Tuesday, January 17, 2012

US Public Affairs Vacancies -- January 17th, 2012

This is the Public Affairs Links US vacancies page (http://www.publicaffairslinks.co.uk/vacancies_us.html). 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 editor@publicaffairslinks.co.uk.

Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety
Director of Communications
Washington, DC
Salary commensurate with experience

"Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety is seeking a Director of Communications to be responsible for Advocates' communications and media program. It is a highly successful organization whose views are sought out by national and local media on a multitude of topics related to safer cars, safer drivers and safer roads. The position reports to the President and Vice President and requires working with all other staff members."

American Institute of Architects
Manager, Federal Relations
Washington, DC
Salary details on request

"This position assists the Sr. Director, Federal Relations in planning, coordinating and implementing the AIA's federal legislative and regulatory agenda and programs and representing the AIA before members of Congress, Congressional and Executive Branch staff and officials. The incumbent will exercise significant discretion and independent judgment regarding matters of legislative significance to AIA members."

American Public Health Association
Policy Associate - Affiliate Affairs
Washington, DC
Salary details on request

"Responsibilities will include: engaging APHA's Affiliates in federal and state advocacy activities in coordination with the APHA Government Relations unit, providing support and policy research utilizing APHA resources to Affiliates, and assisting the Director of Affiliate Affairs with the planning, implementation and coordination of National Public Health Week."

International Association of Fire Chiefs
Government Relations Manager
Fairfax, VA
Salary details on request

"Key responsibilities for this position include monitoring pertinent federal legislative and regulatory activities that impact the fire service; developing strategies, position papers and Congressional testimony; making the association's views known to legislators, policymakers, and regulators at all levels of the federal government; and covering public and media activities relating to key fire service legislative and regulatory issues."

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