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    In accordance with its mandate, the Commission focuses its work and study on the following eleven areas: proliferation practices, economic transfers, energy and natural resources, foreign investment, military and security affairs, cyber activities, economic conditions, foreign affairs, compliance and enforcement, freedom of information, and product safety.

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    Respond to direction from and coordinating with the Director for Economics and Trade, or other senior Commission staff as directed by the Executive Director. The work requires the ability to:

    1. Monitor and assess developments in economics and trade pertaining to China, Taiwan, and the Asia-Pacific Region. This includes: the trade balance between China and the United States; how the health of the U.S. economy and its component industries and workforce are affected by U.S. trade with China and other Chinese activities; China's adherence to its obligations as a member of the World Trade Organization, U.S.-China bilateral trade agreements, and multilateral trade agreements to which the U.S. is a party; China's economic strength and capability and the effects of its economic activities on the U.S. economy; the trends in China's economic and trade activities; China's enforcement of intellectual property rights; China's use of prison labor and its adherence to related U.S.-China bilateral agreements; the effects of U.S. export controls on U.S.-China trade; and other topics as assigned.
    2. Write assigned portions of the Commission's Annual Report to Congress.
    3. Prepare reports, position papers, briefing materials, and other information for Commissioners, the Executive Director, and other Commission staff; prepare and present briefings on same.
    4. Provide substantive and administrative support during the development of, preparation for, and execution of Commission events, including hearings, briefings, roundtables, and conferences.
    5. Prepare communications for Commissioners, both orally and in writing, to a wide variety of audiences. Prepare Commissioners for testimony before Congress and draft testimony or other presentation to Congress for use by Commissioners.
    6. Provide official responses to Congressional inquiries and legislated supporting requirements.
    7. Develop and maintain a professional network of government and private sector professionals and analysts in the fields of trade, economics, and national security related to the Asia-Pacific and relevant to China, Taiwan and U.S.-China relations.
    8. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director for Economics and Trade, the Executive Director, and Commissioners.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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