Happy Friday, Flack!
Hope you are well. Just in case you are scouting out a new challenge, here are four great D.C. job opportunities for ya:
1. Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, Communications Director
Fight Crime seeks a dynamic and creative Communications Director to be responsible for creating and implementing a communications strategy producing measurable results. The Communications Director will supervise the national communications staff and provide guidance to state offices. As a part of the senior management team, the Communications Director will play a key role in crafting messages that define the organization's mission and help achieve its goals. At least five years paid professional experience in media or public relations in a management capacity is required. Apply by emailing your cover letter, resume and writing sample to [address removed].
2. Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, Communications Assistant
Fight Crime seeks a creative and highly organized individual to join the Communications Department. Candidates for the position must be self-starters with excellent writing, proofreading and organizational skills plus an understanding of media and public relations. Website content management experience along with knowledge of social media networking sites and software is desired. At least one year of paid professional experience in media or public relations is required. Apply by emailing your cover letter, resume and writing sample to [address removed].
3. Boutique D.C.-based PR agency, Executive Vice President
The agency is growing rapidly; even in this downturn they have doubled their employees and increased revenues by 40%. They are doing creative and conceptual work, very top-level strategy. Those with entrepreneurial spirits do well with this company. This person will lead a new division for the company. They are looking for someone with strong management, strategy and business development skills. Learn more and apply by contacting Paradigm Staffing
4. The Pew Charitable Trusts, Officer, Video and Graphic Production, Communications
This person will be part of Pew?s interdisciplinary content team and oversee film and video projects for The Pew Charitable Trusts. This individual will develop original videos and create a library of footage and still images as well. Pew?s organizational goal is to increase the use of multimedia to highlight the organization?s programmatic work and increase understanding of Pew as a whole. A minimum of eight years video production experience is required. Learn more and apply here
Good luck and Happy Holidays! Oh, and don't forget to RSVP for our next happy hour
on January 13.