Sunday, February 15, 2015

So Long, Bob Simon

Monday update: no new post today; check back with us for a new set on your likely-snowy Tuesday. 

Sunday brings you previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week, as well as a don't-miss opportunity to see a great newsman one more time below.

Blue Star Families – see also main career page
Association of Performing Arts PresentersManager, Marketing & CommunicationsFeb. 17

Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsLead Public Affairs Specialist – $76k-$99k – job ID: NE51035-12- 1322787NM027955D – Feb. 17

World BankOnline Communications Officer – French and/or Spanish language skills desirable – Feb. 17

Council of Better Business BureausCommunications CoordinatorFeb. 18

Dept. of the TreasuryPublic Affairs Specialist – $76k-$118k – job ID: 15-FS-309-P – Feb. 18

National Catholic Educational AssociationPublic Relations ManagerFeb. 18

Office of the Sergeant at ArmsChamber Support Staffer/Escort – $40k range – Feb. 18

Woodrow Wilson Center for International ScholarsDevelopment Specialist – $43k-$55k – Feb. 18

Dept. of TransportationMedia Specialist – $76k-$99k – photography-related duties predominant  – job ID: OST.RPP-2015-0001 – Feb. 19 
Administrative Conference of the United States – Communications Director – $105k-$136k – job ID: WA1325395-JN – Feb. 20

Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute
Dept. of Health & Human ServicesPublic Affairs Specialist – $90k-$118k – digital communications focus – HHS-ASPA-DE- 15-1322160 – Feb. 20

United Nations FoundationSenior Editor, Digital MediaFeb. 20  

Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search by DC metro area or other location as noted)
Mount Olivet United Methodist ChurchWeb & Media SpecialistFeb. 22

60 Minutes has been part of our weekly routine since growing up in a house where Sunday dinner was always served a few minutes before 7:00 pm, so we could all take our trays into the living room in time to watch as we dined.  Bob Simon is the latest departure from an ever-evolving cast to which we've grown attached.  We're so sorry to see him go without a proper goodbye, but we are slightly cheered that we can see one more new story of his, on efforts to create an Ebola-fighting drug, tonight on 60 Minutes.

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