Thursday, June 11, 2015

Welcome to Thursday

We're in extensive meetings today, but at least we have a someone-else-footing-the-tab happy hour to look forward to later.  Enjoy life's little victories, and today's just-the-jobs set.

1) AARPMedia Relations Manager

2) Adventist HealthCarePublic Relations/Marketing Coordinator supporting behavioral health services

3) AFL-CIODeputy Communications Director supporting the Union Plus program

4) American Academy of Physician AssistantsAssistant Director, Communications (scroll to find)

5) Americans for Tax FairnessCommunications Director

6) American Public Transportation AssociationProgram Manager, Communications

7) American Psychiatric AssociationSenior Writer for Advocacy & Outreach

8) American Studies Center/Radio America/American Veterans CenterDevelopment Officer – search managed by Talent Market

9-10) Brookings Institution
11-12) Burson-Marsteller
13) CBRECommunications & Media Manager

14-16) College of William & Mary – Williamsburg, Va., except as noted
17-18) Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
19) Dept. of Justice Public Affairs Specialist – $90k-$139k – apply by June 23

20) Dept. of Labor/Office of Federal Contract Compliance ProgramsWriter – $90k-$118k – apply by June 19

21-22) Destination DC
23-26) Edelman PR
27-28) George Mason University
29-30) Georgetown University
31-32) Golin
33) International Organization for MigrationCommunications & Social Media Assistant – apply by June 18

34) Hilton HotelsSenior Manager, Public Relations for the Curio brand

35) KetchumIntern, Brand Team – full-time – 6/22 to 9/30

36) MetLifeAssistant Vice President, Federal Government Relations

37-39) Mortgage Bankers Association
39) Mystery employer, Alexandria-basedCommunications Manager – search managed by Nonprofit HR

40) National Academy of MedicineDirector of Communications

41) National Association of ManufacturersCommunications Associate

42) National Football League Manager, Social Media Marketing – New York

43) National Multiple Sclerosis SocietyManager, Government Relations

44-47) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search by DC metro area or other location as noted)
48) New America Director of Communications & Events – see also main career page

49) Paper & Packaging BoardPR & Social Media Manager – apply by June 26

50) State DepartmentWeb Content Manager – $90k-$118k – apply by June 16

51) Tax AnalystsCommunications Coordinator

52) University of MarylandAssistant Athletic Director, Football Communications – apply by June 16

53) Virginia Board for People with DisabilitiesCommunications Director – to $55k – Richmond, Va. – apply by June 15

54-55) Washington Center for Near East Policy – searches managed by the HR Team
56) Working Partnerships, USACommunications Associate – Silicon Valley, CA area

57) World BankSenior Communications Officer – apply by July 1


Gordon said...

NextGen Climate - Communications Assistant

Location: San Francisco, CA


NextGen Climate is currently seeking a detail-oriented communications professional to join our team as a Communications Assistant, who will provide overall press and communications support to the Communications Team. The ideal candidate should have previous communications experience in a fast-paced environment.


· Monitor and compile daily media coverage.
· Write and edit press releases, statements, memos and other communications materials under tight deadlines.
· Build and manage press lists.
· Provide administrative support, attend meetings, handle scheduling and logistics.
· Prepare weekly newsletters and reports to internal and external stakeholders.


· A bachelor’s degree
· 1-2 years experience in a communications field, political experience preferred.
· Excellent organizational skills.
· 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
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.

Anonymous said...

After applying for the NFL job, I almost immediately received an email that I am not being considered and the listing is no longer posted. It was public until at least noon today, which I find strange. There was no open/close date so it's hard to say when this posting was actually made.

Gordon said...

Anon - while I'd like to think the Patriots are somehow involved, my guess is that the NFL probably got enough candidates already and were just in the process of getting the job de-listed today. Good luck w/ the continuing hunt.