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Employment Opportunities with the US China Business Association

We have developed this Internet job opportunity page to help you better understand our employment opportunities. As a not-for-profit organization, we are responsible for every penny to be spent effectively and efficiently. We are obligated to serve fairly and courteously. We gladly accept these responsibilities and know a rewarding career is possible with our Organization.

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The USCN is committed to the concept and practice of equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability. This commitment is supported by our positive and practical efforts to implement a policy of nondiscrimination and Affirmative Action.

The USCN complies with the nondiscrimination provisions of State and Federal regulations. Our organization recruits, hires, and promotes employees without discrimination. Personnel actions such as compensation, benefits, transfers, layoffs, returning from layoffs, training, education, and tuition assistance are not approved or denied on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability.

How To Apply For Our Jobs
USCN uses a formal application process for regular salary positions to ensure we are in compliance with State and Federal regulations governing not-for-profit organization. Applications and resumes can be sent to us by internet e-mail at hr@us-cn.org to Human Resources Dept., fax (847) 466-1101, or by regular mail -- US China Business Association, 10 N. Martingale Road, IL  60067.

An Employment Application (Acrobat file) may be downloaded here. If you need a free Acrobat Reader, please visit the Adobe website. Or, if you prefer, you may complete an application online at www.us-cn.org after reviewing our vacancies listed below. You will need to list the job title and position number so make note of that information.

Nothing in our application process, its language, policies or procedures, establishes, constitutes or implies an employment contract, the guarantee of employment or benefits, or employment for any specific duration. The US China Business Association is an "at-will" employer. We hope our employment relationship is long-term; however, either you or our organization may end this relationship, at any time, for any reason, with or without cause or notice.

Vacancy Listings

Vacancies are updated every Friday afternoon. 

 

 

DIRECTOR FOR ARTS AND CULTURAL PROGRAMS

 

Description 

Our mission is to connect artists of USA and China through exhibitions, artist exchanges and educational programs by his inspiring stewardship of the art world across the Pacific We are searching for a dynamic and visionary leader with entrepreneurial skills to be an advocate and ambassador for the USCN and guide the USCN into the next chapter of its development in the arts and cultural programs. 

You should be able to organize exhibitions for Chinese artists in the USA, and for the US artists in China while developing engaging programs that increase awareness of USCN’s arts and cultural activities in both countries. Fast forward one year from today, you will have been directly responsible for initiating substantial growth of the USCN’programs between the two countries.  As an innovative thinker and strategic leader, you will have expanded and strengthened ongoing ties by inspiring involvement, creating symbiotic relationships within the business community and corporate channels through win/win programs and will be nurturing and enthusiastic, supportive and cohesive team spirit within the organization. 

Requirements 

The successful candidate will have substantial hi-level contacts in major US museums, and a list of collectors and corporate sponsors. The candidate should have a track record of accomplishment in fundraising through multiple channels, including the ability to increase both earned and contributed income. Knowledge of nonprofit fiscal management and skill sets such as the ability to plan, set goals and objectives, organize, and follow through as well as a propensity to take action and do what is needed are also critical. This position will involve some international traveling to and from China each year.

Other qualifications include five years of applicable work experience, a bachelor’s degree in a related field as well as education or experience as to best practices for museum and collections management.

 If you are interested in applying, send us your resume along with a brief write-up that describes your interest in our mission and what you consider your most relevant and significant tactical accomplishments. Please carefully review the job descriptions and send your resume to hr@us-cn.org with "Director for Arts and Cultural Program" in the subject line.

 

 

 






 
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