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Public Lands Advocate, 
Washington, DC

This position provides legislative and administrative strategy development and implementation on issue priorities for Earthjustice including: the National Forest System; the National Park System; and Bureau of Land Management lands.

Government Affairs for 90 year old Non-Profit

Position is responsible for effecting federal regulatory, legislative, and political objectives in the legislative and executive branch of the federal government for Western Growers’, and all it affiliated entities, priorities. Position reports to the Vice President Federal Government Affairs.

VP, Programs and Policy, Brady Campaign & Center to Prevent Gun Violence

 The VP, Programs and Policy is responsible for the management and implementation of two key areas for Brady: 1) gun violence prevention policy at the federal and state level, and 2) Brady’s three strategic programs focusing on: reducing the flow of crime guns, expanding background checks, and changing social norms regarding the perception of guns. The VP will work closely with the Executive Management Team (the Co-Presidents and the Chief Operating Officer) to lead a team of individuals with subject matter expertise in the growth and implementation of policy and program objectives.

Government Relations Associate

 Join a team of dedicated professionals at a dynamic time in the immigration reform movement at The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), a national non-profit that advocates for enforcing our immigration laws and protecting American workers is seeking a candidate to serve as a junior lobbyist in its Federal Government Relations Department.

Executive Director

The Seafood Harvesters of America, a leading voice for our nation’s commercial fishing industry, is seeking an executive director to oversee its national non-profit organization and affiliated foundation.  The executive director works closely with the Harvesters’ board of directors with a significant portion of time focused on government affairs including tracking legislation; educating decision-makers on Capitol Hill and ensuring the Harvesters are well represented before Congress and agencies.

Major Agricultural Trade Association Seeks Trade Policy Manager

The Trade Policy Manager works as a member of the organization’s Trade Policy team and independently to advance the development, implementation and communication of the organization’s trade policy goals and activities. The goal of this position is to support the industry through the pursuit of trade-related policies that are in the best interests of expanding U.S. exports in the sector.

Director of Policy and Communications

Cross River Bank (“CRB”) is a venture-backed company reinventing banking to power the financial services of the future. CRB has become a leader in the Marketplace Lending and Payment arenas, providing cutting edge solutions to some of the largest and most innovative technology companies in the market. Government Affairs is a strategic priority for the firm and we are looking for a communications and policy professional to join us in a fast-paced environment, designing and delivering a clear and cohesive message to the banks diverse network and constituent base. 

Political Action Committee Manager

NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, has an immediate opening for a manager for its political action committee, NAIOP-PAC. The position is responsible for raising money from the association’s membership and coordinating activities relating to PAC fundraising events.

Director of Communications

Washington, DC - The U.S. Grains Council seeks to fill Director of Communications position which will lead day-to-day internal and external communications outreach to all Council stakeholders.

Director, Issues Management Washington, D.C. office

We have an exciting role open right now on our Issues Management and Media Relations team in our Washington, D.C. office. The right candidate will be experienced in issues and crisis response and developing and executing strategic communications plans, a strong writer, a team player, and be willing and able to roll up their sleeves and get stuff done.

Coordinator, Advocacy & Public Policy

Are you searching for a job with purpose? This is your opportunity to contribute your skills and passion to a national non-profit working to build better lives for individuals and families with mental illness.  NAMI (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Since NAMI’s beginning in 1979, we have established ourselves through dedication, commitment and an unceasing belief in our mission to strengthen communities and help those in need. The heart of NAMI is our unrivaled grassroots network of volunteers in communities across the nation. Through our united support, education, advocacy and awareness efforts, NAMI is at the forefront, a recognized force in urging new ideas and solutions to improve lives.NAMI currently has an opening for a Coordinator on its Advocacy & Public Policy team. This position will be responsible for supporting the work of the Advocacy & Public Policy team by providing project management for major initiatives and administrative assistance for meetings, events and outreach to NAMI advocates, affiliates and state organizations.

Director, Public Policy

Are you searching for a job with purpose? This is your opportunity to contribute your skills and passion to a national non-profit working to build better lives for individuals and families with mental illness.  NAMI (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Since NAMI’s beginning in 1979, we have established ourselves through dedication, commitment and an unceasing belief in our mission to strengthen communities and help those in need. The heart of NAMI is our unrivaled grassroots network of volunteers in communities across the nation. Through our united support, education, advocacy and awareness efforts, NAMI is at the forefront, a recognized force in urging new ideas and solutions to improve lives.NAMI currently has an opening for a Director of Public Policy. This position will be responsible for providing analysis of federal and state legislation and regulatory activity that impacts people with mental health conditions and their families. The Director will articulate NAMI’s key policy positions and advance priorities for mental health coverage, financing, and quality in Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial health plans. The Director will also work to advance policy goals for mental health recovery services and supports.

Digital Strategist and Grassroots Director

The Digital Strategist and Grassroots Director will be a senior member of the Corporate Communications Department, responsible for driving the strategy and execution of DraftKings’ grassroots advocacy campaigns.The Digital Strategist and Grassroots Director will harness the passion and loyalty that DraftKings’ customers have for playing daily fantasy sports into a groundswell of advocacy to support the passage of DFS legislation.The successful candidate will excel in developing cross-channel digital campaigns that include email strategy and segmentation, social media and content development. She / he will be an expert in channel management, message formation, content curation, digital advocacy advertising, audience building, community management and analytics.

Refugee Policy-Fellow for Persecuted Religious Minors

Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS), is seeking a Refugee Policy-Fellow for Persecuted Religious Minors who will assist the Advocacy Office in expanding its capacity to conduct outreach to the new Administration and the 115th Congress, on religious minorities who are fleeing persecution. Reporting to the Refugee Advocacy Officer, you will engage with LIRS staff members and LIRS constituencies, networks, and coalition partners.Located in LIRS’s Washington DC Advocacy office, this a part-time (less than 20 hours per week) opportunity for a duration not to exceed six months with an expected state date of January 2018. The intern will be compensated $15 per hour and is not benefits eligible.

Assistant Vice President and Regulatory Counsel

Independent Community Bankers of America Independent Community Bankers of America, the nation’s voice for nearly 6,000 community banks of all sizes and charter types, is dedicated exclusively to representing the interests of the community banking industry and its membership through effective advocacy, best-in-class education, comprehensive compliance tools and high-quality products and services. The Assistant Vice President and Regulatory Counsel supports ICBA’s advocacy efforts by representing the association and advocating its policy positions before the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and other regulatory agencies and policy makers regarding federal consumer financial rules.  

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