Saturday, June 30, 2018

One Day Early

We're moving up the usual Sunday run of previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week by a day to give you a little better jump on these 30 repeat listings.

Arms Control AssociationResearch Assistant on Nuclear Weapons Policy – $45k-$55k – July 2

Congressional Research ServiceLegislative Analyst – $81k-$106k – July 2

Nature Conservancy
British Embassy Deputy Head of Communications/Spokesperson – $90k – July 3

International Monetary Fund
Deputy Division Chief, CommunicationsJuly 3, as noted here

George Mason University

 Ducks Unlimited (scroll to find)
Bureau of ReclamationPublic Affairs Specialist – $81k-$106k – July 5

House of Representatives Office of the CAO:
Smithsonian Institution Advancement Communications Specialist (pdf) supporting the National Portrait Gallery – July 5

USDA’s Food Safety & Inspection ServicePublic Affairs Specialist/Speech Writer – $96k-$126k  – July 5

Chesapeake Bay FoundationCommunications Operations Manager – Annapolis, MD – July 6

Office of the Director of National Intelligence
Patient Access National Network FoundationMarketing & Communications ManagerJuly 6

United States-China Economic and Security Review CommissionPolicy Analyst, Economics & Trade – $45k-$88k – July 6

National Wild Turkey Federation Regional Director, Southern Louisiana – Alexandria, LA – July 7

 Center for Biological DiversityDevelopment Associate – Tucson, AZ – July 8

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Arms Control Association - Communications, Media, and Marketing Intern

Fall 2018

The Arms Control Association seeks a dynamic, engaged candidate to assist with communications, media relations, and marketing efforts. This internship is an excellent opportunity to gain experience with various aspects of communications, outreach to reporters, and marketing with a well-respected organization in the arms control and disarmament field. Expertise in the field of arms control and nonproliferation issues is not necessary, but candidates should demonstrate a commitment to the issues.

Interns with the communications team will help:

--maintain and leverage contacts with journalists, embassies/missions, event participants and members;
--draft and copyedit print and electronic materials, including lead articles for the national Arms Control Today journal, blog posts, social media content, and newsletters;
--work with the Graphics editor and Program Associate to design flyers, graphics, and other marketing material for events and online content;
--Edit and upload content for the website;
--Assist with the planning and execution of ACA public and private events, briefings, and meetings; and
--Other tasks assigned by staff.


--Familiarity and comfort with various social media platforms and publishing tools;
--Completed or working toward a college degree, preferably in a related field (e.g., Communications, English, Public Relations, or Political Science). Students pursuing advanced degrees are also encouraged to apply;
--Experience with Microsoft Office and Google Drive required. Experience using Photoshop, InDesign, Prezi highly desired. Knowledge of HTML, Drupal CMS, or other graphic design programs is a plus
--An effective communicator, both written and oral;
--Experience writing in multiple styles and voices (e.g., tweets, press releases, blog posts, news briefs); and
--Self-motivated, good organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines.

Depending on initiative, schedules, and writing ability, interns will have an opportunity to publish short research briefs in our national monthly journal, Arms Control Today. We will also work with eager interns to help take their skills in graphic design, online communications, and marketing to the next level as part of their experience with us.

To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, short writing sample (2-3 pages) on a public policy topic, and three references to