Government Affairs Director Salary in Queens-Long Island City, New York

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Average Salary for Government Affairs Director in Queens-Long Island City, New York

The average salary of a(n) Government Affairs Director in Queens-Long Island City, New York is $153,113.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Government Affairs Director in Queens-Long Island City, New York is $73.61.

The average bonus of a(n) Government Affairs Director in Queens-Long Island City, New York is $20,349.00.

Job Description:

Directs various phases of government relations. Directs, develops, coordinates, and advises on internal policies related to external affairs. Represents the organization in government matters. Meets with government officials or other external partners to resolve grievances and advance positions. Coordinates implementation of strategies and programs necessary for governmental approval of organization's products and/or services. Develops internal communication program regarding government legislation that affects the organization's operations. Plans and conducts campaigns under the direction of the CEO or Chief Government Affairs Officer and toward attaining company goals. Supervises and directs subordinate staff. Less

Directs various phases of government relations. Directs, develops, coordinates, and advises on internal policies related to external affairs. Represents the organization in government matters. Meets with government officials or other external partners to resolve grievances and advance positions. Coordinates implementation... More

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