House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs Chairman seeks a seasoned communications professional to oversee the implementation of the committee’s communications strategy.
The Media Relations Manager position is responsible for NCQA’s day-to-day external corporate communications. The Manager serves as a point of contact for NCQA with the media and is responsible for developing media materials such as press releases and related background materials for media contacts, and other key audiences such as employers, policymakers, physicians and health plan executives. This involves extensive development of relationships with national and industry media outlets—digital, print and broadcast. This includes conducting internal interviews, scheduling media appearances and writing content that attracts media attention for NCQA’s blog. The Manager will assist with NCQA's other internal and external newsletters, annual report and other corporate communications as assigned.
The Institute of Makers of Explosives (IME) is seeking a government affairs professional to advance the Institute’s government affairs goals in Washington, DC.
IME is the safety and security Institute of the commercial explosives industry, promoting best practices to protect personnel and the environment, and to encourage the adoption of uniform rules and regulations. IME represents manufacturers of commercial explosives and other companies that distribute explosives or provide related products and services. IME has advanced safety and security practices throughout the life cycle of industrial explosive products for more than 100 years.
The Assistant Director, Policy and Government Affairs will serve as one of AIPAC’s registered lobbyists, responsible for building and maintaining relationships on Capitol Hill and with the broader Washington, D.C. policy community to support and promote AIPAC’s legislative agenda. S/he will also manage an issue-specific portfolio under the supervision and guidance of the Deputy Director, Policy & Government Affairs/Director of Strategic Partnerships. This portfolio will be designed to strengthen U.S.-Israel cooperation in non-defense sectors, to potentially include water security, food security, border and port security and/or others as assigned.
The National Religiously Motivated Pro-Israel Christian Outreach Constituency Director will work to promote pro-Israel advocacy among religiously motivated, pro-Israel Christian leaders and political activists across the United States from AIPAC’s national headquarters in Washington, D.C. The Constituency Director will report to the National Outreach Director and implement a national outreach strategy, coordinate regional evangelical Christian and related Outreach activities, and conduct outreach efforts directly in certain parts of the country. 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
Under the general supervision of the Director, Speakers Bureau, and in accordance with established policies and procedures, the Speakers Bureau Operations Associate’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) seeks a Deputy Regional 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), America’s Pro-Israel lobby is seeking a dynamic, articulate and motivated professional with communications experience and excellent writing skills to serve as AIPAC’s Deputy Director for Progressive Engagement. In this position, he/she would join AIPAC’s Progressive Engagement Department in a senior position to help craft the development, growth and direction of the organization’s Progressive Engagement initiative cultivating relationships with progressives throughout the country, including with elected officials, opinion leaders and pro-Israel activists. He/she would partner with the National Director to develop and implement the long-term strategic vision for this initiative organization-wide to ensure continued bipartisan support for the U.S. – Israel relationship.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) seeks a Midwestern Regional Political Director based in Chicago, IL, to oversee pro-Israel political activity throughout IL and the Midwest. 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 American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) seeks a Regional Outreach Director to promote pro-Israel education and activism among progressive leaders in AIPAC’s Southern Pacific Region, which includes southern California, Arizona and southern Nevada. The Regional Outreach Director will report to the Regional Political Director in Los Angeles and the National Outreach Director in Washington, DC. The National Outreach Program promotes pro-Israel activism and education among leaders of various constituencies, including Progressives, Veterans, African Americans, Hispanics and Religiously-Motivated Pro-Israel Christians.
The Regional Synagogue Initiative Director will be responsible for building relationships with clergy and synagogue lay-leaders in targeted congregations in order to educate them about issues affecting Israel, train them to become pro-Israel political activists, and get them involved with AIPAC to strengthen the U.S.-Israel relationship.
Overview: AIPAC-AIEF Israel (R.A.) is an Israeli Amuta (non-profit entity) that was established by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and the American Israel Education Foundation (AIEF) to act in Israel for the following purposes: (a) advancement of the goals of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, and most importantly the strengthening of the relationship between the United States and Israel; (b) advancement of the educational goals of the American Israel Education Foundation Inc.; and (c) organization and execution of educational trips for various delegations that arrive in Israel under the auspices of AIPAC or AIEF.
The primary responsibility of the General Manager (“GM”) of AIPAC-AIEF Israel is to ensure that AIPAC-AIEF fulfills the above purposes. As such, the GM leads, oversees and supervises all of the operational activity of AIPAC-AIEF, which includes the work of approximately 15 people in the Amuta’s Jerusalem, Israel office. The heart of this operational activity is the planning and execution of over fifty (50) week-long educational seminars annually in Israel for members of Congress, congressional staff, students, community leaders, AIPAC staff and donors, and policy experts. The GM will express and elucidate the position of AIPAC at discussions and forums in Israel on wide-ranging policy topics with leading academics, journalists, think tanks, and government officials. The GM works directly with AIPAC's top management and Board of Directors in formulating AIPAC's policy positions. The GM reports to the Executive Committee (or “Vaad”) of the Amuta and the GM’s direct liaison in AIPAC is the Managing Director for Policy and Politics. The breakdown of the GM’s job in terms of operational versus administrative functions is 80% operational and 20% administrative.
Working closely with the Director, the Deputy Director is responsible for the day to day management and operations of the region and directly, or indirectly, oversees more than twenty regional professional and support staff.
Elanco is a global animal health and veterinary medicine company that develops and delivers product and services to enhance animal health and production. We value innovation, both in scientific research and daily operations, and strive to cultivate a collaborative work environment for more than 2,500 employees worldwide. Founded in 1954, Elanco is a division of Eli Lilly and Company. Our home office is in Greenfield, Indiana.
Bread for the World Institute provides policy analysis on hunger and strategies to end it. We are seeking a senior analyst to provide policy analysis and thought leadership on global hunger, food security and maternal and child nutrition (MCN) policies and programs.
International Registries, Inc. and its affiliates (IRI) provide administrative and technical support to the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RM) Maritime and Corporate Registries. IRI has been administering maritime and corporate programs and involved in flag State administration since 1948. The RMI Maritime Registry is the third largest registry in the world.
Our Reston, VA office as an immediate opening for a Regulatory Affairs Specialist. This is an excellent opportunity for a junior-level candidate interested in international policy and regulation.
Vote Smart is seeking a National Director who will oversee the day-to-day functions of Vote Smart programs, staff, operations, facilities and administration, in alignment with our mission to defend each voter’s right to the facts about elected officials and candidates.
Founded by Presidents Carter, Ford and other national leaders, we are a national research center that collects and distributes factual information on over 40,000 political leaders. According to U.S. News and World Report, "Project Vote Smart would make the Founders weep with joy." At our beautiful Rocky Mountain Research Retreat, our volunteers, staff and interns, lay aside partisan differences to collect the facts and defend each citizen from the manipulative politics of our day.
The Project On Government Oversight is hiring a new Director of Communications. The Director oversees a strong, well-working communications team that performs a variety of functions, from running social media campaigns and outreach to engaging in traditional media outreach.
Communication is one of the key ways POGO is able to accomplish its mission. The Director will be responsible for translating our investigations—which can be wonky and heavy on bureaucratic jargon—into a message that is both easily understood and of interest to people beyond the beltway. Through regular contact with broadcast, web, and print reporters and editors, the Director of Communications will build on current relationships with the media and cultivate new connections in order to make POGO a go-to source on stories about good government reforms, government accountability, open government, and government ethics.
Alliance for Justice (AFJ) is a national association of over 100 organizations dedicated to advancing justice and democracy. For over 35 years, we have been leaders in the fight for a more equitable society on behalf of a broad constituency of environmental, consumer, civil and women’s rights, children’s, senior citizens’ and other groups. AFJ is premised on the belief that all Americans have the right to secure justice in the courts and to have our voices heard when government makes decisions that affect our lives.
AFJ seeks a Director of Outreach that is a strategic thinker and has prior experience in planning, developing and executing outreach campaigns who will build and manage the day to day operations of the organization’s outreach program and help set and achieve program goals.
Gensler is a global design firm with more than 4,500 professionals networked across 46 locations who serve our clients as trusted advisors combining localized expertise with global perspective wherever new opportunities arise. Our vision for success is a powerful one – to be the global design firm that redefines what is possible through the power of design. That kind of commitment commands only the best and it is our great people providing great service that generates our great results.
The Executive Communications Project Manager role supports the Executive Director/CEO with communications, project management, coordination and execution of firm-level activities/initiatives in a highly independent and highly detailed manner. The CEO’s Special Assistant is a direct report to the Executive Director/CEO; however, works in coordination with other Executives as needed and the CEO’s Executive Assistant and the Regional and Office Administrative staff.
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is seeking a Writer and Content Manager. Reporting to the Deputy Director, Strategic Communications, the Writer and Content Manager will produce, edit, repurpose, and distribute content in a variety of formats, including daily social media posts and online comments, blog articles that build our case and rebut critics, op-eds and letters to the editor for placement in news outlets, and video and infographics promoted on our social media channels. This position will manage AWEA’s Rapid Response program and it’s Writers Bureau; recommend distribution strategies to achieve the widest impact; meet productivity goals for writing and placement of opinion content; edit others’ drafts; and use online tools to measure reach and engagement.
The incumbent will take the lead in posting content to AWEA’s website and social media channels, and edit the AWEA blog, Into the Wind, and its Wind Energy Weekly e-newsletter to members. Networking and maintaining good relationships with a wide variety of partner organizations, media outlets, outside writers and bloggers for other media in cross posting content is an essential part of this job
The Baltimore City Director of Opioid Overdose Prevention and Treatment will work to implement the Baltimore City Opioid Overdose Prevention and Response Plan (Plan). The Director will report directly to the Commissioner of the BCHD, and will generally coordinate with the Vice President of Program Operations at BHSB. A successful Director of Overdose will establish and meet approved program objectives and marshal the resources of BCHD, BHSB, and all other city/state partners to identify and implement innovative approaches to prevention, early intervention, treatment, and recovery to dramatically lower the incidence of overdose and improve access to behavioral health treatment in Baltimore City.
Tyco is seeking a Manager of Political Affairs to be responsible for all facets the Tyco Employees PAC and expand the company’s political action capability and influence. The candidate must be detail-oriented, passionate, professional and possess the ability and proper judgment to responsibly carry out their fiduciary responsibilities.
Reporting to the Director of Federal Government Relations, the Manager will lead the development and execution of PAC fundraising initiatives, as well as the day-to-day administrative functions of the PAC.
The Public Accountability team is focused on improving the efficiency and efficacy of the public sector. We support initiatives that help governments and nonprofits make decisions based on data and evidence as well as projects that promote fiscal sustainability and the effective oversight of public funds. As part of the Public Accountability team, the Director will be responsible for developing, managing, and supporting activities in LJAF’s Public Accountability portfolio. This portfolio currently includes investments in the areas of retirement policy, tax policy, economic mobility, and evidence-based policymaking. The Director will report to the Vice President of Public Accountability.
As a part of LJAF’s Venture Development department, we are building a small team focused on improving the U.S. health care system. We are seeking a Director of Venture Development – Health Care who will be responsible for identifying, analyzing, and pursuing new, high-leverage philanthropic opportunities to positively transform health care. To date, the Foundation’s Health Care work has largely focused on supporting cost containment efforts, but our strategy remains in development. The Director of Venture Development – Health Care will play a key role in defining and implementing the Foundation’s strategic plan for philanthropic investment within the sector.
The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is the nation's most effective environmental action organization. We use law, science and the support of 1.4 million members and online activists to protect the planet's wildlife and wild places and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all living things. NRDC was founded in 1970 and our staff helped write some of America's bedrock environmental laws, including the Clean Water Act, and many of the implementing regulations; our water enforcement cases played a major role shaping current water policy throughout the country. Today, our staff of more than 430 lawyers, scientists, economists, policy and communications experts, and others, work out of offices in New York, Washington, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Livingston, Montana and Beijing.
NRDC is seeking a Legislative Advocate to work with the Government Affairs team in our Washington, DC office to increase our presence and effectiveness on Capitol Hill.
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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