The leader of the Conservation Policy and Advocacy Department oversees ongoing efforts to advance New England Aquarium’s (NEAq) federal, state, and local legislative, administrative, political, and grassroots/grasstops advocacy strategy, by developing and advancing priority policies, building and maintaining strong government relationships, identifying and pursuing government funding, ensuring compliance with lobbying requirements, advising on C-suite policy/political engagement, and continually demonstrating political acumen. This is a full-time regular position offering a comprehensive benefits package. The typical schedule will be Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. However, the position will require attendance at events that often fall outside of typical work hours. The position al

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