Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Tuesday Focus: Government Relations

For your Tuesday specialty programming, we focus in on jobs in the government relations & legislative affairs space.

AAAManager, Federal Affairs/Energy

American Forest & Paper Association
Vice President, Government Affairs

American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers

American Nurses AssociationAdvocacy & Engagement Specialist

Appalachian Trail ConservancyDirector of Federal & Legislative Policy

ArconicDirector, Federal Government Affairs

Association Management Group
BP Director, Federal Government Affairs – apply by Dec. 13

Children’s Hospital Association Manager, Policy Analysis

Common Cause
Lobbyist/Program Director – part-time – Delaware-based

DC Dept. of Health& Human ServicesLegislative Specialist – $81k-$104k – apply by Dec. 8

DiscoverProject Manager, Government Relations

DHLSenior Manager, Public Policy – apply by Dec. 2

FacebookPrivacy & Public Policy Manager

Hunton & Williams Government Affairs Assistant – $51k-$75k

InterActionSenior Policy & Advocacy Associate (scroll to find)

KellenGovernment Affairs Manager

Leukemia & Lymphoma SocietySenior Director, Advocacy

LifeLockDirector of Public Policy

Miller Wenhold Capitol StrategiesLegislative Intern

MobilitieVice President, Government Affairs

Mystery law firmPAC/Compliance Manager – search managed by Capitol Recruiters

Mystery public health organizationGovernment Relations Manager – $53k-$55k – search managed by Careers in Nonprofits

National Alliance for Public Charter SchoolsFederal Policy & Government Relations Coordinator

National Ready Mixed Concrete AssociationDirector of Government Affairs

National Safety CouncilState Government Affairs Manager

Recreation Vehicle Industry AssociationLobbyist, State Affairs

Redhorse Corp.Legislative Tracking Analyst

SEIUSenior Legislative Manager, Budget/Appropriations

Spark TherapeuticsHead of Government Affairs

Truckload Carriers AssociationManager of Government Affairs


Liz said...

Hi there,

American Councils, a global education nonprofit, has several openings for interns and a country representative in Senegal. We have an opening for a marketing and communications intern with a pretty fun team :)

Thanks for sharing!


Gordon said...

OCG PR - Senior Director, Federal Practice

Term of Employment: Full Time

Location: Washington, D.C.

Reports To: President

Salary Range: Base plus commission

Position Summary:

OCG PR, a full-service public relations agency is looking for a senior director to establish and run its federal practice office located in Washington, D.C. The ideal candidate will have 7+ years of proven communication expertise and government procurement experience. The role will manage all federal procurement opportunities and drive project deliverables. The position offers the opportunity to work with a dynamic team which values high-quality work.

Because teamwork is so valued at OCG PR, we invite only those who are hard workers, team players, and dependable to apply to be a part of our company. We highly value partnerships, take pride in our work and like working with those who keep their promises. If you share these same values, you will enjoy working here with us.

The core competencies of this position are:

· Drive sales in the federal space
· Develop relationships with government clients in an effort to identify and cultivate opportunities
· Develop and implement business development initiatives and strategies
· Identify potential teaming partners
· Understand and respond to RFI, Sources Sought and RFP opportunities
· Serve as lead account services representative
· Schedule and facilitate capability meetings
· Assist with the creation of presentations, research and other tools that support the business development efforts
· Lead creative brainstorms

You will be suited for this position if you have:

· Demonstrated strategic thinking, business instincts, creativity and sound judgement
· The ability to lead, develop, manage and hold team members accountable
· Knowledge of government contracting and supplier diversity efforts
· Advanced writing and verbal communication skills
· Knowledge of the public relations industry
· A strong comfort level conducting business on the phone and in-person
· The ability to work well under pressure in a small firm atmosphere


· Public Relations, marketing, political science, public policy degree
· Federal procurement experience

To Apply:

If what you've read up till now is exciting to you and you can't wait to start, here's what you do next!

Please send an email to: careers@ocgpr.com. Attach a current resume and a cover letter, which includes your salary requirement.