Friday, December 3, 2010

House GOP Vacancies 12/2/10

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December 2, 2010

Executive Assistant/Scheduler – The office of Congressman Jim Gerlach is currently accepting applications from qualified candidates for an Executive Assistant/Scheduler position in the Washington, DC office. Responsibilities include scheduling DC meetings and events for the Congressman; processing executive correspondence; managing office internship program; and assisting with other duties as assigned.  Required skills: This is an extremely demanding position that requires someone used to working under pressure and managing multiple assignments simultaneously. Previous administrative experience and familiarity with the role is required. Candidates must be confident, meticulously organized, highly motivated, and possess excellent people skills.  Desirable skills: Pennsylvania ties and full-time Hill experience are a plus.  Please email a resume and cover letter that demonstrate required experience to:  Please include salary requirements.  No phone calls or drop-ins.

Legislative Director - Conservative Republican is looking for a Legislative Director to lead legislative staff, manage constituent correspondence system and handle the budget and health care portfolios. Successful candidate will have a proven proactive record, knowledge of budget and health care issues and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Previous management experience preferred but is not a requirement.  Please send resume and cover letter noting your proven proactive successes to All submissions will be kept confidential.

Spring Interns - Senator Scott Brown seeks highly motivated students for full- and part-time unpaid internships during the Spring Semester. Undergraduate and Graduate students are welcome to apply. Massachusetts ties are preferred. Responsibilities include administrative tasks, constituent correspondence, answering phone lines, and giving Capitol tours. Minimum 15 hours per week.  To apply, please visit

Interns - Texas Congressman is looking for full time, unpaid Winter/Spring interns. Internships will last start in January and last through the end of Spring/beginning of Summer.  Interns in the Washington, D.C. office will be responsible for assisting with general office duties (answering phones, passing out mail, distributing faxes), and assisting legislative staff with research and writing. Performing constituent services (scheduling tours, processing flag requests, and legislative correspondence) will also be an integral part of each internship. Interns will be encouraged to attend hearings, briefings, and other Congressional proceedings. Additional duties are available and will be assigned according to an intern’s interest and ability.  Must be highly motivated, self-starter, detail oriented, possess excellent organizational and communication skills, a strong work ethic, a positive attitude and will have the ability to manage multiple tasks on a deadline. Texas ties are preferred but are not required.  Please email resume and cover letter to with "Internship" in the email subject line. No phone calls please.

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