Monday, January 8, 2018

From Someone to Us to You

We start your Monday with nine direct-to-us-submissions; check back later for whatever we can scare up from other job-search sources. [edit: all finished]  And don't forget previously noted opportunities closing this week.

Arlington Public Schools has shared this Director of Communications (search administrative category, then administrative/technical sub-category) suited to candidates with broad knowledge & skills in communications, including print, video production, media relations, special events, public affairs, marketing & public information – $92k-$138k – apply by Jan. 26

The Mathematical Association of America is in search mode for a Communications Specialist (pdf) with 3+ years of applicable experience in communications, PR, and/or marketing to help advance the understanding of mathematics and its impact on our world – see also main career page.

The Human Rights Campaign has a fresh call for a Campaign Finance Manager who will work with stakeholders within the organization & members/volunteers across the country to raise campaign funds to support high priority races – knowledge of federal election law and successful fundraising experience moves your CV to the top of the stack.

The American Network of Community Options and Resources, a nonprofit representing more than 1,400 community service providers to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is looking a Communications Director with 5+ years’ experience developing creating & executing strategic communications and/or media outreach plans – we're told that compensation is in the $65k-$70k range.

The National WIC Association, the education arm & advocacy voice for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, seeks a Communications, Media & Marketing Manager with 3+ years of relevant experience & familiarity with email marketing services; graphic design skills a plus.

International financial inclusion, impact investing & microfinance catalyst Accion is seeking a Marketing & Community Outreach Manager w/ 10 years’ experience in social media/community management, digital communications or marketing; background in consumer protection & financial inclusion a plus.

McClatchy has let us know that they are still recruiting for this PR & Communications Manager post – 3-5 years of public relations experience  that includes managing social media channels required; background in PR for a publicly traded company a plus.

Our tipster at the National Association of State Boards of Education describes this Associate Editor post as perfect for a young professional starting out – excellent editing & writing skills (including knowledge of the Chicago Manual of Style) & an ability to communicate clearly & succinctly to a policymaking audience required – apply by Jan. 26

We have it on good authority that the Internet Association is still looking to fill Communications Intern and Digital Marketing Intern posts for the Jan.-Apr. term – strong writing, creative, analytical & problem-solving skills desired, as well an interest internet policy.

American University
NASALegislative Affairs Specialist – $68k-$88k – apply by Jan. 19

Commonwealth ConsultantsCommunity Outreach Manager supporting the DC Clean Rivers Northeast Boundary Tunnel Project – $58k-$65k – 5 years’ experience in PR & understanding of civil construction terminology desired.

Pew Charitable Trusts
AbbottManager, PAC & Grassroots Initiatives – knowledge/experience in campaign finance & PAC management software desired

Treasury Dept./OIG for Tax AdministrationPublic Affairs Specialist – $68k-$106k – apply by Jan. 22

SEIUAssistant Legislative Director – substantial experience in government relations or as a legislative staffer desired, along with knowledge of the labor sector

National Retail Federation
Pew Research Center
Atlantic Media
The Washington CenterAssistant, State Relations – mid-Jan. through mid-Apr. term – interest in state government affairs, government fundraising, nonprofit work or higher education desired.
more to come OK, we're done –

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