Monday, March 21, 2016


It's already peak cherry blossom season!  We're fans of the blooms themselves and the assorted festivities, despite what they do to our evening commute.  And, it appears the ol' drone will have to stay in the garage, if we had either a drone or a garage.

And, don't forget Sunday's slim set of previously noted opportunities closing this week.

We’ve previously noted both the Director of Public Affairs and Senior Associate, Digital Content & Multimedia opportunities supporting the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University; we’re told GW is still actively seeking candidates for both slots.

The Glen Echo Group seeks multitask-capable Senior Associate with 2-5 years PR/strategic communications experience, strong writing skills & facility with digital platforms & tools.

The National Association for Biomedical Research seeks Media Coordinator/Writer with 3-5 years of writing, public relations, or communications experience; proficiency in WordPress, SEO strategy, InDesign and Illustrator are also significant pluses.

The Food Allergy Research and Education is seeking an outstanding, creative writer, storyteller and copy editor to fill Manager, Communications post – issue experience in health, science, research or medical field desired, PR agency experience a plus.

CTGJunior Communications Specialist – $43k – at least 6 years of relevant experience desired, as well as familiarity w/ Adobe Creative Suite and content management systems – position supports their FAA client, who remind you that drones & cherry blossoms don’t mix

Airbnb – DC-based posts, described as temporary opportunities
EcoPeace Middle EastNorth American Development & Policy Officer (pdf) – seeking candidates with both fundraising and international advocacy experience – location flexible in U.S. – see also main career page – apply by Apr. 3

The Joint CommissionAssociate Director, Federal Relations – 3-5 experience as an employee of an executive branch agency related to healthcare preferred

APCO Worldwide

National Asian Pacific American Women's ForumPolicy & Legislative Affairs Director (pdf) – at least five years of experience on Capitol Hill & knowledge/experience on issues such as reproductive justice, economic justice and immigrant rights desired – apply by Mar. 31 (as noted here)

FEMA seeks Media Relations Specialists on intermittent/reservist basis – $12-$16/hr (when deployed) – apply by Mar. 25

This Genetics & Public Policy Fellowship opportunity offered via the American Society of Human Genetics and the National Human Genome Research Institute is designed as a bridge for genetics professionals wishing to transition to a policy career – 16 month term, starting in August – $72k (annual) – apply by Apr. 25

Fresh opportunities with the Children’s National Medical Center:
U.S. Commission on International Religious FreedomCommunications & Government Relations Specialist – $90k-$110k – apply by Apr. 29 

Dept. of Commerce/Economic Development AdministrationPublic Affairs Specialist – $92k-$119k – apply by Mar. 25

We’ve previously listed some Summer Intern posts available with the Pew Research Center (see entire list here) the ones listed below appear to be new:
Indian Health ServiceSupervisory Public Affairs Specialist – $128k-$160k – apply by Mar. 29

Economic Policy InstituteEditorial/Research Associate – 4-6 month term – trade & manufacturing policy focus – excellent writing, research, and qualitative & quantitative analytical skills required
Heritage Foundation
RMR & AssociatesPublic Relations Coordinator – described as entry-level – Rockville, MD location

Cystic Fibrosis FoundationFederal Policy Manager
Federal Railroad AdministrationDigital Communications Specialist – $77k-$119k – apply by Mar. 31

1 comment:

Carol said...

$12-$16/hour to work for FEMA on a moment's notice. And you're expected to have skills. Could they be after retirees or somesuch?
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