The North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA), a prominent Washington D.C. association devoted to supporting the work of U.S. state and Canadian provincial securities regulators, is seeking a Policy & Government Affairs Manager/Counsel to join NASAA’s Policy and Government Affairs Department (Department). The position will report to NASAA’s Director of Policy and Government Affairs, and Policy Counsel (Director). The successful candidate will have strong government affairs skills (with a preference for experience in state government affairs), outstanding writing and analytical skills, a positive attitude, a firm understanding of securities regulation and financial regulation, a strong commitment to investor protection, and a desire to work in an association environment.
The Executive Assistant (EA) to the President will provide high-level support to the President, keeping his path clear of non-essential tasks while proactively anticipating his requirements. The EA will serve as a liaison to the board of directors and the leadership team.
The Executive Assistant will be responsible for supporting Firm Leaders with the day to day business of law firm management, coordinate Firmwide initiatives, ensure tracking of key decisions and actions emerging from these activities. The Executive Assistant will also be responsible for managing multiple priorities on a day to day basis and be able to respond quickly and execute on time-sensitive items. This dynamic role requires the ability to communicate effectively, build relationships, anticipate needs, think critically, exercise independent judgment, offer solutions to problems with a high level of confidentiality and professionalism.
The American Hospital Association (AHA) is a national organization that represents and serves all types of hospitals, health care networks, and their patients and communities. We are currently seeking a Senior Associate Director, Policy-Physician and Alternative Payment, for our Washington, DC office.
Washington, DC-based trade association seeks an individual to assist with the development and communication of the public transportation industry's positions on federal legislative issues to its members, Members of Congress, Congressional committees, the Executive Branch, other organizations, and the public.
The Regional Airline Association (RAA) seeks an experienced airline management professional in Washington, DC to complement its core team in advancing the association’s advocacy and business agenda for its airline and associate members.
This position provides legislative and administrative strategy development and implementation as well as oversight of a team of the Policy and Legislation staff working on Earthjustice’s climate and energy priorities, including limited PAL advocacy in the states if applicable.
The School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University is seeking a Director of Communications to serve as the School’s strategic communications leader. SAIS is at an exciting inflection point in its rich and storied history. Over the past five years, the School has doubled the number of tenure-line faculty and undergone a significant reenvisioning and restructuring to ensure educational offerings are more relevant for the 21ST century. In addition to these changes, the SAIS continues to prepare for its move to a new, state-of-the-art facility at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, strategically located between the White House and Capitol Hill.
The Pandemic Prevention Institute will close the gap between pathogen detection and response—from nations to neighborhoods. The Institute will build an equitable, representative network of data systems that respects sovereignty, upholds the highest ethical standards, and empowers decision-makers to respond efficiently and effectively to pathogen threats. We will ensure that early warnings sound when needed and local actors are empowered to take appropriate steps before it is too late. Embracing a combination of technological innovation, capacity building, and multi-sector collaboration, the Institute and its partners will transform the world’s ability to capture signals and provide rapid response. Ultimately, our success will be measured in the lives and livelihoods we save.
NCTA’s member companies have a groundbreaking history and equally impressive vision for the future, emboldened by a spirit of innovation, creativity and passion to be the best. NCTA seeks a Vice President and Associate Counsel of Program Network Policy who will support the public policy agenda of NCTA’s program network members.
NCTA’s member companies have a groundbreaking history and equally impressive vision for the future, emboldened by a spirit of innovation, creativity and passion to be the best. NCTA seeks a Vice President and Associate General Counsel who will provide legal support for the Association and member companies in rulemaking and other proceedings before government agencies and courts.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has an opening for a Federal Relations Associate to join the Government and Community Relations (GCR, https://gcr.lbl.gov/) team. In this new role, you will report to the DC-based Federal Relations Director and work closely with other members of the GCR team, Berkeley Lab research area leaders, and external stakeholders. The position supports the development and execution of strategies to best position Berkeley Lab within the federal policy environment and requires ongoing awareness of priority research areas, analysis of legislative proposals, and proactive engagement of internal and external stakeholders.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is seeking a Legislative Assistant, Federal Advocacy in our Washington, DC office. This individual will assist with and provide support for AAP’s advocacy efforts to Congress, regulatory, and judicial bodies and to other advocacy groups.
Support and further expand a robust grassroots and PAC network, including enhanced advocacy and political programming through various strategic efforts and activities. Primary responsibilities include planning, implementing and executing existing grassroots and PAC programming to further educate and engage surgeon advocates; drafting content to complement existing programming; and developing additional recruitment tools and techniques to broaden and strengthen grassroots network and increase PAC participation.
NCTA seeks a Department Coordinator who will provide high level, confidential, administrative support and project coordination for the Government Relations team; following up to ensure all team deliverables are prioritized and executed in a timely manner.
The Council for Opportunity in Education (“COE” or “the Council”) seeks a dynamic and accomplished Vice President of Public Policy (“Vice President”) to help develop and implement a robust policy agenda to strengthen programs to support low-income, first-generation college students and students with disabilities, most notably the Federal TRIO Programs (“TRIO”). Reporting to the Executive Vice President, the Vice President will work to ensure that voices of COE’s members – institutions of higher education and community-based agencies sponsoring college access and success programs – are well-represented in all conversations concerning federal funding and authorization of programs to support low-income, first-generation students, and students with disabilities.
NCTA seeks a dynamic Research Assistant to assist in the collection, analysis and dissemination of data and the development of public policy papers, presentations and analyses.
The position supports the development and execution of strategies to best position Berkeley Lab within the federal policy environment and requires ongoing awareness of priority research areas, analysis of legislative proposals, and proactive engagement of internal and external stakeholders.
The American Chemistry Council (ACC), a national trade association representing the world’s leading chemical and plastics manufacturers, currently has an opportunity for Advocacy Manager for its Plastics division. ACC represents its members on public policy issues; coordinates the industry’s research and testing programs; and administers Responsible Care®, the industry’s environment, health, safety and security performance improvement initiative.
This position supports the day-to-day advocacy work with members, the internal state affairs team, and external stakeholders and partners. This position will help advocate for plastics sustainability at the state level through advancing policy priorities and engaging with value-chain stakeholders.
The Special Assistant provides high-level administrative, project and strategic support to the Managing Director (MD) of Development for the Northeast Region. The Special Assistant must effectively manage the MD's day-to-day and long-term activities and facilitate communication with the region's major donors, prospects and volunteers, campus leaders and administrators, senior OA staff, and academic leaders of the University.