Primary responsibilities include: Research and draft briefings, policies and model legislation on issues that impact the irrigation industry; Work with the government and public affairs director in executing IA’s federal, state and local legislative and regulatory strategy; Monitor state and federal legislation and regulations; Identify and develop volunteer state legislative coordinators, federal and state key contacts, and other volunteer advocates to support IA’s federal, state and local advocacy efforts.
RAND is seeking a legislative analyst to work primarily on health policy issues as a member of RAND’s Office of Congressional Relations. This individual will develop and execute strategies for expanding awareness, understanding and appreciation of RAND and our research by policymakers and staff on Capitol Hill. The position supports RAND Health, the largest of RAND’s domestic units.
Federal Relations Consultant - The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Due date is Thursday, March 12, 2015 no later than 2:00 PM (MST).
The Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), the Washington-based policy organization representing the U.S. nuclear energy industry, is seeking a Director of Environmental Policy to lead NEI’s work on environmental issues, with emphasis on the Clean Air Act and the Clean Water Act.
The Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), the Washington-based policy organization representing the U.S. nuclear energy industry, is seeking a Director of Business Policy to lead NEI’s work on the competitive market issues that affect America’s nuclear power plants, and to influence the perception of nuclear energy in the financial community.
The National Association of Spine Specialists’ (NASS) department of government relations is currently seeking a Political and Legislative Affairs Manager in our Washington, DC office. The position is responsible for managing key aspects of the association’s Political Action Committee (SpinePAC) and will work with the Director of Government Relations to develop and implement strategy for NASS’ Advocacy efforts.
iConstituent’s Account Executives are responsible for generating sales and building strong relationships with our customers. In this role, we are seeking an energetic, competitive, hungry, and dynamic individual to spearhead our growth in the Congressional market in Washington, DC. This is a perfect opportunity for an individual to join our team who wants to be in the Capitol Hill network and work for a company creating the most innovative products for connecting people and government.
The Peter G. Peterson Foundation is seeking a Digital Content Producer for our Communications and Public Affairs team, with strong writing skills and a firm grasp of current fiscal and economic issues. The Digital Content Producer will create and aggregate both original and repurposed content with an eye towards making complex fiscal, budgetary, and economic news/policy developments accessible to a broader audience.
The Hill is searching for a data visualization expert to serve as its chief data artist, transforming layered topics, ideas, and debates into simple yet dynamic visual displays. We're seeking a team member to design and develop striking visuals -- maps, infographics, interactive media, and other data elements -- for figures, trends, and demographic and comparative data to provide simplified context to complex narratives.
NCLR is seeking a Policy Analyst to join its Wealth-Building Initiative, which aims to ensure the Latino community’s ability to contribute to and share in the nation’s economic opportunities, in Washington, DC. This position is housed within NCLR’s highly respected Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation (ORAL), one of the most influential, visible, and leading national advocacy organizations championing public policy on behalf of Latinos.
NCLR is seeking a Project Manager to join its Wealth-Building Initiative, which aims to ensure the Latino community’s ability to contribute to and share in the nation’s economic opportunities. This position will be located in either the NCLR headquarters in Washington, DC, or in one of NCLR’s field offices located in Los Angeles, CA; Miami, FL; Chicago, IL; or San Antonio, TX. The position is housed within NCLR’s highly respected Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation (ORAL), one of the most influential, visible, and leading national advocacy organizations championing public policy on behalf of Latinos.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks a Senior Coordinator to work closely with the Director of Federal Affairs, to support the development and execution of the University’s federal affairs strategy.
The Director of Communications will be responsible for overseeing a regular schedule of publications and for developing and implementing a comprehensive communications strategy for the organization. This person will lead a staff of writers and work closely with senior management on all communications issues.
The Departmental Technology Integrator works in a dynamic, fast-paced environment providing services to meet the needs of the departmental staff for their generic and focused IT tools used on the job. Embedded in these departments enhancing articulation and advocacy of technology need and adoption, this position supports, trains, handholds, documents, and collaborates with departmental staff in person, over the phone, and through e-mail.A key focus of this role is supporting departmental systems for internal and external users and identifying issues and needs in the design of new requirements for new or enhancements to existing systems.
The AIPAC Fellows Program is a unique, mission-driven sales team deployed in five key areas of the country to assist in the achievement of AIPAC’s annual fundraising goals. A Regional Sales Manager of the AIPAC Fellows Program is responsible for coaching and managing the 10-20 Fellows and other Fellows regional staff. The Sales Manager reports to the Director of Fellows.
The Assistant Director for Communications of Policy and Government Affairs is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive communications strategy covering AIPAC’s policy and legislative agenda. The Director will oversee the production of materials for Congress and the Executive Branch.
The SW Regional Synagogue Initiative Director is tasked with the development and maintenance of relationships with rabbis and the volunteer lay-leaders in targeted synagogues where they will educate clergy and congregants about the U.S.-Israel relationship and pro-Israel political activism. They will also be responsible for recruitment of new members to promote greater involvement with AIPAC in order to increase pro-Israel activism.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) seeks 3 Regional Political Directors each based in Baltimore (MD), Boston (MA), or Chicago (IL) to oversee pro-Israel political activity. AIPAC has worked since 1954 to strengthen the U.S.-Israel relationship. AIPAC is a registered domestic lobby whose principal mission is to work with Congress on legislation that strengthens the United States and Israel.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) seeks a Deputy Regional Political Director to assist with the implementation of AIPAC’s political goals and objectives. The Deputy Regional Political Director will report to the Regional Political Director.
The Sr. Progressive Policy Analyst will assist with the department’s outreach to progressives in Congress and the wider policy community. Reports to Assistant Director of Policy and Government Affairs/Director of Strategic Engagement and works under the general supervision of Deputy Director and Policy and Government Affairs Director(s).
As Regional Outreach Director you will help grow pro-Israel political activism in one of the largest and most important markets in America. The Regional Outreach Director promotes pro-Israel education and activism among progressive leaders in the New England Region. The Regional Outreach Director reports to the Regional Political Director in Boston and work closely with the National Outreach Director in Washington, DC.
The National Religiously Motivated Pro-Israel Christian Outreach Constituency Director will work to promote pro-Israel advocacy among religiously motivated, pro-Israel Christian leaders and political activists across the United States from AIPAC’s national headquarters in Washington, D.C. The Constituency Director will report to the National Outreach Director and implement a national outreach strategy, coordinate regional evangelical Christian and related Outreach activities, and conduct outreach efforts directly in certain parts of the country. The National Outreach Program promotes pro-Israel activism and education among leaders of various constituencies, including Progressives, African Americans, Hispanics and Religiously-Motivated Pro-Israel Christians.
National public company seeks a fulltime government relations professional to shepherd passage of 21st Century good-government legislation in multiple states. This person needs to be able to size up the political dynamics of different states and develop—and execute—a political strategy encompassing all branches and levels of state government.
Fast paced consulting firm seeks highly organized, motivated, self starter to support executives working with companies in the financial and housing sector. Candidate must possess strong attention to detail, hill experience preferred. Email cover letter, resume and salary requirements to email@example.com.
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