Sunday, March 9, 2014

Term Limits Enforced ...

... as in the term for snaring these previously noted opportunities closes in the upcoming week.

Carnegie Endowment for International PeaceBlog Manager/Editor sought for the Carnegie Moscow Center – Russian proficiency required – Mar. 10

Georgetown Preparatory SchoolDirector of New Media (scroll down) – Mar. 10

U.S. Commission on International Religious FreedomPolicy Analyst, East Asia/Pacific – $55k-$75k- job ID: USCIRF-14-104985 – Mar. 10

United Nations FoundationAdmin Assistant, Global PartnershipsMar. 11 

Nature Conservancy (scroll to find or use advanced search & job #)
Virginia Board of ElectionsPolicy Analyst (search position # 00016) – $50k-$72k – Richmond, Va. – Mar. 12

American Public Health Association
Congressional Black Caucus FoundationVice President, Policy Analysis & ResearchMar. 14

Health Resources & Services AdministrationPublic Affairs Specialist – $75k-$116k – job ID: HHS-HRSA- DE-14-1052978 – Mar. 14

Potomac ConservancyOffice Coordinator & Executive AssistantMar. 14

University of MarylandDevelopment Officer, UMD Graduate SchoolMar. 14

Smithsonian InstitutionAdvancement Associate (pdf) – Mar. 14

The Walters Art MuseumDirector of Marketing & Communications – Baltimore, MD – Mar. 15

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Red Edge Analyze This (Advertising Analyst)

Red Edge, a leading digital advocacy firm specializing in apps, ads, and ideas for the liberty + free enterprise movement, is looking for someone who loves data (and maybe advertising, too.)

Our next hire will be a lovable geek who enjoys diving into the data. Day to day core responsibilities will include analyzing performance of digital ad campaigns across networks like Facebook and Google, looking for patterns in data, keeping track of key metrics for clients, and building reports that help our internal team stay ahead of the curve.

We’re looking for someone who is self-motivated, organized, an expert with Excel, and familiar with other data organization services. A plus, but not required, is familiar with targeted media buying online, such as Google Search or Facebook Advertising.

It’s a key role in a growing advertising department, at a place where we believe we are doing important work, so let us know how you think data can help make a campaign more efficient.

Please send the following to

--Your portfolio. Include links and descriptions of which parts of group projects you’re responsible for.

--Your (accurate) resume. If you list skills you don’t actually have, we’ll know after our interview and won’t want to work with you. (We have an oppo. researcher on hand.) We aren’t interested in a checklist of design applications and languages you’ve heard of. Show us what you’re good at, but also what excites you.

--Your salary expectations. We believe strongly in profit sharing, which in turn is tied to performance. But tell us what your annual salary expectations are.

--Your references.

--Plus...What you love about Excel.