Sunday, December 8, 2013

Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow Sleet

Monday update: Snow, ice and rampant failure conspired to make our Sunday a mess, so we won't have a fresh post for you until Tuesday.  See you then.

Alternate title: Ice, Ice, Maybe.  Snuggle up by the fire (that is, unless your house is actually on fire) for today's roster of previously noted opportunities closing on the upcoming week.

Government National Mortgage AssociationSupervisory Communications Specialist – $123k-$155k – job ID: DE14-037-gt – Dec. 9

International Wood Products AssociationManager of Government & Public AffairsDec. 9

Maryland Department of Health & Mental HygieneDirector, Office of Governmental Affairs – $57k-$92k – Baltimore, MD – Dec. 9 

British Embassy Regional Head of Learning & Development – $88k – Dec. 10

Loyola UniversityMarketing Specialist – Baltimore, MD – Dec. 10

Office of Personnel ManagementCongressional Relations Officer – $74k-$115k – job ID: 14-009-KSR-DE – Dec. 10

Maryland Health Benefit ExchangeCommunications Coordinator – $39k-$62k – Baltimore, MD – Dec. 10

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

Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search # job #)
Maryland JudiciaryGovernment Relations Specialist (pdf) – $54k-$65k – Annapolis, MD – Dec. 12

United We DreamCommunications DirectorDec. 12

Christopher Columbus Foundation – Executive Director – $75k-$95k – job ID: CCF-14-993149 – Dec. 13

Maryland Behavioral Health AdministrationDirector, Governmental Affairs & Communications – $54k-$86k – Catonsville, MD – Dec. 13

Open Society FoundationsCommunications Officer, Human Rights InitiativeDec. 13

Smithsonian InstitutionDirector, Individual Giving (pdf) for the National Museum of American HistoryDec. 13

Fairfax CountyDirector, Office of Public Affairs – $93k-$156k – Dec. 14

Eurasia FoundationProgram Development Officer, Eurasia & AsiaDec. 15

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Department of Health and Human Services - Press Intern

Do you want to help make the promise of quality, affordable health coverage a reality for millions of Americans?

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is seeking a spring intern to join the Affordable Care Act (ACA) public affairs team. The press intern will serve on the team working to ensure Americans get the facts about the ACA as we continue to ramp up outreach and enrollment efforts over the coming months. As the press intern, you will have wide-ranging responsibilities; from monitoring print and online media to helping plan Secretarial travel and pitching events to reporters. No two days are alike on this fast-paced team and we need an intern with the attitude and experience to execute under pressure.

We are accepting applicants for both full-time (40 hours a week) and part-time (20-30 hours a week) schedules. The internship is unpaid.

Requirements: This internship is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. The ideal candidate is an organized, self-starter with experience working in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment. Public affairs, journalism, or communications background preferred, as is someone with an understanding of the Affordable Care Act.

This position is not a federal appointment, therefore volunteer service is not creditable for leave or any other benefits. The selected candidate and their sponsoring institution (college or university) will also be asked to sign a Department of Health and Human Services and Educational Institution Student Volunteer Employment Program Agreement.

To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter, and short writing sample (2 pages or less) to by Monday, December 16, 2013