Monday, July 18, 2016

Hello Monday

Just-the-jobs style today, as we return to operation.  Don't forget to check out previously noted opportunities closing this week.

1) The National Legal Aid Defender Association has this Grants Management Specialist post to share; Certified Grants Management Specialist credential and/or Certified Government Financial Manager certification a must – don’t worry about the July 13 submission deadline noted; they passed this along on 7/14 (but hurry, we suggest).

2-5) Currently available at the Information Technology & Innovation Association – fellow & intern posts are all of the paid variety:
6) American Forest FoundationPolicy Director – apply by July 20

7-8) ASCD – see also main career page
9) Audubon SocietySenior Policy Advisor

10) Federal News Radio – multiple Editor/Writer (scroll to find) posts noted

11) Flamboyan FoundationCommunications Associate

12) Hamilton Place Strategies – ongoing recruitment noted at Analyst, Associate and mid- and senior- level Public Affairs Professional opportunities

13-14) Human Rights Campaign
15-21) Johns Hopkins University – Baltimore, MD
22) Landesa Rural Development Institute Senior Philanthropy Officer – New York, Seattle, or San Francisco Bay area

23) Managed Funds AssociationExecutive Assistant, Government Affairs

24) Mountain Institute Communications Intern (pdf)

25) National Public RadioExecutive Producer for Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me

26-30) National Trust for Historic Preservation
31-37) Pew Charitable Trusts
38-39) Rails to Trails Conservancy
40) U.S. Capitol Historical SocietyManager, Development & Outreach

41) U.S. Chamber of Commerce Manager, Media & External Relations

42) … and finally, from the sounds-like-it-could-be-fun department: Six Flags America & Hurricane Harbor seek a Communications Manager with strategic mindset & crisis communications experience

43) and finally, part 2: comedy-for-comity proponent Komodia seeks Development Director (aka Show Me the Money Director, replete with shouty Tom Cruise pic) and suggest you click on the blue woman to learn more about their Social Media Contractor post.


Gordon said...

Semiconductor Industry Association - Events & Membership Manager

The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) is the voice of the U.S. semiconductor industry, a key driver of America’s economic strength, national security, and global technology leadership. SIA seeks to strengthen U.S. leadership of semiconductor manufacturing, design, and research by working with Congress, the Administration, and other key industry stakeholders to encourage policies and regulations that fuel innovation, propel business and drive international competition.

SIA is hiring an Events & Membership Manager who can support the association across a variety of events, membership, sponsorship, and communications initiatives. The ideal candidate will have a track record of successful event planning and execution, familiarity with soliciting event sponsorships, and a fundamental grasp of core communications functions, including member communications, news monitoring, and social media engagement. The position reports to the Director of Communications.


· Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university
· 2 – 5 years of professional experience planning and executing events and securing event sponsorships
· Membership recruitment experience and/or communications experience preferred
· Strong written and verbal communication skills
· Excellent organizational skills, flexibility, and attention to detail
· Ability to remain calm under pressure and troubleshoot last-minute problems
· Interest in technology industry
· Proficient with MS Office package, including Excel and PowerPoint
· Some travel required

Key Responsibilities:

· Plan, coordinate, and help execute association’s events and meetings, including its Annual Award Dinner, board meetings, Capitol Hill briefings, and media events.
· Manage day-to-day tasks associated with association events/meetings, including hotel and vendor contracts, event invitations, RSVPs and on-site registration, seating assignments, guest speakers, sponsorship solicitations, show production, VIP management, audio/visual equipment requirements, and the coordination of printed materials and multimedia content used during events/meetings.
· Serve as the association’s on-site coordinator at all events and meetings.
· Assist with all aspects of existing and prospective member relations, including retention and recruitment.
· Update and maintain association’s membership database, files, and email marketing system.
· Keep detailed records of association’s interactions with existing and prospective members.
· Coordinate, compile, and edit association’s member newsletter.
· Compile and distribute weekly industry news clips to SIA members and stakeholders.
· Respond to membership inquiries with appropriate materials.
· Develop and distribute promotional communications to prospective members.
· Assist with website maintenance, social media, and other communications tasks as needed.
· Provide administrative support as assigned.

To Apply - Please send cover letter, resume, and references to Dan Rosso at Include “Events Position” in the subject line.

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Cristina Flores said...

The National Women's Business Council, is looking for Fall Fellows. Please find more on each below:
• NWBC Communications and Engagement Fellow
• NWBC Research Fellow

A little bit more on the Council and the fellowship: The National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) is a non-partisan federal advisory council created to serve as an independent source of advice and counsel to the U.S. Small Business Administration, Congress, and the White House on issues of impact and importance to women business owners, leaders, and entrepreneurs. The Research Fellow will support the Council’s Research team on the mission-critical initiatives of the Council. This is a great opportunity for students looking to apply their knowledge of economics and government in a real-world setting. This fellowship is unpaid and based in Washington, DC. The program will also include leadership and professional development programming and mentorship opportunities.