Tuesday, June 30, 2015

From the Roads Less Travelled File

For your Tuesday specialty programming, we looked for jobs that are listed on assorted job boards that we utilize less frequently than many of the mainstays in the public affairs job space.  We hope the alternate approach turns up a good lead or two for you that you might not have otherwise stumbled across.

American Nurses AssociationAnnual Giving Services Manager

American Red Cross
Apogee EngineeringCrisis Communications Expert – Secret clearance preferred – Colorado Springs, CO

Bloomberg BNACopy Editor

Center for a New American DreamExecutive Director – Charlottesville, Va.

Center on Budget & Policy PrioritiesDigital Communications Assistant/Associate

Chesapeake Bay Trust Communications & Development Associate – apply by July 17

Dangerous Speech ProjectResearch Assistant – $15-$25/hr – appears to be a part-time opportunity

DC Primary Care AssociationDirector of Development & Communications

Democratic GainDigital Communications Fellow

Deep Vision Dance CompanyAdmin Assistant/Intern, Marketing, Fundraising & Design – part-time/one-year term – Towson/Perry Hall, MD

Eastern Virginia Medical SchoolsAccount Exec/Public Relations – $52k-$68k – Norfolk, Va.

Edison Electric InstituteSenior Digital Communications Strategist

Endocrine Society Senior Managing Editor

Environmental IncentivesCommunications Officer – apply by July 10

Federation of American HospitalsVice President of Communications

Horizon FoundationProgram Officer – Columbia, MD

Production Editor – Catonsville, MD

International Council on Clean Transportation Electric Vehicle Intern – Aug. 2015 start-time preferred

Ivymount School Director of Development & Communications

Jewish Social Service AgencyDirector of Marketing – apply today, June 30

League of Women VotersExecutive Director – search managed by DRI Consulting

Lutheran Immigration & Refugee ServiceGraphic Design & Marketing Specialist (pdf) – see also Inside NGO jobboard

Marriott InternationalProgram Specialist, Corporate Social Responsibility

Maryland Volunteer Lawyers ServiceDirector of Development – $50k-$70k

Merkle Towle Communications
Mystery international development organizationDirector of Foundation Relations – search managed by Devex

Mystery PR firm Senior Associate

Mystery Rockville employerOffice Administrator – $65-$70k – search managed by B.H. Griner

National GrangeIntern

National Marine Sanctuary FoundationCommunications Manager

National Review InstituteRegional Development Officer – location flexible

National Women’s Law CenterMedia Director

Oregon Environmental CouncilWater Program Director – Portland, OR – apply by July 7

RaytheonPublic Relations Representative

Receipt BankCommunications Specialist

SAGE PublicationsSenior Media Content Producer

Steptoe & JohnsonLegislative Assistant

Threshold GroupDirector of Marketing & Communications – Seattle, WA

Thomson ReutersU.S. Elections Reporter – DC or New York

Vermont Energy Investment Corp.Deputy Policy & Public Affairs Manager – Burlington, VT

Washington National CathedralExecutive Assistant, Development

Wilderness SocietyExecutive Team Assistant

Women Thrive WorldwideDirector of Development

1 comment:

Gordon said...

NextGen Climate - Writer

San Francisco, CA

NextGen Climate is currently seeking a detail-oriented communications professional to join our team as a Writer, who will provide overall writing support for NGC principals and staff. The ideal candidate should have previous writing experience in a fast-paced environment, with strong preference given to candidates with experience speechwriting or drafting materials in an organization-specific voice.


• Write and edit blog posts, statements and editorials for NGC principals and validators.
• Draft talking points and remarks for principals and validators, in support of the NGC speechwriter.
• Edit materials generated across departments to ensure organizational consistency of message and tone.
• Create a variety of compelling and creative content targeted to diverse audiences.
• Oversee speech and editorial calendar for principal-level engagement.


• A bachelor’s degree
• 3-6 years experience in a communications field, writing experience preferred.
• Excellent written communication skills and attention to detail.
• The ability to adapt rapidly to evolving priorities and deadlines.
• Driven with a strong work ethic.
• Ability to work flexible hours.


NextGen Climate offers competitive salaries commensurate with experience and a very comprehensive benefits package.


If you are interested in applying, please send your cover letter and resume to jobs@nextgenclimate.org. NextGen Climate is an equal opportunity employer.


NextGen Climate is a non-partisan organization focused on bringing climate change to the forefront of America’s political dialogue. Founded by investor and philanthropist Tom Steyer in 2013, we act politically to prevent climate disaster and preserve American prosperity. Working at every level, we are committed to supporting candidates, elected officials and policymakers across the country that will take bold action on climate change —and to exposing those who deny reality and cater to special interests.