Thursday, December 5, 2013

Dynamics, Solutions, Rights & Play

1) ACLU of New JerseyDevelopment Officer – Newark, NJ – apply by Jan. 4

2-4) American Association for the Advancement of Science
5) American Society of Civil EngineersGovernment Relations Coordinator

6) Casey TreesDevelopment & Communications Intern (pdf) – 412/hr

7) Coalition on Human Policy NeedsSenior Policy Writer (pdf) – apply by Dec. 11

8-9) DAI
10) DBC PR+New MediaIntern

11) Dynamics Research CorporationSenior Media Relations Lead, Military Healthcare

12) Fannie MaeSocial Communications Specialist

13) Flamboyan FoundationChief Communications Officer – Spanish language skills required

14-15) Georgetown University
16) Global Policy SolutionsMedia Relations Manager – apply by Dec. 20

17-18) IQ Solutions
19-20) Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
21) Leadership Program of the RockiesDevelopment Manager – Denver, CO – search managed by Talent Market

22) Mystery employer, Vienna-basedCommunications Specialist – part-time

23) Mystery employer with Society in titleCommunications & Web Program Coordinator – search managed by Hire Strategy

24-27) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find or use advanced search & job #)
28) Open Society FoundationsCommunications Officer, Human Rights Initiative – apply by Dec. 13

29-30) PBS
31) The Press Play CompanyMarketing & Public Relations Databank

32-34) Sierra Club
35) Society for Human Resource ManagementDirector, Development

36) Tissue Banks InternationalMarketing & Communications Intern – paid position – Baltimore, MD

37) Truck Safety CoalitionCommunications Manager

38) URS CorpPublic Affairs & Outreach Coordinator

39) USO of Metro WashingtonSpecial Events Specialist

40-41) Wider Opportunities for Women

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Strategic Communications, LLC - Legislative & Regulatory Affairs Internship Program – DC Office

The Legislative & Regulatory Affairs Internship Program at Strategic Communications, LLC (SCLLC) offers a $3,500 stipend to one Washington, D.C. graduate student or strong undergraduate candidate in his or her junior or senior year, for a part-time work-study program for the spring 2014 semester.


-- Highly comfortable searching the Web for information that can sometimes be challenging to track down (top candidates will be asked to complete a short, objective test of their Internet research abilities)
-- Academic or internship experience with energy issues highly valued
-- Attention to detail, strong writing skills, ability to efficiently evaluate and organize information also critical
-- Legislative or government internship experience strongly preferred
-- Previous experience with legislative, legal, and policy tracking or docket management not required but will strengthen application significantly
-- Completed at least sophomore year of college by June 2013
-- Currently enrolled in Political Science/Government, Law, Economics, Public Policy, Public Administration, or similar field of study From January 2014 to May 2014, the student will need to commit twenty (20) hours per week for work to be completed at SCLLC’s downtown Washington, D.C. office (Metro-accessible).


-- Research regulatory and legislative issues of interest to clients at state and federal levels
-- After completing training, manage regulatory and legislation tracking for select states
-- Monitor news and information sources for key policy developments
-- Provide regular written summaries of developments on assigned issues, including policy papers and panel discussions, for SCLLC staff
-- Participate in staff meetings (in-person or via phone call) to discuss status and needs of various projects for current SCLLC clients

Please send resume and cover letter to Frank Caliva at by December 15, 2013.