Extensive and systematic policy mapping underpins our analysis and advice.

China Policy analysts track policy movements, debates, trends, and key actors and agencies across key policy portfolios: including finance; trade; industry; science and innovation; governance and law; social policy; geopolitics; agriculture and fisheries. Our team approach affords all staff a unique macro picture of China’s current geopolitical, economic and social trajectory.

If you are seeking to work at the leading edge of policy analysis on China, please apply for one of the positions below. For other hr-related queries, and if you wish to register your interest for possible upcoming positions, please​ send us an email.

China Policy is a globally recognised policy analysis and strategic advisory firm headquartered in Beijing. We build client knowledge and provide tools to map, analyse and respond to China’s changing domestic policy and market environments.

We are currently seeking a full time analyst to work in our energy and environment portfolio. The position requires strong research skills, attention to detail and ability to draft in clear English. China Policy welcomes candidates who have completed a masters degree and are seeking to extend their professional skills in policy analysis and communication. Our analysts often progress to PhD programs in leading international universities.

energy and environment portfolio introduction

The energy and environment portfolio closely monitors and maps China’s environment and energy governance and structural transition. Portfolio analysts track policy changes, industry dynamics and the business environment for both domestic and foreign investment. Topics the portfolio watches closely include, but are not limited to: environmental governance, major types of pollution, climate change, environmental regulations’ impacts on industries, power sector reform, oil and gas sector reform, renewable energy development, etc.


  • track and analyse policy movements across energy and environment sectors 
  • summarise and translate policy-relevant articles from Chinese to English 
  • draft analysis and present findings
  • support lead analyst
  • keep abreast of domestic debates, events, trends, and key actors or agencies

knowledge and skills

  • native-level Chinese and professional standard English
  • knowledge of China’s energy and environment sectors and policy environment 
  • eye for detail and clear communicator
  • curiosity-driven and eager to learn
  • ability to deliver work to tight deadlines
  • flexible and able to take initiative, willingness to work overtime

minimum English language requirements
TOEFL 25 writing, overall score 105+; IELTS 7.0 writing, overall score 7.5+


Assessment exercises

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