Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Sturgis or Daytona

Bank of America will empty their vaults for the right Regional Lobbyist Manager/Technical Loss Mitigation Review & Coordination Manager. Selected applicant will be responsible for a broad range of federal and state legislative and regulatory activity related to the mortgage servicing industry. They’re looking for 15+ years of substantial background in the banking, finance, or mortgage banking fields and political fields. You may wish to note language at the bottom of description indicating that job was apparently posted to the BOA site on Nov. 7, and will be un-posted on Friday, Nov. 14 – which qualifies as your deadline, I guess. Job ID # 0800058494.

Dow Jones Newswires has the early call out for a DC-based Intern to work on corporate/regulatory news next summer. Note: search under posted link for Washington, DC location. It appears this position is not posted under the “internships” link.

MWH claims to have planned, designed, built and managed many of the world’s largest and most technologically advanced projects and programs. They have listings for a Vice President/Dir. of Government Relations (as well as a “Sr.” version of the same) in their mCapitol Management subsidiary. If you can hunt through that first link to search for DC-based postings – and if you can develop business opportunities and expand their government relations/contracting reach – you’re their man or gal. DC-based Admin. Asst., Asset Project Manager, and Principal Client Services Manager opportunities also available.

For the open road enthusiasts among you, we offer up two jobs with the American Motorcycle AssociationWashington Representative and Grassroots Specialist (along with a Public Lands Manager position, presumably in the Pickerington, OH home base). Send me a postcard from Sturgis or Daytona if you get the job.

Humana Inc. seeks a Government Relations Director to manage legislative issues in areas like Medicare, commercial health insurance, and the TRICARE program. Successful candidate will be expert at “building human capitol” and can “act strategically.” Here’s a link to their main career page, if previous link is troublesome.

I am not exactly sure what the acronyms in the BPR, Public Affairs SME position with Northrop/Grumman in Norfolk, Va. stand for. Primary responsibilities include drafting a range of articles, fact sheets, bimonthly newsletter, pamphlets, brochures, and other public affairs documents, and in particular authoring 50-100 articles annually for posting to their public access website – along with podcasting and other online management duties. Some guesses: BPRSME – and more SME.

An anonymous nationwide nonprofit located in Princeton, NJ, is in the market for a Vice President of Corporate Communications (scroll to bottom of link) via Hawthorne Executive Search. Fifteen years experience in communications, strategic marketing, and branding might just punch your ticket.

Enough with these far-flung opportunities in Norfolk and NJ – DC-based association management firm The Roberts Group has an opening for an Assistant Director, Government Relations with legislative/regulatory experience in foods, drugs, cosmetics, or consumer products, especially relevant would be familiarity dealing with FDA, EPA, DOT, OSHA, TTB, Customs, DEA, and USDA.

The US Dept. of Agriculture has a slot for a Deputy to Director, Constituent & Web Services to help plan, develop, and direct a the e communications program for the Food Safety and Inspection Service. As the title implies, oversight of FSIS online communications activities is also a large part of the equation. Salary range: $98k-$127k; apply by Nov. 18. Announcement number: W-CPAO-2009-0006.

Also available until Nov. 18 is the Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist position with USDA/FSIS. Duties include: speechwriting for Under Secretary for Food Safety, the FSIS Administrator, and their respective deputies; publications/podcasting management; and coordinating meetings with consumer/industry groups. Salary range: $98k-$127k; Announcement number: W-CPAO-2009-0009.

Are you pro-dissent? Then perhaps you would like to serve as a Consultant to the Defending Dissent Foundation redesign their website and learn to use DreamWeaver. These folks were apparently founded in 1960 as the National Committee to Abolish HUAC.

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2 comments:

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