Government Relations, Aviation Lobbyist

Riverdale, MD
Jan 12, 2021
Jan 14, 2021
Accountant, IT
Full Time
Date Posted: 2020-11-20-08:00 Country: United States of America Location: UT5: Washington, DC 1101 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC, 20004 USA Government Relations, Aviation Lobbyist This position is part of Raytheon Technologies corporate Global Government Relations, Federal GGR team in Arlington, VA. This position is responsible for adding value to the company and customers by advancing RTX goals, views and expectations with respect to federal budget submissions, congressional appropriations and authorization bills, and all business-related legislation consistent with established company priorities, values, and metrics. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: * Represent RTX in general before Members of Congress and their staffs on Capitol Hill, and in their home states and districts. * Strengthen relationships with key Members, Staff, and Committees on Capitol Hill, especially those responsible for commercial aerospace issues before the House and Senate Commerce, T&I, THUD, and DHS committees. * Advance the legislative priorities, programs and brand of RTX Commercial Aerospace businesses on Capitol Hill consistent with established goals and metrics. * Communicate effectively and continually with business leadership regarding ongoing Hill efforts, upcoming events, status of priorities-including appropriations and legislative language requests-and other information which affects the company's goals. * Engage directly and frequently with the business Product Line Leaders and Program Managers to determine where Congress could be leveraged to advance their programs. Take action to drive legislative initiatives into the portfolio. * Maximize the use and effectiveness of RTX suppliers, industry groups, think tanks, and trade associations, as well as outside consultants, advisers, and experts, to advance RTX goals, priorities, and strategies. * Conduct and prepare analyses of legislative initiatives and policy proposals, and how these interact with executive branch policies, initiatives and procedures. * Attend congressional hearings, conferences, meetings, and special events as necessary to advance RTX goals and provide valued service to customers. * Monitor congressional activities in the areas of aviation, spectrum and transportation policy and funding and take action to ensure company interests are protected. * Plan and support visits by company leaders to Capitol Hill and by Members/staff to RTX facilities for educational and/or constituent support purposes. Requirements: * Bachelor's degree plus 7-10 years professional experience * Preferred experience working on commercial aerospace/aviation issues in the US Congress and/or the Executive Branch. * Working knowledge of legislative branch processes, US Government budget and appropriations cycles, and the cultures and key players in each institution, to successfully advance business priorities. * Excellent interpersonal and communications skills (including presentation and influence). * Demonstrated success working in a team environment. * Demonstrated ability to make effective presentations and communicate persuasively in a way that can confidently and positively shape the views and expectations of Members of Congress, Professional Staff Members, Senior Executive Branch officials, and corporate executives. * Experience managing multiple constituents internal and external - and customers in a way that keeps them fully informed of past progress, ongoing activities, and next steps. * Self-starter with a bias for action who is able to manage time and multi-task effectively in a pro-active and innovative way. Desired Attributes: * Master's Degree or Law Degree * 6 years of experience working with or for government customers, decision makers and senior officials in the legislative and executive branches of federal government, with a specific focus on commercial aerospace policy, or other relevant professional or educational experience. * Previous leadership, management, and business development experience. * Previous employment on Capitol Hill with the House or Senate Appropriations committees or Authorization committees responsible for aviation policy. Raytheon Technologies is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class. Privacy Policy and Terms: Click on this link to read the Policy and Terms Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

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