Sunday, May 15, 2016

I was a dog on a short chain, and now there's no chain.

Previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week.

Federal Railroad AdministrationWriter/Editor – $64k-$119k – May 16  

Institute for Public Health InnovationProgram & Communications Associate – $48k-$53k – May 16 

Neighborhood Legal Services ProgramDevelopment & Communications Associate – $38k-$50k – May 16

U.S. International Trade CommissionPublic Affairs Specialist Student Trainee – $53k-$110k – May 16 

University of Maryland Senior Associate Director, Gift Acceptance – $73k-$92k – May 16 

League of Conservation Voters – Spanish languages skills required
World Resources Institute
Nature Conservancy (scroll to find, or use advanced search by DC metro area or state location as noted)
Dept. of Health & Human Services Legislative Analyst – $64k-$100k – May 18

National Community Reinvestment Coalition Senior Policy AdvocateMay 18 

British Embassy
Arlington CountyDirector, Office of Communications & Public Engagement – salary could range up to $175 – May 19

ACLU of VirginiaFund & Development Assistant – Richmond, Va. – May 20 

Americans for the Artsdeadlines noted here
University of VirginiaAdvancement Communications Office Coordinator – $30k-$45k Charlottesville, Va. May 20

We'll just get to the point: Tony's in Montana with Parts Unknown – tonight at 9:00 pm on CNN

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Lucas Public Affairs - Account Supervisor / Sr. Account Executive

Sacramento, CA


• At least five (5) years’ experience in public affairs, government affairs, journalism, lobbying, or government or corporate/agency PR with a BA/BS in a related field
• Strong knowledge and understanding of, and interest in, California government and politics
• Savvy media strategist with experience preparing strategic media plans, pitching/media monitoring and understanding of all aspects of media
• Demonstrated expertise with social media
• Must be a sharp, persuasive writer with the ability to write both strategically and creatively under tight deadlines
• Excellent project management experience, including demonstrated experience managing multiple projects while working with senior management and junior staff
• Must be able to write PR documents including proposals, general PR plans, client memos/correspondence, press releases, fact sheets, news advisories, etc.
• A proven ability to interact with and provide direction to strong, high-profile personalities, and the ability to work with the news media, legislators, consultants or lobbyists as a key coordinator on behalf of LPA
• Enthusiastic ability to provide clients with the highest level of client service

** Competitive salary and benefits package

To apply, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to by Friday, May 27, 2016 at 5:00pm. Please visit our website to learn more about Lucas Public Affairs at