Director of Government Relations
Pennsylvania Association of Community Bankers (PACB)
The Director of Government Relations serves as a policy advocate at state and federal government levels for Pennsylvania Association of Community Bankers (PACB), the premier organization advocating exclusively for community banks, their employees, and customers in Pennsylvania, to ensure these institutions remain independent, profitable, relevant, and strong.
The director of government relations manages day-to-day communications with federal and state officials and staff regarding policy and regulation affecting PACB members. The director monitors current legislative and regulatory action, determines its effect on organization members, communicates PACB’s support or opposition accordingly. The position is responsible for implementing the association’s legislative and regulatory strategy to promote member interests and support priorities of the association.
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Posted August 7, 2020
Association Services Manager – Pennsylvania Food Merchants Association
The ASM will work in conjunction with the President and CEO to monitor state and local legislative and regulatory efforts, activate grassroots advocacy networks, author regular articles and email updates on legislative and regulatory subjects, record legislative conference calls, and respond to member inquiries concerning store operation and food code requirements. In addition, the ASM will coordinate PFMA’s educational efforts, including conducting regular webinars, working with member volunteers to plan professional and format-specific committee meetings and communications, and collaborating with a small team to plan a spring conference and fall legislative conference.
Candidates should hold a Bachelor’s degree in political science, communications, or have equivalent experience. Candidates should have one to two years experience in member service, association operations, or meeting planning and have an employment history displaying initiative and accountability.
Those interested should send a cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted May 22, 2020