Sunday, July 29, 2012

HR Folks = Awfully Busy This Week

Busy days ahead for local HR departments, as evidenced by this plus-sized set of previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week.  We'll see you tomorrow w/ a lot more great new stuff in what will likely be an otherwise intermittent-posting week (two or three posts likely).

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Greater Madison Convention & Visitors BureauDirector of Marketing – Madison, WI – more info hereJuly 30 

NovozymesSenior Public Affairs AdvisorJuly 30

Planned Parenthood Federation of AmericaAssociate Director/Billing ManagerJuly 30

Virgin GalacticDirector of Government ProgramsJuly 30

British Embassy
Nature Conservancy (scroll to find or use job #)
Open Society Institute – New York
Equality Virginia Communications Coordinator – $38k-$42k – Richmond, Va. – July 31

George Mason UniversityAssociate Vice President, University Development & Alumni AffairsJuly 31 

International Monetary FundStaff Assistant (scroll to find or use job # 1200092) – July 31

 League of Conservation Voters
ONE CampaignPolicy Manager, Agriculture – Paris, France – July 31 

Physicians for PeaceCommunications DirectorJuly 31

Population Action InternationalExecutive Office CoordinatorJuly 31

Raben GroupManager of CommunicationsJuly 31

Smithsonian InstitutionSenior Advancement Specialist/Gift Officer – $89k-$115k – job ID: 12A-JL-297971-DEU-NMAAHC – July 31 

United Nations Foundation
Congressional CemeteryOffice Manager – part-time – $17/hr – Aug. 1

Detention Watch NetworkCommunications DirectorAug. 1

Howard County Public School SystemDirector of Public Relations – Ellicott City, MD – Aug. 2

Office of Surfacing Mining, Reclamation and EnforcementCongressional Affairs Specialist – $89k-$115k – job ID: OSM-2012-0109 – Aug. 2

Treasury Dept./Comptroller of the CurrencyPublic Affairs Specialist – $72k-$135k – job ID: DEU-PB-12-085 – Aug. 2

Black Alliance for Educational Options
Federal Communications CommissionPublic Affairs Specialist – $74k-$136k – job ID: DEU-OMR-2012-0006 – Aug. 3

Job Opportunities Task ForceCommunications Specialist (pdf) – $42k-$46k – Baltimore, MD – Aug. 3

Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Online Communications Coordinator (pdf) – Aug. 3

Research!AmericaCommunications SpecialistAug. 3

The Virginia Catholic ConferenceAssociate Director (pdf) – two positions available – Richmond, Va. – Aug. 3

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Gordon said...

American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees - Strategic Communicators

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AFSCME is the nation's largest public service labor union and a leader in the fight for social and economic change. All across the country we're fighting for dignity and respect for the people who do the toughest jobs in America.

Responsibilities may include:
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Salary is commensurate with experience. Women, people of color and LGBT people are strongly encouraged to apply.

To apply, email a résumé and cover letter detailing why you want to work in the labor movement to