China IPR

US Chamber – China Director Position

The US Chamber of Commerce has posted a position for Director, China.  As much as 50% of the work in this position involves intellectual property and antitrust.   Please send your application to our HR dept. (all applicants must apply via the link below to be considered).

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Job Description:

Director, China
International Division

Help develop, promote, and execute U.S. Chamber advocacy and programs relating to U.S. trade and investment policy with China.

Work closely with a team to ensure that the Chamber actively identifies and manages key China trade and investment policy issues with a focus on competition, standards, procurement, and intellectual property; draft and present statistical and narrative analysis on trade and foreign investment trends, emphasizing member priorities; write briefings, testimony, speeches, and other communications materials; participate in the strategic development and implementation of a wide variety of China-related activities; represent the Chamber’s policy views and positions on China vis-à-vis U.S. and Chinese government officials in Washington, D.C. and Beijing; help with program development, speaker recruitment, communications, and research across the Asia Task Force; respond to China-related member company inquires on market access and operational concerns in the China market; and support the vice president and executive director to increase membership in and support for the Chamber’s China and broader Asia programs.

An advanced degree and 7-10 years’ experience working with business, trade or investment issues focused on China; familiarity with PRC government practices, policies and government structure; exceptional interpersonal and communications skills, both written and oral; ability to work productively as a team player in a fast-paced environment; knowledge of the U.S. business community operating in the China marketplace; experience in a China-related business or policy context; a knowledge of the trade and investment policy formulation process tied to U.S. trade and investment with China; and a willingness to travel overseas. Chinese language skills, including the ability to read Chinese regulations, and fundraising or business development experience preferred.

Salary commensurate with experience.

For more information, please contact Megan Bartlett at x5314 at the Chamber.

Categories: China IPR

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