Tuesday, November 25, 2014

In Progress

Just-the-jobs style for Tuesday,  and more to come as we roll through the day. – all done now.

1) Conover + Gould Strategic Communications has Spring 2015 Strategic Communications Intern (pdf) and Energy & Environment Intern (pdf) opportunities available – apply by Dec. 2

2) NAFSA: Association of International Educators is actively seeking candidates for this Senior Director for Public Policy post – 8-10 years experience in advocacy or public policy required, including 5+ years on the Hill, preferably in a legislative director or committee staffer role.

3-7) American Association of University Women
8) Army Installation Management CommandPublic Affairs Specialist – $63k-$82k – NEAG14294 0561264692D – Aberdeen, MD – apply by Dec. 4

9) Baltimore City Public SchoolsStaff Specialist, Strategic Communications (select apply now, then search under administration-general category) – $61k-$75k – Baltimore, MD

10) Blue State DigitalPrincipal Social Media Strategist

11) CBRECommunications & Media Manager

12) CGI – Communications Specialist (search req # J1114-1856) – apply by Jan. 19

13) CrowdskoutDeployed Digital Strategist (scroll down)

14) Dept. of AgriculturePublic Affairs Specialist – $89k-$116k – job ID: DE-15-1256930-CPF – apply by Nov. 28

15) EDENSMarketing Assistant (select open positions, scroll to find)

16-17) Millennium Challenge Corporation
18) Muscular Dystrophy AssociationVice President, Policy/Advocacy

19) Optimal Solutions Group Communications Specialist

20) U.S. Conference of Catholic BishopsPromotions Specialist – Spanish language skills preferred

21) Institute of International EducationAssociate

22) Mystery international think tankInterns – needed ASAP

23-27) Natural Resources Defense Council
28) NBCContent Producer, WRC TV (search DC location or use job # 18531BR)

29-30) Recent searches via Talent Market:
31) United Community MinistriesDevelopment Associate – mid $30k

OK, that's it; see you tomorrow (we hope; feeling a little sick right now)

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Guttmacher Institute - Senior Public Policy Associate (for Global Affairs)

Reports to: Vice President for Public Policy

Status: Full-time, Regular, and Professional Staff

Location: Washington, D.C.

Organization Summary:

With more than four decades of experience, the Guttmacher Institute is a global leader in advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights through an interrelated program of research, policy analysis and public education designed to generate new ideas, encourage enlightened public debate and promote sound policy and program development. The Institute’s overarching goal is to ensure the highest standard of sexual and reproductive health for all people worldwide.

Position Summary:

The Senior Public Policy Associate will lead an expansion of the work of the Institute using evidence and analysis to promote sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) at the global level. Working closely with the policy team as well as with our research staff and coalition partners in the United States and around the world, the Senior Public Policy Associate will be engaged in SRHR advocacy at the global level and here in the United States, through education and advocacy aimed at Congress and the administration regarding U.S. foreign policy.


• Representing Guttmacher in advocacy and outreach activities with United Nations (UN) agencies, Congress, relevant government agencies, key coalition partners and other organizations in the United States and globally;

• Preparing written materials for a wide range of audiences and purposes, including policy analyses and regular contributions to the Guttmacher Policy Review;

• Monitoring and analyzing policy issues and related developments around a portfolio of global SRHR issues; and

• Working with Guttmacher staff in developing, conducting, publishing and communicating policy-relevant research.


• Advanced degree in law, public health or public policy required.

• A minimum of five years work experience in fields broadly related to the Guttmacher Institute’s mission;

• Outstanding written and oral communication skills; experience in or familiarity with UN and other global processes relating to SRHR;

• Background in policy analysis and issue advocacy; and demonstrated ability to translate research into compelling and persuasive, issue-oriented information and educational materials.

• Ability to travel, including internationally.

Salary and Benefits:

Competitive and will commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits that include: medical, dental, vision and life insurance, 401(k) with employer match, commuting subsidy, and generous time off.


Send resume and cover letter to Human Resources, Guttmacher Institute, 125 Maiden Lane, New York, NY 10038; fax: 212-558-6268; e-mail: Please type in the subject line your first and last name and title of position, and send to applytoguttmacherdc@guttmacher.org

Please note that no telephone calls will be accepted. No agencies please.

Guttmacher Institute is an equal opportunity employer