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Director, International Government Affairs

Nuclear Energy Institute
Washiington, District of Columbia 20004
  • Job Type
  • Job Status
    Full Time

Primary Purpose:

This position is responsible, at the direction of the Exec. Director of Federal Programs and Supplier Relationships, to engage with the Administration on the breadth of issues important the nuclear energy industry and to engage with U.S. government, international and multilateral organizations to influence international, clean energy and trade-related policies. This includes responsibility for interactions with key agencies to inform U.S. policy and identify issues which may impact NEI members. The responsibilities of this position are broad in scope and diverse in nature.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

Enhance relationships with key personnel in the Administration and executive branch agencies, to improve their knowledge and understanding of commercial nuclear technology, to move them in the direction of accomplishing the goals of the nuclear industry.

Coordinate, at the direction of the Exec. Director for Federal Programs and Supplier Relations, outreach programs designed to enhance NEI’s relationship with the federal agencies and the White House focused on accomplishing the goals of the nuclear energy industry.

Support the accomplishment of International Market success measures in NEI’s Annual Plan and support the management of committees and task forces related to these activities.

 Monitor key international clean energy and trade-related policy developments, develop strategies and support engagement with the U.S. government, multilateral organizations, and foreign governments to influence related policy outcomes.


Job Specifications:

Ten years of experience in working for and with the Congress, the Administration, and the business community on political and policy matters with particular emphasis on energy, environmental and international trade


Extensive knowledge of governmental (including interagency) processes, procedures and actions that can affect the nuclear industry. Background in international policy issues is important.

Existing relationships within the Administration and throughout key executive branch agencies is desired.

 Skills & Abilities:

  • Strong written and oral communication abilities are essential.
  • Consensus building skills essential.
  • Ability to synthesize and communicate complex issues clearly.
  • Ability to work across disciplines to achieve organization-wide objectives.


Undergraduate degree or equivalent required, advanced degree in business or policy desired.

Posted: 2023-08-28 Expires: 2023-09-27

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Director, International Government Affairs

Nuclear Energy Institute
Washiington, District of Columbia 20004

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