Saturday, September 24, 2011

Your New Co-Workers: Strasburg, Espinosa, Morse & Zimmerman

Saturday brings you a something-extra special edition with an emphasis on social media, online communications plus a few other odds and ends – leading off with opportunities with your Washington Nationals! We’ll be expecting some pretty sweet seats for cluing you in on Senior Graphic Designer and Senior Copy Editor/New Media spots in the starting rotation.

American Humane AssociationManager, Online Communications & ePhilanthropy (scroll down)

Conservation InternationalWeb Producer

Discovery Communications:
Environmental Protection AgencyPublic Affairs Specialist/Social Media – $89k-$136k – job ID: RTP-OA-DE-2011-0028 – apply by Oct. 5

Every Mother Counts
Social Media Director

Government Accountability Project
Online Auction/Fundraising Interns (pdf)

Hello Wallet
Community Manager

Johns Hopkins UniversityNew Media Specialist – $37k-$52k – Baltimore, MD

Living SocialAssistant Photo Editor

Maryland ZooVisitor Services Manager – Baltimore, MD

Millennial Media
Marketing Specialist, Global Monetization Solutions – Baltimore, MD

Mystery employer
Digital Communications & Social Media Specialist – $45k-$50k – search managed by Robert Half Technology

National Association of ManufacturersBlogger/Digital Media Strategist

National Council of University Research AdministratorsOnline Community Manager

New York TimesSocial Media Marketing Manager – New York

Pew Center on Global Climate ChangeCommunications/Web Intern

Random House
Communications Associate – receptionist & related duties – Westminster, MD

Content Editor

Sierra Club
University Corporation for Atmospheric ResearchWeb & Communications Assistant – casual/part-time status position

University of Maryland, Shady Grove CenterPublic Relations Specialist – $32k-$38k – proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite 5 software including Photoshop, Indesign and Bridge desired – apply by Sept. 30

UnknownMarketing & Social Media Intern

U.S. News & World Report (scroll down):

1 comment:

Gordon said...

City of Baltimore, MD - Administrative Policy Analyst
apply by Oct. 7

The Bureau of the Budget and Management Research (BBMR) is an essential fiscal steward for the City of Baltimore. Our mission is to promote economy and efficiency in the use of City resources
and help the Mayor and City agencies achieve positive outcomes for the citizens of Baltimore. We
do this by planning for sustainability, exercising fiscal oversight, and performing analysis of resource management and service performance. We value integrity, learning and innovating, excellent
customer service, and team spirit.

BBMR is seeking a qualified Administrative Policy Analyst to conduct management studies and
analyses as part of our growing Management Research function. We seek a curious, motivated, and innovative candidate to join our forward‐thinking team and help us improve the results City
government produces for the citizens of Baltimore. We recently transitioned the City to a
performance‐based budgeting process called Outcome Budgeting. Outcome Budgeting is a process of identifying the mix of services and programs that most cost‐effectively delivers the results that citizens want. This budgeting technique has been cited as a best practice by GFOA and Governing magazine, among others, and is ideally suited for the fiscal challenges facing local governments.

Brief Description: The Administrative Policy Analyst is offered a unique opportunity to work collaboratively with BBMR Budget Analysts, key City agency staff and leaders, CitiStat Analysts, and other partners to complete analytical projects that aim to redesign, improve, or simplify City service delivery. The Administrative Policy Analyst’s goals are to realize efficiencies, decrease costs, and
improve outcomes for City services.

Job Duties Include:
-- Conduct studies to document and evaluate City service delivery.
-- Research best practices and proven service delivery alternatives.
-- Recommend to senior City leadership, agency heads and staff optimal servicedelivery
-- Plan, design and implement new workflow, systems, regulations, and procedures.
-- Coordinate and update the City’s administrative policy manual.
-- Prepare the City’s annual budget publications.

Qualifications: Candidates must have a degree in business, public administration, public policy, or a
related field. Master’s degree preferred. Work experience as an analyst is preferred but not
required. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Application: All candidates must complete an online application. Applications must be received by
October 7, 2011. Please visit Baltimore’s Human Resources website at
tunities.aspx to submit an application.
Direct link at:

Questions: To learn more, please contact Kristin Dawson, Principal Analyst, at Candidates can also learn about us by visiting our website at: