Friday, August 14, 2015

Living the Dream

It's Friday, and that's great – especially if one of these from a larger-than-usual workweek-ending set fits your bill (and you fit theirs, of course).

521-522) We’ll start your Friday off with some fresh opportunities with our friends at the British Embassy:
523-525) We’ll also highlight some new opportunities to audition for the Motion Picture Association of America – see also main career page:
526) The Prince Charitable Trusts, a family foundation that provides grants to families in the DC area, Chicago & Rhode Island, seeks a Managing Director for the DC office who will also serve as Co-Director of their Rhode Island program – search managed by Isaacson, Miller

527-528) The Hatcher Group (scroll to find)
529) This Business Analyst opportunity with the Patient Access Network is outside our usual scope, but perhaps one of you has the 1-2 years of experience related to web-based software application development and background in a clinical research organization, healthcare-related or nonprofit background they covet – apply by Aug. 28

530) Bluelight Strategies, a media consulting and public affairs firm specializing in Jewish and ethnic affairs, non-profits engaged in advocacy, progressive domestic and foreign policy, human rights, and research,  is currently seeking Intern (scroll to find) candidate applications for the Fall term.

531-533) AARP (scroll to find, or use advanced search & job #)
534-535) Advancement Project
536-537) American University
538-539) Barbaricum
540) BiogenDirector, Public Policy & Government Affairs

541) Booz Allen HamiltonPublic Affairs Officer supporting the U.S. Cyber Command – Top Secret clearance required – Fort Meade, MD

542) Boys & Girls Clubs of AmericaVice President, Government Relations

543) Cardinal HealthSenior Vice President, Government Relations

544) The Center for Leadership InnovationSocial Media & Admin Specialist – $35k-$40k

545) Children’s National Medical CenterSenior Associate Director, Annual Giving

546) Columbia Festival of the ArtsMarketing & Communications Associate (go to job opportunities) – $33k – Columbia, MD

547) Ernst & YoungGlobal Advisory Communications & Marketing Assistant Director – New York; Atlanta, GA or Cleveland, OH

548) Family Matters of Greater WashingtonSenior Development Associate

549) Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers – Chief Executive Officer – search managed by Raffa

550) FP1 StrategiesWar Room Assistant – part-time

551) Griffin & Company Media Relations Manager

552) Heritage FoundationCorrespondent for the Daily Signal

553) Maryknoll Office for Global ConcernsCommunications Manager

554) McKessonSenior Manager, Government Relations

555) Moody’sVice President, Government & Public Affairs

556) Mystery consulting firmAssociation Communications Specialist supporting association client – $40k-$45k

557) PBSSenior Editorial Associate, PBS Learning Media

558) Pew Research CenterIntern, Methodology

559) SEIUCommunications Coordinator, Politics & Legislation

560-561) Smithsonian Institution
562) Top producing insurance companyDirector of Communications & Marketing – Hunt Valley, MD – search managed by SPARKS

563-564) U.S. Institute for Peace
565) Wilderness SocietyCommunications Manager, Energy & Climate Campaign (scroll to find)

566) and finally: Baltimore’s venerated Lexington Market, which is apparently also a linchpin of Charm City’s fun-sounding but unfortunately-named Bromo Arts District, seeks Development Manager to help tap new funding sources for the enterprise.

567) and finally, part 2: your (or at least our) beloved Washington Capitals have a spot for a Coordinator, Community Relations; previous hockey playing experience preferred

568) and finally, part 3: we can close the polls now, as your job-of-the-year has clearly been identified – it’s Maui Nut Forest Program Director for the Nature Conservancy in no-doubt-lovely Makawao, Hawaii.  Living the dream.

Best wishes for a your-dream-coming-true weekend (our weekend dream involves some pool time and the Nats stringing together a few wins) from your favoritepublic affairs jobs resource.

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