Sunday, November 25, 2012

Been Away So Long I Hardly Knew the Place; Gee, It's Good to be Back Home

We're back at it after the holiday break with previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week.  See you Monday with the new stuff.  And yes, we missed you, too.

DC Sustainable Energy UtilityCommunity Relations Manager (pdf) – Nov. 26 (as noted here)

National Education AssociationCampaigns & Elections SpecialistNov. 26

Office of the U.S. Army Chief of Stafft – Senior Legislative Liaison, National Security & Intelligence  – $119k-$179k – job ID: 771989-CV-2012-DISL – Nov. 26

Nature Conservancy (scroll to find or use job #)
American Public Health AssociationDirector, Center for Public Health Policy – $70k-$90k – Nov. 27

American Farm Bureau FederationExecutive Director of Communications (pdf) – Nov. 30

British EmbassyDriver – $33k – Nov. 30

Christ Memorial Presbyterian ChurchCommunications Coordinator (pdf) – Columbia, MD – Nov. 30

Corps NetworkDirector of Government Relations (pdf) – Nov. 30

George Mason UniversityDevelopment Assistant, College of Visual & Performing Arts – part-time – Nov. 30

Guest ServicesSocial Media SpecialistNov. 30
International Monetary FundSenior External Relations OfficerNov. 30 

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – Princeton, NJ
Stimson Center
 United Way of Washington County, MDResource Director – Hagerstown, MD – Nov. 30

Adirondack CouncilConservation Director – Elizabethtown, NY – Dec. 1

AmtrakSenior Communications Officer (scroll down to search for career opportunity link and then search government affairs & communications functional area) – $71k-$90k – Dec. 1 

Catholic Legal Immigration NetworkExecutive DirectorDec. 1

New America FoundationResearch Associate supporting the Bernard L. Schwartz Fellows ProgramDec. 1

State University of New York SystemCoordinator of Federal Relations – DC-based – Dec. 1

Montgomery CollegeElectronic Communications Content Manager (search communications, marketing & media job field)  – $55k-$75k – apply by Dec. 2 (un-posting on Dec. 3)

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