Capitol Jobs Marketplace

Greater Metropolitan Association of Realtors® -- Government Affairs Coordinator

Posted: February 29, 2024

General Duties:

The Government Affairs Coordinator works under the general supervision of the Government Affairs Director, to ensure that the professional interests of REALTORS® are understood and represented fairly by elected officials and regulators. This position is also responsible for supporting other external public and community relations for the purpose of building the REALTOR® and GMAR brand, and for positioning GMAR as the primary source of real estate information. 

Full description.

Requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree in political science, public administration, or a related field preferred 

  • 0-2 years experience in government affairs, a political-field, and/or trade associations 

  • Ability to set personal beliefs aside for the betterment of the association, members and advocacy priorities. 

  • Must have the ability to work flexible hours as required, including evenings and weekends. 

How to Apply:

Please submit your resume along with salary requirements to susie@gmaronline.com.   

Legislative Aide/Policy Services -- Michigan House of Representatives - Representative Julie Rogers

Posted: February 29, 2024

General Duties:

The Legislative Aide/Policy Services performs research and assists with the development of legislation to help the Member accomplish their legislative agenda. This individual must be familiar with the legislative process, government operations, and the nature of the constituency. This individual attends meetings on behalf of the Representative, will staff committee meetings, and plans district meetings.

Full Description.

Requirements:

The applicant must be dependable, professional, detail-oriented and possess strong administrative, organizational, and clerical skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Applicants must be proficient in Microsoft Office and possess the ability to learn other software applications as needed. The applicant needs to be self-motivated, detail-oriented, capable of assuming responsibility without direct supervision or direction, and able to prioritize multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment. Candidates should also have a bachelor’s degree and must have government experience with an expertise in state issues.

*At least 3 years of experience in legislative policy work is required.

Pay Range: $60,000 annually

How to Apply:

Please send resume and cover letter to: Michigan House of Representatives Human Resources, P.O. Box 30014 Lansing, MI 48909-7514 or via email to: HumanResources@house.mi.gov.

Admin Law Specialist 16 -- Department of Insurance and Financial Services

Posted: February 28, 2024

General Duties:

The Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) is seeking an individual to work in public service as a staff attorney in the Office of General Counsel’s Enforcement Section. This is an opportunity to build a lifelong career doing work that truly matters – helping to protect consumers and maintain public confidence in Michigan’s insurance and financial services industries.

The right candidate will represent DIFS in administrative enforcement actions against regulated individuals and entities. Responsibilities include drafting of Notices of Opportunity to Show Compliance and Administrative Complaints, conducting informal conferences with respondents, engaging in settlement negotiations, and representing DIFS at enforcement hearings before the Michigan Office of Administrative Hearings and Rules. This candidate must be able to synthesize, analyze, and interpret the many diverse statutes governing the insurance and financial services industries and accordingly draft clear, concise, and effective legal memoranda, pleadings, orders, and settlement agreements.

Full description.

Requirements:

Education
Possession of a Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited school of law.

Experience
Three years of professional experience in legal work, including one year equivalent to an Administrative Law Specialist P15 or an Administrative Law Examiner P15; or, three years of experience as an attorney.

Full description.

Pay Range: $99,284 - $138,309 annually

How to Apply:

Apply online.

Chief Strategic Business Attraction and Projects Officer -- Michigan Economic Development Corporation

Posted: February 23, 2024

General Duties:

As part of MEDC’s execution of the ‘Make It In Michigan’ economic development framework focused on People, Places and Projects, this executive officer will be responsible for the executive direction of business development and project divisions, including but not limited to tactical and strategic execution of business attraction, market/industry development, strategic accounts, site/real estate services, and project incentives and compliance for the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and Michigan Strategic Fund. Oversees the development and execution of a business attraction and deal strategy, serves as the lead negotiator for business attraction, expansion and retention opportunities, and is accountable for the development and implementation of focus area strategic plans, including an end-to-end deal process; interacts with C-level executives as well as high-level elected officials to help position Michigan as a top-ten state for business expansion. Ensures effective and efficient operations through procedural and programmatic analysis. Represents MEDC executive leadership to further the organizational mission, strategy, and direct positive change. Works with MEDC Executive Committee, Michigan Strategic Fund board members, MEDC Chief Executive Officer and the Executive Team to accomplish the strategic goals and objectives of the corporation.

Full description.

Requirements:

Minimum Education Required:

This position requires a Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university in Business Administration, Marketing, Public Policy, Finance or related field; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Advanced degree preferred.

Minimum Experience Required:

This position requires a minimum of twelve years related experience and/or training in management, including two years of executive level management over key operational divisions, or economic/business development.  

Full description.

Pay Range: $198,000 annually

How to Apply:

If you believe that your qualifications meet the listed requirements and are interested in this opportunity, please submit a cover letter, resume and completed Employment Application by e-mail to medchr@michigan.org

Research Attorney -- Legislative Service Bureau - Michigan Legislative Council

Posted: February 6, 2024

General Duties:

This employee gathers, synthesizes, and analyzes legal and technical information to provide high quality, unbiased research to state legislators and legislative staff. Communicates findings in writing and orally to support public policy development and bill drafting. Provides legal review of Division products. Drafts policy resolutions for state legislators. Completes assignments independently with a moderate amount of supervision.

The LSB Research Services Division is part of the Legislative Council, which provides non-partisan analysis, information, and research services to members of the Michigan Legislature related to bill drafting and other legislative areas.

Full description.

Requirements:

Graduation from an ABA-accredited law school required. Membership in good standing in the State Bar of Michigan required. Some legal writing and research experience required. Familiarity with the legislative process, state government operations, and Michigan statutes desired. Excellent writing and research skills required, including knowledge of legal research resources. Excellent oral and interpersonal communication skills required, including the ability to work with diverse personalities. Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment. Must be willing and able to work overtime and irregular hours as required.

Pay Range: $65,713 annually

How to Apply:

Online applications only are accepted through the State of Michigan’s job posting website: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/michigan. Apply by 5:00 pm on Sunday, February 25, 2024.

Applicants must include cover letter, resume, and a copy of law school and college transcripts in their online application.

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