Introduction to JD.com

JD.com is China’s largest online retailer and its biggest overall retailer. With the 471 million active customers who trusted us, our passion for providing the best product and service is second to none. Our business grows from mainland China into the global markets, helping both leading local and international brands tap into China’s fast-growing e-commerce market. JD.com is also the only e-commerce platform in the world to provide small-to-medium sized warehousing, oversized warehousing, cross border, cold chain delivery, frozen and chilled warehousing facilities, B2B and crowdsourcing logistics.

At JD Worldwide, we are proud to have people that demonstrate ownership in the job and always aim for exceeding expectations, keep learning and making innovations, are collaborative and open-minded, as well as act like an entrepreneur and love challenges. With the deep expertise of a global corporation and the enthusiasm of a start-up, JDW presents a unique developing opportunity for people with a career aspiration. We are learning, evolving, and growing at a hyper speed together. If you are looking for an environment that recognizes hard work, encourages innovation, values initiative, promote collaboration, and presents you numerous opportunities to flourish your career, we can’t wait to share our journey with you! Come and check us out!

Program Overview

JD Worldwide offers international merchants the ability to tap into the Chinese market making a physical presence in China not necessary. The platform enables Chinese customers to purchase products from other countries with the ease and convenience that they expect from JD.com. Our global reach is enabled by this cross-border platform, which aims to provide the best combination of cost, efficiency and experience to all of our customers and partners. JDW is able to empower our partners with e-commerce, logistics, supply chain, systems, and other solutions to expand their horizon. Our focus on quality and innovation helps our partners to grow with us with confidence.

Since the inception of our expansion to global markets, we have been seeking people with enthusiasm and ambition to join this journey. This trainee program will provide a unique opportunity to graduates in the US to accelerate their career development at one of the world’s fastest growing companies.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree or above, major in marketing/business/supply chain/industrial engineering/data analysis is preferred.
  • Willing to work in Asia and the United States.
  • Graduating in the year of 2021 or 2022.
  • Outstanding communications and interpersonal skills, ability to manage multiple projects, strong team player.

Available Opportunities

Sales, Marketing, Business Development, Data Analysis, Project Management, Merchant Service, Supply Chain Management.

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