The Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA), the largest airline pilots union in the world and the largest non-governmental aviation safety organization in the world, seeks a Grassroots Coordinator for our national office in Washington, D.C. and a Sr. Communications Specialist for our national office in Herndon, Virginia.
The Office of the Vice President for Outreach and Vice Provost for Online Education is seeking an innovative, results-oriented professional for the position of director of administration and strategic internal communications. The Director will support the management of two of the organization's primary executive teams by planning agendas; leading, coordinating, and/or tracking major initiatives; and reporting on activities. The Director will serve as the project manager for the implementation, assessment, and maintenance of the Outreach and Online Education strategic plan.
Based in Washington, DC, NMHC is a national association representing the interests of the larger and most prominent apartment firms in the U.S. NMHC advocates on behalf of rental housing, conducts apartment-related research, encourages the exchange of strategic business information, and promotes the desirability of apartment living. NMHC's members are the principal officers of firms engaged in all aspects of the apartment industry, including ownership, development, management, financing, and services provided to the sector.
On behalf of the Australian Government Department of Health, The Commonwealth Fund is pleased to announce the 2016–17 Australian-American Health Policy Fellowship, which provides an opportunity for mid-career U.S. professionals to enrich health policy thinking in both countries.
The Southern Poverty Law Center, a leading civil rights organization located in Montgomery, Ala., seeks a Director of Communications to develop and implement communications strategies around the Southern Poverty Law Center’s (SPLC’s) exciting advocacy initiatives bringing social justice to the Deep South and to the nation. Working collaboratively with a team of communications professionals, the Director will enhance the SPLC’s programmatic efforts and position the SPLC as a resource for the media and policy makers and grow its national profile.
Republican Senator is looking for an experienced Systems Administrator to oversee computer systems in D.C. and State offices.
NRDC is seeking an experienced advocacy and outreach professional to join the Center for Policy Advocacy department’s Government Affairs and affiliate Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) group in our Washington, DC office. This is a dual-purpose position requiring someone with both proven legislative and outreach experience. This person will report to both the Associate Director of Government Affairs and the E2 Executive Director, and will work to increase NRDC’s presence and effectiveness on Capitol Hill and coordinate with state advocates and E2 chapter directors to develop and implement state advocacy activities that complement federal goals. Top priorities will include advancing EPA’s carbon pollution standards and promoting clean energy, and also include agriculture, transportation, oceans and water issues.
NAFCU (Arlington, VA) seeks Regulatory Compliance Counsel to provide members with accurate, timely and comprehensive assistance in various financial regulatory compliance matters. The counsel’s primary responsibility is to provide direct responses to member inquiries through NAFCU’s Compliance Helpline. The counsel is also responsible for developing and producing regulatory compliance assistance materials and presenting educational sessions to audiences of all sizes.
The Project Manager is responsible for managing projects that include application development and maintenance, establishing reporting systems of new and existing custom developed applications, and managing other hardware and software based initiatives that may be introduced. This position is also to serve as a liaison to other departments and is responsible to define and refine new needs as they emerge. These user departments include Development, National Events, Communications, and Regional Offices.
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.
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.
AIPAC is seeking an integral member of our team to be responsible for executing and managing pro-Israel grassroots community mobilization, Congressional lobbying, fundraising, and leadership development. The Associate Area Director will partner with our base of local citizen advocates to educate America's elected officials, policy makers, and opinion leaders. The Associate Area Director will guide and mobilize our lay leadership in their political activism, and will also be responsible for the realization of AIPAC membership retention throughout the area.
Responsible for conceptualizing and managing production of a range of products that communicate policy to external and internal audiences largely in support of AIPAC's National Affairs. In coordination with the Director of Communications and senior management, develop and implement a comprehensive communications strategy to proactively communicate ongoing and breaking issues, as well as to execute a regular schedule of high-quality publications.
The Area Director is responsible for overseeing all grassroots, political and development outreach for the pro-Israel community within their designated region. These responsibilities include educating activists about American and Israeli political developments, teaching activists how to be effective pro-Israel advocates in the political arena, inspiring people to become pro-Israel activists, while continuing to work with our current base of activists.
The Deputy Regional Synagogue Initiative Director will work with the Synagogue Initiative Director to build relationships with clergy and synagogue lay-leaders in targeted congregations, educating them about issues effecting Israel, training them to become pro-Israel political activists, and increasing their overall involvement in the pro-Israel arena.
The Departmental Technology Integrator works in a dynamic, fast-paced environment providing services to meet the needs of the departmental staff for their generic and focused IT tools used on the job. Embedded in these departments enhancing articulation and advocacy of technology need and adoption, this position supports, trains, handholds, documents, and collaborates with departmental staff in person, over the phone, and through e-mail.A key focus of this role is supporting departmental systems for internal and external users and identifying issues and needs in the design of new requirements for new or enhancements to existing systems.
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.
As Regional Political Director you will help grow pro-Israel political activism in one of the largest and most important markets in America. The Regional Political Director reports to the Regional Director and supervises two people. The Regional Political Director is responsible for growing pro-Israel political participation in New England and managing legislative mobilizations and outreach to broad political constituencies.
AIDS United seeks to hire a Director of Government Affairs to work in consultation with the Vice President of Policy & Advocacy, the Chief Executive Officer and Policy Staff to establish and maintain overall relationships with federal government and congressional offices. The Director, in consultation with the Vice President of Policy & Advocacy and working with the Policy staff, supports the development of HIV/AIDS public policy positions and advocacy strategies, organizes participation in key advocacy and public policy forums, and prepares talking points, testimonies and public comments.
Financial services trade association seeks a self-starting Legislative and PAC Assistant to handle general administrative tasks for our Legislative and Political Affairs Divisions. Position includes some writing, networking, lobbying and assistance with PAC activities.
Reporting to the Director of Federal Government Relations and located in Washington, D.C., the Associate Director will work to continue establishing a University presence in the Capitol on a wide variety of topics and issues of concern to Cornell and the higher education sector.
As Manager of Social Media, the incumbent is responsible for managing social media that includes developing/editing content, administering social media aspects of marketing campaigns, and collecting and analyzing effectiveness information. This individual demonstrates a superior ability to edit for accuracy, clarity, and quality; writes, edits and produces audio and video podcasts; and assists with developing marketing campaigns and their related outlet channels.
The Brian Lamb School of Communication (BLSC) at Purdue University seeks a Professional‐in-Residence to engage students. Our ideal candidate is an individual with a strong professional network and knowledge of current and emerging trends in communication, in areas such as social media, media and politics, digital media, political campaigns, public opinion polling, speech writing, social campaigns, editorial management, and/or government service. A BA or BS degree in Communication or related field is required, but a MA is preferred.
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 email@example.com.
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