Friday, March 15, 2013

We're Already Looking into Flights to Tahiti

We guess there's nothing direct from DCA to PPT, but we're confident we can get to Polynesia & help you (and Pew) establish a tropical fiefdom.  Whatever your Friday flights of fantasy are, we hope today's listings put them just a little closer to reality.

The sharp folks at Education Week seek Webinar/Online Producer with strong writing skills plus experience with digital news production, content management systems, and blogging platforms; heart of Bethesda bike-trail/Metro accessible location

We have it on good authority that healthcare communications firm Jones Public Affairs seeks is still searching for a detail-oriented PR Intern  with strong writing skills this summer – full time/8 week commitment – Account Director post also shown as available.

Fresh opportunities with M+R Strategic Services, a public affairs firm specializing in supporting nonprofit organizations:
Environmental Working Group
General MotorsPublic Policy Intern

Congressional Budget OfficeWriter/Editor – $60k-$110k – job ID: 13-18 – agency link here – also available: admin, economist & Intern (scroll down to search) opportunities

American University
American Society of AnesthesiologistsSpecial Assistant to the Chief Advocacy Officer – healthcare or association experience preferred; knowledge of working in the DC governmental affairs environment a plus
Trout Unlimited
Mystery nonprofit seeks Federal & State Legislative Director with solid relationships on the Democratic side of the House & Senate; experience w/ education issues a plus
Pew Charitable Trusts
The National Indian Health Board seeks Legislative Director who is on the cutting edge of political knowledge & legislative developments relevant to American Indian and Alaska Native health & related economic policy, budget, appropriations and politics.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Visa seeks highly experienced Head of Government Relations; we’re guessing a good credit score would also help your cause.

Speaking of credit-worthiness: those of you with student loan balances might want to check out the services of SoFi, a self-described alumni-funded student loan service – or maybe you would be interested in this San Francisco-based Executive Assistant with them – apply by Mar. 31

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