Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Initiate Randomization Sequence

For your Tuesday specialty programming, we eschew the usual cocktail of search engines and job boards that normally generate most of our listings, and instead rely exclusively on picking a week's worth of posts from more than a year ago and re-searching those particular employers for fresh opportunities. Some of these jobs may indeed also show up on the most popular search engines and public affairs job boards; but that's not how we found 'em. We like to think this approach turns up some opportunities you might have otherwise missed, along with spiking the job search process with a little bit of chance, kismet & chaos.

ACLUWomen’s Rights Project Intern – for undergrads – New York – apply by Mar. 31

AlcoaDirector, Communications (search communications category or req # 9212BR) – New York

America SpeaksIntern, Citizen Engagement Program

American Bar Association
American Council on EducationAssociate Director, Public Affairs

American Petroleum InstituteAdmin Assistant, State Government Relations & Mobilization Team

American Public Health AssociationCommunications Specialist

Aspen Institute
Association of American Medical Colleges Online Content Specialist

Communities in SchoolDirector, Resource Development – as in fundraising

Conservation InternationalOnline Community & Engagement Coordinator

Corporate Accountability International – Boston, MA
C-SPANProducer, Washington Journal – part-time

CQ/Roll CallMultimedia Team Leader

Dominion EnterprisesWeb Marketing Intern – Norfolk, Va.

Fleishman Hillard
Freedom ForumVisitor Services Representative – part-time

GreenpeaceField Organizing Manager – DC-based, with possibility of future relocation – apply by Mar. 30

Hill+Knowlton StrategiesAccount Exec, Digital – New York

ICF International (search communications job field or use job #)
Information Technology & Innovation FoundationCopy Writer – part-time

National Governors AssociationPolicy Analyst/Senior Policy Analyst, Economic, Human Services and Workforce Division – low $60k to low $70k

National Trust for Historic PreservationReceptionist

Ocean Conservancy
Oxford University PressSenior Publicist – New York

Robert Wood Johnson FoundationIntern, Special Events – Princeton, NJ – apply today, Mar. 13

Rock Creek Strategic MarketingWriter

Save the ChildrenReceptionist

Smart Growth AmericaPolicy Development & Implementation Fellow – up to $1,500/mo – available immediately

Trout Unlimited Grant Administration Coordinator

U.S. Travel
Waggener EdstromEvent Services Manager – New York

World Wildlife FundDevelopment Officer, Annual Giving

YMCA of Metro WashingtonAssociate Executive Director – $57k – Reston, Va. location – apply by Mar. 30

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Lake Research Partners - Interns

Lake Research Partners is currently looking interns for the spring and summer.

We have an immediate opening for full or part time interns in our DC office. In addition, we are also seeking full time interns for the summer in both our DC and Berkeley offices, beginning in May (exact date is flexible).

A small stipend is available. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Cornelia Treptow at LRPinterns@gmail.com. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact Cornelia at the email above. Please indicate your desired location and start date.

Must have excellent attention to detail. Past office experience including juggling multiple tasks a strong plus.

Application deadline is March 21.

Lake Research Partners is a national public opinion and political strategy research firm. Our principals are among the Democratic Party's leading strategists, serving as tacticians and senior advisers to dozens of incumbents and challengers at all levels of the electoral process, as well as to a wide range of advocacy organizations, non-profit organizations, and foundations. We have nationally recognized expertise on the politics of the women's vote, the youth vote, children as a political issue, and the environmental movement today.