Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Short Run

Here's a small-ish set (with some really excellent opportunities) for your Tuesday consideration.

We'll start you with this super-fresh, just-over-the-transom Managing Director opportunity with CLS Strategies; ideal candidates have 7-10 years of experience in public affairs and/or corporate/crisis communications, are driven, self-starters with the ability to grasp complex subject matter quickly and work well within teams.

The DC Deputy Mayor’s Office of Public Safety and Justice is currently looking for a Public Information Officer to provide support, guidance and coordination to the District’s public safety agencies – 5+ years in public relations, communications or policy required – $90k-$135k

ScoutComms, a communications, advocacy & philanthropic strategy firm providing services that support veterans & military families, seeks Interns to join the Fredericksburg-based team this Fall – interest in veteran & military family causes, as well as strong communications, technology and research skills desired.

New at the American Enterprise Institute since our end-of-May check-in:
Opportunities with the free-market oriented R Street Institute, which is actually located on 17th Street:
Poverty & Race Research Action CouncilCommunications & Partnerships Manager (pdf) – applicants for this new position should have some organizational leadership & teambuilding experience, as well as relevant PR/communications skills.

SOS Children’s Villages
Safe Shores/DC Children’s Advocacy Center Manager, Foundation & Corporate Relations (pdf) – $55k-$60k – 3-4 years professional fundraising/development experience with demonstrated success in grant writing and solicitation desired – apply by Aug. 15

Animal Welfare League of Alexandria
… and finally: your Washington Capitals are looking to add a new Mascot Coordinator (a role that could also be simply described as Mascot) to this season’s roster – previous mascot experience desired; we’re guessing that some skating skills probably wouldn’t aspiring Slapshots, as well.

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Fintrac - Intern

Fintrac is seeking an Intern (paid internship) to join our team for up to 20 hours per week this fall semester. The ideal candidate is a motivated college student with excellent writing, editing, and organizational skills. Spanish fluency is a must. The Intern will provide support to the Communications and Program Management departments. Responsibilities include editing, formatting, and translation support to Communications and administrative, logistic, procurement, and financial management assistance to Program Management.


· Currently enrolled in an undergraduate program seeking a degree in international relations, international development, communications, or related field. Junior or senior preferred.
· Strong written communication skills, particularly copyediting. Familiar with AP Style.
· Superior Microsoft Office skills, particularly Word and Excel.
· Excellent analytical skills.
· Spanish fluency required.
· Design or layout experience a plus.

To apply: http://www.fintrac.com/careers?gh_jid=248392. Apply by August 10, 2016.

Fintrac is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing employment opportunities to minorities, females, veterans, and disabled individuals.