The Committee on Capital Markets Regulation (Committee) is an independent and nonpartisan 501(c)(3) research organization comprised of 33 leaders from the investor community, business, finance, law, accounting and academia and dedicated to improving the regulation of U.S. capital markets.
The Committee’s Associate Director supports the Director and Deputy Director in all aspects of the operation of the Committee.
The Associate Director:
- Assists with the coordination and management of the Committee’s research.
- Assists with drafting and editing reports, statements, comment letters and press releases based on the research and activities of the Committee.
- Assists with the coordination and management of the Committee’s research associates and consultants.
- Manages relationships, executive communications, and schedule of the Director.
- Acts as liaison between financial institutions, government agencies, sponsors, advisors, and Committee Members.
- Coordinates the participation of 33 high profile Committee Members.
- Coordinates and participates in the weekly staff meeting.
- Executes the daily management of the status report.
- Carries out high-level projects and initiatives.
- Manages the fundraising process and revenue budget.
- Travels to meet with potential sponsors, attends Committee meetings and represents the Committee at various events as needed.
- Markets the Committee and related events.
- Responsible for the design and maintenance of the Committee's website, email server and database.
- Produces publications, presentations, graphics and additional support material as needed.
- Negotiates and problem solves with external vendors.
- Distributes Committee publications to an international audience via email, mail, newswire, Bloomberg and the website.
- Coordinates the HR activities (e.g., recruiting, hiring and payroll).
- Provides computer technical support to staff and research associates.
Education and Experience
- College degree in relevant field and 3-5 years of post-college work experience.
- Proven writing and editing experience.
- Significant interest in and working knowledge of the U.S. financial system, U.S. financial regulation and public policy.
- Experience in industry trade associations, federal or state government preferred.
Skills and Knowledge
- Excellent writing, communication and organizational skills.
- Skilled and detailed understanding of how to present complex topics in a simple easy-to-understand manner.
- Ability to tailor writing to variety of audiences.
- Ability to understand public policy proposals and their impact.
- Broad thinking, ability to handle multiple issues.
- Collaborative team player.
- Familiarity with regulatory and economic topics a plus.
- Advanced knowledge of: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel), Adobe Creative Suite (Dreamweaver, Acrobat Professional, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign), FileMaker Pro, and Outlook.
- Web design, HTML and CSS.
Hours: Full time
Compensation: Competitive with the market and skills of candidate