Friday, January 13, 2017

Look Both Ways Before Crossing

Happy (and safe) Friday the 13th to you all.  Hopefully you'll have some good luck with one of these... or at least you will get through the day without any scratches, literal or metaphorical.

1) The American Academy of Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery has shared this fresh Program Manager, Communications post with 1-3 years’ relevant experience demonstrating strong writing U organizational chops – Metro-proximate Old Town location

2) The Association of American Universities seeks a Vice President for Communications with senior level experience in strategic integrated communications, knowledge of higher education & university research, and understanding of government relations – apply by Feb. 3

3) The Education Writers Association is looking for an Events Coordinator with at least 2 years of experience in event and/or conference planning in a corporate or nonprofit setting; background in membership management a plus.

4) The Organic Trade Association is actively seeking a Communications Coordinator with strong writing/editing skills & experience using e-communications tools

5) The International Society for Stem Cell Research is actively looking to fill this DC-based Policy Director to work with global leaders in stem cell research to increase the organization’s influence in regulatory & governmental decision-making around the world – suited to applicants with 5-10 years of experience in advocacy, legislative, or policy-making efforts, as well as knowledge of the scientific research enterprise.

6) The Woodrow Wilson Center is in search mode for a talented Writer/Editor to produce a variety of content including articles, opinion pieces, speeches & more across multiple platforms – $66k-$86k – apply by Jan. 26

7) Advancement Project Managing Director of Communications

8) American Enterprise InstituteInterns, Summer 2017 (scroll down) – numerous specialties noted

9) American Hospital AssociationPAC Specialist

10) American Physical Therapy AssociationSenior Public & Media Relations Specialist

11) American UniversityCoordinator, On-Air Campaign for WAMU-88.5 FM – temporary through Apr. 2017

12) America’s Essential HospitalsLegislative Affairs Associate

13-14) APCO Worldwide
15) ASIS InternationalDigital Communications Manager

16-19) Atlantic Media
20) British EmbassyTrade & Investment Officer, Energy/Environment & Infrastructure – $69k – Chicago, IL – apply by Jan. 29

21) BRTRC Federal SolutionsCongressional Affairs Analyst – Aberdeen, MD

22) Camris InternationalCommunications/Legislative Affairs Program Specialist

23) EmersonManager, Government Relations (search DC location or req ID (17000207)

24) FleishmanHillardInterns (scroll to find) – opportunities in DC & other major cities noted

25-26) Georgetown University
27) IntelsatCorporate Communications Manager – see also main career page

28-32) Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
33) Michael Baker InternationalPublic Engagement Specialist/Planner

34) Mystery Alexandria-based non-profit Creative Manager – $60k-$75k – search managed by Alijon

35) Mystery downtown DC trade associationCommunications Coordinator – $39k-$41k

36) Mystery federal contractorMultimedia News Editor & Outreach Specialist supporting the National Science Foundation’s Science360 News Service – $48k-$51k – apply by Jan. 25

37) Mystery law firmCompliance/PAC Manager

38) NAACPEnvironmental & Climate Justice Communications Manager – Baltimore, MD

39) NAFSA: Association of International EducatorsCoordinator, Conference Program & Communications

40-43) Nature Conservancy
44) Patent & Trademark Office Public Affairs Specialist – $54k-$71k – apply by Jan. 17

45-50) Porter-Novelli
51) Tax AnalystsCopy Editor

52) URACContent Marketing & Media Strategist

53) World at WorkLobbyist (scroll to find)

54-55) World Bank supporting their Climate Investment Funds
56-57) … and finally: hopefully your overlords at the California Life Sciences Association will require your presence at their San Diego-based HQ a couple of times a year to report on your DC-based activities as:
Best wishes for a terrific weekend from your favoritepublic affairs jobs resource, and for lovely people we know (and any of you folks reading) who are going though some real challenges, hang in there – it'll get better.

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