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State Government Relations/Grassroots Director (Work Remotely)

National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS)

THE ROLE

Individual needed to develop a state government relations program for the National Association of Professional Background Screeners. Reporting to the Executive Director, the position will be tasked with carrying out the Association’s government relations goals and strategies as they relate to state and local governments. The successful candidate will work directly with NAPBS’ Government Relations Committee, the Board of Directors, and third party government relations partners hired or otherwise identified by the Association. The position is responsible for managing the state grassroots volunteer efforts of the Association’s Government Relations Committee. The incumbent will leverage expertise and cultivate relationships between NAPBS and various legislative bodies and government regulatory agencies at the state and local level and aid members in advocacy efforts on behalf of the profession. 

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Posted January 31, 2017


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Director, Public Affairs/State Government Relations - POET (Washington, DC)

Summary

The Public Affairs/State Government Relations position is responsible for leading the public affairs and state government relations initiatives for POET, LLC.  The title of the position will reflect the experience of the selected candidate.  The position reports to the Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Communications (EAC).  The selected candidate must successfully demonstrate the following abilities: to develop and execute public affairs plans; effectively manage multiple state contract lobbyists; positively represent POET before state officials, industry groups and national organizations; skills necessary to anticipate, manage and communicate legislative and industry trends impacting POET, LLC and illustrate examples of being a contributor to teams dedicated to the advancement of technologies that challenge strong incumbents.

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Posted January 31, 2017


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Various Positions - Quorum (Washington, DC)

Apply to Join the Quorum Team


Named a top D.C. startup to watch in 2016, Quorum builds tools that enable anyone to influence the legislative process. Called the “Google for Congress” by the Huffington Post for the breadth of information available on Quorum and the “Moneyball Effect on K Street” for our unique quantitative insights, Quorum’s modern tools are used by companies like Walmart, GM, Toyota, and Anheuser-Busch and non-profits like the UN Foundation, the League of Conservation Voters, and the Club for Growth. Quorum also works with leading trade associations, public affairs firms, and lobby shops as well as think tanks, academic institutions, embassies, unions, and offices of Members of Congress.

 

We’re looking to add members to our business development and customer success teams. Members of the Quorum team are intelligent, politically savvy, highly motivated self-starters who excel in a fast-paced environment. We are looking for additional team members that are curious with a desire to learn quickly and make valuable contributions to a close-knit and growing team.

 

Interested applicants should email a resume to jobs@quorum.us


Posted January 9, 2017

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Manager, State Relations - AAA (Washington, DC)

Summary

Provides a national perspective on state transportation, traffic safety, consumer, automotive and business line issues by tracking and analyzing state issues.  Communicates national perspective to clubs and National Office.  Prepares and distributes materials to support club grassroots and lobbying activities at the state and local level. Supports Director and coordinates with other Public Affairs staff to manage Association priority initiative(s) by working with club work group(s), developing outreach and education materials, and working with National Office and clubs to meet initiative goals. Identifies priorities and executes strategies in coordination with Public Affairs, Automotive, and others to advance Association interests.  Represents AAA with national state legislative organizations.


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    Posted December 22, 2016

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    State Government Affairs Manager - National Safety Council (Washington, DC)

    The nation's leading safety advocate for more than 100 years, the National Safety Council is a nonprofit membership organization with the mission to save lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy. If you are interested in working to make the world, measurably safer, NSC is the place for you in 2016.        

    Position Summary:
     
    The State Government Affairs Manager leads the National Safety Council efforts to influence public policy at the state level of government. Policy efforts focus on eliminating unintentional death and injury, with a focus on eliminating motor vehicle crashes, fighting the prescription drug overdose epidemic, improving workplace safety and other issues as needed. S/he will serve as a subject matter expert on state governments and develop strategy for engaging there on multiple issues of interest to NSC. S/he will work collaboratively across the Council with colleagues to develop persuasive positions supporting NSC initiatives and will be able to work independently to accomplish goals. 
     

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    Posted December 2, 2016


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