Federal Public Policy Lobbyist

28 Aug, 2022

Jobs

Federal Public Policy Lobbyist

Bank of America
Washington, D.C.

Job Description

  • Educate and advocate to senior policy makers and relevant external groups Bank of America’s business model and positioning on financial services policy issues.
  • Build and maintain relationships with key influencers from Congressional, Executive and Regulatory offices, trade associations, think tanks and other relevant organizations.
  • Identify, analyze and communicate federal financial services policy issues and implications to BofA executive leadership, senior management and enterprise stakeholders.

 

Primary Responsibilities/Activities

  • Build and maintain relationships with Congressional and Executive Branch policymakers, focusing on Members of the House Financial Services Committee and Senate Banking Committee, the Treasury Department, and financial regulators.
  • Advocate on federal legislative and regulatory issues important to BofA, focusing on financial services policy issues impacting Global Banking, Global Markets, Global Wealth and Investment Management, and Consumer Banking.
  • Execute program of engaging BofA senior leaders in meeting with federal policymakers in Washington.
  • Monitor the legislative and regulatory environment relative to financial services policy and communicate developments to BofA stakeholders.
  • Serve as resource for internal and external stakeholders on the federal legislative and regulatory environment and the status of key policy issues.
  • Develop and build consensus BofA policy positions on financial services policy issues, working with internal stakeholders.
  • Coordinate with, and communicate BofA positions to, key trade associations and industry coalitions.

 

Critical Competencies

  • Candidate must demonstrate teamwork and ability to build relationships with key internal stakeholders.
  • Strong and proactive executive presence, with ability to interact and communicate effectively with senior executives, external stakeholders, and government officials.
  • Candidate must be able to think strategically on ways to help address complex problems and advance challenging business objectives.
  • Candidate must be self-motivated, with the ability to manage deliverables with limited supervision.

 

Skills and Experience Requirements/Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Minimum five (5) years of experience working with Congressional and Executive Branch policymakers on legislative and regulatory issues.
  • Established relationships with Members of Congress, staff, and Administration officials preferred.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

 

 

Shift:

1st shift (United States of America)

 

Hours Per Week: 

40

Job posted: 2022-08-28