Monday, March 28, 2011

We See Donuts in Your Future

Let's start with a shorter-than-usual run of previously-noted jobs closing this week:

Carnegie Endowment for World PeaceWeb Editor, Nuclear Research Policy ProgramMar. 28

Adventist Development & Relief Agency
Fundraiser – Ontario, Canada – Mar. 31

Embassy of CanadaIntern & Event Coordinator – one year term - $41k – Mar. 31

Nature Conservancy (use advanced search and job # or scroll back to find):
National Credit Union AdministrationDeputy Director of Legislative Affairs – $107k-$178k – job ID: PACA-11-DEU-094DGW – Apr. 1

University of MarylandCoordinator for Special Events & External RelationsApr. 1


The green/progressive Public Interest Network coalition seeks National Field Director to develop and manage effective field work infrastructure and programs nationwide. Track record of success managing staff and implementing effective field/grassroots campaigns required – DC, Boston, MA or Denver, CO location.

Institute for Humane Studies
– searches managed by Talent Market:
We just happened across this notice for the National Education Association's Mar. 31 Internship Fair – must register by Mar. 29

We wonder if eBay looks up your feedback score if you apply for this Manager, Government Relations (search DC location or req # 48426BR) position – experience with public policy issues related to internet commerce desired.

Award-winning, anonymous boutique PR firmMedia Account Manager – ideal candidate will have 2-3 years PR account management experience, with excellent background in media relations; agency experience preferred.

Sempra EnergyGovernment Affairs Analyst – manages, reviews and participates in policy development on federal legislative and regulatory issues.

Chlopak, Leonard, Schechter & Associates:
Dunkin BrandsGovernment Affairs Manager – we hope you can limit yourself on the free samples of their fine products in the office kitchen; we don’t think we could, ourselves. Can also search here, via DC location.

American Medical AssociationEditorial/Research Intern – Chicago, IL

Opportunities near and far with grassroots advocacy group Direct Impact:
Bureau of Land ManagementPublic Affairs Specialist – $74k-$115k – 1-2 year term – job ID: WO-DEU-2011-0009 – apply by Apr. 14

Digital Globe operates a sophisticated commercial earth-imaging satellite constellation to amass the largest database of high resolution imagery in the world. Your place in this probably very cool operation: Government Relations Director. TS/SCI clearance or ability to obtain one required.

Multiple grad-level and undergrad Intern (search DC location) opportunities with pharma concern Amgen – one particularly interesting position involves research projects on policy issues for emerging markets such as Brazil, Russia, Mexico and Turkey

Your window for summer internship fun at APCO Worldwide has closed – so you had better get to work on the Fall 2011 Intern application soon, Sparky.

In addition to this presumably fresh Vice President of Communications opportunity with the Aerospace Industries Association, we note these previously found AVP Legislative Affairs (see our mid-Dec. post) and Director of Executive Communications (circa late Jan.) listings.

Blue Cross/Blue Shield Association:
American Pharmacists AssociationSenior Lobbyist

Mystery employer seeks Director/VP Communications hire – $80k – partial work from home lifestyle possible

Sustained Dialogue Campus NetworkProgram Director – $28k-$33k

Manufacturers AllianceEditor – proficiency in proofreading , facility with footnotes and attachment to AP & Chicago styles required.

George Washington University
(scroll to find or use posting #):
American Bankers AssociationSenior Assistant, Public Relations

Big deal law firm Hogan Lovells has a fresh (at most a week old) call for a for an Internal Communications Manager – this sounds like something you could handle.

Open Society InstituteProgram Assistant – apply by Apr. 22 – more available, New York & international

Monday’s job resource: the job board of the Education Writers Association

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