Friday, October 23, 2009

Friday w/ Your Favorite

Happy Friday from your favorite public affairs and communications jobs resource!

Treasury Dept./Office of Inspector General for Tax Administration
Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist – $120k-$153k – job ID 10-TIGTA-004P – apply by Nov. 3

Currently sought by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine:
The McIntire School of Commerce Foundation at the University of Virginia is in search of an Assistant Director, Graduate Marketing & Admissions (scroll down) to help lure aspirants for their Master of Science in the Management of Information Technology Program to leafy and generally-all-around-pleasant Charlottesville, Va.

The American Forest & Paper Association ISO Manager, State Government Affairs – and also still broadcast interest in Director of Government Affairs candidates – perhaps the same position as this one we noted back in August.

Federal Reserve/Board of GovernorsCongressional Liaison Assistant – $52k-$65k – job ID 7187 – apply by Oct. 31

The open period for Contract Specialist with the Congressional Budget Office runs to March 10, 2010 – we’re guessing they’ll fill it earlier than that, however. This $50k-$80k opportunity is a little off of our usual track, but we imagine one of you has the two years' experience in government purchasing or contracting they seek. More CBO job info/opportunities here.

A caveat – we think we’ve seen a lot of these many opportunities with the World Resources Institute previously listed, even a good ways back. Unfortunately, the blogger search feature isn’t very effective of late, so it's hard for us to double-check.

Recent offerings from Management Sciences for Health:
We think this is a new one: GooglePolicy Associate, Public Policy & Government Relations – and we’re certain we haven’t seen the Academic Relations Manager listing before.

For your far-flung-Friday needs, take a look at Sierra ClubAssociate Press Secretary – one year term – Los Angeles, CA

And, staying with that interest area and locale: Climate Policy InitiativeCommunications Director – San Francisco, CA – search managed by California Environmental Associates

Holy ____, this sounds great: Experimental Aircraft AssociationDirector of Corporate Communications – and also available, Manager for Convention Administration (a pretty cool convention, we're certain) – Oshkosh, WI. These people have their own B-17, for chrissakes! We're jealous of you already.

Have 10 years of experience with healthcare programs, humanitarian assistance from relief to developments, and work with civil society capacity building RFPs? Proposal Writer with the International Medical Corps might be your thing.

Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education NetworkPublic Policy Associate, State & Federal – opportunities in New York also available

Their links seem a little messed-up this a.m., but don't let that put you off checking out this Senior Policy Coordinator slot with the DC Primary Care Association.

The American Medical Association is set to add another Lobbyist to the roster. Must have at least two years experience as: an administrative assistant or legislative assistant to a Member of Congress; staff to a congressional committee; or legislative representative for another organization. Can also search here.

The Director, External Affairs for First Wind will establish a series of effective, credible relationships with key members of the community, including public officials of the elected and appointed varieties.

AT&T is calling for an Assistant to support three lobbyists in their federal relations office.

SEIU/United Healthcare Workers East has enlisted the Potomac Group to help them find a media-savvy Senior Communications Coordinator (pdf) with commitment to labor/progressive ideals. High $60k – Baltimore, MD.

Vegas, baby! Las Vegas Sands CorpCoordinator of Political & Community Outreach – and yes, it's actually located in Las Vegas, NV (as in: you ust be able to work in a fast-paced, busy environment) – you can also search here, under legal category for more info.

Forget the Friday career resource, forget Jobstoberfest! and celebrate your own personal Octoberfest at the long-awaited and newly-opened ChurchKey plus Birch&Barley in DC.

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