Tuesday, February 11, 2020


Ok, we're back. Hope one (or more) of these fits your skills & passion.

1) The Amputee Coalition is actively recruiting for a Government Relations Manager with 5+ years of experience in government relations position; non-profit health-related background preferred.

2) The Brand Guild is seeking a Senior Public Relations Manager to support a portfolio of real estate clients – 6+ years of public relations agency experience & expertise in finding & developing stories & driving visibility sought – see also main career page

3) Forbes-Tate Partners has shared an Analyst, Public Affairs (scroll to find) role suited for candidates with Strong research, writing, and editing skills; previous work on political campaigns, in private sector communications, on Capitol Hill, within the executive branch, or for trade associations a plus.

4-10) Our friends with Defenders of Wildlife have passed a wealth of opportunities that they are actively recruiting for:
11-18) AFL-CIO
19) Alliance for Health PolicyHealth Policy Analyst

20) Cambridge Global AdvisorsCommunications & Project Associate

21) DC Dept. of Employment ServicesPublic Affairs Specialist – $61k-$79k – apply by Feb. 20

22-29) Edelman PR
30) Evidence ActionSenior Manager, Communications

31) George Mason UniversityDigital Marketing Specialist, Law School – apply by Feb. 18

32) George Washington UniversityAssistant Director, Digital Marketing – $82k-$116k

33-34) Internal Revenue Service
35) International Trade AdministrationLead Public Affairs Specialist – $121k-$157k – apply by Feb. 13

36-38) Johns Hopkins University – Baltimore, MD
39-41) JPMorgan Chase
42) LeidosDirector, Strategic Communications & Media Relations

43-48) MWWPR – DC or New York except as otherwise noted
49-50) National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  • Editor – $72k-$133k – apply by Feb. 22
  • Public Affairs Officer – $64K-$133K – Springfield, Va. or St. Louis, MO – apply by Feb. 22
51-52) Nuclear Energy Institute
53) United Nations FoundationCommunications Fellow supporting the Girl Up campaign

54-55) U.S.-China Economic & Security Review Commission

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