The Rental Housing Association of Washington, a not-for-profit trade association with more than 5,500 members, is looking for a full-time government affairs analyst with at least 1-2 years' experience in government affairs and legislative policy analysis.
Monitors, analyzes and tracks changes city/county laws impacting rental housing owners and operators.
Works within organization and across specific interest groups, attending meetings calls, hearings and industry functions (including fundraisers, receptions, meet-and-greets, etc). Identifies various issues and specific interests prepares summary notes and action items for Government Affairs team.
Assists and supports drafting of policy memos and background documents.
Staff liaison to internal policy committees responsible for all meetings and meetings materials, including committee reports.
Assist with periodic requests and information from those involved in initiatives.
Supporting Executive Director, provide testimony and attend hearings or coordinate member testimonies.
Develop and distribute legislative Call to Action emails to RHAWA membership.
Write articles/content for association newspaper summarizing government affairs issues.
Respond to member, prospective member and public inquiries concerning RHAWA membership and related concerns.
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About Rental Housing Association of Washington
RHAWA has existed in some form or another since 1935, starting out as a Seattle based association that grew into a regional resource throughout the Puget Sound area. In an effort to serve all those in the rental housing industry regardless of geographic location in Washington, RHAWA expanded to become a statewide association in 2012. Currently made up of more than 5,500 members, we are the premier rental housing association in Washington State. Over the past 80 years RHAWA has evolved into one of the most valuable resources for independent rental owners and managers.
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