Senior Issue Manager – Tech Policy
Intuit Washington, MN
Drive Intuit’s Tech Policy Strategies, working closely with Corporate Affairs team to create priority issues for the year, ensuring strong coordination among the team and highlighting project management role to ensure team is working towards strategy. Advance thought leadership position directly or with third parties on tech policy issues – including but not limited to industry regulatory policy, industry standards. Work closely with product teams within business units and functional groups to support the development of business offerings/services/policies, including but not limited to the teams reporting to the CPO, CTO, and CISO. Drive the resolution of issues and challenges as they arise or can be anticipated developing, as they pertain to products and services, market and customer needs, or regulatory issues. Participate in trade association meetings and manage industry group activity on priority issues; build networks of relevant contacts in third-party organizations to execute issue management priorities. Analyze legislative and regulatory initiatives, and help develop appropriate strategic and tactical responses. Provide regular coordination, timely information sharing and communication with Corporate Affairs management, and with Business Unit, Functional Group and corporate leadership as appropriate. Represent Intuit with relevant government policymakers as needed. Qualifications Minimum of 8-10 years of experience in regulatory/legislative/political/policy experience, specifically pertaining to tech policy issues and the technology industry. Corporate experience is a plus. Significant experience in project management and coordination of multiple stakeholders to drive for goal achievement. Knowledge and familiarity with key participants and stakeholders in the technology industry sector ecosystem, and related government policy and regulatory environment. Significant experience in building and executing a government strategy, including writing testimony, building strong relationships with policymakers and 3 rd parties, and actively participating and shaping trade association priorities. Strong relationships with the technology regulatory and policymaking community at Federal and State levels, including but not limited to familiarity with policy areas relating to data, privacy, security, software, intellectual property and other core technology issue subject matter. Career experience in the technology industry sector in government relations and public policy. Career experience in public service at a State or Federal level, Government regulatory agency and/or legislative oversight experience is a plus. Political campaign experience is a plus. Technology policy familiarity and experience beyond the U.S. is a plus, e.g., the E.U. Demonstrated experience prioritizing conflicting demands from multiple entities and quickly adapting strategy in an extremely fast paced environment. Ability to analyze legislation and provide appropriate recommendations to business teams. Strong demonstrated critical thinking, analytical and problem solving skills, including public policy and political analysis, as well as strong written and verbal communications. Proven leadership, collaborative and team-building skills with ability to develop strategy and work effectively with others to achieve successful outcomes. Ability to operate effectively in multi-cultural business environment and to communicate at all levels of the organization. Ability to work well both independently and in a team environment. Integrity Demonstrated career professional adherence to the highest ethical, moral, and personal values and standards in decisions, communications, actions, regulatory adherence, and professional dealings with others. Must have a minimum of Bachelors degree; Juris Doctor degree is desirable.