Wednesday, September 22, 2010

House GOP Vacancies 9/23/10

September 23, 2010

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Military Legislative Assistant – A Republican Member of the House Armed Service Committee and Veterans’ Affairs Committee seeks a Military Legislative Assistant to handle his military and veterans’ affairs portfolio.  Primary responsibilities include preparing member for committee hearings/briefings/mark-ups and floor activities, developing and managing legislative initiatives, tracking legislation, constituent correspondence, and representing the Member in meetings with interested parties.  Candidate must be a team player and a self-starter willing to work in a fast-paced environment.  Candidates must have prior experience as a military legislative assistant and/or military service.  Colorado ties a plus.  Applicant Instructions:  Please e-mail resume, references and cover letter to   

Scheduling Intern - Senator Scott Brown’s Washington D.C. office is immediately seeking a full-time intern to serve in the scheduling department. Candidates must have excellent people skills and must be courteous, detail-oriented, extremely organized and committed to confidentiality at all times. Previous scheduling experience or Massachusetts ties are strongly preferred but not required. This internship is unpaid, and applicants should be available through December. Please send resume and cover letter to with “Scheduling Internship” in the subject line.

Fall interns - Congressman Gus Bilirakis (FL-09) is currently accepting applications from current college students or recent college graduates wishing to gain experience in a fast-paced office for a full-time or part-time fall semester internship. We are seeking applicants with strong organizational and interpersonal skills, and a high degree of professionalism. In addition to supporting the legislative and administrative staff with day-to-day activities, interns will conduct Capitol tours, attend legislative briefings, assist with constituent calls and requests, process incoming mail, and conduct legislative research. The internship is unpaid, but students will have an opportunity to earn college credit and gain valuable Capitol Hill experience. Florida and district ties are preferred but not required.  Interested applicants should e-mail a resume and cover letter to with ‘Fall Internship’ in the subject. No Calls, Faxes or Drop-Ins.

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