Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Mid-week 50

Just-the-jobs style. See you Friday.

1) American Association of Orthopaedic SurgeonsManager, Regulatory & Government Relations

2) American Beverage AssociationDirector of Communications

3) American Gas AssociationLegislative & PAC Specialist

4-6) American Nurses Association (scroll to find)
7-10) Capitol Hill
11) Marketing & Communications Specialist – location flexible/telecommuting possible

12) Clarus Research GroupWeb Content Editor – DC or New York

13-15) Conservation International
16) Coalition for Smarter GrowthCommunications Manager

17) redacted

18) Corporation for Public BroadcastingDirector of Congressional Affairs – $70k-$96k

19) DOI/Office of Surfacing Mining, Reclamation and EnforcementCongressional Affairs Specialist – $89k-$115k – job ID: OSM-2012-0043 – apply by Feb. 19

20) FreedomWorksDirector of Major Gifts – search managed by Talent Market

21-27) Georgetown University
28-29) Goodweave USA
30-33) Independent Sector
34) KetchumExecutive Assistant – New York

35) M+R Strategic ServicesCommunications Intern, Campaigns Division

36-37) The Madeira School
38) Mystery Florida political consulting firm seeks DC-based marketing support

39-42) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find or use job #)

43-45) SEIU

46) St. Jude MedicalIntern, Government Affairs (use reg ID Corp 12008 or search DC location)

47) United Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesCongressional Affairs Assistant – temporary through Dec. 2012 – apply by Feb. 15

48) Unknown conservative business groupManager of Communications – to $65k – search managed by Beacon Hill Staffing

49) Unknown outfit lauded as a great place to work by the Baltimore SunPublic Relations Specialist – Baltimore, MD

50) And, finally – we’ve never heard of (and are unaccountably suspicious of) something called Taxi Magic/Ride Charge, which is the kind of mindset you would probably expected to challenge and change as PR & Communications Manager

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1 comment:

Kenneth Moore said...

Oh, Taxi Magic is a gem! As long as you have the app on your phone and have reception, that is.