Monday, December 15, 2008

I Study Nuclear Science

Previously-cited opportunities closing this week:

Anonymous public sector labor organization
Political Representative – low $60k range – Monday, Dec. 15
Political Secretary – low $50k range – Monday, Dec. 15

Food & Drug AdministrationPublic Affairs Specialist – $48k-$91k – job ID: HHS-FDA-5-2009-0093 – Monday, Dec. 15

Nixon CenterInternship opportunityMonday, Dec. 15

Republican National CommitteeInternship opportunityMonday, Dec. 15

US Commission Intl. Religious FreedomInternship opportunityMonday, Dec. 15

Worldwatch InstituteClimate and Energy Program DirectorMonday, Dec. 15

Army Training & Doctrine CommandExecutive Liaison Officer (Bilingual) – $98k-$127k – job ID: SCEA08624751D1 – Tuesday, Dec. 16

Department of Homeland SecurityExecutive Assistant – $58k-$109k – job ID: DHSHQ09-3007 – Wednesday, Dec. 17

Government Accountability OfficeHealth Care Graduate Intern – multiple opportunities and locations, including DC – $38k-$49k – job ID: GAO-09-HC-0347-01 – Friday, Dec. 19

United Nations FoundationOnline Communications OfficerFriday, Dec. 19

An anonymous DC nonprofit research and public policy organization seeks a Director of Communications (use job ID EPPQ4779) with 10-15 years strategic communications & public policy experience. Organization appears to be oriented towards work in the social sciences. Via Utah-based recruitment firm Varara.

A listing with a caveat: clean energy firm EnerNOC is referenced as looking for a DC-based Senior Manager of Western Regulatory Affairs in this late November VentureLoop listing – however the EnerNOC career page shows no regulatory affairs jobs currently available (several marketing opportunities are available). So, there’s a definite likelihood this position has been filled and/or the description is otherwise outdated, but if you’re looking hard for an energy regulatory job, it may still be worth investigating. Note: we usually wouldn’t list a probably-outdated job like this, but we’re making an exception for an interesting sounding position.

Comprint Military Publications has an immediate opening for a full-time General Assignment Reporter in its DC Navy Yard-area office. Quark &/or PageMaker knowledge a must.

Staying on the news beat – WNAV (1430 AM, Annapolis, MD) is scanning the dial for a News Director (part time news anchor and DJ/board-op slots also available). Some local broadcasting trivia for you – WNAV is partially owned by this TV legend (who is actually a genuinely great guy in real life).

We featured this Director of Regulatory Affairs opportunity with Amgen in our Nov. 17 issue. Now it appears Amgen has added a similar item to their holiday shopping list – an Executive Director for Global Regulatory Intelligence. For more perspective – and to also see a Senior Manager, Regulatory Affairs posting, you should probably just search for DC opportunities at the Amgen careers page.

General Dynamics Information Technology is in search mode for a Strategic Communications Program Manager (search using job ID 151381) with 8+ years of communications and public affairs experience for activities including messaging, and web site development, and staff supervision.

Medical device/equipment manufacturer BD would like to bring aboard a Regulatory Affairs Specialist to manage regulatory submissions required to market new or modified medical devices and in vitro diagnostic devices domestically and abroad. Wants for this Baltimore-based position include knowledge of U.S. and European medical device and in vitro diagnostic regulatory requirements, as well as familiarity with US and Euro lab practices and quality standards. You can also use job ID REG0001A at BD careers site if previous link does not work.

Cool internship alert – Intern, Nuclear Public Affairs (Summer 2009) with Dominion Resources in Richmond, Va. Other public affairs/communications intern opportunities – mostly Richmond based – can also be found by looking up intern/coop opportunities at the Dominion career site, as well as another Nuke PA internship in Waterford, CT.

Are you one of those web-development types with a litany of relevant skills in HTML, Java, L, CSS, .Net, ASP, PERL, Cold-Fusion and SQL? And, even better, do you have a DoD security clearance? If so, Preferred Security Solutions is one of the many many many DC-area technology competing for your services – in their case, for this Web Developer position.

You’ve got until Dec. 26 to apply to be Public Affairs Specialist with the Bureau of Reclamation, US Dept. of Interior. Duties include: producing information for external stakeholders (Congress, other agencies), writing/editing brochures, press releases & the like, and some media work. Pay range is $48k-$75k, job ID: BR-WO-2008-284

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