Southern China Analyst
Baron conducts in-depth research into China and the U.S.-China relationship in support of clients in the U.S. Department of Defense and the Fortune 100.
More than 20 years after the normalization of trade relations, U.S. government and business leaders increasingly struggle to navigate China. This challenge reflects not only the daunting complexity of China, but also the limitations of mainstream analysis. Despite decades of effort, conventional China consultancies have proven unable to anticipate and specifically apply the trends that today confound American decision makers. Baron’s China advisory practice mitigates the deficiencies of standard approaches to offer U.S. government and private-sector clients unparalleled insights into China and the U.S.-China relationship.
Interested candidates should complete the below application including submitting a writing sample, a cover letter, transcripts (official or unofficial), and a resume. The writing sample should demonstrate excellent writing skills on a topic related to Southern China.
$62,500 to $72,500 annually, depending on experience.
Role begins as a three-month contract with transition to full-time employee status dependent on review.
Baron does not sponsor work visas and requires the ability to work in-person in Washington D.C.
- Generating unconventional insights into Southern China and Southeast Asia
- Writing research reports on Southern China that are insightful and polished
- Operating in a dynamic, fast-paced work environment
REQUIRED BACKGROUND AND SKILLS
- Fluency in a Southern Chinese dialect, such as Hokkien, Fujianese, Cantonese, Shanghainese, etc.
- Demonstrated interest in U.S.-China policy, especially as it relates to Southern China
- Comfort and familiarity with conservative U.S. politics and thought leadership
PREFERRED BACKGROUND AND SKILLS
- Experience in Southern China and/or Southeast Asia, including Yunnan, Guanxi, Guangdong, Fujian, Hong Kong, Guizhou, Sichuan, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, etc.
- Familiarity with cultural and behavioral differences between the north and south of China
- Professional experience specialized in long-form writing or editing