Sunday, December 11, 2016

It Must Be the Office Holiday Parties

We have a comparatively light haul of previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week; our theory is that HR folks around town are girding for the potential mischief & mayhem that occasionally occurs at the annual office holiday fête – and here's some solid advice for your own seasonal party regimen.  Also please note: we will have a new post tomorrow, after all.

Consumer Financial Protection BoardCongressional Liaison – $78k-$133k – Dec. 12

Federal Aviation Administration Foreign Affairs Specialist – $64k-$99k – Dec. 12

Rep. Raul Ruiz (D-CA) – Caseworker – Palm Desert, CA – Dec. 12

BP Director, Federal Government AffairsDec. 13

State Dept.Public Affairs Specialist – $92k-$119k – Dec. 13

George Mason UniversityProgram Assistant, National Security InstituteDec. 14 

International Republican InstituteStrategic Relations ManagerDec. 15

National Ready Mixed Concrete AssociationDirector of Government Affairs (scroll find; in middle) – Dec. 15

Broadcasting Board of GovernorsWeb & Digital Media Coordinator – $92k-$119k – Dec. 16 

Metropolitan Washington Airports AuthorityMedia Relations Program ManagerDec. 16

Pro Football Retired Players AssociationSocial Media AssociateDec. 16

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Voice of America - Production Internship

Background: Voice of America’s Spanish Service has 26 million viewers per week, and growing, among a competitive Latin American news market. Featuring state-of-the-art television studios and world-class reporters, Voice of America has been a trusted international news source for over 71 years, and is an essential tool in making objective, comprehensive news coverage available in areas where access is otherwise restricted.

--Occasionally operate teleprompter
--Assist with booking guests for stories as needed by reporters and producers
--Background research
--Writing for media
--Edit B-roll and TV reports as needed
--Maintain show’s archives
--Social media marketing

--Learn firsthand all production aspects of television production
--Active participation with the staff
--Works you can include in a TV portfolio
--Possibility of covering events for both TV and web (hands on reporting experience)
--Meet influencers of US and Latin America’s politics

Required Qualifications:
--Enrolled as sophomore or higher in a bachelors degree
--Motivation to work in a fast paced environment
--Attention to detail
--Interest on working in a multicultural environment

Desired Qualifications:
--Familiarity with Final Cut Pro
--Bilingual (English and Spanish)
--Prior experience in film, TV shows etc.
--High interest in working for newscasts

Preferred Degrees: Communications, Journalism, Media and New media, Political Science, International Relations, Film, TV and Radio broadcasting.

To apply please email Cover Letter and Résumé to Nicole Baltazar at