Regulator & Government Relationship Executive

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Job Description

The individual will support the Managing Director and the Executive Director in the achievement of the strategic plan of the association. He/She is responsible for managing an effective federal/central government relations program common goals of its members and is responsible for relationship building with federal/central government representatives and media.

What you'll do
  • Assist in managing the development and implementation of lobbying strategies, including the drafting of statements, letters and testimonies, organization of grassroots efforts, coordination with industry allies and direct contact with legislators and regulators;
  • Assist in lobbying before Members of Congress and congressional staff on a variety of industry-related issues
  • Manage a daily legislative tracking process; identifying, analyzing and tracking legislation and regulations and the federal government
  • Participate in several industry groups focused on federal and state legislative activity, tax issues, environmental regulation and technology, and homeland security
  • Develop, write and edit government relations content for publications and website
  • Assist in the development of agendas, edited materials, as well as help conduct meetings and periodic conference calls of relevant committees and councils
  • Respond to inquiries directly from association members including top executives
What you will need
  • University degree, preferably a Master’s degree in political science, public policy, Canadian studies, economics or a related discipline.
  • Five to seven years of government relations experience (at the management level) coupled with a strong understanding of Federal government processes and institutions.
  • Demonstrated competence in team building, strategic planning and organizational management.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills, superior oral and written capabilities, including the ability to build professional relationships with government.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate with a variety of stakeholders (members; academics; government; media) and the ability to respond to member needs (strategically and tactfully) as well as exercise leadership and diplomacy amongst diverse perspectives and priorities.
  • Fluently bilingual (English and French) – both spoken and written.
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