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  • Regional Manager, Government Affairs

    # of Openings
    1
    Requisition ID
    2018-5864
    Position Type
    Salaried Full-Time
    Category
    Government Affairs
    Product Line
    Corporate
    Job Locations
    US-CO-Golden
    Company
    Holcim (US) Inc.
  • Overview

    PURPOSE


    The Regional Manager, Government Affairs will lead and build a state government affairs program that advances the U.S. business model and increases profitability through public policy development and government decision making.

    Responsibilities

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES


    • Manage all aspects of LafargeHolcim’s state government affairs for AZ, CO, IL, MO, NV, and UT, including advocacy development and political strategy development.
    • Demonstrate leadership and a commitment to communicating, improving and adhering to Health & Safety policies and practices in all work environments and areas.
    • Directly advocate on behalf of LafargeHolcim’s interests with state elected officials and agencies to advance the company’s government and public affairs interests.
    • Build and maintain relationships with Governors, members of the State Legislature, State Attorney Generals and their respective staff.
    • Manage LafargeHolcim participation in the Western Governors Association, CSG-West, or similar professional organizations.
    • Build and maintain relationships with state DOT, DEQ & DNR Directors, and other key state Departments and their respective policy staff.
    • Manage state lobbying, including contract lobbyists.
    • Lead participation in key state government affairs trade associations, councils and business groups.
    • Take an active role in ALEC, NCSL, CSG, or other policy organizations.
    • Promote effective relationships with NGO, ENGO, industry, consumer and professional groups.
    • Analyze proposed state administrative and legislative actions and their impact to the organization.
    • Serve as an internal expert on stakeholder relations, site permitting and reputation management.
    • Develop a state political contributions strategy.
    • Responsible for providing tools for operations and Area Environment and Public Affairs Managers, designed to maintain and build relationships with government entities.
    • Keep current with all regional state and local environmental legal, lobbying and ethics requirements and monitor developments and changes.
    • Manage budget, including formulating the budget during the planning process and reviewing/explaining monthly variances


    RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER JOBS
    Liaise regularly with Communications, Land, Environment & Public Affairs, Sales and Marketing, Business Unit GM’s and manufacturing operations to ensure common approaches, standardization in the U.S., and to obtain best practices.

    Qualifications

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES


    Education: Bachelor's/University Degree
    Additional Education Preferred: Master's/Graduate Degree
    Preferred field of study: Political science, communications, law, economics
    Other Training/Certifications Required: Political campaign management, PAC management
    Work Experience: 10-15 years
    Minimum of 10-15 years working in State government in either the Legislative or Executive branch, or similar experience in a major County or City government
    Travel Requirements: 80%

    Additional Requirements:

    • Qualified candidates must have experience working in a similar role with state governments
    • Construction materials and/or manufacturing industry background a plus
    • Must be able to work as part of a team to ensure continuous improvement in functional area as well as the overall operations
    • Computer and Software Skills: Demonstrate computer proficiency.
    • Strong problem solving skills, interpreting rules, laws, agreements, etc.

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