Regional Political Director

Join the AMA team as the Regional Political Director in our Advocacy group.  As part of the team, you will further the legislative goals of the AMA by providing grassroots and political support to the Federation and by enhancing the profile of the AMA through fundraisers and events for Members of Congress and other federal candidates.

Conflicts Analyst

The Conflicts Analyst works closely with firm attorneys and the Director of Litigation Operations & Innovation in connection with the review of new matters to identify and facilitate the resolution of potential conflicts in accordance with General Counsel policy.

Vice President, Government Relations

The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) currently has an opening for a Vice President, Government Relations. CRN is the leading trade association representing dietary supplement and functional food manufacturers and ingredient suppliers.

ASSISTANT PRODUCER - EVENTS

The Hill’s events team is seeking an Assistant Producer for its growing events portfolio. The Assistant Producer will be working closely with the Executive Producer to develop content and lead speaker recruitment for policy briefings, social engagements, and other events for our advocacy and corporate clients.

Director, Advocacy & Media Outreach

The Director of Advocacy and Media Outreach’s primary mission is to assume lead responsibility for developing and mobilizing NAFSA’s advocates for effective advocacy action on behalf of our public policy objectives.

Practice Head, United States (Washington)

Eurasia Group, an independent political risk consultancy, is seeking an experienced and motivated analyst to help interpret and predict Washington political events for financial market and corporate clients. You will be based in the firm's Washington office.

Senior Counsel, Legislative Policy and Legal Affairs

The Senior Counsel primarily will be responsible for developing and implementing the organization’s strategy relating to federal legislative initiatives and advocacy concerning issues that align with and support NCMEC’s mission and policy agenda at the federal level.

Advocacy Account Executive

i360 is seeking an Advocacy Account Executive to build strong relationships and drive client success with its Nonprofit & Advocacy Teams. The ideal candidate is someone who has prior campaign experience, nonprofit issue advocacy experience, and/or PAC experience, and has worked with diverse datasets and technologies.

Chief Policy Officer

The Chief Policy Officer (CPO) serves as a member of DU’s Executive Leadership Team. Reporting to DU’s Chief Operating Officer, Nick Wiley, the CPO will work closely with DU’s CEO Adam Putnam, and the entire DU Leadership Team. The CPO will also serve as the primary liaison to DU’s Board Public Policy Committee.

REGIONAL ADVOCACY DIRECTOR

The Regional Advocacy Director is responsible for providing hands-on strategic and tactical support to tobacco control campaigns and coalitions on legislative, ballot and/or regulatory issues at the local and state levels. This position, based in Boston or another northeast US metro area, supports selected city and state campaigns and coalitions in the eastern US and reports to the Vice President, State Advocacy.

Senior Director of Strategic Communications

The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids is seeking a Senior Director of Strategic Communications to lead the development and implementation of integrated communications campaigns as part of advocacy efforts promoting the adoption of public policies to reverse the youth e-cigarette epidemic.

Special Assistant to the President

The Washington Center (TWC) is currently seeking a highly motivated, detail-oriented Special Assistant to the President who is passionate about gaining insight into leading a high-performing, high-impact nonprofit organization. In this role, you’ll provide a high level of project and administrative support to TWC’s President. Successful execution of this position requires strategic thinking, flexibility, a keen attention to detail, excellent technology skills, strong verbal and written communication abilities and effective time management strength.

MANAGER FOR DEVELOPMENT

The Manager for Development will identify, solicit, secure and steward financial and in-kind support for TAPS from individuals, corporations and foundations as well as researching and securing co-branding/cause marketing partnerships to benefit TAPS.

The Deputy Executive Director (DED) of Public Policy

The Deputy Executive Director (DED) of Public Policy provides strategic leadership for the department and is responsible for the overall design and management of a public policy and public affairs strategy that supports NAFSA’s goals of influencing public policy related to international education. This position helps manage department and association operations, as well as playing a lead role in crafting the association’s communication strategy and public positioning. The DED directly supervises a Senior Director of Public Policy and Legislative Strategy and a Senior Director of Media Relations and Advocacy and provides guidance for a talented team of approximately seven individuals.

Federal Affairs Manager

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), a membership organization dedicated to the advancement of women's health care in Washington, DC, is currently seeking a Federal Affairs Manager to advance ACOG's women's health policy priorities and be responsive to ACOG fellow needs by influencing, advising and consulting with Members of Congress and their staff, Federal agencies, Medical Societies, and other Health organizations.

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