Assistant Director (Lobbyist), Policy & Government Affairs
Washington, DC


The Assistant Director, Policy and Government Affairs (PGA) will serve as one of AIPAC’s registered lobbyists, responsible for building and maintaining relationships on Capitol Hill and with the broader Washington, D.C. policy community to support and promote AIPAC’s legislative agenda. 

Detailed Duties:

• Build and maintain strong relationships with members of Congress, congressional staff and other policy professionals in Washington, D.C. in support and promotion of a comprehensive legislative agenda;
• Identify, craft, execute and oversee policy campaigns to strengthen the U.S.-Israel relationship in collaboration with PGA colleagues;
• Draft written materials for use with internal and external audiences to support AIPAC's policy agenda;
• Plan and execute educational events for Congressional staff featuring policy experts;
• Public speaking as required;
• Other duties as assigned.


• 2-5 years of policy, government relations, advocacy or other relevant experience; Capitol Hill experience strongly preferred;
• Experience developing and implementing legislative campaigns and advocating policy positions to internal and external audiences;
• Passion for a strong U.S.-Israel relationship. Familiarity with Israel and American policy-making in the Middle East;
• Strong analytic and communications skills, able to articulate complex concepts in a concise and compelling manner;
• Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced, team environment with tight deadlines;
• Undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university preferred

To Apply: 

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• AIPAC is an equal opportunity employer