Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Your 2013 Job Search Starts Now! (unless you started yesterday, of course)

OK, we're back, and still in just-the-jobs mode for the rest of the week – and Happy 2013 to you all!

1) ACLUDevelopment Associate – New York

2-3) Altegrity (search job class BD/Communications/Marketing/Product or use job #)
4) American Federation of TeachersInternships, Summer 2013 – $10-$12/hr – apply by Mar. 1

5) Americans for Safe Access (to marijuana) – Social Media Director

6) Atlas Project/Democratic GainCommunications Manager

7) BechtelSenior Media Specialist

8) Blue Green AllianceGrants Manager – DC or Minneapolis, MN

9-12) Burson Marsteller
13) CARE InternationalDirector of Donor Relations & Constituent Engagement – Atlanta, GA

14-17) CDRF Global
18) Center of ConcernDirector of Development – $60k-$90k – Catholic economic/social justice group – apply by Jan. 31

19) The Coordinating CenterDirector, Communications & Marketing – Millersville, MD – apply by Jan. 15

20) Federal Retirement Thrift Investment BoardWriter/Editor – $51k-$115k – job ID: FRTIB-13-DE-019-809952 – apply today, Jan. 2

21) Ferrum CollegeDirector of Public Relations – Ferrum, Va. (Roanoke, Va. area) – apply by Jan. 31

22) Free PressIntern, Fellowship & Legal Associate opportunities – DC & Florence, MA

23-25) Gannett
26) Howard Hughes Medical InstituteHead of Communications – search managed by Isaacson, Miller

27) International Women’s Media ForumDirector of Development – apply by Jan. 15

28) Johns Hopkins MedicineDirector of Media Relations & Public Affairs – Baltimore, MD

29) Lockheed MartinWriter/Editor (search req ID 253186BR or publications & graphic arts category) – supporting U.S. Dept. of Justice – knowledge of criminal law, corrections, and juvenile safety issues a plus

30) McKesson Medical-SurgicalCommunications Specialist – Richmond, Va.

31-32) McKinney & Associates
33) Mystery real estate and financial investment management organizationMarketing Manager – search managed by the BOSS Group

34) National Press FoundationDevelopment Consultant – part time/temporary opportunity

35) OceanaCampaign Organizer, Climate & Energy

36) Optimistic ConsultingDirector of Public Relations

37) Prestigious, yet mysterious, DC law firmCommunications Coordinator – search managed by Jones Networking

38) Red Alert PoliticsIntern

39) Ripken BaseballInternships – various disciplines – Aberdeen & Baltimore, MD; Port Charlotte, FL; Myrtle Beach, SC

40) Secure Mission SolutionsWeb Content Specialist – Secret clearance/DHS suitability required

41-42) Share Our Strength
43) Society for NeuroscienceSocial Media Program Coordinator – apply by Jan. 11

44-46) Towson University – Towson, MD – scroll to find
47) Trout UnlimitedVice President of Development – apply by Jan. 4

48) United Cerebral PalsyInterns

49) Universities Space Research AssociationNASA Science Multimedia Producer – experience with video editing software such as Final Cut Pro strongly desired; as well as facility with After Effects or compositing software

50-53) University of Maryland
54) U.S. China Business CouncilResearch Associate – mid to upper $30k – fluency in Mandarin required

55) U.S. Commission on International Religious FreedomInternships, Summer 2013 – apply by Feb. 1

56) WUSA 9 – multiple Producer opportunities recently posted

57) Vanderbilt UniversityAssociate Director of Federal Relations (search DC location or use req ID 1214709)

58) Virginia College Savings PlanPublic Relations Associate – Chesterfield, Va. – apply by Jan. 26 – can also search here using position # 00092

59) York CountyPublic Information Officer – $60k-$69k – Yorktown, Va.

60-63) Youth Services America

1 comment:

Gordon said...

American Council of Life Insurers – International Policy Analyst


Assist in serving as a liaison for ACLI committees/subcommittees/task forces on assigned issues; monitor and note Committee activities, prepare drafts and complete written reports, maintain thorough knowledge of committee activities and issues; prepare agendas and prepare minutes.

Provide clerical and admin support to the OIR and support implementation of “international” work programs for other ACLI departments as directed. Perform research on assigned issues and special projects.

Serve as an information contact regarding committee meetings and administrative issues for the Office of International Relations.

Responsible for centralizing and maintaining assigned information and ensuring that info is accurate and available to ACLI staff and member companies on a timely basis.

Represent ACLI by demonstrating outstanding member relations skills in all areas of performance; specifically assure prompt, courteous and accurate responses to all member company inquiries and consistently deliver superior service that reflects well on the association.

Collaborate with other staff members, actively seeking opportunities to help or provide support, both within and outside of assigned department. Maintain culturally sensitive engagement with members and key stake holders.


Act as department contact regarding information on various international issues and related meetings (internal & external).

Responsible for compiling and maintaining information and assuring its accuracy.

Serve as staff coordinator for OIR, CEO and senior staff international travel and advocacy in coordination with other ACLI staff assistants. To include preparation and publication of all materials (schedules, travel information, background, talking points) in I-PAD and briefing book formats.

Responsible for organizing and maintaining ACLI OIR Website format and content, including updating calendar of events, task force lists, task force descriptions, upcoming program notices and issue and other specific pages.

Responsible for maintaining and updating all final communications of International Committee and task forces on ACLI web site.

Responsible for maintaining electronic files of all committee and task force documents that are transmitted to members via mass emails.

Under direction of the OIR staff, monitor IAIS website and create electronic briefing books for OIR staff and members

Prepare correspondence for ACLI groups as well as for submission to outside bodies as directed by OIA exempt staff.

Maintain current mailings lists, files and publications and other department material.

Maintain outlook contact lists for International Committee and task force leadership, U.S. Government contacts, consultants and other groups at the direction of supervisor.

Other admin duties, including: Arranging meetings; Organizing events (breakfast, lunch and dinners); Travel arrangements, including expense reports and check requests; Answering telephones, responding to routine inquiries and referring other calls to appropriate staff members.


Accountability, Customer Satisfaction Focus, Flexibility, Job Knowledge, Communication Skills, Initiative, Problem Solving Skills, Professionalism.

Education: Bachelor's degree, Master’s Degree preferred.

Experience & Qualifications: One to three years of relevant experience with an interest in international, federal or regulatory issues. Proficient working in a PC environment, including knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other office automation systems. Strong proofreading skills. Ability to establish rapport easily in person and by telephone. Ability to work quickly and efficiently in a fast-paced and noisy environment. Strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent telephone skills.

TO APPLY: Send resume & cover letter to Lauren Scott – by Jan. 28