Federal Affairs Administrative Assistant

Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, a global law firm, is actively recruiting a Federal Affairs Administrative Assistant to provide administrative support to the Federal Government Relations practice in the Washington, DC office. This position maintains daily and long-term schedules, as well as acts as liaison for the team with both internal and external clients. Schedules appointments with Congressional staff and clients.

Communications Program Manager

ConwayStrategic is seeking a Communications Program Manager to support communications and public affairs projects for progressive clients. The successful candidate will have media relations experience, as well as strong research and writing skills.

Staff Assistant, Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations, DC - FEATURED JOB

Serves as Staff Assistant for the Office of Government Relations, a stand-alone remote office of DFMS located in Washington, D.C. Provides administrative support for critical office functions, including procuring office supplies, facilitating travel arrangements, ensuring functional IT for office, coordinating events, scheduling, attending and taking minutes at meetings, ensuring the Office functions on a day-to-day level, and other administrative tasks. Codes and sends out weekly Action Alert emails to the Episcopal Public Policy Network and assists with basic website management and social media. 

Director, Government Relations – Federal Affairs

Responsible for the development, implementation and management of effective pesticide policy, legislative and political strategy in support of CropLife America (CLA) priorities, including matters that impact all aspects of the crop protection industry. Manages government relations activities for CLA related to the legislative and executive branches of the federal government. 

Federal Outreach and Advocacy Manager

The Federal Outreach and Advocacy Manager will primarily be responsible for overseeing outreach, grassroots, and engagement activities at the Federal Level and in the DC Metro Area including expanding CBF’s outreach and engagement efforts in communities in the DC Metro area that experience the negative impacts of environmental justice issues.

Washington, D.C. Communications Coordinator

The Washington Communications Coordinator will work in CBF’s Washington DC office alongside the CBF’s Executive Director, Federal Outreach & Advocacy Manager and Federal Policy & Legislative Manager. And will be required to travel to CBF’s HQ in Annapolis occasionally.

Director, Global Child Health Advocacy

The Director of Global Child Health Advocacy will lobby, promote, and represent the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) to the U.S. Congress and Administration, global health entities, and the public on global child health policy affecting infants, children, adolescents, and pediatricians. This individual will advocate to promote global child health before the U.S. Congress and Executive Branch agencies, plus collaborate with and provide leadership within internal and external stakeholders to advance AAP public policy, legislative, and advocacy goals related to global child health.

Executive Assistant

You are a valued business partner who takes pride in understanding your principal’s business portfolio. Strong in your ability to identify and anticipate needs, you understand that success or failure is determined by thoughtfulness and willingness to execute. As a strategic thinker, you connect task management to organizational priorities with a high degree of confidentiality, sense of urgency, and customer-focus.

Communications Strategist, Arlington, VA

We have an immediate opportunity for a Communications Strategist to support the executive planning and strategy of one of our U.S. Navy clients. As a critical member of this strategic communications team, this person will work in a highly visible environment focusing on communications strategy and alignment, media monitoring and message development and delivery. A successful candidate is creative, fast on their feet, and self-driven.

Megaphone is looking for a talented senior communications professional to join our team!

Megaphone is a not-for-profit social justice PR firm. Our mission is to use PR as a tool to diversify the media and politics. We partner with frontline communities, political campaigns, and impactful social justice groups to break through and win on a range of progressive issues. Our team reflects the movement we are trying to build and support: we are a small but mighty group of women of color, queer folks, and people with disabilities. Director or Senior Director is a full-time position based in Washington, DC.

Megaphone is looking for a new partner!

We are looking for a Partner to lead Megaphone alongside our existing leadership team, which is comprised of one full time partner and two remote senior advisors. This is a full-time position based in Washington, DC.

Executive Assistant

The Executive Assistant reports to Ash Carter, former United States Secretary of Defense and the current Director of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard Kennedy School. With minimal supervision, the Executive Assistant will provide a high level of administrative and logistical support.

Policy Analyst

The Policy Analyst will play a critical role in our advocacy work by making sure that companies prioritize safety, fairness, and honesty; by working to establish strong pro-consumer policies and protections; and by listening to people and empowering them to raise their voices to create change.

ATTORNEY-ADVISOR JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Serve as an attorney with limited supervision while gathering factual information, conducting legal and policy analysis, and providing legal expertise to the Board in complex investigations and/or reviews.
 Prepare memoranda and make appropriate recommendations to the Board.


FEDERAL GOVERNMENT RELATIONS ASSOCIATE

Government relations firm located on Capitol Hill seeks candidate to represent public sector clients before Congress and federal agencies. Advocacy issues include transportation, public safety, water, economic development, housing and aviation. A minimum of three-years work experience in Congress or with a trade association required. 

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