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Metro Wastewater Reclamation District Denver, CO, USA
Dec 05, 2019
Full time
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:Responsible for representing Metro Wastewater Reclamation District in establishing and maintaining positive relationships with local, state and federal policy makers and their staff. Also responsible for monitoring and reviewing federal and state legislative actions and resolutions, assessing the potential impact to the Metro District, communicating impact to leadership, and creating, implementing and executing strategies to advocate for or mitigate the impact of legislative actions. Works under the general direction of the Strategy and Communication Officer. TYPICAL DUTIES: Build relationships with federal, state and local government agencies, staff and elected officials. Actively participates in public policy discussions on local and regional projects, plans and initiatives to identify potential impact to the organization's business operations and strategic initiatives. Identify, develop, and implement plans, strategies, programs, and activities to mitigate impacts of legislative or other proposals or to advocate for policies or legislation to achieve the Metro District's goals and objectives. Coordinate the work necessary for carrying out the strategies, programs, and activities, ensuring consistent and coordinated messaging and content, to successfully reinforce and build awareness and support. Work closely with subject matter experts to identify issues that require advocacy.  Coordinate messaging and advocacy strategy and approach with subject matter experts.  Provide and present regular updates on legislative, and policy issues to Metro District leadership and, if appropriate, the Board of Directors. Analyze and interpret governmental and political issues, concerns and opportunities. Prepare appropriate communication documents (e.g. fact sheets, memos, letters) establishing the Metro District standard messaging for internal and external stakeholders. Coordinate lobbying efforts in the Colorado General Assembly. Provide communication expertise and collaborate with internal Subject Matter Experts on key strategic and high profile issues, projects, initiatives and programs to integrate political perspectives. Including development and implementation of communication and engagement plans. Prepares, organizes, and presents or coordinates testimony and/or issue position documents on specific legislation and legislative issues. Participates and represents the organization on boards, committees, and organizations as strategically identified, advocating on water policies and procedures that align with the District's goals and objectives. Minimum Qualifications  Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Communications, Political Science, Environmental Policy, Public Administration, or a related field. Five years' experience interacting with local, regional, or state governments on legislative and/or policy issues. Registration and reporting as a Colorado lobbyist. Ability to perform and maintain working relationships with public works, planning, municipal, state-wide, regulatory, and political agencies within the metropolitan Denver area. Ability to produce high quality, accurate and prompt results in a fast-paced working environment. Ability to coordinate and collaborate in development of advocacy materials that may be highly technical in nature. Ability to work well across all departments to understand and policy and technical issues that relate to the goals and objectives of the organization. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. High-level of organizational and time management skills. High-level proficiency with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint applications. Desired Qualifications Familiarity with Colorado and federal laws pertaining to local government agencies, especially wastewater treatment agencies, and familiarity with Colorado and federal water quality regulations. Experience with project management, change management and Lean Six Sigma approaches.
The Good Food Institute Washington D.C., DC, USA
Nov 25, 2019
Full time
Senior Legislative Specialist Create Food Policy that will Transform the World The Good Food Institute (GFI) is at the forefront of the movement to use food technology and markets to solve some of the world’s biggest problems, from climate change and global hunger to antibiotic resistance and the exploitation of billions of animals annually.  How You Will Make a Difference In this role, you will have the opportunity to secure essential research funding and level the playing field for plant-based and cultivated meat in Washington by working closely with GFI staff and other nonprofit organizations on GFI’s legislative priorities. The  Senior Legislative Specialist  will be responsible for: Meeting regularly with congressional staff on funding priorities and USDA and FDA policy and collaborating with other GFI staff to showcase their expertise via Hill visits and congressional briefings. Drafting legislation and writing letters, comments, policy briefs, and fact sheets to support GFI’s policy priorities. Cultivating relationships with other nonprofit organizations, including those focused on environmental, global hunger, public health, free speech, and food safety issues, to build alliances and support for public research funding and commonsense policies that maximize consumer choice. Promptly and accurately recording all time and money spent lobbying. Performing other duties as assigned. Who We’re Looking For The  Senior Legislative Specialist  must have: A minimum of three years’ lobbying experience.  The ability to communicate effectively with both Republican and Democratic members of Congress and their staff. Demonstrated ability to communicate complex information clearly in writing and in oral presentations to a range of audiences. A strong work ethic and self-motivation, including the desire to spend a significant amount of time on Capitol Hill. A solutions-oriented mindset.  A high degree of organization and efficiency.  The ability to work well independently and under pressure, manage multiple projects simultaneously, and meet deadlines. The ability to work creatively and effectively as a member of a team.  Strong support for GFI’s philosophy and mission. The ideal candidate would also have: A J.D. or master’s degree in policy or political science. An understanding of the federal budget and appropriations process. Experience building coalitions and developing consensus among partners with different but complementary objectives. Experience on a campaign, as a legislative staffer, or in the federal government.  Demonstrated interest in public health, environmentalism, animal protection, or hunger relief. The ability to contribute to the diversity of ideas and backgrounds on the Policy team. We want the best people and we don’t want biases holding us back. We strongly encourage people of every color, orientation, age, gender, origin, and ability to apply. Because we value a diverse workplace, we prioritize an inclusive climate absent of discrimination and harassment during the application process and after you join the team. The Fine Prin t Terms of employment:  Full-time, exempt Reports to:   Jessica Almy, Director of Policy Location:  Farragut Square, Washington, D.C. Benefits:   Flexible work hours, full medical coverage, optional dental and vision packages, a 401(k) retirement plan with employer match, flexible holiday and vacation plans, opportunity for advancement, respectful managers, and supportive colleagues. This is a U.S.-based position:  We are only able to consider applicants who are United States citizens or who already possess a United States Worker Visa.  Salary:   $63,000-$70,000 Application Deadline: December 8, 2019 Please apply online at https://grnh.se/73e0d08a2
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