Thursday, April 15, 2010

" ... and we're back"

1-2) American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education:
3) American College of RadiologySenior Marketing Manager

4) American Society of Landscape ArchitectsCommunications & Advocacy Internships – two positions available

5-7) Amnesty International:
8) BombardierManager, Government Relations (search DC location or req ID S-CAN-680)

9) Bread for the WorldSenior International Policy Analyst for Hunger & Nutrition – apply by May 7

10) Bureau of Land ManagementStudent Trainee, Public Affairs – $34k-$54k – job ID: SEEP-2010-0082 – apply by Apr. 27

11-12) Bureau of National Affairs:
13-16) Capitol Hill opportunities:
17) Chemical Producers & Distributors AssociationDirector, Legislative Affairs

18) Chesapeake Bay FoundationCongressional Relations Manager – apply by Apr. 23

19) Dept. of the NavyPublic Affairs Specialist – $51k-$67k – job ID: NW0-1035-09-K1648748-DE – Patuxent River NAS, MD – apply by Apr. 16

20-22) General Electric:
23-24) Greenpeace:
25-28) Institute for International Finance (scroll down):
29-30) Planned Parenthood Federation of America:
31) Smith & NephewSenior Vice President, Government Affairs & Reimbursement – search DC location or tracking # 2010313)

32) Unknown governmental entityPublic Affairs Program Specialist – 4-to-5 month contract hire – search managed by DB Concepts

33-37) US Chamber of Commerce:
38) Westinghouse Electric/Toshiba Corp.Associate Director, Government & International Affairs (search DC location or req # 9343BR)


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James Mac said...

Great compilation. Do you list academic jobs as well ?

Gordon Barnes said...

James Mac - we don't do faculty/instructional jobs - but we did a special edition in Dec. 09 of public affairs/communications jobs at area colleges - - you'll see a link to the main careers page for the colleges there as well as the old listings, so it might still be pretty useful.