Financial Policy And Legislative Counsel

job - full time, paid

Naic
Washington, DC
Closed
Posted 52 Days ago
Naic
Washington, DC
job - full time, paid
Posted 52 Days ago
Closed

Description

For Employers Less than 1 hour Financial Policy and Legislative Counsel NAIC Washington, DC, District of Columbia 20001 * Job Type Employee * Job Status Full Time The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) currently has an opening for a Financial Policy and Legislative Advisor or Counsel in its Executive Office just steps from the Capitol and Union Station. Reporting to the Assistant Director for financial policy and legislation, This position will help develop and advance the NAIC's policy positions on Capitol Hill and with a myriad of federal agencies responsible for financial policy. This position will shape federal financial regulatory policy at the cross-roads of Congress and federal agencies. Working with dedicated and collegial policy professionals, the selected individual will advance the state-based insurance regulatory framework by supporting the 56 state and territorial chief insurance regulators and state insurance departments. The selected individual will work collaboratively with members of the NAIC financial policy and legislation team, NAIC regulatory experts as well as senior NAIC leadership. An aptitude for member service, pro-activity and responsiveness is critical to success in this position. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: * Identifying and analyzing congressional legislation and federal regulations that could impact the regulation of insurance. * Actively monitoring developments related to such legislation or regulation and proactively developing recommended responses to such activity including drafting comment letters, testimony, legislative language, and other policy documents. * Assisting in organizing NAIC outreach to congressional and federal officials and facilitate NAIC member involvement in federal initiatives. * Advising senior NAIC leadership regarding involvement in public policy discussions, debates and projects and recommending actions to be taken by NAIC to address issues that arise at the federal level. * Position may require limited travel. SKILLS AND ABILITIES: * Must have a demonstrated ability to work with public officials, key organizations and people in the relevant policy arenas. * Understands federal legislative and regulatory processes and have general knowledge of insurance regulation and the insurance sector. * Demonstrates independence, initiative, and political sensitivity to operate effectively on behalf of the NAIC and state insurance officials. * Possesses excellent oral and written communications skills and be able to convey complex issues in clear, concise language. * Ability to be proactive, flexible, and to work in a team environment with employees at various levels. * Must have strong organizational skills and member service skills. * Proficiency with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Bachelor's degree (B.A.) and at least 5 years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. A Masters or Law degree is preferred. Why Work at the NAIC/NIPR? Flexible Work Environment 37.5 Hour Work Week Tuition Reimbursement Referral Bonuses Choice of Insurance Plans Vacation Buy Back Infants in the Work Place Adoption Assistance Parental Leave Employee Recognition Programs Days Off for Community Service Student Loan Repayment Program Fitness Center The NAIC is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer Applicants for all positions are considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin or ancestry, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, military or veteran status, disability, or any other basis protected by applicable law. For consideration, please apply online at: http://careers.naic.org Posted: 2019-06-26 Expires: 2019-07-26 NAIC *

Skills

public policy, legislation, political science, financial regulation, legislative affairs, leadership, microsoft excel, microsoft word, microsoft powerpoint, law, legislative issues, testimony, congress, adoption, insurance regulatory

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