Lobbyist Job Description Sample
Lobbyist (Government Relations, Federal), #0014 (Posting Period: Open Until Filled)
POSITION EMPHASIS: This position supports the NEA's strategic objective to focus the energy and resources of its 3 million members toward the promotion of public education by providing specialized lobbying efforts with Members of Congress, the federal executive branch and other national policy makers to support NEA's legislative policies. The position is in the Center for Advocacy, Government Relations department.
The essential functions of this position include developing and maintaining effective bipartisan working relationships with Members of Congress, the federal executive branch, and other national policy-makers. The incumbent advocates and coordinates support for NEA's position on federal policies and legislation, develops strategies and approaches for effective advocacy, and researches, analyzes, and evaluates federal issues, legislation, rules and regulations.
The incumbent also researches legislative issues and assists in the development of testimony, legislation, position papers, and reports; and works collaboratively within the Government Relations team, and with NEA leaders, state affiliates and field staff to be influential in the legislative process in support of the Association's federal legislative program. In addition, the incumbent makes oral presentations and attends political events, assists on campaigns and evaluates NEA's position on federal education and related legislative policies important to NEA, its affiliates and its members, including higher education and labor. To carry out responsibilities, the employee uses a personal computer, associated software, other office technology and travels occasionally.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the following is provided: The position involves analytical and problem-solving skills; use of clear and articulate speech; written/oral communication skills; interpersonal and customer service skills; moderate lifting (up to 25 lbs.); use of a computer keyboard; sitting/standing for long periods and ability to travel by various means, e.g., train, plane, automobile.
QUALIFICATIONS: MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIREMENT:
Bachelor's degree in Political Science, Public Affairs, or related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and skills may be obtained. Relevant advanced degree preferred. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Five years professional lobbying experience involving political action or government relations at federal or state level. Experience in public policy advocacy at the state or federal level or experience in legislative or executive branch work at the state or federal level, Capitol Hill lobbying experience, or combination thereof. OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Writing samples (testimony, position papers, etc.), or samples of recent work products may be required at time of interview. Must be available to work evenings or weekends on very short notice. Some travel required.
SELECTION CRITERIA: TIER 1 (Essential): Extensive working knowledge and experience on Capitol Hill with Congressional and executive branch processes and procedures.
Demonstrated knowledge of education, labor, social and economic justice issues. Proven federal legislative advocacy skills, including demonstrated advanced verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrated experience researching, analyzing, and evaluating federal issues, rules, regulations and legislation.
Demonstrated high-level and effective interpersonal skills, including demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective bipartisan working relationships, and demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively on internal and external teams. Experience in and willingness to work in a frenetic and fluid legislative/political environment. Proven flexibility and effectiveness in handling multiple and complex projects simultaneously under stringent timeframes and changing priorities/conditions.
TIER 2 (Significant): Knowledge of federal appropriations and legislative process, higher education and labor. Established relationships with key Congressional staff, as well as other education and progressive advocacy organizations. Proven awareness of current political environment and on-going strategic implications that affect NEA's legislative and political activities.
TIER 3 (Desirable): Experience educating internal and external audiences about NEA political agenda. Demonstrated ability of reaching out and strategically utilize grassroots membership to advance a policy agenda. Knowledge of the Government Relations department's mission and strategic objectives.
McGuireWoods Consulting is seeking an Administrative Assistant for its Washington, DC office. This position will support senior lobbyists who provide public affairs services to Fortune 500 clients. Duties will include processing correspondence, maintaining calendars, scheduling, time entry, expenses, research and other duties as assigned. The position will interact with current and former elected officials on a regular basis.
Founded in 1998, McGuireWoods Consulting is a full-service public affairs firm offering government relations, advocacy and infrastructure and economic development services. MWC is a subsidiary of the McGuireWoods law firm with offices in seven state capitals and Washington DC. MWC is ranked in the Top 20 of The National Law Journal's "The Influence 50," an annual report of the top public affairs firms in Washington, D.C.
Performs time entry for assigned McGuireWoods Consulting staff
Processes incoming and outgoing correspondence as appropriate; including mailings, invitations and bills
Processes all expense related items (invoices, reimbursements, check requests) and completes lobbyist filings per state or federal laws as applicable
Performs administrative duties such as copying, scanning/faxing, mailing letters, etc.
Updates contact and client list as assigned by McGuireWoods Consulting staff
Assists with office events and functions
May perform research as requested by lobbyists
College degree preferred with 3+ years of experience in an administrative capacity, preferably at an association or legal/public affairs firm
Ability to work independently and, at times, with little direction
Strong planning and organizational skills
Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
Knowledge of multiple software packages, including Excel and PowerPoint
Knowledge of US Capitol and key players a plus
Associate Director, Government Affairs, Mid-West Region
For Current Gilead Employees and Contractors:
Please log onto your Internal Career Site to apply for this job.
Gilead Sciences, Inc. is a research-based biopharmaceutical company founded in 1987. Together we deliver life-saving therapies to patients in need. With the commitment and drive you bring to the workplace every day, you will be part of a team that is changing the world and helping millions of people live healthier, more fulfilling lives. Our worldwide staff is a close community where you can see the tangible results of your contributions, where every individual matters, and everyone has a chance to enhance their skills through ongoing development. Our scientific focus has resulted in marketed products that are benefiting hundreds of thousands of people, a pipeline of late-stage drug candidates, and unmatched patient access programs to ensure medications are available to those who could otherwise not afford them. By joining Gilead, you will further our mission to address unmet medical needs and improve life by advancing the care of patients with life-threatening diseases
Associate Director, State Government Affairs, Mid-West Region
Must have deep expertise in government affairs and excellent business judgment and analytical skills.
Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communications skills are a must.
Must have demonstrated project-team orientation.
Ability to work cross-functionally in an organization and partner with outside groups such as advocates and associations.
Specific Job Responsibilities:
Manages, and coordinates strategies, initiatives, operations, and activities related to federal and state legislation, programs and executive branch affairs.
Responsible for overseeing all advocacy, legislative and budget activity in the state legislative and executive branches.
Emphasis on management of contract lobbyists in the states of: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Virginia.
Must be located in the geographic region.
Directs a strong network of state contract lobbyists who will further the corporation's objectives.
Implement strategies that ensure that Gilead's participation in various trade associations is maximized.
Superior time management and organizational skills with the ability to negotiate conflicting priorities.
Frequent Travel (up to 50%) within supporting region, Foster, City, CA, Washington, D.C., and other key State Capitals as needed.
Conduct cross functional collaboration with Managed Markets and brand team counterparts in the region on Medicaid issues. Scheduling an abundance of calls and meetings that will require travel.
Promotes a positive presence for Gilead Sciences among federal and state legislators and Executive Branch personnel, for the purpose of facilitating and enhancing Gilead's goals of reducing adverse government actions and promoting government policies that enhance Gilead's mission.
Develop a comprehensive understanding and assessment of state political, legislative, and budget processes and analyze environments with regard to HIV and viral hepatitis treatment and prevention, overall health reform priorities, and Gilead's expanding therapeutic areas.
Monitor the federal and state legislative/regulatory environment with the objective of providing Gilead's management with sophisticated information and options on dealing with developments so that the corporation's interests are achieved.
Work collaboratively with other members of government affairs department as well as other Gilead departments in order that each department is aware of issues affecting Gilead's business, departmental activities are consistent with government affairs initiatives, government affairs initiatives are consistent with Gilead policy objectives, and help Gilead identify opportunities to work with the government to advance its mission.
Business acumen and professionalism required to gain the respect of broad cross-section of industry, community, medical and policy stakeholders.
Demonstrated ability to work with internal and external cross-functional teams.
Strong management experience and clear competencies with the Office suite of programs and applications such as PowerPoint, Word and Excel.
Education and Experience:
BS or BA degree required.
Successful candidates generally have 10-12 years of experience in government, government affairs, public affairs or policy. Strong preference for experience in state government- legislature, Governor's office, agency or similar.
Masters degree or experience in biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry is preferred but not required.
Knowledge of Medicaid, The Ryan White CARE Act, and the Affordable Care Act is preferred
As an equal opportunity employer, Gilead Sciences Inc. is committed to a diverse workforce. In order to ensure reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Act of 1974, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, applicants who require accommodation in the job application process may contact email@example.com for assistance. For more information about equal employment opportunity protections, please view the EEO is the Law poster.
We are an equal opportunity employer. Apply online today at www.gilead.com/careers.
For jobs in the United States:
As an equal opportunity employer, Gilead Sciences Inc. is committed to a diverse workforce. Employment decisions regarding recruitment and selection will be made without discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, genetic information or characteristic, gender identity and expression, veteran status, or other non-job related characteristics or other prohibited grounds specified in applicable federal, state and local laws. In order to ensure reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Era Veterans' Readjustment Act of 1974, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, applicants who require accommodation in the job application process may contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
For more information about equal employment opportunity protections, please view the 'EEO is the Law' poster.
NOTICE: EMPLOYEE POLYGRAPH PROTECTION ACT
YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THE FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT
PAY TRANSPARENCY NONDISCRIMINATION PROVISION
Our environment respects individual differences and recognizes each employee as an integral member of our company. Our workforce reflects these values and celebrates the individuals who make up our growing team.
Gilead provides a work environment free of harassment and prohibited conduct. We promote and support individual differences and diversity of thoughts and opinion.
For jobs in France:
Conformément à la Loi " Informatique et Libertés " (06/01/78), nous vous informons du fait que les données personnelles renseignées pourront faire l'objet d'un traitement informatique par Gilead et pourront être transmises aux Organismes Sociaux. Par ailleurs, vous disposez d'un droit d'accès, de rectification et de suppression des données vous concernant. Vous pouvez exercer ce droit en contactant: FranceDataPrivacy@gilead.com
For Current Gilead Employees and Contractors:
Please log onto your Internal Career Site to apply for this job.
Executive Director - State Alliance
Under the oversight and supervision of the Board of Directors of the Florida Alliance, and in cooperation with Boys & Girls Clubs of America, the Executive Director of the Florida Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs is responsible for the hands-on, daily management of the state legislative, state funding efforts and business requirements in support of the Florida Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs and the business operations and private sector fundraising and activities of the Boys & Girls Clubs in Florida.
The Executive Director is also responsible for developing and maintaining positive relationships with key state government officials and lobbyists; works closely with the Alliance Board and local clubs to develop statewide projects and programs. Area and Organizational Information: A permanent physical office is not considered vital to this position, so telecommuting may be available for the successful candidate. The candidate will be required to reside in the state of Florida within easy driving distance of Tallahassee. The Florida Alliance is a collaboration of 42 independent member organizations located throughout Florida. Each of these Club organizations has their own Board of Directors, operating budget, and staffing, to provide programs and activities in their respective communities. While Clubs in Florida are as diverse in size and scope as the state itself, the Alliance provides a unified voice for all, as well as brand consistency and a fellowship-partnership amongst members. Together, we serve 130,000 Club members through 235 Clubs located in traditional Clubhouses, schools, public housing, and military bases.
The Alliance was formed in 1997. Florida Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs Purpose Statement: To deepen the impact and mission of Boys & Girls Clubs in communities across Florida through communication, government relations, resource development, and collaboration.
Provide hands-on management of the state legislative and state funding efforts in support of the Florida Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs.
Work closely with Board of Directors and lobbyists to identify and obtain funding from government sources which have the potential to be shared with all or a majority of member organizations.
Provide direction to and collaborate with contracted lobbyists.
Collaborate with contracted lobbyists on the Alliance's legislative plan.
Provide active guidance and technical assistance to Alliance Board of Directors, local Boys & Girls Clubs regarding state legislative and government funding efforts.
Work with Boys & Girls Clubs of America, to provide guidance and technical assistance regarding state legislative and government funding efforts.
Monitor, interpret, and disseminate information (through research and personal contact) on policies and actions of state government that impact local Boys & Girls Clubs.
Develop and implement a regular means of communication on key Alliance actions for local Clubs and Boards.
Participate and assist in program development, policy determination and management decisions of the overall Florida Alliance government relations operations.
Assist in the development and implementation of cultivation and stewardship programs for volunteers, state officials, and key staff, working collaboratively with national headquarters to set the pace for the entire organization.
Work to expand statewide government activities.
Work with Alliance Board and Lobbyist to develop and implement a "grass roots" education and awareness campaign for all Member Organizations and their key state officials.
Submit proposals to state and federal agencies to secure funds for Clubs.
Board of Directors
Provide support and appropriate input to the Board of Directors through board meetings, committee meetings and regular communication.
Coordinate meetings, support committees and maintain records of the Board. Assist in board member recruitment, training and development.
Supervise Alliance staff.
Review staff reporting on all grant funds and ensure accurate and timely submissions.
Ensure regular grant invoicing and payments to Clubs.
Develop, disseminate, collect, maintain and report all financial and program management requirements for funds received.
Develop and maintain day-to-day business processes to include financial accounting and reporting, budgeting, dues collection and reporting, bylaw requirements, insurance, contract oversight, etc
Recruit, supervise and evaluate professional staff to carry out Alliance and BGCs in FL initiatives.
Maintain physical office, inventory and oversight of tele-commuting staff.
Ensure IT support is available to staff.
When appropriate, attend Annual BGCA Conference, Southeast Leadership Conference, and BGCA Alliance Summit.
Coordinate and oversee 501(c)3 board of directors and its activities. Maintain records of the board.
Provide adequate financial and corporate oversight for the Boys & Girls Clubs in Florida.
Develop avenues through the Board and other resources to cultivate and steward private sector partnerships and engagement with the Florida Alliance and its Mission including program and funding opportunities for Florida Boys & Girls Clubs with business, political, community, local boards, foundations and media leaders. Facilitate relevant statewide networking opportunities for staff leadership.
Develop, manage and oversee private sector sponsored events and funding as appropriate.
Submit non-government grant proposals to secure funds and resources for Clubs
In conjunction with the board, develop distribution methodology and ensure accurate and timely reporting on secured funds.
Business & General Operations
Provide oversight of related contractors.
Engage in relevant professional development and networking opportunities, as directed by the Board of Directors. Organize and coordinate to the annual Florida Youth of the Year celebration.
Marketing & Communications
Serve as key spokesperson for the Alliance.
Develop and manage content of Alliance web site.
Develop newsletter or other communication tool to keep Alliance members informed.
Maintain good public relations. Develop relationships with Executive staff of member B&GC organizations.
Bachelor's degree, or greater, in compatible field of study.
minimum 5 years CEO or Executive Level experience; minimum 3 years Lobbyist or Legislative experience; minimum 2 years Grant Writing experience; minimum of 3 years' Executive Level Association Management experience.
Five years of executive leadership experience generating and managing significant state government and private funds, advocating on youth and family issues, analyzing legislation, and building relationships.
Event planning and oversight experience is a plus.
Must possess a strong understanding of the Boys & Girls Club Mission and the inner workings of a local Boys & Girls Club, especially the importance of the relationship between board and its staff.
Candidate must have demonstrated proven ability to work with a state legislature and state departments to generate funding, both government and private, for Clubs or a related youth development program.
The primary responsibility of the Alliance Executive Director will be to build and maintain a large network of relationships for the benefit of all members.
Other skills requiring demonstrated competence are: time management and prioritization, issue analysis, board and committee support, financial and grant management, handling of multiple tasks, supervision and management of staff, including human resources oversight; developing and implementing annual budgets and budget oversight; experience in strategic planning; knowledge of event planning and oversight; strong interpersonal and negotiation skills; computer literacy using word processing, databases, spreadsheets and presentation software; excellent written and verbal communication skills including public speaking; detail and task oriented; a team player with collaboration skills.
High energy, motivated, confident, and creative; ability to work for prolonged periods at high levels of activity, managing multiple tasks with varying deadlines; ability to exchange clearly and concisely, ideas and facts, both verbal and written and ability to "think outside the box".
Ability to work with multiple personality styles, negotiating skills, issue analysis, board and committee support
Travel is estimated at one week per month but is random and on an as-needed basis.
DISCLAIMER: The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, or to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.
Expected Hiring Date: January 1, 2019
First Day on the Job: February 1, 2019
Director-State Government Affairs
The Director of Government Affairs will be responsible for developing, coordinating and implementing government affairs strategies and activities that advance the company's interests primarily at the state and local level. The job may include representing the company before state and local governments and administrative agencies, franchising and procurement, community affairs, as well as strategically planning, managing and executing other activities and events that advance the company's overall objectives. The following offers more detailed descriptions of the kinds of responsibilities associated with the position.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Contributes to and support Charter's government affairs and public policy strategies and tactics
Develops, builds and expands relationships with public officials and other influential policy makers at the federal, state and local level
Works collaboratively with supervisors, peers and outside consultants to develop and grow grass roots and third-party support for the benefit of the company and its interests
Develops budgets and effectively plan and execute initiatives to grow the company's image within the communities managed
Assists in the development and management of the company's political contribution strategies, where permitted under applicable law
Represents the company before external constituencies, including elected officials and other state and local government agencies, commissions and authorities, and organize and represent the company at community events and other external functions
Drafts, analyzes and/or presents legislation, franchise/contract language, amendments, and testimony as necessary and perform legislative and regulatory advocacy
Manages outside counsel, consultants or lobbyists as necessary
Manages interactions with local governments on permitting, right-of-way and other local concerns
Reviews, interprets, and communicates terms and conditions of franchises, franchise-related agreements, and other contracts for implementation to ensure compliance with legal and regulatory obligations
Responds to and monitors resolution of escalated complaints from local, state or federal government authorities
Manages franchise renewal and franchise transfer efforts for assigned franchises consistent with the strategies and policies for the company
Prepares franchise renewal applications and supporting data for renewal negotiations, develops renewal strategy and participates in franchise renewal negotiations with municipalities
Helps identify government-related business opportunities and facilitate discussions with business and assist them in developing responses for government procurement
Skills/Abilities and Knowledge
Ability to read, write, speak and understand English
Ability to communicate orally and in writing in a clear and straightforward manner
Ability to handle multiple projects and tasks
Ability to make decisions and solve problems while working under pressure
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret legislation, regulation, contracts, franchises and legal documents
Ability to use personal computer and software applications (i.e. word processing, spreadsheet, presentations, etc.)
Ability to work independently, but also collaborate effectively with colleagues, peers and other internal and external constituencies
Ability to exercise of independent judgment and discretion in matters of significance and operate with integrity and within company values; maintain high standards for ethical practice
Knowledge of cable, telecommunications and broadband products, services and regulation preferred
Background in law or public policy required
Understanding of state and local government
Bachelor's degree in a related field or equivalent experience
Related Work Experience Number of Years
Advocacy, lobbying and negotiation experience 8-10
Political/government relations experience 8-10
Related experience in the cable industry, government, public policy or legislative arenas 8-10
CERTIFICATIONS AND/OR LICENSES
Valid driver's license
Satisfactory driving record within company standards
Normal office conditions
Frequent travel required
Able to work nights and weekends, variable schedule(s) as necessary
Vision ability close vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus
The Spectrum brands (including Spectrum Networks, Spectrum Enterprise and Spectrum Reach) are powered and innovated by Charter Communications. Charter Communications reaffirms its commitment to providing equal opportunities for employment and advancement to qualified employees and applicants. Individuals will be considered for positions for which they meet the minimum qualifications and are able to perform without regard to race, color, gender, age, religion, disability, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local laws.
Business Unit: Corporate
Home Health Policy Leader
Healthcare isn't just about health anymore. It's about caring for family, friends, finances, and personal life goals. It's about living life fully. At Humana, we want to help people everywhere, including our associates, lead their best lives. We support our associates to be happier, healthier, and more productive in their professional and personal lives. We encourage our people to build relationships that inspire, support, and challenge them. We promote lifelong well-being by giving our associates fresh perspective, new insights, and exciting opportunities to grow their careers. At Humana, we're seeking innovative people who want to make positive changes in their lives, the lives of our members, and the healthcare industry as a whole.
Be an instrumental part of Corporate Affairs at Humana by developing Humana's public policy positions and advocacy for home health and hospice business with an emphasis on Medicare and Medicaid policy.
Engage with leaders across the company to develop and execute public policy and advocacy plans and deliverables supporting Humana business strategy.
Under direction of the VP-Public Policy and with input from enterprise subject matter experts, analyzing, developing and drafting home health and hospice public policy positions to support the enterprise's positions as well as summaries of relevant issues
Performing necessary research and analyses to support enterprise positions and priorities
Serving as a liaison between business and corporate interests and government
Providing regulatory guidance, general issue management and strategic stakeholder engagement support to business leaders as it relates to home health and hospice
Assisting with coordinating government engagements and external messaging across the enterprise for home health and hospice, ensuring the company consistently speaks with "one voice."
Working closely with state corporate affairs team to build on Humana's awareness of public sector business development activities, and helping to leverage lessons learned across businesses.
Acting as an interface between Humana and national advocacy and public policy organizations; managing and coordinating the work of external lobbyists and policy consultants; developing advocacy strategy around priority legislative and regulatory items; developing political giving and relationship outreach strategies.
Background: 10 or more years as a Federal or State legislative or executive branch staffer OR equivalent experience in a home health or hospice agency, trade group, law firm, or policy organization.
Must have strong knowledge of original Medicare home health policy. Prefer working knowledge of the Medicare Advantage program. Also, strong knowledge of state health administrative/regulatory/licensure rules and guidance as well as state health policy
Prefer demonstrated, strong relationships with policy makers and thought leaders in the post-acute space.
Ability to work in cross-functional teams (matrix environment) including interfacing with business executives to align policy/advocacy positioning with strategic business goals.
Prefer an academic background in policy, public affairs, business, or a clinical profession.
Ability to influence and executive level presence
You will report to the Vice President of Public Policy
Scheduled Weekly Hours
Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) is the nation's leading women's health care provider, educator, and advocate, serving women, men, teens and families. For over 100 years, PPFA has done more than any other organization in the United States to improve women's health and safety, prevent unintended pregnancies, and advance the right and ability of individuals and families to make informed and responsible health care decisions.
Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) seeks a dynamic and effective Legislative Coordinator who will report to the Associate Director, Legislative Affairs and work collaboratively in the Government Relations and Public Policy Division. The Government Relations team develops and implements national and state strategies for improved public policy including federal lobbying, federal administrative advocacy, state public policy initiatives, and support for affiliates.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Work closely with the Legislative Associate.
Work directly with the lobbying team to manage all logistics for events hosted by PPFA including Lobby Days and multiple Hill briefings throughout the year.
Track and review the congressional record for key activity and initiate follow-up correspondence and actions for the team.
Monitor all Congressional floor activities and schedules; Proactively alert lobbyists of developments in a timely manner.
Monitor relevant Congressional hearings; provide summary and analysis on relevant topics.
Manage subscription systems, internal systems and shared drives to support lobbying team.
Organize team materials, compile lobby folders and other materials for Members of Congress.
Maintain individual profiles for members of Congress and interactions as they relate to Planned Parenthood's work and prepare backgrounder memos on members.
Send daily internal communications including relevant news, write and disseminate morning email alert (In Hill News) for staff.
Compile and disseminate Government Relations affiliate memo (Capitol Connection) on a bi-weekly basis.
Coordinate monthly coalition meetings and disseminate coalition partner news through listserv.
Manage the schedule of the Director of Legislative Affairs to ensure strategic use of time according to team priorities.
Manage travel and expense reports.
Complete additional tasks as assigned.
REQUIREMENTS / TECHNICAL EXPERTISE
1 - 2 years of progressively responsible work experience in a non-profit or government public policy setting.
Previous experience with organizing Hill briefings or other events for Members of Congress.
Strong computer skills including word processing, database, spreadsheet, subscription services and use of the internet.
PERSONAL QUALITIES / OTHER ATTRIBUTES
Excellent writing, editing, proofreading, research, organizational and administrative skills.
Strong interpersonal, communication, problem solving, customer service and negotiation skills.
Basic understanding of reproductive health care issues.
Team player with the ability and sensitivity to work with a multicultural workforce; appreciation for cultural differences.
DIVERSE CANDIDATES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY
Planned Parenthood Federation of America is an equal employment opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a non-discriminatory work environment, and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Planned Parenthood is committed to creating a dynamic work environment that values diversity and inclusion, respect and integrity, customer focus, and innovation.
Global Markets Administrative Assistant III - Washington, DC
Individual in this position will provide diverse, advanced and confidential administrative support to the Regional Executive of Public Sector Banking. Such support functions include gathering, compiling and reporting information relevant to/for the Executive and managing a number of different and often conflicting objectives, projects and activities at one time. Significant multi-tasking abilities are required. Regular contact with Corporate Executives, routine high-level client contact, and frequent exposure to sensitive information.
Providing executive administrative support including answering phones, composing emails, arrange travel, process expense reports, etc.
Managing calendar; coordinating and scheduling internal and external meetings.
Professionally interacting with clients on the phone and in email, in addition to communicating and interacting internally with all levels and across business functions internally. Redirecting calls as appropriate to ensure speedy resolution and responsiveness.
Coordinating and supporting sponsorship of conferences across the Region. Working in conjunction with Regional leadership and Marketing partners as needed.
Preparing Regional pre-clearance requests as required by the LOB for Executive and Direct Reports as well as managing, tracking and archiving such LOB approvals. Preparing and archiving procurement lobbyist reporting as required by the LOB for Executive.
Arranging Travel and processing Expenses for Executive which includes being aware of and following all LOB guidelines, obtaining all approvals for any exceptions prior to booking, and following up on documentation when processing the related Travel & Expense reports.
Assisting and advising Direct Reports on proper processing of Travel and Expense reports as well of other Compliance Reporting in accordance with Municipal Banking and Markets policy, procedures and guidelines.
Supporting Corporate Executives who frequent the DC Main Office Executive Suite.
Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
Strong attention to detail, ability to work effectively under pressure and time constraints
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to learn and adapt new skills
Professional work ethic
Capability of working independently with little supervision
Experience with Concur and Ariba Systems helpful
Degree is a plus, but not required
Posting Date: 10/12/2018
Location: Washington, DC, BANK OF AMERICA, 730 15th St NW, - United States
Full / Part-time: Full time
Hours Per Week: 40
Shift: 1st shift
Administrative Analyst II
10/24/2018 at 5pm
The City of Roseville, California is a dynamic, growing city with friendly people, outstanding community services, scenic beauty and prosperous businesses. Roseville's moderate climate, excellent schools, expanding job opportunities and nearby recreation areas attract new residents who are looking for a great place to live, work, raise a family, or retire. Roseville is located in Placer County just 16 miles northeast of Sacramento, the state capital. Scenic natural areas, an extensive park system, bike trails and playgrounds are close to home. Within one hour, you can explore Gold Rush towns, enjoy water sports in nearby lakes and rivers, hike the beautiful Sierra foothills and ski the High Sierra. Lake Tahoe, San Francisco and the California coast are just two hours away.
View all openings
Apply for Job Interested
311 Vernon Street Roseville, 95678
FINAL FILING DATE: We are accepting the first 50 qualified applications or closing at 5 pm, October 24, 2018; whichever occurs first.
IT IS MANDATORY THAT YOU COMPLETE THE SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE. YOUR APPLICATION WILL BE REJECTED IF YOU DO NOT PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY INFORMATION.
The Human Resources Department is accepting applications for the citywide classification of Administrative Analyst II. There is currently one (1) opening in the Parks, Recreation, and Libraries Department. The normal work schedule is Monday through Friday, 8 –5 pm; a flex schedule may be available.
The City of Roseville promotes a no smoking atmosphere.
To perform professional administrative support and analysis for a department, division or program; to perform research, statistical, and other analytical work; and to fulfill other administrative assignments in functional areas such as budget, contract administration, grant administration, public information, legislative monitoring, and regulatory compliance.
This is the journey level class within the Administrative Analyst series and is distinguished from the I level by the assignment of the full range of duties. Employees at this level receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new, unusual or unique situations arise and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies within the work unit. Positions in this class are flexibly staffed and are normally filled by advancement from the I level.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Receives direction from assigned management or supervisory personnel.
May exercise technical and functional supervision over lower level professional and direct supervision over technical and administrative support personnel.
EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES - Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Assist in the preparation, development, and administration of department or division operating, multi-year and/or capital improvement budgets.
Research, evaluate, and prepare statistical, financial, and demographic data used in reports, studies, surveys and analyses; analyze and make recommendations in the development and administration of assigned program area.
Research and analyze pending legislation and identify impact to department programs and activities; work with lobbyist to influence pending legislation and regulations.
Serve as liaison between outside organizations and the City; provide professional guidance with respect to City policies and procedures.
Participate in the development and implementation of departmental strategic plans.
Investigate, analyze, develop and prepare special studies or projects and corresponding documentation and technical reports; make recommendations.
Revise and develop fees; negotiate and administer contracts; ensure compliance with department procedures, City policies, and pertinent laws, regulations and ordinances.
Assist in the development and analysis of departmental policies, procedures and systems; recommend goals and objectives.
Receive and respond to information requests from the media and the public on behalf of assigned department; prepare press releases; develop and implement marketing plans including television and radio spots, brochures, and other materials.
Receive, research, and respond to questions from outside agencies, other City departments and the general public.
Prepare and present staff reports and presentations at various City Council, commission/board, and other governmental meetings; draft City Council documents; serve on various committees and task forces.
Research grant opportunities and prepare grant proposals; monitor and administer grants.
Assist with the selection and management of consultants and contractors.
Evaluate operations and activities of assigned responsibilities; recommend improvements and modifications; prepare various reports on operations and activities.
Represent function on committees, outside organizations, and at staff subcommittees as necessary; coordinate technical support activities with other departments, divisions and outside agencies.
May plan, prioritize, assign, and review the work of support staff; participate in the recommendation of the appointment of personnel; provide or coordinate staff training; and work with employees to improve performance.
Answer questions and provide information to the public, via telephone, e-mail, and written correspondence; investigate complaints and recommend corrective action as necessary to resolve complaint.
Build and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers, other City employees and the public using principles of good customer service.
Perform related duties as assigned.
Principles and practices of organization and administration.
Principles and practices of budget preparation, analysis and administration.
Statistical and graphical presentation methods.
Principles and procedures of financial record keeping and reporting.
Technical report writing procedures and grant proposal development.
Programs, processes and structure of assigned department.
Principles and practices of municipal budget development and administration.
Pertinent local, State and Federal laws, ordinances and rules.
State and Federal legislative and regulatory processes.
Principles and practices of grant administration.
Principles of project management.
Principles and practices of supervision.
Principles and practices of marketing, community outreach and public information.
Learn programs, processes and structure of assigned department.
On a continuous basis, know and understand all aspects of the job. Intermittently analyze work papers, reports and special projects; identify and interpret technical and numerical information; observe and problem solve operational and technical policy and procedures.
On a continuous basis, sit at desk for long periods of time. Intermittently twist to reach equipment surrounding desk; perform simple grasping and fine manipulation; use telephone, and write or use a keyboard to communicate through written means; and lift or carry weight of 10 pounds or less.
Learn applicable Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations.
Research, analyze and resolve technical administrative issues.
Work with and maintain the confidentiality of information.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Independently perform professional analytical work in support of assigned department and programs.
Identify, research, and respond to questions from other City departments, outside agencies and the public.
Prepare and present technical reports, requests for proposal, contracts and agreements.
Independently analyze situations and data and develop logical conclusions and sound recommendations.
Analyze financial data, fiscal and actuarial reports.
Effectively interact with the new media, as assigned.
Conduct, prepare and present special studies related to assigned operations.
Supervise, train and evaluate assigned staff
Experience and Training
- Two years of responsible experience performing duties similar to that of an Administrative Analyst I with the City of Roseville.
- Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, preferably in business administration, public administration, communications or a related field.
License or Certificate
- Possession of a valid California driver's license by date of appointment.
1.Your responses to questions 2-4, the applicant's education, training and experience, will be scored using a pre-determined formula. Your responses to these questions must be consistent with your employment application information. This experience must also be described in the "Work Experience" section of this application. Responses to the supplemental questionnaire that are inconsistent from your "Work Experience" section in the application will not be scored. I understand and agree with the above instructions.
2.Was any of the work experience listed on your application an unpaid internship, or volunteer work? If so, please list below which ones.
3.How many years of experience do you have providing administrative support and analysis for a department, division, or program performing research, statistical, or other analytical work?
Less than 2 years
4.Describe your background and skills related to the handling of administrative tasks and responsibilities. Please include your experiences reviewing and analyzing documents, writing and editing reports, recordkeeping and managing data. Please indicate your length of relative experience.
5.Describe your background and skills related to financial analysis, budget, and accounting. Please indicate your length of relative experience.
6.Describe your relative experience being the lead on a project that involved assigning work to other departments or acting as a liaison between your work group and other work groups.
7.Describe your experience conducting presentations, including to whom the presentations were given and any presentation skills and/or training you have.
All candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will have their application scored in a Formula Rate Examination. The applicant's experience and education will be evaluated using a pre-determined formula. Scores from this evaluation will determine applicant ranking and placement on the Employment List. Supplemental questions will be utilized by the department hiring authority to make interview and selection determinations. Final appointment is contingent upon a check of past employment references, passing a City-paid fingerprint check and depending on position applied for a pre-employment medical exam and a drug and alcohol screening test.
THE CITY OF ROSEVILLE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. IF YOU REQUIRE AN ACCOMMODATION DUE TO A DISABILITY, PLEASE CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT LEAST 5 WORKING DAYS BEFORE A SCHEDULED INTERVIEW/EXAMINATION PROCESS. MEDICAL DISABILITY VERIFICATION MAY BE REQUIRED PRIOR TO ACCOMMODATION.
Job Description URL:
For more information regarding the City's benefits, visit our website at here. This position is in Management.
Fiscal Analyst Generalist
Mail, fax or deliver resume to:
Oklahoma State Senate Personnel Services,
Attn: HR Services,
2300 North Lincoln Blvd., Room 309.1C,
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4808
FAX: 405-521-5554, Attn: Human Resources, Senate Personnel Services
Deadline for receipt of employment materials is close of business, Monday, October 15, 2018.
Salary range is commensurate with education and relative work experience. Full state employee's benefit package included.
Under general administrative direction: (1) analyzes existing and potential fiscal issues and assigned state agency budgets; (2) conducts research relevant to a subcommittee(s) of the Appropriations Committee and the associated agencies of state government; (3) writes appropriation legislation and other fiscal documents; (4) organizes the activities of assigned Senate Appropriations subcommittee, interim committees, special committees, task forces and joint legislative committees; (5) reviews the operations of state agencies with a view toward efficiency and meeting statutory purposes; and (6) performs other related duties as required and assigned.
Incumbents in this position perform responsible technical work in analyzing budget requests, providing recommendations on various budget proposals and conducting studies and research to determine state agency fiscal needs. Incumbents in this position may exercise supervisory control over other staff conducting a variety of tasks related to the budgetary process, and work on specific assignments and projects in addition to normal assigned duties.
Incumbents also typically assist in the formulation of legislative policy decisions, and initiate policy proposals for consideration by the legislature. Many significant detailed decisions must be made independently without specific consultation with higher authorities. The volume of reports and information prohibit constant verification or review, yet an error in judgment in one of these details could have serious negative impact such as over-extension of available funds, under-utilization of available money, inadequate funding for agency needs, failure of programs and services to be implemented due to lack of funds, loss of matching local or federal money, non-compliance of agency due to lack of funds, disproportionate division of funds or inappropriate use of the state's money.
Primary duties involve detailed analysis of state agency budget work programs, budget requests, and program performance measures and outcomes.
Drafts appropriation bills and prepares summaries for the agencies comprising subcommittee as assigned.
Conducts research and prepares written reports concerning issues relative to committee assignment.
Provide staff support for various subcommittees for the Appropriation Committee and the associated state agencies.
Other duties as assigned.
EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
1.ANALYSIS: Conducts research and policy analysis on a variety of fiscal topics and issues when requested to do so by individual Senators, committees or administrators; analyzes and organizes information, material and data from printed and electronic sources, or from consultation with appropriate individuals or groups; uses statistical or other analytic techniques as appropriate to review agency spending decisions; reviews, analyzes and prepares written summaries and background material for agency budgets or programs; confers with technical experts, consultants, agency, board and commission administrators and personnel, lobbyists, attorneys and legislative analysts to identify and determine public policy issues, the fiscal ramifications and the impact upon affected populations and entities of proposed budget decisions and issues before the Senate.
May be called upon to make formal presentations to subcommittee(s), committee, and agencies concerning budgetary or related matters.
2.RESEARCH: Determines probable significance and impact of budget and fiscal alternatives and issues; prepares studies in¬cluding statistics and charts concerning tax revenues, income generated by agencies, program performance, personnel and expenditures; develops information exchange and data resource networks through contact with research and technical groups, legislative organizations, professional and occupational associations, universities and academic groups, lobbyists and federal, state and local governmental agencies, entities and officials; organizes ideas into coherent, logical, well-supported statements of facts and evaluations of alternative policies; prepares research results into both standardized and special formats; proposes, develops and conducts long-range, in-depth interim studies and research projects at the direction of Senators and administrators.
May be called upon to make formal presentations to subcommittee(s), committee, and agencies concerning budgetary or related matters.
3.BILL WRITING: Writes legislation including appropriation bills, resolutions, committee, floor and conference committee substitutes, and committee and floor amendments on fiscal issues; confers with bill authors to determine desired purpose, intent and specific provisions to be included in programs or budgets; collaborates with staff attorneys and statute editors to determine whether prepared measures comply with the author's intent, with Oklahoma con¬stitutional provisions, existing state laws, Attorney General opinions and relevant case law and conform to technical requirements and acceptable Senate bill drafting stan¬dards; when appropriate, contacts and makes inquiry of representatives of agencies, boards and commissions, lobbyists or others affected by proposed legislation; develops and maintains detailed and extensive base of knowledge and resources necessary for formulating and presenting legislative policy options and writing legislation.
4.COMMITTEE ORGANIZATION: Assists subcommittee chairman with committee organization, legislation or budgets assigned to the subcommittee and agendas for all meetings; ensures preparation and distribution of meeting agendas and notices in compliance with Oklahoma Open Meeting Act requirements; maintains records on legislation, executive nominations and administrative rules and regulations assigned to committee; prepares status reports and summaries for chairmen and members; prepares or supervises the preparation of all materials required for committee meetings; notifies and schedules interested parties for committee meetings; advises chairman regarding Senate and Joint Rules governing the procedures and conduct of subcommittee meetings, public hearings and handling of bills, and Senate policies, state laws or other matters affecting the committee process and procedure; supervises the preparation of reports of subcommittee actions; initiates and oversees the clerical preparation of meeting materials, notices and agendas, mailings, routine meeting arrangements, and other correspondence.
5.AGENCY OVERSIGHT: Monitors and evaluates actions, programs, rules and regulations of agencies, boards and commissions of which the subcommittee(s) of assignment is vested with budget oversight; attends appropriate agency, board and commission meetings and reviews minutes, reports, written proposals and literature; prepares summaries, suggested responses and budget or other financial options for consideration by members of the Senate. Coordinates, consults with, and monitors agency directors, comptrollers, or finance officers in implementing new programs, modifying budgetary processes, or resolving budgetary problems.
6.FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY: Either independently or with the assistance of the Subcommittee Chair and/or Fiscal Director prepares, evaluates, modifies, and monitors reports on State funds, ranging from $50 million to $1 billion plus, for subcommittee(s). Assists subcommittee chairman in preparing proposal for use of new state dollars assigned to subcommittee(s). Monitors subcommittee(s) appropriations to assure funds are not over appropriated. Tracks designated program(s) and/or Fund(s) and develops models for future growth, fiscal impact or other needs of program(s) as the area relates to the subcommittee(s) and/or state government as a whole.
7.RELATED DUTIES: Prepares issue papers (research reports analyzing issues in summary form) for Senate members and administrators; prepares summaries of all budget actions taken by assigned committees routinely, and as part of the Fiscal Staff end-of-session legislative summary document; develops and prepares background information for use by Senators making public appearances; drafts correspondence in response to constituents at the request of Senators; makes written and oral presentations to legislative committees, individual Senators, professional associations, interest groups and constituents regarding budgets, fiscal issues, legislative actions and procedures as required by members of the Senate; may assist administrators in interviewing applicants for Fiscal Analyst positions; assists in training and supervising entry level fiscal analysts or college level interns; attends meetings and public functions as a representative of the Senate upon request. Performs related work as required and assigned. May supervise technical and clerical staff; develops material to aid in the training of new fiscal analysts.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of appropriate resources and sources of materials; of principles and prac¬tices of governmental budgeting; of policy analysis; of fiscal research and analysis in¬cluding program evaluation methodology; experience using Excel spreadsheets; of state's financial management systems; of the legislative process and terminology; of state and federal laws and regulations gov¬erning legislative budgeting; of the methods and procedures for estimating tax revenues and agency-generated funds; of fiscal operations and programs of assigned state agen¬cies; in conducting cost benefit analysis; and of state agencies' accounting procedures.
Skill in establishing and maintaining discreet and effective working relationships; in diplomatically and effectively interacting with legislators, government officials, interest groups, constituents and co-workers; in reading and interpreting statutes; in organizing and presenting data and information clearly and concisely; in independently making decisions; in explaining financial and budgetary problems to non-financial managers and legislators; in anticipating revenues and policy problems on a statewide basis; in projecting and analyzing revenues and expenditures; in independently working and making decisions; in simultaneously coordinating several projects; in meeting deadlines and adjusting work schedules as necessary to do so; and in complying with management directions.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required. One (1) year experience in legislative work or with governmental or private entities, or with institutions relevant to areas of assignment is preferred, but not required for initial employment.
Proficiency using Excel spreadsheets is required. A graduate degree is preferred.
NOTE: No substitution of experience will be allowed for a bachelor's degree.
Some positions may require education or experience in a specialized or specified field.
Veteran's Preference Points Apply only for initial appointment in the Classified Service.
Making better hires starts with building better job descriptions
- Browse 100s of templates across 40+ industries
- Customize your template with your company info & job requirements
- Post it to 20+ job boards in seconds – for FREE!