Thursday, August 9, 2018

Wait, There's More

We're a work-in-progress today; check back for more later. [edit: all finished; see the new ones 348-362]

313-316) Ettleson & Associates tells us these searches are all active:
317) The Mercatus Center at George Mason University is looking for a Senior Manager of Donor Relations with at least 3-5 years of experience & proven success in major gift fundraising, as well as an entrepreneurial, self-driven mindset – Arlington-based, but significant travel expected – search managed by KEES/Alford Executive Search

318) Per the comments field, we see the SDKKnickerbocker is looking for an Intern to support their digital practice – paid position; starting in late August – other DC & New York-based jobs & internships also available, it appears.

319) AltriaAssociate Manager, Political Outreach – see also main career page

320) American Heart AssociationFederal Media Advocacy Director

321-324) Center for Community Change
325) Charles Koch Institute Senior Policy Manager, Economic Freedom – search managed by Talent Market

326) Children’s National Medical CenterAssociate Director of Development/Major Gifts

327) Cognitive Professional ServicesPublic Affairs Specialist/Press Secretary supporting the U.S. Attorney’s Office – see also main career page

328) Council of the Great City SchoolsCommunications Specialist (pdf)

329) Financial Services Information & Analysis CenterCommunications Manager (scroll to find)

330-334) FleishmanHillard
335-336) Georgetown University
337) Institute of Museum & Library ServicesCommunications Specialist – $81k-$106k – apply by Aug. 22

338) Knowesis Inc.Communications Associate supporting the Dept. of Veterans Affairs

339-345) Nature Conservancy
346) U.S. Grains CouncilMembership & Communications Coordinator (scroll to find)

347) USOGovernment Relations & External Affairs Liaison

348-349) Alliance to Save Energy
350) American College of Obstetricians & GynecologistsPAC Fundraising Assistant

351-352) Dupont
353) Friends of the EarthDigital Advocacy & Communications Coordinator – search managed by Talent Front

354-355) Greenpeace – DC or San Francisco, CA
356) Harris Corp.PAC Administrator

357-358) Koch Industries
359) MATHCOUNTSCommunications Manager

360) Mystery employer in the public health arenaManager, Media & Public Relations – search managed by Nonprofit HR

361-362) … and finally: opportunities to pitch in (ha!) with DC United:
more to come OK, we're done–

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Story Partners - Strategic Communications Intern - Fall 2018

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Internships are not paid, but we do offer an environment conducive to practical instruction and learning. The program begins in September and extends through December. Interns should be available 2-3 mornings during the week at minimum and should provide availability when emailing a resume for consideration.

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