Thursday, April 21, 2016

It's Thursday, so it's [mostly] just-the-jobs

1) Camris International seeks Strategic Communications Consultant/Writer/Editor to support USAID's Trade Africa initiative – knowledge of international development issues & U.S. foreign policy issues in the Africa region desired

2) The National Home Infusion Association is in search mode for a Public Affairs Coordinator & Executive Assistant (scroll to find) with at least 2 years of staff support experience – we’re told that a mid-$40k salary range is envisioned for the post – Old Town Alexandria Metro-convenient location

3) Sickle Cell Disease Association of AmericaVice President, Operations (scroll to find) – your 5+ years in operations management in a non-profit enterprise should demonstrate detailed knowledge of relevant organizational procedures & personnel practices.

4) ACLUCampaigns Director – DC or New York

5) Air Line Pilots Association, InternationalDigital Media Coordinator

 6-7) American Humane Association
8) Ayn Rand InstituteCommunications Manager – search managed by Talent Market

9-11) Brookings Institution
12) DoJ/Office of U.S. AttorneysPublic Affairs Specialist – $92k-$141k – apply by Apr. 26

13-14) Embassy of Canada
15-16) Georgetown University
17) Government Accountability ProjectCarvalho Fellow for International Research – 3-month term, starting mid-June – $2,500/mo – apply by May 15

18-20) Humane Society
21) Institute for the Study of WarResearch Analyst, Counterterrorism (scroll to find)

22) MacArthur FoundationCommunications Officer – Chicago, IL

23) National Association of BroadcastersMarketing & Events Manager

24) National Health Law ProgramCommunications/Development Coordinator

25-38) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search by DC metro area or state location as noted)
39) Sanofi Vice President, U.S. Communications – Bridgewater, NJ

40) SiloSmashersCommunications Manager

41-42) The McClatchy Company
43-50) Vistra Communications – many of these are in support of [potential?] Office of Disability Employment Policy client
51-52) World Wildlife Fund

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