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Job Posting: US State Department


Deadline: 11/17

This position is located in the China Division, Office of Analysis for East Asia and the Pacific, Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR/EAP/CH). The division is responsible for the analysis of classified and open source information concerning the political, diplomatic (including bilateral relations with the U.S.), socio-economic, and cultural affairs of China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Mongolia. The division produces tailored intelligence products and briefings that inform the development and direction of U.S. foreign policy and support U.S. relations with foreign governments and international organizations.

The incumbent of this position will service as an expert Intelligence Research Specialist responsible for all-source intelligence analysis of China's political issues and personalities.

This position is not eligible for telework. 


The duties listed below are described at the GS-13 level. At the GS-12 level, the incumbent will perform similar lower-graded duties under closer supervision and with less independence.

Serves as an expert foreign affairs intelligence analyst, responsible for providing all-source intelligence analysis of China, including the individuals, institutions, decision dynamics, policy trends and cultural influences in China’s political system.

Prepares written analysis and oral briefings based on all-source intelligence for the State Department’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) and within the Intelligence Community (IC) for the President’s Daily Brief (PDB) and National Intelligence Council (NIC) to inform senior level foreign policy practitioners on strategic matters relating the individuals, institutions, decision dynamics, policy trends, and cultural influences in China’s political system.
Prepares oral briefings of political, and security developments in the above mentioned specialty area.

Ensures that the intelligence needs of the State Department policy makers are clearly conveyed to appropriate collection agencies within the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC)
Actively represents INR within the IC and other interagency venues. Ensures INR views are represented in the coordination of IC analytic products, including for the PDB, NIC, and other interagency committees.

Travel Required

Occasional Travel
Periodic travel of varying duration to posts overseas may be required

Key Requirements

  • Incumbent will be subject to random drug testing.
  • One year probationary period, unless excepted by regulation.
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Top Secret security clearance.
  • Obtain/maintain eligibility to access Sensitive Compartmented Information
  • U.S. Citizenship is required.


Applicants must meet all the required qualification requirements, including education and any selective placement factors described below by the closing date of this announcement. Education may only be substituted in accordance with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Qualification Standards Handbook. Education must be accredited by an accrediting institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education in order to be credited towards qualifications.

Education completed in foreign colleges or universities may be used to meet the education requirements if you can show that the foreign education is comparable to that received in an accredited educational institution in the United States. It is your responsibility to provide such evidence when applying. Click on the link for a list of accredited organizations recognized as specializing in interpretation of foreign education credentials.

Applicants must have 1 year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-11 level in the Federal service which provided the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the duties of the position.

Qualifying specialized experience must demonstrate the following:

  • Experience producing policy-relevant analytic assessments for senior level foreign policy practitioners based on all-source intelligence relating to the leaders, institutions, decision dynamics, and policy trends in China’s political system as they bear on U.S. national security and foreign policy interests.
  • Experience coordinating the production of analytic assessments based on all-source relating to the leaders, institutions, decision dynamics, and policy trends in China’s political system as they bear on U.S. national security and foreign policy interests.
  • Experience preparing and delivering oral presentations for senior level foreign policy practitioners based on all-source intelligence relating to the leaders, institutions, decision dynamics, and policy trends in China’s political system as they bear on U.S. national security and foreign policy interests.
  • There is no substitute of education for specialized experience for the GS-12 position.
  • Applicants must have 1 year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-12 level in the Federal service which provided the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the duties of the position.

Job Opening: CRCC Asia

CRCC Asia is looking for a passionate individual looking to enter the field of international education. The University Partnerships Manager will be responsible for growing CRCC Asia’s network of partner universities in North America, and supporting them as they develop study abroad and internship programs in China.

An interest and passion for international education, study abroad programs, US-China relations, business development and marketing, will be highly favored.

Title: CRCC Asia University Partnership Manager
Location: CRCC Asia San Francisco or Philadelphia Office
Reports to: Global Directors, CEO and CMO
Hours of Duty: 9am – 6pm, Monday to Friday.

USA University Development & Partnership Building (Summer/Fall: May – Dec)

  • Develop relations and promote partnerships with key US universities/institutions for China internship programs
  • Forming strategic partnerships
  • Contract negotiations
  • Building alliances
  • Partnership program implementation
  • Serve as an ambassador to promote China internship opportunities for US students
  • Assist with marketing efforts for established University Partners including campus specific marketing and webinars.
  • Working with university partners to manage expectations and prepare students prior to departure to China
  • Working with University partners to build a framework for our Internship programs centered around 5 learning outcomes – Employability, Cultural Agility, China Knowledge, Sector Specific Knowledge and Global Guanxi.
  • Attend international education conferences and related networking events to promote CRCC Asia as an international education program leader
  • Assist Global Directors in writing content for international education proposals and present at conferences and events on behalf of CRCC Asia
  • Attend China related networking events in Northern California or Pennsylvania, to build CRCC Asia’s brand in US-China circles.

USA Partnership Account Management  (Summer: June/July)

  • Sending weekly program participant updates to universities for their students on the ground in China through open communication with our China teams
  • Liaison with China teams for Supervisor Evaluation Forms for program participants and relay information to university partners
  • Assist with Univ. Marketing Manager on Intern Incident Report Forms to university and risk management issues on the ground in China
  • Assisting the Marketing team with contracts, timelines, renewals and invoicing.
  • Assessment of Survey Monkey feedback

Job Opening: The Hutong


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About Us

The Hutong has an eclectic and passionate team running a wide variety of programs in
Beijing and across China. Our goals are to provide student groups with exceptional
experiences, and ensure that students and teachers alike experience the community,
culture, and excitement that China can offer. The Education Department designs
customized programs that take education groups beyond the sites to engage with their
surroundings, explore China, and develop their personal worldview.

What We’re Looking For

The Hutong Education Team has grown significantly in 2015 and is looking to maintain a
strong team of freelance Program Leaders who will be responsible for leading
international student groups to different regions of the PRC. This position and the
individuals that fill it make up the core of our program execution team. We are looking
for team members with a passion for education and who are eager to share their
perspective and expertise on China with educational groups of every age.

What You’ll Do

• Lead idea generation and program development in concert with the Education
Department that are customized to each client school’s specifications
• Manage communications with the lead teacher of each program on all matters
concerning program execution
• Coordinate content used in each program’s written materials
• Facilitate programs as the visible expert in charge of programming and group
• Manage and support the positive dynamics of a multinational team on the road with
student groups
• Coordinate the submission of all relevant follow-up documents including budget
reports, program notes, inventory use, photo compilations, etc.
• Represent and embody the fun, inclusive, and passionate reputation that The
Hutong staff are known for

What We Want To Accomplish

• Provide consistently high quality and innovative educational experiences for
international student groups
• Develop a professional team of freelance staff who are excited to be The Hutong
Education Program Leaders and are inspired to leave their own imprint on The
Hutong community
• Encourage students to be creative, curious, and think critically through attending
The Hutong’s programs and interacting with The Hutong staff


The Hutong Education compensates Program Leaders with industry-competitive wages
based on an individual’s relevant work experience. More details regarding compensation
will be provided upon application.

What Next?

Go to to learn more about our work. Then contact and with your résumé and a brief cover letter
introducing yourself, and telling us why you’d be a great addition to The Hutong team.

Job Opening: Rubin Museum of Art

About the Museum

The Rubin Museum of Art is a dynamic environment that stimulates learning, promotes understanding, and inspires personal connections to the ideas, cultures, and art of Himalayan Asia.

Now in its second decade, the Rubin welcomes over 175,000 visitors annually and has a growing membership of more than 4,000 households. Contained within five floors of galleries are several long-term rotating installations drawn from the permanent collection as well as frequent short-term loan exhibitions that are more broadly conceived in concept, art, geography, medium, and time. The Museum presents over 250 films, performances, and on-stage conversations annually as well as a robust roster of other educational initiatives. The ground floor is free-to-all and is a lively nexus for conversation, shopping, and refreshment.

The Museum’s collection includes over 3,000 objects spanning more than 1,500 years up to the present day. Renowned for its quality and depth, the collection focuses on art from the Tibetan Plateau and is broadened by a significant number of important examples from surrounding regions, including Nepal, Bhutan, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, and Mongolia.

About the Position

The Manager of Digital Content and Production will produce web content, support internal communications systems, and oversee digital media initiatives.

As the principal administrator of the Museum’s website, the Manager of Digital Content and Production will manage the workflow for all content that is published to the website and related web properties. S/he must have in-depth knowledge of complex content management systems and experience leveraging multiple taxonomies to organize a variety of rich content. S/he will manage and publish the day-to-day updates that are required (events, exhibitions, media center), as well as facilitate broader institutional online campaigns (interactive experiences, crowdfunding campaigns, etc). S/he will be able to determine what is possible within the framework of the CMS, create wireframes and page layouts leveraging existing style guides, as well as recommend new projects to extend the website’s functionality and ease of use.

The Museum’s overall communications strategy is founded on making data-informed decisions. This role will be responsible for considering the larger digital landscape of the Museum’s engagement with its audience, which includes the capture and analysis of metrics from the Museum’s web properties using Google Analytics, as well as integrating data from the Museum’s ticketing, CRM, email marketing, and online shop systems.

As the in-house video and audio editor, this position is responsible for developing, managing, and executing audio and video projects for the Marketing and Communications team. This requires the ability to draft scripts, create storyboards, shoot and edit video, capture and edit audio for podcasts, manage relationships with external consultants, and deliver media for online, broadcast, and in-gallery use. This role consults with the Exhibitions team on in-gallery media initiatives, in particular in regards to the leveraging of media content across all communication channels. Additionally, this role oversees the editing of Programming content, recorded in the theater. The Manager of Digital Content and Production will work with consultants to edit items from the video archive for distribution. S/he manages the Museum’s YouTube channel, podcasts, and the online Media Center.

The incumbent will report to the Head of Marketing & Communications.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

Web and Database Administration

  • Develop and share reports on activity on the Museum’s various web properties.
  • Manage or advise consultants contributing to the Museum’s various digital engagement strategies.
  • Advise and assist with institutional database integration where possible (especially related to e-marketing and e-commerce).
  • Liaise with all staff in order to effectively plan and support web-based services related to their goals and objectives.

Content Management

  • Manage the workflow for publishing web content on the Museum’s web properties.
  • Oversee the website’s Content Management System (ExpressionEngine), which includes user management, user permissions, customizations for user roles, and taxonomy management.
  • Develop basic wireframes for new content to ensure that the Rubin’s web presence is designed and deployed in a user-friendly manner.
  • Work with in-house graphic designers to maintain a consistent look and feel throughout the Museum’s web presences and media assets.
  • Conduct in-house training sessions for users of the Content Management System.
  • Provide technical support to staff and users of the Museum’s websites.

Media Production

  • Pre-Production duties e.g. write scripts, create storyboards, draft contracts for consultants, scout locations, and develop project timelines.
  • Production activities, e.g. capture audio and video, set up basic lighting, and facilitate interviews.
  • Oversee the editing of content from current and archived programs (video and audio), which includes:
    • Managing contractors hired to prepare and deliver videos for distribution agreements.
    • Editing archival programs for communication uses.
    • Consulting with AV team and Programs department on the process of capturing and archiving media content.


  • Familiarity with digital trends and best practices
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field
  • Basic understanding of PHP, or other scripting language
  • Production/post-production skills:
    • Understanding of industry standards for video and audio production
    • Ability to capture audio and video, set up basic lighting, facilitate interviews
    • Strong working knowledge of rich media/online media and motion graphic applications and delivery programs, ability to edit in Adobe Premiere Pro/ Final Cut Pro 7 (required)
    • Familiarity with various media conversion tools such as MPEG streamclip, Adobe Media Encoder, Toast, etc.
    • Familiarity with digital audio editing software, e.g. Audition, Pro Tools
  • Project management and planning skills including: ability to optimize processes, develop workflows and communicate those to team members
  • Creativity in regards to multi-media storytelling preferred
  • Ability to create narrative structures and express them in storyboards a plus
  • Excellent inter-personal skills and ability to work with all departments and various stakeholders required
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills required
  • Ability to meet deadlines for a multitude of tasks in a fast paced working environment required.
  • At Least 3 years of experience with and knowledge of:
    • Email Marketing
    • Social Media Platforms
    • Google Analytics
    • SEO
  • Strong interest in the arts and culture a plus

The Rubin Museum offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

How to Apply

Please provide the following as part of your application: Complete resume, including salary history and salary requirements. A cover letter addressing both your interest in the Rubin Museum, and your qualifications for this position. Applications: Indicate Manager of Digital Content & Production on Subject Line of Email or in body of cover letter. Applications in electronic format preferred, and accepted at Mailed applications – Manager, Human Resources, Rubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th Street, New York, New York 10011.

Job Opening: AmCham China - Policy Analyst

Industry: Nonprofit Organization

Job title: Policy Analyst


Job purpose 职位概要:

Policy Analyst monitors regulatory and legislative changes across a wide variety of industries and sectors, while supporting/driving AmCham China’s policy and advocacy efforts through the publication of policy reports – including the annual White Paper, government submissions and outreach, and programs and events with the support of AmCham China’s Policy Committee.


Working location and time 工作时间/地点:

Beijing, 9:00-17:30, Monday- Friday


Duties and responsibilities 工作职责:

  • Lead the drafting, editing, and production process for the AmCham China White Paper.

  • Principal staff support to the AmCham China Policy Committee.

  • Drive/support specific policy-focused reports.

  • Track, research, and analyze Chinese regulatory and legislative changes.

  • Provide briefings and attend events on behalf of AmCham China.

  • Provide policy support to members, government officials, other staff, and for meetings and events.


Qualifications 任职要求:

  • Minimum – university degree plus 2 years post college relevant full time employment Master degree preferred. Must be at least 25 years of age prior to position start date

  • Native English speaker preferred with strong writing and editing skills

  • Knowledge of economics/business and background in Chinese economic and business policy

  • Working level proficiency in Chinese required; ability to conduct research in Chinese strongly desired

  • Ability to engage professionally with senior corporate executives and US and Chinese government officials

  • Ability to function in a multi-cultural organization

  • Demonstrated competence in various computer programs including Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, Outlook, and PowerPoint

  • Willingness to commit for a two year term


Personal qualities 个人能力

  • Organized

  • Strong time management skills; able to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines

  • Effective communication skills

  • Ability to multi-task

  • Dependable

  • Flexible

  • Quality-oriented

  • Team player

  • Self-starter

  • Service-orientated


To apply for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter to


Language(s) Required

English (US) Native Tongue

Chinese (Mandarin) Fluent




Community Services and Development

Job Opening: New York Chinese Cultural Center

Job Description

The New York Chinese Cultural Center seeks a dynamic and visionary Executive Director to implement and advance the Center’s mission. The ED is responsible for the overall management of the organization’s programming, infrastructure and operations.. Additionally, the ED is responsible for raising NYCCC’s public profile through the development of collaborative relationships with a broad range of partners and supporters. 


  • Oversees all expenditures and revenues to ensure optimum program and operational effectiveness
  • Manages the financial reporting process, including the annual budget planning and audit
  • Oversees fundraising planning and implementation
  • Supervises and directs special events including an Annual Gala and Student Recital
  • Works with Staff on ensuring the quality of new and existing programming
  • Oversees community/donor outreach materials including web site, newsletter and other communication tools


  • Demonstrable leadership experience and/or capacity
  • Proven success in fundraising
  • Experience in managing budgets, supervising staff and planning programs
  • Excellent verbal, writing and presentation skills
  • Ability to work with and develop an effective, diverse Board of Directors
  • Familiarity with database and financial management applications, such as Salesforce and/or QuickBooks.
  • Flexibility to work occasional weekends and late evenings
  • Knowledge of Chinese culture and/or Chinese language ability desirable, but not necessary.

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter with salary history and requirements via e-mail to No phone calls, please. 


The New York Chinese Cultural Center (NYCCC), a nonprofit cultural and educational institution, is dedicated to deepening the understanding and appreciation of Chinese culture in the global and local communities. NYCCC fulfills its mission by offering professional classes, workshops, and performances while nurturing creative and innovative new works that reflect the rich cultural heritages and diverse communities of today.

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