American Rights at Work:
Teach for America:
- Director, Government Affairs
- Director, Regional Communications – location flexible: DC, Boston, New York preferred
- Managing Director, District Relations & Placement Strategy – location flexible, New York preferred
- many more TFA opportunities in DC area and nationwide
- Dept. of Health & Human Services – Public Affairs Specialist - $51k-$67k – job ID: HHS-OIG-2010-0128 – apply by May 28
- Arabella Philanthropic Advisors – Associate Director – apply by May 26
- Open Society Institute – Program Officer, Health Budget Monitoring and Advocacy Project/Public Health Watch – apply by May 31
Warren Communications News – Internet 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:
- Admin Program Assistant (pdf) - $38k-$45k – apply by May 19
- Travel & Procurement Assistant (pdf) - $51k-$62k – apply by May 19
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:
- Mystery Democrat – Scheduler/Executive Assistant and Staff Assistant opportunities – Spanish fluency and Puerto Rico ties a plus
- Moderate & Midwestern Republican – Staff Assistant
- and, don't forget the always-useful Senate Employment Bulletin
see you Thursday, with a big haul anticipated