Thursday, April 2, 2015

Go North, Young Jobseeker

... or at least a bit north, to Baltimore & Johns Hopkins University, whose 11 finds noted today are new since we checked in with JHU in mid-March.

1) City of Falls ChurchCommunications Intern – experience writing for both the web and social media platforms & interacting with the public desired – $12-$13/hr

2) Alliance of Community Health PlansAdmin Coordinator, Communications & Public Affairs

3) American Anthropological AssociationManager, Marketing & Communications

4-5) APCO Worldwide (scroll down to find DC posts)
6) Association of Government AccountantsCommunications & Marketing Manager

7) Brand USAManager, Marketing Communications/International – apply by Apr. 10

8) Brookings InstitutionSenior Director of Development – search managed by DRi Consulting

9) CACIStrategic Communications Consultant – Secret clearance required

10) Chesapeake Public StrategiesVice President, Communications

11) Columbia UniversityDigital Communications Manager – New York
12-13) Democracy International
14) DRT StrategiesPublic Relations/Communications Consultant

15-16) Environmental Defense Fund
17-18) Friends of the Earth
19) FTI ConsultingConsultant, Strategic Communications/Public Affairs

20-21) Georgetown University
22) Good Shepherd Housing & Family ServicesDirector of Development – apply by Apr. 30

23) Grocery Manufacturers AssociationGovernment Affairs Assistant

24-34) Johns Hopkins University – Baltimore, MD
35-36) Lockheed Martin
37) National Cattlemen’s Beef Association/Public Lands CouncilPublic Policy Intern – see also main career page

38-39) National Consumers League
40) National Council of Architectural Registration BoardsManager, Council Relations

41) National Stone, Sand & Gravel AssociationCommunications Coordinator

42-46) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search by DC metro area or other location as noted)
47-48) Palladian Partners/Altarum Institute
49) Project on Government OversightCommunications Fellow – one year term – mid-$30k – apply by Apr. 24

50) Production SolutionsCommunications Manager – search managed by Staffing Advisors

51) SEIUResearch Associate for the Low Wage Workers Campaign

52-53) Stratacomm
54-56) U.S. Chamber of Commerce
57) Vertex PharmaceuticalsSenior Director, Internal Communications – Boston, MA

58) Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing ArtsDevelopment Assistant

59) World BankCommunications Officer – online-focused – apply by Apr. 28


Gordon said...

International Council of Shopping Centers - Program Administrator, Community Development

Washington, DC

Compensation: $50k-$60k

Duties: Responsible for the administrative activity, logistics and project management of the ICSC Alliance Program (public/private partnership program). The mission of the program is to educate the public sector about the retail real estate industry and its impact upon local communities. The Alliance Program also serves to promote public-private partnerships and open dialogue on emerging issues impacting the retail real estate industry and the quality of life in local communities. Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Oversee program planning committees and assist in identifying partners, planning topics and speakers for Alliance programs; Coordinate the distribution and tabulation of program surveys, analyze and review results; Work closely with program planning committees to ensure that objectives are met; Promote Alliance programs and events through social media channels; Record management; Assist with preparation of presentations and PowerPoints; Assist with implementation of program budget; Answer member inquiries; Provide administrative support as required.

Qualifications: Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Communications or Marketing, Political Science, Public Administration or related field and at least 3 years of prior professional experience coordinating or administering programs and services and demonstrate good judgment, initiative, creativity, and a willingness to learn. Preference given to candidates with prior experience working in the public sector at local level or in public administration. Must have: top customer service skills; strong organizational and communication skills; Ability to manage multiple project simultaneously; Ability to set priorities; meet deadlines and follow up on open projects and events with minimum direction; High level of initiative and independent judgment within established policy and procedural guidelines. Highly adept at Excel, PowerPoint, Word and social media; Experience with gotomeeting and gotowebinar or similar on-line presentation programs. Some travel required.

Please send resume & cover letter to

See for more information about the International Council of Shopping Centers

Gordon said...

The Tarrance Group - Sampling Manager

The Sampling Manager handles the survey sampling process from initial discussion with project directors, sample acquisition and preparation, through delivery to phone banks for fielding surveys.

Responsibilities Include:

* Work with project directors in the firm to decide the appropriate sample frame for any given survey

* Obtain the required sample from a vendor or other list provider

* Set survey quotas instructions for the phone banks

* Prepare and send sample file and instructions to phone banks in advance of surveys fielding

* Communicate with phone banks and project directors during fielding for additional needs

Desired Skills and Experience

* Bachelor’s degree

* Proficient in MS Excel and Outlook

* Understanding of databases, including queries

* Understanding of survey sample theory

* Strong attention to detail

Send inquiries to

About The Tarrance Group

The Tarrance Group is one of the most respected and successful Republican survey research and strategy firms in American politics today. The American Association of Political Consultants recently recognized The Tarrance Group as the Republican Pollster of the Year