Wednesday, March 24, 2010

US Vacancies Bulletin -- March 24th, 2010

Dear Subscriber,

Well, after a quiet week last week, we're back up to our full complement of five fantastic US-based positions for you this Wednesday.

There's plenty more worth a look at on the Public Affairs Links site, so don't forget to keep checking for the daily updates.

Enjoy the bulletin!

Andrew Greenway, Editor

American Society of Nephrology
Policy Analyst
Washington, DC
Competitive salary

"The American Society of Nephrology-the world's largest organization dedicated to the study and treatment of kidney disease-seeks a policy analyst to administer the Society's legislative and advocacy program related to kidney disease research and related issues. In coordination with the Director of Policy and Public Affairs, the policy analyst will manage efforts directed at increasing support for kidney disease research."

The Joint Commission
Associate Director, Federal Relations
Washington, DC
Salary details on request

"At the Joint Commission, we aspire to continually advance the safety and quality of health care. We accredit organizations and programs that adhere to our national consensus-based standards, which are developed in collaboration with many experts and key stakeholders to ensure their relevancy. We invite you to join our team committed to quality."

Professional Services Council
Manager of Legislative Affairs
Arlington, VA
Salary commensurate with experience

"Position entails extensive Congressional relations and related activities, including issue analysis and briefing paper development, management of relationships with Hill contacts, and targeted outreach and communications. Additional responsibilities include development of association member outreach and education initiatives, and coordination of policy activities with association's advocacy team."

Assistant Director, Federal Affairs
Alexandria, VA
Salary details on request

"The Assistant Director assists with implementation of the Academy's federal legislative and regulatory affairs program to secure enactment of favorable laws and regulations that promote optimal patient access to the quality medical care provided by physician assistants and that advance public health and other health policies adopted by the AAPA House of Delegates."

Conference of State Bank Supervisors
Policy Director
Washington, DC
Competitive salary
"Conference of State Bank Supervisors is immediately seeking a Policy Director who will work on state and federal mortgage licensing/registration and supervision issues to forge the policies necessary to advance the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry (NMLS) as the foundation for a new model of financial services oversight."

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