Friday, June 11, 2010

"If there's something strange, and it don't look good ...."

Sequels, synagogues, Charm City politics and life in Lynchburg – it's just another Friday at your favorite™ public affairs & communications jobs resource.

Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine:
The Office of the Baltimore City Council President seeks a tech-savvy individual, who has a strong writing and editing background & prior experience managing an html-based website; proficient in Dreamweaver and Adobe software. Duties include re-designing and managing political web site; revamping newsletter and taking over responsibilities associated with weekly distribution; assisting in writing brief speeches, talking points & press releases. Video editing experience is a plus.

German Marshall Fund of the US:
For your far-flung Friday needs, Boston-based MassEquality, a grassroots organization working to achieve full equality for the LGBT community, seeks Manager of Communications & Public Education

Far-flung – and scattered – assorted communications opportunities with FTI Consulting in New York, Chicago, Boston & Houston & San Francisco – many are at senior level

Dominion ResourcesMedia/Community Relations Manager (search job req 11727BR) – Norfolk, Va.

Bank Information Center:
  • Executive Assistant – $30k – great opportunity for someone (like, you) seeking exposure in international affairs, especially on issues relating to development, international human rights, and the environment – apply by June 20
  • Middle East & North Africa Program Intern – seeking candidates from Lebanon – Arabic (and English) spoken and written language skills are essential – six month term, July-October preferred – apply by June 20
Help keep the funds flowing for Freedom Works’ fight for lower taxes, less government, and more economic freedom as Donor Relations Coordinator

Hasn’t it always been your dream to work for a multinational pharma concern whose logo is modeled after an ancient Egyptian bronze statuette of a bull that embodies Ptah, the god of science and art? Your time is now, with Novo Nordisk as their Director of Public Policy. We think this all somehow relates to the plot of Ghostbusters III: Dr. Venkman Goes to Washington*

Reserve Officers Association seeks Editor for its bimonthly professional journal, The Officer, and to establish a new online magazine presence – apply by June 25

Politico is looking to add an Office Manager to the operation.

For a change of pace, some not-really-public-affairs-oriented jobs with Georgetown University:
Peace CorpsSupervisory Development/Fundraising Specialist – $65k-$96k – job ID: DPC10-A0155-SH – apply by June 22

Population Services International:
Sixth & I Street Historic SynagogueCommunications Associate – Requires 2-3 years of experience working in communications and/or new media, along with knowledge of Jewish culture, holidays, and traditions.

Center for Development & Population Activities – internationally recognized profit working to improve the lives of women & girls in developing countries:
We've enjoyed our occasional visits to Virginia's City of Seven Hills; maybe you'll have a good time, too, as Director of Communications & Marketing for Lynchburg College. We highly recommend the Cheesy Western at the Texas Inn.

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children:
The next Development Director for Teach for America will be instrumental in driving efforts to meet an $8 million fundraising goal this year and play a critical role in their 2015 strategic plan by helping to secure $15 million in base funding over the next few years. And you thought you were just going to coast along and take it easy this summer.

* For better or worse, there might actually be a Ghostbusters III. Our money's on worse.

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