Upstream Representative for Government Affairs

23 Sep, 2020


Upstream Representative for Government Affairs

Washington, DC

This position reports to the Manager of the Federal & International Government Affairs team in Washington D.C.

Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:

  • Lead federal advocacy and serve as point of contact for internal stakeholders on North American Upstream regulations, legislative, and related issues as relevant to CHEVRON.

  • Work with business segment, internal experts, and/or issue management team to: identify issues, frame business impacts, develop issue management plans and policy positions, develop and execute advocacy plans, and provide proactive updates.

  • Support development and implementation of executive visits related to advocacy plans.

  • Lead and participate in political events, CEPAC events, fundraisers, and special projects as requested. Build and maintain constructive and bipartisan relationships with Congressional members and staff, Executive branch members and staff, and other policymakers to position CHEVRON as a balanced and credible voice.

  • Serve on industry association and other committees with policymakers, think tanks, and/or associations.

  • Other issues, projects, and events may be assigned.

Required Qualifications:

  • Education – Bachelor’s Degree

  • 10+ years of directly related experience

  • Established, bipartisan stakeholder network in U.S. Congress, Executive branch and agencies, think tanks, and associations.

  • Demonstrated written, verbal, analytical, interpersonal, and collaboration skills.

  • Proven ability to manage complex portfolio, deadlines, schedule(s), and executive visits

  • Advanced expertise in issue management, advocacy, campaigns, and, association management.

  • Ability to travel domestically (20%).

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Education – Master’s Degree

  • Knowledge & Experience with the Energy Industry

Relocation Options:

Relocation may be considered.

International Considerations:

Expatriate assignments will not be considered.

Chevron regrets that it is unable to sponsor employment Visas or consider individuals on time-limited Visa status for this position.

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Job posted: 2020-09-23