Monday, November 28, 2011

Out on the Streets of Bakersfield

Hello again, job-seeking or -browsing friends. Scroll back to yesterday or go directly to previously mentioned opportunities closing this week.

We start with a rather terse call for Director, Marketing & Communications for Howard County General Hospital in Columbia, MD.

PBN Company, a strategic communications firm specializing in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and other CIS markets, seeks Spring 2012 Intern (scroll down) who is a junior, senior or grad student majoring in Eurasian regional studies, international relations, political science, or business – fluency in Russian moves your resume to the top of the stack.

We normally hold off until Thursday for opportunities with Georgetown University, but we don’t want to make you wait for this Director of Communications post supporting the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs – $50k-$62k

Here’s a pair of alternately-sourced opportunities with Iridium Satellite:
Bendure Communications is seeking an energetic, detailed-oriented and creative Mid-level PR Professional to work on a variety of client accounts out of their Middleburg, Va. office.

NIH/National Heart, Lung, & Blood InstituteWriter/Editor
$89k-$115k – job ID: NIH-NHLBI-DE-12-552911 – apply by Dec. 2

National Association of Independent Colleges & Universities
Maryland State Delegate Mary-Dulany James (D) is looking a Legislative Aide to run her office in Annapolis – full-time during legislative session (January-April), part-time during the interim.

We get a fair share of our listings via reader submissions (find our email here), but seldom are they for far-flung finds like this Communications Coordinator job we received for Building Healthy Communities-South Kern in Lamont, CA , not far from the streets of Bakersfield.

As long as we’re visiting the California Republic, we might as well also mention this Roseville, CA full-time Internship opportunity with a mystery PR firm paying $11-$12/hr

Association of American Law Schools
The National Quality Forum seeks Senior Director, Communications with 10+ years communications experience, preferably in the healthcare field.

Whatever performance acceleration for the federal government is, it sounds exhausting to us. Those of you made of sterner stuff may be more interested in Social Media Community Manager and Web Content Editor with heart-of-Old-Town located team at Carney Inc.

Students for Liberty:
We don’t see any new communications/public affairs related posts with various employers abetted by the search pros at Staffing Advisors, but there are some HR & admin opportunities available.

Managed care provider Centene has a spot on the roster in their Lexington, KY office for a Director of Marketing Communications with seven-plus years relevant PR experience.

Newer opportunities with Learning Ally (formerly known as Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic):
IT/tech solutions company Force 3 is in search mode for a Communications Coordinator with 3+ years relevant experience – Crofton, MD

Variety of Spring 2012 Internships available at the liberty–loving and GMU-affiliated Institute for Humane Studies – $10/hr – apply by Dec. 16

Summer Internships (scroll down) have been added to the lengthy roster of Spring Intern opportunities at the American Enterprise Institute

Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County

Cablevision seeks Executive Secretary to help keep their DC federal affairs office running smoothly

Elizabeth Glazer Pediatric AIDS FoundationPublic Policy, Advocacy & Communications Intern

APCO Worldwide has spot in their healthcare practice for an Associate with exceptional writing and analytical skills and two to four years of communications/PR experience.

Biotechnology Industry Organization:

Xenophon StrategiesIntern

New York-based Supervisor/Senior Manager, Consumer Practice is the latest find from Golin HarrisIntern slot also newly-available in NYC office.

Wednesday's job resource: links to the career/employment pages of 32 organizations related to the United Nations Development Group.

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