Monday, July 10, 2017

It Takes All Kinds

Hello Monday job-seekers and -browsers.  Do have agency or corporate PR experience? Possess knowledge of USAID rules & regulations?  Would you like to work in Seattle?  Are you basically a superheroTwin Peaks enthusiast?  Awesome, then – we've got a spot for you here... and also a few in Sunday's run of previously noted opportunities closing this week. 

M+R is actively recruiting for an Account Coordinator to join their Communications and Advocacy team  in either DC, New York, or Oakland, CA offices – described to us by a great opportunity for a recent grad or someone with 1-2 years’ experience who is interested in communications advocacy for nonprofits.

Conservation International seeks a Marketing Manager with 3-5 years’ experience in online communications & social media; facility with graphic design or video production and Spanish, Portuguese and/or French language skills preferred.

Linda Roth Associates is looking to bring aboard a Publicist who ticks off these boxes: creative, well-spoken, resourceful and fearless – 3-4 years of agency or corporate PR experience preferred.

Focused Image Account Exec (pdf) – winning hire will be highly self-motivated, detail-oriented and flexible with a passion for first-ate account support and dedication to overall client success.

George Washington University
Inter-American FoundationSupervisory Congressional & Public Affairs Specialist – $112k-$161k – fluency in Spanish required – apply by July 28

Partnership for a Healthier AmericaSenior Writer, Communications & Marketing (pdf) – min.
6 years’ strategic communications experience required; agency and/or corporate communications experience preferred

National Peace Corps AssociationMarketing & Social Media Fellow – a minimum of two years of experience required, as well as digital communications, marketing & graphics skills – apply by Aug. 15

University Research Co.Director for Communication – substantial experience in international health outreach & messaging required; knowledge of USAID rules & regulations preferred

American Foundation for the Blind
National Oceanic & Atmospheric AdministrationPublic Affairs Specialist supporting the Alaska Fisheries Science Center – $64k-$101k – Seattle, WA – apply by July 17 

You’re a communications superhero!  That’s how the Virginia Nurses Association sees you as their prospective Communications Coordinator hire – Richmond, Va.

Fresh opportunities with international travel technology provider Sabre:, tech community advocate for issues such as commonsense immigration reform & criminal justice reform, seeks Communications Manager with 6-8 years of relevant experience working in communications & knowledge of immigration & criminal justice issues

Howard UniversitySenior Communications Officer – strong writing, editing & research skills required; must be proficient in AP Style writing.

National Electrical Manufacturers Association (scroll to find)
U.S.-China Business CouncilSenior Manager/Editor, Communications & Publications – your 3-5 years of work experience should demonstrate proven writing and editing chops; Mandarin language skills a plus.

National Cattlemen’s Beef Association/Public Lands CouncilPublic Policy Intern (scroll to find) – $10/hr – background or major in agriculture desired.

NASAPublic Affairs Specialist supporting the James Webb Space Telescope Program – $94k-$123k – apply by July 14

… and finally: multiple opportunities available with the David Lynch Foundation, including one in DC … yes, that David Lynch!


Albert Lang said...

two jobs open:

Gordon said...

Feldman Strategies - Communications Associate

Join a fast-growing progressive communications firm that has done work with leading labor unions, progressive organizations and winning candidates. Feldman Strategies prides itself on its hands-on approach with clients. We are a boutique shop that puts an unparalleled focus on the success and results of our clients.


• Have a unique opportunity to work directly with the principal of the firm
• Have an opportunity to work on assignments with real substance for a variety of different clients, ranging from labor unions, and voting rights organizations to progressive PACS and more.
• Associate will contribute directly to getting results for clients by; drafting Memos, conducting research, developing media press lists, pitching stories to the press and more.

Qualified Candidates

• Individuals who have 1-2yrs of communication experience either in a firm setting, journalistic setting, on a campaign or with an organization. (This can include substantive internship experience)
• Former journalism (print or TV) experience is a plus, but not required.
• Self-motivated individuals who can work independently
• Prospective associates must thrive on delivering results
• Strong writing and grammar skills are a must
• Candidates must be able to complete tasks in a timely and efficient manor
• Candidates should have a passion for communication and politics, be looking to learn and are encouraged to ask questions

This position is full time. Compensation will be negotiated based on experience. Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter to

Gordon said...

Economic Innovation Group - Communications Intern, Fall 2017 - paid position


The Economic Innovation Group (EIG) is an ideas laboratory and advocacy organization dedicated to forging a more dynamic, entrepreneurial, and innovative U.S. economy for the 21st century. Headquartered in Washington, D.C. and led by an experienced, bipartisan team, EIG convenes leading experts from the public and private sectors, develops original policy research, and works to advance creative legislative proposals that will bring new jobs, investment, and economic growth to communities across the nation.


EIG’s Communications Intern will contribute to growing and executing EIG’s communications and outreach strategy. Interns will have a unique opportunity to contribute to policy and advocacy efforts impacting U.S. economic growth and new business and job creation.

Specific responsibilities will include, but not be limited, to the following:

• Crafting social media content;
• Tracking website, social media, and communications analytics;
• Identifying key influencers and media targets;
• Conducting research to support internal and external communications;
• Monitoring online conversation in EIG issue areas; and
• Supporting administrative and operations activities.


The successful candidate should be a self-starter with a background in communications or journalism. A background in economic policy is preferred. Excellent writing, research, and social media skills, as well a keen attention to detail and the ability to handle multiple tasks under short deadlines, are essential qualities.


Current undergraduate or graduate student, or recent graduates.


The internship will start in August and run through December. You will be expected to work 40 hours a week, and will be paid $600 per week.


Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Milica Cosic with the subject line “EIG Fall Communications Internship.”

Milica Cosic
Manager for Operations and Administration
Economic Innovation Group