Responsible for representing the organization in legislative matters with federal, state and local governmental bodies and for the implementation of all phases of regulatory strategy to ensure necessary approvals for company products/services. Lobbies for favorable governmental policies and regulations. Provides policy direction and coordinates efforts of domestic and foreign operations. Develops programs to ensure the organization’s awareness of applicable legislation. Oversees organization’s lobbying activities and of lobbyists engaged by the organization. Establishes and maintains relationships with external partners , regulators and opinion formers. Monitors the industry for anticompetitive behavior and advises on necessary action in the form of formal complaints with the relevant competition authorities.
Description Based in Washington DC, the Director for Tax Policy and Government Relations will be Intel’s lead lobbyist on federal tax policy issues. The individual would act as one of Intel’s senior liaisons with the U.S. Congress, the White House, Executive branch departments, and independent governmental agencies advocating for favorable decisions to enable the company’s continued global business success. He or she would also help manage activities and strategy with our trade associations and other technology companies. Qualifications Minimum of 7 years work experience on Capitol Hill and/or the Executive branch on some, or all, of the issues listed above. Law or graduate degree preferred but not required. Other important qualifications include: In-depth knowledge of federal tax policy issuesStrong relationships with the Senate Finance and Ways and Means Committees, and the Department of Treasury Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills that allow the individual to lobby issues effectively with lawmakers, policymakers, regulators and other key officials in WashingtonDeveloping political and legislative strategies, together with Intel’s policy experts, on Intel’s public policy goals Interacting frequently with senior Intel executives to understand the operations of various business units and updating them on relevant law and policy matters Monitoring upcoming congressional hearings, briefings, mark-up sessions, or legislative meetings on a daily basis and keeping Intel officials apprised of pertinent developmentsAbility to work independently and craft solutions under significant time pressure Maintaining open and active lines of communication with other allied groups and coalitions, including technology companies, trade associations, think tanks, interest groups, and various political organizations Contributing ideas, talking points, text, and thematic insights to Intel Corporate Communications officials to support their messaging efforts on behalf of the company.
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Job Posted: January 23, 2017