YCW London:

We are recruiting volunteers to join our leadership team

Deadline: 12 September 2023, 11:59pm

YCW is an all-volunteer network that fosters discussion on the most pressing issues involving China and cultivating the next generation of China thought-leaders.

YCW London is advertising three recruitment campaigns. We are recruiting for:

• Directors to join the leadership team, to host an engaging events programme and the seventh iteration of the YCW Conference.
• Contributors to co-author the Pulse Report, to be in its fourth edition.
An Associate Director to co-deliver the Mentorship Programme, now in its seventh year.

See below for how to apply.

(1) Directors of YCW London

Since the founding of YCW in 2010, the London Chapter has featured speakers such as Sir Malcolm Rifkind, Isabel Hilton, Cindy Yu, Yukon Huang, Carrie Gracie, Lord Green of Hurstpierpoint, Rana Mitter, Lord Jim O’Neill, George Magnus, and Karoline Kan.

London is one of the largest of 10 YCW chapters around the world – with over 700 members out of a global network comprising 5,000.

The Directors will work alongside the Co-Heads of YCW London in driving YCW London’s ambitious strategy and operations. This is a volunteer position.

Responsibilities will include pitching and engaging potential speakers for YCW London events, driving social media outreach, coordinating with other chapters and interacting with the YCW Global Editorial Team on the YCW pipeline to line up on-and off-line content. Directors will also feed into city-level and regional initiatives, such as the Conference. They will be expected to moderate YCW speaker series events and propose potential partnerships. The role will require a time commitment of several hours per month.

We are looking for individuals who:

• Have fresh ideas on potential partnerships and speakers, with understanding of what makes an event engaging;
• Have the drive to act on ideas from conception to execution;
• Have an interest in and knowledge of emerging issues in China and how these relate to London audiences; and
• Are collaborative and want to work as part of a committed team.

When outlining your interest, please include details such as:

• Your current involvement with YCW and/or knowledge of China circles in London;
• Your commitment to supporting an event every 4-6 weeks;
• The aspects of YCW that appeal to you; and
• Speaker/topic ideas for the first three months of your tenure, or other creative ideas that can help YCW fulfil its mission to connect and educate today’s China-engaged professionals.

Instructions

• Please email london@youngchinawatchers.com by 2359 (British Summer Time), Tuesday 12 September 2023 with a CV and a brief note outlining your suitability / interest in becoming a YCW Director.

• In your subject line, please adopt the following format: DIRECTOR: [Firstname][Lastname].

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YCW London Conference 2023

(2) Pulse Contributors

This is a project-based, volunteer research position requiring a commitment of about 7-10 hours per month from September 2023 until February 2024. Anyone with an interest in China research is welcome to apply.

Pulse Contributors will work with the Head of Pulse Survey to deliver the fourth iteration of the Pulse Survey. It is a piece of primary research on the attitudes of China watchers on a diverse range of topics that range from BRI and diplomacy to food safety and social welfare. The findings of the Pulse will be presented at the forthcoming Conference and other roundtables. We are looking for two Pulse Contributors to conduct research, write-up findings and disseminate them.

The Pulse Contributors will become a part of a close-knit group of emerging and recognised leaders from the public, private, and non-profit sectors who are passionate about the development of China and its impact on the world.

Key responsibilities include:

• Handling and analysing large amounts of attitudinal data on China’s international and domestic agenda (see prior Pulse Surveys for an indication of themes)
• Authoring sections of the Pulse Report;
• Developing data visualisations for the Pulse Report;
• Presenting findings at speaking events and the Conference; and
• Assisting with marketing and dissemination in partnership with other China organisations

The successful candidate will have:

• Demonstrable interest and experience in China affairs;
• Research and report-writing experience (preferably with writing samples hyperlinked in the CV);
• Excellent communication, time management and organisational skills;
• Strong professional and personal networks in London; and
• Robust research ethics.

Instructions

To apply, please send you resume/CV and a brief note outlining your interest to london@youngchinawatchers.com by 2359 (British Summer Time), Tuesday 12 September 2023. Please include details such as: 1) your current involvement with or interest in YCW/China, 2) why you are applying to the role, 3) how you meet role requirements and 4) what you would like to get from the role.

• In your subject line, please adopt the following format: PULSE: [Firstname][Lastname].

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(3) Associate Director of Mentorships

This is a volunteer Director position, sitting on the YCW London Directors Committee. The role requires a commitment of about 8 hours per month with occasional busier periods.

The YCW London Mentorship Scheme has been moving from strength to strength and we are now recruiting for the newly created position of Associate Director of Mentorships to support in growing the programme.

This will be a collaborative role, working closely with the current Director of Mentorships, as well as the wider YCW London Directors team, with the opportunity to innovate and drive your own ideas. There will be a particular focus on expanding our programme of events and mentorship/alumni networks, as well as developing the usual mentorship scheme.

London’s YCW mentorship programme is currently in its seventh year and has well-established university partners with SOAS, KCL and LSE, as well as a highly qualified group of mentors taken from taken from Government, finance, business, academia and other sectors. The programme is rewarding to run, playing an important role in supporting the incoming generation of China-focused talent and enabling career progression at a complex time.

YCW Directors become a part of a close-knit group of emerging and recognised leaders from the public, private, and non-profit sectors who are passionate about the development of China and its impact on the world.

Key responsibilities include:

• Working closely with the Director of Mentorships to develop and expand the programme;
• Innovation and expansion of YCW London Mentorship current and alumni communities;
• Recruitment and selection of future classes of mentors and mentees;
• Organisation of events for mentors and mentees throughout the year;
• Strengthen YCW partnership with UK universities.

The successful candidate will have:

• Motivation and fresh ideas on how to improve the programme;
• Demonstrable interest and experience in China-affairs;
• Project management experience;
• Excellent communication and organisational skills;
• Strong professional and personal networks in London;

Instructions

To apply, please send you resume/CV and a brief note outlining your interest to london@youngchinawatchers.com by 2359 (British Summer Time), Tuesday 12 September 2023. Please include details such as: 1) your current involvement with or interest in YCW/China, 2) why you are applying to the role, 3) how you meet role requirements and 4) what you would like to get from the role.

• In your subject line, please adopt the following format: MENTORSHIP: [Firstname][Lastname].

For those wishing to submit applications for one or more recruitment campaigns, please send your application materials for each in separate emails.

London – Director Recruitment 2023
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