Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Cannot Think of Clever Title Today

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The Foreign Policy Initiative is a non-partisan think tank promoting continued U.S. engagement in the world, robust support for America's democratic allies, human rights and freedom in oppressive governments, a strong military defense budget, and international economic engagement. Seeking Interns for January-April term – apply by Dec. 17

Revive Public Relations will base these health services practice-related positions in Santa Barbara, CA or Nashville, TN – searches managed by Healthcare Recruiting:
  • National Practice Leader – requires 15+ years experience in strategic client counsel & team leadership/management, in PR, issues/crisis management, investor relations, and/or media relations engagements.
  • Senior/Executive Vice President – 12+ years of similar experience desired
Institute of Museum & Library ServicesProgram Assistant – $42k-$67k – communications & public affairs position – job ID: IMLS-11-410970 – apply by Dec. 17

New at the American Enterprise Institute since our October Think Tank Special (scroll down):
The Smithsonian National Zoological Park (aka the National Zoo) seeks a seasoned and dynamic fundraising leader to serve as its Chief Advancement Officer. Winning hire for this newly created position will have demonstrated success in closing major gifts from individuals, corporations, and foundations, including soliciting gifts from a national constituency – search managed by Diversified Search.

United Nations Foundation
WalMart seeks DC-based Admin Assistant – we have no idea if it’s part of their government affairs operation here

Aerospace Industries AssociationAssistant Vice President, Legislative Affairs – seeking candidates with experience related to Congressional Appropriations and Authorization processes as well as legislation impacting civil aviation programs.

Capitol Hill:
Korn/Ferry has been hard at work for a month looking for a new Chief Executive Officer for the School Nutrition Association, so help ‘em out and get that application in – National Harbor location.

National Children’s Museum:
Sister Cities InternationalIntern opportunities

Women for Women International has just posted this call for a Major Donor Research Strategy Intern for the Spring term – other Intern opportunities of mid-Oct. vintage also shown

Special OlympicsCoordinator, Guest Management and Intern,Guest Scheduling positions available to help support the 2011 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Athens – can also search here.

Open Society Initiative – New York:
The death- (or estate-) tax opposing American Family Business Institute seeks Director of Development – see their correct .org website here

American Institute for Architects:
It’s refreshing to see folks in this town who are proudly pro-pork – the National Pork Producer’s Council, to be specific, who seek a Spring 2011 Communications Intern of the paid (in real money, and probably bacon, too) variety.

Pew Charitable Trusts:
Associated Builders & General Contractors Senior Director of Legislative Affairs

  • Director, Editorial Services – helps define the corporate positioning for PBS and act as a centralized resource to develop messaging for multiple forms of communications, including talking points, position papers, opinion pieces, brochures, presentations, reports, and press materials
  • Director, Station Development Services – proactively works with member stations to provide assistance with corporate and individual giving practices
  • several Internships and admin positions also available
Equal Opportunity Employment Commission Director, Legislative Affairs Staff – $123k-$155k – job ID: D10OCLA416638-282-LES – apply by Dec. 28

It’s been a while since we’ve checked in with our special-relationship pals at the British Embassy:

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