US Vacancies Bulletin
Issue. 64 December 17 2009
This Week's Jobs
Wildlife Conservation Society
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VP, Government Affairs
"MasterCard Worldwide seeks to hire a Vice President of Government Affairs. This person would lobby to protect and promote MasterCard Worldwide, primarily in the federal legislative arena. Key responsibilities include developing and implementing creative legislative strategies to advance the company's public policy agenda and driving the creation of corporate positions on pending legislation and regulation."
Assistant Director, Government Affairs
San Francisco, CA
Salary details on request
"Government Affairs' Coverage & Reimbursement Policy (CRP) team is seeking a qualified Group Manager (GM) or Associate Director (AD) candidates to help develop and execute successful public payer strategies including coverage, coding and payment policies at the national and regional level. Specifically, you will lead team members in assessing and communicating-to internal and external stakeholders-key policy issues."
Policy and Legislation Analyst
Salary details on request
"This role will independently assess current insurance policy issues and recommend issues for consideration by NAIC committees. This position will also work collaboratively with the Government Relations Manager, and as a senior member of the Government Affairs team, to identify, articulate, recommend and prioritize NAIC involvement in insurance government relations policy initiatives."
4) Wildlife Conservation Society
Manager of Communications
"This staff person would be responsible for all communications functions required in the Washington, DC office of the Wildlife Conservation Society, including earned media; reports; fact sheets; writing statements, presentations, and letters; and serving as the communications coordinator out of Washington, DC with NY-based Online and Communications team."
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