Wednesday, September 10, 2014

From Our Inbox to You

Busy days for us, so this set will be be a bit briefer than usual – however, everything here today (except for the Capitol Hill listings) is a direct-to-us submission, so you can be a well-assured that all of these posts are still actively seeking CVs from folks like you.

But before we dive in: jobseekers, employers and individuals exploring careers in the media-for-social-impact space should register now for this FREE "Now Hiring!" Networking Lounge at the Media Rise Festival, hosted in partnership with Connected Potential & TableTribes at the Center for Social Impact Communication
   Monday, Sept. 22 at 6:30-8:30pm
   Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies
   640 Massachusetts Ave., NW
   register today!

Amplify Public Affairs seeks Assistant Vice President, Public Affairs with exceptional writing skills, as well as a strong media relations background; knowledge of the healthcare policy landscape a plus. Graphic Designer (scroll down) also sought; strong knowledge of major design applications, especially Photoshop & Illustrator, is required.

The National Institutes of Health seeks Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist/Chief, Public Communications Branch to helm communications activities for their National Institute of Child Health & Human Development affiliate – $124k-$157k – apply by Sept. 17 – separately advertised for status candidates here

PATH, a global health organization working to accelerate innovation in vaccines, drugs, diagnostics, devices, and systems & services, seek a Policy Communications Officer with a broad-based skill set, including the ability to develop messaging and positioning for an international NGO.

CLS Strategies is in search mode for an entry-level Associate with prior internship/work experience in public relations, public affairs or politics; multitasking ability and attention to detail also highly valued.

Several New York-based opportunities available with the Asia Society:
Make-A-Wish® Mid-Atlantic seeks a Communications and Marketing Intern – strong writing skills needed, AP Style knowledge a plus, basic graphic design skills preferred – apply by Sept. 19

The 316 Group is actively seeking Public Affairs Fellows who are interested in learning about advocacy, public affairs, digital campaigns and government affairs. Ideal candidates should be highly motivated, possess excellent writing skills, be detail-oriented, think critically & creatively; DC Metro location – see their twitter feed for more perspective on the group.

We just missed adding this to yesterday’s higher education jobs special, so we hope you won’t miss Office Administrator supporting the VP of Global Engagement for the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs at Georgetown University – $32k-$38k – 1-2 years of administrative / office experience, preferably in a college environment, is desired.

Capitol Hill

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