Sunday, June 24, 2018

24 That Are Worth Another Look

Here's a Sunday run of two-dozen previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week.

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
DyneticsSenior Legislative AnalystJune 25

U.S. ArmyPublic Affairs/Social Media Specialist – $81k-$106k – June 25

Nature Conservancy
Smithsonian Institution
Food & Drug AdministrationSupervisory Public Affairs Specialist – $134k-$164k – June 26

Friends Committee on National Legislation
National Science FoundationPublic Affairs Specialist – $81k-$126k – June 26
DC Dept. of TransportationCommunication Specialist/Web Content-Social Media Strategist (search keyword 3908) – $83k-$107k – June 28

Federal Retirement Thrift Investment BoardWriter/Editor – $81k-$126k – June 28

Bureau of Land ManagementSupervisory Public Relations Specialist – $134k-$164k – June 29

Fairmont HotelDirector of CommunicationsJune 29 

Nuclear Threat InitiativeCommunications ManagerJune 29 

U.S. Marine Band Communications Strategist – $55k-$63k – June 29

Virginia Railway ExpressSenior Communications Specialist – $51k-$85k – June 29

Waxman StrategiesDirector of Campaign CommunicationsJune 29

Arabia Foundation Director of Communications – proficiency in Arabic preferred – June 30

DC Volunteers Lawyers Project Development & Communications Assistant – $35k-$39k – June 30

British Embassy Admin Officer Strategic Programs/Royal Navy – $17/hr – July 1

Parts Unknown wraps up for the season (hopefully not for good; Season 12 had already begun filming) in Bhutan.  Tonight at 9:00 pm on CNN.

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Gordon said...

DC Homeland Security & Emergency Management Agency - Intern, Communication Bureau

Duration of Internship: September 3, 2018 – December 4, 2018

Compensation: Stipend

The District of Columbia Homeland Security & Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA) manages and coordinates the District’s unified planning, response, mitigation, and recovery efforts for all disasters, whether natural or man-made, that occur in the District of Columbia.

HSEMA is looking for highly-skilled graduate students, that are interested in homeland security and emergency management related matters and how these practices protect life and property. In particular, HSEMA is looking for students interested in or majoring in the following fields:

• Emergency Management/Homeland Security
• Law/Political Science
• Public Administration/Policy
• Communications/ Public Relations
• English/Writing

As an intern you will have the opportunity to work for a dynamic agency that is nationally-recognized as a leader in homeland security and emergency management practices.

Position With: Communications Bureau

Description of Opportunity

The Communications Bureau is responsible for sharing the Agency’s story through public education, media, training seminars, social media, preparedness events, and community meetings and assists the Executive Office of the Mayor in the coordination of crisis communications during emergencies. Successful candidates will be expected to work in the following capacities: assist the Communications Bureau with its social media efforts (producing content and measuring results for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram), work with HSEMA’s Community Outreach Team to plan and coordinate outreach events for District residents; assist the Communications Bureau Chief with research on emergency preparedness communication best practices; write content for websites and additional emergency preparedness products for public distribution; and assist with additional administrative tasks as assigned.


A. Must be proficient in using digital marketing tools (social media platforms, content management system) and demonstrate ability to offer recommendations based on digital and social media analytics
B. Excellent written and oral communications skills required (must be able communicate specific, sometimes complex ideas to supervisors and District residents)
C. Have experience in coordinating and organizing events
D. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
E. Bilingual or American Sign Language fluent applicants will receive particular consideration

*Interns may be asked to work outside of normal business hours including weekends and holidays

To apply, submit a cover letter, resume, one (1) writing sample (max. eight (8) pages) and one (1) letter of recommendation to indicating the particular Internship Opportunity being applied for in the email subject line by Sunday August 5, 2018

NOTE: Applicants must be US citizens and are subject to a background check