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“Operations Officer：月收入$14,000 + bonus ($10,000 per year)” – Anonymous 14.4.2016
“正常日子：10:00am – 7:30pm
繁忙日子：10:00am – 11:00pm “– Anonymous 14.4.2016
“The labour turnover rate is very high (always post ads on job-seeking websites). If your supervisor likes you, you can get promotions and increments 2-3 times a year in average. If your supervisor doesn’t like you, you will not even get it once a year.
It is easy to change to other education institutions (other consultancies or schools). But it will take more effort if you want to change to another industry. “– Anonymous 14.4.2016
“The main business of this company is to send kids to boarding schools and universities in the US and UK.
Being operations officer is like being a secretary for clients’ kids. Main duties:
– Fill in applications for students
– Gather credentials and document forms
– Track timelines and deadlines” – Anonymous 14.4.2016
“Teammates are really good. Company previous likes to hire fresh graduates so the environment was fun. However, they start to hire more people above 35, which create a generation gap in the office.
Work will be challenging in the first year, esp if you have no previous experience in studying aboard. However, duties will be repetitive every year, as the application process is mostly the same every year.
Boss always changes his mind so for people who need to work for him will feel very exhausting. “– Anonymous 14.4.2016
“Usually need to meet the boss and the manager. First round should be group interview, second/third round will meet the manager and boss (depend on their availabilities).
Group interview: Role play plus general questions.
Second interview: Specific questions on “why this job” and candidates’ previous experience. Sometimes they will use uni/boarding schools interview question to test candidates. “ – Anonymous 14.4.2016
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