Tuesday, August 1, 2017

August: Just the Jobs

It's August, and we're once again going into a mostly just-the-jobs format.  We've pulled in more than 1,000 jobs & internships in each of our last five August rounds (albeit just barely last time around), and we hope to hit that mark again for you.  Happy hunting!

1) M+R is actively recruiting for Senior Associate, Communications & Advocacy post suited for rock star-quality candidates with roughly 3-4 years experience in media relations, preferably with some agency work and/or advocacy campaign background – DC, New York, or Oakland, CA

2) The Bethesda Urban Partnership is seeking a Marketing & Communications Manager with a minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience in marketing, communications & public relations; background in events preferred.

3) The Alliance for International Exchange seeks a Communications Professional with 2-3 years of concentrated communications experience (and/or relevant grad degree), who has strong writing, research & technology skills. 

4) The NEA Foundation is seeking a Communications Intern for the Fall-Winter 2017-18 term – part-time; $16/hr – strong communication & writing skills as well as web & social media savvy desired.

5-6) 1-800-CONTACTS
7) All Native Group Public Affairs Specialist

8) Ally FinancialManaging Director, Public Policy & Government Affairs

9) American College of RadiologyProgram Specialist, Government Relations

10-11) American Physical Society
12) American Rivers Government Relations Intern

13-14) Asian Americans Advancing Justice
15) AveshkaPolicy Coordinator (scroll down)

16) Baxter International Director, Federal Legislative Affairs & Alliance Development

17) Casey TreesCommunications & Marketing Associate (pdf)

18) Citi Vice President, State & Local Government Relations

19-20) Consumer Federation of America
21) Consumer Finance Protection BureauAssociate Executive Secretary – $92k-$133k – apply by Aug. 11

22) DHS/Citizenship & Immigration ServicesPublic Affairs Specialist – $62k-$96k – DC or Chicago, IL – apply by Aug. 4

23-24) Financial Services Information Sharing & Analysis Center (scroll to find)
25) Fix It/Patriotic MillionairesSenior Associate, Policy & Communications – $40k-$50k – healthcare focus

26-27) Fox/National Geographic Partners (search DC location or use job #)
28-30) Global Fund for Children
31-32) Global Zero (as in zero nuclear weapons)
33-35) HarvestPlus
36) Howard Hughes Medical InstituteGraphic Designer

37) Hyundai Motor CompanyManager, Policy Communications – apply by Aug. 14

38) IBMGovernment & Regulatory Affairs Professional

39) Infectious Diseases Society of AmericaWeb & Communications Coordinator

40) Innovations for Poverty ActionResearch Manager, U.S. Finance Initiative

41) International Justice MissionGlobal Brand & Communications Intern, Spring 2018 – apply by Sept. 15 – several more Spring 2018 Intern opportunities noted here

42) International Women’s Health CoalitionProgram Officer, U.S. Foreign Policy – apply by Sept. 1

43-45) JP Morgan Chase
46-47) Koch Industries
48) Lockheed MartinSenior Communications Representative supporting their undersea integration & antisubmarine warfare business – Manassas, Va.

49-50) Mortgage Bankers Association
51) Mystery downtown-DC medical associationEditorial Assistant – 3-month term – $13-$15/hr – search managed by Beacon Hill Staffing

52-55) National Academies of Sciences, Engineering & Medicine
56) National Community Pharmacists AssociationDirector, Government Affairs

57) National Society of Professional EngineersPolicy & Advocacy Associate

58) Rare ConservationDirector of Development – San Francisco, CA

59) Save the ChildrenDirector, Federal Government Relations

60) Smithsonian Institution Public Affairs Specialist, National Portrait Gallery – $65k-$103k – apply by Aug. 11

61) Thomas B. Fordham Institute –  Senior Research & Policy Associate/Associate Director of Research – education reform focus

62-63) U.S. Travel Association (scroll to find)
64-66) World Resources Institute
67) Zurich American Insurance CompanyPAC Director (note: you may have to scroll down a  bit to see listing)


Gordon said...

Bridges Baltimore - Communications Specialist

Brooklandville, MD (at St. Paul’s School)

About Bridges Baltimore

Bridges Baltimore is dedicated to ensuring the long term success of motivated elementary school aged youth from under-resourced communities in Baltimore City. It does this through an innovative 13+ year long program that supports students from elementary school through college and into their careers. Program efforts help students/families (a) find success / navigate obstacles in school, (b) become well-rounded people, and (c) prepare for college and career opportunities.

The Program currently provides year-round support and programs to 260 Baltimore City youth ages 9-22 via its sites at St. Paul’s School (est. 1993) and at Gilman School (est. 2014). Over the last three years, Bridges participants have a 100% high school graduation rate and 80%+ college matriculation rate. We are working hard to formalize post-high school programs - ensuring that students complete their degrees and find right-fit careers.

Baltimore is loaded with wonderful young people who would thrive with the support Bridges provides and we are committed to continued expansion throughout the City. A strong communications platform is essential for this to happen. To learn more about Bridges, visit this piece from This Week w/ George Stephanopoulos:

About The Opportunity
As Bridges continues to grow and impact students in the city of Baltimore it is essential to have a strong and dedicated leader who can further push our communications efforts. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Bridges Communications Specialist will lead external and internal communications including:
• External communications - grant writing, video story-telling, quarterly newsletters, social media, public relations, presentations, brochures, website, and communications strategy
• Internal communications - optimizing on-boarding / training materials for staff, volunteers, and partners, helping program team position work to families, students, and volunteers, and coordinating communications with independent school communications offices

• Demonstrated success in writing, story-telling, and in at least one of the following areas - Photography, Video, Website Design, or Graphic Design
• Passionate about our mission, inquisitive, personable, likes to learn, effectively manages time, and thrives with autonomy
• Seeks an opportunity to grow into a role and join a fast paced / growing organization
• Holds an undergraduate degree and at least 3 years of relevant work experience
• Relevant work experience includes, but is not limited to, digital journalism, print journalism, communications officer, video/film production, graphic design, and grant writing
• Extensive experience with Microsoft Office and a history of learning new technology (we currently use In-Design, Photoshop, FinalCut Pro, and MailChimp)

Compensation and Benefits
• Salary & benefits are competitive/commensurate w/ experience for this full-time post

To Apply
Please send the following to bridgesbaltimore@gmail.com by Sunday, August 20 at 5 pm.
• Resume with a brief cover letter
• A piece of writing that demonstrates your story-telling style
• A work sample from your second area of excellence - Photography, Video, Website Design, or Graphic Design
• Candidates will be reviewed & interviews will be conducted on rolling basis

Physical demands while performing job include:
• Hearing: Adequate to perform job duties in person and over the telephone.
• Speaking: Must be able to communicate clearly in person and over the telephone.
• Vision: Visual acuity adequate to perform job duties
• Requires bending, reaching, repetitive hand movements, standing, walking, squatting and sitting.

Instagram: bridgesbaltimore

Gordon said...

JDA Frontline - Interns

Sept. 6 to Dec. 6 term preferred

JDA Frontline, a fully integrated public affairs company, is looking for dynamic and motivated students interested in gaining hands-on experience from a group of strategic communications professionals.

JDA interns work side-by-side with a team that is focused on the evolution of the media environment, public opinion and policy-maker viewpoints, as it plans and executes public policy and issue management campaigns. As an intern, you will be exposed to an ever-growing arsenal of public affairs tools. Interns learn directly from their experience assisting with public affairs, marketing and media activities and developing the skills necessary for an exciting career in public affairs.
Course credit is available depending on curriculum requirements.

JDA interns assist with activities such as media monitoring, drafting and distributing press releases, client research, campaign development, strategic planning and media relations.

Qualified candidates will meet the following requirements:

• Must be a full time college student
• Willing to commit to a weekly schedule
• Must posses excellent written, verbal and creative thinking skills
• Must be self motivated and ready to contribute to a team environment

Interested candidates should send their resume, cover letter, and available writing samples to Isabel Rollison by email - rollison@jdafrontline.com

To learn more visit jdafrontline.com