Director, Federal Relations

Under the general direction of the Executive Vice-President for Public Policy & Government Relations, the Director of Federal Relations advances The Joint Commission’s legislative and public policy agenda by: 1) developing strategies to establish and maintain relationships with legislators, executive branch federal officials and their staff, and other national health care policymakers who influence The Joint Commission’s work; 2) helping to ensure that policy makers understand and appreciate the Joint Commission’s role and contributions to national efforts aimed at improving healthcare quality and patient safety; 3) identifying opportunities to add new or to improve upon existing, partnerships and relationships with a diversity of federal policy makers; 4) initiating and implementing the Joint Commission’s advocacy agenda; and 5) directing the work of four federal relations staff in the Washington, DC Office. The Deputy Director. The Deputy also helps develop and oversee the budget and routine administrative functions of the Washington Office

Director, Government Affairs

The Center is seeking a Director to join its fast paced Government Affairs division.  Reporting to and in close collaboration with the Senior Vice President for Government Affairs, the Director will advance the Center’s education and policy goals, communicating Center’s research findings and policy recommendations to Congressional and other policymakers and staff.

Managing Director, Government Relations and Engineering Education

The Managing Director, Government Relations and Engineering Education is responsible for providing effective leadership and management of the ASME Washington DC Office.  In this role the Managing Director is responsible for activities and operations related to Government Relations, Engineering Education, the ASME Industry Advisory Board, and support of the ASME Public Affairs and Outreach (PAO) sector.

Manager for its Political Mobilization

The American Chemistry Council (ACC), a national trade association representing the world’s leading chemical and plastics manufacturers, currently has an opportunity for Manager for its Political Mobilization department.  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.

Office and Benefits Manager

This person is responsible for overall supervision of the administrative side of the office, including the company’s benefit plan and human resources, and for providing staff support to the CEO.

Assistant Director of Government Relations

Manage and provide leadership on STS public policy initiatives. Facilitate interactions with government agencies and legislators, monitor and influence legislative and regulatory issues of interest, and coordinate the Society’s responses to emerging issues. Advise Director and STS volunteer leaders on STS health policy priorities and strategies. Represent the Society on Capitol Hill and at political events.

Director of the Coalition for Life Sciences

The Director of the Coalition for Life Sciences is responsible for coordinating all programs and advocacy activities that serve the mission of the Coalition for Life Sciences (CLS), according to the direction from the Board of Directors and leadership from the CLS member organizations.  The director is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives.

Washington Director

PEN America is looking for a dynamic, innovative, connected and independent Washington Director to serve as PEN America’s primary advocate and strategist in Washington, D.C. at a critical moment of growth and opportunity for the global free expression organization.  

Director, Transportation and Infrastructure

AFPM is searching for a Director in its Regulatory Affairs Department.  The successful candidate’s primary role will be to assist in the oversight and coordination of Association policy on regulatory matters related to transportation and infrastructure policy. This is a full-time exempt position reporting to the Vice President, Regulatory Affairs.  

Assistant Director, Legislative Affairs

In collaboration with the AALU’s Government Affairs team, volunteer leaders, and industry partners, the Assistant Director, Legislative Affairs will be responsible for helping AALU communicate and advocate on an array of tax, retirement, and financial services policy challenges facing our member agents and the broader life insurance community.

Advocacy Manager, Federal Advocacy Services

The Association for Advanced Life Underwriting (AALU) is looking for an entrepreneurial, client facing, Advocacy Manager for our largest grassroots consulting partnership. Based in our Capitol Hill office and reporting to the Vice President of Political Affairs, this person’s responsibilities include:

Policy Analyst/Policy Attorney for Children and Youth Washington, D.C.

Futures Without Violence is a dynamic national organization that works to end violence against women and children in the United States and around the world. We seek a creative, energetic individual with an entrepreneurial spirit and a good sense of humor to join our team as a senior policy staff person. 

Associate Legislative Director, Finance

The National Association of Counties (NACo) announces an opening for an Associate Legislative Director for Finance and Intergovernmental Affairs.  The occupant of this position assists in directing NACo’s finance, tax, elections, Native American and other intergovernmental issues agenda. The position requires knowledge and understanding these issues and their affect on local governments.

Associate Legislative Director, LUCC

The National Association of Counties (NACo) announces an opening for an Associate Legislative Director for coordinating the activities of NACo’s Large Urban County Caucus. The position requires knowledge and understanding of issues affecting urban and suburban local governments and also requires the ability to develop and maintain effective contacts with federal government officials, Members of Congress and their staffs, and other executives and lobbyists working for public interest organizations.

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