Monday, September 19, 2011

Stay Medium

Welcome to your overly optimistic week [and don't forget previous recent bouts of excess enthusiasm]. We'll start you off with previously referenced opportunities closing this week:

BlueGreen AllianceDeputy Director of CommunicationsSept. 19

Dept. of Health & Human ServicesLegislative Analyst – $89k-$115k – job ID: PH-KDG-11-527142 – Sept. 19

George Mason University
Nature Conservancy (scroll to find or use job #):
FDICDeputy to the Chairman for Communication – $183k-$250k – job ID: 2011-EMDEU-0250 – Sept. 21

DoT/Federal Highway AdministrationDirector, Office of Legislative Affairs and Policy Communications – $119k-$172k – job ID: FHWA.SES-2011-0003 – Sept. 23

Geological Society of America
Director for Geoscience PolicySept. 23

National Hispanic Caucus of State LegislatorsExecutive Director (pdf) – fluency in Spanish a must – Sept. 23

Refugees InternationalEvents CoordinatorSept. 23

Senior Advisor, Federal Government Relations (scroll to find – or use ctrl-f federal) – Sept. 23 – alternate shortcut here

United WayManager, Public PolicySept. 23

Carefirst Blue Cross/Blue ShieldSenior Communications Representative – (search Public/ Commun/ Govt Relations category) – $49k-$61k – Baltimore, MD – Sept. 24

National Geospatial Intelligence AgencyPublic Affairs Officer – $89k-$143k – part-time (unspecified how/if status effects salary) – job ID: 20112542 – apply by Sept. 30

Would you decamp to Princeton, NJ to be Vice President of Communications (pdf) for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation? You have until Sept. 30 to decide – search managed by the Explore Company.

Honda seeks Chief Analyst, Government Relations to monitor, analyze and communicate to company stakeholders about relevant regulatory issues, and to coordinate advocacy efforts with trade associations and directly lobby legislators and staff.

would like to identify a Government Relations Leader with a minimum of 10 years of experience with health care, trade and tax legislation issues.

Dept. of Labor
Public Affairs Specialist – $105k-$155k – job ID: DE-11-HRC-OPA-323 – apply by Sept. 21

Unknown Jewish group, possibly Veteran-related
Programs & PR Coordinator

Americans for Prosperity Foundation – searches managed by Talent Market:
The Grammy Foundation (as in,what do the Beatles, Bob Newhart and the Starland Vocal Band have in common?) seeks Executive Assistant, Industry & Advocacy Relations.

American Immigration Lawyers AssociationGrassroots Advocate – your back ground should include 3-5 years of experience as a grassroots organizer including proven effectiveness utilizing web-based tools to develop, implement and manage grassroots campaigns.

Blogger/Digital Media StrategistNational Association of Manufacturing – requires experience in managing multiple digital channels, such as websites, search engines, social media, blogs, display ads, webcasting emails and mobile.

George Washington University:
Prestigious, mysterious DC law firmMedia Relations Expert – strong writing and pitching skills required, previous law firm experience strongly preferred

University of Virginia – Charlottesville, Va.
The American Society of Military Comptrollers seeks Communications Manager handle a wide variety of communications/PR duties, including the production of our favorite new read: Armed Forces Comptroller – apply by Oct. 14

Bread for the World
We received a handful of suggestions via email and comments section for additions to our recent Think Tank job & intern pages list – and in honor of those helpful ideas, we would like to point out Intern opportunities in DC (apply by Nov. 1) and in New York with the International Crisis Group. The next (and final) listings today also stem from those suggestions.

East West Institute
German Marshall Fund:
Union of Concerned Scientists:
Your Monday job resource: don't miss the PRSA National Capitol Chapter seminar Want to Land a Job with the Federal Government (part 2) – Tuesday, Sept. 27, 6:00 pm-8:30 pm, 7th & Pennsylvania Ave., NW (you can scroll down to find podcast of part 1).

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