Wednesday, December 30, 2009

The Year In Review

For our last post of 2009, we'd like to take a fond look back at highlights (and lowlights) from the 274 posts that comprise DCPA+CJ's first full calender year of operation, and revisit some of the special moments ....

How about a bunch of great new jobs instead?

1) American Academy of Child & Adolescent PsychiatryGrassroots Advocacy Manager

2) Anonymous nonprofit dedicated to the advancement of scienceExecutive Assistant

3-4) Center for Clean Air Policy:
5) Emerald Cities CollaborativeExecutive Director

6) Farm SanctuaryDirector of Education & Advocacy – DC, NYC or Watkins Glen, NY location

7-10) Georgetown University:
11) Henry L. Stimson CenterSenior Communications Professional

12-15) Inova Health Systems:
16) ManTech International Corp. Executive Director, Organizational Communications (search req ID 33705BR) – must be able to obtain Top Secret clearance

17) National Association of Insurance CommissionersGovernment Relations Policy & Legislative Analyst (click on job openings tab to find) – $66k-$107k

18-20) National Trust for Historic Preservation:
21-24) Nature Conservancy – search by job ID or scroll back to find:
25) Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsPublic Affairs Specialist, Environmental Readiness Division – $40k-$91k – job ID: NW9-1035-02-4I531655-DE – apply by Jan. 5

26) Office of the Director of National IntelligenceExecutive Assistant – $86k-$113k – job ID: PB037 – apply by Jan 2

27-31) Pan American Health Organization – Spanish language skills required for all of the following:
32-34) Pew Charitable Trusts:
35) Progressive Policy InstituteDirector of Development

36) Transit Workers UnionLegislative Assistant

Happy New Year from your favorite™ public affairs
& communications jobs resource!

3 comments:

Pamster said...

Just an appreciation comment for your wonderful wonderful blog. Thank you!!! This is an awesome site and has been an amazing resource. You all are amazing. Thanks.

Ian Wilker said...

I second Pamster. Y'all give great signal-to-noise — and what's more, you're witty! I'm in my sixth month of grinding through the horrid drudgery of a job search, and a little humor here and there is like sweet, cool water to a man lost in the desert.

Gordon Barnes said...

Thanks for the kind words! More jobs and occasional nonsense to come in January and beyond. Happy hunting in 2010. GB