partnership development, based in Zhuhai. He’ll be focussed primarily on our partnerships with universities and government in Australia, New Zealand and Asia-Pacific, but also generating new partnerships worldwide, including Chinese university partnerships, supporting me with North American partners and supporting Clare with EU partners.
Paul Yeandle will take on the regal title of China General Manager! Paul will be responsible for overseeing the bookings process in China, programme continuity & innovation, China team management & development, monitoring & improving the participant experience, Chinese university partnership development and the overall mastery of our internal processes. Paul will remain in Chengdu.