Sunday, March 18, 2018

To Be Revisited

Here's your post-St. Patrick's Day set of previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week.  Enjoy!

FDA/Office of Medical Products & TobaccoSupervisory Legislative Analyst – $134k-$164k – Mar. 19

University of Maryland BaltimoreSocial Media SpecialistMar. 19

U.S. ArmyPublic Affairs Specialist – $96k-$126k – Secret clearance required – Mar. 19 

League of Conservation Voters
Smithsonian Institution (scroll to find)
Potomac Conservancy Gift Processing & Database Coordinator (pdf) – part-time – $15/hr – Mar. 20

United Way Manager, Social MediaMar. 20

Washington Post
Communications CoordinatorMar. 21

Bureau of Land Management; listings subject to early closure
Chesapeake Bay Foundation Senior Director of Communications – Annapolis, MD – Mar. 23

George Mason University Marketing and Communications Coordinator supporting Engineering School graduate recruitment & enrollment – Mar. 23

Land Trust Alliance Corporate Relations ManagerMar. 23

National Association of Housing & Redevelopment Officials
Director of Congressional RelationsMar. 23

Embassy of CanadaForeign Policy & Diplomacy Service Officer/Political & Congressional Liaison – $76k French language skills desired – New York – Mar. 25

1 comment:

Gordon said...

Medical Group Management Association - Media Relations Manager, Government Affairs

Join the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) Washington D.C. office as a Media Relations Manager for the Government Affairs Department. The Media Relations Manager will report to the Senior Vice President of Government Affairs & will work closely with government affairs staff to advance MGMA’s advocacy and policy agenda.

Key responsibilities to include:

--Develop and manage strategic media relations plans to advance MGMA’s advocacy and policy agenda;
--Cultivate collaborative working relationships with national press contacts, healthcare trade press contacts, publicity community, and influential opinion leaders in Washington;
--Write and edit press releases, advocacy statements, and other literature;
--Promote MGMA’s message via online and social media channels;
--Propose ideas to enhance media coverage;
--Secure effective media placements assisting MGMA advocacy goals;
--Work closely with internal subject matter experts and public relations team to ensure a cohesive and effective message to the public; and
--Monitor media coverage & disseminate detailed analytics to staff.

Candidates should have three to five years’ experience in public relations, communications, or a related field. Experience in-house or at an agency working with health care clients is preferred. A demonstrated interest in health policy is strongly preferred. A Bachelor’s degree is required.

MGMA offers a competitive salary and benefits package and potential for growth. To apply, please send cover letter, resume & writing sample to