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University of Illinois Chicago Chicago, IL
Jun 08, 2024
Full time
Assistant Director, Health Affairs Government Relations University of Illinois Chicago Hiring Department: Office of the Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs Location: Chicago, IL USA Requisition ID: 1024959 Posting Close Date: June 24, 2024 About the University of Illinois Chicago UIC is among the nation’s preeminent urban public research universities, a Carnegie RU/VH research institution, and the largest university in Chicago. UIC serves over 34,000 students, comprising one of the most diverse student bodies in the nation and is designated as a Minority Serving Institution (MSI), an Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institution (AANAPSI) and a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI). Through its 16 colleges, UIC produces nationally and internationally recognized multidisciplinary academic programs in concert with civic, corporate and community partners worldwide, including a full complement of health sciences colleges. By emphasizing cutting-edge and transformational research along with a commitment to the success of all students, UIC embodies the dynamic, vibrant and engaged urban university. Recent Best Colleges rankings published by U.S. News & World Report, found UIC climbed up in its rankings among top public schools in the nation and among all national universities. UIC has over 300,000 alumni, and is one of the largest employers in the city of Chicago. Description: Position Summary This position will assist the Director, Healthcare Government Relations in developing strategies to achieve UI Health's government relations goals and assist in identifying and strengthening relationships with key stakeholders. This position will work with individuals across UI Health, UIC and the University of Illinois System to optimize support and resources for UI Health and its patients. Duties & Responsibilities Assist the Director in the coordination and implementation of legislative strategies for UI Health at the local, state and federal level. Support the Director in advocacy efforts by coordinating activities to identify and deepen relationships with key stakeholders, including elected officials and government agencies. Monitor legislation affecting UI Health at the local, state and federal level. Conduct research and draft reports to aid Director in the development of policy positions with leaders from UI Health, the UIC Office of Public and Government Affairs, and the University of Illinois’ Office of Governmental Relations (OGR). Provide data and information that are important to the development of strategic recommendations for how to advocate, enhance and seek support for UI Health priorities. Based on research and resulting policy positions, assist Director by drafting briefings, comments, and policy documents to be shared with members and staff of the Illinois General Assembly, the Illinois Congressional Delegation, and other key state and federal administrative officials regarding the impact of proposed legislative changes on UI Health and UI internal initiatives; Coordinate implementation of strategic initiatives related to government and healthcare including supporting relationships with appropriate internal and external interests, including medical center staff, academic units, government agencies, and advocacy groups. Provide assistance to multi-office working groups at UI Health, including coordinating committees and ensuring tracking and timely completion of all necessary duties; provide assistance with government relations issues to UI Health faculty and staff. Attend relevant meetings with external stakeholders as a representative of UI Health. Support Director’s efforts to align advocacy efforts and policy positions with broader University of Illinois and UIC messages, strategies and policies. Coordinate events and other activities to support UI Health government relations goals, such as town halls, press conferences and legislator visits. Travel to Springfield, IL and Washington D.C. and other locations as needed. Work non-standard hours, including weekends and evenings Perform other related duties and participate in special projects as assigned. Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree required. Five years progressive experience in government relations preferably for a large complex organization or within an government entity. Proven ability to monitor, research and analyze impact of legislation, including working with stakeholders to assess impact. Proven relationship building skills and ability to work collaboratively across many constituency groups. Ability to work successfully in teams and independently. Strong communication and administrative skills. Preferred Qualifications Experience working in an academic health center, health care association, hospital or other health-related field preferred. Experience working with healthcare committees, agencies, associations, etc. at the state and federal level preferred. Working knowledge of current health policy issues including Medicare and Medicaid preferred. To Apply: For fullest consideration, apply at: uic.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/9718?c=uic by June 24, 2024. The University of Illinois System is an equal opportunity employer, including but not limited to disability and/or veteran status, and complies with all applicable state and federal employment mandates. Please visit Required Employment Notices and Posters to view our non-discrimination statement and find additional information about required background checks, sexual harassment/misconduct disclosures, and employment eligibility review through E-Verify . The university provides accommodations to applicants and employees. Request an Accommodation
Institute for AI Policy and Strategy (IAPS) Washington DC
Jun 04, 2024
Full time
About the Job The Institute for AI Policy and Strategy (IAPS) is seeking a Director for Government Affairs to provide strategic guidance on IAPS’s policy research and to represent the organization in Washington, DC. IAPS is a remote-first think tank aiming to secure benefits and manage risks from advanced AI, with work in three areas: policy and standards, compute governance, and international governance. The Director of Government Affairs will work closely with the Chief Advisory Executive and Director of IAPS while retaining significant autonomy to set our policy direction, shape their own role, and set the overall strategy of IAPS. We are open to flexibility in the name of the title to best suit our chosen candidate. About IAPS The   Institute for AI Policy and Strategy   (IAPS) is a remote-first think tank dedicated to securing the benefits and managing the risks of advanced AI systems.  We: Conduct policy research, looking over the horizon to identify policy proposals that are actionable today but relevant tomorrow, and Cultivate policy talent, forging a community of researchers and practitioners who are thoughtful about uncertainty but able to get things done. Across all our work, intellectual independence is a core value; we are nonpartisan and do not accept funding from for-profit organizations.  We welcome you to review our database of published work   here .  Key Responsibilities As a Director of Government Affairs, your main responsibilities will include: Building relationships for and representing IAPS in DC (50%) Serve as one of IAPS’s senior representatives in policy meetings Build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders in the US federal executive and legislative branches that are relevant to our work Identify, scope, and formalize collaboration opportunities with think tanks and other civil society organizations to advance IAPS’s mission Work with other IAPS leads to fundraise from a diverse range of prospects, including both foundations and high net worth individuals Developing strategies to achieve policy wins (40%) Formulate and implement strategic plans for IAPS's outreach and brand-building, both internationally and in DC Develop strategic roadmaps for individual IAPS projects (i.e., turning them into policy wins) Supporting research, communications, events, and other organization functions (10%) Assist with building relationships with key stakeholders outside of US, such as in the UK and EU Provide thought leadership through established media channels such as magazine articles and interviews Interface with key media contacts Evaluate and provide feedback on the feasibility and relevance of IAPS policy recommendations Coordinate organization of policy briefings, roundtables, happy hours, and other in-person events Location and Travel Requirements The Director of Government Affairs is responsible for representing IAPS in Washington, DC, and must be based there for most of the year. Given that we are a globally-distributed organization: The candidate should be comfortable with hybrid and virtual modes of operation Some meetings may fall outside standard working hours, though we do try to keep this to a minimum You may be asked to join staff delegations to locations such as San Francisco and London a few times a year, for networking, conferences, staff retreats, and other work purposes. In most cases, this travel beyond DC is encouraged but not mandatory. What We Are Looking For Must-haves: Strong network in DC policy circles, and able to comfortably reach out to contacts on a range of issues for advice and assistance Deep familiarity with the DC policy ecosystem, with a strong understanding of how to get things done in DC  Aptitude for strategy work, with good instincts around institutional reputation-building and political dynamics in DC Ability to engage meaningfully with our research and help us communicate complex ideas to a range of audiences Nice-to-haves: Knowledge of AI or technology policy Knowledge of the intersection of technology policy and national/homeland security (e.g., cybersecurity, disinformation, CBRN risk mitigation and counterproliferation, critical infrastructure protection) Experience with managing communications (especially digital communications and crisis communications) and media Fundraising experience (if you have fundraising experience, please mention volume of funds in your resume) People management experience (if you have people management experience, please mention the size of the team in your resume) What We Offer Compensation Annual salary between the following ranges for a full-time position: $145,000 - $225,000 USD pre-tax. The exact salary will be based on the candidate’s relevant experience and calculated using our fixed salary algorithm. To ensure fairness, we will not negotiate salaries. Other Benefits Comprehensive global benefits package Generous paid time off and unpaid leave, including: Unlimited vacation with minimum 30 days off per year (incl. public local holidays, vacation time, and “mandated” 3-weeks total mid- and end-year organization-wide breaks) Unlimited (within reason) personal and sick leave Parental leave: up to 6-9 months of a combination of paid and unpaid parental leave that can be taken prior and/or during the first 2 years after a child’s birth or adoption Technology stipend of the equivalent of $2000 USD every 3 years that can be used to cover costs of purchasing work and office equipment Learning opportunities, including workshops / training sessions, three Free Weeks per year to pursue new projects, and 10% of work time dedicated to professional and personal development Paid work trips, including one team retreat and relevant conferences We are open to flexibility in the name of the title to best suit our chosen candidate. Additional Information Application deadline:   While this position closes on 2024 June 21, IAPS will review applications on a rolling basis. We recommend that you submit your application early if interested. Language:   Please submit all of your application materials in English and note that we require professional level English proficiency. Accessibility:   We’re committed to running an inclusive and accessible application process. We warmly invite you to reach out to   info@iaps.ai   with any questions or accessibility requests. Inclusivity and fairness:    IAPS is committed to building an inclusive, equitable, and supportive community for you to thrive and do your best work. We encourage everyone to apply regardless of your age, gender identity/expression, political identity, personal preferences, physical abilities, veteran status, neurodiversity, or any other background.  Hiring Software:   We use   Pinpoint   for all of our hiring processes and all the communication is done through Pinpoint. We encourage you to add Pinpoint domain (@pinpoint.email) to your trusted contacts and/or check your spam folder, if you don’t hear from us within the expected timeframe. 
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