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Our team at TIA seeks collaborative, resourceful and action-oriented individuals who are passionate about accelerating opportunities for the companies that are meeting today’s connectivity challenges by producing essential high-tech products and services, and building reliable high-speed communications networks. Interested in joining our team? Check out our current employment opportunities below.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

TIA offers its employees a comprehensive benefits package and compensation commensurate with experience. Qualified candidates may submit their resume, cover letter and salary requirements via e-mail to TIAJobs@tiaonline.org. TIA is an equal opportunity employer.

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TITLE: Technology Standards Committee Manager

REPORTS TO: Vice President, Standards

DESCRIPTION:

The Technology Standards Committee Manager is responsible for all facets of logistical and administrative management, driving the growth of standards committees and promoting timely development and adoption of high-quality standards in accordance with TIA and ANSI requirements. The Technology Standards Committee Manager is the ultimate owner of all meetings, both virtual and in-person, of their respective committees and is focus and fulcrum of budgeting, promotional outreach, and logistical coordination.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Serve as the primary responsible party, driving the success of standards meetings and events, coordinating with any available internal TIA support team members as well as committee leaders and rank and file members
  • Proactively engage with and support the standards work of standards committees, both personally and through facilitating the support of other TIA team members
  • Develop and document departmental business practices as needed
  • Support Vice President in the development and oversight of departmental budget and over-arching departmental goals and initiatives
  • Develop membership in existing and new programs through membership, sales and industry evaluation
  • Manage Copyright Permission and IPR Patent Holder Statement claims and assignments
  • Develop and manage centralized volunteer leadership training
  • Represent TIA at various events and present on existing and new programs as well as TIA’s approach to standards development
  • Support the maintenance and implementation of existing MOU’s with various organizations.
  • Answer inquiries regarding standards in process and existing standards, as well as questions related to membership, engineering committees, publication, and general association questions.
  • Assist the TIA membership department in the recruitment of new TIA members.
  • Travel nationally and internationally, as requested, in support of job duties, and perform other duties as assigned.
  • Plan meetings and related logistical support.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Work Experience:

  • 8 to 15 years of related work experience required
  • At least 5 to 8 years of project management required
  • Prior supervisory experience preferred

Education/Training:

  • College Degree (master’s degree preferred)
  • Knowledge and experience using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) and other related software
  • Knowledge of association management and standards development management online tools
  • Basic knowledge of the parliamentary procedure
  • Presentation skills in a manner that is engaging, efficient and professional

Skills/Capabilities/Technical:

  • Extensive knowledge of technical standardization processes domestically and internationally, with a focus on ICT, data centers, wireless technology, secure communications, supply chain management, quantum technology, and/or artificial intelligence
  • Experience in the development, execution, and implementation of marketing campaigns
  • Proven ability to manage numerous projects with multiple deadlines
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills with a writing sample
  • Ability to interact with people from various cultures and facilitate multi-cultural negotiations (foreign language abilities strongly preferred)

This job description does not constitute a contract for employment.

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TITLE: Global Policy, Intern

REPORTS TO: Director, Global Policy

DESCRIPTION:

We seek students who are interested in global affairs and ICT policy. Candidates will have completed at least 1 semester of an accredited graduate program in international affairs, political science, or public policy. Interns will gain experience working on a wide range of issues including standards policy, supply chain security, international trade and market access, equipment authorization and other issues that might impact the ICT sector. Interns will also have the opportunity to engage with policymakers and some of the top industry experts in their respective fields. Experience with or understanding of European technology policy is an asset.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Job duties will include, but are not limited to:

  • Research and projects in particular on international trade, standards and supply chain security-related issues;
  • Legal writing (that could include drafting summaries, comments, white papers, etc.);
  • Drafting member-facing projects and regulatory updates; and
  • Attending virtual meetings (with stakeholders on the hill, at federal agencies, member companies, etc.)

The TIA internship position comes with a stipend. You do not need to include information about your salary requirements. Please send a resume and cover letter to TIAJobs@tiaonline.org. This job description does not constitute a contract for employment.

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TITLE: Government Affairs, Summer Clerk

REPORTS TO: Director, Government Affairs

DESCRIPTION:

We seek students who are interested in communications and technology policy. Candidates will have completed at least 1 semester of an accredited graduate program, preferably a J.D. program or in political science, public policy, or public affairs. Interns will gain experience working in a wide range of telecommunications and technology issues, primarily; risks to the ICT supply chain, broadband infrastructure and regulation, smart buildings and smart cities, spectrum management, public safety, and cybersecurity, accessibility, equipment authorization and other issues that might impact the ICT sector.  Interns will also have the opportunity to engage with policymakers and some of the top industry experts in their respective fields. A demonstrated interest in a relevant field, such as communications, cybersecurity, or technical background, is a plus.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Job duties will include, but are not limited to:

  • Legal writing (that could include drafting summaries, comments, white papers, etc.)
  • Legal research (that could include reviewing legislation and legislative history, summarizing caselaw for agency comments, reviewing and summarizing agency and Administration actions)
  • Attending meetings (on the hill, at federal agencies, with member companies, etc.)
  • Drafting member-facing projects and regulatory updates

The TIA internship position comes with a stipend. You do not need to include information about your salary requirements. Please send a resume and cover letter to TIAJobs@tiaonline.org. This job description does not constitute a contract for employment.

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