Are you energized by developing legislative strategy? Is influencing policy and opinions one of your gifts? Do you love the fast-paced world of governmental affairs?
Our regional trade association is looking for a Vice President, Legislative Affairs to strategize and lead credit union advocacy efforts in Washington State. We are looking for someone with proven competency in strategic thinking, plan development, and execution.
Key responsibilities include, but not limited to:
The perfect candidate has superb communication skills, the ability to grasp complex subjects and a background in legislative affairs, lobbying or politics. Experience with financial institutions is a plus. The ideal candidate will be intrepid, have a four-year degree in political science, or other related field or the equivalent work experiences and have a passion for the legislative arena. Five years minimum experience evidencing a background in lobbying, fundraising, legislative affairs, or grassroots coordination. You must have proven competency in strategic thinking, plan development, and execution. Three years minimum experience effectively working with the state legislature.
Salary ranges from $75,000 – 95,000 depending on experience. Generous benefits package including employer paid medical/dental, 401k match, paid vacation and much more.
We are an equal opportunity employer. Apply by emailing your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the job #3422 in the subject line, or by faxing the same to 206.340.4802 by December 1.
The Northwest Credit Union Association is the trade association representing 184 credit unions in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington, with associate members in Alaska and Hawaii. The Association is the unifying voice for credit unions with state and federal legislators; helps credit unions shoulder a weighty compliance burden; provides abundant, professional development opportunities; and partners with our members to communicate the Credit Union Difference in local and national media. This support helps Northwest credit unions of all sizes thrive for their 6.5 million members.