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.

job summary

China Policy is currently inviting applications for a full-time position in our publications team. This position would suit a tech-savvy, detail-focused graduate wishing to quickly develop their China knowledge and gain experience in a busy office environment. If you are a great editor but need a little practice on the tech side, please apply, and we will help you learn the tech side of publishing. 

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 geopolitical, domestic and market environments.

Our publications team sits at the core of our operations, enjoying an overview of China’s policy shifts as it responds to domestic and international issues.

responsibilities

  • edit, enter and polish material on website
  • choose, edit and manipulate graphics for publication
  • manage publications mailouts using web-based applications
  • develop, maintain and troubleshoot website and other web-based applications
  • assist publications manager with development of new online editing and publication system
  • design pages and graphics

knowledge and skills

  • enthusiasm for online design, editing and publishing
  • native-level English editing ability
  • eye for detail and clear communicator
  • good intercultural communication skills
  • strong China studies background an advantage
  • Chinese language skills an advantage
  • experience with WordPress an advantage
  • experience with Adobe Creative Suite or similar graphics software an advantage
  • experience managing social media an advantage
  • ability to produce work to a set schedule
  • flexible and able to take initiative
  • willingness to work overtime when necessary

apply

Assessment exercises

please download the assessment excercise; complete, and upload below

personal documentsFill in the form below and attach your cover letter and CV, along with any other documents you feel may be of benefit to your application. These may include transcripts and writing samples.

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 agriculture and fisheries portfolio. This position would best suit a Chinese native speaker with an organised analytical approach, strong written English, an agricultural economics or rural development background, and a dedication to building knowledge in the agriculture sector. Previous experience not strictly necessary, but demonstrated personal interest in the agricultural production industry, food systems issues, commodities trade, and/or rural development is required.

For the right candidate, we may consider a half-time engagement or a remote role.

duties

  • analyse policy movement across the agriculture and fisheries sector
  • summarise and translate policy-relevant articles from Chinese to English
  • draft policy analysis
  • develop people and agency profiles
  • assist research managers with portfolio tasks
  • help develop clients and tailor analysis to their needs
  • present findings to clients and colleagues

knowledge and skills

  • academic qualifications at BA or MA level
  • professional standard English, excellent writing skills
  • native or near-native Chinese
  • intellectual curiosity, taste for topics where few are knowledgeable
  • singular attention to detail and clear communicator
  • flexible, independent, and proactive work style
  • commitment to deadlines
  • candidates with academic background or personal passion for the agriculture industry will have a strong advantage
  • quantitative skills an advantage

apply

Assessment exercises

please download the assessment excercise; complete, and upload below

personal documentsFill in the form below and attach your cover letter and CV, along with any other documents you feel may be of benefit to your application. These may include transcripts and writing samples.

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 and market environments.

We are currently seeking a full-time industry analyst to work in our industry, energy and environment portfolio. As part of a team, analysts drive the analytical base of a portfolio, tracking and mapping policy developments and commentary, drafting in clear English, and preparing reports.

The successful candidate will closely map the changing industrial landscape as China climbs up the value chain upgrading its old industries and moving, often ahead of the rest of the world, into new industries. He or she will be responsible in tracking policy changes, industry dynamics and the business environment for both domestic and foreign investment. Topics that the portfolio watches closely include but are not limited to: macro-economic movements and trends, supply-side structural reform (de-capacity), SOE reform, traditional industries and their upgrading, environmental policies and their impacts on industry, etc.

This position will suit candidates with strong interest in deepening their insight into China’s macro-economic operation and development, undertaking deep-dive projects and interacting with clients. Strong attention to detail are required to clearly map out policy changes, and advanced communication skills will be needed to work closely with other analysts in the portfolio and other related teams in the company (finance, science and innovation).

duties

  • keep abreast of domestic debates; signal events; trends; and key actors and agencies
  • develop people and agency profiles
  • analyse and assess policy movement across the sector
  • summarise and translate policy-relevant articles from Chinese to English
  • contribute, where appropriate, to other China Policy analysis tasks
  • assist research managers with portfolio tasks

knowledge and skills

  • outstanding academic achievement at BA or MA level
  • understanding of China’s policy environment
  • native-level Chinese
  • professional standard English
  • curiosity-driven with a keenness to learn
  • quantitative skills an advantage
  • eye for detail and clear communicator
  • ability to deliver work to tight deadlines
  • flexible and able to take initiative, willingness to work overtime

apply

Assessment exercises

please download the assessment excercise; complete, and upload below

personal documentsFill in the form below and attach your cover letter and CV, along with any other documents you feel may be of benefit to your application. These may include transcripts and writing samples.

job summary

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 and market environments.

We are currently seeking a full-time analyst to work in our finance portfolio. As part of a team, analysts drive the analytical base of a portfolio, tracking and mapping policy developments and commentary, drafting in clear English, and preparing reports. Staff in the finance portfolio work closely with members of other portfolios.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to map out key risk factors in China’s economy and, in particular, its financial system, gain in-depth understanding of topical financial and fiscal policy issues, monitor and track policy-makers’ progress against promised shifts and reforms. Topics that the portfolio watches closely include: shifts in monetary and fiscal policies, shadow banking, the asset management universe, public finance reform, real estate, debt, fintech, RMB internationalisation and currency regime.

This position is particularly well-suited for candidates with strong interest in macroeconomics, political economics, fiscal science, who are keen to apply economics principles to China’s economic reality.

 

duties

  • keep abreast of domestic debates; signal events; trends; and key actors and agencies
  • analyse and assess policy movement across the sector
  • summarise and translate policy-relevant articles from Chinese to English
  • draft policy analysis
  • develop people and agency profiles
  • contribute, where appropriate, to other China Policy analysis tasks
  • help develop clients and tailor analysis to their needs
  • assist research managers with portfolio tasks

knowledge and skills

  • outstanding academic achievement at least MA level
  • understanding of China’s policy environment
  • native-level Chinese
  • professional standard English (with strong writing skills)
  • curiosity-driven with a keenness to learn
  • quantitative skills an advantage
  • eye for detail and clear communicator
  • ability to deliver work to tight deadlines
  • flexible and able to take initiative
  • willingness to work overtime

apply

Assessment exercises

please download the assessment excercise; complete, and upload below

personal documentsFill in the form below and attach your cover letter and CV, along with any other documents you feel may be of benefit to your application. These may include transcripts and writing samples.