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Executive Assistant (Public Relations & Legislative Liaison Director - Internal Title)
Under the general direction of the President/CEO of ASL, the selected candidate will represent ASL by negotiating with the executive and legislative branches on legislation, budget issues and citizen concerns, recommending amendments where appropriate;
Typical Essential Functions:
• Evaluating and analyzing all legislation impacting the lottery; attending legislative committee meetings; testifying on relevant bills and responding to inquiries; prepare analysis; assist in development of ASL’s legislative agenda; receive, inventory, analyze and maintain bills introduced by the Legislature that impact the Lottery; analyze fiscal impact of legislation; draft legislation to advance gaming initiatives and educate legislators on the operation of ASL programs.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Strong management and leadership skills
Minimum Education and/Experience:
• Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in business or public administration, public relations or a related field is required.
Job will be posted externally until filled.
ALC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.