Thursday, June 16, 2016

Just Getting Started

We're not late to the game today because we're watching the U.S. Open (but we wish we were).

1) American Chiropractic AssociationCommunications Coordinator – temporary post – $23/hr

2) BechtelCommunications Manager – London, UK

3-4) BP (search using keyword public affairs)
5-6) Brookings Institution
7) CAREMonitoring & Evaluation Coordinator – apply by July 14

8) College Board Policy Analyst

9) Common CauseCollege Outreach Coordinator – Triad region, NC

10-11) Corporation for Public Broadcasting
12) The Fishing SchoolDevelopment & Communication Associate

13) Georgetown UniversityDirector of Media Relations, Law School

14) Human Rights FirstDirector of Individual Giving (scroll to find) – New York

15) Kroll Editor (search job class BD/communications/marketing/product or job # 08659

16-17) McKinney & Associates (scroll to find)
18) Mystery Bethesda-based employer Content Manager – temporary post – search managed by the BOSS Group

19-20) National Association of Independent Schools – see also main career page
21) National Restaurant AssociationCommunications Project Coordinator

22-27) Nature Conservancy (scroll to find)
28) No Kid HungryAssociate Director of Digital Communications

29-31) Oceana
32) People for the American WayDevelopment Research Associate

33-35) Recent searches from Talent Market:
36) Sierra ClubPolitical Department Program Assistant – temporary post

37-40) Union of Concerned Scientists
41) URAC Public Policy Development Analyst (scroll to find)

42) U.S. Commission on International Religious FreedomInterns – apply by July 1 for Fall 2016

43) U.S. MintSupervisory Public Affairs Specialist – $108k-$141k – apply by June 27

more to come OK, we're done –

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Organic Trade Association - Membership Engagement Coordinator

Supervisor: Director of Membership

Status: Full time, Exempt Level: Professional

Location: Washington, D.C.

Position Summary: The Member Engagement Coordinator is the front line point of contact and facilitator of Organic Trade Association member communities such as task forces, working groups and sector councils. This position will help to move forward the work of member communities and have a broad exposure to the program, policy and regulatory workings of OTA. As a member of the Membership team, this position will be responsible for facilitating member engagement programs.


1. Facilitates logistics including but not limited to meeting minutes, call schedules and communications with OTA member communities.

2. Serve as project coordinator for member communities by developing timelines, identifying next steps after meetings and tracking work of members.

3. Facilitates in program work, primarily on a policy and regulatory level.

4. Manages all OTA list serves.

5. Assists in tracking membership engagement data with entry into SalesForce. Works closely with Salesforce Database and Development Coordinator on OTA engagement index.

6. Manages membership service center and identifies areas for additional growth and value for membership through

7. Coordinates and supports webinars as facilitated by OTA staff.

8. Implements all engagement programs as directed

9. Work closely with membership team to manage annual renewal and retention programs

10. Work closely with communications team to execute member engagement communications

11. On boards new members and coordinates first year membership program

12. Intuitively responds to member and program feedback and participates in growing opportunities for OTA members to have positive experiences.

13. May attend trade shows other events to represent OTA to members and prospective members as needed. Occasional travel may be required.

14. Performs occasional administrative duties- as assigned.

15. Provide project management support for membership recruitment, retention, and engagement activities

16. Conduct member satisfaction services under the guidance of Board Community Relations Committee

17. Other duties as assigned

Minimum Requirements:


--One to two years association experience or similar scope experience or recent graduate with relevant internship experience.

--Background in food, agriculture or policy a plus.

--Demonstrated interest in organic or food policy.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in communications, education, business or related field.


--Experience and advanced knowledge of MS Office including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.

--Exceptional administrative, organizational, and project management skills.

--Excellent ability in organizing group thoughts and translation and identification of next steps.

--Excellent relationship management and problem solving skills.

--Must be able to work independently and efficiently, detail oriented, and have ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently.

--Ability to think creatively and in a group dynamic.

--Experience with online communities. Demonstrated capacity for learning new technologies.

--Excellent communication, organization, problem solving, and process development skills.

--Experienced in providing superior customer service and be able to work well within a team of association professionals

Please submit resume and cover letter to: