Monday, April 4, 2011

Same Old Song & Dance

Another Monday – the weather is warming, the Nats are struggling, the Caps are surging, noted motivational speaker Charlie Sheen is ranting, and DCPA+CJ is once again leading off with previously noted jobs closing this week:

Dept. of Homeland Security:
EnCompassInternational Development Communications Staffer (pdf) – Apr. 4

Open Society InstituteInternational Director of the Publish What You Pay program - London, UK – Apr. 4

University of MarylandAssistant Director for Development, Office of Multi-Ethnic Student EducationApr. 4

Animal Defenders InternationalDevelopment Associate – Los Angeles, CA – Apr. 5

International Finance Corp.Communications Officer – foreign language skills a plus – apply by Apr. 5

United Nations Foundation:
Human Rights WatchResearcher on Tunisia & Algeria – French/Arabic language skills required – Tunis-based – Apr. 7

National Science FoundationPublic Affairs Specialist – $89k-$136k – job ID: LPA-2011-0013 – Apr. 7

Arabella Philanthropic AdvisorsGraphic & Web DesignerApr. 8

Association of American Colleges & UniversitiesDirector of DevelopmentApr. 8

Environmental Protection AgencyStaff Assistant – $62k-$97k – job ID: RTP-OA-DE-2011-0015 – Apr. 8

Mary Reynolds Babcock FoundationCommunications Officer (pdf) – Winston-Salem, NC – Apr. 8

National Council on Science & the EnvironmentProgram Coordinator, Development and University Relations - $34k-$40k – Apr. 8

State DepartmentCitizens Services Specialist/Outreach Coordinator – $51k-$81k – job ID: CA-2011-0197 – Apr. 8

City of Richmond, Va. Marketing Manager, Dept. of Public Utilities – $56K-$92K – Apr. 10

Himmelrich PR has a spot open for an Account Executive with at least two years of public relations experience, facility with generating press and fluency in social media – Baltimore, MD

Bipartisan Policy Center – Apr. 15 application deadline for:
National Board of Certified CounselorsLegislative Assistant – part-time – described as entry-level

American Diabetes Association
United WayDirector for Health Policy – significant experience in analyzing national and state governmental health care policy required; knowledge of children’s health issues is strongly preferred – apply by Apr. 8

Early Care Education ConsortiumPolicy Associate – winning hire will have 1-3 years of experience working in state or federal advocacy efforts; understanding of the early childhood field is a plus – apply by May 2

The American Hotel & Lodging Association seeks Manager of Government Affairs – Hill background plus PAC admin experience desired – plenty of local jobs in the hospitality biz on the AH&LA job board, as well.

National Association of Home Builders
Mordica for US Senate (D-VA) – Finance Director – located Dulles area

PMI Global ServicesIntern – for graduate student or law student – paid position

Friends of the Earth seek a new friend, in the person of a Senior Admin Assistant. Our friends at Staffing Advisors helm the search.

Institute for Justice:
National Park ServiceLegislative Affairs Specialist – $74k-$115k – job ID: NPS-WASO-HQ-11-450424 – apply by Apr. 11

Pew Charitable Trusts:
A perhaps-mysterious coalition of nearly three dozen international development companies seeks a Coalition Administrator to provide support to multi-faceted communications and education campaign focused on international development issues. Search (and the coalition, we imagine) is being abetted by the Professional Services Council

US Institute for Peace:
Association management firm Smith Bucklin:
American Clean Skies FoundationChief Development Officer

American Islamic Congress:
General MotorsManager, Government Relations – successful candidate will be in charge of developing GM’s political affairs program at the federal level, including management of grassroots activities and NGO strategy.

Opportunities to swell the ranks of plus-sized (900 lawyers in 19 locations) law firm McGuire Woods:
MWW Group:
The career center of the National Council of Nonprofits is Monday’s job seeker resource – featuring diverse opportunities in the DC area and around the country.

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