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Thursday, January 9, 2014

Off of IR

We're back after a fortunately brief visit to the sick list (we prefer to think of it as coming off of the injured reserve list and back on the active roster).  We'll have lots of nice direct-to-us submissions for you tomorrow.

1) AFL-CIOField Communications Associate – temporary

2) American Academy of ActuariesWriter/Editor/Content Manager

3) American Composites Manufacturers AssociationDirector, Marketing & Communications

4-5) Burson Marsteller
6-8) Capitol Hill
  • Senior DemocratStaff Assistant – apply by Jan. 15
  • Office of the Clerk – Senior Content Developer – $70k – apply by Jan. 27
  • Rep. Steven Horsford (D-NV) – Interns
9) Centene Corp. Manager, Government Relations

10) Cheetah Conservation Fund Chapter Liaison & Communications Assistant – high $30k to low $40k – apply by Feb. 15

11-12) Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
13) Conservative public advocacy groupCommunications Specialist – to $60k – search managed by Beacon Hill Staffing

14-19) Edelman PR
20) Environmental Protection AgencyDirector, Field & External Affairs Division – $119k-$179k – job ID: EPA-SES-2014-0005 – apply by Jan. 28

21-22) Faith in Public Life
23) Flat World KnowledgeSocial Media & Author Relations Associate / Intern

24) Food & Water WatchSenior Communications Associate

25) Georgetown UniversityEvents Coordinator, GU Medical Center

26) Kellen Adams Public AffairsIntern, Public Affairs & Communications

27) Mylan Manager, Government Affairs Policy

28) Mystery nonprofitOffice Coordinator – temp-to-hire

29-30) National Association of Realtors
31) Nature Conservancy – multiple Intern (scroll to find) opportunities appear to have been recently reposted/revised showing a deadline of today, Jan. 9 – DC and other locations

32-33) Ocean Conservancy
34) RAINN/Rape, Incest & Abuse National NetworkCommunications Manager – apply by Feb. 28

35) RAND CorporationLegislative Analyst

36-37) SEIU
38) University of Virginia – Charlottesville, Va. – Assistant Director of Reunion Giving – $40k-$46k

38) VisaSenior Director, Government Relations

39) Well-established Alexandria financial services firmPublic Relations Specialist – $43k-$48k – search managed by Curzon Staffing

40) West 7th Design StudioPR Specialist

41) Wildlife SocietyDevelopment Officer

1 comment:

Gordon said...

State Department - Program Support Officer for the Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator

Contract position; Annual salary range is up to GS-06, Step 4 equivalency

A security clearance at the Secret level is required.

Expressions of interest, including resumes, should be submitted no later than Tuesday, January 21, 2014, to Jessica Cleveland at clevelandjr@state.gov.

The Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator (S/GAC) is responsible for implementing the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) -- the U.S. Government initiative to help save the lives of those suffering from HIV/AIDS around the world. PEPFAR is driven by a shared responsibility among donor and partner nations and others to make smart investments to save lives. Thanks in large part to U.S. leadership, tremendous progress has been made in the fight against global AIDS. PEPFAR is supporting countries in providing HIV prevention, treatment and care to their people. S/GAC leads an integrated U.S. global HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care program; works with partner governments; multilateral organizations; the private sector; faith-based and non-governmental organizations to foster engagement in the fight against HIV/AIDS; and ensures that U.S. Government policies are harmonious, programs are synergistic, and operations are efficient and effective.

Additional information about S/GAC and PEPFAR is available at www.pepfar.gov.

Incumbent serves as a Program Support Officer in the Congressional Relations unit within the Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator (S/GAC).

Major Duties and Responsibilities

1. Provides administrative support to the Director as follows:

• Drafts, requests and tracks clearance for key Congressional Relations documentary materials, e.g., newsletters, Congressional reports and correspondence. Maintains accurate electronic and paper records and files for cleared material and official documents.

• Maintains current contact lists for contact with staff for State Department Congressional Relations, OGAC and PEPFAR implementing agencies, and outside organizations for the purpose of disseminating relevant Congressional relations information and materials.

• Coordinates meetings and event preparation as requested by the Director with Members of Congress, Congressional staff, and others, including preparing background and briefing materials, coordinating meeting logistics, drafting agendas, coordinating action items that require a response or information to flow to senior staff, and distributing information and materials to participants.

• Supports the Director in developing the content of the portion of the various web sites that support Congressional Relations activities.

Manages and facilitates the flow of the latest information to the S/GAC webmaster for inclusion on these web sites regarding current and future initiatives.

• Collaborates with the Director, by selecting, organizing, presenting and reviewing information, in the drafting of fact sheets, issue papers, talking points, reports, program brochures, etc. for consideration by senior management officials and other stakeholders.

• Coordinates requested domestic and international travel logistics for the Director.

• Performs other related duties as assigned

Qualifications/Required Experience

Bachelors degree in social science, public health, public policy, international relations or an equivalent field.

• Demonstrated knowledge and experience in database management.

• Excellent communication and writing skills.

• Ability to perform effectively in a fast paced, high work demand

• Demonstrated ability to work as a team player.

• Foreign language skills desirable but not required.

• Excellent computer skills in excel, word and power point.