Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Today, We're Especially Opposed to Drilling

We're off to the dentist this a.m., so we only have time for these mostly direct-to-us submissions.  Wish us zero-cavity/no drilling luck.

The Sierra Club seeks a Communications Assistant to support their Beyond Coal campaign with academic and/or internship experience in communications, journalism or media relations; knowledge of environmental issues and the political landscape preferred.

The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership seeks Director of Development to manage and oversee all fundraising activities, including individual, corporate, event and foundation giving.   5+ years of relevant (and successful) experience required – apply by July 1

New opportunities with the Hudson Institute since our recent Think Tank jobs extravaganza:
The pro-Israel, pro-peace and pro-two-state-solution policy advocates at J Street seek Digital Director (pdf) with strong writing online skills, relevant technical skills (HTML, SQL, photo/video editing, etc.)  abd experience in political or non-profit technology management – apply by July 15.

Capitol Hill
The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers is looking for a motivated, fast-learning Advertising Sales Manager to be an integral part of our sales team for Independent Agent magazine.

The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is seeking a Government Relations Intern for the Fall 2013 term – top notch written and verbal communication skills including the ability to summarize key issues and activities particularly sought.

University of VirginiaResearch Specialist – part-time – $14-$18/hr –lab-work intensive position  supporting collaborative project with the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy and the Psychology Dept. – Charlottesville, Va.

1 comment:

Gordon said...

From our friends at Fenton:

BrightFocus Foundation - Science Communication Specialist

Our client BrightFocus Foundation is looking for a science writer who can take complex data and make it lively and readable for lay audiences, without sacrificing depth or accuracy.

This is a temporary position that could become permanent for the right person. You can learn about BrightFocus Foundation at

The Science Communication Specialist prepares evidence-based health and research information for lay audiences. The specialist’s primary role is advancement of deeper public understanding of science, and promotion of the BrightFocus Foundation as a leading authority and unique resource on three diseases of mind and sight: Alzheimer’s disease, age-related macular degeneration and glaucoma.

The Specialist works across departments and with external volunteers from the research community to identify, research, and craft compelling narratives from source material for the organization’s web site, direct mail, press materials and other audiences.

The ideal candidate has some training and experienced in the sciences but also has written for newspapers, magazines or other popular media about research and disease-related information.

Resumes to