Monday, April 17, 2017

We Can Handle the Stern and Disappointed Part, But We're Less Sure of Our Ability to Turn on the Charm

Hello Monday!  Forget thee not Sunday's run of previously noted opportunities closing this week.

The Scientific Consulting Group is actively seeking a Communications Specialist, Digital Media (scroll to find) to join their Gaithersburg-based team –  at least one years’ experience working in social media or digital space desired, but we’re told they will consider strong entry-level candidates – apply by Apr. 24

Davis Ad Agency is in search mode for an Art Director/Designer (scroll to find) of the stellar variety – 3+ years’ experience in digital and print required

Everylife Foundation for Rare Diseases seeks Program Director/Rare Disease Legislative Advocate (pdf) with 3-5 years’ experience in health advocacy or in a state/federal legislative setting; educational background in health sciences or public policy preferred.

The Capitol Hill Business Improvement District is seeking a part-time Event Planning and Marketing Intern (scroll to find) to assist with planning the annual Magic & Miracles fundraiser for their Ready, Willing & Working affiliate – paid position, starting this Summer and ending in early-mid December. 

U.S.-China Business Council
Mystery law firmLegal Marketing Coordinator – seeking candidates with at least one years’ experience in marketing for a law firm or professional services firm – search managed by Jones Networking

National Alliance on Mental Health
CARE International
Service Year Alliance (scroll to find)
Burson-MarstellerAssistant Project Manager supporting their Direct Impact affiliate – experience drafting press releases, media advisories and other press materials required; agency, Hill and/or campaign background preferred

American Bridge 21st Century
Mystery employerSocial Media Writer – temporary post – proven working experience in social media marketing/digital media required – search managed by the BOSS Group

Epilepsy FoundationFundraising Campaign Director – Three to five years of development experience required; special event management background preferred

General Motors

1 comment:

Albert Lang said...

A job for the blog if you please: