Monday, November 14, 2011

Here Comes Your 19th Nervous Breakdown, Wearing #8

Hi there and happy Monday. Please note our Saturday extra here, and scroll back or use this link for previously-noted opportunities closing this week.

Houston-headquartered wholesale electricity generator GenOn Energy seeks DC-based Director, External Affairs to manage local and state level external affairs for GenOn’s business interests in Maryland, New Jersey and Virginia. You may know them from their North Old Town operation.

Children’s National Medical CenterDirector of Communications for the Safe Kids USA program

Lake Research Partners, a Democrat-focused public opinion/political strategy firm, seeks full- and part-time Interns starting in early December. Small stipend available.

New since we last checked in with the International Rescue Committee:
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting seeks Executive Director, Communications with minimum of ten years experience in journalism, media or public relations with hands on experience across media platforms, with crisis management communications, and supervisory experience.

International Foodservice Distributors Association
Director, Government Relations – successful candidate will have strong government contacts and communications skills, along with at least three years worth of relevant experience.

Director of Government Relations – seeking 5+ years Capitol Hill experience or experience working for a technology association and/or technology company lobbying Capitol Hill.

We’d be humming Mother’s Little Helper every day we walked through the doors of the American Pharmacy Association if we were tapped as Director of Communications & Marketing. Apply by Nov. 30. We're in 19th Nervous Breakdown mode, ourselves – but that's mainly on account of the continuing adventures of Rex Grossman & friends.

Everyone knows someone who went to BU, right? But perhaps not Bethlehem University:
Youth Service AmericaDirector of Communications – seeking resumes showing at least four years of communications/PR experience focused on public relations, specifically overseeing a national media campaign.

Save the Children

You’ll direct an empire with 31 loyal (or at least paycheck-dependent) servants as Vice President, Communications & Marketing for the American Institute of Architects. Maybe you can get them to build a free-standing garage or an addition in back.

Open Society Institute:

Nonprofit governance group Boardsource seeks Communications Coordinator with two to five years of demonstrated experience in marketing, communications, publishing, or public relations field with experience in promotional writing.

The American Hospital Association appears to be still searching for the right Senior Associate Director, Media Relations.

Federation for American Immigration ReformGovernment Relations Associate

The ONE CampaignPress Secretary – ideal candidate ideal candidate has experience working on Capitol Hill and/or political campaigns, and is also familiar with global health and development media. Existing media relationships w/ key media also desired.

American Bankruptcy Institute – Director of Publications

Virginia Dept. of TransportationPublic Affairs Specialist – $31k-$64k – Salem, Va. – apply by Nov. 18

Prometric Services, the self-proclaimed global leader in technology-enabled testing and assessment services, seeks Corporate Communications Senior Manager – Baltimore, MD

Job seekers with excellent Asian language skills might be interested in Community Outreach Manager post with Montgomery County – apply by Nov. 18

National Association of BroadcastersManager of Events & Show Services

501cTech provides technology services and support exclusively to other nonprofits in the DC metro area. They ask applicants to provide salary requirements in their internal listing for Communications & Development Coordinator – but their Craigslist entry should help you narrow that range.

Monday’s job-search resource: here’s the latest edition of Washingtonian’s biannual Great Places to Work feature

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