Wednesday, May 6, 2015

55 Mid-week Finds

We remain in M-W-F mode, and mainly just-the-jobs style today.  See you again Friday.  We're busy!

1) The Aspen Institute seeks Communications Manager to support the Aspen Global Leadership Network – 4-6 years’ experience in communications in non-profit or social enterprise setting desired, as well as a track record of oral, video and written storytelling – significant travel promised.

2) The Atlas Project wants you to know about Political & Research Fellowships (scroll to find) running through the end of the Summer, where your well-honed research & writing skills will help build the institutional memory & political wherewithal of the progressive movement

3-4) Air Line Pilots Association
5) American Immigration Lawyers AssociationGrassroots Advocacy Associate (pdf)

6) American Institute of ArchitectsDirector, Social Media

7) American Society of Addiction MedicineAdvocacy, Policy & Payer Relations Coordinator

8) American Petroleum InstituteSocial Communications Manager

9) Ausley AssociatesPublic Affairs Specialist – supporting U.S. Navy client – Lexington Park, MD – see also main career page

10) Brookings InstitutionWeb Content & Digital Meeting Specialist

11-12) Capitol Hill
13-14) Care, Inc.
15) Change.orgCommunications Manager

16) Commonwealth FoundationDirector of Strategic Communications – Harrisburg or King of Prussia, PA – search managed by Talent Market

17-18) Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
19) DC Central KitchenManager, Community Engagement – $35k-$38k

20) Defense Security Cooperation AgencyCommunications Manager supporting the supporting the DoD Africa Center – $90k-$118k – job ID: NDU-15-36-1379198 – apply by May 23 – note: this is a different listing than an identically-titled post we noted last week

21-23) Generic Pharmaceutical Association
24) Georgetown UniversityAdmin & Grant Coordinator supporting the Georgetown Climate Center

25) Human Rights CampaignPolicy Assistant

26) Illinois Policy Institute Vice President of Research – Chicago or Springfield, IL – search managed by Talent Market

27) Independent Community Bankers AssociationManager, Political Events

28-29) Innovations for Poverty Action
30-32) Literacy Council of Montgomery County – see also main career page
33) Johns Hopkins Hospital/Health SystemEvents Manager – Baltimore, MD

34-35) Millennial Action Project – see also main career page
36-38) National Academies (note: coming up slowly for us in Firefox; may have to scroll down to see info when pages load)
39) National Alliance on Mental IllnessWalk Program Senior National Manager – apply by May 31

40-44) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search by DC metro area or other location as noted)
45-46) Sierra Club
47) UberPublic Policy Associate, Mid-Atlantic

48-49) United Way
50-51) Vox Global
52) Wiley ReinProject Assistant, Public Policy

53-54) Working America
55) Yahoo!Legal/Public Policy Intern – for current 1L or 2L students

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Mercury - Director/Vice President, Public Relations, International Division

Location: Washington, DC

Description: Mercury, a leading bipartisan public strategy firm, is seeking a public relations specialist for its Washington, D.C. office, working predominantly on international accounts. The role would focus on developing and executing public relations strategies, including media pitching/securing media placements, message development, and crisis communication. The role will require someone who is able to work long and at times unusual hours and to occasionally travel internationally without advanced warning.

About the ideal candidate:

-S/he should have 5+ years of experience working in PR and media relations

-S/he should be able to balance multiple accounts, including building strong working relationships with client leadership

-S/he should be highly organized, results-driven, a self-starter, and capable of working under pressure

-S/he should work well as part of a team

-S/he should have relationships with key members of the media or other influencers, and should be able to expand that network/build new relationships as needed

-S/he should have proven ability to secure prominent media coverage on behalf of clients

-S/he should have strong writing skills

-S/he should have a background or strong interest in international relations and/or foreign policy

About the firm: Mercury is a high-stakes, bipartisan public strategy firm, providing a comprehensive suite of services that includes: public affairs, government relations, international consulting, digital influence, public opinion research, media strategy and a grassroots/grasstops network in all 50 states. Mercury has offices in Washington, D.C., New York, California, and 10 other locations across the U.S.

TO APPLY: Send resume and cover letter to

Please include position in the subject line.