Friday, January 15, 2016

Learn the Construct

We’ll start your Friday with this high-profile Chief Communications Officer post at the Library of Congress – $128k-$160k – perhaps this copy of the LoC’s 2016-2020 Strategic Plan we unearthed will help inform your application plan – apply by Feb. 16

We have it on good authority that American Forests is actively recruiting for these roles:
Honda Motor CompanyCommunications Assistant – 1-2 years of experience in a communications, government relations or government office desired

National Society of Professional EngineersPolicy & Advocacy Associate – $40k – Metro-convenient Old Town location

It appears to us that this Online Fundraising Associate post with the Heritage Foundation is a recently re-titled version of the mid-Dec. opportunity shown here – 3-4 years in online and/or broadcast advertising for either a for-profit or non-profit organization or agency desired.

We see several new opportunities with Edelman PR since our early-Dec. check-in:
American UniversityExecutive Assistant, WAMU 88.5 FM – seeking candidates with at least 5 years’ experience supporting upper-level management, preferably in a non-profit environment

Well -respected & influential health association needs Government Relations Coordinator to support public policy SVP – temp-to-hire opportunity

Assorted admin opportunities with our friends at the British Embassy:
Education reform advocate the American Council of Trustees & Alumni seeks a new President of the dynamic & engaging variety – search managed by Talent Market – apply by Mar. 1

National Highway Safety AdministrationPublic Affairs Specialist – $63k-$99k – apply by Jan. 23

Apollo Education GroupState Government Relations Manager – at least 3 years of experience in a working on multiple business public policy issues within and across state and local governments desired

Urban Institute
Capstone National Partners, a DC & Milwaukee-based lobbying outfit, seeks Associate Lobbyist candidate to learn the construct and join the team

That's it for this week; we'll see you again with jobs closing in the upcoming week on Sunday, and we'll skip publishing on Martin Luther King Day.  Best wishes for a lovely weekend from your favoritepublic affairs jobs resource.

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