Thursday, September 3, 2015

We're blocked for a clever title, but please enjoy these jobs.

1) The American Red Cross seeks Media Relations Director with 10+ years of experience in media relations, PR or journalism, including supervisory/managerial experience; background working in a newsroom environment highly valued.

2) In addition to the position with ICF International we noted in yesterday’s set, we’re told that this Health Communications Senior Manager (search keyword tobacco or use job # 1500002509) opportunity is also still available.

3) We have it on good authority that the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine is still looking for the right candidate for this Project Assistant post – 1-3 years of experience (including internships) in an admin environment with specific experience in scheduling & managing calendars as well as keeping meeting minutes desired.

4-5) American Bankers Association
6) American Bar AssociationOutreach Director supporting the Rule of Law Initiative

7) American College of Medical Genetics & GenomicsCommunications Coordinator – search managed by Nonprofit HR

8) American Society for Radiation OncologyMedia Relations Manager

9) APCO Worldwide Media Relations Manager

10) Aplastic Anemia & MDS International FoundationCommunications & Outreach Senior Director

11) Biotechnology Industry OrganizationDirector of Communications & Executive Writer

12) Chronicle of Higher EducationAssistant Editor – part time

13) Concurrent Technologies
15) Dept. of the Interior/Bureau of Safety & Environmental EnforcementSpeechwriter – $76k-$118k – apply by Sept. 15

15-16) Human Rights Campaign
17) Georgetown UniversityAssociate Director, MBA & McCourt Public Policy School Annual Fund

18) Humanities Council of Washington DC Director of Development & Communications – $60k

19) International Alliance for Responsible DrinkingSenior Communications Manager – apply by Oct. 7

20) Kaiser PermanenteSenior Director, Corporate Communications

21-22) National Governors Association – see also main career page
23-27) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search by DC metro area or state location as noted)
28) NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association – Communications & Policy Assistant – can also search here

29) Mystery employerCopywriting Senior Coordinator – temp-to-hire basis – search managed by McKinley Marketing Partners

30) Mystery employerMarketing/Communications Coordinator – search managed by The Creative Group

31) Mystery business info publicationCopy Editor – temporary/contract basis – $17-$22/hr – search managed by Beacon Hill Staffing

32) Ocean ConservancyCommunications Manager, Policy Initiatives

33) The Phillips Collection – Associate Director, Marketing & Communications

34) Relief InternationalCommunications & Public Relations Officer – see also main career page

35) RTKLPublic Relations Lead

36-37) Uber
38) URACDirector of Marketing & Communications (scroll to find)

39) Vistra CommunicationsSenior Communications Consultant

40-41) Working America

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Hillary for America - Salesforce Lead

Our mission at Hillary for America is to give every family, every small business, and every American a path to lasting prosperity by electing Hillary Clinton as the next President of the United States. We are a driven team of passionate people from across the country, working around the clock to achieve our mission and put our country on the right path forward.

Team Overview

The Salesforce team is responsible for operating, maintaining, and implementing all Salesforce Applications. Salesforce serves as one of the main operational platforms for the campaign.

Role Overview & Day-to-Day

As Salesforce Lead you will report to the Deputy CIO. Your day-to-day responsibilities will consist of helping users with requests, maintaining the overall quality of the system, as well as building new and complex applications. Salesforce Lead serves as the person responsible for gathering requirements and configuring those requirements, as well as working with members throughout the campaign to create applications that meet the needs of each team. Additionally, the role helps departments map out, define, and enhance business processes. The role serves as the point-of-contact for all Salesforce related-needs, from scoping and defining, to building, training, and improving. You will work within the Operations team at Campaign HQ in Brooklyn. You will be exposed to all departments within the campaign as Salesforce is touching many different areas.

Tasks & Responsibilities

--Gather requirements from teams to build or update existing applications
--Help maintain day to day Salesforce needs (maintain and monitor Salesforce, data, and users)
--Conduct user trainings
--Write user training guides
--Data Load
--Deployments and Change Sets
--Build Reports and Dashboards
--Define and enhance business processes
--Build workflow rules, approval processes, and validation rules
--Build emerging and new applications consisting of configuration heavy projects
--Onboard new users and departments

Required Skills & Background

--Strong understanding of Salesforce configuration
--Understanding of securities, permissions, and sharing models in Salesforce as we are working with highly sensitive information Certified Admin
--At least 2-5 years of Salesforce configuration experience
--Ability to work in a fast paced environment with quick timelines
--Ability to manage multiple work streams
--Strong understanding of permissions and security in Salesforce

Bonus (please indicate if you have experience with the following):

--Ability to create visual flows
--Ability to write Visualforce pages
--Ability to write Apex Code
--Ability to create and integrate Webforms into Salesforce
--Has worked with or configured Quickbase in the past

Application Instructions

To be considered for this position, go to, apply to work on the campaign, and select Salesforce Development from the Teams & Functions box when you submit your resume. Also email to let them know that you have submitted your application.

The Campaign is an equal opportunity employer. The Campaign believes every employee has the right to work in an environment free from unlawful discrimination as is consistent with our commitment to diversity, respect, and inclusion. Consistent with applicable federal, state and local laws, the Campaign provides all employees and applicants with equal opportunity in all aspects of the employment relationship. This includes employment decisions related to hiring, promotions, transfers, disciplinary action, termination, and training.