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California Water Service Torrance, CA
Jan 12, 2023
Full time
Interim Regional Community Affairs Specialist   California Water Service    Job Description:   The Interim Regional Community Affairs Specialist serves as a liaison between California Water Service (Cal Water) and community stakeholders in order to build and maintain effective, professional relationships with these constituencies. This position will have responsibility for the districts in the greater Los Angeles area, including those in East Los Angeles, Thousand Oaks, and the South Bay. This is a temporary position during California's declared drought emergency. This position reports to the Manager of Community Affairs and does not have any direct supervisorial responsibilities. This position can be located in either Torrance, CA or East Los Angeles, CA.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:   Supports and assists local management in the building and maintaining of effective, professional relationships with local elected officials, their staffs, community leaders, community organizations, the district offices of state and federal elected officials, and local news media, collectively referred to as “stakeholders." Where appropriate, develops and maintains their own relationships with such “stakeholders"   Supports and assists local management in the building and maintaining of effective, professional relationships with key influencers in communities not currently served by Cal Water. Where appropriate, develops and maintains their own relationships with these key influencers   Ensures that stakeholders are provided with timely communications about emerging issues that may be of interest to them; advocating the company's interests on these matters in order to garner local support and understanding   Identifies and coordinates opportunities for Cal Water districts to be members of local community organizations   Identifies and coordinates opportunities for Cal Water to make presentations to and/or meet with stakeholders; assists local management teams in preparing and delivering these presentations; and when necessary makes presentations to and meets with stakeholders themselves   Identifies and coordinates opportunities for Cal Water to partner with stakeholders on projects that will provide value to the company, its customers, or its employees   Identifies and coordinates opportunities for Cal Water to make charitable contributions to deserving organizations; communicates those contributions to the Corporate Communications team so that they can be appropriately communicated   Monitors the agendas of local government bodies in order to identify items of relevance to Cal Water; produces written analyses of relevant items; identifies instances in which Cal Water needs to advocate its interests before local government bodies to protect and promote Cal Water's strategic goals and objectives; may testify at hearings as necessary, or coordinate the testimony of other Cal Water employees on matters of importance to the Company   Monitors local elections and appropriately communicates changes to the makeup of local governing bodies; evaluates the impact of local elections on Cal Water's strategic goals and objectives   Plans, organizes, and conducts tours of Cal Water's facilities for stakeholders   Plans, organizes, and coordinates special events   Plans and organizes regular forums for stakeholders during which Cal Water will discuss emerging water-related issues   Identifies capital projects the company is undertaking that may be of interest to stakeholders; communicates details about those projects to the Corporate Communications team so that they can be appropriately communicated   Learns about and understands technical engineering and construction projects, and synthesizes information about those projects into easy-to-understand outreach materials and talking points   Learns about and understands technical water utility rate information, and synthesizes that information into easy-to-understand outreach materials and talking points   Prepares proposals for new initiatives designed to advance Cal Water's strategic goals and objectives   Identifies earned media opportunities; shares those opportunities with the Corporate Communications team   Serves as a backup media spokesperson and attends annual media training provided by Cal Water   Assists Cal Water's Conservation Coordinators in identifying opportunities to interface with customers and promote the company's water conservation programs   Identifies opportunities for Cal Water to interact with stakeholders on social media channels; shares those opportunities with the Corporate Communications team   Assists in the execution of Cal Water's social media strategy, including providing responses to comments on the company's social media platforms   Drafts letters, emails, and other correspondence to stakeholders, and assists local management teams to do the same   In coordination with the Corporate Communications team, drafts news releases, fact sheets, newsletters, and other communications materials   Participates in and supports the company's Continuous Improvement program and projects.   Attends meetings and training as directed by Cal Water   Serves as the Liaison, and possibly the Public Information Officer, in Cal Water's Joint Incident Command System during emergency events   Assists in the management of Cal Water's professional services contracts with public affairs and public relations firms   Performs other duties as assigned   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:   Bachelor's degree in Public Administration, Public Policy, Public Affairs, Political Science, Communications, Public Relations, or related field; an advanced degree is preferred   Five or more years of experience developing and executing strategies to engage community stakeholders, as well as building effective, professional relationships those stakeholders   Five or more years of experience monitoring and analyzing municipal and county agendas, legislative proposals, and codes   Willing and able to travel within California extensively (50% to 75% of the time), including overnight stays (25% to 50% of the time)   Valid California Driver License   Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:   Experience independently managing projects and completing them on time and on budget   Experience coordinating special events is desirable   Experience utilizing various social media platforms, such as Facebook, as part of a larger communications strategy is desirable   Experience interacting with print, radio, and television media outlets is desirable   Experience working in or with local, county, state, or federal government, especially on similar issues, is desirable   Excellent professional-level verbal and written communication skills with the ability to represent Cal Water in a professional manner at all times   Experience managing professional services contracts with public affairs or public relations firms is desirable   Ability to plan, organize, prioritize, negotiate, and network   Superior organization skills and the ability to handle multiple projects, meet deadlines, and work independently   Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook. Experience with Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Dynamics CRM is desirable   Salary Range: $72,100 - $130,400   Deadline to submit resume is Tuesday, January 24, 2023.   The Equal Opportunity Policy of the Company is based upon the philosophy that all people should be treated fairly and with dignity. California Water Service, Hawaii Water Service, New Mexico Water Service and Washington Water Service do not discriminate against any applicant or employee because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or any other protected class. The Company makes all employment decisions in a non-discriminatory manner. EOE, VET, DISABILITIES.   To apply, please visit: https://apptrkr.com/3792697   Copyright ©2022 Jobelephant.com Inc. All rights reserved.   https://www.jobelephant.com/
URAC Washington, DC
Dec 13, 2022
Full time
Major Purpose Of This Job : This position will direct the creation and execution of URAC’s state government relations program. Working with legislators, regulators, government leaders, and their staffs, this position works proactively to define and advance URAC’s policies, positions, and strategies at the state government level. This role will promote URAC’s policy interests and support our mission to advance the quality of health care through leadership, accreditation, measurement, and innovation. Job Duties and Responsibilities : Accountable for the overall supervision, planning, organization, and execution of URAC’s state government relations program by advocating for laws, regulations, and policies favorable to the organization’s business functions.  Work directly with state legislatures and state executive branch agencies. This includes working with key healthcare policymakers, including members of legislative committees with jurisdiction over healthcare, the Departments of Insurance, other state agencies, and executive departments tasked with overseeing state health care programs.  Collaborate closely with URAC’s Vice President, Government Relations, and Federal Relations staff to advance URAC’s government relations strategies and achieve shared goals.  Educate other URAC departments on state-level policy developments, receive input on state policies impacting URAC’s operations, and inform Executive Team on state policy matters.  Serve as Government Relations department representative within URAC regarding inquiries from state governments and other programmatic needs at the state-level  Lead URAC’s outreach with groups such as the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), the National Council of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL), and the National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL).  Develop a presence with state trade associations, coalitions, and stakeholder groups, leveraging URAC’s participation in those organizations to support the organization’s goals.  Assess each state's outside counsel and lobbying needs and manage these resources appropriately.  Oversee compliance with all state lobbying laws, governmental regulations, and organizational policies which impact areas of responsibility.  Perform other duties as assigned. Experience, Knowledge, And Skill Requirements :  ·        5-10 years of experience working in state government advocacy. This may include working with state agencies, state trade associations, state focused coalitions and advocacy groups, state legislative staff, state-focused consulting firms, and/or comparable government service. Track record of leadership responsibilities and achievements, as well as project management and/or advocacy campaign experience Command of current health policy issues with intellectual curiosity and personal interest in continuous learning. Excellent research, writing, and public speaking skills. Proven capacity to operate in ambiguous situations. Deep knowledge of the state legislative and state regulatory processes. Experience working with and managing outside consultants. Proven ability to develop collaborative arrangements and strategic partnerships. Comfortable working independently and interdependently to accomplish goals and outcomes. Self-motivated work ethic demonstrating sound judgment, initiative, and an ability to manage multiple priorities. Capacity to handle confidential matters with a high level of integrity. ·        Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and video conferencing platforms required. ·        Ability to travel 10-20% for URAC business as needed. ·        Comfort working with teammates that work on both hybrid and fully remote schedules. Education And Training Requirements :   Bachelor's Degree required; Graduate Degree in Public Policy, Law, Public Health, Public Administration, or similar preferred. VACCINATION REQUIRED:  COVID AND ANNUAL IMMUNIZATIONS
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