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 PAC Coordinator for our national office in Washington, D.C. and a Sr. Communications Specialist for our national office in Herndon, Virginia.
The Embassy of Switzerland in Washington, DC is seeking a qualified candidate for a permanent position as Social Secretary in the Ambassador’s office beginning on or about May 25th, 2015.
The Organization for International Investment (OFII) is seeking a policy professional with four to five years of Congressional experience to manage and support OFII’s federal policy objectives.
The Legislative Director will contribute to the organization’s ongoing legislative efforts in the areas of federal budget, tax, health, Social Security, and economic policy. The Director will be a member of the senior team. We are looking for a team player who has previous Hill experience as well as a strong commitment to advocating for responsible fiscal policies.
The U.S. Sentencing Commission, a federal agency in the judicial branch of government, is seeking an individual to carry out the duties and responsibilities of Director-OLPA.
The Practice Coordinator for the Federal Public Law Group (FPLG) will assist in client service, overseeing FPLG marketing/new business development initiatives, support FPLG professionals administrative needs, and administrate the Firm’s Political Action Committee.
The Institute for College Access & Success (TICAS) seeks a highly experienced senior policy analyst for its Washington, DC office. This position works with the organization’s leadership to identify, develop, and advance policies to increase college access, affordability, and success.
Project One America (POA) is the Human Rights Campaign’s program to provide in-depth and localized resources in targeted southern states to improve the daily lives of the LGBT community in areas, which have seen the fewest legal advancements to date, with a current focus on Alabama, Arkansas and Mississippi. The Director of Project One America will set goals and strategy, develop tactics and oversee the execution of HRC’s Project One America.
Reporting to the Sr. Vice President for Government Relations, the incumbent is responsible for providing leadership and managerial support to the departments reporting to the Sr. Vice President for Government Relations including State Government Relations, Federal Government Relations and a legislative analysis group. The Chief of Staff is also responsible for supporting, in collaboration with the Sr. Vice President, policy development led by other senior leaders in the Office of the President and related legislative policy and government relation strategy development and implementation. The incumbent is responsible for working under the guidance of the Sr. Vice President to provide leadership and support to the Government Relations functions across the University of California campuses, Medical Centers and other UC locations.
Local Motors combines co-creation and micro-manufacturing to bring hardware innovations to market at unprecedented spreed. This position is responsible for managing an assigned portfolio of complex written grant and contract proposals, using knowledge of grant and contract management, technical expertise, project finance tools, analytical rigor, and strong communication skills.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) seeks a Regional Outreach Director to promote pro-Israel advocacy among African Americans in the Midwest Region. The position will be based in AIPAC's Midwest Regional Office in Chicago, IL, but requires an introductory period in AIPAC's Washington, DC headquarters.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) seeks a Regional Political Director based in Chicago, IL, to oversee pro-Israel political activity. 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 Mid-Atlantic Regional Political Director based in Baltimore, MD, to oversee pro-Israel political activity throughout the Mid-Atlantic States (from Northern Virginia to central New Jersey). 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.
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.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) seeks a Southern Pacific Deputy Political Director based in Los Angeles to assist with the implementation of AIPAC’s political goals and objectives. The region includes 43 congressional districts across 4 states. The Deputy Regional Political Director will report to the Regional Political Director.
Working closely with the Mid-Atlantic Regional Director, the Deputy Director is responsible for the day to day management and operations of the Mid-Atlantic Region and directly, or indirectly, oversees the regional professional and support staff.
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 Sr. Progressive Policy Analyst will assist with the department’s outreach to progressives in Congress and the wider policy community. Reports to Assistant Director of Policy and Government Affairs/Director of Strategic Engagement and works under the general supervision of Deputy Director and Policy and Government Affairs Director(s).
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 Assistant Director for Communications of Policy and Government Affairs is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive communications strategy covering AIPAC’s policy and legislative agenda. The Director will oversee the production of materials for Congress and the Executive Branch.
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.
CTIA is seeking a Director of State Regulatory & External Affairs who will represent CTIA before various state government bodies and representative organizations, and draft legal and policy documents as needed. . The Director is responsible for all state regulatory filings at state PUCs, PSCs, etc. on behalf of CTIA. The Director will lead CTIA’s engagement with organizations representing public safety, online safety and individuals with disabilities, among others.
Advocacy Campaign Director for fast-paced boutique public affairs firm to manage and contribute to campaigns focusing on all aspects of telecommunications policy. Ideal candidate will have deep familiarity with recent policy developments in the industry, including open Internet rules, competition issues, and consumer technologies/products, as well as excellent writing skills and the ability to grasp complex policy issues quickly and explain them in plain language.
The Hill seeks an Account Executive for our Advertising & Event teams. In this role, you will be interacting with advocacy and corporate partners as they leverage The Hill’s media platforms -- digital, print, events, and more -- to communicate with our readers.
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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