Sunday, August 28, 2016

How About a Second Chance?

Guess what?  You get another shot at these previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week.

Caterpillar Admin Assistant, Government Affairs (search DC location or job # 160005DP) – Aug. 29

Chesapeake Bay FoundationDirector of Development (scroll to find) – Annapolis, MD – Aug. 29 

Montgomery County (search keyword legislative)
National Archives & Records AdministrationExternal Affairs Liaison – $92k-$119k – Aug. 29

Smithsonian Institution Advancement Associate, Museum of Natural History (scroll to find) – Aug. 29
University of Maryland
Watson Green LLCPublic Affairs & Social Media ManagerAug. 29 

Humane Society Wildlife TrustDevelopment DirectorAug. 30

League of Conservation Voters Major Gifts OfficerAug. 30

Strathmore Center for the ArtsCommunications/Publications Coordinator – mid-to-upper $30k – Aug. 30

British Embassy
Nature Conservancy
Consumer Healthcare Products AssociationHead of Federal Government Affairs (scroll to find) – Aug. 31 

Dept. of Labor Director of Creative Affairs supporting the Office of Public Affairs –$128k-$160k – Aug. 31

Habitat for Humanity of Northern VirginiaDirector of Marketing & CommunicationsAug. 31

John Snow InternationalHealth Communications Specialist – San Francisco, CA – Aug. 31

Religious Action Center of Reform JudaismDevelopment AssociateAug. 31

United WayManager, Public Policy & AdvocacyAug. 31

Arlington Convention & Visitors ServiceContent Manager/Writer & Editor – limited term – $55k-$101k – Sept. 1

Every Child MattersDigital Communications AssociateSept. 1

National Organizations for Youth SafetyProgram Assistant, Communications (scroll to find) – part-time – $20/hr – Sept. 1 

Broadcasting Board of GovernorsPublic Affairs/Press Specialist – $64k-$100k – Sept. 2

National Community Reinvestment CoalitionChief of Membership & PolicySept. 2

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Save the Children - Intern, Advocacy Campaigns

Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) is currently implementing two of Save the Children's priority advocacy campaigns. The intern will assist SCAN in promoting the Maternal Newborn Child Survival (MNCS) and Early Childhood Education (ECE) Campaigns. The intern will support four teams within SCAN: Government Relations, Communications, Mobilization and Political Action.


Government Relations:
• Identifying Congressional champions through research
• Supporting state and local efforts to expand MNCS and ECE efforts
• Completing ongoing projects as needed
Political Action:
• Researching projects related to the political program
• Assisting with general administrative tasks
• Assisting in maintaining media lists for targeted districts
• Monitoring social media for trends and conversations on our signature issues
• Researching media for articles relating to our signature issues
• Supporting state mobilization efforts through event planning, campus outreach and grassroots research
• Providing data support for online engagement plans
• Assisting with general administrative tasks and projects
• Assisting in coordination of Student Ambassador program

Special Projects:
• Conducting donor and prospect research
• Assisting with general administrative tasks

• Background in domestic and/or international policy
• Familiar with Microsoft Office (Excel and PowerPoint)
• Willingness to be a team player
• Experience with political campaigns a plus; grassroots organizing experience preferred
• Possess strong written skills, solid interpersonal skills and ability to work within a team
• Must be proficient in Microsoft Office
• Must be eligible to work in the U.S.
• To be classified as an intern: an individual must be enrolled in a relevant undergraduate, graduate or post-graduate academic program and able to receive credit from his/her college or institution (Minimum requirement is a letter of support and documentation is required only after an internship is offered.)
• An individual who is not enrolled as a student may apply for an internship, but will be classified as a skilled volunteer, not as an intern

Part-time 24 to 32 hours/week
Dates: September 27, 2016 to December 16, 2016
Save the Children does NOT provide housing or transportation.

To apply: Send a resume, cover letter and writing sample directly to

Save the Children invests in childhood – every day, in times of crisis and for our future. In the United States and around the world, we are dedicated to ensuring every child has the best chance for success. Our pioneering programs give children a healthy start, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. Our advocacy efforts provide a voice for children who cannot speak for themselves. As the leading expert on children, we inspire and achieve lasting impact for millions of the world's most vulnerable girls and boys. By transforming children's lives now, we change the course of their future and ours.

Save the Children Action Network is the political voice for kids. We believe that every child deserves the best start in life. That’s why we’re building bipartisan will and voter support to make sure every child in the U.S. has access to high-quality early learning and that no mother or child around the globe dies from a preventable disease or illness. By investing in kids and holding leaders accountable, we are helping kids from birth to age five survive and thrive.