Friday, November 30, 2018

Keep Calm & Find Jobs

Hello Friday job-search enthusiasts!  Keep the stress levels down and your career enhancement & advancement efforts on track today.

The National Association of Community Health Centers is seeking a Director, National Grassroots Advocacy with 7-10 years’ relevant experience, including work developing & spearheading grassroots advocacy or civic engagement campaigns, as well as fundraising skills & a strong track record of building national and/or state alliances – Spring 2019 Health Policy Intern and
Summer 2019 Health Policy Intern posts also available.

The National Geographic Society has let us know they are still looking to fill this Internal Communications Specialist post – 3+ years of experience with a combination of at least two of the following required: journalism, corporate communications and event planning – facility with content management systems & email marketing software also beneficial. 

Catholic Charities has shared this very fresh Institutional Giving Associate post – focus on developing funding requests/proposals for foundation, corporate & government donors – 3+ years’ related experience desired.

Our friends at CLS Strategies have told us they’re still looking to fill these posts (scroll to find):
Promundo,a group promoting gender justice violence prevention worldwide by engaging men & boys in partnership with women & girls, has just shared Digital Engagement & Content Assistant and Editorial & Brand Management Assistant (pdf) posts with us – see also main career page – both jobs have a $40-$45k pay grade and a first review of resumes on Dec. 18; final deadline will be Jan. 4

Progressive-friendly digital fundraising & organizing platform EveryAction is seeking an Account Exec to build relationships & market to a non-profit audience – previous experience with a SaaS company & facility with CRM tools a plus. 

CropLife America has passed along this Communications Coordinator role – 4+ years’ experience in writing & editing copy desired, along with facility with Adobe Creative Suite and content management systems & email marketing platforms – find application info here.

Forbes-Tate Partners is recruiting for an Analyst, Public Affairs (scroll to find) to conduct research, write analyses, draft media content, prepare memos & assist with client projects.

In addition to the roles we noted yesterday with the Signal Group, we’re told they’re still looking for candidates for paid, full-time Interns (scroll to find) for the Spring 2019 term.

Fresh opportunities with the Center for Science in the Public Interest:
Atlantic MediaDigital Media Director supporting the Government Executive Media Group – digital advertising experience required; media agency background a plus. 

National Treasury Employees UnionLegislative & Political Director – 10+ years experience with the federal legislative process & federal workforce policy desired, as well as knowledge of political and grassroots operations & managerial background.

Pew Charitable Trusts
American Psychiatric AssociationDeputy Director, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs – 5-10 years of experience in public relations & marketing communications desired.

Center for American Progress
Ohio Education AssociationPolitical Advocacy Consultant – $80k – 3-5 years’ experience in a significant campaign role or on the staff of a local, state or Federal officeholder – Columbus, OH

American University
ALS Therapy Development InstituteDevelopment Director – 6-8 years' experience in fundraising and business development required; successful track recording in fundraising with major donors or scientific sales preferred.

Far-flung opportunities with our probably-Brexit-stressed pals at the British Embassy:
Rational 360PR Director – 3-5 years of communications or public relations experience with proven results and experience working with reporters desired.

Best wishes for a perfectly awesome & restorative weekend from your favorite™ public affairs jobs resource.

1 comment:

Gordon said...

All Hazards Management Consortium - Graphic Designer

Our client, located in Washington, DC, seeks a graphic designer position (contract) located in the emergency management field in the National Capital Region. The position works 40 hours a week at the client’s location in Washington, DC with a schedule of 8am–4:30pm. Designer may work atypical shifts to accommodate emergency response activities.

The designer is responsible for conceptualizing, designing and producing print and digital designs for a wide variety of formats and dissemination outputs to communicate the client’s mission to the public & partners.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Ensures brand consistency in the planning and developing of original designs, concepts or visual styles for publications, websites and presentation materials that present ideas or images will evoke favorable response from the target audience.
• Uses desktop publishing and new technologies to design graphic objects for brochures, flyers, posters, reports, programs, signage, diagrams, infographics, presentation visuals, illustrations, publication design, digital/website marketing assets, etc. The incumbent also advises on the digital design for the client’s websites and applications. Transforms written descriptions of items, processes, issues, or events into visual representations without benefits of existing picture, model or diagrams.
• Provide and assist with website graphic support.
• Supports the management and review of the client’s brand style guides.
• Understands print production and maintains relationships with client’s vendors.
• Other related duties as assigned.

• Demonstrated proficiency in Adobe Creative Cloud (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects) and Microsoft Office(Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
• Knowledge of a variety of methods, techniques, and materials used in the design, production, and production of visual products.
• Knowledge of website design techniques and content management systems used to create websites.
• Ability to use visual and auditory elements to enhance the website design.
• Knowledge of and ability to effectively search the internet for current data, techniques, software and hardware to enhance visual art methods used in the department.
• Knowledge of visual design and presentations.
• Demonstrated experience in of print and digital delivery processes and demonstrated ability to prepare print- and digital-ready files for vendors.
• Understanding of current web standards and UX/UI fundamentals; includes strong writing and editing background that lends to writing for websites.
• Extremely proficient with popular social media software and emerging apps.
• Demonstrated creativity and documented immersion in social media with a professional online presence.
• Ability to jump from the creative side of marketing to analytical side, able to demonstrate why ideas are analytically sound.
• Video (Premiere Pro CC or Final Cut Pro X), photo editing and expertise in illustration and layout (both print and digital), with motion graphics experience a plus.

• Meeting deadlines and working well under pressure;
• Effectively managing projects and resources;
• Creating graphic projects and tactics for a variety of distribution channels;
• Designing, scaling and adjusting all types of print, digital and specialty graphics;
• Determining appropriate materials, colors, and typography to utilize in graphics;
• Maintaining confidentiality.

Licensures, Certifications and Other Requirements
• Strong desktop publishing required as well as knowledge of print production.
• Applicant must provide portfolio showcasing design work.

BA or BS in design or related major or equivalent combination of education & work experience.

Work Experience
Minimum of 3-5 years graphic design and communications experience

Job Response Contact
John Molnar
Director of All Hazard Consortium Program Management Office