Public Policy Coordinator

Washington DC, DC
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Teddy Stackman

Job Description:

Job Description:Summary:
The main function of a Public Policy Coordinator is to track, research, develop and communicate stakeholder engagement strategies

Public policy coordinator work internally to monitor and research current and relevant public policy issues. A typical public policy coordinator will support subject matter/campaign leads to track, develop and manage campaign strategies for both individual stakeholders and multi-stakeholder coalitions.

Job Responsibilities

• Support engagement with policymakers, trade associations, industry partners, key opinion formers, non-profit groups and others to contribute to the development of campaigns.
• Work cross-functionally with GBM, Comms and policy teams
• Monitor and research current and relevant emerging public policy issues and thought leaders


• Bachelor’s Degree
• Policy stakeholder engagement tracking experience
• Experience supporting cross-functional policy campaigns domestically

Top 3 skills:
-Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work with XFN partners/across teams
-Organizational: ability to manage many trackers and projects at a given time
-Writing: ability to write memos, emails, wrappers etc

Ideal profile:
-2-4 years experience
-Bachelor’s degree

Day to Day
-Support 3rd party/SMB/Non-profit and other advocacy leads on daily engagement with internal advocacy teams, which includes:
Coordinator for advocacy/policy actor meetings
-Support for event logistics and coordination
-Manage logistics/internal communication for additional 1:1 with policy actors, meetings, etc.
-Coordinate work streams and work across all advocacy efforts
-Informing priority engagements and activations
-Reviewing case study stories/one-pagers
-Review lists and identification for events
Oversees/coordinate input in newsletter and additional pieces of content
-Tracks engagement in policy-oriented activations
-Tracks progress of requests
-Manages engagement with third-parties and recruitment