Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Computer Restored, Codes Cracked

We're finally back to normal-ish operations with a mid-afternoon snack to hold you over until tomorrow:

American Rights at Work:
Some excellent and confirmed-fresh opportunities with Teach for America:
In putting together Monday’s previously-found jobs closing this week feature, we found a few recent opportunities that have extended their application deadlines:
Our pals at Talent Market are assisting the Moving Picture Institute (promoting freedom through film) in their search for a New York- or remote-based Director of Development. Now playing: The Cartel.

Warren Communications NewsInternet Policy/Business Reporter – for self-anointed award-winning hard news company, doing Wall Street Journal-type reporting that's read by the highest executives in business and government.

US-China Economic & Security Review Commission:
Spain, yet againCRT/tanaka is seeking a Junior Manager/Senior Account Exec based in their New York office to work on trade support for a major Spanish wine region account. Please send us a case – ok, a bottle – if you're hired.

Work in Sports brings you a lightly-anonymous Sports Information Director opportunity with a selective state-supported liberal arts and sciences university of 4,800 students located on the Virginia Peninsula between Williamsburg and Virginia Beach competing in NCAA’s Division III – apply by May 19. We’re pretty sure we’ve cracked the code on this one.

The National Association of Foreign Trade Zones is seeking is seeking a motivated and experienced Communications/Membership professional. You: strong work ethic, good interpersonal skills, sense of humor, integrity, discretion, collaboration, and a commitment to excellence.

The National Minority AIDS Council has an immediate need for a Development Manager – search managed by Talent Pro

New Capitol Hill finds:
see you Thursday, with a big haul anticipated

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