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Visa Director, CARCAM Government Engagement in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Visa’s Global Government Engagement team shapes the policy and regulatory environment to grow our business and advance Visa’s mission. We are trusted advisors to governments, clients, and partners. We strive to build the most innovative, reliable, and secure global payments ecosystem—one that enables everyone to participate fully in the digital economy, delivering economic growth and positive social outcomes. We are diverse and inclusive—committed to being a best-in-class team of government relations, policy, and stakeholder engagement professionals. Reporting to the Head of Government Engagement for Mexico & CARCAM (Central America and the Caribbean), the Director will work closely with a wide range of in-country and regional functional teams. The position requires excellent levels of communication and presentation skills to interact with national and sub-national government officials, analytical capabilities for regulatory issues and developed skills coordinating multi-disciplinary groups to lead projects. Experience working on financial sector issues, from either the public or the private sector, within the CARCAM region is preferred. The main objectives of the position are to ensure the country´s public policy priorities are aligned with industry and corporate objectives and to increase national and sub-national government’s participation in digital payments to drive business impact. Government engagement drives our business by shaping the policy and regulatory environment to accelerate digital payments – ensuring Visa is the best way to pay and be paid for everyone, everywhere. We excel with clients, governments, and partners to enable everyone to participate fully in the digital economy, delivering economic growth, innovation, and positive social impact. We are diverse and inclusive – committed to being a best-in-class global government engagement team. CARCAM´s government engagement team supports the ongoing growth of the company’s business by proactively engaging with a wide range of stakeholders to promote Visa’s capabilities and contributions to governments and economic growth, protect the business through shaping the policy environment to minimize regulatory risk, and partner with governments on their digital payments priorities including on government-as client opportunities. Responsibilities, * Provide strategic advice and support on matters of legislative, policy, and regulatory interest. * Implement the government engagement strategy for CARCAM in close coordination with the Head of Government Engagement for the region, and other Visa local and regional functional leaders to achieve agreed objectives. * Monitor, analyze and mitigate potential regulation that might negatively affect Visa business. * Suggest and develop Visa’s positions and advocacy strategies on legislative and policy issues in CARCAM. * Proactively identify strategic business issues and opportunities for Visa and its clients. * Develop and refine best practices, share intelligence, and coordinate local responses. * Establish proactive and constructive relationships with officials at key government agencies (e.g., central bank, Ministries of Finance, Economy, Tourism, etc.) including education of these officials about the value of Visa thereby improving the company’s overall reputation. * Partner closely with local GE professionals from the financial and technology sectors to build strategies and engagement plans that increase Visa’s visibility. * Assist partners (issuers, acquirers, merchants, fintechs) in navigating payments regulation, in close coordination with the Head of Government Engagement for Mexico & CARCAM and Legal. * Establish trusted relationships and engage with lawmakers, regulators, and other external stakeholders that may affect Visa’s business to enhance Visa’s reputation and competitive position. * Foster and coordinate potential business partnerships with national and sub-national government agencies in the delivery of social programs, payment of taxes, and other potential government initiatives that may benefit from the adoption of electronic/digital payments. The successful candidate will have a strong understanding of the financial services and payments industry. Experience in payments policy is preferred. The successful candidate will be a self- starter with extraordinary organizational and writing skills, comfortable covering multiple assignments at once, and capable of quickly and efficiently producing high-quality deliverables on a timely, and often daily basis. They should have experience working in government or in the financial services sector. This is a hybrid position. Hybrid employees can alternate time between both remote and office. Employees in hybrid roles are expected to work from the office two days a week, Tuesdays and Wednesdays with a general guidepost of being in the office 50% of the time based on business needs. Basic Qualifications •8 years of work experience with a Bachelor’s Degree or at least 6 years of experience with an advanced degree (e.g. Masters/MBA/JD/MD) •At least 6 years of experience in a relevant corporate position, regulatory or government agency, and/or consultancy on CARCAM´s financial system, payments and/or technology issues. •Spanish required and fluent in English. •Ability to communicate within large organizations Preferred Qualifications •Combination of political and business acumen. •Strategic advocacy and communications planning skills. •Superior inter-personal, presentational and written communication skills. •Ability to act independently but also within a team environment. •Management experience in policy arena. •Leads by example and able to generate respect and loyalty from peers, superiors, and subordinates with a strong commitment to collaboration. •Impeccable ethics and high-level of integrity. Work Hours Incumbent must make themselves available during core business hours. Travel Requirements This position requires the incumbent to travel for work approximately 20 % of the time. Physical Requirements This position will be performed in an office setting. The position will require the incumbent to sit and stand at a desk, communicate in person and by telephone, frequently operate standard office equipment, such as telephones and computers, and reach with hands and arms. Visa EEO Statement Visa is an EEO Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status. Visa will also consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with EEOC guidelines and applicable local law