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Manhattan Institute for Policy Research New York, NY, United States
Aug 18, 2017
Full time
Manhattan Institute for Policy Research (MI) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, right-of-center public policy think tank based in midtown Manhattan (with a small satellite office in Washington, D.C.). For more than 40 years, MI's scholars have been committed to developing and disseminating policy ideas that foster greater economic choice and individual responsibility in America. Their work is rooted in conservative and classical liberal fundamentals. To finance their scholarship, MI relies on gifts from generous supporters. MI's Development Officers raise monetary support to underwrite our scholars' work. To fill a new position on our growing Development team, we seek a candidate who will become responsible for raising support for MI. The successful candidate will be deeply interested and experienced in public policy at the federal, state, and/or local levels. Past fundraising experience is not required. Qualified candidates are those who have proven experience in researching, analyzing, and writing about complex public-policy ideas, and who enjoy doing so with strategic goals in mind — and who also have high "social IQ," in that they are good at building new and existing interpersonal relationships, understanding people and coalitions, and communicating with high-level business and thought leaders. This position requires a speaker, thinker, and writer who is capable of articulating the value of MI scholars' projects and goals to audiences of sophisticated, policy-savvy supporters. We seek an individual who thrives in entrepreneurial, creative, and fast-paced environments, and who wants to help propel the success of MI's scholars over time by raising support from, and constantly growing, a network of donors (primarily but not exclusively in New York City and D.C.). The Development Officer, Policy Initiatives team member will be assigned to specific MI policy vertical(s), and will be solely responsible to work with donors and potential donors to further our scholars' work in each area. The successful candidate may come from a variety of backgrounds—including Capitol Hill, public policy, private industry, or academia. Above all, the candidate must demonstrate exceptional drive, unique ability to be self-directed and motivated by ambitious goals. All applicants must hold past experience in translating nuanced ideas to high-level parties in a persuasive manner. Excellent public speaking, pitching/presentation, and writing skills are required. Occasional travel to Washington, D.C. and elsewhere is expected. This position is based at MI's main office in midtown Manhattan, and interested candidates who presently do not reside in the New York region must be planning or willing to relocate immediately. Applicants lacking prior work experience that speaks to the aforementioned requirements will not be considered. A graduate degree (MA, MBA, JD, PhD) is strongly preferred. Salary is commensurate with experience. Applicants must articulate how their past experience has prepared them to do the job described above. This will be communicated through a cover letter that connects your work experience and personal outlook to MI's mission. The letter must clearly lay out your interest in the position and how you would add value to MI's Development team. A stock cover letter will not be considered. E-mail your letter—including a salary requirement—with your resume, and three references (names and contact info) in a single PDF to support@manhattan-institute.org, addressed to Matt Toyer, Director of Development.
National Lieutenant Governors Assn. Florence, KY, United States
Aug 18, 2017
Full time
Non-partisan professional to fundraise, to provide member outreach & service to elected officials and the private sector, to conduct meeting assistance including running speaker presentations, & to perform communications in small association.  Bach degree + exp. req.  See full posting at www.nlga.us .  Deadline:  9-15-17.
National Athletic Trainers' Association Carrollton, tX
Aug 18, 2017
Full time
We are seeking a manager of state government affairs with at least five years of relevant experience with state legislatures, policy, and advocacy.  This position will report to the director of government affairs.  The state government affairs manager will also be responsible for creating/managing a budget and supervising staff. Candidates with less than three years of experience in budget creation and supervising full-time staff need not apply. This position will work closely with state associations, and NATA’s federal affairs, reimbursement, public relations, and marketing staff to advance the profession of athletic training.  It will also be responsible for managing the legislative grant program as well as providing advice and analysis to members regarding job setting, duties, and scope of practice.  Ideal candidates should have at least a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field including but not limited to political science or public policy.  Must be proficient with Microsoft office applications and have strong oral and written communication skills.  Experience with state regulatory agencies a plus.  Approximately 10% travel.  Relocation is not offered for this position. Basic Responsibilities   Governmental Affairs Monitor state legislative and regulatory bodies for laws, rules and regulations that impact the profession of athletic training or competitors to the profession. Organize and manage state grassroots campaigns to assist association leaders, members, volunteers and staff in lobbying for/against laws, rules and regulations that impact the profession of athletic training at the state and local levels. Obtain and maintain state athletic training regulations and other closely-related allied health care professions' practice acts. Provide materials to members as requested. Research and respond to member requests for information concerning relevant enacted and pending state legislation, judicial, and administrative activities that affect the practice of athletic training. Provide information and materials on the legislative process, effective use of the legislative process, and for specific legislative undertakings (such as drafting letters for members to send to legislators and regulators; drafting model and state specific legislation; assisting with the identification of key governmental personnel; interacting with other organizations concerned with athletic training legislation). Analyze and comment on athletic training regulatory legislation drafted and submitted for review by members. Review testimony presented at regulatory hearings and develop arguments supporting athletic training regulation and rebutting opposition arguments. Develop relationships with government personnel. Respond to requests from regulatory boards. Identify legislative activities related to the health care arena, closely-related health professions, and issues pertinent to associations. Serve as a clearinghouse for state legislative activities. Represent NATA at conferences such as BOC, NCSL, NGA, ALEC as well as other meetings as determined by management. Provide comprehensive report to management and list of key contacts for use by government affairs department and state/district associations. Maintain addresses of state athletic training regulatory boards, synopsis of athletic training regulations, and list of regulated states. Alert Governmental Affairs Council members, executive director, and associate executive director of important legislative or regulatory developments. Develop governmental affairs educational workshops, panels and resources for states.      14. Prepare governmental affairs articles for publication in the NATA News, as needed.      15. Staff liaison to Governmental Affairs Council, including agenda preparation, coordination with          Chair, and preparation of minutes.      16. Staff liaison to the Professional Responsibility Committee, including agenda preparation,    coordination with the Chair, and preparation of minutes.   Legislative Grant Program Provide staff leadership to Government Affairs Council in ongoing review of criteria for legislative grant program. Communicate and coordinate with state applicants for grants. Process check requests, check documentation, record-keeping, and notification of payments to states. The National Athletic Trainers’ Association is the professional membership association for certified athletic trainers and others who support the athletic training profession. Please visit www.nata.org for more information. We provide a full complement of benefits including generous leave policies and benefit money provided by NATA to be utilized toward a benefit package that makes sense for each individual employee. We also offer a 401(k) and pension plan, wellness and fitness benefits, tuition reimbursement, professional development, and flextime. If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume with cover letter and salary requirements to HR@nata.org . EOE  
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