VP, Regulatory Affairs
Washington, DC, USA | Leading Information Technologies Company
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Regulatory work is a critical part of our business; we are working hard to manage our regulatory obligations, develop relationships with regulators, and advise the business on our legal requirements.The VP Regulatory AffInstitutes will report directly to SVP of Corporate AffInstitutes.
What You Will Do
Expand the number of federal agencies that CLEAR regularly interacts with and develop strategies for CLEAR to assist agencies in solving problems.
Expand opportunities for CLEAR to grow its federal Public-Private-Partnerships
Maintain a comprehensive understanding of key trends in aviation security, cybersecurity, biometrics and other relevant topics across regulatory agencies that impact CLEAR’s current and future business, ensuring that relevant stakeholders throughout the company are informed with analyses of the significance, relevance, and business impact of these developments in a timely manner.
Advise business, product and engineering teams on policy implications during the product development and launch process.
Partner closely with business, product, engineering and corporate teams within CLEAR to align government affInstitutes and public policy strategies with business needs.
Cultivate, maintain and engage trusted relationships directly with appointed officials and their staff members, regulatory agencies, industry groups and professional associations to effectively advocate for CLEAR’spolicy positions.
Serve as a thought leader and respected representative of CLEAR, promoting the company’s strategic vision, competitive position and policy perspectives externally to further our business objectives.
Who You Are
Sharp individual with 7-10 years of experience in regulatory, policy or other related-roles.
JD and/or MBA strongly preferred.
Ability to work independently and manage others both internally and externally.
Well-developed project management skills (i.e., identify an issue, develop a plan, obtain cross-functional consensus, and implement a process)
Excellent written and verbal advocacy skills