Policy Analyst, Military & Security AffairsAPPLY ONLINE
- U.S.-China Economic & Security Review Commission
- Washington, DC
- Salary Range:
- $42,000 - $96,000
- Organization URL:
- Entry Level / Mid Career
- Last Date To Apply
- Date Posted
ABOUT THE COMMISSION:
The Commission’s mission is to monitor, investigate, and make recommendations to Congress about matters of concern in the relationship between the United States and the People’s Republic of China in the following areas: 1) weapons proliferation practices, 2) economics, 3) energy, 4) capital markets, 5) regional economic and security relationships, 6) U.S.-China bilateral programs, 7) China’s World Trade Organization (WTO) compliance, and 8) freedom of expression – the implications of restrictions on speech and access to information in the People’s Republic of China. In summary, the Commission is responsible for assessing the national security implications of the U.S. – China bilateral economic and trade relationship.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Responding to direction from and coordinating with senior staff—
1. On an ongoing basis, monitors, investigates, and assesses developments regarding China’s: military and security policies; political and diplomatic activities; strategic commercial and resource acquisition activities; domestic energy consumption; and other issues as assigned/required.
2. Conducts extensive and detailed analysis of issues in the purview or affecting the responsibilities of the USCC in the areas noted in paragraph 1, and prepares reports, position papers, and recommendations on these issues for Commissioners and senior staff.
3. Drafts, edits, and finalizes the assigned portions of the Commission’s Annual Report to Congress.
4. Works with designated hearing co-chairs, senior staff, and team members to plan and organize USCC hearings.
5. Establish and maintain liaison with officials in federal agencies who have responsibilities in the purview of the USCC’s mandate, or affecting the USCC’s areas of responsibility; particularly military, security, foreign affairs, or energy related.
6. Performs other duties as assigned by senior staff, the Executive Director, and Commissioners.
1. Proven and demonstrable experience and ability to present information clearly and concisely – written and oral. – Strong writing and editing skills are absolutely required. –
2. Strong analytical and research skills, including demonstrable ability to accurately and thoroughly analyze data and make informed, critical judgments about issues.
3. Knowledge or expertise in China’s global and regional activities and relationships, its military and security policies; political and diplomatic activities; strategic commercial and resource acquisition activities; domestic energy consumption, and how these affect U.S. interests.
4. Ability to speak and read Mandarin Chinese, to include ability to effectively utilize sources of electronic and print information regarding China and Taiwan.
5. Experience and ability to work effectively as a member of a team.
6. U.S. Citizenship and ability to obtain and hold a Federal security clearance at the Top Secret/SCI -level. – When applying, include: (1) date of citizenship if naturalized; and (2) if you have or have ever had a Federal security clearance identify the level and dates held.
- Gavin Williams
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