#206 GR-менеджер в ЛГБТ-организацию

Место работы: Нью-Йорк сити, США.

— Possess a minimum of three years direct experience working in a government setting or in the governmental relationship management function of a nonprofit or for profit organization.
— Prior experience discussing both legislative policy and programmatic priorities.
— Working knowledge of government funding, government contracting and general nonprofit accounting and financial principles.
— Previous government relations experience within New York City and New York State required.
— Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to interact with a wide range of personalities including government officials, public figures, staff, volunteers and members of the public.
— Excellent written and oral communication skills; comfort with public speaking.
— Ability to work on multiple projects at one time and to set and stick to priorities.
— Computer proficiency with Word and Excel, including merges, and formulas.
— Excellent knowledge of relational database management systems (Raiser’s Edge/Kintera Sphere knowledge is a plus).
— Desktop publishing and design skills (Photoshop, InDesign) are a strong plus though not required.
— Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
— A strong commitment to the mission of The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center.

— Serve as a liaison with city and state elected officials and their staff, including the City Council and Speaker’s office, Mayor’s office, New York State Senate and Assembly, the Governor’s office and appropriate state agencies, as well as federal elected officials, where appropriate.
— Develop, propose and execute strategies for government partnerships, including coordination of The Center’s participation in events, collaborations and partnerships.
— Work with the Deputy Director of Development and Chief Development Officer to secure new government funding and maintain existing funding at the City, State and Federal levels.
— Work within the organization and across departmental lines as well as with outside partners, board members and volunteers to coordinate communication with elected officials.
— Act as The Center’s point person for elected officials and their staff.
— Track all government relations and lobbying activity, including time allotment and related expenses, and submit monthly reports, as directed.
— Maintain requisite files and records.

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