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Director, Federal Government Relations
Directs the organization’s policies and objectives involving legislative and regulatory matters and represents the organization in front of federal policy makers.
Key Responsibilities and Duties
Analyzing proposed legislative and regulatory actions and determining the potential impact on the organization.
Monitoring legislative and regulatory activities and building coalitions and engaging grass roots support as necessary.
Prepare written materials for senior executive and board meetings as well serve as an SME on written comment letters to policy makers.
Overseeing development and execution of legislative and regulatory strategies to advocate for enterprise-wide public policy goals.
Developing relationships with governmental entities, professional associations, academic institutions and personnel to advance interests and health of the corporation and its industry.
• Foster close relationships with internal business partners and working with them to ensure advocacy efforts are in line with enterprise wide goals and objectives.
- 5 Years Required; 7 Years Preferred
- University (Degree), Preferred
- Physical Requirements: Sedentary Work
- University (Degree)
5 years of experience on Capitol Hill and or lobbying in the financial services space required.
Broad knowledge and expertise in policy issues related to banking and financial services.
Potential Salary: $153,615.00 USD
Actual base salary may vary based upon, but not limited to, relevant experience, time in role, base salary of internal peers, prior performance, business sector, and geographic location. In addition to base salary, the competitive compensation package may include, depending on the role, participation in an incentive program linked to performance (for example, annual discretionary incentive programs, non-annual sales incentive plans, or other non-annual incentive plans).
TIAA is the leading provider of financial services in the academic, research, medical, cultural and government fields. We offer a wide range of financial solutions, including investing, banking, advice and education, and retirement services.
TIAA requires all U.S. employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide documentation of full vaccination, unless you qualify for an accommodation as determined by TIAA consistent with applicable law.
Benefits and Total Rewards
The organization is committed to making financial well-being possible for its clients, and is equally committed to the well-being of our associates. That’s why we offer a comprehensive Total Rewards package designed to make a positive difference in the lives of our associates and their loved ones. Our benefits include a superior retirement program and highly competitive health, wellness and work life offerings that can help you achieve and maintain your best possible physical, emotional and financial well-being. To learn more about your benefits, please review our Benefits Summary.
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Job posted: 2022-01-12