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Government & Industry Relations

Job Description

Date: Jan 16, 2020

Position Summary

 

We are looking for a person who can create a favorable environment for our customers success through thought leadership and trusted advice that proactively influences governments and industry organizations, in policies, legislation and regulations for ICT and trade.

 

Responsibilities & Tasks

 

•Establish/maintain contacts with Government and Industry target groups

•Represent Ericsson in relevant Government and Industry organizations

•Participate in and contribute to Government and Industry networks

•Contribute to the development/use of policy positions

•Contribute to a strategic regulatory outlook

•Contribute to the development and implementation of global Ericsson and/or regional Influencing Plans.

•Identify and leverage influencing opportunities

•Promote company policy positions

 

Core Competences

 

•Persuading & Influencing

•Presenting & Communicating Information

•Relating & Networking

•Deciding & Initiating Action

•Adhering to Principles & Values

•Commercial thinking

 

Minimum Qualification & Experience Requirements

 

•Post-secondary degree in law, business administration, science or a similar area, or corresponding acquired skills/knowledge

•Broad, general ICT industry competence

•Highly developed understanding of national policies, regulations and legislation, and associated processes and actors

•Highly developed understanding of regional and global policies, regulations and legislation, processes and actors; where relevant

•Good understanding of relationships and influences between national, regional and global policies/regulations and processes

•Ability to identify, analyze and describe significance of regulatory (and related policy) initiatives and trends to the telecom market in general and to customers and business in particular

•Ability to identify regulatory-induced business opportunities and constraints

•Strategic utilization of influencing and lobbying skills based on effective communication and active engagement.

 

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Req ID: 312836