Monday, November 16, 2009


If the previously-anemic local gridiron club can rack up a respectable 27 points of punters-throwing-touchdown-passes offense – well then, the least we can do is bring you a solid 38 jobs/internships from 21 potential employers. But first, let's revisit previously-referenced opportunities closing this week:

Council of Better Business BureausSenior Vice President/Chief Marketing OfficerNov. 16

International Union of Painters and Allied Trades
Lobbyist – offices currently located in DC, but moving to Hanover, MD in near future – Nov. 17

Dept. of EnergyMarketing & Communications Specialist – $86k-$113k – job ID: ARRAHQ-09-DirHir-EE0-0005 – Nov. 18

World Health OrganizationProgram Management SpecialistNov. 18

National Archives & Records AdministrationDeputy Director, Congressional Affairs – $98k-$127k – job ID JD294359 – Nov. 18

Bipartisan Policy CenterPublic Affairs CoordinatorNov. 19

World BankCommunications Officer – Human Development Network – Nov. 19

Asia Society:
Association of Alternative NewsweekliesExecutive DirectorNov. 20

Open Society Initiative:
Brookings Institution:

Help keep the funds flowing for the important work of the CureSearch National Childhood Cancer Foundation as Vice President of Development; proven fundraising success a must. They are also looking for an experienced Executive Administrator to assist the CEO.

We’re not sure of the vintage of all of these, but here’s a rundown of what’s currently listed with Conservation International:
BAE Systems seeks:
Recent-to-new with the American Institute for Architects:
Not really in our usual wheelhouse, but a few of you might be interested in and qualified for Trade Show Coordinator (search job req 143111BR) with Lockheed-Martin.

Coldstream-Homestead-Montebello Community CorporationCommunity Organizer – $30k-$40k – Baltimore, MD – apply by Nov. 30

National Institutes of HealthPublic Affairs Specialist – $60k-$95k – job ID: HHS/NIH-2010-0277 – apply by Nov. 24

Join food-services giant Sodexo, in Gaithersburg, MD (search under communications category or by req id):
Georgetown University has recently re-opened their search for an importantly-titled Chief Strategy & Communications Officer for their School of Continuing Studies. Leadership in digital technology & communications, along with significant budget-management experience, is sought.

Recently found opportunities in the Arlington, Va. offices of PR stalwart Golin Harris:
The National Propane Gas Association seeks a Communications Coordinator for the plentiful passel of tasks that always seem to get assigned to communications coordinator types.

The AARP Foundation has enlisted DRI Consulting to help them identify and enlist their next President (pdf), leading a staff of 204 and managing a nine-figure budget.

America World Adoption Association is seeking a full-time PR Coordinator to work in its McLean, Virginia office. Statement of Christian faith required as part of the application process.

The Huffington Post Investigative Fund seeks a part-time Publishing Assistant to support their muck-raking and mischief-making activities; pay in the $12-$15/hr. range.

Rights & Resources InternationalStrategic Analysis Intern (pdf) – early Dec. to May 2010 term – apply by Nov. 20

The RAND Corporation is in hiring mode for a DC-based Legislative Analyst (go to advanced search, job ID 2450). High school AV-club alumni might prove a good fit for their Digital Media Specialist slot (2408).

American Bar Association:
The Project on Middle East Democracy will begin reviewing Spring (as in Jan-May) Policy Intern applications on Nov. 18. So get to it!

St. Johns University (in colorful Queens, NY) is in search mode for an Executive Director of Marketing & Communications. Can also search here, via administrative/professional category.

The social justice champions at PowerPAC – est. 2004 – seek a Vice President for Policy & Advocacy (aka: Director, Washington Office).

The Transportation for America Campaign is emphatically now hiring:
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