THE ECONOMIC MISSIOM AT THE ISRAELI EMBASSY IN BEIJING IS RECRUITING:
Trade Policy Director
The Department is responsible for enhancing trade and economic relations with China. Our main objectives are to facilitate and enhance trade relationships with China and to foster bilateral trade, by assisting the entry or expansion of companies into the local market. This is carried out by reviewing relevant trade policy & regulation proposed or published by the Chinese movement and analyzing its possible effects on trade. Additional information will be given to relevant candidates.
§ Conducting monitoring and analysis of Chinese regulation and tread policy in various areas and its impact on third country industries;
§ Ongoing monitoring of developments in Chinese legislation and policy related to economy and trade;
§ Maintain contact with relevant ministries, institutions and other stakeholders;
§ Handling inquiries from companies and institutions from various commercial fields;
§ Assistance in drafting position papers and conducting background research, as required;
§ Data collection, analysis and preparation of economic and commercial reviews;
§ Meeting with other third-country representatives, trade associations and other stakeholders in order to gather relevant information and report to headquarters;
§ Contribution to the preparation of policy notes, presentations, and briefing material that are clear, concise and relevant for policy makers;
§ Writing content, editing and uploading to newsletters and websites;
§ Coordination and organization of incoming and outgoing delegations in the fields of trade;
Ideal Candidate Profile
§ Chinese citizenship
§ minimum 2 years commitment
§ Fluency in English and Mandarin (writing, reading and speaking).
§ A university degree in economics, international relations, law, business or related subjects, preference to having links to the field of international trade and investment. Advanced degree – advantage.
§ Relevant experience, preferably in public policy analysis related to international trade and investment. (Internship experience can be accounted).
§ Proven capacity for sound analytical and policy-orientated work; ability to execute effectively project assignments; proven ability to synthesize technical and policy-orientated issues at governmental or intergovernmental level.
§ Proven ability to master new topics rapidly, and to draft clear and concise material, including under short deadlines.
§ Ability to work both in a team and independently and excellent interpersonal skills in a multicultural working environment.
§ full control of Microsoft Office programs: Word, Excel, Power Point
§ availability for business trips
§ Contract under Chinese law
§ On the Job training as an international Trade Director
§ hands-on business development work
§ business networks development in China and in Israel
§ An interesting and challenging position in a multicultural team
§ Location: Beijing
The selection process will include a two face-to-ace interviews, tests and selection committee interview. Employment is subject to Security Clearance.
Expected Starting date: October/November 2021.
Candidates are invited to send a CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 30.09.2021.
Only relevant applications will be answered.