NCTA has an exceptional work environment with great benefits.
Reports to the Senior Vice President of Government Relations (GR). Responsible for coordinating projects across the GR Department, which includes federal government relations, state government relations, and third parties, as well as scheduling, budget, and other administrative functions. Also assists GR staff from time-to-time with legislative-related projects necessary for effective operation of the NCTA Government Relations Department.
Primary Job Duties/Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
•Works with the SVP to set priorities, organize and manage projects, and prepare for meetings. •Manages all scheduling, including travel for the SVP, and assists other department staff with scheduling and travel as needed. •Works effectively with counterparts within NCTA, at NCTA member companies, on the Hill, and with other outside organizations to coordinate meetings, phone calls and other events. •Maintains calendars for the Government Relations Department, including relevant congressional, government agency, state, and third-party events. •Provides overall management of administrative related services for the department, including developing the budget, processing invoices, and tracking department expenses to the budget. •Creates expense reports for the SVP and reviews expense reports for department staff. •Manages the department communication systems, telephone, email, files and subscriptions. •Creates and edits both electronic and paper correspondence. •Updates and maintains Congressional lists and NCTA member contact lists. •Organizes and maintains files according to NCTA’s Document Retention Policy.
Qualifications & Experience:
•Interest in being a critical player on a tightly-knit team in a fast-paced, collegial, and professional environment focused on the intersection of politics, good policy, and the consumer’s broadband and television experience. •Prior experience on the Hill, or with a corporate/association government relations team, political consulting firm, or law firm. •Prior scheduling experience. •College degree preferred, but experience may be substituted. •Excellent computer skills with emphasis on Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Keynote. Experience with SalesForce a plus. •Excellent verbal and written communication skills. •Excellent organizational and prioritizing skills, ability to keep the trains moving, punctuality, and attention to details and presentation. •High degree of initiative, judgment and discretion with sensitivity to NCTA’s public policy issues and processes. •Ability to work with minimum supervision. •Flexibility needed to respond to time sensitive projects, changing priorities, and the occasional need for extended work hours.
Only applicants who submit a cover letter and resume will be considered.
Please send a cover letter and your resume to: https://www.ncta.com/careers or email us HumanResources@ncta.com, Attn: Human Resources Department
About NCTA - The Internet & Television Association
NCTA - The Internet & Television Association, formerly the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, the National Cable Television Association and, prior to that, the National Community Television Association, was chartered in 1952 in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, where it had a membership consisting of 19 operators. Offices were opened in Washington, D.C., in 1953. In 1967, the name was offi...cially changed to National Cable Television Association, and in 1981 the Association moved to 1724 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. In 2006, NCTA moved to its current offices at 25 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. NCTA’s Board of Directors changed the name of the association to The National Cable & Telecommunications Association in 2001 and as of December 2016, the Board approved a name and brand change to NCTA – The Internet& Television Association.
NCTA – The Internet & Television Association is the principal trade association of the cable television industry in the United States. Its members include owners and operators of cable television systems serving more than 85% of the nation’s cable television customers, as well as more than 200 cable program networks. The cable industry is also a leading provider of residential broadband service to U.S. households. Cable companies also provide state-of-the-art competitive voice service to more than 30 million customers.