Tuesday, April 25, 2017

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Wednesday update: no new post today – see you Thursday with a good-sized set, we hope.

We're in [mostly] just-the-jobs mode on this rainy Tuesday.  Happy hunting!

1) The World Resources Institute has shared this Communications Manager post supporting the NDC Partnership, a coalition working together to ensure countries receive the technical and financial support they need to achieve ambitious climate & sustainable development targets.

2) Hattaway Communications is in search mode for a Senior Communications Associate with 5-7 years of experience applying research & analysis to strategic communications that achieved measurable impact.

3) American Association for Dental Research Director of Government Affairs (pdf)

4) American Speech-Language-Hearing AssociationGovernment Relations & Public Policy Communications Coordinator – $48k-$54k

5-6) Aspen Institute
7) Booz Allen HamiltonStrategic Communications Officer

8) Child Care AwareDirector of Advocacy

9) CNA Corp.Senior External Communications Specialist

10) Convergence Center for Policy ResolutionCommunications Associate, Social Media (pdf) supporting the Education Reimagined initiative – see also main career page

11) Future Business Leaders of America/Phi Beta LambdaCommunications Manager

12) General Federation of Women’s ClubsCommunications Coordinator (scroll to find) – apply by May 19

13) IAM National Pension FundCommunications Manager – $70k-$100k

14) Mystery Federal agencySocial Media & Communications Assistant – search managed by Contact1

15) Mystery employerSocial Media Specialist – Baltimore, MD – search managed by the Sparks Group

16) Northrop Grumman Strategic Communications Representative

17) Oxfam USASenior Communications Advisor, Extractive Industries

18) Nestle USA Communications Manager, Beverage Division

19) Regional Airline AssociationDirector of Government Affairs

20) Rock the Vote Policy & Civic Engagement Intern and Digital Intern

21) Rosetta StoneSocial Media Associate

22-24) Sierra Club
25-26) United Nations Foundation
27) University Research Co.Director for Communication

28) Washington TimesIntern, Nat’l/Foreign/Cultural/Local (scroll to find)

29) World at Work Public Policy/Public Affairs Intern – Fall 2017 – full-time, paid position

30) ZERO-The End of Prostate CancerMarketing & Communications Intern and Events Intern


Gordon said...

National Center on Educations & the Economy - Policy & Communications Associate

The National Center on Education & the Economy (NCEE) is seeking a Policy & Communications Associate to support NCEE’s policy analysis, media relations and outreach efforts, online presence and social media strategy. The Associate will work closely with the Vice President, Communications Director and policy team to develop and implement communications and public relations strategies as well as conduct policy research and analysis to support those activities. The Associate will assist in the development of written, graphical and electronic communications to support NCEE’s mission.

Responsibilities: The primary responsibilities will be to:
• Support the Communications Director’s management of press strategy as well as day-to-day media relations for NCEE, CIEB and NISL.
• Support the organization’s online presence including updating NCEE’s website through a CMS system, assisting in the development of the orgainziation’s social media strategy and content.
• Aide publicity efforts and assist in event planning for all publication releases.
• Support NCEE senior leadership with education policy research and memos in preparation for major public events and ongoing state, national and international consulting.
• Work with the Center on International Education Benchmarking policy team and with NCEE’s school leadership program to produce monthly e-newsletters  brainstorm ideas, oversee process with attention to timeline, post content online and send out using email marketing software.
• Generate press materials including but not limited to press releases, one-pagers, infographics, Q&As and web copy.
• Support President, Vice President and Director when needed in preparation of presentations to international, national and state audiences; assist with PPT presentations.
• Other tasks as assigned.


• Excellent communications skills: written, verbal and online.
• Team player with ability to balance multiple projects independently.
• Passion for and experience in conducting education policy research.
• Demonstrated experience in multi-tasking, prioritizing, and meeting expectations and goals.
• Experience with online publishing and website CMS including WordPress.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office and graphic design software such as Adobe Creative Suite.
• Excellent administrative, organizational and time management skills, planning abilities, and attention to detail.
• Two years minimum relevant experience.
• Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Journalism, Communications, Education Policy or a related-field.

Location: Position is located in Washington, DC.

Please send resume and cover letter indicating availability date and two references to jobs@ncee.org.

NCEE is committed to diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

Gordon said...

Banner Public Affairs - Junior- to Mid-level PR Counselor, Technology

Banner Public Affairs is looking for a motivated, self-starting Mid-level PR Counselor to join our Washington, D.C. office. This position offers the opportunity to provide communications support to technology clients, by developing, managing and implementing media strategy, product launches, executive visibility and thought leadership programs. Superior writing skills and the ability to quickly produce content is a must. Candidates will be expected to proactively set program strategy and direction and be held accountable for leading and executing such programs.


--3-6 years’ experience in B2B and/or corporate communications, including some B2B and/or B2G technology (preference given for experience in defense and cybersecurity).
--PR agency experience preferred.
--Excellent media relations skills (both traditional and social/digital), emphasis on business media skills as well as business/technology relationships and technology trade media relationships. Must have in-depth familiarity with technology and/or government trade media.
--Passion for and solid knowledge of technology with the ability to translate complex technical information into easily understood written and verbal communications.
--Develop and edit high quality written materials, including media correspondence and story angles; and illustrate strong presentation skills.
--Strong event planning and account, program, and project management skills are essential.
--Solid experience executing public relations plans with the ability to draft and implement strategic public relations programs.
--Ability to solve problems and exercise excellent judgment with the ability to think 'outside of the box.'
--Team player with a ‘can do’ attitude.
--Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, meet deadlines without sacrificing quality, maintain good client relationships and deliver outstanding results.
--Professional, proactive and committed to high standards in the quality of the communications product.

Interested candidates should e-mail resumes and cover letters to jobs@bannerpublicaffairs.com.