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Friday, February 15, 2019

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NASSCOM has openings for two senior technology policy positions.

Job Description

  • Lead policy initiatives focused on industry verticals - IT services, Business Process Management, Data Processing, Communication, FinTech, Banking, E-Commerce, Health and Mobility.
  • Work on technology policy issues arising out of concerns around data protection, privacy, reskilling, liability, taxation, competition, net neutrality, ethics etc.
  • Represent NASSCOM with government, regulators and members at a senior level. Assist in developing appropriate policies.
  • Mentor and lead team members. Develop policy submissions and research papers.
  • Work with members, think tanks, research firms, consulting and law firms, multi-stakeholder to build robust policy views.
  • Roughly 50-60% of the work will be based on individual contribution and rest based on co-ordination and management.

Knowledge, Skills, Qualifications and Experience

  • Essential
    • Minimum of ten years of relevant work experience.
    • Ability to question status quo, think out of the box and an open mind to contrary view points.
    • Experience of working with the Government and Regulators at a senior level.
    • Excellent writing and speaking skills in English.
    • Published relevant research papers, blogs and opinion articles in reputed publications.
    • Demonstrated ability to work in multidisciplinary teams.
    • Self-motivated.
    • Ethical mindset.
  • Desirable
    • Knowledge of public economics and law.
    • Working experience with reputed (a) policy think tanks, (b) Member of Parliament, (c) law firms and (d) media publications.
    • Masters of laws, post graduate qualifications in public policy or economics

Position is Noida based. Email hr[at]nasscom[dot]in with position - policy in subject and a max 400 words write-up with CV.

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