Thursday, July 21, 2016

A lot from a few (so far)

Here's a start for your belated mostly just-the-jobs Thursday set; we'll add some more, later.

1-2) The Maryland National Capital Planning Commission has passed along this Chief Performance Officer opportunity for a strategic thinker who can develop measures to gauge performance of various units, work with stakeholders to improve them, and report on performance to senior management; preferred attributes include a degree in industrial engineering, project management, or related field, and/or a Six Sigma Certification – $57k-$98k – apply by Aug. 26 – you might also be interested in this related Communications Specialist post supporting the Montgomery County Planning Dept. – $57k-$98k

3) Hispanic-focused PR firm Communicad seeks Account Exec, Client Services with at least 6 years of full-time communications/PR experience with an agency or communications department; fluency/proficiency in Spanish a must

4) The National Urban League is looking to fill this Senior Manager, Communications post suited for candidates with 4-6 years of applicable communications, PR and/or journalism experience in a small to medium sized non-profit, Capitol Hill, trade association, and/or PR/public affairs firm – apply by Aug. 12

5-8) Charles Koch Institute
9-12) Georgetown University
13-23) Hey look: our friends at the Nature Conservancy now provide easy-to-link positions, which is great development for us (and you):
24-31) University of Maryland
32-34) CNN
35-36) National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (scroll to find)
37) Partnership for Public ServiceMarketing Communications Manager – see also main career page

38) Blue Cross/Blue Shield AssociationSenior Policy Manager, Medicare

39) Consumers UnionPolicy Analyst, Telecom

40-46) Environmental Defense Fund
47) Society for Women’s Health ResearchInterns – terms unspecified

48) Washington Policy CenterCommunications & Marketing Director – Seattle, WA – search managed by Talent Market


JennyTinDC said...

The Association of Performing Arts Presenters ( has a Marketing and Membership Seasonal Associate position ( available for someone looking for full-time seasonal (Sept.-Jan.) work in the performing arts administration. Like event-planning? We're also looking for a full-time long-term position Conference and Membership Associate (


Gordon said...

Glen Echo Group - Fellow

Interested in tech, the Internet, public policy and storytelling? Want to be part of a small but mighty team supporting clients ranging from startups to trade associations to Fortune 500 companies? Want to have some fun, help shape the issues, fight the fights and win the day? Come on over.

The Glen Echo Group, a DC-based boutique public affairs firm, seeks a fellow to help support its fast-growing client base.

Summary of duties:

--Monitor and analyze traditional and social media
--Help create social media strategy for clients/campaigns as well as content and copy
--Assist with the planning and execution of Glen Echo events
--Create media/press lists
--Support media pitches and outreach
--Conduct research in support of clients and campaigns
--Draft press releases/op-eds/articles and assist in placement


--Attention to detail
--Strong research and analysis capabilities
--Experience in event planning and management
--Excellent writing skills and the ability to work under tight deadlines
--Familiarity with social media analytics and engagement
--Understanding of current and upcoming technology policy issues
--Ability to work independently as well as part of a team

To apply, send your resume, writing sample and cover letter to careers(at) Please note that there is a minimum commitment of 24hrs per week.

Gordon said...

JDA Frontline - Interns

JDA Frontline, a fully integrated public affairs company, is looking for dynamic and motivated students interested in gaining hands-on experience from a group of strategic communications professionals.


JDA interns work side-by-side with a team that is focused on the evolution of the media environment, public opinion and policy-maker viewpoints, as it plans and executes public policy and issue management campaigns. As an intern, you will be exposed to an ever-growing arsenal of public affairs tools. Interns learn directly from their experience assisting with public affairs, marketing and media activities and developing the skills necessary for an exciting career in public affairs. Course credit is available depending on curriculum requirements.


JDA interns assist with activities such as media monitoring, drafting and distributing press releases, client research, campaign development, strategic planning and media relations.


Qualified candidates will meet the following requirements:
--Must be a full time college student
--Willing to commit to a weekly schedule
--Must posses excellent written, verbal and creative thinking skills
--Must be self motivated and ready to contribute to a team environment

Interested candidates should send their resume, cover letter, and available writing samples to Isabel Rollison by email (

To learn more about JDA Frontline visit