Thursday, January 25, 2018

Wait, There's More!

... as in "more to come" – so check back with us later. [edit: all finished]

1) The Aga Khan Foundation has one more fresh opportunity to share: Resource Development Associate for Events – event management & fundraising experience desired – apply by Feb. 16

2) The Center for Public Integrity is in search mode for a Chief Development Officer with leadership skills & 10+ years of fundraising experience in progressively senior roles.

3) Human Rights CampaignWelcoming Schools Coordinator – 1-3 years’ relevant work experience desired, including capability to produce/manage web & blog content, newsletters & social media.

4-6) Concordia, a group working to foster & sustain cross-sector partnerships for positive social impacts, has shared these three New York-based opportunities:
7) John Snow Inc. is seeking a Logistics Intern to support an upcoming international child health & nutrition workshop through July 2018 – experience in event planning, communications and/or marketing required; background in global health, public health, and/or international relations preferred.

8) Alliance for Health PolicyInterns, Summer 2018 – apply by Mar. 17

9-10) American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers
11) American Medical Informatics AssociationDirector of Publications (scroll to find)

12) Better MarketsProgram & Research Assistant

13-14) Brookings Institution
15) Center for the Study of Social PolicyPolicy Analyst (pdf) – apply by Feb. 9

16) Council of Christian Colleges & Universities Director of Development

17) Georgetown UniversityStewardship Coordinator, GU Medical Center & Main Campus

18) Hill+Knowlton StrategiesFellow, U.S. Communications & Marketing – $15/hr

19) Mystery scientific associationEditorial Coordinator – temporary post – $14-$16/hr – search managed by Beacon Hill Staffing

20-28) Nature Conservancy
29-30) University of Maryland
31) Chemical Education Foundation Communications Manager

32) Community Development Bankers AssociationPublic Policy Manager

33) DC Dept. of Consumer & Regulatory AffairsSupervisory Legislative & Public Affairs Officer – $99k-$139k – apply by Feb. 11

34-35) DCG Communications
36) Federal Aviation AdministrationWriter/Editor – $100k-$156k – apply by Feb. 2

37-40) Hilton Hotels
41) ICF InternationalPublic Policy/Regulatory Associate

42-44) Project Hope
45) Telecommunications Industry Association Manager, Communications & External Affairs – search managed by Cessna & Associates

46) U.S. Military AcademyPublic Affairs Specialist – $47k-$61k – West Point, NY – apply by Feb. 7

47) Veterans Consortium Pro Bono ProgramOutreach & Communications Specialist

more to come OK, we're done–

1 comment:

Blakey & Agnew said...

Blakey & Agnew
Account Coordinator

A boutique DC-based public affairs and communications consulting firm is hiring for an entry level position. We have distinguished ourselves by using our insights into the issues, institutions and personalities of our nation’s capital to promote client interests. We pride ourselves on the skills, wit and savvy of our employees and are seeking an Account Coordinator to support our team. Our clients center on policy and subject matter involving transportation but no prior experience in this field is necessary to be a candidate.

We are seeking a self-starter who demonstrates initiative and excellent judgment. The position has a wide-ranging number of responsibilities that include administrative work, research, media relations and meeting planning. As the most junior employee at the firm, the Account Coordinator is tasked with administrative duties including, but not limited to:
• Answering the phone, taking detailed messages and ensuring senior staff receives those messages.
• Troubleshooting IT issues before determining whether it is necessary to engage our outside consultants.
• Ordering office supplies.
• Coordinating account-billing activities to ensure invoices are processed and submitted promptly.

This is a position for people eager to grow; hard work is rewarded with increasing responsibility. As you grow in this role, day-to-day activities will mix with unique opportunities and, because our firm is small, you will be able to contribute a great deal if you show initiative and eagerness to learn. More substantive duties include:
 Monitoring regulatory and legislative issues.
 Preparing communications materials such as letters, newsletters, fact sheets, press releases, etc.
 Creating social media content as well as maintaining client websites.
 Organizing conferences, meetings and receptions that require rate negotiation skills, organizational skills, and event management skills.
 Taking detailed notes and turning them into organized meeting or hearing summaries and reports to be distributed to clients and other audiences.
 Tracking media coverage and maintaining an updated media contact database.
 Efficiently responding to staff, client, media and vendor needs/requests.

Applicants must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Political Science or a related field. Strong time management, research, writing, verbal and organizational skills are essential. Candidates must be detail-oriented and able to prioritize and multi-task in a challenging, fast-paced environment.

The salary for this position is in the mid $30,000 range per year, commensurate with qualifications. To be considered for the position, please send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to Katie Cross via email at Please, no phone calls.