Friday, April 29, 2011

Royal Welcome

Roll out the red carpets and cue the fanfare: once again, a breathless world watches as a proud institution (with a somewhat checkered recent history) adds a new member to the family – welcome to the Redskins, Ryan Kerrigan!

And yes, we’re happy for Will & Kate, too – as are your future colleagues at the British Embassy, especially those who are already into their third celebratory Mimosa this morning. Manager, Cultural Relations & Networks – $60k – apply by May 2

Current opportunities with M+R Strategic Services – a public affairs firm supporting the public interest nonprofit sector:
  • Communications Account Exec – DC-based – seeking candidates w/ two to three years of communications experience; prior PR agency, consulting or other client-facing experience strongly preferred
  • Online Associate – DC, Boston or New York
  • Nonprofit Web Developer – looking for temporary and permanent hires – DC, Boston or New York
  • Vice President, Online – evaluate & direct online communications programs/activities for nonprofit clients
This fine Summer Research Internship with the American Society for Landscape Architects is reserved for candidates who are currently enrolled in a Master’s or PhD program in landscape architecture, architecture, urban planning, public policy or administration, environmental studies, or related field – apply by May 6.

Opportunities with Eagle Publishing, home of subtle political discourse (scroll down to find):
For your far-flung Friday needs – decamp to Iowa and academia as Vice President for Communications with Grinnell CollegeIsaacson, Miller leads the search.

ACA–the Association of Credit & Collections Professionals:
Public Affairs CouncilCommunications & Editorial Director – looking for candidate with at least ten years worth of relevant experience

OMB Watch – raking muck and shining a bright light in dark corners since 1983:
Education for Employment works to create job opportunities for unemployed youth in the Middle East and North Africa via professional & technical training that leads to career-building jobs. Scroll down to find DC-based Manager of Development (apply my May 18) position and Intern info – also seeking in-region Senior Country Manager candidates.

AmgenSenior Manager, Corporate Affairs (search using keyword 9463BR) – Berlin, Germany – and, yes, job description is completely in the crisp & enduring language of Goethe.

The IJIS Institute represents companies who collaborate with local, state, tribal, and federal agencies to provide technical assistance, training, and support services for information exchange and technology initiatives – seeking Communications Specialist – Ashburn, Va. location – and, no, we don’t know what the formatting test entails.

American Council on Education
Building Concierge – which basically sounds like receptionist at the elevator bank, who doesn’t have to answer phones – living the dream, you’ll be.

Happy Friday from DCPA+CJ! We'll be toasting Will & Kate (and Ryan) and watching the Caps at our usual spot. We hope your weekend gets off to a good start, too.

1 comment:

Gordon Barnes said...

ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability Summer Internship Program 2011 - Washington, D.C.

ICLEI USA seeks a communications intern in its Washington, D.C. Executive Office to help with daily activities, including press outreach, social/new media work, and compiling press clips, among others. You will be working closely with a seasoned Washington, D.C. Director of Communications and learning hands-on media relations and communications strategy from the ground up. The D.C. office is quite active as it interacts with every region and every programmatic area within ICLEI USA and its national and international partners.

Interested candidates should be juniors or seniors in college or graduate students with an interest
in energy and environmental issues. Previous writing and blogging experience is a plus.

Please forward a cover letter and resume to: Guillermo Meneses, Director of Communications, ICLEI

ICLEI is the leading membership association of local governments committed to advancing climate protection and sustainable development. Since its inception in 1990, ICLEI has grown to include over 1,200 cities in the world, more than 600 of which are in the United States. ICLEI USA members represent 30% of the U.S. population.