British Chamber of Commerce in China: Policy Intern

2020, June 29
British Chamber of Commerce in China: Policy Intern 29th June 2020

Who we are

The British Chamber of Commerce in China is a membership organisation with a focus on providing advocacy, business support and networking opportunities for British businesses in China. We operate as an independent, not-for-profit organisation with a strong and diverse membership, representing British companies across the country. With decades’ worth of business experience in China, we bring the British business community together and help them thrive in one of the world’s fastest growing markets.

As the voice of British business in China, BritCham China advocates on behalf of our members to both the British and Chinese governments in order to better direct trade relations. We foster dialogue between business and government in order to make our members’ voices heard on challenges in China’s business environment. We do this through our flagship annual publications, the British Business in China: Position Paper and the Business Sentiment Survey.

BritCham China is an equal opportunity employer that celebrates diversity and inclusivity. For more information about us, please visit our website at


Policy Intern British Chamber Of Commerce in China Location: Beijing

We are looking for a motivated and detail-oriented individual to join a dynamic business organisation. The successful candidate will support on a variety of BritCham’s policy and advocacy work with the aim of influencing UK-China trade negotiations. This is an excellent opportunity to develop your own understanding of China’s policymaking and business environment.

Key Responsibilities:

 The Policy Intern will support the team on our full range of advocacy and policy initiatives

 They will be responsible for tracking major policy announcements relevant to British businesses in China

 They will assist on BritCham’s annual advocacy publications, including planning, translation and analysis, in order to influence UK-China trade policy

 They will support on policy events and webinars

 They will have the opportunity to lead on short research projects

 They will have the opportunity to assist with member engagement and business development


 Bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject area (e.g. politics, economics, trade policy, international relations, business etc.). A postgraduate degree is desirable but not essential

 Native level Chinese and advanced skills in English

 Must be comfortable working within a small close-knit team

 Strong time management skills

 Experience working with WordPress desirable but not essential

 Skills in building and maintaining stakeholder relationships

To apply, please send a CV and cover letter to

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