HOUSE GOP JOB LIST
August 9, 2010
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Legislative Assistant – Congressman Kevin Brady is seeking an experienced legislative assistant to handle healthcare, Social Security and other issues. Strong writing skills, creativity, and minimum two years legislative experience required. Texas ties a plus. Email resume, references and writing samples to: email@example.com No calls or drop-ins please.
Deputy Press Secretary – Congressman Kevin Brady is seeking a D.C.-based Deputy Press Secretary. Candidates should have experience in a press-related position or a strong journalism/media background. Must be a self-starter, have new-media savvy, the ability to think creatively, and able to work long hours under pressure in order to respond quickly to deadlines and media opportunities. Candidates must have outstanding writing skills. Duties include: drafting press releases, statements, and newsletters; developing national and state media outreach strategies; providing content for and managing the website; managing new-media presence; building relationships with Texas and national media; manage daily press clips and other duties as assigned. Texas ties a plus. Email resume, references and writing samples to: firstname.lastname@example.org No calls or drop-ins please.
Intern - The congressional office for New Jersey District 2 (NJ-02) seeks applicants for an intern position in the DC office for the fall 2010 semester, beginning in late August and going through December. The ideal candidate will call New Jersey their home and possess an interest in politics. Current students and recent graduates are welcome to apply. A strong writing background is preferred. Our interns assist staff with giving tours of the Capitol, answering phones, data entry, sorting mail and general clerical duties. They will also occasionally attend public hearings or briefings and can conduct research for legislative staff. This is a good opportunity to see how a congressional office works. Additionally, interns will gain professional office experience useful for future career choices. Applicants must be available at a least two to three full days per week. Please email your resume and cover letter to NJ02Fall2010@mail.house.gov.