- Collecting, analyzing, and presenting financial and economic data in support of policy priorities;
- Assisting with preparing reports and memos for senior Treasury officials;
- Preparing regular updates of regional financial and currency market activity;
- Conducting background research on relevant economic and financial issues;
- Attending and reporting on official meetings in and outside of government;
- Coordinating with other Treasury offices; and
- Assisting with trip preparation and briefing books.
Candidates should have a solid understanding of international economics, finance, and development policy. Candidates should also have strong quantitative, research, writing, organizational, spreadsheet, and communication skills; the ability to meet tight deadlines; talent in constructing well-reasoned arguments and extracting key data/information from large documents; and the capacity to work independently and as part of a team. Specific knowledge of the region or an East Asian language (particularly Chinese) is helpful. This position is unpaid and open to U.S. citizens only. Applicants must be current students.