Sunday, January 8, 2012

We'll let you at these a little early

We're not waiting until Monday to let you revisit this good-sized set of previously noted opportunities closing next week:

Alice Ferguson FoundationDevelopment Associate (scroll down) – $25k – Jan. 9

American UniversityManaging Producer for WAMU’s Animal House – $60k-$65k – Jan. 9

Coalition for Nonprofit Housing & Economic DevelopmentOperations OfficerJan. 9

United Nations Foundation (note: GACC = Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves):

Nature Conservancy (scroll to find or use job#)

Army Medical CommandPublic Affairs Specialist – $62k-$81k – job ID: NEHT11354717577980D – Jan. 10

ONE CampaignDirector, Agriculture & Europe Policy – Berlin, Brussels, London, or Paris – Jan. 10

Smithsonian Institution
Census BureauCommunications Assistant – $34k-$44k – job ID: ADOC-2012-0005 – Jan. 11

Open Society InstituteCommunications Officer – Public Health Program/International Harm Reduction Development Program – New York – Jan. 11

Town of Christianburg, Va. Public Information Specialist – part-time – $12/hr – Jan. 11

Pension Benefit Guarantee Corp.Social Media Specialist – $51k-$67k – job ID: CPAD-2012-0006 – Jan. 12

World BankSenior Communications Officer, Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and RecoveryJan. 12

Council on Large Public Housing Authorities:

Global Harvest InitiativeExecutive Director (pdf) – search managed by ProActive CommunicationsJan. 13

University of Maryland, Baltimore CountyAssociate Director of Alumni Relations – Baltimore, MD – Jan. 13

United WayPresident & CEO, UW of Danville & Pittsylvania County – Danville, Va. – Jan. 13

Aspen InstituteProgram Assistant, Global Leaders for Reproductive HealthJan. 15

Brennan Center for Justice, NYU School of LawResearch Associate, Liberty & National Security Program – $35k-$41k – New York – Jan. 15


1 comment:

Gordon said...

Advocates for Highway Safety - Director of Communications

Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety is seeking a Director of Communications to be responsible for Advocates’ communications and media program. Advocates was founded in 1989 and is a broad-based coalition of the leading consumer, health and safety organizations and the major property and casualty insurance companies and associations working together to prevent motor vehicle crashes, deaths and injuries. It is a highly successful organization whose views are sought out by national and local media on a multitude of topics related to safer cars, safer drivers and safer roads. The position reports to the President and Vice President and requires working with all other staff members.

Specific responsibilities include:
• Media relations, including writing press releases, articles, editorials and letters to the Editor, and making pitch calls to the media;
• Responding to media requests for information and arranging interviews with senior staff;
• Special events management (such as national news conferences) including all logistics;
• Overseeing and updating materials on Advocates’ website in a timely matter;
• Writing and editing other publications and communications such as annual accomplishment reports, brochures, fact sheets, speeches, testimony, etc.;
• Developing and implementing media campaigns to support federal and state legislative efforts.

The ideal candidate possesses a bachelors degree in journalism, public relations or similar field and has a minimum of two years of relevant work experience dealing with the media. Must be a strong writer, be able to take the initiative on projects, and have the ability to juggle several assignments at once in a fast-paced environment.

Salary commensurate with experience. Please submit your resume to Judie Pasquini,