Thursday, November 10, 2011

Go Large

In times of epic regime change, when catchers have captors, and big men are again banished – you just need a lot of jobs to look at. So here you are; enjoy.

1) Adventist HealthCareSocial Media Specialist (scroll to find or use job # 303906)

2-3) American Association of University Women:
4-6) American Institutes for Research – new since we last checked in, circa mid-October:
7) Association of International Agricultural Research CentersPresident/CEO (scroll down) – search managed by Association Strategies

8) Blue Cross/Blue Shield AssociationDirector, State Legislation

9) Brookings InstitutionFellow, Center for Middle East Policy

10) Burson-MarstellerNew Business Marketing Intern

11) CACIPolicy Analyst

12) Cato InstituteManager of External Affairs – search managed by Talent Market

13-14) Council of Foreign Relations:
15) DC Action for ChildrenCommunications Associate (pdf)

16) DellCommunications Specialist

17) Defense Security Cooperation AgencyCommunications Manager – $105k-$136k – job ID: D-DSCA-559725-12 – apply by Nov. 28

18) Drug Policy AlliancePolicy Associate

19) Education Development CenterCommunications Specialist/Senior Writer-Editor – part time – supporting the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention

20) Eli LillyAdvisor, Global Public Policy – fixed duration status; 3-4 year term

21) Epic PR GroupAccount Coordinator – temporary position – $13/hr

22-24) Federal Reserve Board:
25) FH DigitalDigital Communications Intern – Jan.-May, 2012 – $10/hr

26) Gaylord National ResortConference Coordinator

27-30) Georgetown University:
31-32) Habitat for Humanity:
33) Healthcare for America NowCommunications Associate, Online/New Media

34-36) House of Representatives, Office of the Clerk:
37) International Food information CouncilManager, Web/Social Media & IT – $55k-$65k

38-40) Johns Hopkins University – Baltimore, MD:
41) K&L GatesPolicy Admin Assistant

42-43) Ketchum:
44-45) Medimmune (search corp. communications/public relations category):

46-48) Mercy Corps:

49) MicrosoftSenior Public Relations Manager – govt. affairs/political focus

50) Mystery international development firmStaff Assistant – temp-to-perm – up to $38k – search managed by City Staff

51) National Communication AssociationDirector of Public Affairs & Public Information

52) National Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationLegislative Affairs Specialist – $62k-$97k – job ID: SO-LA-2012-0003 – apply by Nov. 16

53) National professional services firm in healthcare fieldCommunications Coordinator – search managed by Career Profiles

55) National Volunteer Fire CouncilIntern info

56-57) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find our use job #):

58) Neighborworks America – Senior Media Relations Associate

59-60) Politico:
61) Princeton UniversityAssistant Director, Athletic Communications (0110725) – Princeton, NJ

62) Project on Middle East DemocracyInternships, Spring 2012 – policy, research & Egypt programs – apply by Nov. 28

63) Semester at SeaAssistant Director of Alumni Engagement – Charlottesville, Va.

64) Specialty Graphic Imaging AssociationGovernment Relations Associate

65) University of MarylandAssistant Director of Alumni Relations, School of Business – apply by Nov. 23

66) University of Virginia Health SystemPublic Information Officer – $26-$42/hr – Charlottesville, Va.

67) Unknown law firmMedia Relations Specialist – search managed by Graham Staffing Services

68) The Women’s CollectiveCommunications & Social Media Intern – apply by Nov. 30

69) World Land Trust U.S.Environmental Communications Coordinator – Warrenton, Va. – apply by Nov. 18

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Burness Communications -- Coordinator for Health Policy

Burness Communications, a public relations firm committed to advancing social change worldwide, is seeking an enthusiastic self starter with excellent organization and research skills to join its health policy team. The ideal candidate is a recent college graduate with intern experience or one year of professional experience in public relations (or related communications activities) and a strong interest in public relations, journalism and health policy issues. Strong interpersonal skills and knowledge of social media are important for the position, as is an interest in health-related topics. Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, FinalCut, Constant Contact, and basic HTML code is a plus.

The communications coordinator would work as part of a team, assisting mid-level and senior staff, and would perform a variety of tasks, including but not limited to: creating media lists, conducting online research on a variety of health policy topics, tracking news coverage, handling logistics for major media and stakeholder events, pitching to reporters, conducting social media outreach, and drafting needed materials.

The successful candidate would have the opportunity to work with well-known foundations, think tanks, health policy researchers, and nonprofit groups – all with an interest in improving health or health care delivery. Topic areas might range from promoting health programs aimed at children or building visibility for health care quality to raising awareness of health disparities or expanding access to dental care.

Burness Communications offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Send resume and cover letter to