Saturday, April 3, 2010

US Vacancies Bulletin -- March 31st, 2010

Dear Subscriber,

Welcome to March's final bulletin - five excellent positions for you this week. If you have any jobs you would like to advertise, or events you would like our 20,000 strong readership to know about, do get in touch by emailing us at

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

College of American Pathologists
Legislative Assistant, Federal Affairs
Washington, DC
Competitive salary

"Reporting to the Director of Federal Legislative Affairs, the Legislative Assistant will be responsible for providing grassroots and political program support to the Federal Affairs team. This includes serving as primary liaison for members of the CAP's pathology advocacy network (PathNET), providing direct support to grassroots participants and state pathology societies on federal issues impacting pathology."

Center for American Progress
Senior Government Affairs Manager
Washington, DC
Salary details on request

"The Senior Government Affairs Manager will be responsible for liaison efforts with both Congress and the administration on the range of issues covered by the Enough Project and building support for Enough's policy priorities and initiatives. This will also include close coordination with the Government Affairs team at the Center for American Progress."

ASHA-- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Director, Political Advocacy
Rockville, MD
Salary details on request

"National professional association seeks an individual to advance the public policy objectives of the Association by coordinating the activities of the political action committee, arranging opportunities for Association members to interact with their legislators, and pursuing lobbying activities that will lead to beneficial policy outcomes."

Organization for International Investments
Vice President, Government Affairs
Washington, DC
Salary details on request

"This position, which reports directly to the President & CEO, is responsible for coordinating and leading the association's advocacy campaigns. The VP, Government Affairs works to educate policymakers on the benefits of international investment, monitors and analyzes political and policy developments affecting organizational priorities and communicates these matters to the organization's corporate membership."

National Breast Cancer Coalition
Director of Government Relations
Washington, DC
Salary details on request
"You will be involved in assisting in lobbying efforts on the federal and state level and in developing and strengthening relationships with federal and state policy makers, creating educational materials and programs dealing with political strategy for the grassroots board and network, and developing strategies to turn programs and positions into viable federal and state policy."

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