Federal Government Affairs Staff Associate / PAC Coordinator

Rosemont, IL 60018 US

Posted: 06/13/2019 Industry: Non-Profit Job Number: 20206 Pay Rate: 50-60K DOE City: Rosemont, IL

The Federal Government Affairs Staff Associate / PAC Coordinator reports to the Governmental Affairs Manager and is responsible for supporting the Committee on Government Affairs and the Political Action Committee, as assigned by the Manager.  

The Federal Government Affairs Staff Associate / PAC Coordinator has responsibility for monitoring and analysis of federal legislation, regulation and political developments and for working with the company's Washington representation to help implement the association’s federal legislative and regulatory agenda. 

The Federal Government Affairs Staff Associate / PAC Coordinator also will have primary responsibility for executing the Day on the Hill (our client’s annual federal lobby day) and assisting with coordination of any follow up activities. 

The Federal Government Affairs Staff Associate / PAC Coordinator is responsible for identifying federal candidates for support, working to help disseminate such PAC contributions to our members or Washington representation for delivery or disseminating directly to the candidates, and maintaining the database of historical candidate contribution information. 

The Federal Government Affairs Staff Associate / PAC Coordinator will also assist with PAC member recruitment efforts, including contribution campaigns and solicitations. 

The Federal Government Affairs Staff Associate / PAC Coordinator is responsible for writing/editing/publishing a variety of reports, member newsletters, and responding to member/staff inquiries regarding federal government affairs-related issues. 

In addition, the Federal Government Affairs Staff Associate / PAC Coordinator will assist with governmental affairs-related activities and events associated with the company's Annual Meeting.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Knowledge of federal and state government operations and the legislative process
  • Knowledge of the political and election processes
  • Knowledge of federal and state regulatory agency operations and authority
  • Experience tracking legislative and regulatory activity, preferred
  • Experience reading and analyzing legislation and regulation, preferred
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Time and project management skills
  • Strong multitasking skills
  • Ability to work independently but collaboratively
  • Public speaking and presentation skills
  • Word processing, spreadsheet, database and related computer application skills
  • College degree required
  • Experience with Political Action Committees and/or grassroots activity a plus
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