Monday, September 12, 2016

There Will Be Blood (well, writing about blood)

Hello Monday!  Don't forget to check out Saturday's (say what?) early-arriving set of previously noted opportunities closing this week.

The University of Wisconsin seeks DC-based Director of Federal Relations (use keyword 88043; the listing will appear w/ the title Special Assistant) with at least 10 years’ professional work experience in government affairs, public policy, and/or external relations, as well as familiarity w/ higher education issues – apply by Oct. 16

D.C. Water & Sewer AuthorityManager, Communications & Government Relations – $99k-$166k – 7+ years of experience in communications and/or government relations is required; Federal regulatory, Capitol Hill and/or DC government experience preferred.

Throw this into the nomination pile for job title of the year: Managing Editor, Blood (scroll to find) … the lead publication of the American Society of Hematology.  Let’s face it, that would look super-great on your business card – Editorial Assistant, Communications and Editorial Coordinator for not quite-as-chillingly-named Blood Advances also available.

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia seeks a Communications Assistant to support their PolicyLab – your 1-3 years in communications should include experience with social media & a commitment to public health research & child health policy – Philadelphia, PA

Scott Circle Communications (scroll to find)
Fairfax CountyPublic Safety Information Officer – $65k-$109k – apply by Sept. 23

SOS Children’s VillagesGrant Writer & USAID Specialist – 2+ two years of directly related U.S. Government grant experience desired, with a focus on USAID funding.

IQ Solutions (scroll to find; use view link at right hand side of page to see description):
DC Mayor’s Office of Community Affairs/Serve DCCommunications & Initiatives Specialist – 3+ years of relevant experience desired

The Fratelli Group seeks Communications Coordinator who can write, research and generate new ideas on deadline.
These Veteran Outreach Manager and Communications Fellow opportunities appear to be new since our early-August look-in with the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition

National Coalition for Cancer SurvivorshipPublic Policy Manager – seeking high-energy candidates with at least four years of experience in public policy, advocacy, government relations, or state/federal government settings.

Smithsonian Institution (scroll to find, where applicable)
Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan WashingtonPublic Relations/Fundraising Manager – ideal candidates for this position will have a minimum of three to five years of local public relations and fundraising experience.

Global CommunitiesMarketing and Communications Manager – ideal candidate will have some knowledge of financial inclusion or financial services sector, can craft compelling content for target audiences, and understands how to reach & influence new audiences.

African Wildlife Foundation
Friends of the National ZooWriter/Communications Editor (scroll to find) – minimum of 5 years of professional experience in fundraising/ marketing writing or communications required

340B Health, an organization of hospitals and health systems participating in the Federal 340B Drug Pricing Program, supply this never-before-seen-by-us combo of campaign finance and event management duties in the form of PAC & Conference Coordinator.

Environment America
ActioNet seeks Senior Communications Specialist to support their Dept. of Energy client – Federal government background, as well as ability to obtain Secret clearance, are musts – can also search here, via DC location

... and finally, leverage your knowledge of museum operations, the arts industry & digital marketing for the arts, as well as your relationships with the cultural media sector into snagging this Communications Manager post at the bucolic & intriguing Glenstone Museum

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