Sunday, March 29, 2015

What You Missed...

... or perhaps didn't miss the first time around: previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week. 

Chesapeake Bay FoundationDirector of Development (scroll to find) – Mar. 31 

Little River United Church of ChristCommunications Coordinator – part-time – $11k-$12k – Mar. 31

SNVProposal ManagerMar. 31

Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search by DC metro area or other location as noted)
Library of CongressLegislative Analyst – $76k-$99k – job ID: 150055 – Apr. 1

Smithsonian InstitutionPublic Affairs Specialist – $52k-$68k – job ID: 15A-SR-300368A- DEU-SITES Apr. 1

USAID/Office of Foreign Disaster AssistanceStrategic Communications Team Leader (pdf) – $107k-$139k – see also main career page Apr. 1 

State Dept.Public Affairs Specialist supporting the Bureau of African Affairs – $90k-$118k – job ID: HRSC-AF-2015-0013 – Apr. 2

Eurasia FoundationOutreach & Communication Manager supporting the Stevens InitiativeApr. 3

GreenpeaceArctic Mobilization Specialist – DC or San Francisco, CA – Apr. 3

International Monetary Fund Communications OfficerApr. 3 (as noted here)

Research!America Communications SpecialistApr. 3

United Nations FoundationDigital Producer, Email & Digital MediaApr. 5

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Chamber of Digital Commerce - Communications Director

The Chamber of Digital Commerce is currently interviewing for a full-time communications director. This role would require working closely with the Chamber President and the government affairs staff to develop and implement a communications strategy in support of the Chamber’s overall legislative, regulatory and reputation objectives.

Responsibilities would include writing regular membership newsletters, creating presentations for webinars and other speaking engagements, managing the social media accounts and blog, and overseeing all public relations and marketing work. This role will be highly entrepreneurial in nature and requires strong writing and organizational skills. We are looking for someone that can embrace a startup mentality, work independently, and add value to the organization. Preferred candidates would bring 3-5 years of experience in media relations, social media and past work in either the news media, as part of a Capitol Hill or Administration office, or with a PR agency.

If you are interested in applying, please submit a resume, cover letter and writing sample pertinent to the industry we represent to