Wednesday, October 31, 2012

"Hey, Great Witch Costume!"

Our experience is to consider carefully which female friend/co-worker to share that Halloween greeting with.  We hope your day brings you many treats and puts you on the giving side of most tricks.  Just-the-jobs style today and (as always) tomorrow as we get our post-Sandy bearings.

1) American Bar AssociationManager, Public Policy Communications – $66k-$73k

2) American Wind Wildlife InstituteMarketing & Communications Coordinator – DC or Burlington, VT

3-7) Amnesty International USA
8-10) Aspen Institute
11) Casey Family ProgramsDirector, Federal Relations

12-14) CNN (search DC location or use job #)
15) Commodity Futures Trading CommissionSupervisory Public Affairs Specialist – $148-$218k – job ID: 13-003 – apply by Nov. 9

16) Consumer Electronics AssociationManager, Industry & Policy Communications

17) Corporation for Public BroadcastingVice President, Communications – $125k-$140k – former Oct. 11 deadline has been dispensed with, it appears

18) Edelman PRDigital Knowledge Manager – location flexible; DC or New York preferred

19) Ernst & YoungPublic Relations Assistant Director (search DC location or job # WAS000BO)

20) ExperientGovernment Event Coordinator

21) Fairfax County GovernmentInformation Officer, Reston Community Center – $46k-$61k – apply by Nov. 9

22) Genocide Intervention NetworkInternships, Winter/Spring 2013 – apply by Dec. 1

23) Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and NumbersPolicy Analyst – DC or Los Angeles/Palo Alto, CA

24) Kellen CompanyNutrition Communications Specialist – DC or New York

25) Maryland Judiciary Government Relations Specialist (pdf) – $33/hr – Annapolis, MD – apply by Nov. 15

26) McLean-based publisherResearcher, Military History – part-time

27) Mystery law firm, large-sizedPublic Relations Specialist – New York – search managed by Ascent Executive Search

28) Mystery law firm, prestigiousExec Assistant, Gov’t Relations – temp-to-perm – $22-$25/hr – search managed by Law Counsel

29) National Public RadioEditor for the TED Radio Hour

30) SEIUCommunications Coordinator – Miami, FL

31-33) Stimson Center – international peace/security organization
34) University of Maryland, BaltimoreDirector of Public Relations, Medical School – Baltimore, MD

35) University of VirginiaOnline Engagement Specialist – $29k-$46k – supporting development/alumni relations activities – Charlottesville, Va.

36) U.S. Army Senior Legislative Liaison, National Security & Intelligence – $115k-$179k – job ID: 771989-CV-2012-DISL – apply by Nov. 26

37) U.S. Clean Heat & Power AssociationExecutive Director

38) U.S. Committee for Refugees & ImmigrantsProgram Officer, Government & Community Relations (pdf)

39-40) Woodrow Wilson Center
41) Women’s Campaign FundVice President of Development

1 comment:

Gordon said...

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