Monday, July 28, 2014

Please be good (like really good) at your job in the anti-terrorism & -proliferation biz, OK?

We'll start your Monday by letting you know that yesterday's run of previously noted opportunities closing this week is a pretty good-sized set. 

SevenTwenty StrategiesVice President, PAC Programs – successful candidate will have strong networking, written & oral communications skills, experience developing PAC fundraising and outreach strategies and the capacity to manage the development of PAC compliant websites and other collateral materials

– or, as they are more fancily known, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors – seeks Corporate Affairs Associate, Communications in what is deemed a fantastic opportunity for a go-getter – $40k-$55k 

Arlington County is seeking a part-time Policy Analyst to provide senior level professional support to the County Board Members and to perform a wide range of analytical assignments and special projects – $25-$40/hr – apply by July 31

National Shooting Sports Foundation
Mystery education non-profit seeks Communications Project Assistant to update & reorganize web content – temporary through Sept. – $25/hr

Per Friday's comment field, Old Town-based TalentFront looks to bring a Media Relations Intern on board  - here's a link to their site to help you figure out who to contact.

Nonprofit human development organization FHI 360 seeks Communications Specialist to support their Civil Society & Peace Building Dept.  – 3+ years of demonstrated professional experience in public affairs, public relations, outreach, strategic communications, and/or marketing required

Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & FoxCommunications Manager – contract/temp assignment, Sept.-Dec. term

Friends of the National Zoo

American Dental Association Senior Project Assistant (scroll to find) – main responsibilities fall under providing admin support to the PAC department.

Mystery book publisher needs experienced Publicist with proven contacts in the industry – $40k+ 

Department Of EducationLegislative Director – $124k-$157k – job ID: OLCA-2014-0005 – apply by Aug. 8

George Washington University
(c) Management, an association management firm providing a range of support services to the Association of Community Cancer Centers and state medical oncology chapters seeks Policy Coordinator with 3 years relevant Hill and/or healthcare-related experience

Natural Products AssociationCommunications Coordinator – produces proofed and researched content that is concise & intelligible for a variety of channels – apply by Aug. 8

MWW GroupAccount Director, Corporate Communications – seeking CVs with 7+ years of experience in corporate communications/reputation management in an agency setting or in-house – New York 

FreedomWorks (scroll to find)
ShellGovernment Relations Advisor – minimum of 5 years of related government relations/policy experience required, as is an interest in and curiosity about the energy industry and the issues that affect it – apply by Aug. 22

The Scripps Howard Foundation would like to lure an innovative-thinking relationship builder to Cincinnati, OH to serve as President & CEO and help advance the cause of a free press and quality journalism

Communities in SchoolsDigital & Social Media Intern

Here’s a recently added Policy & Advocacy Intern with Management Sciences for Health starting in early Sept. – must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate (preferable) program

Arthritis FoundationDirector of Social Media & Interactive Brand Strategy – 5-7 years progressive experience in marketing, social media strategy and implementation, interactive communications, PR or related field required – Atlanta, GA 

Culmen International is seeking a Policy Support Analyst who will be attached to an unnamed Federal law enforcement client, who is responsible for preventing, countering, responding, and investigating threats of terrorism or proliferation involving chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear weapons. – active Top Secret clearance is, understandably, a requirement.  And, please be good at your job here, OK?

Jobs for the Future
Scroll down to see the temporary, DC-based Senior Advocacy and Public Policy Manager post with the international immunization advocates & abettors at the the GAVI Alliance – apply by Aug. 11 – other posts currently noted are Geneva, Switzerland-based

GESocial Media Manager – 5+ years of marcomm experience with specific experience developing and implementing social media programs sought – Norwalk, CT 

WKTR/WGNTProducer – Norfolk, Va.

Del Ray based communications cabal Reingold is in search mode for Communications & Marketing Intern for the Fall season – paid position – apply by Aug. 15


Anonymous said...

Communications Intern for the Association of Public Health Laboratories!

Gordon said...

P.R. Quinlan - Legislative & Regulatory Affairs Associate Program

The Legislative & Regulatory Affairs Associate Program at P.R. Quinlan offers a paid opportunity to one graduate student or strong undergraduate candidate in his or her junior or senior year, for a part-time program for the fall 2014 semester, in our Washington, D.C. headquarters. The position will provide the associate with substantive experience in the government affairs space. For extraordinary candidates there may be the possibility of further opportunities with P.R. Quinlan.


--Highly proficient with challenging internet-based research. Demonstrated ability to successfully complete broad, deep and sometimes arcane searches. (top candidates will be asked to complete a short, objective test of their Internet research abilities, directly related to the information P.R. Quinlan provides clients)
--Academic or internship experience with energy issues highly valued
--Attention to detail, strong writing skills, ability to efficiently evaluate and organize information also critical
--Legislative or government internship experience strongly preferred
--Previous experience with legislative, legal, and policy tracking or docket management not required but will strengthen application significantly
--Completed at least sophomore year of college by June 2014
--Currently enrolled in Political Science/Government, Law, Economics, Public Policy, Public Administration, or similar field of study

From September 2014 to December 2014 the student will need to commit twenty (20) hours per week for work to be completed at SCLLC’s downtown Washington, D.C. office (Metro-accessible).

--Research regulatory and legislative issues of interest to clients at state and federal levels
--After completing training, manage regulatory and legislation tracking for select states
--Monitor news and information sources for key policy developments
--Provide regular written summaries of developments on assigned issues, including policy papers and panel discussions, for PRQ staff
--Participate in staff meetings (in-person or via phone call) to discuss status and needs of various projects for current PRQ clients

Please send resume and cover letter to Antonio Soruco at
by August 15, 2014