Friday, October 8, 2010

US Public Affairs Vacancies -- October 8, 2010

 

NYPH 

New York Presbyterian Hospital
Director of Technology Policy Development
New York, NY
Competitive salary
"The Director of Technology Policy Development provides executive leadership for technology-related policy initiatives. Reporting to the Vice President of Government Relations and Strategic Initiatives, you will represent the hospital in high-level efforts with key Albany and Washington stakeholders, with the goal of shaping and enhancing state and federal policy."

Find out more here.
AAP 
American Academy of Pediatrics
Legislative Assistant
Washington, DC
Competitive salary
"UCS is a nationally prominent science-based nonprofit combining rigorous scientific analysis with innovative thinking and effective citizen advocacy to achieve practical solutions. The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) is seeking a highly qualified individual to lead the organization's efforts to reorient U.S. agriculture toward sustainability through the adoption of progressive policies in the next farm bill."
 
Find out more here.
 
IDFA 

IDFA
Director of Legislative Affairs
Washington, DC
Competitive salary
"Seeking a confident, hard-working professional to join a major food trade association's legislative team. This individual will represent the association before Congress, the Administration and state governments and will be responsible for analyzing legislative proposals and developing legislative strategies. This individual must exhibit excellent relationship-building skills and will be responsible for writing policy papers and statements."

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CAP 
College of American Pathologists
Assistant Director, Public Health and Scientific Affairs
Washington, DC
Competitive salary

"Reporting to the VP, Federal Government Affairs, you will work to enhance company outcomes from legislation and advocate for federal rulemakings related to domestic exploration and production. Requires 4+ years' experience in the federal legislative/regulatory environment, a Bachelor's degree, and experience working with federal laws and regulations governing domestic exploration and production."

Find out more here.
NCSL

National Conference of State Legislatures 

Policy Specialist
Washington, DC
$3,623+/monthly with excellent benefits

"Sharp, motivated individual to provide research and policy support on a variety of federal human services legislative issues. Bachelors degree plus five years relevant work experience, including one year of policy research or public policy experience required. Two years of state legislative or state government experience preferred, as is experience or knowledge relating to the issues listed in job description."

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