Wednesday, September 6, 2017

We're stuck for a clever title this morning, but here's some fine jobs.

Thursday update: we hate to miss posting on a Thursday, but it can't be avoided today.  See you again Friday. 

kglobal has a new opportunity for a Communications Professional to conduct long-range strategic communication planning & message development for a high-profile government client; depending on experience, you could fill that slot as a Senior Account Exec, Account Supervisor, or Account Director – experience desired in developing communication plans based on research & analysis, identifying audiences, overseeing implementation of tactics & producing briefings for leadership.

The Southern Poverty Law Center has shared a pair of opportunities to join them at their Montgomery, AL headquarters:
The Washington Campus is a non-profit, non-partisan higher education consortium that provides intensive, experiential residency courses for MBA, Executive MBA & other grad students & working professionals in DC.  Scroll to find listings for Program Coordinator (full time/permanent post) and Program Assistant (6-month intern post; $15/hr) – apply by Sept. 15

Our fútbol-flacking friends at the U.S. Soccer Association have let us know about some openings on their roster – fellowships noted start as soon as possible and can run from 3-6 months:
ACT/The App Association is looking for a collaborative-minded Membership Programs Coordinator (scroll to find) with 1-2 years’ relevant experience & strong communications skills

Capitol Hill
Specialty chemical company FMC Corp. seeks Manager of Government Affairs with 8-10 years of experience working either in government/regulatory affairs; understanding of agriculture policy preferred.

Johns Hopkins University
– note: these links may change soon as JHU transitions to a new HR platform:
Teva PharmaceuticalsDirector, U.S. Government Affairs – 8+ years of experience on Capitol Hill & background in health policy desired

George Washington University
International Women's Media FoundationCommunications Coordinator – 1-3 years’ experience in nonprofit communications or journalism experience required; international development background preferred – apply by Sept. 25

American Hotel & Lodging Association
International relief stalwart Mercy Corps seeks Media Relations Manager with 8-10 years of experience in media relations or journalism and a track record of generating positive media coverage in U.S. & international outlets – DC or Portland, OR

National Association of Home Builders (scroll to find)
UnisysCommunications Associate – 1-2 years of related communications or corporate/agency PR experience desired – Reston-located

Merritt Group
Fresh opportunities with the Trevor Project, a group providing crisis intervention & suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth (scroll to find):
TeslaSenior Policy Associate – 7 years’ experience with state or federal government & familiarity with transportation & energy policy topics desired.

University of Virginia – Charlottesville, Va.

1 comment:

Gordon said...

2017 Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman - Internship Opportunities

The Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman is seeking candidates to fill 3 seasonal positions. The internship period begins in September & continues through the bowl in late December. While each intern is assigned to a specific responsibility, interns will maintain overlapping responsibilities and are expected to provide support to all areas of the organization. Interns for the Military Bowl may also be asked to assist with other events that are staged by the bowl committee or related entities.


Applicants should be self-motivated & well-organized, with excellent communication and organizational skills. Successful applicants will exude a positive attitude, be a team player, work well under pressure and maintain flexibility. All applicants should be proficient in Microsoft Office applications & have experience with Adobe Creative Suite.

Communications and Marketing Assistant
•Write content for the bowl’s website, DC Touchdown Club website and bowl e-newsletter.
•Assist with the design, copy and production of the bowl’s media guide, flip card and fan guide.
•Respond to posts or comments to bring value to user’s interactions with the Military Bowl, DC Touchdown Club, and Patriot Point.
•Post updates, news and announcements in a timely manner using appropriate content.
•Research to find articles, stories, resources, or other content that is relevant to our fans and posts it to our Facebook and Twitter page in a manner that invites conversation and interaction.
•Updates Facebook and Twitter accounts with current and relevant photos, video, or other content from Military Bowl, DC Touchdown Club, and Patriot Point activities and events.
•Grow online social networks by increasing fanbase and interactions.
•Organize Bowl Week media relations operations at the media hotel and at the stadium.
•Assist in the daily operation of the Military Bowl Office through general administrative duties.
• Assist with a variety of organizational tasks related to Military Bowl-related events and surrounding team and fan events.

Ticket Operations Assistant
• Fulfill internal orders & comp tickets.
• Organize and ship of all group, suite & internal request tickets.
• Respond to fans with ticket related questions/troubleshooting.
• Assist w/ corp. partner ticket needs.
• Provide analysis on all ticket related products as needed.
• Support internal requests for ticketing related data.
• Act as a customer service contact and help resolve day of game ticketing issues.
• Generate and maintain accurate ticketing reporting as needed, including on-sale reporting and reconciliation.
•Operate Gameday Box Office.
•Assist in the daily operation of the Military Bowl Office through general administrative duties.
• Assist with a variety of organizational tasks related to Military Bowl-related events and surrounding team and fan events.

Digital Media Assistant
•Organize archive of photos, videos & other media sources.
•Produce/edit video projects for social media, website, bowl events and in-game video boards.
•Produce Touchdown Club Player of the Week videos
•Produce/edit graphic elements for social media, bowl website, bowl events and in-game video boards.
•Research best practices with social media and video production/campaign development.
•Assist with a variety of organizational tasks related to Military Bowl-related events and surrounding team and fan events.

Additional Info: Internship commitment is approx 25-30 hours per week, some weekend commitment with an increase in hours closer to the game in December. Due to the timing of the game, interested candidates will be asked to work during the December holidays.
Internship includes stipend. Preference shown to candidates who can obtain course credit for a graduate or undergrad program.

Submit resume and cover letter to:
Ryan Bartholomew
Director of Marketing & Ticketing