Friday, February 12, 2010

Maybe Too Swinging

A happy dig-it-out or return-to-the-office Friday from your favorite™ public affairs & communications jobs resource.

Americans for the Arts
Leadership Alliances Associate – experience in a donor services, development, prospect research, or events department for an arts nonprofit organization or university desired

A pair of DC-based advocacy jobs and a bunch of Dallas-located opportunities noted with Susan G. Komen for the Cure:
Constellation Energy - Director of Nuclear Communications (search job ID 101601) - Baltimore, MD - your friends may make China Syndrome references, but it still sounds pretty great to us.

The Alliance for Community Media wants resumes over the transom by 5:00 pm on Feb. 26 for their Executive Director position. $80k-$100k salary promised. Search managed by Meridian Services.

Little-known fact about the DCPA+CJ crew: we are pension obligation obsessives.* So, think of us when you’re cashing your paychecks at the National Public Pension Coalition as:
Karamah: Muslim Lawyers for Human Rights:
The Cornell-affiliated Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management seeks DC-based Executive Director - $80k-$100k - apply by Mar. 10

Public Health Foundation - Marketing & Communications Internships (pdf)

Heinz Center for Science, Economics & the Environment:
New York Committee for Occupational Safety & HealthDirector of Public Affairs – $64k-$69k – New York

New with the Zeno Group since our mid-January PR Jobs Special (scroll to bottom for DC-based opportunities):
American University – scroll to find Library Specialist ($18-$19/hr) and Staff Assistant, Faculty Senate ($19-$22/hr).

The DC HQ of the Marijuana Policy Project sounds like a pretty swinging place to work these days. Maybe things are a little more laid back and less-gropey in the San Francisco Bay area, where a Development Officer job awaits. Or, join in the local fun by getting on their temp work list.

For your Friday job resource – you may or may not be too late for this month-old PR Director opportunity, but you might as well add communications/pr search firm Charet & Associates to the watch list.

*admittedly, we’re obsessives about an embarrassingly wide range of stuff.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Maybe you guys could include this in your next post

United States Olympic Committee

United States Bowling Congress - E-Learning Instructional Developer