CARE is seeking a talented Senior Director United States Government (USG) Relations. The Senior Director USG Relations represents CARE USA at the highest levels of the US Government. The position allows CARE USA to play an active role in a variety of important Washington DC-based arenas, building and managing stronger relations and partnerships with key parts of the US Government with a primary focus on United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Private Voluntary Organizations (PVO) and broader international development community.
The Endocrine Society, an international medical association and worldwide leader in promotion of endocrine science, seeks a talented and motivated individual to serve as a project manager. The successful candidate will work under the guidance of the Director of Quality Improvement to develop and implement activities related to the Society’s Clinical Practice Guideline program. Responsibilities include managing activities related to the Clinical Guidelines Subcommittee and liaising with the Clinical Affairs Core Committee and the Quality Improvement Subcommittee.
State of New York - Seeking a Government Relations Manager to manage changes in the regulatory environment to advocate and influence pending legislation, and partner with senior leaders to leverage new legislation for revenue-generating purposes.
The Director of Communications and Outreach serves as the organization’s senior communications and outreach professional and is responsible for developing and implementing strategies to promote the organization and its agenda with a wide variety of external audiences. The Director of Communications and Outreach is a member of the senior management team and reports to the President.
The mission of Search for Common Ground-USA is to foster cooperative approaches to resolving domestic public policy issues and to resolve issues of conflict within the United States. We bring diverse stakeholders together to bridge dividing lines at the national, state and local levels. The Search USA Congressional Programs Manager is a core member of the US Programs division. S/he will be responsible for providing overall support to the department’s day to day management as well as developing and writing proposals, liaising between SFCG and congressional offices on specific issues and/or programs, assisting with the creation of a strategic communication plan to interact with members of Congress, and strengthening participation in US-based programs.
Thriving catering company is ramping up for busy fall and winter seasons. Seeks positive, service-oriented staff to work part-time at high-profile events throughout the Washington, DC area.
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) solicits interest from consultants who wish to be evaluated and considered to provide Federal Funding and Policy Advocacy Services. One (1) agreement will be awarded. The agreement will be for approximately four (4) years in duration with the option for WSDOT to extend it for additional time and money if necessary.
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities is seeking a Coordinator to engage state organizations and coalitions in critical state budget and policy debates, particularly as policy decisions are debated that affect the lives of low- and moderate- income families and communities. Through public education, issue campaigns, and dissemination of data, the Center’s state partner organizations can play an important role in informing these high stakes debates.
Washington, DC-based energy trade association seeks a Director of Regulatory Affairs to provide technical support and lead its Regulatory Advocacy program area. Position requires advocating association positions on hazardous materials-related issues before federal agencies and codes and standards organizations.
The Climate and Air Legislative Affairs Manager will play a leading role in developing and managing EDF’s climate and air legislative and political work. This position reports to the Director of Climate Legislative Operations.
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a non-profit national research and analysis organization, is seeking a Director of Individual Giving to join the Center’s Development Department. The Center is one of the leading organizations in the country working on public policy issues affecting low-income families and individuals.
The East-West Center is accepting applications for a three-year, limited full-time position as a Projects and Outreach Coordinator at the East-West Center in Washington (D.C.).
The Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs seeks a founding director of its new LBJ Washington Center in the heart of Washington, DC. This new Center aims to educate and empower a new generation of leaders through an 18-month program in federal policy making, and to produce rigorous, policy-relevant research on the great challenges of our time. To that end, the School seeks a dynamic leader to spearhead operations in Washington, mobilize a network of potential employers and stakeholders, and solidify the LBJ School brand inside Washington.
National trade association seeks an experienced self-starter to join its legislative affairs team. The position entails establishing and maintaining strong relationships with legislators, personal/committee staff, association members, and representatives of energy, hazmat, transportation, and small business interests.
Ducks Unlimited, the world’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving North America’s continually disappearing waterfowl habitats, seeks an experienced and motivated communications professional to lead our public policy office’s advocacy communications and public outreach efforts. The selected individual will create and implement a national media plan to achieve policy objectives; establish media relationships and place stories in national and regional print and broadcast media; serve as the point of contact for information requests and interviews and coordinate on other communications projects with regional colleagues.
Seeking a highly motivated individual to a busy senior partner in the firm's Advertising, Marketing and New Media Practice Group. Responsibilities include extensive contact with clients, coordinating travel arrangements, heavy scheduling and e-mail monitoring, billing and other related duties.
A small Capitol Hill-based beverage trade association is seeking a detail-oriented executive assistant to support the top executives of the association. This role includes providing back-up support to the receptionist and other departments on an as-needed basis.
i-360, the leading data and technology provider for the pro-free market political and advocacy community, supporting organizations that promote free enterprise and smaller government, is seeking a Database Developer to join its data operations team. The ideal candidate will have strong understanding of database concepts, excellent logical skills and the capability to learn and implement solutions in a fast paced environment. i-360 is a dynamic workplace sitting on the leading edge of politics, technology, and business and they are seeking team members who are as excited about their cause as they are about building the next generation of political technology.
Freedom Partners is searching for a talented and effective Message and Writing Director to manage a team of writers who engage on healthcare, spending, and energy-related copy in a fast-paced and dynamic office. Working closely with the research, policy, and communications teams, the right individual for this new position will be a strategic thinker who can brainstorm ideas, develop concepts, produce thoughtful, factual, and persuasive messaging and lead and motivate a successful team.
Bill of Rights Institute (BRI) seeks an Administrative Assistant who is entrepreneurial minded, detail-oriented, and customer-focused. The ideal candidate would be responsible for significantly increasing the operational efficiency of the office, while balancing the various responsibilities of being a personal assistant to the president of the organization. BRI’s mission is to educate young people about the words and ideas of America's Founders, the liberties guaranteed in the Founding documents, and how the Founding principles continue to affect and shape a free society.
Generation Opportunity is looking for a General Counsel to provide timely and effective legal advice to the organization’s Boards of Directors, executive leadership, and other in-house clients. Specific areas of legal expertise shall extend to corporate governance, contracts, human relations, finance, tax law matters, operations and administration, litigation oversight, intellectual property, lobbying, political law, and campaign finance compliance matters. Generation Opportunity is a national, nonpartisan, youth advocacy organization equipping Millennials with the knowledge, resources, and tools to advocate for policy solutions that expand economic opportunity for a specific generation.
More than just a job, the Center for Shared Services (CSS) is providing an opportunity to make a difference. CSS is seeking to hire a Non-Profit Administration Manager to assist the General Counsel in day to day administrative related activities including employment tax registrations, state license and registrations, insurance matters, contract and other agreement management, as well as other general office duties. Qualified candidates will have knowledge of non-profits and state or municipal registrations.
i360 is the leading data and technology provider for the pro-free market political and advocacy community, supporting organizations that promote free enterprise and smaller government. i360 is seeking a Political Data Analyst to join its Data Services team to assist with data ingestion and complex data targeting fulfillment. i360 is a dynamic workplace sitting on the leading edge of politics, technology, and business and we are seeking team members who are as excited about our cause as they are about building the next generation of political technology.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) seeks a Deputy Political Director to assist with the implementation of AIPAC’s political goals and objectives. The Deputy Regional Political Director will report to the Regional Political Director.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) seeks a Regional Outreach Director to promote pro-Israel education and activism among progressive leaders in AIPAC’s New England Region, which includes Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island and northern Connecticut. The Regional Outreach Director will report to the Regional Political Director in Boston and work closely with the National Outreach Director in Washington, DC. The National Outreach Program promotes pro-Israel activism and education among leaders of various constituencies, including Progressives, African Americans, Hispanics and Religiously-Motivated Pro-Israel Christians.
Working closely with the National Political Director, this person will assist in developing and implementing AIPAC’s political strategies as well as the department’s overall goals and objectives. The Deputy Political Director will also oversee and implement the organization’s grassroots program and manage the program’s team. He/she will work closely with AIPAC’s ten regional offices to oversee the implementation of AIPAC’s political strategies and activities around the country.
The Israel Seminars Director will oversee the development, coordination and execution of educational seminars to Israel sponsored by the American Israel Education Foundation. He/she will serve as the principal point of contact with AIEF in Jerusalem on trip objectives, focus and programmatic elements. The Director will also be responsible for developing and implementing a significant trip alumni educational program.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) seeks a Regional Political Director to oversee pro-Israel political activity throughout various regions. AIPAC has worked since 1954 to strengthen the U.S.-Israel relationship. AIPAC is a registered domestic lobby whose principal mission is to work with Congress on legislation that strengthens the United States and Israel.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated, energetic leader to direct CSPI’s Health Promotion Policy (HPP) Project. The HPP Project advocates for national and local government policies that promote health and prevent diet-related chronic disease. The project also educates the public and encourages food manufacturers to improve their products.
National public company seeks a fulltime government relations professional to shepherd passage of 21st Century good-government legislation in multiple states. This person needs to be able to size up the political dynamics of different states and develop—and execute—a political strategy encompassing all branches and levels of state government.
Fast paced consulting firm seeks highly organized, motivated, self starter to support executives working with companies in the financial and housing sector. Candidate must possess strong attention to detail, hill experience preferred. Email cover letter, resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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