Thursday, December 4, 2014

That's More Like It

Here's a fairly robust just-the-jobs Thursday set for you.  Happy hunting!

1) Alzheimer’s Association National Capital Area Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations

2) American Motorcyclist AssociationGrassroots Coordinator

3-4) Association of Women's Health, Obstetric & Neonatal Nurses (scroll to find)
5-6) Brodeur Partners
7-13) Brookings Institution
14-15) Cancer Support Community (scroll to find)
16) Creative Computing SolutionsCommunications Specialist

17) CventCorporate Communications Associate

18) Defense Health Agency Public Affairs Specialist – $52k-$67k – job ID: NCJT14391 4341272189D – apply by Dec. 8

19) Dept. of the InteriorPublic Affairs Specialist – $89k-$138k – job ID: OST-DA-15- MM1252503(DEU) – apply by Dec. 17

20) Digital PromiseChief Communications Officer (scroll to find)

21) Edelman PR Assistant Account Exec, Digital

22-23) Fair Share
24) Fontaine & Company Communications & Admin Assistant – Baltimore, MD

25-27) Georgetown University
28) Insight Systems Communications Specialist

29) Mary’s CenterAdvocacy & Communications Associate

30) Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association Grassroots Manager

31) Mystery non-partisan election analysis publication Web Editor

32) National Association of RealtorsCommunications & Marketing Manager

33) National Catholic Educational AssociationSocial Media Coordinator – apply by Dec. 12

34-37) National Restaurant Association
38-43) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search by state)
44-47) Rare Conservation (scroll to find)
48-49) SAIC – opportunities supporting U.S. Army client
50-52) Share Our Strength
53) Smithsonian Institution Assistant Director for Communications – $124k-$157k – job ID: 15R-JW-299893- TRF-NMNH – apply by Jan. 14

54) Technatomy Corp. Communications Specialist

55) Walker Marchant GroupIntern


Gordon said...

Maternal and Child Survival Program - Maternal Health Internship

The Maternal and Child Survival Program is a global, USAID Cooperative Agreement to introduce and support high-impact health interventions with a focus on 24 high-priority countries with the ultimate goal of ending preventable maternal and child deaths (EPMCD) within a generation. The Program is focused on ensuring that all women, newborns and children most in need have equitable access to quality health care services to save lives. The Maternal and Child Survival Program supports programming in maternal, newborn and child health, immunization, family planning and reproductive health, nutrition, health systems strengthening, water/sanitation/hygiene, malaria, prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV, and pediatric HIV care and treatment.

Jhpiego is the prime implementing partner, and other partners include Save the Children Federation, John Snow, Inc. (JSI), ICF International, Results for Development Institute, PATH, Population Services International (PSI) and CORE Group. Joining them are Broad Branch Associates, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Communications Initiative, Venture Strategies Innovations and Futures Institute as associate partners.

The MCSP Maternal Health team (Jhpiego) is seeking an intern to assist with innovative and simplified means of data presentation. The intern will work with the MCSP Maternal Health team to develop a series of data visualization templates (e.g. ranging from simple charts and tables to more complex dashboards) to facilitate use of data at MCSP-supported health facilities. The intern will develop and/or adapt a range of data presentation options, both low tech (laminated dry erase for completion by hand) and higher tech (computer generated through excel or other software). The goal is to produce simple tools to enable facility managers to visualize performance data or service statistics on a monthly or quarterly basis. The data visualization templates should be easy for data managers to populate, and should foster clear interpretation by facility managers and clinicians.


• The intern will work closely with the Maternal Health Advisor and the M&E Advisor to develop a series of simple data presentation templates for potential field testing through MCSP field programs

Required Qualifications:

• Experience in graphic design and data visualization is preferred
• Familiarity with simple data presentations (e.g. bar charts, trend lines, etc.)
• Comfortable using excel and other simple software packages
• Preference will be given to students enrolled in programs such as Graphic Design and Communications.

Apply to: with resume/cover letter

Gordon said...

DCS Congressional - Account Manager

Washington D.C.

About the Company

Founded in 2004 by Senator Ted Kennedy’s former Chief of Staff, DCS Congressional is a small digital firm working primarily with Democratic offices on the Hill as well as campaigns, non-profits, and associations. With our engaged, hands-on approach, DCS seeks to empower progressive Members of Congress to communicate more effectively and broadly work toward the bettering of our nation one email, website, press release, or telephone town hall at a time.

About the Job

We are looking for a personable, progressive-minded, hard-working individual. You’re a good fit if you are data-driven and motivated to research and problem-solve when you encounter a problem or a roadblock. You’re probably the first of your friends to sign up for the latest social media platform. You’re not easily discouraged and don’t take criticism personally – in fact, you thrive in an environment that encourages you to continue growing and learning. When it comes to routine tasks, you have a tendency to ask questions and make improvements rather than blindly accept the status quo.
We are a small shop and looking for someone eager to get their hands dirty in a number of different capacities around the office.

Duties will include and are not limited to:
• Formatting Congressional e-newsletters in HTML;
• Managing and analyzing data to extract trends and/or insights to inform future actions for clients
• Interfacing with Internet Service Providers (ISP) to ensure high IP reputation and deliverability on all Congressional e-newsletter clients
• Proofreading and editing copy
• Interfacing on a daily basis with communications and systems administration staff, both in the House of Representatives and the Senate
• Completing regular updates to client websites
• Researching and implementing the latest trends in web and social media
• College Degree
• Superior understanding of MS Office Suite: MS Word, Excel, Access
• Affinity for analyzing and manipulating Big Data (you get excited about Excel spreadsheets)
• Ability to work effectively independently and in a team-oriented environment.
• Ability to work well under pressure and to meet deadlines.
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Strong technical analysis and problem solving skills
• Interest in progressive politics
Preferred Skills and Experience (but not required)
• Experience working in political campaigns
• HTML, proficiency in Dreamweaver or similar program
• Experience working with Adobe design suite, Joomla!, and Google Analytics a strong plus.
• Experience with Facebook Ads and other online marketing tools

Please send your resume and cover letter to: with “Account Manager” in the subject line.