Excellent writing skills. We hire analysts for their ability to write – in English – about complicated concepts in clear, direct, and human language.
Uncluttered thinking. Ability to home in on the root causes of complex problems, and formulate frameworks to demystify them for others.
Unquenchable curiosity. A thirst for knowledge, and a strong drive to deepen that expertise through research and experience.
Strong Chinese language skills. All our analysts should be comfortable with both searching out and working with Chinese language primary-source documents.
In-country experience. If not currently China-based, we expect our team members to have spent significant time living, working, and/or studying in China.
Industry experience preferred. We believe the most effective analysts can marry hands-on industry experience with policy knowledge.
Human-first work environment. At Trivium, you are a human first, and an employee second. We treat our staff with respect, understanding, and generosity.
Competitive salary and benefits package.
Best-in-industry vacation, personal leave, and maternity / paternity leave packages.
Potential to work remotely part of the year. Our unique team lives, works, and plays across borders. Our online office space enables our staff to work remotely when visiting loved ones abroad, or shift between Trivium offices to enable multi-country lifestyles.
Career development support. Senior staff will make every effort to help you grow, improve, and reach your career goals.
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We are always looking for qualified expert analysts to work out of our Beijing, Shanghai, and DC offices. Specifically, we are looking for people with backgrounds in:
We are always interested in receiving applications from qualified analysts with an interest in contributing to our subscription products.
Please send your resume and a personal introduction to [email protected] Your personal introduction should include your background in China, your specific areas of interest, and samples of any writing you have done on China. We like submissions with personality — show us yours!