Friday, October 24, 2014

And, we're back ...

... thanks to the good work of now-with-more-flights-from-DCA Southwest Airlines, so here's some finds to get you through your Friday.  We plan to add some more listings from some of our usual Thursday & Friday mainstays, and perhaps a couple more, later on today.

1) The Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts has an opening for Coordinator, Public Relations that was described to us a great opportunity for someone with just a bit of professional experience who wants to learn and grow., as well as a good fit for someone who loves music and events; strong benefit package also noted.

2-3) Human Rights Campaign
4) The T. Howard Foundation, a group committed to increasing diversity in the multimedia & entertainment industry, seeks Program Intern (pdf) for admin & organizational duties – we’re told this opportunity will run from early Nov. to late Jan. – $10/hr – apply by Oct. 28

5) Neustadt Creative Marketing seeks skilled, collegial & precise Junior Writer to join their tight-knit team in the educational marketing space – Baltimore, MD

6-8) ACLU
9-12) Conservation International
13) International Food Research Policy InstituteHead, Policy & Advocacy supporting HarvestPlus

14-15) Koch Industries (search DC location)
16) National Conference on CitizenshipService Year Associate and Service Year Manager

17-18) Sapient
19) Seamon Corp.Graphic Designer – on-call status

20-22) Smithsonian Institution
23) U.S. Chamber of Commerce Managing Editor, Digital Content

24-28) World Resources Institute
29) American UniversityProgram Coordinator for the Program on Information Justice & Intellectual Property – $40k-$44k – apply by Oct. 27

30) Brookings InstitutionResearch Assistant supporting the Hamilton Project – starting Summer 2015

31-47) Capitol Hill
48-49) Georgetown University
50-56) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search & job #)
57) University of Virginia Associate Director of Gift Planning – $65k-$85k – Charlottesville, Va.

OK, that's it for Friday.  Best wishes for a great weekend from your favoritepublic affairs jobs resource.

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Pugatch Consilium - Research Intern

Pugatch Consilium is a boutique consultancy firm providing evidence-based research, analysis and intelligence on the fastest growing sectors of the knowledge economy. Dynamic and expanding, we work with a wide range of clients from the world’s largest multinational companies through to Chambers of Commerce, trade associations and public bodies. Although we have offices in London, Tel Aviv and Washington DC, we work primarily on a virtual model with team members based all around the globe.

Description of internship

We are currently seeking candidates for a paid internship position to begin in October 2014. The intern would support our consulting team in research, report writing and media outreach. The duration of the internship would be 3-6 months, with possibility of extension or a long-term position. The position would involve work out of our Washington DC office as well as the option to work on a remote basis. Applications are welcome from recent graduates or graduate students. Full-
time is preferable, but coordination around an academic schedule is possible.


- Assist in research and drafting of reports, briefings and presentations

- Monitor domestic and international media outlets for relevant news stories

- Assist in drafting news releases, blog entries and op-eds

- Attend client meetings, report releases and relevant DC policy events

- Other duties as assigned


- Degree or comparable experience in one or more of the following areas: economics, statistics, international policy, government affairs, health policy or law; a background in health economics or intellectual property a plus

- Well-versed in research; knowledge of domestic and international regulatory, economic and statistical databases

- Strong command of analysis and writing; must be able to understand and communicate to different audiences the political and economic context of the research conducted

- Familiarity with Excel-based data analysis

- Ability to work independently in a fast-moving environment

- Excellent verbal and written skills in English; additional languages a plus

- Experience in media outreach and familiarity with major media outlets and DC policy events/platforms a plus

If you are interested in the position, please send a resume and cover letter to