For over twenty years, FMC Lithium has been innovating, manufacturing and delivering products and technologies to power a cleaner, healthier and more mobile world. We have grown as a leader in the industry through partnership with our customers, thriving in a marketplace full of challenges and opportunities. The success we’ve achieved follows a simple but critical promise to our customers: provide consistent, high quality products, ensure security of supply, and anticipate solutions for future needs; all backed by a deep expertise in material science.
This expertise and the unprecedented growth in the market made it clear that FMC Lithium is ready to separate into an independently traded company by the end of 2018. The FMC Lithium business is poised to stand on its own with leaders and talent that will drive the organization to greater opportunities and accomplishments. We are investing in our future and our customers’ future, and our best is yet to come.
This is an exciting opportunity for a government affairs professional to join the newly formed government affairs function of FMC Corporation’s Lithium business which is planned to be separated into an independent, publicly-traded company later this year. Based in Philadelphia, you will be responsible for developing a government affairs strategy that addresses existing and emerging challenges and opportunities for the FMC Lithium business. The position will demand a thorough understanding of the role and impact government plays in the business, including in the development, manufacturing, commercialization, delivery, and stewardship of its products. The Director must be able to identify and appropriately utilize available government, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), trade and technical associations and customer and other stakeholder influence to effectuate the desired outcomes for the FMC Lithium business, its product lines and sustainability goals.
The position will work in concert with FMC Lithium business units and functions to support and guide their business strategies. Objectives will be established based on how FMC Lithium can shape the range of possible outcomes given the current and future, political, legislative, and regulatory landscape as well as market conditions. Experience with Latin American government affairs and ability to speak Spanish are each a plus.
FMC employees enjoy competitive compensation, a menu of work/life benefits and opportunities to continue developing their skills and building their career. FMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes employment decisions without regard to race, gender, disability or protected veteran status. FMC supports a drug-free workplace.