Saturday, September 21, 2013

Previously Noted

Previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week.

American UniversityWeb Systems Administrator, Office of Registrar – $48k-$53k – Sept. 23

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and ExplosivesCongressional Liaison/Appropriations Specialist – $105k-$136k – job ID: 13-DEU-366-JLL – Sept. 23

Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search & job #)
Dept. of EducationProgram Specialist, Casework – $51k-$81k – job ID: OLCA-2013-0010 – Sept. 23

National Immigration Law CenterHealth Policy Attorney/AnalystSept. 23

Stimson Center Development Associate/Grant WriterSept. 23

University of MarylandAssistant Director of Institutional Giving for the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center – $64k-$80k – Sept. 23

Smithsonian Institution
Calvary Women’s ServicesDevelopment Associate, Events & Donor RelationsSept. 24

Dept. of LaborPublic Affairs Specialist – $74k-$97k – job ID: DE-13-HRC-OPA-300 – Sept. 24

George Washington UniversityExecutive Aide, Law School Development & Alumni Affairs – $39k – Sept. 24

DoJ/Bureau of PrisonsPublic Affairs Specialist – $89k-$115k – job ID: CO-2013-0320 – Sept. 25

Arlington CountySpecial Events & Communications Manager – $48k-$90k – Sept. 26

House of Representatives, Office of the CAO
University of Maryland School of MedicineAssociate Director, Media Relations – Baltimore, MD – Sept. 26

World BankOnline Communications Officer/Interactive EditorSept. 26

Alaska Railroad Corp.President & CEO – Anchorage, AK – Sept. 27  

ALS AssociationRegional Development OfficerSept. 27

George Mason University PR & Marketing Specialist/Assistant Director of Event ServicesSept. 27

Habitat for Humanity, Chesapeake RegionMajor Gifts Manager (pdf) – Baltimore, MD – Sept. 27

Union of Concerned ScientistsDevelopment Coordinator – Cambridge, MA – Sept. 29

This week, Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown, the most gorgeously-shot show on television (that's not just our opinion, given its third Emmy for cinematography since 2009*) heads to lovely and historic Granada, Spain – 9:00 p.m. Sunday on CNN.

* five Emmys for the show overall, by the way.

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