Policy Analyst

American Chamber of Commerce in China
  • Location
    Beijing, China
  • Sector
    Non Profit
  • Experience
    Early Career
  • Posted
    Nov 10

Position description

Job purpose

Policy Analyst monitors regulatory and legislative changes across a wide variety of industries and sectors, while supporting/driving AmCham China’s policy and advocacy efforts through the publication of policy reports – including the annual White Paper, government submissions and outreach, and programs and events with the support of AmCham China’s Policy Committee.Policy Analyst monitors regulatory and legislative changes across a wide variety of industries and sectors, while supporting/driving AmCham China’s policy and advocacy efforts through the publication of policy reports – including the annual White Paper, government submissions and outreach, and programs and events with the support of AmCham China’s Policy Committee.

Duties and responsibilities

  • Lead the drafting, editing, and production process for the AmCham China White Paper
  • Principal staff support to the AmCham China Policy Committee
  • Drive/support specific policy-focused analysis, perspectives and reports
  • Track, research, and analyze Chinese regulatory and legislative changes
  • Provide briefings and attend events on behalf of AmCham China
  • Provide timely policy support to members, government officials and AmCham staff

Qualifications

Qualifications

  • University degree and at least 2 years post college relevant full-time employment. Master’s degree in a relevant major/discipline highly preferred.
  • Must be at least 25 years of age prior to position start date if not a Chinese citizen
  • Exceptional writing and editorial skills, demonstrated in a fast-paced work environment
  • Appreciation for quality and detail gained in a rigorous academic and work environment
  • Critical thinker with strong analytic skills; able to derive conclusions from incomplete information
  • General knowledge of economics and business issues and trends in China
  • Native English speaker or equivalent proficiency with exceptional written command of the language
  • Ability to conduct research in Chinese desired
  • Ability to engage with senior corporate executives and US and Chinese government officials
  • Ability to function in a diverse, multi-cultural organization with a high-performance culture
  • Strong competence in MS Office and other programs, especially Word and PowerPoint
  • Willingness to commit to working in Beijing for a minimum of two years

 

Personal qualities:

  • Highly organized, self-starter with a natural ability to multi-task
  • Strong time management skills; able to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Dependable, flexible and service-oriented
  • Team player
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