Founded in 1967, the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU) is an independent voice in Washington, focusing exclusively on the needs and issues of federal credit unions. NAFCU's specific, overriding purpose: to directly shape the laws and regulations under which federal credit unions operate.
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NAFCU (Arlington, VA) has an immediate opening for a Communications Coordinator to provide editorial, public relations and administrative support to the Communications Department.
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We have an unbridled enthusiasm for serving our members and their mission, and we are looking for a passionate and forward-thinking individual who is ready to deliver the association's brand promise and value proposition. To apply, email resume w/cover letter and salary expectations to hr@ nafcu.org. EOE.
NAFCU (Arlington, VA) seeks dynamic administrative assistant to provide substantial support to a busy team of regulatory lobbyists and attorneys. Position includes letter writing, website posting, desktop publishing, data collection/compilation, and report generation.
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NAFCU (Arlington, VA) seeks Regulatory Compliance Counsel to provide members with accurate, timely and comprehensive assistance in various financial regulatory compliance matters. The counsel's primary responsibility is to provide direct responses to member inquiries through NAFCU's Compliance Helpline. The counsel is also responsible for developing and producing regulatory compliance assistance materials and presenting educational sessions to audiences of all sizes.
Prominent financial services trade association seeks a Republican lobbyist to establish/maintain relations with members of Congress, Congressional Committees and staffs; monitor federal legislation, Congressional activities, legislative initiatives of competing organizations; engage in legislative research/develop other pertinent background information/materials; develop/prepare witness statements, position papers, research reports and correspondence; represent Association at political fundraising functions/other political activities; speak before various audiences regarding legislative issues; respond to inquiries from association members regarding the status/effect of various legislative initiatives.
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