Saturday, March 21, 2009

(Don't Go Back to) Rockville

The Post notes that unemployment is particularly low in the I-270 corridor, the Terps play a big game today, we’ve always particularly liked their kinda-violent state song, and we still miss the Free State's once-iconic local brew – so it seems like a natural that this week's Saturday diversion pokes around to find a few interesting jobs – mostly of the public affairs and communications variety – in Maryland:

American Cancer Society
Community Fundraiser/Educator – Baltimore – six month temporary position, no benefits – apply by Mar. 31

American Nurses Association
Assistant Director, Constituent Member Relations – $75k-$85k – Silver Spring

College Savings Plans of Maryland
Public Affairs Officer – Baltimore – apply by Apr. 6

Cox Communications
Executive Assistant, Travel Channel (search job ID 30134 or Chevy Chase location) – several intern opportunities can also be found by searching Chevy Chase

Director of Public Affairs – Baltimore – apply by Mar. 24search here, via Baltimore location, if link not cooperative – also available: Director of Federal Affairs – search DC location, apply by Mar. 24

Deloitte Consulting
Outreach Communications Lead, Airport Operations – Baltimore

Discovery Communications
Vice President, Marketing Strategy (search using req number 8521) – Silver Spring

Earth Resources Technology
- Silver Spring:
National Institutes of HealthPublic Affairs Specialist – $86k-$133k – job ID HHS/NIH-2009-1725 – apply by Mar. 27

Northrop Grumman
Protocol Officer – Laurel

Pitney Bowes
Director of Government Marketing – Lanham

Sister to Sister: The Women’s Heart Health Foundation
Vice President, Marketing & Communications – Chevy Chase – search managed by Sterling Martin Associates

SRA International
Public Relations & Communications Professional – work in support of NIH – Bethesda – search here, using req number 22364BR if link fails

TIG Global
Executive Assistant – Chevy Chase – other web marketing and intern opportunities can be found here

Editor, Health Communications – Rockville

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