Thursday, October 13, 2016

Sons of Italy, Canadians in NYC, and You to Mars

We're all over the place in today's just-the-jobs style set.

1-3) AARP (scroll to find or use job # in keyword box)
4) Alliance for Excellent EducationVice President of Development

5-7) American Rivers
8) Brookings Institution – multiple Intern (scroll down) opportunities for the Spring 2017 term (Jan.Apr.) now available – apply by Nov. 18

9) Charles County (MD) Public LibraryMarketing & Development Manager (scroll to find) - $51k – location TBD – apply by Oct. 27

10) Charter CommunicationsExecutive Assistant, Government Relations

11) Consumer Healthcare Products AssociationCommunications Coordinator

12) DupontAdmin Assistant, Government Affairs

13-14) Georgetown University
15) ICF InternationalHealth Communications Specialist supporting the FDA Center for Tobacco Partnerships

16) International Labor Rights ForumInterns

17-18) Lupus Foundation
19) McDonald’s Corp.Communications Manager/Field Brand Reputation Manager – Kirkland, WA

20) Motion Picture Association of AmericaSpecial Assistant to the Chairman – see also main career page

21) Mystery PG County-based non-profit Government & Media Relations Coordinator – search managed by Staffing Now

22-24) Nature Conservancy
25) Nixon Peabody LLPMedia Relations Manager (scroll to find) – DC, New York, Boston, MA or Chicago, IL – see also main career page

26) Order of the Sons of ItalyInterns – apply by Dec. 15 for Spring 2017

27) PearsonCommunications Manager supporting the GED Testing Service – DC or Bloomington, MN

28) Permanent Mission of Canada to the United NationsSenior Public Affairs Advisor – $87k – fluency in French required – apply by Oct. 16

29) Securing America’s Future EnergyPress Secretary – search managed by Expand HR Consulting

30) Virginia Conservation NetworkCampaigns & Policy Manager (pdf) – Richmond, Va.

31-32) World Resources Institute
33) … and finally: perhaps this Spring 2017 Government Affairs Intern post with SpaceX is your first step towards your mission to Mars – or will at least look great on the resume

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