|Title:||Vice President, PAC, Campaign Services, and Political Programs|
As directed by the Chief Advocacy Officer, the Vice President, PAC, Campaign Services, and Political Programs acts as the team leader to a team of 20 for NAR’s local, state and federal campaign activity, including political disbursements and independent expenditures. The Vice President oversees REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) fundraising (hard and soft dollar), the NAR direct contribution program (Presidents Circle), REALTOR® Party education and training, and state and local association advocacy outreach for REALTOR® Party resources and federal legislative activity. The Vice President also directs federal, state and local issue advocacy resources through the NAR Public Advocacy Fund (PAF) (soft dollars), the NAR Public Issues Advocacy Fund (NAR Budget) and the State and Local Issues Mobilization Program.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Direct NAR Federal, state and local campaign activity, including federal, state and local candidate independent expenditures and issues advocacy activity (PAF, Public Issues Advocacy Fund and State and Local Issues Mobilization).
- Lead NAR RPAC Fundraising Programs, including hard and soft dollar (NAR’s Corporate Ally Program) fundraising, the NAR President’s Circle Program, online fundraising activity, and state and local association outreach to assist with raising RPAC dollars at the state and local level.
- Manage RPAC Disbursements, including coordination with the NAR Chief Lobbyist and NAR Advocacy group federal legislative teams to determine political strategy and level of support to advance NAR issues in Congress.
- Execute activity of NAR Political Field Representative team in conducting candidate outreach and educating state and local associations on Advocacy and REALTOR® Party related resources.
- Direct REALTOR® Party Outreach activities, including REALTOR® Party training for new Association Executives and Government Affairs Directors, the annual GAD Institute, campaign related training for members and association staff, as well as other Advocacy related training for state and local staff and members.
- Oversee NAR policy activities relating to the issue of advocacy territorial jurisdiction disputes for state and local REALTOR® associations.
- Other duties, as assigned
- Bachelor’s Degree; JD or Master’s degree preferred
- At least 15 years of related experience and leadership; Business PAC or Association experience preferred
- Demonstrated ability to develop, adapt, and manage short & long-term plans and strategies to create value
- Exceptional communication skills—verbal, written, and presentation
- Strong customer relations and interpersonal skills with a high level of response to all inquiries
- Ability to travel up to 20%
The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) is a team of professionals dedicated to providing world-class service to over 1 million REALTORS® working in the United States and around the world. The real estate industry is fast-paced and fast-changing--each year, our members participate in the sale, lease, and management of billions of dollars in real estate. As in every industry, our members’ value proposition is constantly being challenged by innovation.
It is our mission to help REALTORS® navigate that change and thrive in their careers. We cannot do that without the ideas, passion, and commitment from our talented employees. As our greatest assets, employees are offered their pick of competitive benefits/perks and flexible work options. Our most successful employees are committed to:
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