We provide strategic analysis for clients, and we are hereby recruiting talents. The Geopolitical Analyst will work closely with our teams to support research and analytical duty upon clients' needs.
* Provide cogent geopolitical risk analysis to a diverse array of clients and various internal teams in written or recorded deliverables.
* Conduct time-efficient international policy monitoring and updates.
* Provide in-depth analysis on government policies, with focus on Great Power Competition, Cross-Strait Relations, UN Mandate, South East Asian Affairs, and Middle East Affairs.
* Write, edit and proofread policy reports (reports, briefing notes, minutes) .
* Other Research or Event Support requested by the supervisor or higher leadership.
Bachelor Degree (or above) in Political Science, Public Policy or International Relations.
* Previous experience working in research institutes, think tanks, government sectors, NGO management, etc.
* Capable of conducting research on government policies, international relations and policy analysis .
* Strong research and analytical skills on geopolitical issues, better to specialize in Great Power Competition, Cross-Strait Relations, and South East Asian Affairs, etc.
* Collaborative style with experience working with cross-functional teams and creative, reliable, responsible and accurate approach with an attention to details.
* Ability to speak, write and read English and conduct research.
* Strong communication skills with an accessible writing style.
* Ability to build a compelling and effective argument backed by strong evidence-based support while also clearly and carefully conveying analytic uncertainty.
* We propose related topics to geopolitical analysts according to clients' needs, and a report based on the designated topic is required within 3-5 days. If the quality of the report meets clients' demands, the remuneration will be $300-$500 per article with extra bonus which depends on the feedback from clients.
* If you are interested, please send us your resume (with previous research articles as samples if possible).