Chinese Online Marketing Coordinator

Position Objective:

To promote animal rights through PETA Asia’s websites and elsewhere on the Internet, with an emphasis on China

Term of Employment:


Reports to:

Vice President

Initial Location:

Manila, Philippines

Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Develop and manage all aspects of the complex and diverse online marketing projects that promote PETA Asia’s mission in both English and Simplified Chinese
  • Write and edit animal rights–related Web features and other online content
  • Create and carry out marketing plans for PETA Asia’s Web content
  • Track and analyze Web traffic and the success of online campaigns and make changes in strategy accordingly
  • Research and explore new promotional possibilities and Internet technologies
  • Perform any other duties assigned by the supervisor


  • College degree in a related field or equivalent experience is preferable
  • Online marketing experience is preferable
  • Proven interest in and excellent working knowledge of the Internet
  • Extensive knowledge of animal rights issues and PETA Asia campaigns
  • Sophisticated understanding of and appreciation for creative work
  • Demonstrated exceptional written and verbal communication skills in both English and Mandarin/Simplified Chinese
  • Proven excellent project management, strategic thinking, and analytical skills
  • Proven ability to conduct and analyze marketing research
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Proven ability to work well under pressure and within tight deadlines
  • Support for PETA Asia’s philosophy and the ability to professionally advocate PETA Asia’s positions on issues
  • Commitment to the objectives of the organization

To apply for a position with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia, please complete this form. Because of the high number of submissions that PETA Asia receives, applications are not accepted by any other means. Depending on your experience and your country of residence, some positions may require you to work as an independent contractor. Independent contractors are not employees and are not entitled to benefits.