Wednesday, October 12, 2011

US Public Affairs Vacancies -- October 12th, 2011

This is the Public Affairs Links US vacancies page ( It is updated regularly with all the internships, entry-level and senior positions available in the lobbying industry. If you would like to submit a vacancy to the site, please contact

Communications Manager
Arlington, VA
Competitive salary

"Are you a great writer? Do you have the ability to juggle multiple projects simultaneously? Are you a good at pitching stories to media? Can you work at a fast pace with enthusiasm and energy? The National Telecommunications Cooperative Association industry is a seeking a communications manager with these qualities and skills."

National Campaigns Vice President
Washington, DC / New York
Competitive salary

"BerlinRosen's national public affairs team is seeking a vice president to be located in either New York or Washington, D.C. BerlinRosen develops and executes hard-hitting strategic communications campaigns for national progressive and public interest organizations including many of America's leading unions, philanthropies and advocacy organizations."

DDC Advocacy
Compliance Manager, PAC Services
Washington, DC
Competitive salary

"DDC Advocacy is currently searching for a Compliance Manager to join our PAC Services Department. The primary function of this position is to directly assist clients in the administration of their PACs. Any candidate must have at least three years experience in preparing campaign disclosure reports for political action committees at the federal and state levels."

Government Relations Analyst
Washington, DC
Competitive salary

"The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) currently has an opening for a Government Relations Analyst II in its Executive Office in Washington, D.C. As the primary government relations liaison to the NAIC's Property and Casualty (C) Committee, this person will develop expertise in the regulation of related business including homeowner's, flood, captives, surplus lines, catastrophe, terrorism risk, crop, and risk retention groups."

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