Friday, August 26, 2016

Yes, we're late...

... and no, it's not because we were over-celebrating the Nats breaking a brief losing streak.  But enough of that; here's your jobs.

881) Coalition for Community Schools/IELCommunications Coordinator (pdf) –  $60k-$70k – advanced writing & editing skills, familiarity with content management systems & current or future ability to use graphic design software desired – apply by Sept. 9

882) Georgetown University has shared this very-fresh Assistant Director post supporting GU’s Latin American Board – $50k-$55k – at least 3 years of experience in program management & fluency in Spanish are required; Portuguese language skills a plus

883) Emblem Health is actively recruiting for this Digital Engagement Specialist opportunity – at least 3-5 years’ experience managing complex marketing projects desired; preferably in healthcare, advertising or public relations environment – New York – see also main career page

884-887) American University
888) The Atlantic Social Media Editor

889) British EmbassyProgramme Manager & Policy Adviser – sexual & reproductive health & rights focus – $75k – New York – apply by Sept. 7

890-895) Crosby Marketing – firm is headquartered in Annapolis, MD; DC & Bethesda outposts also referenced
896-897) DAI & Associates
898-899) Hill+Knowlton Strategies
900) Intelligent Transportation Society of AmericaVice President, Legislative Affairs

901) Mystery human services non-profitVice President, Marketing & Communications – search managed by Torchlight Hire

902-904) Pew Charitable Trusts
905) Pew Research CenterResearch Assistant, Social & Demographic Trends

906) South Carolina Policy CouncilManaging Editor – Columbia, SC – search managed by Talent Market

Longtime DCPA+CJ enthusiasts know that we'll start talking about Oktoberfests and other beer-happenings soon.  For now, just mark your calendar & get your advance tix for DC's Snallygaster extravaganza on Sept. 17, and don't miss this Saturday afternoon's clambake (scroll down) at Rustico in Alexandria featuring beers from Port City.  And best wishes for a fun, fabulous weekend from your favoritepublic affairs jobs resource.

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