Manager, Government Affairs and Policy 

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Manager, Government Affairs and Policy – (2200008X) Description  I. PURPOSE OF THE JOB The Manager, Government Affairs and Policy, under the direction of the Director of Government Affairs and Policy, assists the government relations and policy functions of the Commission and serves as a liaison across all levels of government. II. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES • In collaboration with the Director of Government Affairs and Policy, Executive Director, Chief Communications Officer, Commissioners, and other senior staff, support and manage strategy for strengthening relationships with local, state, regional, federal officials, and government agencies to increase their understanding of and support of the Commission; • Work in partnership with Commissioners and the senior management team to manage processes surrounding policy review, execution, and assessment; • Communicate and advocate the Commission’s priorities and mission to officials and staff; • Collaborate with Community Outreach staff to plan and execute outreach events at all levels of government • Monitor legislation and policy activities; update and advise the Executive Director, Chief Communications Officer, Commissioners, and senior staff about relevant proposals and actions, and analyze potential impacts on the work of the Commission; • Monitor the Commonwealth’s budget development process and advocate for the Commission’s priorities; • Assist in coordinating government relations strategy with other relevant stakeholders, including the Executive Director, Chief Communications Officer, and Commissioners; • Develop a wide range of materials in support of the Commission’s work, including, but not limited to, legislative summaries, talking points, facts sheets, testimony, and letters; • Provide technical assistance to the Executive Director and Commissioners on government relations issues; • Assist with the development and implementation of special projects, including, but not limited to, legislative reports as required by law; • Prepare documents and materials for Public Meetings, Listening Sessions, and other Commission events; and • Write memos, reports, and analyses…

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