Thursday, November 11, 2010

House GOP Jobs List - November 11th, 2010

House GOP Jobs List

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November 11, 2010

Various positions (new Member) - Congressman-elect Chip Cravaack seeks well-rounded candidates for various positions. A minimum of 1 year experience on Capitol Hill is required for staff positions - no Hill experience required for intern positions. Candidates must be confident, organized, highly motivated, self-directed, and possess excellent people skills. The office environment is fast paced, and will be very demanding - this requires someone used to working under pressure and managing multiple assignments simultaneously. Applicants should submit a 1-page resume detailing experience and specifically list desired position. One page cover letter should also be included addressing applicant's skills, experience on Capitol Hill, and ties to Minnesota. Ties to Northern Minnesota a significant plus. Resumes should be sent to with applicants first and last name in the subject line as well as the position  Please no calls. 

Legislative Correspondent/Website Management – Northeast Republican House Member seeks extremely organized individual with exceptional writing skills to manage constituent correspondence operation.  Applicant must have strong IT experience and skills to manage active Congressional website.  Send resume and cover letter to Absolutely no phone calls.

Winter/Spring Internship – Republican Congressman Lee Terry (NE-02) seeks an intern to work in his Washington, D.C. office. The ideal candidate will have immediate availability, though students unable to begin until January will be considered. A qualified applicant must have Nebraska ties. This position will provide the opportunity to attend committee hearings, conduct research for legislative staff, and experience all aspects of work in a congressional office. Administrative duties will include answering the phone, sorting mail and other tasks as assigned. The start date and hours are flexible. A candidate should be a currently enrolled undergraduate student or recent college graduate, and may apply by sending his or her cover letter, resume and one brief writing sample to

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