Primary Job Duties/Essential Functions and Responsibilities
- Monitor, track, conduct research and analyze state regulatory, legislative and competition issues related to broadband, Internet, telecommunications and video.
- Assist State Government Affairs team Vice Presidents by:
- analyzing and researching state legislation relevant to NCTA member company business concerns, and in some cases the interplay with federal issues;
- representing the cable industry as necessary at selected broadband and telecommunications industry forums, conferences and events;
- preparing and writing papers, talking points and presentations on state broadband, Internet, telecommunications and video policy and related issues;
- providing strategic advice to State Associations on pending broadband, Internet, telecommunications and video regulatory matters;
- working with other telecommunications and technology trade associations, coalitions and interest groups on issues of mutual concern;
- Assist professional staff in other departments by providing research, writing talking points and reports, handling member company requests and inquiries and other assistance on an as needed basis.
- Manage relationship with state legislative tracking service.
Qualifications & Experience
- Minimum of bachelor’s degree in relevant field.
- Previous regulatory, advocacy, research or analytical experience involving broadband, Internet, telecommunications or video companies, policy organizations or think tanks.
- Working knowledge of broadband, Internet, telecommunications and video industries, including current regulatory and legislative issues.
- Flexibility and willingness to tackle special projects when assigned.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Strong research and presentation skills.
- Ability to work independently with limited supervision.
- Some travel required.
Only applicants who submit a cover letter and resume will be considered.