Government Relations Coordinator (Venice)

The GR Coordinator works across the department facilitating the expansion to new markets while supporting the Government Relations business in our existing cities
The candidate will support GR managers and the Chief Legal Officer in developing and keeping government relations strategy on track, keeping the team organized and responding to new demands as necessary
The right candidate will provide support for GR Directors overseeing GR efforts in multiple cities. They will have a critical role in helping the department to stay responsive to new issues as they arise, and keeping ongoing priorities moving forward
Drafting and editing letters, infographics, presentations, and reports for strategic government outreach and communications projects
Identify, track and work on issues related to state and/or local. government regulations, laws, and legislation
What You'll Need:
BA required
2-5 years work experience in government, political or management consulting, or in-house GR
Self-starter, flexible, able to run with assigned tasks
Understanding of state and local government
Strong organizational, researching and writing skills
Thorough attention to detail when analyzing regulatory language and parameters
Understanding or experience related to mobility, sustainability, city operations preferred
Ability to be highly responsive and willing to work flexible hours. Bird acts quickly and being about to adapt to changing internal and external conditions is extremely important
Likewise, an ability to manage shifting assignments and multiple projects at the same time is a must
Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work well in teams, but also independently and proactively as required
Experience working in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment
Bird Rides Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer, and we welcome everyone regardless of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or genetics. We are dedicated to providing an inclusive, open, and diverse work environment.

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