Monday, September 15, 2014

More to Come

We're a work-in-progress today; so check back for more.  And, don't forget previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week, as well.   Some nice direct-to-us tips among the first four employers mentioned today.

LeadingAge, a membership association of groups dedicated to expanding the world of possibilities for the aging, seeks Vice President of Communications with at least 10 years management or professional experience in media relations

National Nurses United is actively seeking candidates for these (scroll to find):
Recently added opportunities with Avalere Heath – who have a particularly nice, bright & easy-to-see-the-jobs career page:
Center for the Study of Social Policy:
1st Mariner Bank seeks Advertising & Communications Coordinator to join them in their Canton-situated offices in Baltimore, MD

This Web & Social Media Coordinator post appears to be new since our last Monday’s check-in with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

ICF InternationalCommunications Coordinator – graphics, design & printing-related skill-set required – can also search here, under keyword communications, where you’ll see the job was added to their rolls on Sept. 12

American Council on EducationDigital Communications Coordinator – strong knowledge of social media platforms & experience using content management systems are required.

Arlington County Dept. of Parks & RecreationPublic Relations Contractor – part-time – $25/hr 

Union of Concerned Scientists
AMTRAKSenior Director, Government Affairs – Senate-side focus;  transportation industry experience is, quite naturally, preferred

Assistant Director, Legislation & Political Action is new since mid-August with the College of American Pathologists

 ABBDirector of Government Affairs – your minimum of 12 years of related experience should include work on Capitol Hill and/or a Federal agency, and in energy or security sector issue areas. 

Neighborworks AmericaNational Public Affairs & Communications Advisor – strong writing, editing & project management skills desired

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