Friday, January 31, 2014


... or, 12:15-er to be precise.

Nyhus Communications seeks Director, Federal Government Affairs who understands the nexus of politics, policy, government, business and media to build their D.C. presence – occasional visits to Seattle HQ are part of the bargain.

Council on FoundationsCommunications & Marketing Manager – five to seven years of experience in marketing, media relations and communications desired

The World Resources Institute’s Water Initiative seeks a part-time Communications & Research Intern to help produce and maintain their illuminating (and a little terrifying for a large swath of the planet) Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas, which is worth checking out even if you’re not interested in this neat opportunity – $12/hr

Pew Charitable Trusts
Porter-Novell – Account Exec and Senior Account Exec – Boston, MA

DHS/FEMASupervisory Public Affairs Specialist – $124k-$157k – job ID: FEMA-14-BLG-6370-DEU – apply by Feb. 12

New opportunities at the Urban Insitute:
Mystery public interest communications firm seeks Vice President – search managed by Chaloner Associates

Several new opportunities at Burson-Marsteller since just last week:
Morgan Lewis & BockiusPublic Relations Specialist (search Washington location or use req ID: 70BR) – minimum of seven years of relevant experience sought; candidates must have excellent research and writing skills

American Society of Landscape Architects
DC Dept. of Disability Services – Public Affairs Specialist – $87k-$112k

The Washington Center
SPI/The Plastics Industry Trade Association – Public Relations Specialist – seeking candidates w/ minimum of three to five years’ experience in news, PR agency or other professional communications environment.

British Embassy
American University – Alumni Relations Communications Coordinator – part-time – $13/hr

Your favorite™ public affairs jobs resource wishes you safe and satisfying Super Bowl weekend – our prediction:  Broncos 32, Seahawks 31  (we've got 2 & 1 in our squares pool, so we're hoping for the odd result).

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