Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Ignorant-of-Tufte Types Need Not Apply!

The Director of Development, School of Nursing & Health Studies at Georgetown University will design, manage, and executes all fund raising activity for the program - and is expected to bring in $2M to $3M annual revenue, it appears.

We're getting mixed messages from the International Baccalaureate Organization; their School Communication Manger and Communications Manager, Policy & Outreach opportunities both sport Sept. 2 closing dates at the IBO site - but were also posted to the PRSA job board on Sept. 4 - School Communication Manager and Communications Manager, Policy & Outreach - and we even found them freshly listed on the Foreign Policy Association career site.

Multiple reasons to break out the periodic table and get your resume ready for the American Chemistry Council:

The Alban Institute has a spot available for a Fundraising & Membership Coordinator in their Herndon offices; their work helps support religious congregations nationwide.

The global humanitarians & poverty fighters at CARE seek an Assistant Vice President, Government Relations to help with their worthy work. Substantial government affairs/Hill background and international development experience are sought.

Two new chances to join the DC office of Google:

INPUT - Web Designer - $80k-$100k - quote to note: those unfamiliar with Jakob Nielsen’s and Edward Tufte’s work need not apply. And, no Irish, either.

Biogen/Idec - Senior Research Analyst, Government Affairs - looking for 3/5 years experience

You have until Sept. 9 to find Covington, Va. on the map and get your resume to MeadWestvaco for their Communications Coordinator job there.

The Computer Data Industry Association is seeking candidates for their Director of Government Affairs job; law degree required along with (of course) Capitol Hill experience.

The public affairs component of the Museum Aide job with the City of Alexandria doesn't seem all that significant, but perhaps you're still interested in the $27k-$45k they offer. Apply by Sept. 18, 5:00 pm to be exact.

McDermott, Will & Emery - Health Policy Analyst - focus will be on analyzing Medicare prospective payment systems as well as the regulatory processes related to Medicare coverage, coding, reimbursement and compliance

A couple possibly-relevant-to-your-search opportunities with the micro-finance advocates at the Grameen Foundation:

New with the US Global Leadership Council: their Communications Associate position requires at least 3-4 years of media, communications and website experience in a non-profit, campaign, trade association, Congressional office or similar environment.

We're not going to stray into the hospitality and events/meeting space very often here, but we'll make an exception for this Event Coordinator gig with the Compass Group.

A strong knowledge of Spanish is one of the essentials for the Program Coordinator (note: pdf link) post with the International Association of Women Judges.

Currently available with the Society for Neuroscience:

We can't believe we've so-far missed this Manager of Internal Communications posting with the glamorous-sounding Howard Hughes Medical Institute. We've thought HHMI would be a pretty keen place to work ever since seeing it profiled on 60 Minutes.

If something called "Geebo" is to be believed, the McLean Group, a national middle-market investment bank with offices across the United States (and Canada) is seeking a Communications Manager for public relations and marketing duties. If successful, you'll join this group of guys in ties, including this supposed recipient of your resume.

Agency for International Development - Policy Analyst - $120k-$153k - job ID AID-09-0160A-TS - apply by Sept. 17

Want to get into trafficking? Drugs, machine guns, exotic species - that kind of thing? The best we can do is this Publications Trafficker job with Vanguard Communications. Sorry.

Your job search tool of the day: don't forget the Monster-powered job section of the New York Times.

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