Friday, 25 January 2013

[Job Listing in USA and Around The World] Manager, Federal & International Programs The American Institute of Architects

Job Listing in USA and Around The World has posted a new item, 'Manager, Federal
& International Programs The American Institute of Architects'

Manager, Federal & International Programs The American Institute of Architects
(AIA) - Washington D.C. Metro Area To Apply:
Job Description This is a two year term position on the Government and Community
Relations team in which the incumbent is responsible for advancing the
Institutes goals by implementing comprehensive initiatives focusing on
international market development and federal regulatory advocacy . The Manager,
Federal Agency Relations and International Programs will report to the Director
Federal Relations and Counsel while working closely with the Managing Director,
Government Relations & Outreach. Job Duties: Manage the AIAs international trade
mission program with the U.S Department of Commerce including member
mobilization efforts, grant management, program development, and content
development. Work with AIA components and federal agencies, including Commerce,
the Export-Import Bank, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, the Small
Business Administration and other applicable agencies, to develop educational
programs that educate AIA members about business and practice issues and
opportunities. Tracks federal regulations derived from a variety of sources
(print and electronic media, publications, telephone contact and attendance at
meetings, hearings, conferences, and other events) for international work.
Analyzes, researches, and presents pros/cons of impact of federal regulations
related to international trade on the architectural profession. Writes
reports/documents on issues of importance to the AIA surrounding international
trade issues for India, Sri Lanka and other including issue briefs, talking
points, strategy memos, articles, etc. Oversee content development, editorial
process and publication of the stories from AIA members on International trade
and international opportunities. Develop tool kits, presentations and other
resources to support AIA s international efforts. Manage other related duties as
assigned. Frequent Contacts: Executive Branch officials and staff Officers of
related organizations and trade associations AIA Government and Community
Relations Team AIA National staff AIA Leaders and Members AIA Meeting Planners
AIA website team members Desired Skills & Experience Demonstrated ability to
communicate effectively orally and in writing. Skill and experience in writing
and editing of print and electronic materials, including website content. Skill
in collaborative problem solving, conflict resolution, negotiation and active
listening. Skill in analyzing complex subjects in a timely manner, researching
and providing logical presentations. Ability to successfully coordinate multiple
priorities and responsibilities in a deadline driven environment. Strong
proficiency in Microsoft Office, including intermediate/advanced competency in
PowerPoint, Publisher, Word, Excel, and Outlook.. Knowledge of HTML preferred.
Skilled in using Internet browser/internet research-based methods and Web
content software applications, particularly related to and experience with
graphic design layout, pod and video casting, social media, etc. Bachelors
Degree in Public Affairs, Political Science or related degree required with 3-5
years of political, public affairs, or government relations preferred; law
degree with 1-3 years of experience in executive, legislative, corporate, and or
private sector a plus. Association related experience preferred. Supervisory
Requirements: None Company Description The American Institute of Architects
(AIA) is the leading professional membership organization for licensed
architects, emerging professionals, and allied partners. Its headquarters is in
Washington, DC, with approximately 200 employees and 300 local chapters. The AIA
serves its members through advocacy, information, and community. Each year the
AIA * Sponsors hundreds of continuing education experiences to help architects
maintain their licensure * Sets the industry standard in contract documents with
more than 100 forms and contracts * Provides countless Web-based resources for
emerging architecture professionals * Conducts market research on the economic
factors that affect the business of architecture * Hosts the annual AIA National
Convention and Design Exposition * Serves as an advocate of the architecture
profession * Champions architects future by enhancing public belief in the value
of design * Promotes design excellence through an awards program

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