Friday, November 5, 2010


We're back to what passes for normal-ish operations around here today, including the higher-than-usual proportion of out-of-town opportunities we usually bring on Fridays.

Our friends at Talent Market can help you get out of DC:
The free-market advocates at State Policy Network have an opening for a part- to full-time, paid Development Intern. Position begins in early January 2011 and extends to the end of the school year, with the possibility of extending through summer.

American University:
Association of Farmworker Opportunity ProgramsCommunications Intern and Health & Safety Programs Intern (scroll down)

Conservation InternationalCoordinator, Public Funding – this position will track and maintain all donor information in Raiser's Edge database and will be responsible for the integrity of the public funding data to ensure the team's compliance with institutional policy.

Edelman PR:
Do you possess the ability to maintain schedules, prioritize, and manage multiple tasks? Good with computer? How about strong written, oral and analytical skills? And how’s your knowledge of Baltimore philanthropic community? Affirmative answers (or ability to fake it, we suppose) may qualify you for Program & Communications Associate post with the Marion I. & Henry J. Knott Foundation – Baltimore, MD – apply by Nov. 26

Greater Baltimore Medical Center HealthcareVice President of Development/Foundation President (pdf) – Baltimore, MD – search managed by Freeman Philanthropic Services – apply by Nov. 24

Application deadline is Nov. 15 for Jan.-May Internship opportunities with the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies – the internship does not require specialized expertise in the nonproliferation field, but candidates should be highly motivated, have the ability to work independently, and be interested in and knowledgeable about foreign affairs.

Capitol Hill:
Multiple Internship types (and a circa-August Communications Specialist position) shown available with People for the American Way.

The College Board, a national not-for-profit association of schools, colleges and universities founded to aid the transition of students from secondary school to higher education, seeks DC-based Executive Director of Policy Research for its Advocacy & Policy Center. Isaacson, Miller is running the search. Project Manager, Advocacy position is available in the New York office.

The American Petroleum Council is looking to exile someone to the heartland as Executive Director, Indiana Petroleum Council – we’re guessing Indianapolis, specifically. Ten + years of experience in government relations, state government or with a major trade association required.

The College of American Pathologists seeks Assistant Director, Public Health and Scientific Affairs with an advanced degree in Public Health, Health Policy/Public Policy or similar relevant area, plus a minimum of 5 years experience in policy analysis in health policy legislation and regulations, as well as significant prior experience with health IT policy.

The University of Maryland seeks a Director of Development, New York Region to bring in cash for the Smith School of Business – experience in a business school setting and/or New York work experience are preferred – apply by Nov. 13 – can also search here, using position # 110828 – location uncertain, at least by our reading.

Council on Foreign RelationsResearch Associate, Asia – New York

Latest from the Pew Charitable Trusts:
Finally, fancy NYC-import Gilt City is seeking candidates with expert knowledge of the DC luxury market with an established network of tastemakers and service providers for a position they designate as Curator. Naturally, we ask for – nay, demand! – some luxe swag if one of you snag this job.

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