Monday, February 20, 2012

Who Are We to Stop You?

Like any self-respecting cigar shop or Kia dealership, we're open for business on Presidents' Day. Enjoy the mark-downs on great new jobs, as well as big savings on previously noted opportunities closing this week:

Metropolitan Washington Airports AuthorityVice President for Communications – $142k-$227k – Feb. 20

World BankOnline Communications Editor for the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor – Arabic, French and/or Spanish language skills a plus – Feb. 20

Nature Conservancy (scroll to find or use job #)
National Guard AssociationLegislative Assistant, Air National Guard ProgramFeb. 21

United Nations FoundationProgram Officer, Adolescent GirlsFeb. 21

International Baccalaureate
Communications & Marketing ManagerFeb. 22see deadlines here

DCI Group’sAccount Exec, Media Relations – Brussels, Belgium – Feb. 24

Fairfax County Dept. of TransportationCommunications Specialist – $45k-$60k – Feb. 24

Federal Communications Commission
iNACOL, the International Association for K-12 Online Learning Communications Director (pdf) – Feb. 24

The Center for Strategic & International Studies seeks a Program Coordinator to support their Transatlantic Media Network – duties include orchestrating logistics, travel arrangements, and administering expenditures for European journalists participating in three-month cultural diplomacy fellowships, along with event planning, research and outreach activities.

Stratacomm seeks Account Director to join their Infrastructure team and support public agencies and engineers in raising key audience awareness about sensitive projects in the D.C. region. Our sources also tell us this current PR Intern opportunity at Stratacomm also remains available.

If your heart’s desire is to have James O’Keefe as your boss, well then, who are we to stop you? Project VeritasOperations Manager – Paramus, NJ – search managed by Talent Market

Latest opportunities with the United Nations Foundation:

Connolly Works has a spot for a PR professional with 2-3 years relevant experience – background in the public sector or technology field preferred, along with an understanding of social media capabilities for PR.

National E-Health CollaborativeCommunications Assistant – experience working with website design and database software strongly preferred; some nonprofit, advocacy, or political work experience desired; interest in health IT and healthcare reform a plus.

Among the many opportunities currently being repped by Trak Services:
Philly-area strategic communications firm Smartmark USA seeks Account Manager – ideal candidate will have experience in the telecom and/or energy and utilities industries, as well as a record of successful placements in print, radio and television – Newton, PA

George Washington University

Porter Novelli – Production Intern – Summer 2012 – working knowledge of Final Cut pro production suite required

National Institutes of HealthSupervisory Public Affairs Specialist – $123k-$155k – job ID: NIH-OD-DE-12-604572 – apply by Mar. 2

American Farm Bureau FederationDirector, Social Media – apply by Mar. 9

ICF InternationalMarketing & Communications Specialist – five years experience in marketing management, marketing communications, public relations, advertising, materials development, and strategic planning

American Podiatric Medical AssociationCommunications Specialist

American Geophysical UnionPublic Affairs Intern – apply by Mar. 19

Advocates for Highway & Auto SafetyLegislative Assistant – candidates must possess excellent writing skills, attention to detail, and a high level of organization; a Masters degree or related experience experience would be ideal

Dept. of the NavyCongressional & Legislation Specialist – $51k-$67k – job ID: NW20301-12-6075844I270262-D – apply by Feb. 22

American Society of Clinical OncologyLobbyist

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