Friday, November 28, 2014

Friday Afternoon Leftovers

Here's some mid-afternoon finds to give you something to consider between sorties to the fridge for leftover bird & stuffing.  The creamed onions are all finished?  Damn. 

American UniversityAdmin Assistant, School of Public Affairs – $16-$17/hr

University of MarylandExecutive Director of Web & New Media Strategies – $128k-$160k – seeking tech-proficient candidates at least 8 years experience in planning & directing marketing communications initiatives, particularly using web/online or e-marketing channels.

Federal Emergency Management AgencyPublic Affairs Specialist, Digital Engagement – $52k-$82k – job ID: FEMA-15-AC-14926-CORE – fluency in Spanish required – apply by Dec. 1

U.S. Green Building CouncilMedia & Communications Specialist – 3-5 years communications / PR / media experience required; knowledge of AP Style & previous work with Burrelles, Luce, Vocus, Kapost, HTML and other online media tools a plus

Physicians Committee for Responsible MedicineGovernment Affairs Intern

Free PressInternships (grad and undergrad) and Media Policy Fellowships – Dec. 1 applications deadline for Spring term in both cases

Van Eperan & Co.
Personal-finance-media-mainstay/that-magazine-your-parents-get Kiplingers seeks Investment Writer with at least 5 years of related experience

World at Work, a human-resources professional group promoting a Total Rewards compensation approach, seeks DC-based Media Manager (scroll to find) with 5-7 years experience and fine writing skills – editorial & marketing posts also available at their Scottsdale, AZ HQ

International Christian ConcernCommunications Manager – $45k-$70k – graphic design & digital marketing experience particularly valued 

Millennium Marketing SolutionsSocial Media Specialist – Annapolis Junction, MD

Association of Oil Pipe Lines Digital Communications Manager – part time – media monitoring and online/social media advocacy appear to be your primary focus

Bloomberg BNA
Ask Santa for some extra-warm clothing items this year in preparation for your periodic travel to Alaska and perhaps Canada as Arctic Policy Advocate with the Natural Resources Defense Council – but rest easy (at least until local polar vortex season); it’s a DC-based position.

National Board for Professional Teaching StandardsOutreach & Communications Associate – temporary position; Dec.-Apr. – search managed by the HR Team

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