Tuesday, August 5, 2014

E3, GE, L3 & NBC

101) The American Bankers Association seeks a Speechwriter who can craft compelling messages across a variety of communications channels, as well as provide speaker training/coaching for ABA executives

102-103) We’re happy to give a little extra visibility to a couple of closing-soon opportunities in DC & KY with our friends at the Tennessee Valley Authority:
104) Advisory Board CompanyExecutive Assistant, Marketing – entry-level

105) Alliance for PeacebuildingInternships – apply by Aug. 11

106) American Action ForumInternships

107-109) American Diabetes Association
110) American RiversDevelopment Intern

111) Audubon SocietyDevelopment Associate, Events & Special Projects – New York

112) ATKVice President, Government Relations – secret clearance/clearable required

113-114) Blue Cross/Blue Shield Association
115) CACIWebmaster/Web Content Manager

116) ChildFund InternationalSenior Policy Advisor

117) Corporate Executive Board Digital Social Media Analyst

118) DC Public Service CommissionPolicy Advisor – $93k-$131k – apply by Aug. 14

119-121) Drug Policy Alliance
122-123) E3 Federal Solutions
124) Environmental Law & Policy CenterSenior Development Officer – Chicago, IL

125) Federal Reserve Bank of St. LouisSenior Media Relations Specialist (search job # 236897 or communications/public relations category) – St. Louis, MO

126-128) Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
129-132) Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (scroll to find)
133) GE Government Relations Counsel, Environmental – JD required

134-135) George Washington University
136) Greenberg Quinlan RosnerIntern, International Team – paid position – fluency in Spanish required

137-140) Global Policy Solutions
141-143) Human Rights First
144) Idealist Social Media Manager – $50k-$62k – New York

145) L3 CommunicationsVice President, Government Relations

146) Mystery employerMarketing Coordinator – part-time – search managed by Mom Corps

147-148) National Community Reinvestment Coalition
149-150) National Education Association
151) National PTADigital Communications Specialist

152) National Small Business AssociationGovernment Affairs Manager

153) National Sustainable Agriculture CoalitionGrassroots Intern (scroll to find)

154-155) NBC News
156) Pearson Digital Communications Creative Manager

157-158) Powell Tate
159-161) Resources for the Future – see also main career page here
162) Safety Net Hospitals for Pharmaceutical AccessSenior Director of Government Relations (pdf)

163) WETASenior Vice President & General Manager for NewsHour Productions

164) … and, finally: Elevation Franchise Ventures, corporate parent of this eponymous burger brand, seeks Social Media Manager – maybe they’ll send you off to check in their Doha or Qatar outposts at some point

165) … and finally, part 2 – per our friends at the required reading Potomac Flacks blog, take a shot from the high slot at Coordinator, Media Relations for the Chicago Blackhawks

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Gordon said...

Maternal and Child Survival Program - Communications Internship

The Maternal and Child Survival Program is a global, USAID Cooperative Agreement to introduce and support high-impact health interventions with a focus on 24 high-priority countries with the ultimate goal of ending preventable maternal and child deaths (EPMCD) within a generation. The Program is focused on ensuring that all
women, newborns and children most in need have equitable access to quality health care services to save lives.

The Maternal and Child Survival Program supports programming in maternal, newborn and child health, immunization, family planning and reproductive health, nutrition, health systems strengthening, water/sanitation/hygiene, malaria, prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV, and pediatric HIV care and treatment.

Jhpiego is the prime implementing partner, and other partners include Save the Children Federation, John Snow, Inc. (JSI), ICF International, Results for Development Institute, PATH, Population Services International (PSI) and CORE Group. Joining them are Broad Branch Associates, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Communications Initiative, Venture Strategies Innovations and Futures Institute as associate partners.

The Communications Intern will assist the MCSP Communications Team in executing communications plans and strategies. This includes seeking opportunities to highlight MCHIP programs, initiatives, products and results through featured articles, collateral, conferences, events, and via web and social media mediums.


• Support Communications Team in the execution of MCSP’s strategic communications plan

• Engage MCHIP and other organizations on social media channels

• Help to write and deliver press releases, fact sheets, blogs, articles and collateral materials

• Develop accurate and creative story ideas for a variety of media and selected audiences, including

• Aid in planning of high level events for USAID and MCSP

Required Qualifications:

• Demonstrate ability to plan and execute successful events and manage projects

• Ability to multi-task is a must

• Strong written oral and presentation skills

• Familiarity with and interest in international development

• Ability to meet deadlines under extreme pressure, build consensus and work with diverse groups of

• Preference will be given to students enrolled in graduate programs such as Communications, Public sharing among like-minded groups and partner organizations people

Health, Global Studies, and Public Affairs or other applicable programs. Strong applications from undergraduate students will be considered.

To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Sruti Ramadugu (sramadugu@mchip.net).

Only applications sent to the email address provided will be reviewed.