- Develop and implement solicitation and PAC member development strategies, including speaking at internal town hall meetings and developing PAC Captain and PAC Champion programs to drive enrollment and revenue growth.
- Direct and manage all day-to-day AbbVie PAC management and operations including budgeting, check requests, disbursements, member event planning, communications and compliance reporting. Assists the AbbVie PAC Chairman in all aspects of governance and operations.
- Develop and maintain relationships with external vendors and organizations to provide AbbVie with necessary technology, tools, services and infrastructure necessary to support political operations and recruitment.
- Leverage employee and facility presence in key states and legislative districts to enhance the company’ reputation with elected officials through facility visits and collateral materials. Develop and implement employee engagement in the political process through Get-Out-The Vote (GOTV) activities.
- Coordinate collection of lobby disclosure information for quarterly submissions. Develop quarterly financial filing under the direction of External Affairs Finance and the Director, Operations and GA
- Communications, including drafting descriptions of lobbying activities for review by legal.
- Develop and oversee compliance matters related to the AbbVie PAC including filings with the U.S. Federal Elections Commission and relevant state agencies. Coordinate legal reviews of AbbVie PAC materials with counsel to ensure compliance with all relevant rules and regulations.
- Manage all grassroots outreach including planning, messaging, approvals, compliance, tracking and other elements.
- Coordinate departmental education and outreach opportunities with employees including tele-town halls, issue briefings, etc.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
- 5-7 years’ experience in government relations, Capitol Hill, public policy with a minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in political fundraising and/or political action committee management.
- Requires a demonstrated understanding of FEC and state laws governing corporate political activities. Required demonstrated understanding and practical experience in compliance related procedures associated with the Federal lobbying disclosure laws.
- Candidate must possess strong analytical, critical thinking and interpersonal skills, the ability to speak and write persuasively and with clarity, strong organizational skills, flexibility and adaptability to changing requirements, resourcefulness and creativity, strong attention to detail, a proven track record of being able to work under deadlines and an ability to work collaboratively in a fluid organizational environment.
- Must be an individual who works well in a team environment and enjoys working in a collegial, yet highly demanding culture. Must be able to work collaboratively with business leaders and other internal stakeholders.
- Bachelor’s degree in related field such as health care administration, political science, public administration or policy required. Advance degree preferred.
- Candidates must also have comprehensive knowledge of all Microsoft Office applications, LDA software, and FEC reporting software.
- Domestic travel (15 percent) required.
- Internally with a range of management up to senior executives including ELT. Externally with Members of Congress, staff and third-parties.
Significant Work Activities and Conditions Continuous sitting for prolonged periods (more than 2 consecutive hours in an 8 hour day)
: USA-District of Columbia-D.C Washington
: Yes, 5 % of the Time
Job Posted: March 25, 2017