GENIUS SPORTS GROUP 

As the parent company of our business, Genius Sports Group is a truly global operation, spanning several continents and serving a wide variety of sectors. From immersive statistical content to live betting and sports marketing services, our technology powers ground-breaking fan experiences that deliver value to all stakeholders across sports, media and gaming. 

The Role:

The US Regulatory Affairs Manager will oversee all facets of Genius Sports Group’s (GSG) Regulatory Affairs in the United States, providing oversight for all US regulatory matters relating to sports gambling, including legislation, filings and interactions with regulatory authorities at state and federal level. The US Regulatory Affairs Manager will be responsible for developing and delivering innovative, breakthrough engagement initiatives to ensure swift approval of GSG product sets, in alignment with the group business strategy. In addition, the candidate will be responsible for leading a comprehensive approach to developing and executing integrated regulatory strategies that account for the complex interplay between the sports, betting and media industries.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Direct GSG US regulatory affairs activities, strategies and daily operations for a diverse portfolio of partners and products
  • Provide regulatory guidance across key stakeholder groups and jurisdictions
  • Identify and assess regulatory risks & define strategies to mitigate such risks
  • Prepare clear and effective regulatory submissions on behalf of GSG leveraging internal and external resources
  • Prepare and lead meetings with regulatory bodies
  • Be the primary contact with regulatory bodies in US
  • Monitor and analyze appropriate regulatory agency activities in areas of interest to the company and assess impact on GSG commercial objectives
  • Build and maintain excellent relationships with relevant regulatory agencies
  • Effectively manage contractors and corporate partners
  • Prepare and deliver effective presentations for external and internal audience
  • Able to articulate complex regulatory issues and support development and commercialization of early and late state programs
  • Be the point of reference for the business on all ad hoc queries regarding US law and regulation as it pertains to GSG’s activities in the US
  • Provide regular updates and to the executive team of emerging trends and developments in applicable US law and regulation
  • Manage and supervise the licensing process by being point of contact with the regulator and reviewing and managing all license application

Required Skills:

  • 5 years US gambling industry experience in Regulatory Affairs
  • Leadership experience at the team and/or department level
  • Experience with gambling products/services
  • Knowledge and experience in interpretation of regulations, guidelines and policy statements
  • Experience in the preparation of major regulatory submissions and supportive amendments for early and late stage regulatory development programs, including direct experience in interfacing with relevant regulatory authorities
  • Foster effective, positive interactions with regulatory agencies, and corporate partners
  • Demonstrate excellent leadership and communication skills
  • Demonstrate strong organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to deal effectively with a variety of senior personnel including medical, scientific, and manufacturing staff
  • Well organized, self-motivated and hard worker, very smart independent thinker, works well under pressure and deadlines, detail oriented, effective written and oral communication skills

Genius Sports Group is proud to be an equal opportunities employer. We recognize and celebrate the benefits that a diverse and inclusive workforce bring to our business, our customers and our staff. We welcome and will consider all applications regardless of age, disability, gender re-assignment, marriage, pregnancy, maternity, race or nationality, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation (and any other status protected by applicable law) 

 

 

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