Director, Us State Regulatory and Production Policy
Full Time Job
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About the Role
Netflix is seeking a Director of State Regulatory and Production Policy to lead Netflix's State policy engagement efforts in the United States. The Public Policy team at Netflix engages with policymakers, regulators, and government bodies in order to advocate for Netflix's interests in the policymaking process, and acts as a strategic partner to internal business groups as they navigate the policy world. This role will be a senior leader managing our US efforts to develop reliable and efficient content and production ecosystems as well as heading up our efforts at the state level to promote Netflix and protect our business interests.
The Director of State Regulatory and Production Policy will be a key leader on this team. They will work with internal partners throughout the business to facilitate production processes in our studios, help identify and define the company's public policy objectives in the U.S., and develop and manage relationships with external stakeholders in order to further those objectives.
The Director's responsibilities will include:
• Working with business partners to understand all aspects of Netflix's business and its needs, as well as to advise on the impact of public policy developments on the business
• Monitoring and advancing state legislative and regulatory initiatives in the U.S.
• Developing relationships with government stakeholders at the State level in the U.S.
• Building coalitions with peer companies and third party organizations
• Identifying business developments with global impact to other members of the policy team
• Partner with key internal stakeholders to identify production priorities and facilitate production processes
• Managing external consultants and relationships with membership organizations
• Substantively, the Director will partner with others on the Public Policy team to lead Netflix's approach in the following areas: internet policy, privacy and data security, competition policy, intellectual property, commerce and payments, taxation, economic incentives, climate & sustainability, and entertainment and content production
The role may be based either in Los Gatos, Los Angeles, New York City or Washington, DC, (with regular travel) and reports to the Vice President of Public Policy, UCAN. The role will perform duties that will require registration as a lobbyist in the U.S. and relevant states, especially California, New York or New Jersey.
The Director of US State Regulatory and Production Policy, will have a Bachelor's Degree and at least 15 years of legal, public policy, and advocacy experience. The successful candidate will also have prior experience navigating regulatory and legislative bodies. Other relevant experience may include working in government, studios and content production, the private sector, a trade association, a law firm, or a policy organization. Graduate training in a related discipline and/or a legal degree is also desirable. This is a unique opportunity to help shape and drive policy within a culture that attracts individuals who exhibit good judgment, innovation, selflessness, courage, impact, candid communication, passion and curiosity. Read our culture memo to learn more about life at Netflix.
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The overall market range for roles in this area of Netflix is typically $290,000 - $1,400,000.
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