Senior Manager of Public Policy (Consumer Protection and Corporate Affairs)

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Position Summary

 

Making the future is everyday life at Samsung. We’re seeking innovators who are called to not just change the world, but build a better one. We make the best technology hardware on the planet, but our best is always a prototype for something better and our people thrive with a driven mindset – better builds on
better.

The Senior Manager of Public Policy for Samsung Electronics America will be responsible for crafting and guiding Samsung’s strategy and engagement on multiple U.S. policy issues directly affecting Samsung’s businesses, with a focus on consumer protection and corporate affairs issues, and as the lead on product safety, product repair, antitrust, and privacy policy issues. This position is within Samsung’s Public Policy group in the Office of U.S. Public Affairs located in Washington, D.C. 

Role and Responsibilities

 

Purpose and Scope

  • Supporting Samsung’s businesses to monitor, engage with, advocate before, and build and maintain strong relationships with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (“CPSC”), Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”), Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”), National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”), Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”), the Department of Justice (“DOJ”), and other Federal and state agencies that regulate privacy, product safety, product repair, antitrust, and other aspects of consumer protection policy, as well as relevant Congressional oversight committees.

 

Skills and Qualifications

 

Necessary Skills / Attributes:

  • Background and experience in engaging with at least one, and preferably more, of the following government actors: FTC, CPSC, FDA, NHTSA, FAA, Treasury, or their Congressional oversight committees.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills (writing sample will be evaluated).
  • Excellent oral communication skills; experience in advocacy and public speaking (e.g., presentations or vocal participation in conferences and industry meetings).
  • Detailed knowledge of areas of regulatory policy, law, and relevant political considerations within the position’s scope.
  • Technical literacy and capability to understand technical issues affecting Samsung device plans and businesses (engineering ability is not required, but skill in communicating with both lawyers and engineers is a must).
  • Education and experience: advanced degree (J.D. or Master’s) in law, technology, or policy is highly preferred; minimum twelve years’ relevant experience is required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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