Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Send Lobbyists, Guns and Money

The Society for Neuroscience seeks Editorial Assistant for a variety of editorial, writing proofreading, and document production tasks.

The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies (that's how they describe themselves) is looking for a new family member - a Director of Federal Affairs. Job description appears to emphasize FDA-related responsibilities.

Have you ever been driving on I-66 near Oakton and, seeing the prominent National Rifle Association building, asked yourself, "I wonder what it's like to work there?" Me neither. Nonetheless, they appear to have 20+ openings from Assistant Editor, American Hunter magazine to Website Designer.

The American Public Human Services Association, is seeking a Health Policy Associate working for its affiliate, the National Association of State Medicaid Directors. The list of activities for this position include research, member-service work, writing, and work planning and managing conferences.

O'Keefe and Co., a PR firm with Bethesda and Old Town Alexandria locations, has a Senior Account Executive position available. The Old Town location is right by the Majestic Cafe, so that's where they'll probably take you to lunch on your first day there.

O'Hare + Associates is a New York-based recruitment agency for the advertising business. They are apparently looking for a Creative Media Project Manager for a DC-based client. More on O'H+A opportunities can be found here.

Fleishman-Hillard has a Web Project Manager position available. Job description emphasizes project management, planning and effective use of time-lines and road maps. To wit: "Experience/knowledge of various development methodologies required (waterfall and agile)"

Marine Corps Community Services is recruiting a Legislative/Public Affairs Specialist to assist in a variety of lobbying activities supporting the Personal and Family Readiness Division. Compensation range is $65,000-$75,000.

C-SPAN has internship, broadcast engineering and web development/content positions available here. "Created by cable. Offered as a public service," they boast.

Today's somewhat dubious job-search resource comes to you from this off-the-wall entry at the New Lennox Patriot (New Lennox, Il.) about myizzo.com, which, according to the NLP, "is a complete game changer for the industry—a locally based Web presence that promises to give online job sites like Monster.com, CareerBuilder.com and HotJobs.com a run for their money."

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