The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has an immediate need for a Director-Public Affairs who is responsible for developing and implementing a proactive media relations strategy and program to support the association’s mission to advance the industry and build stronger support for public transportation at the national, regional, and local levels.
We currently have an open position for a Manager, Advocacy Campaigns. The Manager, Advocacy Campaigns will be primarily responsible for implementing and supporting strategic, multi-faceted advocacy campaigns to engage key stakeholders on NAMI’s priority issues and advocacy initiatives, like NAMI’s Reimagine Crisis Response partnership. The ideal candidate will have experience in utilizing multiple campaign strategies to engage both advocate and policymaker audiences.
We are currently hiring for a Senior Manager, Advocacy. The Senior Manager, Advocacy will be responsible for planning, developing and implementing strategies to mobilize NAMI’s grassroots advocates utilizing advocacy software platform(s). The ideal candidate should have experience with digital advocacy software, data analysis and advocate engagement. This role is critical to building ongoing advocate recruitment and engagement via online platforms and ensuring a robust advocate footprint.
We currently have an opening for a Director, Public Policy. The Director of Public Policy will be responsible for developing NAMI’s policy positions on issues that impact people with mental health conditions and their families, leading analysis of proposed federal policies relative to those positions and driving NAMI’s strategic response to federal regulatory activity. The ideal candidate has a background in health policy and knowledge of federal agency processes.
The Political Coordinator, in coordination with local unions, is responsible for building electoral, legislative, fundraising, and activist programs under the direction of the Director. The Political Coordinator also assesses candidate viability, priority races, and meets with potential candidates to ensure they understand UFCW’s issues in collaboration with local unions. This position is also assigned to work with locals on building out their electoral programs and legislative priorities.
This role will support CECU's government relations priorities on behalf of the sector and our members engaged in the delivery of postsecondary career education. The selected individual will serve as a senior member of the government relations team, reporting directly to the president and CEO. This role will primarily involve relationship building and advocacy with the federal legislative branch on Capitol Hill.
As the Executive Assistant (EA) to the President, this role is a critical partner to the President and a key ambassador for the President’s Office (PO). It is central to the activities that support the President and helps drive forward The Rockefeller Foundation’s (RF) strategic initiatives. The ideal candidate is an energetic, thoughtful, and creative team player who loves rolling up their sleeves while ensuring high attention to detail. T
NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association is looking for a Public Relations Manager to join our Strategic Communications department. This position will report to the VP of Strategic Communications and will play an integral role in serving as the point person for public and media relations and advocacy communication initiatives.
The Senior Director, Legislative Policy will work with senior CSBS staff and CSBS members to support all aspects of the organization’s legislative policy development and legislative outreach. The Senior Director, Legislative Policy is a crucial member of the CSBS Legislative Team, interacting with Congress to advocate for the legislative interests and priorities of CSBS and its members across the full range of legislative issues of interest to state regulators.
The Program Manager, ENT PAC, reports to the Senior Manager, Congressional & Political Advocacy.
Sourcing and conducting meetings with federal elected officials, regulators, and stakeholders to advance client interests. Developing creative and comprehensive campaign plans to create a path to achieve client goals. Interfacing directly with clients to keep them informed of progress, to discuss strategy, and to prepare for meetings.
NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association is currently recruiting for a Director of Federal Affairs. Established in 1967, NAIOP is the leading organization for developers, owners and investors of office, industrial, and mixed-use
real estate, with 20,000 members and 52 local chapters throughout North America.
A Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit international think tank/media research organization focusing on the Middle East and extremism is seeking a full-time government outreach associate.
This position provides legislative and administrative strategy development and implementation on environmental issue priorities for Earthjustice on broad issue areas on our Policy and Legislation Department’s team. This position will primarily focus on onshore and offshore oil and gas development, including the laws, regulations and policies that govern those activities. Additional issues may be assigned by Supervisor.
The Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) of Greater Washington is the non-profit public affairs and community relations arm of the regional Jewish community, representing over one hundred Jewish organizations and synagogues and The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington. The JCRC focuses on government relations, Israel advocacy, intergroup relations, Holocaust commemoration and education, and K-12 education outreach.
The Congressional Liaison Research Assistant is under the overall supervision of the Assistant to the Board for Congressional Liaison and works closely with all personnel within the Congressional Liaison Office (CLO). The incumbent performs and coordinates work to plan, track, and implement programs and initiatives in support of the public policy agenda of the Federal Reserve Board (Board).
GPSIA seeks an experienced professional to serve as Executive Director for a dynamic technology and spectrum focused trade association representing the GPS industry in Washington, DC. The Executive Director is responsible for proactively designing and implementing the GPSIA’s comprehensive public policy and advocacy strategy. The position reports directly to the GPSIA Board of Directors.
The Associate or Senior Associate will serve as an integral member of TAG’s Southeast Asia practice. The role will involve supporting clients across multiple sectors including energy, technology, e-commerce, manufacturing, automotive, healthcare, and logistics. A strong candidate will have a deep understanding of the political systems of multiple Southeast Asian countries and a strong grasp of business fundamentals and the region’s complex regulatory and trade environment.
We are seeking to hire a highly skilled and experienced Manager of Government Relations to support Federal, State and Local Government Affairs activities across the US. This role will be responsible for monitoring legislation, developing corporate positions and responses, and represent Aeroflow Inc to achieve corporate objectives.
The Manager works with the region’s waste companies and interacts on their behalf at the state, local, regional, special authority, and county levels. He or she works with legislative and elected officials as well as administrative and regulatory officials in all solid waste areas. In addition to advocacy, the Manager organizes various events as fundraisers for the chapters including annual golf outings, skeet shooting and facility tours.