Thursday, February 27, 2014

Ringmaster Wanted

We remain in just-the-jobs mode; we should have more to come during the day all set for today, now.

148) Society for Personality & Social PsychologyCommunications Director

149) Forum Onemultiple opportunities available at this digital communications cabal including tech/design posts; for the DCPA+CJ community, the Project Manager (scroll to find) posts are probably most relevant

150-151) Threespot Media
152) Enterprise Community Partners – Special Assistant, Office of the President – New York

153-154) Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project
155) StratacommCommunications Intern, Summer 2014

156) American Society of Clinical OncologyHealth Communications Program Associate

157-158) APCO Worldwide
159) Bloomerg BNACommunications Director

160-163) Georgetown University
164) Montgomery CollegeMedia Relations Assistant Manager – $58k-$79k – apply by Mar. 21

165-166) America Abroad Media
167) American Council on Renewable EnergyInterns, Summer 2014 – apply by Mar. 3

168-169) Brookings Institution Pressmain site here
170) Catholic Relief ServicesSenior Major Gift Officer – home office-based in Midwest region

171) Center for Strategic & International StudiesInterns, Summer 2014 – apply by Mar. 14

172-173) C-SPAN
174) FasterCures Intern

175) Mystery employer, Alexandria-basedDigital Strategist (scroll down to marketing posts) – search managed by Lifesearch Technologies

176) McFaddenAdmin Assistant/Receptionist

177-184) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find or use advanced search & job #)
185) St. Albans SchoolDirector of Alumni Relations (pdf) – search managed by DRI Consulting

186-189) University of Maryland Medical Center – Baltimore, MD

more to come OK, we're done –

1 comment:

Gordon said...

The INGAA Foundation - Intern

The INGAA Foundation is seeking a summer intern with a background and interest in energy and energy policy. This paid internship is located in Washington, DC. Successful performance may lead to a full-time researcher/communications assistant position with the Foundation and its partner the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA), the premier trade association representing interstate transmission pipelines.

We prefer a graduating student who will receive a bachelor’s or an advanced degree.

We will consider public policy/political science, communications and engineering majors, with strong writing skills. The successful candidate must have a strong background and experience with Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint. Familiarity with Adobe Photoshop and/ or graphic design is valuable.

The successful candidate must have experience and comfort with viewing, manipulating and sorting a variety of data in Microsoft Excel. Tasks also will include posting to the web via a custom interface and assisting in developing presentations. Please include a cover

letter with your resume.

• Assist in reviewing draft reports on various natural gas related topics prepared by

consultants retained by the INGAA Foundation;

• Research various technical subjects regarding natural gas and related topics;

• Assist in preparing public communication documents on natural gas and natural gas

pipeline topics including safety, environment and air quality;

• Prepare draft documents on selected topics;

• Help prepare presentations and speeches;

• Attend energy briefings on behalf of senior staff and provide summary notes;

• Assist in developing website content and other communications products; and

• Perform other duties as assigned.

The INGAA Foundation was founded in 1990 by INGAA to advance the use of natural gas for the benefit of the environment and the consuming public. The Foundation's primary activity is sponsored research focused on promoting natural gas use and safe, efficient pipeline construction and operation. The Foundation has completed over 70 studies and projects since 1990. These studies have addressed issues such as the environmental impacts of energy use, improved pipeline construction practices, pipeline safety procedures, new technologies and market opportunities for natural gas.

INGAA is the Washington, DC-based trade association that represents the interstate and interprovincial natural gas pipeline industry in North America. INGAA’s members transport the majority of the natural gas consumed in the United States through a 190,000-mile interstate transmission pipeline network. In addition, the association’s members include the owners of four operational liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals in the continental United States, as well as several developers of proposed new LNG terminals.

Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter to Richard Hoffmann ( and Cathy Landry ( by March 15, 2014.