Thursday, January 28, 2016

OK, Restaurant Partnerships Manager (#45) Looks Like It Might Be Kind of Fun

Just-the-jobs style as the DC area continues to dig out.

1) Administrative Office of the U.S. CourtsPublic Information Officer – $120k-$170k – apply by Feb. 10

2) American Federation for ChildrenDeputy Communications Director

3-5) BerlinRosen (scroll to find)
6) Brookings InstitutionAssociate Director with the Center for Health Policy

7-8) Comcast
9) Council on CompetitivenessCommunications Strategist

10) DC International SchoolDevelopment Manager/Director (scroll to find)

11-15) Georgetown University
16) Grassroots CampaignsDirector, Marketing & Communications

17) Harris Corp. Manager of International Government Relations

18-21) Industry Dive
22-24) Ketchum
25) LeidosMarketing & Communications Manager, Health Care

26) Lung Cancer Alliance Director of Health Policy

27) MelwoodDirector of Major Gifts – Upper Marlboro, MD

28-30) National Association of Federal Credit Unions (scroll to find)
31) National Nuclear Security AdministrationGovernment Affairs Specialist – $92k-$160k – apply by Jan. 29

32) National Roofing Contractors AssociationDirector of Grassroots Programs

33-38) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search by DC metro area or state location as noted)
39-40) New York Civil Liberties Union – NYC
41) Refugees InternationalInterns – Summer 2016 – apply by Mar. 15

42) Stimson Center – various Intern opportunities noted

43) Structured Financial Industry GroupAdvocacy Manager

44-45) Uber
46-47) University of Maryland
48) … and finally: there’s no pay involved, but our friends at the Dumbarton Oaks Park Conservancy have room for some volunteer help (scroll to find) in the areas of social media/web, business planning, database/file management and weed/invasive species eradication.

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Sunshine Sachs – Senior Account Executive/Account Manager, Crisis Communications

Sunshine Sachs is seeking a mid/senior-level New York or Washington, DC-based crisis communications professional. We are looking for someone who is agile, calm under pressure, can manage multiple tasks under tight deadlines, able to quickly assess situations and write effectively.

The ideal candidate will possess political, in-house and/or agency experience in crisis, corporate or investor communications, and have experience working in in litigious situations.

About Sunshine Sachs:
Sunshine Sachs is a full service communications firm with a scope reaching well beyond the capabilities of a traditional PR firm. Sunshine Sachs is built on the notion that good ideas have the power to change the world we live in, shape our cultural conventions and create new models of success in every industry. Our clients include the most notable brands and personalities spanning entertainment, fashion, music and sports. We also represent some of the world’s most impactful nonprofits and political mainstays, content creators and innovators.

Desired Skills and Experience
• 4-7+ years working in crisis, corporate, political or investor communications
• Ability to communicate effectively with both media and C-level executives
• Strong writing skills
• Excellent time management and prioritization
• Calm under pressure; ability to handle a diversity of projects at the same time under tight deadlines
• Basic knowledge of the US legal system
• Longstanding relationships with a diversity of New York and Washington, DC-based media across a broad spectrum of beats including political, business, healthcare and legal.
• Excellent pragmatic problem-solving skills.
Responsibilities include:
• Primary day-to-day contact for multiple clients
• Proactive media relations – pitching traditional media and bloggers and developing relationships
• Manage active crises
• Conduct risk assessments and draft proactive crisis plans
• Conduct media and public speaking trainings
• Create and manage timelines
• Draft and edit press materials (pitch letters, advisories, releases, op-eds, etc.)

Please email: with “Crisis Communications Position” in the subject line. No phone calls please.