Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Infusion, Justice, Reclamation & the Performing Arts

OK, we're back at it, so get after one or more of these.  Posts suited for folks in the early career stage make up the bulk of today's set, just by happenstance.

Progressive communications firm Feldman Strategies is looking to fill this Communications Associate (pdf) post – 1-2 years of communication experience in a company, journalism, campaign or progressive organization setting desired – Cleveland Park location.

CLS Strategies is seeking an entry-level Associate – prior internship/work experience in PR, public affairs or politics preferred, though not required.

The National Home Infusion Association is seeking a Marketing Communications Manager with strong writing & proofreading skills as well as 3-5 years of marketing & communications experience, preferably in healthcare – $70k range – Metro-proximate Old Town location

Public Citizen has just shared this Online Advocacy & Fundraising Manager (pdf) post suited to an awesome writer who enjoys crafting clear & compelling fundraising emails & action alerts, and also possesses a thorough grasp of the political process, advocacy work & public interest issues.

Bethesda-based science-based healthcare consulting company PinneyAssociates seeks Junior Associate (pdf) with strong communications skills & an interest in public health policy & consumer healthcare arena.

Here’s a fresh Communications Assistant opportunity from our friends at the Center for Science in the Public Interest – strong writing & proofreading skills & facility with email/advocacy CRM systems, Drupal or other CMS, Photoshop, and Cision or other similar media relations services desired.

The American Association for Justice is seeking a Multimedia/Press Associate – 2-3+ years’ related experience in a Capitol Hill, campaign, association or public relations environment preferred, as well as facility with social media, graphic design & online grassroots organizing applications.

Safe Kids Worldwide has passed along this Communications Associate post suited for great writers & savvy project managers with 2+ years of experience in communications, media relations or related field – West End DC located

In addition to the IT Intern (scroll to find) post we noted last week with the Partners for the Americas, we’re also told they are actively recruiting for the Business Management Intern opportunity at the very bottom of the page; they don’t seek applications for the other ones there.

BSIPublic Relations Manager – 5+ years of PR experience & facility w/ social media desired.

Arabia FoundationCommunications Officer (scroll to find) – min. 3-5 years of experience in media relations, communications strategy, corporate branding & digital communications required; knowledge of Middle East affairs & Arabic language proficiency preferred – apply by Apr. 30
Bureau of ReclamationSupervisory Public Affairs Specialist – $134k-$164k – apply by Apr. 27
McKinley Marketing PartnersClient Services Specialist – seeking candidates with 3-5 years of client services experience that demonstrates exemplary follow-through & constant sense of urgency on all assigned projects.

Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts – see also main career page
Charity:WaterChief Development Officer – your 10+ years of experience should demonstrate success in nonprofit development with a focus on major gifts – New York – see also main career page

Johns Hopkins University – Baltimore, MD except as otherwise noted
Mystery employerWriter/Media Specialist – 4+ years’ related experience required – search managed by the Creative Group

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Gordon said...

Institute for Educational Leadership - Education Policy Fellowship Program Communications Intern

Join a small but mighty team to support top-notch leadership development at a well-established education nonprofit!

The Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL) is seeking a communications-focused leadership program intern who will work on the organization’s distinguished Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP). The intern will support the National Director of EPFP and the EPFP Program Coordinator as a full team member. The internship is based on a 20 hour weekly schedule. Start and end dates for the internship are flexible, depending on the intern’s availability.

This position is a great opportunity for someone with a communications background and/or strong interest in one or more of the following disciplines: organizational and leadership development, business administration and management, education, and public policy.

Interns are given the opportunity to participate in a range of events, hearings, and learning opportunities throughout the program and will earn minimum wage.

To learn more about the experience, read this blog by former communications intern, Joie Kichton.

Responsibilities May Include
· Writing and editing program materials and services for our national EPFP network.
· Managing social media outreach and communications to our networks and alumni.
· Design pages for the EPFP website and engage in contact data management.
· Complete other appropriate duties as assigned.

· Strong organizational skills
· Outstanding writing and editing skills
· Attention to detail
· Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and can-do attitude
· Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and problem solve
· Proficiency with the Microsoft products
· Competence with social media tools: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn

About EPFP

Built on three pillars—policy, leadership, and networking—EPFP provides leaders for education with a high-quality professional development experience, a neutral ground where leaders can explore complex policy issues from diverse perspectives, build leadership skills, and develop deep cross-boundary professional relationships. EPFP's goals are to:
· inspire and prepare the next generation of cross-boundary leaders for education;
· instill a deep understanding and expertise of public policy and education leadership;
· connect leaders to a collaborative network of high-impact professionals.

Learn more about IEL’s 54-year-old impact on education.

To Apply

Please send by May 18, 2018, a resume and a cover letter (attention: Dr. Helen Janc Malone) that describes what interests you about this position, what skills and experience you bring to the job, and what you would like to gain from the experience to epfp@iel.org.