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Position: Professional Staff Member, Congressional-Excutive Commission on China
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The Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) is currently soliciting resumes for professional staff members in Washington, D.C., working on Chinese human rights and rule of law issues.  Applicants must be U.S. citizens.

[Language below is copied from the CECC announcement]

Professional Staff Members:

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China is seeking a professional
staff member to conduct research and complete writing assignments, including
short analyses, topic papers, and annual report sections on topics within the
Commission's mandateIn addition, the staff member
will assist with researching individual political prisoner cases and updating
and maintaining case records in the CECC Political Prisoner Database. The staff
member will be called upon to coordinate CECC hearings and issue roundtables,
and attend events relevant to CECC issues that other U.S. Government and private
sector organizations hold in Washington, DC and elsewhere. The staff member may
be asked to travel to U.S. cities, China, or other foreign locations, on
official business. The successful candidate must be a U.S. citizen. Candidates
will preferably have a law degree or a Ph.D. or M.A. in political science,
history, business, economics, or other social sciences, however, B.A. candidates
with very strong credentials will also receive serious consideration. In
particular, the Commission seeks candidates with expertise in one or more of the
following areas: China's legislative, judicial, or law enforcement institutions;
criminal procedure, courts, police, and prisons; or labor issues and civil
society. Very strong demonstrated ability to speak, read, write, and perform
research in Chinese (Mandarin) is required. The successful candidate will likely
have lived or studied in China. Other special skills such as Internet design,
database design, quantitative analysis, etc., though not required, may be highly
desirable, and the applicant should note them in their cover letter. In
addition, the successful candidate must demonstrate excellent interpersonal and
analytical skills, exceptional written and oral communications skills in
English, and the ability, energy, and enthusiasm to work under tight deadlines
and as part of a team. Salaries are commensurate with experience to start. CECC
staff members qualify for health and life insurance; a retirement program; a
transit subsidy benefit or Capitol Hill parking; and generous annual and sick
leave. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and continue until
position(s) is/are filled. Candidates should submit a brief cover letter,
current resume, and a short (10 pages or fewer) writing sample to Judy Wright,
CECC Director of Administration, via e-mail at [email protected] or FAX on 202-226-3804.
No telephone calls please. The Congressional-Executive Commission on China is
an equal opportunity employer.


Press Secretary and External Relations Coordinator

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China is seeking a Press Secretary
and External Relations Coordinator who will be charged with developing and
executing a multifaceted media and external relations strategy. This will
include drafting press releases and speeches, developing and maintaining the
Commission’s database of media and professional contacts, and managing contacts
using leading edge software tools. The staff member will be called upon to help
organize CECC meetings, hearings, and issue roundtables, and attend events
relevant to CECC issues that other U.S. government and private sector
organizations hold in Washington, DC and elsewhere. The successful candidate
must be a U.S. citizen. Candidates will preferably have an M.A. in journalism,
political science, or other social sciences, however B.A. candidates with very
strong credentials will also receive serious consideration. The ideal candidate
is an excellent writer and editor, with experience in multiple formats,
including press releases and speeches. Candidate must have familiarity with
new media strategies, and have Capitol Hill experience or experience with an
agency, trade association, media outlet or public
relations firm. In addition, the successful candidate must demonstrate excellent
interpersonal and organizational skills, and the ability, energy, and enthusiasm
to work under tight deadlines and as part of a team. China-related experience is
not required, but a plus and should be highlighted in your application. Other
special skills such as Internet design, database design, quantitative analysis,
etc., though not required, may be highly desirable, and the applicant should
note them in their cover letter. Salaries are commensurate with experience to
start. Full or part-time applications for this position will be considered.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and continue until position(s)
is/are filled. Candidates should submit a brief cover letter, current resume,
and a short (10 pages or fewer) writing sample to Judy Wright, CECC Director of
Administration, via e-mail at [email protected] or FAX on 202-226-3804.
No telephone calls please. The Congressional-Executive Commission on China is
an equal opportunity employer.