Thursday, August 27, 2015

Here, Have Some Jobs

992) Here’s a super-fresh Communications & Marketing Associate (pdf) post with champions of a greener, shadier DC, Casey Trees – minimum of two years experience in communications and planning and managing large scale events desired

993) The Institute for the Study of War seeks a Deputy Research Director with exceptional writing, editing, and briefing skills, proven independent research skills, as well as a sophisticated understanding of military institutions and military operations

994) GEICO has a spot reserved at their Chevy Chase HQ for a Public Relations Specialist with 2-3 years of previous PR experience in corporate or agency setting, and strong project planning & messaging skills – can also search here

995) The Global Network Initiative seeks a flexible Research/Admin/Social Media Associate to support our work with major tech companies and civil society groups to advance privacy and freedom of expression online – noted here as a part-time post, but we’re told that it could move to full-time – apply by Aug. 31

996) American College of Obstetricians & GynecologistsFederal Affairs Manager

997) American Registry for Internet NumbersCommunications Writer

998) American Traffic Safety Services Association – Government Relations Assistant

999) America’s Essential HospitalsManager of Digital Communications

1000) ASAEAssociate Editor – $48K-$50K

1001) BechtelSenior Media Specialist

1002-1005) Brookings Institution
1006-1007) Capitol Hill
1008) Center for Clean Air PolicyDevelopment Officer – $55k-$70k

1009) CitiDirector, External Communications

1010-1012) Concerned Veterans of America – searches managed by Freedom Partners Shared Services
1013) Defense Intelligence AgencyDirector, Office of Corporate Communications – $121k-$177k – Top Secret clearance required – if you search further via vacancies link noted, you’ll see the post a Congressional communications/relations focus – apply by Sept. 20

1014) Georgetown Ministry CenterCommunications Manager – $35k-$40k

1015-1016) Georgetown University
1017) HHS/Administration for Children & FamiliesSupervisory Public Affairs Specialist – $126k-$158k – apply by Sept. 4

1018) International Monetary Fund Special Projects Officer/Senior Projects Officer, Communications – two-year term – apply by Sept. 2 (as noted here)

1019) Mystery animal rights organizationDirector of Communications – $109k-$139k – San Francisco or Los Angeles, CA preferred; other locations possible – search managed by Careers in Nonprofits

1020) Mystery environmental public interest groupCopy Writer – part-time – $10/hr – remote basing OK

1021-1023) National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
1024) National Association of Home BuildersAssociation Communications Manager

1025) National Ready Mixed Concrete AssociationManager/Director of Government & Political Affairs

1026-1028) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search by DC metro area or state location as noted)
1029) Northrop GrummanDefense Communications Representative

1030) Society for the Psychological Study of Social IssuesPolicy Director – $60k-$70k

1031) Truck Renting & Leasing AssociationManager of Government Relations

1032) University of Maryland University CollegeDirector, Career & Alumni Services Communications

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Growth Energy - Communications/Public Relations Assistant

Location: Washington, D.C.

Growth Energy is the nation’s leading association of ethanol producers and supporters. We are currently looking to add to our communications staff to ensure our message is delivered not only to policy makers in Washington, but also to the media, the public and our membership.

General Responsibilities:
The primary responsibility of this role will be to monitor news coverage of Growth Energy, the biofuels industry and Growth Energy’s membership and to compile daily news reports outlining the various stories surrounding the biofuels industry.
Furthermore, this individual will be responsible for creating general content such as: blog posts, member updates, assist communications staff with social media interaction as well as assist in general content creation for the communications team, membership organizations and Growth Energy’s diverse partnership.

Specific Responsibilities:
• Monitor daily media coverage of biofuels industry.
• Work with Growth Energy partners on NASCAR partnership and communications surrounding American Ethanol initiative
• Compile daily news summaries/clips of relevant stories each morning for distribution to staff and membership.
• Update Growth Energy website with pertinent news stories, press releases and other timely content
• Craft blog posts for Growth Energy’s homepage.
• Work with members of Growth Energy to assist in any communications/public relations needs.
• Assist in the drafting of publications and other communications materials as needed.
• Work directly with fellow communications associate to utilize social media to enhance origination’s messages on various platforms (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, YouTube, etc.).
• Assist in activating our grassroots advocates on priority issues using traditional and new media advocacy techniques (e.g. Facebook, Twitter).
• Serve as primary point of contact for media/public relation needs for membership organizations.
• Collaborate with colleagues to leverage and coordinate issue response activities in achieving earned media goals.
• Other duties as assigned.

Position requires a self-directed and energetic individual who possesses excellent speaking and writing skills coupled with the ability to identify key industry issues, disseminate information to staff and membership as well as generate positive news items to discuss on Growth Energy blog and social media platforms.

Other critical skills include: the ability to multi-task and work in a fast paced environment, a solid understanding of grassroots outreach initiatives and a firm grasp of various social media platforms.

At least one year experience in communications is a plus. Preference will be given to candidates with an agricultural/energy policy background, understanding of the U.S. policy process and government experience.

A bachelor’s degree in communications, political science or related field required.

To Apply:
Please submit a cover letter, resume, salary history and at least two writing samples to