Excellent opportunity for an entry level government affairs professional. The legislative coordinator performs a full range of administrative duties for the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s legislative department. Duties include: reviewing and tracking legislation, preparing reports (campaign finance and lobbying), maintaining department records, monitoring House and Senate floor and committee activity, and occasionally assisting with direct lobbying. Attendance at occasional evening and early morning political fundraisers required. Bachelor’s degree required along with excellent academic credentials. Superior writing and speaking skills, and a proven interest in politics and/or the legislative process are a must. Your cover letter should explain your interest in politics and the legislative process. Interested individuals should submit their cover letter and resume to: The Pennsylvania Bar Association, HR Department, P.O. Box 186, Harrisburg, PA 17108-0186. EOEPosted May 21, 2019
Government Relations Professional
PHCA is seeking a government relations professional to serve as its lobbyist and to lead the strategic and tactical activities related to advancing PHCA’s legislative and regulatory agenda. The person in this position shall coordinate PHCA’s political and PAC activities. Please view the full posting at www.phca.org.Posted April 19, 2019
Government Affairs Director
Location: HARRISBURG, PA, US, 17101
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The Government Affairs Director will assist with the development and implementation of the vision, strategy and management of all state and local governmental relations and activities. Support and advance the interests of the company at the state and local levels.
Minimum of 5 years’ experience in federal or state legislative relations.
Preference is candidates in PA.
Bachelors or Equivalent in Political Science or Government
This job may require successful completion of an online assessment. A brief description of the assessments can be viewed on our website at http://find.centurylink.jobs/testguides/Posted April 11, 2019
PLS has an entry level opening for a full time, high energy legislative reporter. Duties are diverse but will primarily include writing reports on legislative committee meetings and hearings, press conferences, and select agency meetings; summarizing legislation; and maintaining legislative information on our main product, the Capitol Toolbox. The ideal candidate will be an eager, detail-oriented team player who is able to multitask and work independently and is familiar with the legislative process. Prior experience in Pennsylvania state government, ability to read state legislation, and typing speeds above 80 wpm are a plus. Work hours vary, but days can be long with some evenings and all legislative session days required. We offer a competitive company paid benefits package. Please send cover letter, resume, writing samples, references, and salary requirements by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks -- incomplete applications will not be considered.Posted April 3, 2019
Government Relations Researcher/Analyst position
The Pennsylvania Medical Society, a statewide professional association which provides representation and advocacy for physicians, is seeking a Government Relations Researcher/Analyst for its Policies & Programs division.
The Researcher/Analyst conducts research, analysis, reporting and coordination of legislative and other government relations matters. The position requires an individual who has strong research and writing abilities, MS Office proficiency, organizational skills, and can adapt quickly to changing priorities. An understanding of the legislative and governmental processes is preferred, as well as experience with physician advocacy. The successful candidate will have the ability to assimilate information, develop a synopsis and recommend appropriate action. A valid driver's license is required, as the position may travel to after hours or weekend meetings.
Responsibilities include maintaining a bill tracking site, bill analysis, drafting/finalizing correspondence from the Government Relations department, tracking legislators' voting records, and drafting white papers. Researching, organizing, and analyzing information using a variety of mediums is also imperative.
This is a full-time, exempt, Monday - Friday position. A comprehensive salary and benefits package (Medical, Dental, Vision, Group & Voluntary Life, and 401k with match & profit-sharing) is offered.
If interested in viewing the full job description and applying for the Government Relations Researcher/Analyst position, go to our website www.pamedsoc.org/jobs. Complete an application online and include your cover letter with salary requirement and resume.
Director of Public Policy and Political Affairs
The Pennsylvania Association of Realtors® is hiring a director of public policy & political affairs to succeed our current director who is retiring.
We are seeking candidates with a track record legislative advocacy, experience with PAC fundraising, issue campaigns and grassroots engagement. Knowledge of the Pennsylvania General Assembly and the real estate industry is a plus.
For a copy of the full position description, please visit https://parealtor.box.com/s/2ilg5gkyeck6mjysfsu3wmgons2czdtd. Please send a cover letter with salary requirements and resume to email@example.com with “Director of Public Policy & Political Affairs” in the subject.