Friday, March 25, 2016

We're Finishing with Furnishings

That's right, we're ending your job-seek week with a splendid opportunity to assess, acquire & dispose of settees, davenports, sideboards, nightstands & the like to your heart's (or budget's) content.  (Honestly, we'd love to take that job at the bottom of the page, ourselves. Really.)

League of Conservation VotersOnline Engagement and Email Acquisition Coordinator – 1-3 years of online communications experience required – previous work with online advertising or content management systems like Convio or Salesforce preferred – apply by Mar. 31

The Jesuits have let us know about these currently available posts supporting their community of 17,000-plus priests and brothers worldwide:
  • Policy Director – minimum 6-10 years relevant experience required, along with familiarity with social justice issues – apply by Apr. 18
  • Communications Intern – apply by Mar. 31
  • we’re also told this New York-based Intern opportunity with the Catholic/Jesuit publication America is also not yet filled – $50/day stipend noted
Crosscut Strategies is actively recruiting for this Strategic Communications Manager post – 4-6 years of relevant experience desired, along with excellent & speedy writing abilities; familiarity with healthcare & technology sectors a plus

Here’s a fresh Director of Development Communications opportunity with BBYO – ideal candidate will have at least 5-7 years’ experience in the fields of development and/or marketing/communications; knowledge of BBYO and/or the Jewish community is preferred – see also main career page

The National Geographic Society has just passed along this excellent-sounding Manager, Communications opportunity – 5+ years of relevant experience required; familiarity with WordPress, Cision & Meltwater or similar applications preferred

If you have 5+ years of experience managing web & digital marketing projects, a passion for plant-based nutrition & public health, and strong leadership & communication skills, the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine would like you to check out this Digital Project Manager post.

British Embassy
American UniversityData Entry Operator, Justice Programs/School of Public Affairs – $14-$16/hr – part-time

New at the Pew Research Center:
Pew Charitable Trusts
… and finally: we’ve peeled off this Furnishings Manager opportunity with our friends at the British Embassy to note here not because it’s a lesser opportunity in any way, but rather because it sounds like fun to us – and also because we have some lovely inherited furniture that would look great in the Ambassador’s quarters, so give us a ring – $45k – apply by Apr. 3

Best wishes for a peaceful Good Friday and/or a simply lovely weekend from your favoritepublic affairs jobs resource.

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Carole Goeas & Associates - Fundraising Associate and Intern opportunities available

GOP fundraising firm Carole Goeas & Associates seeks Fundraising Associate.

Description: Opportunity to learn all aspects of political fundraising in the Washington, DC government affairs community; work with principal and other staff on all daily client fundraising activities including event planning, staffing and follow-up; collect outstanding contribution collection and contribution processing; donor research; database maintenance; list and spreadsheet management; and provides general office administrative support.

Requirements: Self-starter who takes initiative; demonstrate maturity and the ability to interact professionally with clients & donors; possess strong oral & written communication skills; understand political and/or public policy; have superior organizational skills and pay close attention to detail; be able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously; have a team player attitude.


Carole Goeas & Associates is pleased to announce that we are seeking interns for Spring & Summer 2016. In this role, Carole Goeas & Associates interns will be responsible for providing administrative support, researching federal issues, uploading website content, and drafting correspondence. Additional tasks will include preparing morning news clips and attending Capitol Hill events. Applicants should possess strong written communication skills, be a team player, and be able to work in a fast-paced environment. Since interns will interact with Congressional staff, this position requires exceptional interpersonal skills. The internship is open to both undergraduates and job-seekers. Interns will gain valuable, hands-on workplace experience and participate in unique professional development opportunities. Preference will be given to full-time interns.

Location & Application Info

Our office is conveniently located near Old Town metro stop, in Alexandria, Virginia. To apply, please send your resume to and provide a resume and information regarding your availability and areas of interest.