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                                                            Jobs List
New Jobs!............................................................................................................................ 1
The Heritage Foundation .................................................................................................... 8
Accounting/Finance ............................................................................................................ 9
Attorney ............................................................................................................................ 10
Communications ............................................................................................................... 11
Development ..................................................................................................................... 22
Education .......................................................................................................................... 29
Hill .................................................................................................................................... 31
Government Affairs/Trade Associations .......................................................................... 38
Non-Profit Policy Organizations....................................................................................... 41
Other Non-Profit Organizations........................................................................................ 59
Private Sector .................................................................................................................... 59
Web and IT ....................................................................................................................... 61
Fellowships ....................................................................................................................... 61
Internships ......................................................................................................................... 62


New Jobs!

NEW JOB!
Washington Legal Foundation – Marketing & Communications Assistant

     Description: Washington Legal Foundation is seeking a permanent, full-time
     Marketing and Communications Assistant. Applicants must have experience
     with the Raiser’s Edge system. The Marketing and Communications Assistant
     will be responsible for online communications, web-site updating,
     maintaining donor relationships, and general office administration. Please
     send cover letter and resume to: Constance C. Larcher, President and
     Executive Director at clarcher@wlf.org. Added 04/24/12.




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NEW JOB!
Ethics and Public Policy Center – Research and Digital Media Specialist,
American Religious Freedom Program

   Description: Responsible for assisting program directors’ development of
   overall digital media strategy and for executing that strategy. Creates short-
   and medium-form products – including op-eds, article summaries, fact
   sheets, blog posts and other web content, press releases, and tweets – that
   require little editing. Improves and maintains website and social media
   presence, and manages day-to-day work of web developers, social media
   consultants, and similar vendors. Conducts short research projects for
   directors. Manages program data. Supports all press and media activities.
   Develops and implements digital media strategy for events. Must be a
   results-oriented team player with excellent relational and communication
   skills. Ideal candidates will have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent and 2-5
   years of relevant experience. Send cover letter, resume, and writing samples
   to info@religiousfreedom.org with the subject line “Research/Digital Media
   Specialist.” Added 04/24/12.

NEW JOB!
POLITICO – Design Director

   Description: POLITICO is seeking a Design Director for our publications. The
   ideal candidate will be a strong print designer with a keen interest in politics,
   and someone who is able to inspire a team to create striking pages for our
   newspaper, glossy magazines and special sections. Qualifications: The
   Design Director must have at least five years experience in print journalism
   design, be an excellent communicator and be eager to work in a fast-paced
   environment. Proficiency in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop are
   required. Experience in Web design and interactive graphics is a plus. This
   position will include some Sunday shifts. To apply: Please send a brief cover
   letter, résumé and samples of your work to employment@politico.com ,
   subject line: Design Director. Added 04/24/12.

NEW JOB!
American Tradition Institute – Development Manager

   Description: The American Tradition Institute (ATI), a 501(c)3 nonprofit
   focused on promoting free-market environmentalism, is looking for a
   Development Manager. The Development Manager will be responsible for


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   executing the development plan, including identifying and researching
   potential donors, writing donor correspondence and grant proposals,
   arranging meetings for senior leadership with donors and prospects, keeping
   accurate records on all donors, submitting proposals to foundations and
   businesses, and other duties. The Development Manager will report to the
   organization’s President, Executive Director, and development consultant.
   This is an opportunity with significant potential for career development and
   advancement. The ideal candidate for this position will have 2 -4 years of
   prior full-time development experience, in either the nonprofit or political
   world. Familiarity with fundraising, contact management, and donor
   research software such as FoundationSearch, Raiser’s Edge, DonorPerfect,
   Wealth Engine, ACT!, or similar programs is a plus. The candidate should be
   an excellent writer, detail-oriented, well-organized, capable of understanding
   and explaining free-market environmentalism and be an excellent
   communicator. The position will work in downtown Washington, DC.
   Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and the names of 3
   references to sean@impactpolicymanagement.com. Added 04/24/12.

NEW JOB!
Edelman – Vice President, Government

   Description: The vice president must have at least eight years of relevant
   experience in public relations and/or related fields including research,
   advertising, management consulting, media and publishing. Requirements:
   The Vice President must have extensive experience in the government
   contracting and/or agency arena with communications. The VP should have
   an in-depth understanding of the government healthcare space, and be
   proficient as a communications counselor for the clients with a working
   knowledge of traditional and non-traditional media. S/he must also have
   experience working with advocacy organizations. Both agency and
   government experience is a plus. A demonstrated track record of developing
   and executing successful public relations strategies and programs is critical.
   Must also be entrepreneurial in spirit and have the interest and capability to
   manage ambiguous situations. In addition, the VP should have excellent
   communication skills, a strong sense of self as well as confidence in his or her
   abilities to provide sound counsel and recommendations on how the business
   is operated. S/he must believe in his/her convictions and be able to support
   opinions and recommendations with substantive arguments. S/he must have
   a team player attitude, possess strong leadership qualities and capable of
   effectively managing a team. Apply Online:


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   http://www.edelman.com/careers/want_to_join_us/career_opportunities/secu
   re/index.asp

NEW JOB!
Conservative Kansas House Member – Legislative Assistant

   Description: Conservative Kansas House Member looking for a Legislative
   Aide/Assistant to cover Agriculture, Veteran, Life/family, and guns (among
   other issues). Strong Kansas ties is required. Prior Hill experience is a plus.
   Strong communications skills and positive attitude required. please send
   resume to KSLegDirector@gmail.com.

NEW JOB!
Congressman Tim Griffin (AR-02) – Scheduler/ Office Manager

   Description: Congressman Tim Griffin of Arkansas is seeking a Scheduler /
   Office Manager to serve in his Washington office. Ideal candidates have prior
   scheduling experience, excellent organizational skills, a keen attention to
   detail, and the poise needed to effectively manage the Member's schedule in a
   dynamic and fast-paced environment. Primary responsibilities include:
   developing and managing the Member's schedule both in Washington and in
   Arkansas, coordinating his travel, and ensuring front office operations run
   smoothly. A willingness to work hours as needed by the office is important,
   as is a friendly, professional attitude. Ties to Arkansas are a plus. Please send
   a resume, cover letter, and list of references to AR02jobs@gmail.com with
   "Scheduler" in the subject line. No calls or drop-ins. Added 04/24/12.

NEW JOB!
American Bakers Association – Meetings Registrar

   Description: The American Bakers Association seeks an organized,
   motivated, self-starter for its Meetings Registrar opportunity, and to provide
   administrative and technical support to the Membership Services
   Department. Excellent written, verbal and computer skills required. The
   successful candidate will have proficiency in Microsoft Office including
   PowerPoint, database software, as well as scheduling and meeting planning
   skills. Skills in desktop publishing such as Publisher and/or InDesign highly
   desirable. A college degree is required, journalism a plus. Association
   experience, membership database, cvent experience a plus. We offer
   competitive compensation, flexible work hours and a collaborative work


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   environment. Salary range commensurate with experience. Please e-mail
   resume in pdf or Word format with salary history and expectations to
   hr@americanbakers.org. Only submissions with salary history and
   expectations will be considered. EOE. Added 04/24/12.

NEW JOB!
US Chamber of Commerce – Program Coordinator, Europe and Eurasia

   Description: Provide research, writing, and administrative support to the
   Europe & Eurasia team of the International Division. Requirements:
   Bachelor’s degree in international affairs, economics, political science,
   business, or related field; 2+ year’s related experience dealing in international
   affairs or trade; an understanding of U.S. EU economic and business issues,
   regional customs, and business practices; excellent administrative,
   organizational, and verbal and written communications skills; ability to
   collaborate successfully with internal and external organizations and interact
   effectively with senior corporate executives; proficiency with Microsoft Office
   Suite; and the flexibility to travel. Foreign language skills a plus. Apply
   online: http://www.uschamber.com/careers. Added 04/24/12.

NEW JOB!
Freedomworks - Activist Relations Coordinator

   Description: Working closely with the Director of Web and Technology, the
   Activist Relations Coordinator will assist all FreedomWorks departments
   with day-to-day communication and technical support for members and
   activists. Requirements: Proven commitment to free market principles.
   Genuine interest in social media and online activism. Experience with
   customer relations or grassroots activism. Microsoft Office skills: Excel, Word
   and PowerPoint. Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
   Presentation skills and ability to convey data are required. Exceptional
   interpersonal skills and ability to operate in a collaborative, cross-functional
   environment. Excellent judgment and ability to make recommendations and
   decisions. Proven ability to prioritize changing workloads, and capable of
   working independently as well as part of a team. Attention to detail and
   ability to recognize and flag issues. Excellent project management skills.
   Please e-mail a cover letter and resume to: careers@freedomworks.org.
   Added 04/24/12.

NEW JOB!


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Judicial Watch – Assistant to the Chief of Staff

   Description: The Assistant to the Chief of Staff position is the perfect entry-
   level position for a recent graduate interested in non-profit organizations.
   While this position reports to the Chief of Staff, this position will also work
   closely with the Controller. Responsibilities: The individual will provide
   support to the Chief of Staff and Controller and will work on special projects
   with other departments as needed. Responsibilities include, but are not
   limited to, the following activities: 1. Run the Intern Program 2. Recruit and
   interview new staff 3. Administer health and other benefit programs 4.
   Provide accounting support 5. Work with vendors to purchase and maintain
   office technology, phone systems, office equipment and office services 6.
   Organize and maintain human resource, personnel and payroll files 7. Assist
   fundraising and media departments with special events 8. Work with IT
   consultant 9. Provide administrative support to Chief of Staff and Controller
   10. Do what needs to be done to keep office services functioning smoothly 11.
   Special projects, as assigned. Judicial Watch provides full employer-funded
   health benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and prescription, a $50,000
   life insurance policy, and short and long term disability coverage.
   Additionally employees are eligible to participate in our 403(b) retirement
   and Metro SmartBenefits programs. To apply email cover letter and resume
   to Susan Prytherch, careers@judicialwatch.org. Added 04/24/12.

NEW JOB!
The American Spectator – Office Manager

   Description: The Office Manager will oversee all office duties for The
   American Spectator Foundation, which is responsible for publishing The
   American Spectator magazine and its daily online edition, www.spectator.org,
   providing Americans with news and commentary from a conservative
   perspective. The Foundation also trains young writers for careers in
   journalism. The ideal candidate will possess the following attributes:
   Minimum of three years of work experience, preferably in an administrative
   or operations role; knowledge of and experience with Quickbooks; and
   personable, organized, and self-motivated. Interested applicants should
   submit a résumé and cover letter - which explains the applicant’s
   philosophical interest in the mission of the organization and salary
   requirements - to Whitney Garrison Athayde at whitney@spectator.org.
   Added 04/24/12.



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NEW JOB!
Randstad US – Executive Administrative Assistant

   Description: Randstad US is seeking an energetic, articulate, and highly
   organized individual to provide primary high-level administrative support to
   the Executive Team of a highly respected and conservative consulting firm in
   Washington, DC. The Executive Administrative Assistant will play a critical
   role in ensuring smooth day-to-day operations for 4 demanding Executives.
   Primary Duties Include: Manage Calendars: Enter meetings in Outlook and
   set up conference calls. Coordinate timing and attendee availability. Update
   and edit calendar entries to ensure accurate information. Proactively resolve
   scheduling conflicts or issues. Brief executives on daily schedules to ensure
   preparation and notification of any travel or meetings/calls. Travel:
   Coordinate and schedule travel with travel agent. Proactively manage
   itineraries and any related issues. Expenses: Organize and submit expenses in
   a timely and accurate manner; Reconcile Credit Card Statements, etc.
   Meeting scheduling and preparation (gathering of materials, location
   confirmation, attendee details, etc.) Provide coverage and support across
   functions/personnel as need dictates. Manage general Qualifications: Must
   have 4-7 years of executive administrative support experience supporting
   multiple executives in a large firm. Must have a Bachelor’s degree. • Strong
   oral and written communication skills and editing and proof-reading skills.
   Ability to manage multiple demands and priorities, and negotiate timelines
   • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills; ability to maintain a
   high degree of professionalism in all circumstances. Ability to maintain high
   level of confidentiality. Administrative skills and advanced knowledge of
   computer applications (MS-Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook). For
   consideration, please email your resume to:
   gloria.salmeron@randstadusa.com. Added 04/24/12.

NEW JOB!
Conservative Congressman – Unpaid Interns

   Description: Conservative Congressman seeks interns; staggered start dates,
   positions available immediately. Start/stop dates are very flexible. Positions
   may involve constituent care and contact, press assignments,
   research/legislative assignments, giving tours of the Capitol, and assisting
   staff in a million incidental and unforeseeable ways. We try to match our
   needs to the Intern's interests and aptitudes. Appointees will gain valuable
   experience in House functions and learn first-hand how the hippest and most


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   dynamic office on The Hill operates. Conservatives with solid pro-life beliefs
   and strong work ethic will be a good fit. Candidates please send a letter of
   interest with resume, references, and some type of writing sample to
   HillInternship11@Gmail.com. Added 04/24/12.



The Heritage Foundation

The Heritage Foundation – Research Associate, Government Studies

   Description: The Research Associate’s primary responsibility will be assisting Government
   Studies fellows, management and staff in researching papers, examining issues and
   conducting individual projects. The Research Associate will also assist in organizing events,
   action teams, meetings and seminars when necessary. Additionally, the Research Associate
   will aid the Director and Vice President with special necessary administrative and policy
   tasks. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and 1-3 years of research and writing experience.
   For more information and to apply visit:
   http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs/fulltime/research-associate. Added 02/28/12.

The Heritage Foundation – Senior Policy Analyst in European Affairs

   Description: The Senior Policy Analyst in European Affairs is a research position requiring
   detailed knowledge of key aspects of the transatlantic relationship. The Analyst should have
   extensive knowledge of US-European relations, as well as political and economic
   developments in Western, Eastern and Central Europe, including in major European nations
   such as Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Poland. Areas of focus for the Senior Policy
   Analyst will also include United States policy toward the European Union and the European
   Project, the impact of European integration on American interests, the future of NATO, US-
   European cooperation in the War on Terror, and US-European trade issues. The Analyst have
   strong professional and academic credentials, considerable professional experience, and be
   capable of representing the Foundation in all major professional forums and settings,
   including conferences, Congressional hearings and public speaking. Requirements: MA (or
   higher) in relevant field and 5-8 years experience in public policy or academia. Apply online
   at http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs/fulltime/senior-policy-analyst-in-european-affairs.
   Added 03/09/12.

The Heritage Foundation – Executive Assistant, Government Studies

   Description: The Executive Assistant to the Vice President is responsible for clerical and
   administrative support for the Vice President of Government Studies and to provide support
   to the rest of the department with respect to the department’s budget, weekly and quarterly
   reports, and logistical support for various Government Studies events and meetings. The
   Assistant also is expected to conduct research for the Vice President with respect to his
   weekly op-eds, media appearances, and speaking engagements. Requirements: 2 – 5 years
   of secretarial or administrative experience. For more information and to apply visit:
   http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs/fulltime/executive-assistant-to-the-vice-president. Added
   02/28/12.


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The Heritage Foundation – Research Associate and Staff Writer

   Description: The Research Associate and Publications Manager is responsible, under
   supervision of the Vice President and the Assistant Director, for writing regular First
   Principles pieces for the Heritage blog and outside media, drafting internal and institutional
   materials and assisting with the editing and production of the publications of the Center for
   Principles and Politics. Requirements: 4-6 years of relevant experience and bachelor’s
   degree (graduate degree preferred). For more information and to apply visit:
   http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs/fulltime/research-associate-and-staff-writer. Added
   02/28/12.

The Heritage Foundation – Senior Policy Analyst, Macroeconomics

   Description: The Senior Policy Analyst in macroeconomics develops and uses databases and
   statistical models to explore leading topics in the field of public economics. The occupant
   conducts original research on a broad range of topics, among which are the economic effects
   of public policies on businesses and on the financial behavior of households. The research
   addresses a wide range of issues, including economic growth, entrepreneurship, capital
   formation, and asset creation. This individual is expected to present findings and research
   methods in well-organized and clearly written reports. The occupant is a key member of the
   Center’s tax analysis team and is responsible for participating in the preparation of CDA tax
   research, which often includes estimating changes in federal receipts resulting from
   modifications to business-related tax laws. Requirements: Ph. D. preferred, or advanced
   graduate standing in economics or a closely related academic discipline; significant
   coursework and training in statistics, econometrics and knowledge of survey research
   methods. Apply online at http://www.heritage.org/about/jobs/fulltime/senior-policy-analyst-
   macroeconomics. Relisted 02/03/12.


Accounting/Finance
National Governors Association – Controller

   Description: This position oversees accounting and financial services for the National
   Governors Association and the NGA Center for Best Practices. It provides accounting and
   select financial services to five affiliated organizations. It oversees an accounting department
   of eight staff. Bachelor's degree in business administration or accounting plus eight years of
   relevant work experience, including in a not-for-profit environment. Required to have held a
   CPA license and have a minimum of 3 years of audit experience. Must have experience in
   designing and implementing an automated accounting system and designing and working
   with a third party payroll system. Must have experience in accounting for federal and
   foundation grants and contracts and preparing IRS Form 990s. Apply online:
   http://www.nga.org/cms/careers. Added 04/10/12.

Americans for Prosperity – Senior Staff Accountant

   Description: The senior staff accountant will manage the day-to-day accounts payable
   process for Americans for Prosperity and Americans for Prosperity Foundation under the
   supervision of the Controller. Additionally, the senior accountant will oversee and allocate


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   employee and contractor timekeeping to each organization and code time to individual
   projects. Working directly with the Controller, the senior staff accountant will play a key role
   in monthly account reconciliations, month-end closings and the annual financial audit.
   Requirements: 5+ years of strong accounting and financial experience preferably in a non-
   profit environment; college degree in accounting/finance; and a positive attitude and an
   earnest interest in providing good customer service to our members, partners and state
   chapters. Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary history/requirements to: Heather de
   la Riva at hr@afphq.org with the position title in the subject line. Added 03/23/12.

Attorney
eBay – Policy Counsel

   Description: Working closely with, and taking direction from the Senior Policy Counsel, the
   Counsel will assist with policy matters relevant to eBay. Requirements: Experience in policy
   matters; experience with international relations and government affairs; ability to manage a
   variety of issues and to set priorities and meet deadlines; ability to work with minimal direct
   supervision; and ability to network and maintain contacts in a dynamic working environment.
   Apply online at : http://jobs.ebaycareers.com/washington-dc/legal/jobid2312155-policy-
   counsel-(ebay)-jobs. Added 04/03/12.

Liberty Counsel – Attorney

   Description: Are you a highly-motivated attorney who is passionate about advancing
   religious freedom, the sanctity of human life and the family? Do you have an unquenchable
   desire to be on the cutting edge of legal battles that affect the spread of the gospel? Will you
   be dissatisfied with your life’s work unless you are deeply involved with cases and issues that
   impact society? If so, you may be the perfect addition to our legal team! Liberty Counsel is
   seeking an organized attorney with at least 5 years of civil litigation and appellate experience
   for our Lynchburg, Virginia office. To be considered for this position, submit resume
   (including law school GPA) and current legal brief or memorandum to the attention of Mrs.
   McGuire via email: liberty@LC.org, and also fill out this application online at
   https://jobs.liberty.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=151329.
   Added 03/30/12.

CATO – Legal Associate Program

   Description: Many law firms are asking their incoming first-year associates to defer their
   start dates and are offering stipends for these associates to work at public interest
   organizations. Some law schools are also offering their graduates funding for a number of
   months under similar conditions. And plenty of new law grads are looking to get their feet in
   the DC policy door. To that end, the Cato Institute invites graduating law students and law
   school graduates to work at our Center for Constitutional Studies. This is an opportunity to
   assist projects ranging from Supreme Court amicus briefs to policy papers to the Cato
   Supreme Court Review. Interested students and graduates should email a cover letter, resume,
   transcript, and writing sample, along with any specific details of their circumstances
   (availability, deferral terms/stipend, etc.), to Jonathan Blanks, jblanks@cato.org. Added
   03/23/12.

US Commission on Civil Rights – Attorney- Advisor (General)



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   Description: Reviews proposed legislation, regulations, and policies on civil rights law
   matters. Prepares written documents including memoranda, reports, advisory opinions, and
   implementation recommendations. Addresses civil rights law issues including discrimination
   relating to age, disability, education, elections, employment, equal protection, gender,
   housing, national origin, public accommodations, race, religion, sexual orientation, or speech.
   Provides professional legal advice on civil rights law, administrative law, and related services
   to a range of individuals within U.S. CCR, in other federal agencies, or in private industry.
   Requirements: Applicant must possess a J.D. or LL.B. degree from a law school accredited
   by the American Bar Association and 2 years of experience. Apply online at
   http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/311771900. Added 03/16/12.

House Committee on Natural Resources – Summer 2012 Legal Intern/Extern

   Description: The Majority Staff of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Natural
   Resources (Committee) is seeking law students to assist with oversight of Executive Branch
   policies and actions, and investigations into waste and abuse. These are unpaid
   internship/externship positions. The Committee can be flexible with hours to accommodate
   varying schedules. The Committee is seeking to fill positions for the summer. The
   interns/externs will assist in reviewing issues and matters pertaining to federal natural
   resources and energy issues and related federal agencies and entities falling under the
   Committee’s jurisdiction; including the Departments of the Interior, Commerce, and
   Agriculture. Specifically, the interns/externs will assist by reviewing, cataloguing, and
   analyzing documents, testimony, and other items for the Committee. This may also include
   assisting in preparing for public oversight hearings. The interns/externs will work closely
   with the Committee’s staff of attorneys in the Office of Oversight and Investigations. To
   apply, please send your resume and cover letter indicating your availability (including days
   and hours) to GOPLaw_Intern@mail.house.gov. Added 02/28/12.

Communications
The American Conservative Union – Communications Director

   Description: The Communications Director is the American Conservative Union’s senior
   public relations staff member, responsible for developing and implementing a dynamic
   communications strategy that advances the organization’s brand, programs and conservative
   principles and priorities. The Communications Director works closely with other internal and
   external stakeholders and consultants to enhance the organization’s overall visibility and role
   in the conservative movement and national political conversation. He or she will be
   responsible for the planning, budgeting, staffing and implementation of the organization’s
   strategic communications plan and will have responsibility for overseeing, fostering and
   maintaining relationships with traditional and new media. Requirements: Requirements:
   Demonstrated leadership experience in strategic communications, marketing, public and
   media relations and at least 4 years of demonstrated on-the-record and intense media relations
   experience. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Interested individuals are
   encouraged to email resumes and direct questions to Melissa Bowman, Director of
   Operations, at mbowman@conservative.org. Added 04/20/12.

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   Description: The Deputy Communications Director serves as the American Conservative
   Union’s press secretary and is responsible for helping the Communications Director
   implement a dynamic communications strategy that advances the organization’s brand,
   programs and conservative principles and priorities. The Deputy Communications Director
   works closely with other internal and external stakeholders and consultants to enhance the
   organization’s overall visibility and role in the conservative movement and national political
   conversation. He or she will be responsible for helping implement the organization’s strategic
   communications plan and will have responsibility for fostering and maintaining relationships
   with traditional and new media. Requirements: Demonstrated leadership experience in
   strategic communications, marketing, public and media relations and at least 3 years of
   demonstrated on-the-record and intense media relations experience. Interested individuals
   are encouraged to email resumes and direct questions to Melissa Bowman, Director of
   Operations, at mbowman@conservative.org. Added 04/20/12.

Facebook – Account Manager, Global Marketing Solutions, Politics

   Description: 2012 is expected to be a record-breaking year in political advertising. The
   Account Manager for Facebook’s Global Marketing Solutions Politics team will lead
   relationships and drive strategic initiatives with presidential campaigns and national
   committees throughout the 2012 campaigns. With proven understanding of both online and
   traditional media and a savviness for US politics, this role is responsible for partnering with
   the sales and public policy teams to develop political advertiser relationships and drive
   vertical strategy and revenue by negotiating and optimizing complex opportunities. The
   Account Manager will establish and strengthen key relationships with national political
   campaigns and organizations with a focus on driving revenue, platform adoption, and
   advertiser education & advertiser satisfaction. Success in this position requires strong
   consultative sales and analytical skills, a focus on client service, and the ability to thrive in
   the dynamic, fast paced political environment. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and 3+
   years of related experience. Apply online at
   http://www.facebook.com/careers/department?dept=sales&req=a2KA0000000DdfLMAS.
   Added 04/17/12.

George Mason University – Web Designer

   Description: George Mason University, University Relations is looking for a smart, energetic
   and detail-oriented Web Designer with a strong passion for online design to join us in
   evolving and enhancing Mason sites. The successful applicant should have a good
   appreciation for the challenges and opportunities in interactive design, and be up-to-date on
   current trends and technologies. Incumbent will not be required to code. The ideal candidate
   is someone who can execute a broad range of graphic styles, but understands that form
   follows function. A sincere interest in Web applications, social networks, blogs and new
   media is a must. We need a conceptual thinker who has some experience in a collaborative,
   team-based environment and is a detail-oriented self-starter. You will help clients shape their
   requirements and translate them into realistic project plans where expectations are in sync
   with the team’s capabilities and priorities. The successful candidate should be able to
   visualize and follow his/her concept through development. Position Requirements: Must be
   fluent in designing for accessibility and user experience. Proficient with the Adobe Creative
   Suite (e.g., Photoshop, Illustrator); and have a keen eye for design, color theory, type and
   attention to detail; and must have familiarity with WordPress, HTML and CSS are a plus.
   Must have a portfolio; online or PDF is acceptable. Apply Online:
   https://jobs.gmu.edu/postings/27389. Added 04/17/12.


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National Journal – Executive Director, Research and New Product Development and
Washington Strategy Services

   Description: The Washington Strategy Services team will identify among public policy
   professionals best practices for advancing the legislative agenda and educating their executive
   teams and boards of directors. Our mission is to understand how the most effective
   practitioners in Washington accomplish their work. Requirements: 4+ years of post-
   undergraduate or graduate experience; experience managing clients preferably within a
   consulting or research environment; excellent analytical and problem solving skills; and
   experience managing teams and developing high-potential talent. Please supply a writing
   sample along with your resume as part of the application process. To apply, please visit us at
   www.atlanticmediacompany.com. Added 04/17/12.

Berman and Company – Digital & Social Media Specialist

   Description: We’re looking for a digital and social media strategist to join our aggressive and
   award-winning team. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications,
   political science, economics, or a related field; minimum of three years of relevant
   experience, including at least two years successfully managing social and digital media
   campaigns; demonstrated interest in and promotion of ideas related to promoting the free-
   market and consumer choice; must be a strategic thinker with the ability to understand how
   online communications can best achieve overall objectives of the firm and its clients; top
   notch writing skills, particularly for the web and email, with a good grasp of SEO;
   demonstrated professional experience using Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube, blogs,
   etc., as well as Google Analytics and related social media measurement tools, and; experience
   in the following areas is preferable, but not necessarily required: online social media metrics
   tools, Wordpress and other CMSs, Google AdWords, Facebook Power Editor, YouTube
   TrueView, Wikipedia, as well as technical skills including HTML, FTP, and basic image
   editing. Candidate should be a creative problem solver willing to look at new ways to get
   messages out to an online audience, love new technology, and be able to manage large online
   campaigns with big budgets and a lot of moving pieces. Submit your résumé, brief writing
   sample(s) and a cover letter that describes your work on social/digital media campaigns
   to Eastlick@BermanCo.com. Added 04/13/12.

Conservative Organization – Strategic Online Communications Manager

   Description: The Strategic On-line Communications Manager will serve as a lead member of
   a highly aggressive communications team at a national non-profit organization that is
   dedicated to economic growth, the advancement and protection of individual freedom and
   keeping government small. The individual will manage various IT projects within the
   organization, including content management for the website; produce and edit online copy,
   including various email communications to supporters and blog posts; oversee e-mail
   management software, work with outside vendors to ensure project completion; and handle
   some of the organization’s on-line ads and any other projects as required. Requirements:
   Bachelor’s Degree required. Major in communications or marketing would be helpful but is
   not required. Technical degrees will also be considered and one to two years of experience in
   digital communications. Interested individuals should send their resumes to
   NewHires2012@gmail.com. Added 04/10/12.

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   Description: FoxNews.com is seeking an experienced, versatile, web-savvy Senior Editor to
   manage day-to-day operations of the Politics section. Must be ready to step in and assume
   critical role in planning and execution of FoxNews.com election coverage for the upcoming
   2012 campaign, as well as manage ongoing .com coverage of federal government operations
   and issues. Based in Washington, D.C., this is a very hands-on position, requiring an editor
   with the strength and savvy to handle all aspects of web news, from story assignment to
   writing, editing and production. Ten years journalism or equivalent experience; preferably in
   reporting, editing or managing coverage of politics/government, minimum five years
   experience in daily newsroom operation Detailed knowledge of and intense interest in
   national politics and the federal government, along with extensive contacts in political and
   government circles Experience line editing raw copy, with strong preference for formal
   copyediting experience Strong understanding of and appreciation for Fox New’s fair and
   balanced editorial policy, and the news judgment to identify stories that matter to the Fox
   News audience Proven ability to manage both stories and people in a breaking news
   environment Knowledge of broadcast news political reporting, commensurate ability to work
   very closely with television news reporters and producers an absolute must Specific
   experience with web-based news reporting, editing and production techniques, preference for
   editors with proven CMS skills Demonstrated ability to plan and organize coverage for large-
   scale political events and campaigns, including political conventions, debates, and
   presidential campaigns Ability to respond to breaking news 24/7, with an eagerness to put
   long, hard hours into coverage of the 2012 campaign. Email : resumes@foxnews.com.
   Added 04/06/12.

Washington Examiner – Evening Web Editor/ Producer

   Description: The Washington Examiner seeks an evening Web editor/producer responsible
   for developing multimedia content and updating our website in a fast-paced environment.
   The successful candidate will have excellent writing and editing skills, strong news judgment,
   and an understanding of content management systems, social media and Internet best
   practices. Basic knowledge of video and audio editing and HTML is preferred. The
   editor/producer will update our site with stories from the next day’s print edition and develop
   content that enhances print and Web-only stories. The editor/producer also will monitor news
   events to help keep our home page updated through the evening. Knowledge of the
   Washington metro area and national politics is preferred but not required. To apply, send
   resume and cover letter to trichardson@washingtonexaminer.com. Added 04/06/12.

Cardinal Newman Society – Experienced Journalist

   Description: The Cardinal Newman Society is seeking a senior, experienced journalist and
   editor to lead and manage its expanding campus monitoring project. The incumbent will
   serve as editor and layout manager for all CNS web, email, and print publications; manage
   research tasks regarding developments at Catholic colleges and universities; assign stories
   and tasks to CNS reporters and researchers; contribute original writing and reporting for web,
   email and print channels; and write and edit other CNS materials before publication.
   Candidates should have a working knowledge of Catholic issues and Church leadership,
   structure and teachings. The position is based in our Manassas, Virginia, headquarters with
   other full- and part-time staff. Email a resume and cover letter NO LATER THAN April
   13th. No phone calls please.
   TO APPLY: Send resumés or inquiries to: jobs@cardinalnewmansociety.org. Added
   04/10/12.


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Edelman – Vice President, Digital Public Affairs

   Description: The Vice President will direct and manage the delivery of consulting, advocacy
   and technology services to Edelman clients. Candidates should have a minimum of 8 years
   of experience in project management, public affairs and communications. Passion and
   experience in new media, online advocacy and experience in corporate reputation issues
   required. The Vice President must have at least eight years' public relations expertise, with
   people management and budget management experience. Apply Online:
   http://www.edelman.com/careers/want_to_join_us/career_opportunities/secure/index.asp.
   Added 04/06/12.

AEI – Video Editor/ Producer

   Description: The American Enterprise Institute is looking for a talented producer/editor/jack-
   of-all things video who has the vision and skill to help translate more of its top-notch public
   policy research into compelling video content. We are looking for someone with
   demonstrable success in creating dynamic, engaging film. If you have entrepreneurial drive,
   rigorous attention to detail, collegial spirit, and a tenacious work ethic, we want to hear from
   you. Your work will cover the video spectrum, from basic Q&A segments with scholars and
   recorded panel sessions to off-site production and custom storytelling. As part of an
   expanding production team, you will own the process from story conception to post-
   production marketing. Your enthusiasm for public policy is a must, because you will live and
   breathe original scholarship from some of the best thinkers in economics, foreign affairs,
   healthcare, education, and other issue areas. This is an ideal job for someone who is highly
   organized, enjoys learning about a variety of topics, is comfortable strategizing about
   efficient systems and workflows, and is comfortable taking responsibility for a critical area of
   the organization. Please submit an online application to www.aei.org/jobcenter complete with
   a cover letter and resume. Added 04/06/12.

National Journal – Reporter, Congressional and Influence Coverage

   Description: National Journal seeks a reporter for a new, one-stop digital home for
   congressional and influence coverage. This staff reporter will write primarily for an intensely-
   Hill focused website designed to create a community among an audience of savvy
   Washington insiders. This reporter will cover the people, power, leaders and lobbies that
   shape Congress. This reporter will have a demonstrated ability to break news and bring smart
   takes to the issues of the day. Importantly, this reporter will have a demonstrated online ethic,
   an understanding that the Web is a running conversation with an audience that must be
   constantly engaged with scoops, memes, facts and fun. Requirements: A proven ability to
   write with a voice; ability to produce compelling, accurate work in a fast-paced and deadline
   driven environment; and experience writing about Capitol Hill and K Street preferred. Apply
   online at http://www.atlanticmediacompany.com. Added 04/06/12.

National Rifle Association – Online Content Manager

   Description: The Online Content Manager is responsible for managing and coordinating
   digital communications for the Institute for Legislative Action/National Rifle Association of
   America. Requirements: Requirements: In-depth knowledge and understanding of online,
   interactive, and social media strategies, channels and tactical implementation with the ability
   to maintain and proactively seek out the latest trends to keep the organization up-to-date;


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   understanding of Content Management Systems; proven ability to execute SEO strategies;
   passion for and understanding of how to manage social media channels; and proven ability to
   manage social media channels. To apply, please send resume with cover letter (required) and
   salary expectations to careers@nrahq.org. Added 04/03/12.

National Radio Show – Producer/ Booker

   Description: One of the most-listened to nationally syndicated radio programs in America is
   looking for a smart, experienced Editorial Producer/Booker with fresh ideas to assist with the
   day-today production of the Washington, DC-based broadcast. This position presents an
   incredible opportunity to build a competitive portfolio of guest and segment producing for a
   popular politics and pop culture program. Requirements: 4 year degree; self-described
   political, news and pop culture junkie; radio or television experience; and DC-based. Please
   send resume to lia@beaconideas.biz and ctseiter@gmail.com. Added 03/30/12.

FoxNews.com – Senior Politics Editor

   Description: FoxNews.com is seeking an experienced, versatile, web-savvy Senior Editor to
   manage day-to-day operations of the Politics section. Must be ready to step in and assume
   critical role in planning and execution of FoxNews.com election coverage for the upcoming
   2012 campaign, as well as manage ongoing .com coverage of federal government operations
   and issues. Based in Washington, D.C., this is a very hands-on position, requiring an editor
   with the strength and savvy to handle all aspects of web news, from story assignment to
   writing, editing and production. Requirements: 10 years journalism or equivalent
   experience; detailed knowledge of national politics; experience line editing raw copy; proven
   ability to manage both stories and people in breaking news environment; specific experience
   with web-based news reporting; demonstrated ability to plane and organize coverage for
   large-scale events; and ability to respond to breaking news 24/7. For more information and to
   apply visit: www.foxnews.com/careers. Added 03/30/12.

Reboot Illinois – Social Media and Marketing Manager (Chicago, IL)

   Description: Working directly with the Online Editor, the Social Media and Marketing
   Manager will implement Reboot IL’s social media strategy, develop brand awareness,
   generate traffic to its social media platforms and website, and increase user engagement.
   Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in journalism, marketing, or related field; 2 years of
   experience in online media and social media; knowledge of different social media platforms
   and their users; and knowledge of Illinois and Chicago politics a plus. Respond with cover
   letter and résumé to jobs@citizens2citizens.com with subject line “Social Media and
   Marketing Manager”. Qualified candidates will receive a response within two weeks
   regarding next steps. Added 03/27/12.

Reboot Illinois – Executive Editor (Chicago, IL)

   Description: We are looking for an experienced, creative, resourceful, technology-savvy
   individual to assume editorial responsibility for Reboot IL and help us rapidly develop new
   editorial content and analyses. Requirements: 3+ years of editorial experience (particularly
   online media and web publish); knowledge of political landscape and players in Chicago and
   Illinois; and ability to thrive in start-up environment. Respond with cover letter, résumé, and
   writing sample to jobs@citizens2citizens.com with subject line “Executive Editor”.



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   Qualified candidates will receive a response within two weeks regarding next steps. Added
   03/27/12.

Illinois Policy Institute – Graphic Design and Digital Specialist

   Description: The Illinois Policy Institute seeks a Graphic Designer & Digital Specialist with
   strong digital and traditional design expertise to help implement the organization’s graphic
   design and portions of its digital strategy. The position is responsible for taking complex
   policy ideas and bringing them to life in polished, formatted collateral with visually
   compelling designs. The position will be based in the Institute’s Chicago office and will
   report to the Director of Marketing and Communications. The position will include
   occasional travel, primarily across Illinois. Requirements: 3+ years of graphic design
   experience; Bachelor’s degree (OR 3 additional years experience); and website management/
   digital strategy experience. This individual does not need to come from a non-profit, policy or
   political background; however, this individual should share a commitment to the principles of
   personal responsibility and free enterprise and have a solid understanding of policy issues
   related to education reform, budget & tax reform and health care reform. To apply send
   resume and cover letter (including salary requirements, your interest in the mission of the
   Illinois Policy Institute, and links to graphic design work) to Claire Kittle,
   claire@talentmarket.org. Added 03/23/12.

FreedomWorks – Communications and Marketing Copywriter

   Description: FreedomWorks is looking to expand its communications and membership
   marketing programs with an entry-level copywriter. This individual must possess superior
   writing skills and be able to produce compelling copy under tight deadlines for use in email,
   web, radio, and print marketing and fundraising campaigns. Requirements: Bachelor’s
   degree and a minimum one year of related experience. Please e-mail a cover letter, resume,
   and two writing sample to: Careers@freedomworks.org. Added 03/23/12.

National Journal – Online Editor

   Description: The online editor is an integral part of the busy National Journal newsroom and
   will collaborate with reporters and editors on deadline production. Daily responsibilities will
   include: Steering National Journal’s social media strategy Managing two audiences and two
   homepages simultaneously Writing headlines and short news items on deadline Ability to
   find creative solutions to challenging problems Creation and execution of web-friendly
   content Building and maintaining interactive features Assisting with news gathering and news
   aggregation Requirements: 2+ years experience working for an online news organization; a
   leader in the social media landscape; strong writing and editing skills and knowledge of AP
   style; ability to execute and teach SEO best practices; experience working in a breaking news
   environment; and experience with Movable Type Proficiency with HTML and CSS Core
   Attributes. Apply online at http://www.atlanticmediacompany.com. Added 03/23/12.

Top-rated National Radio Program – Executive Producer

   Description: One of the most-listened-to nationally syndicated radio shows in America is
   looking for a seasoned, creative producer who will oversee the day-to-day operations of the
   Washington-D.C.-based broadcast. Responsibilities include: collaborating with host in
   creating segments, booking guests, managing show staff, integrating show and web content,
   supervising website producer, and occasional travel. Must be well-versed and demonstrate a


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   breadth of knowledge in both politics and pop culture. Television and/or radio production
   background a must for this position. Salary and benefits competitive within the industry.
   Send resume and cover letter to RadioExecProducer@yahoo.com. Added 03/16/12.

ALEC – Press Secretary

   Description: The American Legislative Exchange Council has an immediate opening for a
   Press Secretary. The Press Secretary will work with the media to promote the work of the
   American Legislative Exchange Council. Working with the Director of Communications,
   the Press Secretary will establish and cultivate relationships with the news media and will
   draft, edit, and pitch various forms of communication. Please note the Press Secretary
   position is newly created and is not entry level. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree; existing
   relationships with members of the media; a firm commitment to the principles of limited
   government, free markets, and federalism; and a minimum of three years related experience
   working in media and communications. E-mail a resume, a writing sample, and a cover letter
   to Genneya Briscoe at gbriscoe@alec.org. Added 03/16/12.

Association of American Educators – Communications Coordinator

   Description: Communications Coordinator provides a broad range of communications and
   marketing support for the organization. This is an excellent professional entry-level position
   that will provide tremendous hands-on experience. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in
   marketing, English, or communications; 1-2 years experience in communications (internships
   ok); and professional experience with social media. Interested applicants should send an
   email with cover letter and resume to DCoffice@aaeteachers.org. Added 03/13/12.

Regnery Publishing – Publicity Director

   Description: Nation’s leading publisher of conservative political books seeks public relations
   director to oversee robust PR program. Supervise and guide a team of publicists in creating
   and executing high-impact media campaigns for high-profile authors of books on current
   events, history and children’s nonfiction. Develop, manage and enrich relationships with
   authors, media and outside consultants. Successful candidate will be strategic thinker and
   practical problem-solver, with significant experience in PR and media relations and
   demonstrated ability to juggle multiple projects, meet tight deadlines, get the most out of your
   staff, and work well with high-profile celebrities and experts. Knowledge of book publishing
   a plus, experience and contacts within politics and news media a big plus. Offices located on
   Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, one block from Union Station. Please send resume, cover
   letter and salary history to Marji Ross, President and Publisher, Regnery Publishing at
   mross@eaglepub.com. Added 03/09/12.

Charles Koch Institute – Media Relations Specialist

   Description: The Charles Koch Institute seeks an experienced, enthusiastic media relations
   professional to contribute to the communications team. This position will be involved with all
   aspects of the Institute’s interaction with the media, including managing responses to media
   inquiries; creating and building relationships with the press; and strategizing and executing
   effective media outreach about the Institute’s programs, particularly the Economic Freedom
   Project (www.economicfreedom.org). Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of
   five years of experience in communications, media affairs, or related field. Apply online at:
   http://www.charleskochinstitute.org/jobs. Added 03/09/12.


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Judicial Watch – Digital Communications Associate

   Description: As a member of the organization’s communications team, the Digital
   Communications Associate will assist in the creation, editing, and publishing of content on
   the organization’s digital communications platforms including the webpage, various social
   media platforms, email management software, and any other projects as required. Primary
   responsibilities include: aiding in the maintenance of the Judicial Watch website, assisting in
   the implementation of various new media projects, managing various IT projects within
   organization and working with outside vendors to ensure project completion, producing and
   editing online copy including various email communication to Judicial Watch supporters,
   editing and producing videos, and providing intermediate level IT support to staff.
   Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree required. Major in communications, marketing, or
   journalism would be helpful. Technical degrees will also be considered and one to two years
   of experience in digital communications. Motivated, recent graduates with applicable skill
   sets will be considered. Send cover letter, resume, a short writing sample (no more than 3
   pages), any other relevant materials (digital portfolio, etc.), and salary requirements to
   Cassandra Baker (careers@judicialwatch.org), Assistant to the Chief of Staff, Judicial
   Watch. Added 03/06/12.

National Association of Manufacturers – Website/ Social Media Director

   Description: The Website/Social Media Director will play a vital role in communicating the
   organizations (NAM) brand, image and message efficiently and consistently through the
   organizations website and social media properties. The ideal candidate will demonstrate
   dynamic and self motivating qualities with seasoned experience and skills in web content
   management, writing and editing for the web, site management, social media management
   and graphic design. Requirements: Advanced experience with Content Management
   Experience (Sitecore); Working knowledge of Adobe suite; Quark; and inDesign; and
   BS/BFA degree in visual communications, CIS, web development, or related field. Apply
   online at http://www.nam.org/About-Us/Careers/Careers-Landing-Page.aspx. Added
   03/06/12.

Center for Immigration Studies – Press Secretary

   Description: The Center for Immigration Studies seeks a press secretary. The position entails
   promoting the Center's work to TV, radio, print, and online media. The successful candidate
   will be a self-directed jack of all trades willing to do whatever is required in a small office.
   The Center is already one of the most-frequently quoted sources on immigration, but needs
   someone to direct more proactive and systematic media outreach. Salary will be
   commensurate with experience. The Center is a non-profit, independent research institute
   that examines the impacts of immigration on the United States. It is animated by a pro-
   immigrant/low-immigration vision that seeks tighter enforcement, lower levels of future legal
   immigration, and a warmer welcome for those immigrants who are admitted. Before
   submitting a resume, please visit the Center's website at www.cis.org and familiarize yourself
   with our work. Resumes should be submitted to center@cis.org with "ATTN: Mark
   Krikorian" in the subject line. Added 03/02/12.

Discovery Communications – Social Media Coordinator

   Description: The Social Media Coordinator supports the social media team in engaging
   communities of fans on social media platforms including Facebook and Twitter. This


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   position is a unique opportunity to build on the strong affinity our fans feel for our shows,
   encouraging them to interact and add to the brand experiences of DCI. Requirements:
   Passion for the social media space. Demonstrated engagement and experience. Solid
   understanding of all social media platforms. Dedication to client service. Strong written and
   verbal communication skills. Excellent project management skills. Knowledge of basic
   HTML & photo editing Superior Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Keynote capabilities.
   Strong understanding of web analytics. Ability to meet changing demands and to adapt to
   frequently changing priorities. Bachelor’s degree required. Apply online at https://careers-
   discovery.icims.com. Added 03/02/12.

Americans for Prosperity Foundation – National Communications Manager

   Description: The National Communications Manager will work to raise the national profile
   and brand awareness of Americans for Prosperity Foundation and Americans for Prosperity.
   Working with the Director of Public Affairs, the National Communications Manager will
   establish and cultivate relationships with the news media and will formulate, draft, edit and
   pitch various forms of communication. Requirements: 2-4 years of experience in
   communications; experience with pitching and guest bookings; and an aptitude to oversee
   multiple projects simultaneously. Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary
   history/requirements to: Andrea McCarthy at hr@afphq.org with the position title in the
   subject line. Added 02/24/12.

US Chamber of Commerce – Director of Media Relations

   Description: Develop and deliver short- and long-term media strategies to broaden awareness
   and increase visibility of the Chamber, its agenda, and leadership. Bachelor’s degree and 6-8
   years of media relations experience in a high-profile environment; passion for news and
   politics coupled with an interest in the business community and its policy agenda; excellent
   writing and meticulous copyediting skills; ability to meet tight deadlines; possess a solid
   network of top-tier media contacts in D.C. and around the country, and the ability to leverage
   those contacts to place stories on various issues; creative and aggressive strategist with a
   track record of delivering and maintaining longer-term media coverage to raise public
   awareness about specific issues or organizations; customer focused with a results-oriented
   mind-set and a strong team player; advanced degree preferred. Apply Online:
   https://www2.recruitingcenter.net/clients/uschamber/PublicJobs/controller.cfm?jbaction=Job
   Profile&Job_Id=10823&esid=az. Added 02/21/12.

Reason – New Media Marketing and Distribution

   Description: Reason Foundation is seeking to hire a new media marketing and distribution
   associate through the Koch Associate Program. Responsibilities will include: working with
   Reason.tv team and other Reason staff to promote Reason.tv products online and through
   issue-area interest groups; developing relationships with potential distribution outlets;
   managing communication with organizations. This year-long job opportunity gives you the
   chance to do substantive work at a non-profit that advances economic freedom while also
   participating in weekly management training and professional education at the Charles Koch
   Institute. Applicants are generally required to have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and 0-
   10 years work experience. Interested? Please contact us at
   recruiting@charleskochinstitute.org. Apply Online:
   http://www.charleskochinstitute.org/associate-program/. Added 02/21/12.



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Competitive Enterprise Institute – VP, Communications

   Description: The Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) seeks a Vice President of
   Communications. The major responsibility of this position is to advance CEI’s mission by
   directing the dissemination of ideas and issues to supporters, policymakers, media,
   academics, and the public. The Vice President of Communications will report to the
   President and be a member of CEI’s senior management team. Requirements: 7+ years
   experience in the communications field; well-development strategic communications; and in-
   depth understanding of traditional and new media. Qualified applicants should email the
   following materials to Claire Kittle, Executive Director of Talent Market, who is assisting
   with the search: Claire@talentmarket.org: resume; cover letter (including a) your deep
   philosophical interest in the mission of the organization, b) your interest in the position, and
   c) your desired salary range); and writing sample related to public policy. Video sample
   preferred, but not required. Added 02/21/12.

Atlas Economic Research Foundation – Marketing Communications Associate

   Description: The Marketing Communications Associate will oversee the development and
   production of print publications and other materials that inform audiences about Atlas and its
   programs. Requirements: 2-3 years of relevant experience; highly organized and easy to
   work with; and an understanding of the ideas of liberty at the hear of the Atlas mission. For
   more information or to submit a resume please email Kristina Crane at
   Kristina.Crane@atlasnetwork.org. Added 02/17/12.

Association of American Educators – Communications Coordinator

   Description: The Association of American Educators, the largest national non-union
   educators organization, is seeking a Communications Coordinator for its Old Town
   Alexandria office. The Communications Coordinator provides a broad range of
   communications and marketing support to the organization. Requirements: 1-2 years
   experience in communications/ marketing; ability to travel outside of DC area; graphic design
   skills; ability to create materials with Adobe suite; and interest in education policy/ education
   reform. Salary: low-mid 30s. Interested applicants should send an email with cover letter,
   resume, references, and samples of design work to DCoffice@aaeteachers.org. Added
   02/17/12.

Financial Services Institute – Membership Communications Manager

   Description: The Financial Services Institute (FSI), the leading trade association for
   independent financial services firms and independent financial advisors, is hiring a
   Membership Communications Manager for its Washington, D.C. office. A strong candidate
   for this position will have 2-4 years of experience writing and a demonstrated ability to write
   in a way that moves a strong membership message. This person will thrive working with
   marketing/relationship experts to provide them the strong communications materials needed
   to sustain and grow member relationships as well as recruit new members and drive
   engagement with existing members. We are looking for a highly motivated self-starter, a
   creative thinker who can write quickly and well, and stay highly organized. Knowledge of the
   financial services industry is a plus but not required. Candidate should excel in a fast-moving,
   high-stakes environment, in a rapidly growing organization. Send resume, three writing



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   samples and cover letter/email to FSI’s Managing Director, Communications & Media
   Relations Chris Paulitz at chris.paulitz@financialservices.org. Added 02/17/12.

Students for Life – Online Communications Strategist

   Description: Students for Life of America is looking to hire an Online Communications
   Strategist for our rapidly growing pro-life grassroots organization. This position is
   responsible for managing the organization’s online presence and email communications.
   Working as part of a communications team to best deliver organizational information and
   materials to students and supporters and helping with broad technology issues. Applicant
   must be tech-savvy and knowledgeable about cutting-edge online communication and social
   media. This individual will manage and run the day-to-day operations of our website(s),
   creating and maintaining sites that are attractive, user-friendly, accessible, and searchable. In
   addition, this individual is responsible for managing our multiple grassroots email lists and
   creating short videos for online distribution. This individual will be responsible for working
   under the guidance of a Public Relations firm and in cooperation with the SFLA Social Media
   Coordinator to implement tactics and strategies to create and distribute content, build
   community, drive traffic, and increase interaction within SFLA's social media pages and
   websites. Requirements: Must be passionately pro-life with a clear ability to communicate
   the issue both written and verbally and must have prior experience with managing a website
   and/or email blast list, using WordPress, and creating short videos. The job will be located at
   the SFLA Headquarters in Manassas, Virginia. Salary range will be $35,000 to $40,000 with
   benefits package. Please send resume and cover letter to Tina Whittington at
   twhittington@studentsforlife.org. Please include your position on Life in your cover letter.
   Added 02/14/12.

Large Private Sector Organization – Communications Professional

   Description: Private sector organization headquartered in the DC area is seeking a mid-level
   communications professional with experience as corporate speechwriter. We are seeking
   candidates with 3-5 years experience. Candidates who have some legislative experience on
   the Hill are preferred. Candidates with 3-5 years experience who are able to manage
   government relations are encouraged to apply. Interested applicants should send their
   resumes to: commresumes@gmail.com. Added 02/10/11

Development
The Trinity Forum – Director of Development

   Description: The Trinity Forum is looking for a Director of Advancement and Development!
   The Director of Advancement & Development will direct and manage all aspects of the
   Trinity Forum’s fundraising efforts and outreach strategy, and report directly to the President.
   Responsibilities will include overseeing and executing the annual fundraising plan, enhancing
   membership relationships and benefits within the Trinity Forum Society, developing reports,
   overseeing the development of foundation proposals, managing direct mail campaigns, and
   enhancing outreach efforts. Applicants should have excellent relational, organizational, and
   communications skills, a minimum of three to five years of fundraising experience, good
   computer skills and knowledge of database programs, a high-energy, positive, “can-do”
   attitude; a high degree of initiative, and enthusiasm and affinity for developing and deepening




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   donor relationships. Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter, writing sample,
   and list of references to Cherie Harder at charder@ttf.org. Added 04/20/12.

Center for Urban Renewal & Education – Development Position

   Description: Full-time position opening at small, Biblically conservative think tank to handle
   development and fundraising needs of the organization. This position is based at CURE
   headquarters in Washington, DC. Requirements: Some development experience required, as
   well as a strong passion to learn and grow in the development field; passion for market-based
   policies to alleviate poverty, end abortion, promote traditional values, increase economic
   independence, and protect private property; knowledge of political affairs, conservative
   leaders and organizations, a Biblical worldview, and headline issues; and an interest in
   promoting conservative message in the black community. To apply, please send your resume
   and cover letter to Mrs. Nicole Nichols at jobs@urbancure.org. Added 04/13/12.

Freedom Alliance – Director of Development

   Description: Freedom Alliance seeks an experienced development executive to lead a
   growing fundraising team and comprehensive fundraising effort. This person will be
   responsible for supervising development operations including annual giving, foundations,
   major gifts, special events, and planned giving. The Director of Development reports to the
   organization’s Executive Director. Through the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and
   stewardship of prospects and donors, the Director of Development is accountable for
   planning, and implementing the overall development plan and responsible for growth of the
   fundraising program. Qualified candidates will have 6-8 years of fundraising experience and
   a proven track record of successful fundraising through varied applications, and a proven
   ability to manage and motivate associates. A positive, optimistic demeanor and a
   commitment to excellence is a must. Candidates must be passionate about the organization's
   mission; have excellent communication skills – both written and verbal; possess the requisite
   computer skills; and be able to travel. Please e-mail cover letter and resume to: Calvin
   Coolidge, Executive Director, Freedom Alliance at calvin.coolidge@freedomalliance.org.
   Added 04/10/12.

ISI – Development Coordinator (Wilmington, DE)

   Description: The Development Coordinator will: Create and execute an annual development
   plan that funds the expanding ISI program, including a calendar of donor events, meetings
   and mailings; Ensure that grant proposals and reports are as effective as possible and
   delivered in a timely way; Coordinate with outside direct marketing firm to ensure that ISI’s
   direct mail program continues to grow the donor base and moves donors into higher giving
   categories; Design and prepare donor meeting presentation materials that inspire donors to
   increase their support; Oversee the development team’s utilization of the Raiser’s Edge
   donor management software system; and Spearhead donor research and design program for
   identifying and cultivating new donors. Requirements: Three or more years fundraising
   experience; A Bachelor’s degree; Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge or similar contact
   management software. Qualified candidates should submit the following application
   materials: Résumé; Cover letter detailing: a) your interest in this position, b) your interest
   in/commitment to the mission of ISI, and c) salary requirements; and a list of 3+ references to
   Claire Kittle, Executive Director of Talent Market, who is assisting with the search:
   claire@talentmarket.org. Added 04/10/12.



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ISI – Senior Development Officer (Wilmington, DE)

   Description: The Senior Development Officer will: Design effective donor experiences that
   encourage increased funding of ISI’s dynamic programs; Contribute in a results-focused
   environment new strategies that maximize opportunities and accomplish fundraising goals;
   Produce creative communications that articulate the impact of ISI activities and effectively
   make the case for greater support among current and potential donors; Utilize a variety of
   communication tools and outlets to reach increasing numbers of supporters; and Ensure
   successful follow up and follow through after donor meetings. Requirements: Three or more
   years fundraising experience; A Bachelor’s degree; and Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge or
   similar contact management software. Qualified candidates should submit the following
   application materials: Résumé; Cover letter detailing: a) your interest in this position, b) your
   interest in/commitment to the mission of ISI, and c) salary requirements; and a list of 3+
   references to Claire Kittle, Executive Director of Talent Market, who is assisting with the
   search: claire@talentmarket.org. Added 04/10/12.

Impact Policy Management – Development Manager

   Description: The Development Manager will be responsible for executing the development
   plan, including identifying and researching potential donors, writing donor correspondence
   and grant proposals, arranging meetings for senior leadership with donors and prospects,
   keeping accurate records on all donors, submitting proposals to foundations and businesses,
   and other duties. The Development Manager will report to the organization’s President,
   Executive Director, and development consultant. Requirements: The ideal candidate for this
   position will have 2 -4 years of prior full-time development experience, in either the nonprofit
   or political world. Familiarity with fundraising, contact management, and donor research
   software such as FoundationSearch, Raiser’s Edge, DonorPerfect, Wealth Engine, ACT!, or
   similar programs is a must. The candidate should be an excellent writer, detail-oriented, well-
   organized, capable of understanding and explaining free-market environmentalism and be an
   excellent communicator. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and the
   names of 3 references to sean@impactpolicymanagement.com. Added 04/10/12.

AEI – Development Assistant

   Description: Seeking a team-oriented, entrepreneurial, enthusiastic individual to work in
   AEI’s Development department to help build, cultivate, and maintain strong relationships
   with donors and prospects—particularly individuals. Primary responsibilities include
   assisting in the management of donor relationships, prospect and donor research,
   correspondence, and solicitations, travel logistics, and requesting and scheduling donor
   meetings for development officers. This is an excellent position for someone seeking to
   develop professional fundraising and non-profit administrative skills in a dynamic and fun
   environment. Building relationships and helping to raise money for AEI is core to ensuring
   that our free enterprise mission is successful. A strong candidate for this position will have
   the ability to work independently and as part of a team, balance multiple priorities, and have
   superior oral and written communication skills, and an interest in marketing the fundamentals
   of free enterprise. Organization and attention to detail are essential. Proficiency in Microsoft
   Office and a bachelor’s degree are required, database experience a plus. Qualified applicants
   should include their resume, cover letter, and a 500 word-writing sample on any topic with
   their online application. May 2012 graduates are eligible for consideration. Apply online at
   https://aeijobs.silkroad.com/. Added 04/06/12.



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KaBOOM! – Foundation Relations Coordinator

   Description: The Foundation Relations Coordinator will assist in the Philanthropy team in
   the coordination and execution of the day-to-day foundation and major donor fundraising
   efforts. The ideal candidate for this position has strong research and writing skills, with the
   ability to express information persuasively, logically, collegially, succinctly, and correctly.
   The individual should demonstrate a desire to learn more about the field of non-profit
   philanthropy, and show evidence of strategic thinking and effectively working with a diverse
   array of people. This position is based out of the Washington, DC office. Requirements:
   Bachelor’s degree; previous fundraising and CRM database experience; excellent writing and
   proofreading skills; and detail oriented. Apply online at
   http://kaboom.org/job/foundation_relations_coordinator_dc. Added 04/03/12.

American Village Citizenship Trust – Director of Development (Montevallo, AL)

   Description: This position will work closely with the Founder and CEO in support of
   advocacy and fundraising for the institution. Increasingly this position will be expected to
   provide initiative, leadership, and implementation in the area of fundraising development.
   Requirements: Bachelor’s degree; love and knowledge of the fundamentals of American
   liberty and self-government; successful experience in annual and/or capital fundraising;
   familiarity with constituent relationship management software; and ability to be the public
   face and voice of the CEO and institution. Please submit resumes by mail to: American
   Village - Attn: Employment, P.O. Box 6, Montevallo, AL 35115. Added 04/03/12.

Young America’s Foundation – Development Officer (California)

   Description: The development officer will work in close collaboration with the director of
   the Reagan Ranch, the president of the Foundation, and the Foundation’s overall
   development team to achieve the fundraising goals of the organization. The development
   officer will play a key role in identifying, cultivating, and soliciting annual, major, and capital
   gifts. Requirements: A minimum of three years professional fundraising experience in a
   sophisticated organization with a reputation for quality and excellence; a successful track
   record of personally identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding individual donors and
   foundations; and experience with developing and maintaining productive relationships with
   donors; and an understanding and willingness to embrace the “moves management” system
   of fundraising. Please submit resume, references, salary history, and a cover letter to:
   Andrew Coffin, Director of the Reagan Ranch (andrewc@reaganranch.org) and Jason
   Barbour, Director of Development (jasonb@reaganranch.org). Added 04/03/12.

FINCA International – Director of Development

   Description: This professional is the senior advisor on fundraising to the Vice President,
   New Business Development and FINCA’s Executive Management Team, and provides
   leadership and guidance to FINCA country directors and fundraising unit members. Working
   closely with each constituency manager, he/she guides and supports the development and
   implementation of short- and long-range resource development goals, objectives, strategic
   and operational plans, policies, and operating procedures for each of the fundraising
   constituencies. Utilizing a strategic planning approach, s/he is responsible for and guides /
   evaluates all restricted and unrestricted fundraising activities/programs. Requirements:
   Bachelor’s degree; minimum 10 years of fundraising experience with at least 5 years leading
   and managing a development team; experience with strategic and operational planning;


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   knowledge of international and domestic donor environment; and demonstrated experience
   coordinating the following: special events, project design, and proposal writing. For more
   information visit http://www.mrmhv.com/content/currentopportunities.php. Added 04/03/12.

The Independent Institute – Development Assistant (Oakland, CA)

   Description: The rapidly growing Independent Institute, a public policy think tank in
   Oakland has an immediate opening for a Development Assistant. The ideal candidate will
   have excellent administrative and customer service skills, and be a real team player with the
   ability to multi-task. Qualified candidates should visit our website at
   http://www.independent.org and may submit a copy of their resume, references and salary
   history to: Mary L.G. Theroux, mtheroux@independent.org. Added 03/30/12.

Berman & Company – Development Assistant

   Description: Business/free market-oriented public policy firm specializing in research,
   communications and public relations for high-profile, nonprofit clients seeks an executive
   assistant who will specialize in fundraising projects. The ideal candidate will be experienced
   in a variety of outreach efforts and be comfortable communicating with senior
   management/CEO level targets. Projects will also involve managing current contributor
   communications, invitations, recruitment of attendees to large meetings/events, and other
   projects as needed. The ideal candidate will have 2-3 years of experience coordinating
   development/fundraising projects or managing membership recruitment. Experience in a for-
   profit environment is preferred. College degree required. Competitive salary (commensurate
   with experience and talent) with profit share. For more information about our approach to the
   public policy process, check out the 60 Minutes profile at www.bermanco.com. Please send
   résumé and cover letter to Eastlick@bermanco.com. Candidates should use the cover letter to
   describe successful projects they executed or developed. Added 03/30/12.

The Institute of World Politics – Director of Development

   Description: The Director of Development develops and implements the fundraising plan
   based on existing and future funding priorities. The Director is responsible for developing
   long-term philanthropic relationships with donors, soliciting major donors for annual gifts,
   managing development staff, planning and coordinating strategic steps to reach financial
   goals, overseeing donor communications and managing development operations.
   Requirements: Bachelor’s degree; a minimum of 6 years of experience in direct major gift
   solicitation, or equivalent experience in strategic planning and persuasive communications;
   experience managing a development office; and strong commitment to advancing the mission
   of the organization. Please send resume with salary requirements to Ann C. Fitzgerald,
   ann@acfitzgerald.com. Added 03/27/12.

ISI – Major Gifts Officer (Wilmington, DE)

   Description: The Major Gifts Officer, Communications is a full-time position responsible for
   creating marketing materials, including grant proposals, for major individual and foundation
   donors and creating ISI’s ongoing communications with its contributors. Requirements:
   Bachelor’s degree; two or more years of writing experience and editing in a deadline-
   intensive environment; and excellent communications skills. Qualified candidates should
   submit the following application materials: Résumé; cover letter detailing: a) your interest in
   this position, b) your interest in/commitment to the mission of ISI, and c) salary


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   requirements; a list of 3+ references; and writing sample of your choice to Claire Kittle,
   Executive Director of Talent Market, who is assisting with the search at
   claire@talentmarket.org. Added 03/23/12.

Young America’s Foundation – Development Officer (Santa Barbara, CA)

   Description: The development officer will work in close collaboration with the director of
   the Reagan Ranch, the president of the Foundation, and the Foundation’s overall
   development team to achieve the fundraising goals of the organization. The development
   officer will play a key role in identifying, cultivating, and soliciting annual, major, and capital
   gifts. Requirements: A minimum of three years professional fundraising experience in a
   sophisticated organization with a reputation for quality and excellent; a successful track
   record of personally identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding individual donors and
   foundations; and experience with developing and maintaining productive relationships with
   donors; and an understanding and willingness to embrace the “moves management” system
   of fundraising. Please submitfty resume, references, salary history, and a cover letter to:
   Andrew Coffin, Director of the Reagan Ranch (andrewc@reaganranch.org) and Jason
   Barbour, Director of Development (jasonb@reaganranch.org). Added 03/23/12.

NRA – Program Coordinator, Fundraising

   Description: The Program Coordinator will produce a high volume of error-free,
   personalized written communications under stringent deadlines in support of a major
   fundraising effort (Ring of Freedom) for the National Rifle Association. Enter a high volume
   of data into Raiser's Edge database, file hardcopies of original documentation and perform
   other database-associated tasks. Assist in the preparation of mailings, make personal phone
   calls to acknowledge donor contributions and provide general administrative support. The
   selected candidate must have: Excellent grammar, spelling, written and oral communication
   skills High proficiency in MS Office applications Flexibility and adapatability Ability to
   work overtime on short/no notice Discretion, tact, diplomacy and sound professional
   judgment Strong organizational skills Ability to produce a high-volume of work without
   direct supervision, under the challenge of shifting priorities, frequent interruptions, and tight
   deadlines Support for the NRA's mission Exceptional personal and professional integrity and
   ability to maintain strict confidentiality. Send resume and cover letter to: careers@nrahq.org
   with “Program Coordinator, Fundraising” in the subject. Added 03/20/12.

ALEC – Donor Relations Manager

   Description: The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) seeks a Donor Relations
   Coordinator to perform a variety of administrative tasks for the Membership and Meetings
   Department. This position reports to the Senior Director of Membership and Meetings and
   provides support for the Membership staff in a wide-range of areas, including setting
   appointments and meetings, maintaining the database, sending out letters and shipments,
   assisting members, researching prospects, overseeing interns, and providing database training
   as necessary. One to three years relevant experience is preferred, as is a Bachelor’s degree,
   familiarity with Microsoft office, and general database experience. E-mail a resume, a
   writing sample, and a cover letter to Genneya Briscoe at gbriscoe@alec.org. Added 03/16/12.

Association of American Educators – National Membership Director




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   Description: The National Membership Director is responsible for retaining and increasing
   membership through developing and implementing strategies for membership growth. This
   position is at management level within the organization and contributes greatly to formulation
   of association’s policies, programs and focus. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in
   marketing, English, or communications; proven experience in strategic marketing; minimum
   five years in membership services; and the ability to travel regularly. Send cover letter with
   salary requirements and resume to dcoffice@aaeteachers.org, attention Human Resources.
   Added 03/13/12.

Center for Arizona Policy – Administrative Assistant, Development

   Description: The primary purpose for the Administrative Assistant-Development Team is to
   increase the capacity of the Development Team and the Applications Director to respond
   effectively and efficiently to opportunities to grow the ministry. The primary job
   responsibilities for this position will be to process and acknowledge all ministry gifts, provide
   administrative support by anticipating needs, and to have a keen awareness of expectations
   with an ability to initiate relevant processes and procedures. The team member will be
   required to cross train with other administrative support team members. Requirements: 2+
   yeas secretarial or business education and/or experience; strong computer skills; and agree
   with CAP’s statement of faith. You will receive paid time off that starts accruing from your
   hire date and nine paid holidays per year. Company-paid health, life, and disability insurances
   are included. Apply for this position by emailing (cdurant@azpolicy.org) or faxing
   (602.424.2530) your cover letter and résumé to Cheryl Durant. Added 02/24/12.

The Leadership Institute – Development Associate

   Description: The Leadership Institute is looking for a development associate through the
   Koch Associate Program. The associate will work in and learn the details of non-profit
   fundraising including direct mail, major gifts, planning giving, grant writing/corporate giving
   and donor relations. You will train for two months in each area with responsibilities in
   research, proposal writing, legacy management, donation management, database
   maintenance, thank you writing/calling and newsletters with the possibility of extended
   training in an area of interest. There will be an emphasis in Moves Management theory as
   well as training in Raiser’s Edge, Foundation Search and Leadership Libraries. This year-
   long job opportunity gives you the chance to do substantive work at a non-profit that
   advances economic freedom while also participating in weekly management training and
   professional education at the Charles Koch Institute. Applicants are generally required to
   have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree and 0-10 years work experience. Contact:
   maggie.johnson@cgkfoundation.org. Added 02/21/12.

Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) and the Mercatus Center – Grant Writer

   Description: IHS and the Mercatus Center at George Mason University seek a grant writer for
   the organizations’ shared development department. This integral position is vital to the
   growth and success of IHS and Mercatus, both of which are playing a lead role in movement
   for liberty. Specific responsibilities include: Designing, writing, revising, and editing grant
   proposals that excite and inform top-level investors; Crafting informational pieces and
   solicitations for high-dollar supporter; Assisting in the development of IHS’s newsletter;
   Ensuring quality control for all written materials. This position will report directly to the
   Director of Foundations Strategy and work with the Director of Major Gifts and the
   principals of IHS and Mercatus. The ideal candidate will have the following attributes:


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   Minimum of 1-3 years of fundraising experience; Exemplary persuasive writing and editing
   skills; Bachelor’s degree. More information and application instructions at:
   http://www.theihs.org/jobs/grant-writer-0. Added 02/10/12

State Policy Network – Database Administrator (part-time)

   Description: State Policy Network (SPN) seeks a part-time Database Administrator to
   support our ambitious direct mail program and development team in our congenial, fast-
   growing office in Arlington, Virginia. This is a permanent, part-time, paid position (15 to 25
   hours per week on average). To apply, submit your cover letter and résumé to Michael Ross,
   Strategic Partnerships Coordinator at ross@spn.org. No phone calls, please. Added 02/10/12.

Pew Charitable Trust – Principal Gift Officer

   Description: We are seeking accomplished, sophisticated, and externally-focused
   development directors who will spend at least 50 percent of their time out of the office in
   order to cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of high value prospects and donors at the $5
   million level and above The Principal Gift Officers will be individuals who can build
   successful working relationships with the senior officers in the corporate and foundation
   world, and partner with high profile individual donors and the program officers of the Pew
   Charitable Trusts. Requirements: A Bachelor’s degree and at least ten years of external
   fundraising experience in higher education, research, environmental, health related or
   advocacy organizations and a proven track record of developing and advancing significant
   private investments and philanthropy in higher education, research, health, science or
   environmental organizations through sophisticated relationship building using consistent and
   strategic moves management. Apply online at https://jobs-
   pct.icims.com/jobs/intro?hashed=0. Added 02/07/12.

Pew Charitable Trust – Donor Relations Manager

   Description: We are seeking an accomplished, articulate, mature, and externally-focused
   development professional with 6-8 years donor relations experience, with a significant
   emphasis on written communications with funders and boards. We prefer a candidate who
   has also spent some part of their career as a front line fundraiser. The Donor Relations
   Manager will be an individual who can build successful working relationships with gift
   officers within PPG and partner with accomplished program officers and communications
   and event colleagues at Pew. The Manager will lead the Donor Relations team of four
   associates. The group will evolve and expand in line with PPG’s needs. The Manager will
   work closely with senior staff on special projects. The position reports to the Deputy
   Director, PPG. Requirements: A Bachelor’s degree and at least six years progressively
   responsible experience in institutional advancement, including specific knowledge of donor
   stewardship, donor communications, and large events (100+ guests). Apply online at
   https://jobs-pct.icims.com/jobs/intro?hashed=0. Added 02/07/12.


Education
Virginia Commonwealth University – Executive Director of Development & External
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   Description: Virginia Commonwealth University is seeking a dynamic, visionary, results-
   oriented Executive Director of Development and External Relations for the Massey Cancer
   Center. The Executive Director reports directly to the Centers Director, and as the cancer
   center is a matrix organization, a co-reporting relationship to the VCU Vice President of
   Development and Alumni Affairs, and provides leadership for all activities related to the
   acquisition of private financial resources for cancer research programs, capital projects and
   infrastructure of the Massey Cancer Center. The Executive Director will also help lead other
   external related projects that would impact the financial security and public awareness of the
   Center. The Executive Director has oversight and ultimate responsibility for maximizing
   philanthropic support and awareness of the formal strategic objectives of the Center and
   provides leadership for the Cancer Centers total fund raising efforts through collaboration
   with the Cancer Centers leadership and Advisory Board, as well as the University’s senior
   leaders and colleagues. Requirements: Masters degree in related field or bachelors degree
   with equivalent work experience; 5+ years leading a comprehensive development program;
   knowledge of IRS requirements; and successful experience in engaging/ developing
   volunteers. Nominations and applications should be sent to the executive search firm
   assisting VCU (electronic submissions preferred): Katie M. Bain Vice President of
   Academic Health Sciences & Higher Education Parker Executive Search
   kbain@parkersearch.com 770-804-1996, ext 108. Applications should include a letter of
   interest, resume, and contact information of three references. Review of applications will
   begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. It is preferred, however, that
   all nominations and applications be submitted by May 25, 2012. Added 04/06/12.

George Mason University – Assoc. VP for Outreach and Project Development

   Description: The George Mason University Office of the Vice President for Research and
   Economic Development invites applications for the position of Associate Vice President of
   Research for Outreach and Project Development. The Associate Vice President has primary
   responsibility for research outreach and federal project development. The selected individual
   will represent Mason in dealings with the federal government research community sponsors
   and the public at large. For more information and to apply visit jobs.gmu.edu. Added
   03/13/12.

Strayer University – Adjunct Political Science Faculty

   Description: Strayer University is seeking part-time adjunct faculty as part of our faculty
   pool in Political Science. Minimum qualifications: Master’s degree in Political Science or
   International Relations or Government OR Master’s degree in any social science with at least
   18 hours in coursework regarding international relations, political science or allied areas
   Potential faculty should have at least one year of teaching experience online and/or teaching
   adults in educational environment, and two to five years’ work experience. Apply Online:
   https://strayerrecruiter.strayer.edu/careers2/Careers.aspx?adata=Ona5nFrmmjne5WeG1zXU
   REvo%2f0R1oXPvs39ZFaxjqMBElKM5d%2bMFZJa7yqQtVaGesOzCOYLC1V90a3SByn4
   qx5o6hiyYQzVpHAZuFXh5CVzzrnjX20J%2bIQ%3d%3d. Added 02/28/12.

Belmont Abbey College – Vice President for Advancement

   Description: The Vice President for Advancement is responsible for the implementation,
   coordination and management of a plan which will promote and support the work of Belmont
   Abbey College and take the operations of the Mission Advancement Program to the next
   level of sophistication and effectiveness. Requirements: Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in


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   public relations, business, communications, public administration or other applicable field.
   Master's Degree in Philanthropy (or related field) and/or CFRE (Certified Fund Raising
   Executive) preferred. Ten or more years of progressive experience in philanthropy and
   fundraising, with a demonstrated progression of responsibility and results is required. The
   successful candidate must have experience building and guiding a sophisticated mission
   advancement team. S/He must be able to work within the organizational structure of a Roman
   Catholic College. National travel is required for this position. To apply: Send résumés or
   inquiries to: mshumway@omearaferguson.com. Added 02/24/12.


Hill
Conservative Congressman – Chief of Staff

   Description: The Chief of Staff acts as the Member's chief operational officer in an ever-
   changing political environment. This position develops and implements strategic vision,
   communication objectives, and operating plans for the Member's offices. The Chief of Staff
   directs all activities and staff for the Member's Washington, D.C. and district offices. This is
   highly entrepreneurial congressional office, requiring unique leadership skills, commitment to
   philosophy and mission, and significant communications and managerial experience.
   Requirements: Masters degree preferred; the ideal candidate will have a minimum of a
   bachelor’s of arts degree, including strong academic credentials and extensive educational
   background; candidates should have five years of significant supervisory experience of office
   operations and personnel; candidates must have significant experience in developing
   communications plans and implementation skill, including working knowledge of new media;
   and a three to five year commitment to office expected. Please submit resumes and cover
   letters to chiefofstaff2012@hotmail.com. Added 04/20/12.

Conservative Congressman – Legislative Assistant

   Description: House member seeks an experienced legislative assistant to handle Education
   and Workforce Committee work, along with healthcare, foreign affairs, immigration and
   other issues. Strong writing skills, creativity, and minimum two years legislative experience
   required. Relevant committee experience, an advanced degree, or Illinois ties a plus. Email
   resume and writing samples to: midwestgopla@gmail.com. Added 04/20/12.

Conservative South Florida Rep – Press Secretary

   Description: South Florida Member is seeking a communicator with some prior
   congressional or political press experience to manage active press shop. Candidates must
   possess excellent writing and oral communication skills, be proficient with social media, and
   have a solid understanding of developing and delivering a message to both DC and local
   media. Candidate must also be well organized and able to multi-task efficiently in an
   environment of deadlines. Additional duties include producing a bi-weekly e-newsletter,
   talking points, compiling and distributing daily news clips, pitching stories to local and
   national media outlets, media event development, and maintaining the official website.
   Background in or knowledge of appropriations process and foreign affairs issues is a plus, as
   is the ability to speak and write in Spanish (but not necessary). Please send cover letter and
   resume to Fl21jobs@yahoo.com with the subject line “Press Secretary”. Added 04/20/12.




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Rep. Greg Walden (OR-2) – Communications Position

   Description: Rep. Greg Walden is seeking a communicator with prior congressional or
   political press experience to manage active press shop. Candidates must possess excellent
   writing and oral communication skills, be proficient with social media, and have a solid
   understanding of developing and delivering a message to both DC and in-district media.
   Candidate must also be well organized and able to multi-task efficiently in an environment of
   deadlines. Additional duties include producing a regular e-newsletter, speech writing,
   compiling and distributing daily news clips, media event development, and maintaining the
   official website. Background in or knowledge of Oregon/Pacific Northwest region and issues
   is a real plus, as is background in Energy & Commerce Committee and Natural Resources
   Committee issues. Please send cover letter and resume to bmacdonald@mail.house.gov. No
   walk-ins or phone calls please. We’ll confirm receipt with you. Added 04/17/12.

Midwest Conservative Congressman – Legislative Director

   Description: Midwest Republican Congressman seeks Legislative Director with a minimum
   of 3-5 years Hill experience to manage legislative staff and advance aggressive agenda across
   a variety of issues. Candidate should have a proven record of mentoring and training junior
   staff, developing and implementing legislative initiatives, and have strong writing, analytical,
   and team-building skills. Other responsibilities include closely monitoring district and
   national issues, reaching out and establishing relations with interested groups both in the
   district and in DC. The office also has a very extensive mail program, so having knowledge
   and experience in a very active mail program would be highly desired. Interested candidates
   should send a cover letter and resume to il8thjobs@gmail.com No phone calls, faxes, or drop-
   ins please. Added 04/17/12.

Senator from Tennessee – Staff Assistant

   Description: Senator from Tennessee is presently seeking a Staff Assistant for the
   Washington, DC office. Candidates should be personable, dependable and professional to
   support a very busy front office. Primary duties include, but are not limited to, answering
   phones, greeting visitors in the reception office, handling a variety of constituent requests for
   flags and tours, assisting with weekly constituent meetings, and providing support to
   legislative and other staff as needed. Qualified applicants must have excellent oral and
   written communication skills with Tennessee ties. Please email cover letter and resume to
   senate_employment@saa.senate.gov indicating job referral number 221722 in the subject
   line. Added 04/13/12.

Conservative Senator – Senior Health Care Policy Advisor

   Description: Republican Senator seeks a Senior Health Care Policy Advisor to handle health
   care, Medicare/Medicaid, FDA, and abortion issues. Responsibilities include developing
   policy, drafting legislation, staffing senator, meeting with constituents and various groups,
   drafting memos, statements, and speeches. Interested applicants must be team players,
   strong writers, work well under pressure, and have the ability to multi-task. Candidates with
   an advanced degree and prior Capitol Hill experience are strongly preferred. This is not an
   entry-level position. Familiarity with Intranet Quorum computer system is preferred. Salary
   commensurate with experience. Please cut/paste a cover letter and resume into the message
   window *DO NOT SEND ATTACHMENTS* and e-mail to
   senate_employment@saa.senate.gov 221719 in the subject line. Added 04/13/12.


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House Armed Services Committee Member – Military Legislative Assistant

   Description: Conservative Member of the House Armed Services Committee seeks a skilled
   Military Legislative Assistant to cover a portfolio of legislative issues that includes defense
   and veterans’ affairs. Primary responsibilities will include managing HASC-related activities,
   briefing the Member and senior staff, building and maintaining relationships with the veteran
   community, reviewing responses to constituent mail, and managing defense-related initiatives
   on behalf of the Member. Competitive candidates will have at least two to three years of prior
   experience as a Legislative Assistant or in a similar position. Additionally, prior military
   service is highly valued. Candidate must be detail-oriented, professional, entrepreneurial and
   knowledgeable. Effective written communication skills are required. The position will
   include regular travel to military installations in the Member’s congressional district.
   Portfolio of issues is likely to also contain some non-defense domestic issues. Compensation
   will be commensurate with experience. Interested individuals should send a cover letter and
   resume to housejobopening8@gmail.com. Added 04/06/12.

Rep. John Fleming (LA-04) – Scheduler

   Description: Congressman John Fleming, M.D. of Louisiana is seeking a Scheduler to serve
   in his Washington D.C. office. Prior scheduling experience on Capitol Hill strongly
   preferred. Responsibilities include scheduling for and managing the Congressman’s D.C.
   calendar, coordinating logistics and travel arrangements, and assisting with other duties as
   needed. May include financial administration/office management role if applicant has
   requisite experience. Strong candidates will be highly organized, detail oriented, and
   comfortable multi-tasking in a fast-paced environment. A willingness to work hours as
   needed by the office is important, as is a friendly, professional attitude. Please send a resume
   and cover letter to LA04jobs@mail.house.gov with "Rep. Fleming/Scheduler" in the subject
   line. No calls or drop-ins. Added 04/06/12.

Rep. Michael McCaul (TX-10) – Scheduler

   Description: Congressman Michael McCaul (TX-10) is now accepting applications for the
   position of scheduler in his Washington, DC office. Ideal candidates should have prior
   scheduling experience and must have the ability to manage numerous tasks and coordinate
   effectively with other members of Congressman McCaul’s staff. Primary responsibilities
   include, but are not limited to: managing Congressman’s schedule, making travel
   arrangements for the member, coordinating district travel and events with the Chief of Staff
   and Deputy Chief of Staff, and completing other clerical general office management work as
   assigned. Candidates must possess initiative, enjoy working with a variety of people, have
   strong organizational skills, and the ability to multi-task. Texas ties are a plus. Interested
   applicants are asked to send a resume and a cover letter explaining why they would like to
   work for Rep. McCaul to texas.scheduler@gmail.com with “Scheduler” in the subject line of
   the email. Added 04/06/12.

Rep. Randy Neugebauer (TX-19) – Legislative Correspondent

   Description: Congressman Randy Neugebauer is seeking a Legislative Correspondent to
   manage all aspects of constituent correspondence in his DC office. Ideal candidates will have
   knowledge of the legislative process, excellent writing and organizational skills, strong
   attention to detail, and a familiarity with Internet Quorum (IQ). Experience on Capitol Hill is


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   a plus. Duties include, but are not limited to, sorting incoming letters and emails, tracking and
   assigning mail through IQ, drafting and sending timely responses, and preparing weekly mail
   reports. Texas ties are preferred but not required. Interested applications should send a cover
   letter, resume, and one short writing sample to TX19Jobs@mail.house.gov with Legislative
   Correspondent in the subject line. Added 04/03/12.

Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-9) – Staff Assistant

   Description: The office of Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO) is seeking a Staff
   Assistant. Duties include, but are not limited to: staffing front office, answering phones,
   coordinating and executing flag and tour requests, supervising interns, assisting with mail
   processing, and helping with other projects as needed. Strong organizational skills and a
   positive, team oriented attitude are required. Missouri ties and previous internship experience
   preferred. Please email cover letter, resume, and list of references to Seth Appleton
   (seth.appleton@mail.house.gov). Added 04/03/12.

Conservative Midwestern Lawmaker – Communications Director

   Description: The Director of Communication leads, manages, and coordinates a
   communications driven office for an entrepreneurial driven Republican. Working directly
   with the Congressman and other members of the leadership team, this position is responsible
   for the development and implementation of integrated strategies to achieve the
   Congressman’s policy and communications goals. These include outreach plans for the
   media, key stakeholders, and the general public. Key deliverables include cultivating and
   maintaining meaningful relationships with members of the state and national media,
   stakeholders and surrogates to ensure the Congressman’s message is broadly received and
   discerned; administering new media communications, including website, Facebook, Twitter
   and You Tube activities; and providing input to the legislative team’s response to constituent
   mail. Requirements: Masters degree preferred (minimum Bachelor’s degree in English,
   history, or related field); three years of congressional experience; and three-five year
   commitment to office expected. Please send cover letters and resumes to
   DirectorofCommunications2012@yahoo.com. Added 03/30/12.

Conservative House Member – Legislative Assistant

   Description: Conservative Republican Member seeks a Legislative Assistant with a focus on
   health care issues. Candidate must be versed in issues regarding industry and sector specific
   regulations and payment systems, familiarity with provider issues and recent developments.
   Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, preparing Member for briefings and floor
   activities, including committee work, developing legislative initiatives, writing constituent
   correspondence, and representing the Member in meetings. The successful candidate will
   have prior Capitol Hill experience, including a minimum of one year as a Legislative
   Assistant, as well as an interest in tax and welfare issues and meticulous knowledge of the
   legislative process. This is not an entry level position. Please send resume and cover letter to
   tn.la.position@gmail.com. Faxes or drop-offs will not be accepted. Added 03/27/12.

Conservative Congressman - Communications Director

   Description: Conservative Congressman is looking for a bi-lingual communications director
   with previous experience dealing with reporters. High level of proficiency in Spanish (both
   speaking and writing) is required. Candidate must be able to keep up with a fast paced office.


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   The communications director will write press releases, pitch stories, respond to reporters’
   inquiries, oversee website content, develop and maintain relationships with local and national
   media, organize media events, and produce newsletters and e-newsletters. The ideal candidate
   will possess the political savvy needed to anticipate big news stories and proactively promote
   the Member’s message. Salary commensurate with experience. Interested applications
   should send a resume, references and two writing samples to
   housecommunicationsdir@gmail.com. Added 03/23/12.

Rep. Bob Latta (OH-5) – Staff Assistant

   Description: Congressman Bob Latta (OH-5) has an immediate opening for an entry-level
   Staff Assistant in his Washington, DC office. Responsibilities include answering phones,
   opening and sorting mail, welcoming visitors to the office, coordinating White House and
   Capitol Tours, and processing flag requests. Ideal candidates will have excellent
   communication, writing, and organizational skills. Ohio ties are preferred, but not required.
   Interested candidates should send cover letter and resume to ohio5jobs@gmail.com with Staff
   Assistant in the subject line. Added 03/16/12.

Rep. Scott Garret (NJ-05) – Legislative Assistant

   Description: Rep. Scott Garrett is seeking a conservative Legislative Assistant to handle a
   portfolio of issues focusing on family values, foreign policy, and defense. A successful
   candidate will have a personal interest in family values issues, strong communication skills
   and a proactive approach. Previous Hill work experience (not internships) is strongly
   preferred. Please send a copy of your resume and one writing sample to
   nj05.jobs@mail.house.gov for consideration. Added 03/13/12.

Western State Congressman – Legislative Assistant

   Description: Western State Congressman seeks an experienced individual to handle
   Agricultural, Budget/Financial Services, and Health Care portfolio. Additional issues may be
   added. Responsibilities include staffing the Congressman in the Agriculture Committee as
   well as managing and completing all legislative work in the assigned issue areas; preparing
   materials for meetings, briefings, and hearings; drafting legislation; advising the
   Congressman on information related to legislation and key issues within responsible policy
   areas; representing the Congressman at official events and in constituent meetings; and
   working with the Legislative Director and Chief of Staff to strategically accomplish the
   Congressman’s goals. This is not an entry level position. Applicants should have previous
   relevant Hill legislative experience. Western ties a plus but not required. Please email resume
   and writing samples to westernrepublican@gmail.com. Added 03/13/12.

Senior Congressman (Education & Commerce Committee) – Healthcare Legislative
Assistant

   Description: Senior Congressman, and member of the House Energy and Commerce
   Committee, seeks experienced, energetic individual with an extensive background in the
   healthcare industry or who has worked with committee members or the committee, to be a
   Legislative Assistant. This is not an entry-level position. It requires someone who can
   critically think and understand the challenges and pitfalls that exist in the health care world.
   The selected applicant will be responsible for monitoring and advocating healthcare and
   aging issues and promoting the representatives healthcare agenda before his colleagues, the


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   committee, and the House of Representatives. The Congressman represents a district with
   two major research hospitals, so these issues are very important and must be handled just
   right. This position requires excellent written and verbal communication skills, attention to
   detail, good organization, and a commitment to meeting deadlines. Responsibilities include
   preparing materials for meetings, briefings, and hearings, drafting legislation, advising the
   Congressman on information related to legislation and key issues within healthcare policy
   areas, responding to constituent mail in a timely fashion, representing the Congressman in
   constituent meetings, and working with the Chief of Staff and Legislative Director to
   strategically accomplish the Congressman’s goals. Email your resume and a health policy
   related writing sample to midwestcong@gmail.com. Added 03/13/12.

House Committee on Ethics – Staff Assistant

   Description: Committee on Ethics has an opening for a Staff Assistant. Duties include:
   answering telephones; assisting with the committee investigations production process;
   assisting with the tracking and processing of committee correspondence; and providing
   administrative support in setting up committee meetings. Applicants must have excellent
   organizational skills and professional telephone manner; good computer skills; proficiency in
   Microsoft Word and Excel; ability to work cooperatively and courteously with others; ability
   to use good judgment in responding to inquiries and requests; flexibility in assisting with
   daily tasks and projects; prior work experience or familiarity with Westlaw, Lexis-Nexis and
   Concordance a plus. Applicant Instructions: Please email cover letter and resume to
   ethicsjobs@mail.house.gov. Added 03/13/12.

Rep. Bill Johnson (OH-6) – Staff Assistant

   Description: Staff Assistant - Rep. Bill Johnson OH-6 is seeking a Staff Assistant.
    Core responsibilities will include greeting constituents, managing incoming phone
   and mail requests, managing constituent tours and flag requests, overseeing the DC
   intern program, assisting staff with legislative correspondence and other projects as
   delegated by staff along with general staff support. Candidates must be highly
   organized, possess meticulous attention to detail and have the ability to
   multitask. This is a unique position that requires someone who is proactive and
   personable. Ohio ties a plus. Please send resume, and cover letter to
   OH06resume@gmail.com . All interested candidates are encouraged to apply.
   Added 03/09/12.

Senator Jeff Sessions – Press Secretary

   Description: As personal office press secretary for Senator Sessions, you will have an
   opportunity to engage on some of the most important and consequential issues of the day,
   particularly those relating to the Senator’s committee assignments. The largest portion of the
   press secretary’s responsibilities will be working with state media (including booking);
   however, a portion of this position’s portfolio includes national media as well. The press
   secretary answers to a communications director. Alabama ties strongly preferred, Hill
   experience is a plus but not essential, and applicants should possess superior communication
   abilities. Interested applicants should email News_Releases@sessions.senate.gov with
   “PRESS OPENING” as the subject line. Added 03/06/12.

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   Description: Congressman James Lankford seeks communications professional for his
   Washington, D.C. office. Qualified candidates will be responsible for developing and
   implementing a long-term communications strategy effectively targeting local and national
   media outlets. Applicants must demonstrate strong writing, social media, and interpersonal
   skills and articulate a focused and timely message in a high-speed environment. Please send
   cover letter, resume and brief writing sample to ok05communications@gmail.com. Added
   03/02/12.

Conservative Senator – Systems Administrator

   Description: Senator seeks an experienced Systems Administrator to facilitate the office’s
   technological infrastructure. This position also updates and maintains computer systems and
   methods to process, manage and store all computer data for the office; troubleshoots any
   problems, assists with updating the web page and other technical assistance. A bachelor’s
   degree in computer science and a working knowledge of Windows and MAC with Hill
   experience preferred. A positive can-do attitude and ability to work well with others is an
   absolute must. Experience with Senate correspondence systems an added plus. Please e-mail
   a cover letter and resume to repubsajob@gmail.com by COB Tuesday, February 21st. Added
   02/17/12.

Rep. Randy Forbes (VA-04) – Press Secretary

   Description: The office of Congressman Randy Forbes seeks an experienced Press Secretary
   to lead aggressive media operations with emphasis on national defense issues. Capitol Hill
   and media experience required. Successful candidates will demonstrate ability to articulate
   conservative messages succinctly and will possess a working knowledge of issues related to
   the Armed Services. Virginia ties are preferred. Send resume, cover letter, and references to
   Christy.grubbs@mail.house.gov with “Press Secretary” in subject line. Added 02/10/12.

Rep. Steve King (IA-05) – Press Assistant

   Description: Congressman Steve King’s office seeks a press assistant/office assistant for the
   Washington, D.C. office to assist with media relations, develop new media outreach, perform
   general office tasks, and support the Communications Director. The ideal candidate will be
   professional, a strong writer, a detailed researcher, have superior communication and
   organizational skills, and be willing to take on a variety of tasks, including other office duties
   such as flag requests, tours and certain correspondence. Applicants should be committed, pro-
   life conservatives. Strong preference will be given to applicants with Iowa ties and new
   media experience. Interested applicants should email a resume, writing sample, and cover
   letter and explaining their qualifications and why they would like to work for Congressman
   King to bentley.graves@mail.house.gov with “Press Assistant” in the subject line of the
   email. Added 02/10/12.

House Chairman – Press Secretary

   Description: Chairman seeks proactive Press Secretary. A minimum of 2 years press
   experience and knowledge of Capitol Hill is required. Responsibilities include: writing press
   releases, responding to press inquiries, pitching stories, managing website and social media,
   and producing columns, opinion pieces and newsletters. Candidates must demonstrate
   exceptional communications skills, sound judgment, and attention to detail. Please email


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   resume, cover letter, and writing samples to: press.resumes@mail.house.gov. Added
   02/10/12.


Government Affairs/Trade Associations
Verizon Communications – State Government Relations (Wilmington, DE)

   Description: This position within the state public policy function may undertake a variety of
   duties, depending on the current major campaign or project. It also may be involved in
   general analysis, oversight and implementation of various state public policy initiatives
   and/or external affairs activities and campaigns. Responsibilities to include serving as
   Verizon's representative and advocating on a broad range of issues with Delaware policy
   maker staffs including Governor's administration, Legislative staffs, PSC staff and other
   government agencies and non-profits. Project management of various key public policy
   initiatives across various states. Requirements: Minimum of 5 years experience in public
   policy, government relations, or related fields; established network with Delaware policy
   maker staffs including Governor's administration, Legislative staffs, Board of Public Utilities
   and other government agencies and non-profits ; and ability to advocate Verizon's positions
   with those policy makers and answer questions, address challenges. Apply online at:
   http://www.sologig.com/INTL/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?IPath=JRKCV0A&ff=21&A
   Path=2.21.21.0.0&job_did=J3I3SG6TTZWF34FX2VN&siteID=INDEEDORGSG. Added
   04/20/12.

Nike – US Policy Manager

   Description: Responsible for working directly with the NA GPA Director to build, develop
   and lead efforts to execute strategic and policy initiatives at the federal level while supporting
   efforts at state, local and regional levels. Requirements: Bachelors degree; experience with
   federal legislative process or directly related activities, project/campaign management, and
   coalition-building strongly preferred; 10-15 Years government and public affairs experience,
   in both public and private sectors; demonstrated results in developing and implementing
   strategic programs involving relationship building/legislative issues/campaign experience;
   and participation in and passion for sports preferred. Apply Online at
   http://jobs.nike.com/us/washington,-dc/legal-and-government-affairs/jobid2313811-us-
   policy-manager?src=JB-11022. Added 04/06/12.

National Association of Manufacturers – Director, New Member Acquisition

   Description: The primary responsibility of this role is to engage with a senior-level audience
   at small and medium-sized manufacturing companies for the purpose of generating new
   membership dues. In addition to the day-to-day responsibilities, the role will emphasize
   establishing prospective member relationship via inside sales, discussion of current political
   issues with senior-level executives and managing the inside sales process through attainment
   of revenue goals. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, or relevant field;
   3-5 years of experience in inside sales and/ or account management; must be able to meet
   financial goals; and previous political fundraising experience is preferred. Apply online at
   http://www.nam.org/About-Us/Careers/Position-Descriptions/Director-New-Member-
   Acquisition.aspx. Added 03/23/12.




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American Society of Anesthesiologists – Special Assistant to the Executive VP

   Description: The Special Assistant is primarily responsible for providing high level
   administrative and project support to the Executive Vice President, Washington DC and
   General Counsel and will manage all aspects of running the DC office. Direct the day-to-day
   responsibilities of the administrative function to meet deadlines, monitor long range goals and
   projects, and provide expertise in managing all administrative tasks within the office.
   Develop and implement sound administrative strategies and tactics that promote excellence in
   the administrative staff responsibilities. Communicate with a variety of stakeholders,
   including members, key executive staff, members of the executive committee and the Board
   of Directors of the ASA, requiring a high level of finesse, diplomacy and professionalism.
   Organize own work, coordinate projects, set priorities, meet deadlines and follow up on
   assignments with minimal supervision. Requirements: 5 years experience as a senior level
   EA; prior supervisory experience; and knowledge of working in the Washington legislative
   environment. Please send Resume and Cover Letter to: jobs@asahq.org. Added 03/13/12.

Altria – Temporary Professional, Government Affairs

   Description: At Altria Client Services', Government Affairs’ unique contribution is to
   provide strategic direction to develop policies and positions on legislative and regulatory
   issues that affect the Altria group of companies. This program is an opportunity to gain
   hands-on experience in a fast-paced environment. We are looking for students who possess
   superior analytical, written and presentation skills with the ability to conduct research and
   assess and utilize information in a strategic fashion. Qualified candidates should be able to
   assimilate and integrate large amounts of information and help to find creative solutions to
   complex problems. Student must also be technologically proficient, and competent with
   Microsoft Office. To qualify for the Temporary Professional position, the student must be in
   good academic standing at his/her university. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is strongly preferred.
   Apply online at http://tinyurl.com/THFJB-Altria. Added 03/13/12.

National Association of Professional Employer Organizations – Legislative Assistant for
Governmental and Legislative Affairs

   Description: Provides vital support to the Government Affairs department of fast-paced
   Association. Tracks and maintains database of state bills and pending rulemakings,
   performing regular bill monitoring using various tracking technologies. Communicates with
   membership on government affairs issues. Facilitates a productive workplace by effectively
   managing office resources and equipment. Terrific opportunity for advancement in the
   organization. Must possess strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and solid
   customer service philosophy. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and meet
   deadlines. Proficiency with Microsoft Office, VOCUS and WestLaw. Strong oral and written
   communication skills. Send application materials to Tim Tucker, VP of Govt
   Affairs:ttucker@napeo.org. Added 03/13/12.

Facebook – Legislative Assistant

   Description: Facebook is seeking a highly motivated, well-organized legislative assistant to
   join our growing policy team in Washington, D.C. We are seeking individuals who will thrive
   in a fast-paced environment and provide top-notch research and analytics under tight time
   frames. A qualified candidate should be comfortable and adept with online resources,
   enthusiastic about technology policy issues, have a solid understanding of Congress and the


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   legislative process and possess excellent research and writing skills. Requirements: This
   position requires a bachelor’s degree; three or more years of experience working in a
   Congressional office or on a Congressional Committee staff; and good humor, strong
   interpersonal skills and a proven ability to take initiatives are a must. Apply Online:
   http://www.facebook.com/careers/department.php?dept=washington-
   dc&req=a2KA0000000Lt8BMAS. Added 03/06/12.

National Grocers Association – Manager, Government Affairs

   Description: The National Grocers Association (N.G.A.), representing the nation’s
   independent retail and wholesale grocers, seeks an energetic individual to join the
   Government Affairs Department as Manager of Government Affairs. Congressional staff and
   / or association experience in analyzing, monitoring, and reporting on legislative / regulatory
   issues is beneficial. Knowledge of the food industry, food safety / labeling, labor, or tax
   issues is a plus. Strong written and communications skills and the ability to quickly learn new
   issues are essential. Minimum 1-2 years experience. EOE. N.G.A. offers a competitive salary,
   excellent benefits, and is metro accessible. Send cover letter, resume, writing sample, and
   salary requirements to govaffairs@nationalgrocers.org. Added 02/28/12.

National Association of Homebuilders – Manager, Intergovernmental Affairs

   Description: his position reports to the V.P. for Intergovernmental Affairs and is responsible
   for establishing and enhancing relationships with external organizations that have the
   potential to help NAHB accomplish its public policy objectives. Is responsible for external
   research among the NAHB federation and others, as well as analyzing and reporting on the
   results to influence NAHB objectives. This job requires a basic understanding of political,
   government, legislative and regulatory processes, but also requires strong research, analytical
   and writing skills. Requires excellent organizational and verbal communication skills, the
   ability to quickly develop solid, positive relationships and MS Office expertise. Must also be
   adept at web-based technology. Seeking 3-5 years experience in government/politics
   (state/local exposure preferred) and /or service in association government/political
   affairs/issue-oriented capacity. Knowledge of building and development industry desirable
   Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, Public Affairs, Public Relations or related field or
   equivalent in education and experience. Apply Online: http://www.nahb.org/jobs Added
   02/24/12.

American Public Gas Association – Program Assistant

   Description: The American Public Gas Association (APGA) is a non-profit trade association
   representing the interests of publicly owned natural gas distribution systems across the United
   States. APGA is seeking an energetic, detail-oriented individual to provide broad
   administrative support to a small team of energy professionals. APGA’s office is located on
   Capitol Hill only a few blocks from Union Station. Responsibilities include general office
   and front desk duties plus administrative support. Administrative support includes:
   maintenance of the membership database and reports, process meeting registrations, bank
   deposits and other financial transactions, email broadcasts and website updates, member
   surveys, assist in preparation for events, and other various responsibilities. Proficiency in
   Microsoft Office is required. Experience with content management systems (CMS),
   association management solutions (AMS), and knowledge of HTML is a plus. Familiarity
   with member-driven associations preferred. Starting salary is in the low 30’s with generous



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   benefit package. Please email resume/cover letter to jobs@apga.org or fax (202) 464-0246.
   No phone calls please. Added 02/21/12.

Property Casualty Insurers Association of America – Receptionist

   Description: The Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) seeks an
   enthusiastic administrative professional to support our growing Washington, DC office. This
   position provides assists with all aspects of administration within Washington, DC office
   including: receptionist duties, general office administration, meetings management,
   Information Technology support, as well as some administrative support to Policy
   Development and Research, Public Affairs and State Government Relations staff. The
   successful candidate must have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to clearly
   communicate with senior level internal and external executives. Candidate must also exhibit
   excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. PCI offers comprehensive benefits. For
   immediate consideration, please forward your resume along with salary history/requirements
   to job.opportunities@pciaa.net. Added 02/07/12.

AEI – Government Relations Program Assistant

   Description: The American Enterprise Institute seeks a full-time program assistant to be an
   integral part of AEI’s Government Relations department, which works to promote AEI and
   AEI research products to policymakers. The primary responsibility of this position is to
   manage the daily administrative operations of the program. This includes duties such as
   scheduling, managing and growing contact lists, tracking promotional activities, monitoring
   metrics, and drafting reports. Tasks will also include research, writing, editing, and
   interacting with Members of Congress and Congressional staff. Required Skills: The ideal
   candidate works well in a team and possesses excellent organizational and writing skills and
   the ability to multi-task and work well under pressure is also required, as well as a
   demonstrated interest in policy and the policymaking process. The ideal candidate will also
   have a familiarity with the workings of Congress. Qualified candidates should submit a
   resume, cover letter, and 500-word writing sample with their application. Apply Online:
   http://tinyurl.com/THFJF-AEIGA. Added 01/24/12.


Non-Profit Policy Organizations
Conservative Political Nonprofit – Recruiter (40k-50k)

   Description: This client needs a mission-driven Recruiter to join their growing team! If you
   have a strong interest in promoting a free market and working towards a more fiscally
   responsible government, as well as 6 months or more of recruiting experience, you should
   apply! This position will assist with the full cycle recruiting process from developing and
   posting job descriptions, sifting through resumes, conducting phone screens, scheduling
   interviews, advising hiring managers, and even sometime negotiating the offer! Candidates
   with experience using an applicant tracking system are preferred and a Bachelor's degree is
   required. This position requires someone with at least 6 months of human resources
   experience that involves exposure to the recruiting environment and someone with nonprofit
   experience is highly desired. Apply online at
   http://beaconhillstaffing.com/tabid/175/Default.aspx?JobID=17847. Added 04/20/12.




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Conservative Political Nonprofit – Human Resources Coordinator

   Description: We have an exciting Human Resources Coordinator position at a conservative
   political advocacy nonprofit. Our client works towards promoting public policies that support
   a free market. If you are excited about this mission and have a strong interest in Human
   Resources, apply! This position will assist with hiring, maintaining recruiting materials;
   maintaining communication with applicants, filing, scheduling interviews, on boarding new
   employees, benefits administration, and updating an applicant tracking system. This position
   requires someone with at least 1 year of administrative experience, a bachelor's degree and
   someone with nonprofit experience is highly desired. Apply online at:
   http://beaconhillstaffing.com/Candidates/FindaJob/tabid/174/Default.aspx. Added 04/20/12.

Eagle Publishing – Office Assistant (PT)

   Description: The Chairman’s Office of Eagle Publishing, Inc., (www.eaglepub.com) seeks a
   part-time office assistant, 20-25 hrs./wk., afternoons preferred. Eagle is the nation’s leading
   publisher of politically conservative books, periodicals, and on-line content. You’ll gain
   exposure to business management, philanthropic initiatives, and candidate and campaign
   support. Duties include maintaining several databases, processing political action committee
   contributions using a software program, providing occasional updates and content to several
   Web pages, staff support for charitable foundation programs, and general reception
   responsibilities. Immediate opening. The chief qualification: you must be computer-savvy.
    Poise and good attention to detail also required. Send resume and cover letter to Vanessa
   Henderson, vhenderson@eaglepub.com. Added 04/20/12.

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans Association - Executive Office Coordinator

   Description: IAVA is looking for a bright, talented and experienced professional to support
   IAVA's Executive Office. Based in our New York City office, the Executive Office
   Coordinator will assist in developing and maintaining the Executive Director’s (ED)
   schedule. This role reports to the Senior Advisor to the Executive Director. This role will
   have high-level exposure to an exciting world of political, military, nonprofit and corporate
   leaders, and will have a chance to significantly affect IAVA's overall productivity.
   Requirements: 2+ years experience working in a high-paced corporate office or political
   arena and track record of delivering superior results, commanding respect, and assuming
   leadership roles. Please send a resume and writing sample to hiring@iava.org, with
   "Executive Office Coordinator" in the subject line. Include a cover letter that concisely
   explains how your experience could be applied to IAVA. Added 04/17/12.

American Spectator Foundation – Office Manager

   Description: The Office Manager will oversee all office duties for The American Spectator
   Foundation, which is responsible for publishing The American Spectator magazine and its
   daily online edition, www.spectator.org, providing Americans with news and commentary
   from a conservative perspective. The Foundation also trains young writers for careers in
   journalism. Requirements: Minimum of three years of work experience, preferably in an
   administrative or operations role; knowledge of and experience with Quickbooks; personable,
   organized, and self-motivated; and an understanding of and commitment to the principles of
   limited government, free enterprise, and personal responsibility. Interested applicants should
   submit a résumé and cover letter - which explains the applicant’s philosophical interest in the



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   mission of the organization and salary requirements - to Whitney Garrison Athayde at
   whitney@spectator.org. Added 04/17/12.

Americans for Prosperity Foundation – Human Resources Coordinator

   Description – The HR Coordinator’s role is to maximize office efficiency over the long-term
   by cultivating and maintaining good office relationships, procedures and practices on the
   interdepartmental level and within the human resources department. The HR Coordinator will
   handle the department’s administrative responsibilities including; interview scheduling,
   background checks, timekeeping, benefits enrollment and on-boarding. The ideal candidate
   will show great attention to detail and exhibit a customer-focused attitude. Requirements: 1-
   2 years of administration experience; experience using HR/ applicant tracking software; and a
   commitment to confidentiality. Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary
   history/requirements to: Andrea McCarthy at hr@afphq.org with the position title in the
   subject line. Added 04/17/12.

Americans for Prosperity Foundation – Recruiter

   Description: Americans for Prosperity and Americans for Prosperity Foundation is currently
   seeking a qualified recruiter to support the Director of Human Resources with the acquisition
   process. Responsibilities will include coordinating every step of the acquisition process, from
   drafting job descriptions, posting and networking, candidate selection, phone and in person
   interviews, interview setup and advising the Director of Human Resources on job offers.
   Requirements: At least one year of recruiting experience; proficiency in candidate tracking
   software; and commitment to confidentiality. Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary
   history/requirements to: Andrea McCarthy at hr@afphq.org with the position title in the
   subject line. Added 04/17/12.

NRA – HR Generalist

   Description: The HR Generalist serves as support to the HR Director in area of recruitment,
   on-boarding, employee benefits, HRIS administration, and other areas as assigned. The
   Human Resources Generalist is a hands-on professional that works within the HR team to
   deliver and support the analysis, development, implementation, administration and
   monitoring of human resources policies, programs and operations in the key functional areas
   of benefits administration and recruitment/selection. Provides pro-active planning and day-to-
   day solutions, and gives accurate and timely HR information and service to staff and related
   vendors. Provides a high-level of integrity, a strong depth of knowledge, and a pro-active
   approach which results in excellent customer service. Must successfully multi-task across
   multiple Human Resource disciplines. Flexible, team-player able to adapt to changing
   priorities. Excellent presentation, communication and interpersonal skills. Strong customer
   service skills. Ability to exercise effective judgment, sensitivity and creativity to changing
   needs and situations. Ability to establish and maintain positive, constructive working
   relationships with people under challenging circumstances. Formal educational grounding in
   Human Resources and directly relevant work experience (1-3 years) required. To learn more
   about us, please visit our website at www.nra.org. Added 04/17/12.

NRA – Law Enforcement / Mascot – Program Coordinator

   Description: In this position, you will assist in the implementation of programs and activities
   for the Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program: Promote the Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program on the


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   local level through law enforcement agencies purchase of the Eddie Eagle costume. This
   position will be the primary contact for mascot costume support and questions. Limited
   performances as the actual Eddie Eagle gun safety character and on the job training of law
   enforcement agencies' personnel at elementary school assemblies is required. Must be able to
   lift and carry a maximum weight of 25 lbs., as well as conduct limited performances in a
   costume under extreme physical variations of heat. Must be able to jump, dance and walk in
   the constraints of a full body costume. Frequent local and national travel required. Some
   weekend work required. BA degree required. Must be familiar with MS Office Suite (Word,
   Excel, Access). For immediate consideration, please forward your resume, cover letter to:
   National Rifle Association, Attn: Human Resources, PCE/wj, 11250 Waples Mill Road,
   Fairfax, VA 22030: Fax: (703)267-3938; email: careers@nrahq.org. Added 04/17/12.

Charles Koch Institute – Director of Policy and Research

   Description: The Charles Koch Institute seeks a Program Director to lead the Institute’s
   policy and research team and work with external partners to identify, develop, and implement
   strategic opportunities to educate the public and policy makers about the relationship between
   economic freedom, prosperity and societal progress. Requirements: Minimum of a
   bachelor’s degree, advanced degree in economics, political science or related field preferred;
   10+ years of experience, with proven ability to manage a staff; a solid understanding of free
   market economics; leadership experience running issue campaigns at the state and/or national
   level; experience working with market-oriented non-profit organizations at the state and/or
   national level; strong program management, critical thinking, and organizational skills;
   superior communication skills; and an entrepreneurial spirit, humility, and a passion for
   economic freedom. Apply online at http://www.charleskochinstitute.org/jobs/. Added
   04/13/12.

Charles Koch Institute – Information Technology Manager

   Description: The Charles Koch Institute seeks a technical manager to oversee all information
   technology needs and vendor contracts. The information technology manager is responsible
   for ensuring all I.T. needs are met with a focus on customer service. Requirements:
   Entrepreneurial spirit, humility, high sense of urgency, and a passion for economic freedom;
   willingness to learn and apply Market Based Management at work daily; strong
   communication skills and focus on customer services is a must; familiarity with Blackboard
   Collaborate, Adobe Connect, Salesforce, audio visual equipment, and working within a
   corporate infrastructure; 2+ years’ experience in information technology management; 2+
   years’ experience in desktop support or related field preferred; and a BA or BS in related
   field. Apply online at http://www.charleskochinstitute.org/jobs/. Added 04/13/12.

Conservative Organization – Office Manager and Executive Scheduler

   Description: The Office Manager and Executive Scheduler is responsible for clerical and
   administrative support for the leadership team of a fast paced non-profit organization seeking
   to defend the free market, individual freedoms and to keep government limited consistent
   with the Constitution. Primary duties include scheduling, making travel arrangements,
   compiling weekly briefing materials, handling logistical support for various events and
   meetings and completing general office management work as assigned. Requirements:
   Bachelor’s degree and 2-5 years of administrative experience. Please send resumes to
   NewHires2012@gmail.com. Added 04/10/12.



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AEI – Program Manager, Values and Capitalism

   Description: Job Description The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) seeks a program
   manager for its Values & Capitalism project, a project to engage college students and faculty
   with a strong emphasis on reaching out to evangelical campuses. The project, which explores
   the moral and material nature of a market economy, includes campus debates, campus
   speaking events, a faculty network, national conferences, and a book series. The principal
   objective of the Values & Capitalism program is to promote AEI’s mission on campus.
   Job responsibilities for the position include the active daily and long-term management of all
   aspects of the project. Required Experience This position requires entrepreneurial experience,
   preferably from the idea to the execution stage. The position requires excellent interpersonal,
   communication, organizational and leadership skills. The ideal candidate would have
   experience with program management, marketing, and new media. Familiarity with the
   evangelical college community is strongly preferred. Qualified applicants should submit
   their resume, cover letter, transcripts, a 500 word-writing sample and a 500 word essay
   explaining an entrepreneurial success with their online application. Apply online at
   https://aei-
   openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.dspjob&jobid=205&company_id
   =16410&version=2&jobBoardId=1112. Added 04/10/12.

Americans for Prosperity – Senior Manager of Logistics

   Description: The senior manager of logistics will oversee the strategy and implementation of
   major AFPF and AFP events including the annual Defending the American Dream Summit
   and RightOnline. Additionally, the senior manager of logistics will supervise and mentor
   three staff members within the programs department. Please note, the ability to travel
   domestically at least one week a month is required. Requirements: 5 years of professional
   experience in event planning is required; understanding of multistate events and tours is
   preferred; strong grasp of contracts and experience working and negotiating with vendors;
   and a firm commitment to advancing every individual's right to economic freedom and
   opportunity through free markets. Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary
   history/requirements to: Andrea McCarthy at hr@afphq.org with the position title in the
   subject line. Added 04/10/12.

Hillsdale College Kirby Center – Operations Manager

   Description: This is a full-time position in our Kirby Center building in Washington, D.C.
   The Operations Manager will be primarily responsible for overseeing the daily office
   activities of the Kirby Center, coordinating its growing special events, and serving as an
   intermediary between Hillsdale College’s campus and vendors in regards to maintenance and
   security of the building and other items. The operations manager will work closely with the
   Center’s assistant director on special projects and provide logistical and administrative
   support as required. Required qualifications include advanced verbal and written
   communication skills and the ability to present effectively to individuals or small groups.
   Advanced working knowledge of office software programs; word processing, spreadsheets
   etc. is preferred. Must be organized, possess an excellent work ethic, a positive attitude, and
   work with minimum supervision. A Bachelor’s degree is required and two to three years of
   work experience with displayed ability to handle administrative and programmatic tasks,
   direct special events, present pertinent research, and maintain office operations; or an
   equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to demonstrate the ability to
   perform the job. Applications will be open until position is filled. Send cover letter,


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   including a statement indicating how you intend to support the College Mission, résumé, and
   three references to: employment@hillsdale.edu or mail to Hillsdale College, Attn: Debbie
   Brown, 33 E. College St, Hillsdale, MI 49242. Added 03/30/12.

Mercatus Center – Events Associate

   Description: The Mercatus Center at George Mason University is seeking an Events
   Associate to contribute to the events team. The Events Associate will serve as a full-time staff
   member working with the Director of Events to provide support for Mercatus Center program
   and development events. Requirements: At least one year experience in event or meeting
   management; internet/web experience; and ability to work independently, quickly and under
   pressure. Submit a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to hr@mercatus.org. Added
   03/30/12.

e21 – Newsletter Analyst

   Description: e21 is seeking a newsletter analyst to create a daily morning newsletter
   highlighting political and economic news of the day. This newsletter is distributed to several
   thousand Capitol Hill staffers, financial market participants, and members of the press across
   the country. In addition, the newsletter analyst would help e21 staff with daily research, blog
   posts on the e21 site, and potentially with outreach to Capitol Hill. Salary commensurate
   with experience. Requirements: 1-3 years experience working on news aggregation;
   excellent analytical skills and keen political sense; interest in free market economic issues;
   and experience using news aggregation software. Any interested applicants can email a
   cover letter and resume to info@economics21.org. Added 03/30/12.

Mercatus Center – Online Marketing Manager

   Description: The Mercatus Center at George Mason University seeks a dynamic and creative
   Online Marketing Manager to build, implement, and manage online strategies. The position
   requires superior project management skills and a commitment to track utilization,
   performance, and traffic analytics to optimize Mercatus's online marketing efforts.
   Requirements: Three years of experience managing online strategies; experience managing
   online advertising campaigns; ability to speak geek; advanced understanding of how to use
   analytics; and knowledge of HTML and Adobe Creative Suite. To apply, please email the
   following materials to HR at Mercatus dot org: Resume and cover letter, which must include
   your philosophical interest in the mission of Mercatus Center and your desired salary. Added
   03/30/12.

American Enterprise Institute – Government Relations Associate Director

   Description: The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) seeks a full-time Government
   Relations Associate Director. The ideal candidate has significant experience as a
   congressional staffer and can also navigate the academic world and promote independent
   thinking, open debate, reasoned argument, facts, and the highest level of research and
   exposition. The Associate Director will work as part of the government relations team to
   devise effective, educational written communications, events, and meetings as well as build
   and maintain relationships with congressional offices. Requirements of the position include
   excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a flexible, organized, and enthusiastic
   personality. At least two years of work experience directly related to the legislative or
   executive branch policymaking process is required, with committee experience and more than


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   five years of work experience on Capitol Hill strongly preferred. Apply Online: https://aei-
   openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.dspjob&jobid=199&company_id
   =16410&version=2&jobBoardId=1112. Added 03/30/12.

Koch Institute – Liberty@Work Program

   7 positions available across the nation: Through the Liberty@Work program, participants
   work full-time as employees at one of many public policy organizations located in cities
   across the nation. In addition to having a substantive job, participants engage in half a day of
   professional education each week. Through interactive video technology, employees of
   various organizations come together to participate in group projects, workshops, reading
   discussions, and more, all aimed at making participants more effective advocates of liberty.
   Positions available in the following cities: Columbus, OH; Atlanta, GA; Cranston, RI;
   Columbia, SC; and St. Louis, MO. For more information on additional roles or to apply for
   Liberty@Work, please visit: www.libertyatwork.org. The application deadline is May 1st,
   2012. Have questions? Contact Rodney.Vessels@charleskochinstitute.org. Added 03/30/12.

AEI – Program Assistant, Education Policy

   Description: The American Enterprise Institute seeks a full-time program assistant to support
   AEI’s Education Policy Studies department, which works to promote policy solutions to K-12
   and higher education problems. The primary responsibility of this position is to provide
   administrative assistance to the Director and to manage the daily operations of the program.
   This includes duties such as scheduling, trip planning, record keeping, financial tracking, and
   copy editing. He/she will also coordinate the program’s popular event series, as well as high-
   level private meetings. Tasks may also include research, writing, editing, and public relations.
   The ideal candidate works well in a team and possesses excellent organizational and writing
   skills. The ability to multi-task and work well under pressure is also required, as well as a
   demonstrated interest in education policy. Qualified candidates should submit a resume,
   cover letter, and 500-word writing sample with their application. Please apply online at:
   https://aeijobs.silkroad.com. Added 03/27/12.

The Trinity Forum – Executive Assistant & Office Manager

   Description: The Trinity Forum seeks a full-time Executive Assistant/Office Manager to
   serve as assistant to Trinity Forum President as well as provide administrative and
   programmatic support for the Trinity Forum office. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree; strong
   organizational, administrative, interpersonal, logistical and project management skills; and
   strong research and writing skills. Additional project management experience will be
   available to those with skills in graphic design, website design and maintenance, marketing,
   or communications. For more information and to apply contact Luci Laffitte,
   llaffitte@ttf.org. Added 03/27/12.

Judicial Watch – FOIA Program Manager

   Description: The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Program Manager position requires an
   experienced (3-5 years) individual with knowledge of the Act, administration, procedures,
   exemptions, the appellate process and paralegal support to FOIA litigation. The Manager
   supervises and administers the day-to-day FOIA operations of Judicial Watch. They oversee
   the work of two (2) subordinate FOIA researchers. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree, 3-5
   years FOIA program experience, excellent writing skills, and web savvy. Salary


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   commensurate with experience. Please send resume and cover letter to:
   careers@judicialwatch.org. Added 03/27/12.

American Council on Science and Health – President (New York, NY)

   Description: The President of ACSH operates under the supervision of the ACSH Board of
   Trustees and provides the overall direction and execution of the organization’s mission,
   operations and strategic plan. The President promotes the mission of ACSH nationwide by
   working effectively and creatively with board members, staff, donors, the media, and related
   constituents. The ACSH Board of Trustees is currently searching for leadership to succeed
   the organization’s Founder and current President, Dr. Elizabeth Whelan. A passion for
   defending and promoting sound science is a must. To help ACSH grow, the individual must
   understand the importance of staying mission-focused and remaining non-partisan.
   Requirements: 10 years professional experience, including at least 5 years of management
   experience; a doctoral level degree in science or a medical degree; and must be able to
   demonstrate a history of positive growth in revenue, programs, and talent. Submit resume;
   cover letter (w/ interest in mission of ACSH and salary requirements); a list of three
   references; and at least 3 writing samples (geared to lay audience) to Claire Kittle,
   claire@talentmarket.org. Added 03/27/12.

Advocacy Ink – Internships (paid)

   Description: Advocacy Ink, a conservative public relations firm in Old Town Alexandria, is
   currently looking for either a full-time intern or two to three part-time interns to assist in day-
   to-day operations. Interns will be unpaid but lunch will be provided; internship is perfect for
   those looking for college credit and we will work with your university to assist with this.
   Recent college graduates looking to get their start in the D.C. area are also welcome to apply.
   Our clients include several non-profit organizations, and occasionally book and/or press
   tours. Responsibilities included direct contact with the media for client bookings, drafting and
   assisting with press release distribution, answering phones, and other tasks as necessary.
   Please send cover letter, resume and two brief writing samples to Katie LaPotin at
   Katie@advocacyink.com if interested. Added 03/23/12.

Rep. Randy Forbes (VA-04) – Press Internship

   Description: Congressman J. Randy Forbes (R-VA) has an unpaid Press Internship position
   available for the 2012 summer session in his Washington, DC office, to begin in May 2012.
   Duties include assisting communications staff with daily press operations including
   listbuilding, drafting press releases, blog entries, and speeches, planning press
   conferences/events, and performing administrative tasks. Must be highly motivated, self-
   starter, detail oriented, and possess excellent organizational and communication skills, a
   strong work ethic, a positive attitude and have the ability to manage multiple tasks on a
   deadline. The ideal candidate will be a college or graduate school student with a background
   or interest in journalism or communications. Virginia ties preferred, but not necessary.
   Interested students should submit a cover letter and resume to VA04Interns@mail.house.gov
   with "Press Internship" in the subject line by Friday, March 30th. Added 03/23/12.

ISI – Academic Program Officer (Wilmington, DE)

   Description: The Academic Program Officer is responsible for ensuring the success of
   several key ISI programs from the perspective of students, faculty, donors, and colleagues.


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   The Officer must work with every department within ISI to market the programs, meet the
   needs of donors, keep within an approved budget, coordinate with recent or forthcoming
   publications, and keep students and faculty informed about other programs available to them
   through ISI. Requirements: Master’s degree and some prior experience in program
   administration; knowledge of, and personal commitment to, ISI and its mission; and a high
   degree of motivation. Please send resume, cover letter, and references to Academic Program
   Officer, 3901 Centerville Road, Wilmington, DE 19807; or via email to
   employment@isi.org; or via fax to (302) 652-1760. Applications will be considered as
   received. Added 03/23/12.

Franklin Center – Regional Training Manager

   Description: Franklin Center for Government & Public Integrity is seeking a highly
   motivated coordinator to join its Citizen Watchdog team to plan and facilitate training
   sessions across the country. Applicants should have hands-on event planning experience, a
   strong attention to detail, and good interpersonal skills to work with various coalition groups
   and allies. Applicants should be able to manage multiple tasks at once, take ownership when
   managing a project, and identify new opportunities for recruitment and training. Finally, this
   applicant must perform well under pressure and demonstrate high level problem solving
   skills. An interest in journalism, mass media, public relations, and grassroots activism is
   preferred, but not required. Qualifications: Event planning background; grassroots training
   experience; familiarity with public speaking; and proficiency in journalism and new media.
   Please send resume to Erik Telford at Erik.Telford@franklincenterhq.org. Added 03/20/12.

America’s Future Foundation – Doublethink Editor (part-time)

   Description: For the right candidate, the editor position offers an extraordinary opportunity
   to edit a growing liberty-minded magazine with national readership, develop your own
   editorial vision, manage a publication process, and demonstrate your leadership as a
   conservative and libertarian writer and editor. The editor-in-chief will control the editorial
   content of Doublethink, and work with the Executive Director to determine the magazine’s
   marketing and outreach strategy moving forward. Requirements: 1-3 years of practical
   journalism experience; at least five published feature length (non op-ed, non interview)
   essays and articles; and a commitment to the mission and principles of America’s Future
   Foundation. The opportunity is a paid, part-time position, intended to be the primary extra-
   curricular activity of applicants. Candidates should send a resume, cover letter, and writing
   samples, to Roger Custer at roger@americasfuture.org. Added 03/20/12.

Show-Me Institute – Research Assistant (St. Louis, MO)

   Description: The Show-Me Institute (“SMI”) seeks a Research Assistant to help Policy
   Analysts in the research, execution, analysis and evaluation of public policies promoted by
   SMI. The Research Assistant will also be assigned office, development and media related
   tasks and responsibilities. Requirements: Bachelors in economics, public policy, or related
   field; attention to detail; and commitment to the principles of a free society, including limited
   government, free enterprise, and personal responsibility. To apply, please email a cover letter
   (including philosophical commitment to the mission of the Show-Me Institute and salary
   requirements), resume, and three writing samples to Brenda Talent at
   Brenda.talent@showmeinstitute.org. Added 03/16/12.

Georgia Family Council – Education Policy Specialist (Norcross, GA)


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   Description: The Center for an Educated Georgia’s Education Policy Specialist will play an
   important role in supporting CEG’s efforts to improve K-12 education in Georgia. This
   position is supported by an annual grant which has the possibility of extending to a multi-year
   position. The policy specialist will provide research, analysis, writing, and recommendations
   on education policy, working closely with CEG’s Director, other policy specialists, and the
   government affairs team. The policy specialist (either individually or in conjunction with
   others) will develop, create, and deliver a number of policy papers and publications,
   including policy briefs, research papers, bulletins, and emails regarding public education
   reform and school choice in Georgia. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree (advanced/ law
   degree preferred); knowledge of Georgia’s public schools; and strong social media skills. To
   apply, email cover letter and resume with "Education Policy Specialist" in the subject line to:
   jobs@georgiafamily.org. Added 03/16/12.

Americans for Prosperity Foundation

   Description: AFPHQ is currently looking to fill the following openings. For detailed
   descriptions and application instructions visit
   http://www.americansforprosperity.org/about/jobs. Added 03/13/12.

       1. New Mexico State Director:
       2. Montana State Director
       3. Senior Staff Accountant
       4. National Communications Manager
       5. Recruiter
       6. Deputy Field Manager
       7. Regional Development Officer

Center for Shared Services – Various Opportunities

   Description: The Center for Shared Services provides operational and best practices services
   to nonprofit organizations so they become more efficient and effective in promoting their
   principles, values, and ideas. Our mission is to provide talent and opportunity for fiscally
   conservative nonprofit organizations. We seek to identify individuals who desire to make a
   difference with their skills, talents, and abilities. Please explore the career opportunities on
   our website: http://the-css.org/career-center/. Added 03/13/12.


Mercatus Center – Scholar, Cronyism

   Description: The Mercatus Center at George Mason University seeks a scholar to examine
   cronyism and capitalism. The successful applicant will have a PhD in economics, work as
   part of the Mercatus policy research team and report to the director for policy studies.
   Responsibilities Include: Conducting primary research to examine cronyism and capitalism
   through case analyses of good and bad business behavior and outcomes; writing shorter
   policy papers as well as op-eds; participating in various academic events representing the
   Mercatus Center; and providing press interviews and testimony before Congress when
   relevant. Website: http://mercatus.org/job-postings/scholar-cronyism. Added 03/13/12.

Mercatus Center – Copyeditors & Proofreaders



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   Description: The Mercatus Center at George Mason University is currently looking for
   freelance copyeditors and proofreaders to join the publications team on an as-needed basis.
   The ideal candidate will have thorough knowledge of the Chicago Manual of Style and more
   than five years of direct experience working as a copyeditor or proofreader for a publisher or
   communications department. A master’s or bachelor’s degree in economics is a plus. To
   apply, submit a resume, cover letter (which should explain your philosophical interest in the
   mission of Mercatus), and three professional references to: hr at mercatus.org. Website:
   http://mercatus.org/job-postings/copyeditors-and-proofreaders. Added 03/13/12.

Concerned Women for America - Assistant to the Chief Financial Officer

   Concerned Women for America seeks an enthusiastic, detail oriented individual with a strong
   interest in finance and administration to work as the Assistant to the Chief Financial Officer
   in our Washington, DC office. The Assistant to the Chief Financial Officer will provide
   administrative support to the Chief Financial Officer and perform special projects and other
   duties as assigned. Primary duties include coordinating direct mail fundraising programs,
   maintaining reporting and billing accuracy, conducting writing and research, screening
   projects and correspondence for the Finance Department, managing petty cash requests, filing
   and ensuring compliance for legal documentation, and proofing printed materials for various
   projects and campaigns. Additionally, the assistant will serve as the primary administrator of
   CWA’s employee benefits package. Qualified applicants must demonstrate strong
   communication and research skills, be able to work well in a team environment, have a strong
   sense of initiative and impeccable attention to detail, and be able to multi-task in a
   professional work setting. Seeking passionately pro-life, pro-family candidates. Bachelor’s
   degree required. Please e-mail resume and cover letter to ahoward@cwfa.org. Added
   03/09/12.

Students for Liberty – Campus Coordinator

   Description: The SFL Campus Coordinator Manager (CCM) will be responsible for
   overseeing the many student volunteers that are critical to SFL’s operations. Primarily they
   will be responsible for managing the SFL Campus Coordinator Program. The Campus
   Coordinator Program is our primary initiative to identify, train, and equip promising student
   leaders to be advocates for liberty on campus and then provide them with real world
   leadership experience by organizing events, leading student groups, and building coalitions.
   The CCM will be responsible for preparing the training for the Campus Coordinators, work
   with our Regional Directors to manage the CCs during the school year, track their progress,
   and hold them accountable to stated expectations. This position requires a highly motivated
   individual who is excited by the prospect of working full time for the cause of liberty and
   believes in the need to reach out to students to change the world. Apply Here:
   http://www.tfaforms.com/230865. Added 03/09/12.

Students for Liberty – Training Coordinator

   Description: The SFL Training Coordinator (TC) will be responsible for developing and
   executing educational curriculum for both internal and external training of SFL student
   leaders. These will include developing curricula, planning training schedules, and
   teaching/overseeing the training of SFL leaders. As well, the TC will be responsible for
   increasing the number of leadership training opportunities for individuals outside SFL’s
   leadership by publishing more SFL handbooks on student organizing, arranging leadership
   training sessions at SFL conferences, and other programs. In addition to increasing the


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   amount of leadership training offered by SFL, the TC will be responsible for improving the
   quality of SFL leadership training resources. Training subjects will include best practices for
   student organizing, tactics for advancing liberty, leadership transition, the SFL culture and
   organizational structure, and more. Examples of audiences will include SFL Regional
   Conferences, Leadership Forums, and the SFL Campus Coordinators. Apply Here:
   http://www.tfaforms.com/236639. Added 03/09/12.

Franklin Center – Operations Coordinator

   Description: We seek a candidate with a high degree of customer service and pride in his/her
   performance. He/she should possess a record of project management experience, and be able
   to make sure details are not overlooked while simultaneously thinking about the big picture.
   We want a motivated individual that loves what they do with a proven track record in
   operations and/or office administration. Requirements: 3-5 years of related experience.
   Please submit a cover letter detailing your interest in this position and your interest in and
   commitment to the Franklin Center’s mission along with your resume to
   resume@franklincenterhq.org. Added 03/09/12.

Competitive Enterprise Institute – President

   Description: The Competitive Enterprise Institute is a non-profit public policy organization
   dedicated to advancing the principles of limited government, free enterprise, and individual
   liberty. Our mission is to promote both freedom and fairness by making good policy good
   politics. We make the uncompromising case for economic freedom because we believe it is
   essential for entrepreneurship, innovation, and prosperity to flourish. For more details
   (including qualifications and application instructions) visit www.talentmarket.org or contact
   Claire Kittle at claire@talentmarket.org. Added 03/02/12.

Edison Electric Institute

   Description: Edison Electric Institute (EEI), one of the nation’s premier trade associations,
   has an exceptional opportunity for a Senior Cyber and Infrastructure Security Analyst. The
   Analyst will provide issue support, including identifying cyber and infrastructure issues and
   threats; set up monitoring processes; coordinate threat assessments with members; and work
   with industry groups. The Analyst will support EEI Committees, including the CIO
   Executive Advisory Committee, the Energy Delivery Security Committee, and the Policy
   Committee for Strategic Issues. Additional duties include preparing briefing points and other
   materials, for example, drafting comments for federal rulemakings. The job requires a BS in
   computer science, engineering or a related field, with a graduate degree preferred, plus at
   least three years of related technical and policy experience. A background in the electricity or
   electric utility sector or other critical infrastructure area related to cybersecurity is a plus.
   Outstanding communication, project management and interpersonal skills are essential. A
   security clearance, or the ability to obtain one, is required. Send your résumé, salary
   requirement, and cover letter to: hrweb@eei.org (Attention: Recruitment, Sr. Cyber and
   Infrastructure Security Analyst). Added 03/02/12.

Illinois Policy Institute – Workforce Policy Director (Springfield, IL)

   Description: The Illinois Policy Institute seeks a Workforce Policy Director with excellent
   communication skills to inspire changes in hearts, minds and laws that will improve
   economic outcomes in Illinois. The ideal candidate will have a sincere interest in improving


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   the workforce and labor climate in Illinois through reforms that provide efficient use of
   taxpayer resources, properly aligned incentives and the dissolution of regulations that impede
   success. The Workforce Policy Director also will have a keen understanding of the role
   organized labor plays in state and local government generally, in the education system and in
   the private sector, and will develop recommendations for improvement. The ideal candidate
   will not be content with a career based solely in the theoretical; rather, he/she will revel in
   solving real-world problems. The ideal candidate will have a passion for communicating how
   market principles can change lives. Requirements: 5+ years experience in business field,
   academia, public policy arena or non profit. To apply send resume; cover letter (with salary
   requirements and interest in mission of IPI); writing sample; and links to media experiences
   (if applicable) to Claire Kittle at claire@talentmarket.org. Added 02/24/12.

ALEC – Education Task Force Director

   Description: The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), the nation's largest
   nonpartisan, individual membership association of state legislators, is seeking a policy expert
   to direct the Education Task Force. Candidates must have a minimum of three years of
   policy experience in education reform and higher education. The candidate must also have
   experience and contacts in this field.A strong background of working with state legislators
   and state policy issues is preferred. Qualified candidates should also have excellent writing,
   strong communication, good fundraising and organizational skills. Previous media experience
   is helpful but not necessary. Candidates must demonstrate a strong commitment to ALEC’s
   mission of promoting the Jeffersonian principles of free markets, limited government,
   federalism and individual liberty. E-mail a resume, a writing sample, and a cover letter to
   Genneya Briscoe at gbriscoe@alec.org. Added 02/24/12.

Mercatus Center – Research Coordinator, Cronyism and Financial Markets

   Description: The Mercatus Center at George Mason University seeks a research coordinator
   to help develop, solicit, and manage large volumes of scholarship for an academic and public
   policy audience, within two subject portfolios. The successful applicant will work as part of
   the Mercatus Center’s policy research team and report to the Associate Director for Policy
   Research. Requirements: Knowledge of market economics; project management
   experience; experience working in or with public policy; and graduate training in economics
   or related field preferred. Please send resume and cover letter (which must detail your
   interest in the mission of the Mercatus Center) to hr@mercatus.org. Added 02/21/12.

Project Veritas – Operations Manager

   Description: The Operations Manager will play a key role in an organization frequently
   attacked by statists and big government-types. As the Operations Manager, you will face
   public scrutiny by ideological organizations and individuals that may last indefinitely on the
   Internet and elsewhere. The ideal candidate will not be deterred by this; rather, he/she will be
   energized by the challenge. The ideal candidate will handle negative attacks with grace and
   resilience, continually keeping his/her focus on the mission at hand. Requirements: 2-3
   years of experience; project management experience; and experience handling negative press/
   opposition. Intelligence/ military background helpful. Qualified applicants should email the
   following materials to Claire Kittle, Executive Director of Talent Market, who is assisting
   with the search: Claire@talentmarket.org: resume; cover letter (including a) your deep
   philosophical interest in the mission of the organization, b) your ability to handle the



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   challenge outlined in this description, and c) your desired salary range); and a list of at least
   three references. Added 02/21/12.

ALEC – Legislative Analyst, Telecommunications and IT

   Description: The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is seeking to hire a
   legislative analyst for the Telecommunications and Information Technology Task Force. This
   position is available through the Koch Associate Program. Duties include issue and bill
   tracking; conducting research requests, coordinating logistics for events, representing ALEC
   at coalition meetings, maintaining contact lists and other tasks. This year-long job
   opportunity gives you the chance to do substantive work at a non-profit that advances
   economic freedom while also participating in weekly management training and professional
   education at the Charles Koch Institute. Applicants are generally required to have a minimum
   of a Bachelor's degree and 0-10 years work experience. Interested? Please contact Maggie
   Johnson at maggie.johnson@charleskochinstitute.org. Added 02/21/12.

Students for Liberty – Events Coordinator

   Description: Students for Liberty is looking to hire an events coordinator through the Koch
   Associate Program. The events coordinator will be responsible for conferences and events,
   including the Regional Conference, the winter International Conference and representing
   Students for Liberty at conferences throughout the year. Duties include assisting and
   coordinating students on a national level and ensuring that deadlines are met. This year-long
   job opportunity gives you the chance to do substantive work at a non-profit that advances
   economic freedom while also participating in weekly management training and professional
   education at the Charles Koch Institute. Applicants are generally required to have a minimum
   of a Bachelor's degree and 0-10 years work experience. Interested? Please contact Maggie
   Johnson at maggie.johnson@charleskochinstitute.org. Added 02/21/12.

National Journalism Center – Executive Director

   Description: The director will coordinate the day-to-day activities of the National Journalism
   Center including the supervision of its event planning, budget and finances, development, and
   internal management. The executive director would take the lead in selection of additional
   team members and coordination with the chairman, the Board of Governors, and the leaders
   of Young America's Foundation. We have a strong preference for candidates with prior
   journalism experience. Salary negotiable, but all applicants must include all prior salary
   history and references on resume/application. Please send your resume, cover letter,
   references and salary history to Hannah Jackman, Program Director, National Journalism
   Center, at hjackman@yaf.org AND Ron Robinson, President, Young America's Foundation
   at rrobinson@yaf.org. Added 02/17/12.

Charles Koch Institute - Instructor

   Description: The Charles Koch Institute seeks a Market Based Management Program
   Assistant—Instructor to support the Institute’s efforts to train educational program
   participants and internal staff on Market-Based Management® (MBM). Our goal in teaching
   management principles and tools is for the trainees to gain the tools to be more effective in
   advancing the ideas of economic freedom. Essential duties and responsibilities include
   creating, developing and leading MBM workshops, reading discussions, and other
   components of curriculum; developing new management training products; and providing


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   mentoring and coaching. Ideal candidates will possess 2-5 years relevant experience
   educating others on the ideas of a free society; a bachelor’s degree in economics, political
   science, or related discipline; and a solid understanding of and passion for economic
   freedom. Interested? Find more information and an online application at
   www.charleskochinstitute.org/jobs. Added 02/14/12.

Americans for Prosperity Foundation – Recruiter

   Description: Americans for Prosperity and Americans for Prosperity Foundation is currently
   seeking a qualified recruiter to support the Director of Human Resources with the acquisition
   process. Responsibilities will include coordinating every step of the acquisition process, from
   drafting job descriptions, posting and networking, candidate selection, phone and in person
   interviews, interview setup and advising the Director of Human Resources on job offers.
   Requirements: At least one year of recruiting experience, preferably in a non-profit setting.
   Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary history/requirements to: Andrea McCarthy at
   hr@afphq.org with the position title in the subject line. Added 02/14/12.

Charles Koch Institute - Policy Analyst and Research Fellow, Economic Freedom Project

   Description: The Charles Koch Institute seeks a Policy Analyst and Research Fellow to
   provide research support for the Institute's ongoing Economic Freedom project
   (www.economicfreedom.org). Duties and responsibilities include crafting fact-based
   narratives for products that include website posts, videos, talking points, presentations, and
   any other forms of public-facing communication; ensuring that the Project's products are
   produced in a timely manner; and identifying gaps in current research and helping to
   determine the best way to fill those gaps. Desired qualifications include a PhD in economics,
   strong written and verbal communication skills, and a strong understanding and interest in
   free markets. Interested? Find more information and an online application at
   www.charleskochinstitute.org/jobs. Added 02/14/12.

Charles Koch Institute - Project Lead, Economic Freedom Project

   Description: The Charles Koch Institute seeks a highly motivated self-starter to lead its
   Economic Freedom Project (www.economicfreedom.org). This position will direct all
   aspects of the project as well as collaborate extensively with other departments at CKI to
   achieve project and institution goals. Essential duties and responsibilities include expanding
   and executing a big-picture vision for the project, and providing direction and oversight to
   bring that goal to fruition; managing internal research areas that contribute to the project;
   overseeing cross-functional, diverse team in order to advance project vision; and building
   coalitions by developing relationships with like-minded organizations and individuals.
   Qualifications include 7+ years of professional experience, including a significant
   background in project management; a demonstrated interest, knowledge, and passion for
   ideas of economic freedom; and a proven ability to effectively guide, manage, and motivate
   team members and direct reports. Interested? Find more information and an online
   application at www.charleskochinstitute.org/jobs. Added 02/14/12.

Charles Koch Institute- Director, Policy and Research

   Description: The Charles Koch Institute seeks a Program Director to lead the policy and
   research team and work with external partners to identify, develop, and implement strategic
   opportunities to educate the public and policy makers about the relationship between


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   economic freedom, prosperity and societal progress. The Institute’s priority policy issues are
   related to economic freedom, and include but are not limited to government spending,
   cronyism, regulation, and environment. Essential duties of this position include managing the
   Institute’s overall research agenda, guiding the policy team of approximately ten staff
   members, and building relationships with key non-profits in order to disseminate research to
   organizations that are in the best position to leverage it. Qualifications include 10+ years of
   experience, with proven ability to manage a staff; a solid understanding of free market
   economics; experience working with market-oriented non-profit organizations at the state
   and/or national level; and strong program management, critical thinking, and organizational
   skills. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required; advanced degree in economics,
   political science, or related field preferred. Interested? Find more information and an online
   application at www.charleskochinstitute.org/jobs. Added 02/14/12.

Center for Arizona Policy – VP Finance/ Administration (Phoenix, AZ)

   Description: CAP is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Vice President,
   Finance & Administration to direct and manage CAP’s finances and operations in a God-
   honoring manner and to serve as a member of CAP’s executive management team leading the
   organization. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in related field; 5-7 years related experience
   (preferably in senior management positions); and strong understand of non-profit accounting
   and regulations. If you are interested in this position, please review Center for Arizona
   Policy’s website in its entirety (www.azpolicy.org) then submit a cover letter stating the
   reasons why you want to work for CAP, along with your résumé, to Christi Panter,
   christi@reisagroup.com, with a copy to Betsy McCall, betsy@reisagroup.com. Added
   02/10/12.

National Small Business Association – Membership Coordinator (part-time)

   Description: The National Small Business Association is the oldest small business advocacy
   organization in the country is seeking a part time, 5hrs per day, Membership Coordinator to
   assist with database, billing, mail and billing. Must know excel and have working knowledge
   of databases. Compensation for this position is $15-$18 hr depending on experience. Please
   send resume and cover letter to ppost@nsba.biz. Added 02/10/12.

ALEC – Commerce Insurance and Economic Development Task Force Director

   Description: Candidates must have a minimum of three years of policy experience in finance,
   banking, or insurance. The candidate must also have experience or the desire to learn the
   areas of commerce, business and government regulation, transportation and infrastructure. A
   strong background of working with state legislators and state policy issues is preferred.
   Qualified candidates will also have excellent writing, communication, fundraising and
   organizational skills. Previous media experience is helpful but not necessary. Candidates
   must demonstrate a strong commitment to ALEC’s mission of promoting the Jeffersonian
   principles of free markets, limited government, federalism and individual liberty. E-mail a
   resume, a writing sample, and a cover letter to Genneya Briscoe at gbriscoe@alec.org.
   Added 02/10/12.

Mercatus Center – Senior Regulatory Economist

   Description: The Mercatus Center at George Mason University seeks a senior regulatory
   economist to work on high profile social regulations. The successful applicant will work as


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   part of the Mercatus regulatory studies program and report to the director for policy studies.
   Requirements: Knowledge of the federal regulatory process; 3 years experience beyond the
   PhD is preferred; experience working in regulatory agencies or writing about regulatory
   issues in peer-reviewed journals. Send resume and cover letter (which must include your
   philosophical interest in the mission of Mercatus Center and your desired salary) to
   hr@mercatus.org. Added 02/10/12.

Mercatus Center – Working Paper Series Editor

   Description: The Mercatus Center at George Mason University seeks a Working Paper Series
   Editor to review academic and policy papers. Responsibilities: Reviewing original Mercatus
   research as part of the Mercatus Regulatory Studies Program, Spending and Budget Initiative
   and Financial Markets Working Group; overseeing peer review of the Mercatus working
   paper series; and ensuring research meets academic standards. Requirements: PhD in
   economics; experience with publications and editing; and a familiarity with Austrian
   economics, public choice economics, and new institutional economics. To apply, please
   email the following materials to Claire Kittle, Executive Director at Talent Market
   (claire@talentmarket.org), who is assisting with the search: resume; cover letter, which must
   include your philosophical interest in the mission of Mercatus Center; and writing sample.
   Added 02/10/12.

The Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa – Events and Operations
Coordinator

   Description: ASMEA is looking for an Events & Operations Coordinator. The Events and
   Operations Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day membership operations, event and
   conference logistics, and general administrative responsibilities of a growing and
   intellectually rigorous academic society. The environment is fast-paced as the association
   grows to meet the demands of its members with a variety of programs and services.
   Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 3 years full-time experience in a
   professional environment. Please send a cover letter and resume to info@asmeascholars.org
   with subject line as: Events & Operations Coordinator. Added 02/07/12.

International Republican Institute – Compliance Officer

   Description: An international nonprofit organization seeks Compliance Officer to be
   responsible for the organization’s overall compliance strategies, processes, policies and
   procedures related to U.S. government grant and contract regulations. Primary responsibility
   is to ensure compliance with all applicable federal laws and regulations, particularly those
   related to procurement of goods and services under USAID and DOS grants, cooperative
   agreements, and contracts. Requirements: Minimum five years of experience conducting or
   overseeing procurement under USAID contracts and grants and working knowledge of
   applicable federal government circulars (OMB A-110, A-122 and A-133); minimum three
   years of experience working with FAR and AIDAR procurement regulations; and a
   bachelor’s degree is required. If interested, please apply through our online application
   system for consideration https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=2010252. Added 02/07/12.

Family Research Council – Administrative Assistant

   Description: The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for managing the accounts
   payables process for the department. The Administrative Assistant will prepare and edit


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   reports in FRC's proprietary database; conduct research to compile information for various
   activities and reports; and complete writing projects as assigned. The Administrative
   Assistant will also assist with coordination of Family Research Council's ongoing fundraising
   marketing efforts. Requirements: The successful candidate must be an organized, focused,
   detail and task oriented, self-motivated, dependable team player with a Bachelor's degree
   from an accredited college or university and two years of experience in fundraising or an
   equivalent combination of education and experience. The successful candidate should be an
   individual who is, productive, competent, have excellent people skills and communication
   skills; both written and verbal; and be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
   Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate a knowledge and interest in
   conservative, pro-family public policy issues; a willingness to work hard, and an enthusiasm
   for FRC's mission. Send resume and cover letter to hrdept@frc.org. Added 02/07/12.

Institute for Humane Studies – Hiring and Professional Development Director

   Description: The Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) seeks an experienced professional to
   initiate, coordinate, and drive the identification, evaluation, and selection of top talent for
   open positions (including internships) at IHS. In addition to hiring processes, the HPD
   director owns all orientation, training, and performance-evaluation processes. By developing
   and maintaining professional, innovative hiring and professional-development practices, the
   HPD director ensures that IHS has a competitive advantage in attracting, retaining, and
   cultivating the very best talent, resulting in a productive, vibrant workplace and an
   organization that is highly effective in advancing its mission. This is a critical role that
   reports directly to IHS’s vice president/COO and serves the needs of a $10.6 million
   organization with more than 70 staff members. Apply online at www.theihs.org/Jobs. Added
   02/07/12.

Hudson Institute – Events Coordinator

   Description: Manage busy schedule of Hudson events, including logistics and working with
   outside vendors; also, work with Communications Department on various editorial projects.
   Requirements: B.A. Degree required. Excellent writing and editing skills are necessary.
   Experience with Microsoft Office Suite. Candidate must be an outgoing, highly organized,
   meticulous individual who pays close attention to detail. Will take initiative but also work
   well collaboratively. This position offers room for growth and expansion of responsibilities.
   Please send cover letter, resume and writing samples to Kim Bowling at HR@hudson.org or
   fax to 202- 974-2410. Added 02/03/12.

Hudson Institute – Audio Visual & Database Specialist

   Description: A/V & Database Specialist will oversee technical services, including event
   recording and filming equipment, photo and video archives, technical components of website,
   and the Kintera Sphere database for media and scholar/event contacts. Requirements: B.A.
   Degree and 2-5 years of experience. A/V proficiency, including audio and video editing
   software, and demonstrated website development experience are necessary. Database
   experience a plus. Excellent writing and editing skills are required. Experience with
   Microsoft Office Suite. Please send cover letter, resume and writing samples to Kim
   Bowling at HR@hudson.org or fax to 202- 974-2410. Added 02/03/12.

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   Description: Reason Foundation is looking to hire an advertising sales manager through the
   Koch Associate Program. The advertising sales manager will be responsible for increasing
   revenue from advertisements and collaborating with the business development team to
   identify opportunities to improve sales. This year-long job opportunity gives you the chance
   to do substantive work at a non-profit that advances economic freedom while also
   participating in weekly management training and professional education at the Charles Koch
   Institute. Applicants are generally required to have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree and 0-
   10 years work experience. Interested? Please contact us at
   recruiting@charleskochinstitute.org. For more information or to apply for the Koch Associate
   Program please visit www.kochassociateprogram.org. Added 02/03/12.

Other Non-Profit Organizations

National Non-profit - Senior Lobbyist

   National non-profit organization seeks a senior government relations professional to help pass
   legislation at the state and federal level. Responsibilities include travel to state capitals and
   interacting with media, legislators, congressional staff, and grassroots groups to promote the
   organization’s agenda. The ideal candidate will be personable, organized, and capable of
   mastering details of public policy issues. Previous high level government relations experience
   required, experience in fundraising helpful. Excellent benefits package includes medical,
   dental, and vision coverage in a convenient downtown location. Candidates should send
   resume and cover letter to Chairman@usenglish.org. Added 02/10/12.

Private Sector
Private Sector Organization – Congressional Coordinator

   Description: Incumbent will handle telephone inquiries for office members; manage
   calendars; coordinate travel arrangements; submit expense reports; coordinate room
   reservations, catering services, and details for legislative meetings; manage coalition
   membership lists; coordinate, edit, and proofread letters and other correspondence to
   Congressional offices, the Administration; coordinate electronic dissemination of
   correspondence; maintain files on legislative issues and letters to the House and Senate;
   cover hearings and coalition meetings; organize information to be submitted for lobbying
   reports; proofread and facilitate approval of Congressional correspondence. Requirements:
   Bachelor’s degree and 1-3 years related experience; strong writing, editing, and research
   skills; strong communications and organizational skills; ability to work independently;
   proficiency in MS Office; and familiarity with Capitol Hill and legislative process. Email
   application materials to Elizabeth Parker at scuniversities@gmail.com. Added 04/17/12.

State Policy Network – Operations Assistant

   Description: State Policy Network is looking for an enthusiastic and trustworthy Operations
   Assistant immediately. We are an organization in the midst of exciting growth, and we need
   someone with the skills, energy and savvy to support the day-to-day tasks of our Operations
   and Outreach team. This position will report to the Operations Coordinator. This must be
   someone with a high degree of customer service. They should have excellent organizational
   skills and the ability to multi-task. We are looking for a motivated individual who is very


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   detail-oriented but who has the ability to think about the big picture as well. Requirements:
   Entry-level, but would prefer someone with 1-3 years administrative experience; experience
   with Microsoft Office; and experience using a database. Send resume and cover letter (which
   should include salary requirements and an explanation of your philosophical interest in the
   mission of SPN) to Joanne Parker, parker@spn.org. Added 04/06/12.

BAE Systems – Office Manager/ Staff Officer

   Description: Independently performs a wide range of functions and tasks, which require
   vision, leadership, and proficiency in developing, explaining and implementing policy.
   Requirements: Bachelors degree (or equivalent combination of education and experience);
   2+ years of related experience; experience and demonstrated competency performing general
   staff officer duties with general supervision; experience in gathering information to
   synthesize functional needs; and ability to support studies and assessments. Apply Online:
   http://www.baesystems.jobs/job_detail.asp?JobID=1808521&emid=3640. Added 04/06/12.

Freedom House – Program Associate, Freedom of Expression

   Description: The Program Associate will assist with coordinating activities related to the
   global freedom of expression campaign and with the administration and logistics of program
   implementation. He/she will report to the Program Manager. Funding for this program runs
   through September 2012 and continued employment is contingent upon extension.
   Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in political science, international relations or related;
   minimum six months of related experience; knowledge of human rights principles and
   mechanism; and knowledge of democracy promotion. Qualified candidates should send a
   resume, and cover letter with salary history and desired salary (only candidates who send
   salary requirements will be considered for the position) to: recruiting@freedomhouse.org or
   fax at (202) 822-3893, Attention: HR Dept., referencing 2012-018 PA FOE. Added
   04/03/12.

Holsman International – Senior Executive Assistant

   Description: Holsman International is seeking a full-time senior executive assistant for its
   Washington, D.C. office. The candidate will be responsible for overseeing daily office
   operations, managing communications and correspondence, and supervising administrative
   support for the CEO. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree; minimum of 5 years post-graduate
   experience; excellent writing skills; and experience in international affairs a plus. Please
   send a cover letter and resume by e-mail to nokeefe@holsmaninternational.com. Added
   04/03/12.

Freethink Media – Graphic Designers

   Description: Freethink Media is a video and film production shop based in Washington, DC.
   Our focus is on themes related to freedom, human achievement and well-being. We really dig
   authentic storytelling that moves people and makes them think differently. We’re in the
   market for additional graphic designers -- both as full-time employees and as part-time
   contractors. Requirements: Proficiency in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop and 2+ years
   work experience in design, preferably applied to video and film production or presentation
   design. For more information email clay@freethinkmedia.com. Added 04/03/12.

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   Description: As an Administrative Assistant, you're at the heart of your team's business
   operations and activities and the soul that keeps your team moving forward. You anticipate
   the needs of your managers and team members and help them stay focused on their projects
   by resolving operational and administrative issues before they arise. You move quickly with
   the changing environment and are up to date with the latest Google products and services.
   You also use that knowledge to strategically support your team's projects. In addition to being
   organized and analytical, you possess the strong business judgment and communication skills
   needed to interact with a variety of people and job functions. Minimum Qualifications:
   BA/BS degree (In lieu of degree, 4 years relevant work experience). To apply visit
   http://www.google.com/intl/en/jobs/uslocations/washington-dc/admin/administrative-
   assistant-public-policy-washington-d-c/. Added 03/20/12.

Web and IT
Berman and Company – Web Developer

   Description: Berman and Company, a small public affairs/research and communications firm
   seeks a mid-level Web Developer to join our in-house online media team. We maintain
   roughly 30+ websites on behalf of multiple high-profile clients and launch custom websites
   based on new message campaigns/projects. This position features many opportunities for the
   right candidate to take ownership over projects and be rewarded for entrepreneurialism.
   Candidates who want to use their creativity to make complex, controversial ideas resonate
   with the public should apply. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree; 3-5 years experience
   designing/managing dynamic websites; proficient in PHP; experience with MVC
   frameworks; experience with database administration; experience with Adobe suite a plus;
   and a belief in free markets and limited government. Competitive salary commensurate
   with experience. Send your résumé and a link to your online portfolio or a list of live
   websites that showcase your work to Eastlick@BermanCo.com. Added 03/30/12.

National Association of Realtors – Web Content Strategist

   Description: Web content strategists manage the quality and presentation of REALTOR.org
   content, and ensure that it addresses the goals of both the association and the site’s visitors.
   This position requires a high-energy, self-directed, deadline-oriented individual who has
   exceptional communication skills. Please note: this is neither a graphic design position nor a
   highly technical Web development role. Expert in content strategy BA in Journalism,
   Communications, or related field Minimum of 5 years’ experience in Web editing/publishing
   Excellent consulting, writing, editing, proofreading, and communication skills Demonstrated
   ability to translate institutional language into plain English Understanding of information
   architecture and user-centric Web design Experience with content management systems,
   working with metadata, and enforcing Web site editorial style and standards Functional
   understanding of Web graphic design, layout, and presentation. Apply Online:
   http://realtors.org/jobs. Added 02/28/12.


Fellowships
The Mercatus Center at GMU – MA Fellowship Program



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Description: The Mercatus Center at George Mason University is currently accepting
applications for Fall 2012 entry into the Mercatus MA Fellowship program. With just a few days
left to apply, the deadline is currently April 20th. The Mercatus MA Fellowship is a competitive
program for students who are interested in pursuing an advanced degree in applied economics in
preparation for a career in public policy. Full tuition and a generous stipend are included in the
fellowship which is aimed at students interested in advanced training in economics, but who do
not anticipate a career in academia. While earning an MA in economics from George Mason
University, Mercatus MA Fellows work 20 hours a week with Mercatus Center scholars and have
the opportunity to author or co-author policy studies, academic papers, and op-eds. Graduates
have gone on to positions in a number of government agencies including the Joint Economic
Committee, the Office of Management and Budget, and the Federal Emergency Management
Agency, as well as non-profit policy research centers. Interested students must apply for
admission into the GMU MA program and the Mercatus MA fellowship simultaneously. More
information about the program is available at http://grad.mercatus.org/graduate/ma-fellowship.
Interested students should feel free to get in touch with Leck Shannon at
MAFellows@mercatus.org with questions or to discuss whether they might be good candidates
for the program. Apply Online: http://grad.mercatus.org/graduate/ma-fellowship. Added
04/03/12.

Senate Subcommittee (Minority) – Policy-based Graduate Fellowship
Description: Republican U.S. Senate subcommittee staff seeks a highly motivated individual for
policy-based Graduate Fellowship from April 3 to June 29 of 2012. Graduate students, law
students, attorneys, and recent graduates with work experience are encouraged to apply.
Preference given to candidates with demonstrated interest in law, public finance, defense
spending, government reform, energy security, international security, and cyber-security.
Candidates must be professional, courteous, detail-oriented, and committed to confidentiality.
Successful candidates will have research experience, superior writing ability, willingness to
complete projects independently and within teams, and strong analytical skills. This fellowship is
unpaid and hours are flexible. Academic credit offered at discretion of college or university. To
apply, please send resume in body of email to senate_employment@saa.senate.gov indicating job
referral number 221691 in the subject line. No attachments accepted. Deadline: March 30, 2012
(early applications encouraged). Added 03/16/12.

Gloucester Institute – 2012 Morton Fellowship Program
Description: The Gloucester Institute (TGI), is now accepting applications for the 2012 Moton
Fellowship summer Program. This eight-week summer internship offers a select group of highly
motivated undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to experience one-on-one
coaching and mentoring from leading experts and practitioners in the business, government and
nonprofit sectors. The program recruits exceptional students to a fellowship designed to produce
the next generation of world-class leaders. Fellows are selected to work at the Gloucester
Institute's administrative office in downtown Richmond, Virginia and receive a $2,000 stipend.
 Applications are available at http://www.gloucesterinstitute.org/programs/cappahosic.html, and
the deadline for submission is April 2, 2012. The Fellowship begins June 4, 2012. Added
02/24/12.


Internships
Rep. Rob Woodall (GA-07) – Press Internship




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Description: Congressman Rob Woodall has an immediate full- time/part-time press internship
available in his Washington, D.C., office. Ideal candidates should also be personable, energetic
and proactive. Qualifications include strong writing skills, a fine attention to detail, and an ability
to meet strict deadlines. The internship is unpaid. Interested candidates should submit a cover
letter and resume in PDF format to woodallpress@gmail.com with “Press Internship” in the
subject line. Added 04/20/12.

Morality in Media – Internship (w/ Intent for Permanent Position)
Description: Morality In Media and Pornography Harms is looking for a paid intern with the
potential for full-time employment. This internship is designed for individuals with a strong
desire to make a difference. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for pro-family
values and women and children’s rights. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, you
will assist in every aspect of running a national non-profit. You will help write proposals and
grants, develop and execute campaign strategies, attend meetings with key leaders on Capitol Hill
and others, research, network, help manage analytics, help maintain and develop partnerships.
We are looking to hire someone permanently and plan to offer a full-time, salaried position with
benefits to one that has successfully completed a 3-5 month internship. Send cover letter and
resume to Tammy at tammy@moralityinmedia.org or call 202-393-7245 with inquiries. Added
04/17/12.

Rep. Tom McClintock (CA-04) – Summer Internship Opportunities
Description: Congressman Tom McClintock (CA-04) is looking for full or part time summer
interns for his Washington D.C. office. Applicants should possess conservative values and hold
strong written and verbal communication skills. Duties include (but are not limited to) performing
administrative tasks, attending Congressional hearings, leading Capitol tours, answering phones,
sorting mail, and helping legislative staff with research. Start and end dates are negotiable. While
this is an unpaid internship, we are happy to work with current students looking to receive college
credit for their internship. Interested applicants should send resume and brief cover letter
summarizing their interest in working for Congressman McClintock to
Chris.Tudor@mail.house.gov with “McClintock Internship 2012” as the subject line. Added
04/17/12.

Conservative House Member – Immediate Internship Opportunity
Description: College students or recent grads needed for an internship in a House Republican
office (Washington, DC). This position needs to be filled immediately. Duties include answering
phones, sorting and distributing mail, conducting Capitol tours, and other tasks for office staff.
Please send a cover letter and resume to tnhouseinternship@gmail.com. Added 04/17/12.

International Republican Institute – Communications Division Intern (Paid)
Description: The communications division intern will photograph IRI meetings and events; help
maintain IRI’s photo library; assist in drafting news releases, web stories, newsletter stories and
other materials; and perform other duties as assigned. Applications are invited from
undergraduate or graduate students who have knowledge or significant interest in media affairs,
communications, politics or international affairs. Coordination around a class schedule is
possible. Please send a resume and cover letter to mnalin@iri.org. Added 04/13/12.

Rep. Bill Cassidy (LA-06) – Immediate Internship
Intern- Congressman Bill Cassidy is looking for a full or part time intern to begin immediately.
Candidate should be organized, responsible, and have good communication skills. Duties will
include answering phones, sorting and distributing mail, running errands, and helping staff as



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necessary. No previous Hill experience necessary. All interested applicants should e-mail their
cover letter and resume to taylor.ashy@mail.house.gov. Added 04/13/12.

Conservative House Member – Paid Intern
Description: Conservative Republican is looking for a paid, full-time intern to begin
immediately. A qualified candidate will be very well-organized, responsible, dependable, and
have good oral and written communication skills. Duties will include answering phones, sorting
and distributing mail, running errands, and aiding the Staff Assistant and Legislative Staff as
necessary. This position should lead to a full time Staff Assistant position within a few months.
Interns will often act as a direct liaison between the member and constituents. No previous Hill
experience necessary. All interested applicants should e-mail their cover letter and resume to
il8thjobs@gmail.com. Added 04/10/12.

Rep. Joe Barton (TX-06) – Summer Interns
Description: The Office of Congressman Joe Barton is seeking qualified full time interns for the
Summer semester. In addition to assisting staff with administrative duties, interns will have the
opportunity to attend briefings, assist legislative staff with research and guide constituent tours.
Texas ties are a plus. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume with references
to, BartonDC.Interns@mail.house.gov. Added 04/06/12.

Glenn Beck TV – Internships
Description: Glenn Beck’s new HD streaming video network, GBTV, is looking for self-
motivated, out-of-the box creative thinkers to intern at their Dallas studio 4 days a week this
summer. If you like what you see on TV, than this internship is NOT for you. We want a fresh
perspective that will help set our network apart from the rest! Interns will be responsible for
creating new and innovative graphics to be used on GBTV. Chosen interns must enjoy working in
a fast-paced, creative environment and be independent thinkers willing to throw the creative rule
book out the window. If you are interested in the changing landscape of television and aspire to
be a trailblazer we want to hear from you! All candidates must submit 3 – 5 portfolio samples,
60-90 seconds in length (graphic animation or video short), be prolific in MAC and have a basic
understanding of Final Cut, After Effects and the Adobe Suite products. To apply, please submit
your resume, a 300 word or less cover letter explaining why you'd be the perfect intern for our
program, portfolio samples and signed submission release form to gbtvintern@gbtv.com. Added
04/06/12.

Conservative FL Congressman – Immediate Paid Internship
Description: A Congressman from Florida is currently looking for a PAID intern to join his
Washington D.C. staff immediately and continue through the end of August 2012. Daily duties
include, but are not limited to: answering phones, distributing mail, conducting Capitol tours for
constituents, attending hearings and briefings, and assisting legislative staff with various projects.
Ideal candidates will possess excellent oral and written communication skills, attention to detail, a
friendly disposition toward life and work, and be comfortable in a fast-paced working
environment. Florida ties are preferred, but not necessary. If interested, please email a resume and
cover letter to katie.mcauliffe@mail.house.gov. Added 04/03/12.

CBS Radio – Politics Interns
Description: The Politics Intern will support CBS Local Website and streaming digital content
reporting to the Director of Politics. Support for day-to-day politics content, including posts,
interactive products, mobile apps, and streaming. Requirements: Prior experience in a
professional environment; 3.0 minimum GPA; excellent written, verbal, and organization skills;
and punctuality. Preference for a rising college junior/ senior with a political connection. Apply


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online at:
https://sjobs.brassring.com/EN/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=257935&partnerid=25084&site
id=5132&type=search&JobReqLang=1. Added 04/03/12.

Millennium Challenger Corporation – Student Volunteer Internship Program
Description: The MCC Student Volunteer Internship Program is recruiting for its Summer 2012
session. Internships are provided for students with a desire to work in the international
development field and/or public sector and assignments are designed to complement the intern's
educational pursuits while meeting the expressed needs of the agency and individual MCC
departments. Selected candidates will function in an assistant capacity performing technical and
administrative tasks to support mission-related functions and agency business operations. Tasks
will primarily consist of conducting research and applying analytical and evaluative methods to
produce factual reports and other forms of official correspondence and materials for MCC senior
leadership and the public; data management; proofing and editing; tracking deadlines and action
items; attending meetings and preparing summary notes for distribution; and staffing agency
events. Apply online at: http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/313201000. Added
04/03/12.

Conservative CA Congressman – Immediate Internship
Description: Congressman from California is currently looking for unpaid to begin immediately
and continue through May 30, 2012. Daily duties include, but are not limited to: answering
phones, distributing mail, conducting Capitol tours for constituents, attending hearings and
briefings, and assisting legislative staff with various projects. Ideal candidates should possess
excellent oral and written skills and be comfortable in a fast-paced working
environment. California ties are preferred, but not necessary. If interested, please email a
resume, cover letter, and list of references to resumeslhob@gmail.com. Added 03/30/12.

Conservative Florida Congressman - Immediate Paid Internship Opportunity
Description: A Congressman from Florida is currently looking for a PAID intern to join his
Washington D.C. staff immediately and continue through the end of August 2012. Daily duties
include, but are not limited to: answering phones, distributing mail, conducting Capitol tours for
constituents, attending hearings and briefings, and assisting legislative staff with various projects.
Ideal candidates will possess excellent oral and written communication skills, attention to detail, a
friendly disposition toward life and work, and be comfortable in a fast-paced working
environment. Florida ties are preferred, but not necessary. If interested, please email a resume
and cover letter to http://carter.house.gov/katie.mcauliffe@mail.house.gov. Added 03/30/12.

Hillsdale College Kirby Center – Summer 2012 Internship Program
Description: The Hillsdale College Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and
Citizenship offers numerous internships throughout the year. Divided into spring, summer, and
fall classes, our full-time, paid interns will promote the College's mission of liberal arts and
responsible citizenship in Washington by working alongside Kirby Center staff. To apply, please
submit the following application materials to kirbycenter@hillsdale.edu: Cover letter, indicating
your preferred area(s) of focus and interest in working for Hillsdale College; Resume, with
particular attention to qualifications for your preferred area of focus; Two references and/or a
letter of recommendation by previous employers or collegiate professors; and An academic
writing sample, no longer than 3 pages in length. Summer Internships begin in May and conclude
in August. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis through April 14. Pay starts at
$9.00/hour, commensurate with experience. Start and end dates are negotiable. Added 03/27/12.

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Description: The office of Congressman Doug Lamborn has an immediate opening for
internships in his Washington DC office. Duties include, but are not limited to: working with the
Chief of Staff, Legislative Director and Legislative Aides in drafting constituent correspondence,
attending congressional hearings and briefings, answering phones, sorting mail and conducting
tours of the Capitol. If interested, please send a resume and cover letter to Brandon Miller at
Brandon.miller@mail.house.gov indicating "Internship" in the subject line. Added 03/27/12.

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-05) – Spring Internships
Description: Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-05) is currently seeking
applications for unpaid spring interns in the Washington, D.C. office. Duties include answering
telephones, collecting constituent information, drafting correspondence, greeting visitors and
performing tours. This is a great opportunity for college students and graduates seeking Capitol
Hill experience. Washington state ties are preferred but not required. Interested candidates
should submit a resume and cover letter to Michelle Creek at michelle.creek@mail.house.gov.
Added 03/27/12.

Rep. Michele Bachmann (MN-06) – Immediate and Summer Internships
Description: The Office of Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is seeking a full-time intern to
start right away and summer interns to start in the middle of May. They would like highly skilled
interns that are motivated, detail orientated, and personable. The ideal candidate will have
excellent research and writing abilities, be able to multi-task and interact well with constituents.
These are unpaid positions, but the interns will have the opportunity to experience working on
Capitol Hill, learn about the legislative process, and attend briefings of interest. Responsibilities
include answering the phone, giving tours of the Capitol, assisting with constituent
correspondence, and supporting the legislative staff on various projects. Minnesota ties are a
plus. Interested candidates should send a cover letter with availability and a resume to
Kevin.Wysocki@mail.house.gov by March 23rd. Added 03/16/12.

The Laura Ingram Show – Internship
Description: The Laura Ingraham Show is looking for young, motivated, politically astute
individuals to intern for the radio show. The show is broadcast on over 300 stations and listened
to by more than 6 million people each week. Experience in radio is preferred but not required.
Candidates MUST have a strong academic record and references. Over the course of the
internship, you will help out in all different aspects of production including guest booking,
segment production and sound production. This is a great opportunity for college students to be
involved in the national conversation everyday on a national platform. It will provide you with
insight into what it takes to produce a quality radio show on a daily basis. Those who are
interested must send a cover letter and resume to: ingrahamshow@gmail.com. Added 03/16/12.

Rep. Gary Miller (CA-42) – Paid Internship
Description: Congressman Gary Miller, a Southern California Republican, is seeking a paid, full-
time intern for his Washington, DC office. Responsibilities include answering office phone,
sorting incoming mail and helping with legislative and administrative tasks. Applicants should be
well organized, able to handle multiple responsibilities, detail-oriented and friendly and
outgoing. Southern California ties preferred. Please send resume and cover letter to
sierra.seevers@mail.house.gov. Added 03/16/12.

U.S. Representative Don Manzullo (IL-16) –Internship
Description: The office of Rep. Manzullo (IL-16) is seeking interns immediately. We are flexible
on start/end dates. We do not offer housing, but can provide information on some housing
options in the area. Interns in our office will forge working relationships with staff and are able


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to interact with a Member of Congress. They perform administrative roles in the office, but
active, competent interns are often tasked with special projects, as well. Interested applicants
should send a resume to Loren.hoekstra@mail.house.gov. Added 03/13/12

Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-09) – Spring & Summer Interns
Description: Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-09) is looking for Spring and Summer
interns for his Washington D.C. office, available to start immediately or in May. Applicants
should possess conservative values, be personable, and have strong writing skills. Duties include
performing administrative tasks, attending Congressional hearings, leading Capitol tours for
constituents, and helping legislative staff with research on important projects. Interns will also
have the opportunity to work on issues that interest him or her. This position is great for Capitol
Hill experience. Start and end dates are negotiable and both part/full-time positions are
available. Interested applicants should send resume and brief cover letter summarizing their
interest in working for Rep. Luetkemeyer to Kristina.Weger@mail.house.gov with “Summer
Internship” as the subject. Added 03/13/12.

Rep. Mike Coffman (CO-6) – Immediate Internship
Description: Congressman Mike Coffman (R-CO) has an immediate opening for a full-time,
unpaid internship in his Washington, D.C. office. Duties include answering telephones and
greeting visitors, collecting constituent information, researching legislation and policy issues, and
assisting communications, administrative and legislative staff. Must be highly motivated, self-
starter, detail oriented, and posses excellent organizational and communication skills, a strong
work ethic, a positive attitude and have the ability to manage multiple tasks on a deadline. This is
a great opportunity for college students and graduates seeking Capitol Hill experience. Colorado
ties preferred, but not necessary. Interested students should submit a cover letter and resume to
Danielle.adams@mail.house.gov with “Internship” in the subject line. Added 03/09/12.

American Conservative Union – Internship Program
Description: The American Conservative Union is looking to fill internship positions for the
remainder of the semester. The ACU Internship Program provides a unique professional
development experience designed to give participants first-hand knowledge of the state of the
American conservative movement and our efforts to grow and strengthen it. Interns are tasked
with a number of exciting responsibilities, from assisting in grassroots advocacy to helping plan
and present our annual CPAC event, the nation’s largest annual gathering of conservatives. Each
prospective intern should: possess a genuine interest in supporting the conservative movement; be
detail-oriented, energetic and trustworthy; have basic knowledge of Microsoft Office programs
and popular social networking platforms; possess good research skills; and be a team player with
the ability to work in fast-paced environment. Interns will perform tasks in many areas including:
Communications and Media Relations, Development and Membership Recruitment, and CPAC
planning and execution. Interested individuals are encouraged to email resumes and direct
questions internships@conservative.org. Added 03/06/12.

House Committee on Small Business – Internship
Description: The House Committee on Small Business majority staff is seeking candidates to
immediately fill a paid internship position. Responsibilities will include both administrative and
press functions, such as answering phones, greeting visitors, researching legislative issues,
attending meetings, assisting with hearing preparation, and taking photos during hearings, among
other things. Candidates should be self-motivated, dependable, enthusiastic, flexible, and
computer-literate. Please e-mail your cover letter and resume to
Housesmallbusinessgop@mail.house.gov. Added 03/06/12.



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Capitol Research Center – Internship
Description: Capital Research Center, a conservative, non-profit think tank in Washington, DC,
is seeking part-time interns for the research department. Interns will work with editors in
preparation of research papers, newspaper columns, and web content. Strong writing, research
skills a must. Contact Intern Program Coordinator Matt Patterson at
mpatterson.column@gmail.com with resume and writing sample. Added 03/06/12.

Rep. Francisco “Quico” Canseco (TX-23) – Internships
Description: Description: Congressman Francisco “Quico” Canseco (TX‐23) is currently seeking
applications for summer and fall interns in his Washington, D.C. office. Applicants should be
detail oriented, possess exceptional oral and written communication skills, and have an
enthusiasm for the legislative process. Interested applicants should direct their cover letter and
resume to tx23internships@gmail.com with “Internship” in the subject line. Texas ties are not
required but preferred. The internship is unpaid; however we will fill out any necessary
information for students to receive credit at their college or university. Added 03/06/12.

OMB Watch – Public Policy Internship
Description: The government transparency intern will join our work by assisting with:
Monitoring, research, and analysis of open government issues such as right to know, e-
government, and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Writing and editing blog posts,
articles, and other communications materials. Other program responsibilities as needed, including
administrative and clerical tasks. Required qualifications: Knowledge of, and interest in, U.S.
public policy and governmental process. Enrolled in or recently completed an undergraduate or
graduate program. Computer knowledge including Microsoft Office. Ability to work
independently. Available to work at least 20 hours per week. Send a cover letter, one-page
resume, and writing sample to hiring@ombwatch.org with the subject line "Government
Transparency Internship." In the cover letter, indicate your preferred start and end dates, the days
and hours you would be available to work, and whether you are enrolled in a work-study
program. Your writing sample can be from coursework or other experience addressing a U.S.
public policy issue. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, which will not be
before March 19, 2012. Added 03/02/12.

Rep. Doc Hastings (WA-04) – Spring Internships
Description: Congressman Doc Hastings (WA-04) is currently seeking applications for spring
interns in his Washington, D.C. personal office. Congressman Hastings is the Chairman of the
House Natural Resources Committee, so the office is always very busy. Although no two days are
the same, internship duties will include attending policy briefings, answering phones, sorting
mail, assisting with constituent correspondence, performing research, and a variety of other
administrative tasks. Internship Applicants should be detail oriented, possess excellent
communication skills, and have a positive attitude. Washington state ties are preferred but not
required. Interns will be immersed in the congressional process and their work will provide
valuable experience for future endeavors. Interested candidates should direct their cover letter and
resume to Robert Biestman at Robert.Biestman@mail.house.gov with “INTERNSHIP” in the
subject line. The internship is unpaid. Added 03/02/12.

Conservative Southern Congressman – Immediate Internship
Description: Internship – A southern Conservative Congressman is seeking applicants for an
immediate opening for an unpaid internship. An internship in the office will provide a valuable
hands-on experience and a greater understanding of the legislative process. Responsibilities
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constituents inquiries, handling incoming mail and data entry, giving visiting constituents tours of
the Capitol, and performing general office duties. Southern ties are a plus, but not required.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to congressional.interns@gmail.com.
Please include your dates of availability. Added 02/28/12.

Southern Conservative House Member – Press Intern
Description: Southern Member seeks press interns for Washington, D.C. office to begin
immediately and extend through the summer. Internships run throughout the fall, spring or
summer semesters for qualified college juniors and seniors, or recent college graduates. Duties
include but are not limited to: monitoring social media sites, tracking press coverage for district-
specific and Washington media, assisting with constituent visit photos, photography of committee
hearings and other events, answering phones, running errands, and answering constituent letters
on various issues before the House. As a result, interns learn how a successful press team operates
and learn about the legislative process and the many other functions of a congressional office.
The hours are flexible to accommodate students' course schedules, but generally run 9:00 a.m. to
6:00 p.m. when Congress is in session, and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. when not in session. Applicants
should possess a great work ethic; have an interest in developing a career in communications, and
strong writing skills. Southern and rural ties are ideal, but are not required. Interested candidates
should e-mail their cover letter, resume and writing sample to: ar01jobs@gmail.com as soon as
possible. Added 02/28/12.

Americans for Prosperity Foundation – Summer 2012 Paid Internships
Description: AFPF’s Summer Internship Program begins May 23rd and ends August 12th. All
interns during the summer are expected to work full time. AFPF is committed to attracting the
best and brightest talent to our internship program, both at headquarters and in our state chapters.
We equip interns with life-long career skills to enable them to more effectively change the
cultural dialogue towards free market philosophy. Interns have the opportunity to work closely
with headquarters and state staff on substantive projects to advance the cause of liberty.
Prospective interns may be rising college sophomores, juniors, seniors, recent graduates, post-
graduate students with a commitment to limited government and increasing economic freedom
through free markets. To apply for an internship, please visit our internship page at
www.americansforprosperity.org. Please fill out our application and send to Bonnie Wunderlich
at InternsAFP@afphq.org with the subject line, “Internship (Season) (Year).” Added 02/24/12.

The Institute on Religion and Democracy – Summer 2012 Internship
Description: The IRD has internship opportunities year round, and is currently accepting
applications for Summer 2012 internships. Interns will have the opportunity to do substantial
work including writing, research, website upkeep, social media, and other tasks. Applicants must
be enrolled or recently graduated from an accredited four year university. Application deadline is
Tuesday, April 10th. For more information and to apply visit:
http://www.theird.org/page.aspx?pid=219. Added 02/24/12.

Center for Security Policy – Internships
Description: The Center, dedicated to educating the Washington community on a wide variety of
security, defense and foreign policy issues, requires volunteer interns year round. Although there
is occasional clerical work, interns are primarily responsible for performing substantive research
and analysis and for writing reports geared towards the Center's timely publications concerning
national security affairs. An internship at the Center for Security Policy is a unique opportunity in
this regard. As part of the program, interns work closely with Center executives gaining
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commitment of 15 hours/week during the school year and 25 hours/week during the summer is
required, but hours and days are flexible, as are start dates and duration of internship. This is an
unpaid internship. Apply Online: http://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/1241.xml. Added
02/21/12.

Concerned Women for America – Ronald Reagan Internship Program (paid)
Description: Want to work for the right side? Want to get paid to put your Christian political
worldview passion into practice? Concerned Women for America is looking for 6 interns to join
our Ronald Reagan Internship Program. We focus on six core issues: the traditional family, the
sanctity of human life, religious liberty, education, pornography and sex trafficking, and national
sovereignty. If you are highly motivated, a great writer, interested in politics and ready to gain
experience, come join Concerned Women for America to work in one of our exciting fields
paying $125/week: Grassroots/Media Development, Legislation and Public Policy, Field
Department, Beverly LaHaye Institute, CWA Legislative Action Committee. $200/week-
Development and Donor Relations. Our interns attend events, network with experts, and are
trained by movers and shakers in DC, learning to utilize prayer and action to affect public policy.
Accepting applications immediately. Department placement on first come, first serve basis. Apply
here: http://www.cwfa.org/internships.asp. Added 02/17/12.

Susan B. Anthony List – Pro-Life Internships
Description: The Susan B. Anthony List is accepting applications for Summer 2012 Internships.
Applicants should be self-starters with good communication skills and must possess the ability to
balance multiple demands and work with shifting priorities and deadlines. Interns are responsible
for assisting in the day-to-day operations of our organization. Duties will be divided between
typical daily administrative support and larger projects such as: event planning, fundraising,
legislative and political research, and drafting articles for our blog and website. Ideal candidates
will have an interest in non-profit advocacy work and pro-life politics. Deadline for applications
is April 1, 2012. The Susan B. Anthony List is also willing to work with students to gain college
credit for their internship experience. Interested students can send a resume, cover letter, and
application to the attention of Emily Rose Goellner at egoellner@sba-list.org. The best applicants
will explain their interest in pro-life politics and what they hope to gain from an internship at the
SBA List. More information can be found on our website at www.sba-list.org. Added 02/14/12.

Rep. Patrick McHenry (NC-10) – Internships
Description: Congressman Patrick McHenry (NC-10) is currently accepting resumes for a full-
time, unpaid internship position in his Washington, DC office. Responsibilities include
answering phones, guiding tours of the Capitol, drafting constituent correspondence, and other
duties as assigned. Candidates should possess strong organizational skills, the ability to multi-
task, and be prepared to work in a fast-paced, professional environment. North Carolina ties are a
plus but are not required. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and copy of their
resume to NC10interns@gmail.com with "Internship" in the subject line. Added 02/10/12.

The Pinkston Group – Editorial Intern
Description: The Pinkston Group, a public relations firm in Northern Virginia, is looking to hire
an intern who will help with writing projects. The ideal candidate will have considerable writing
experience and/or degree in Journalism, English or Communications. Job duties will include
writing and editing press releases, op-eds, speeches, talking points and other briefing materials
and providing research and support for the firm’s writers. Very good writing skills are a
requirement. Demonstrably excellent writing skills will dramatically improve your chances. We
stress that this is an intensive writing position, and the ideal candidate will have a thorough grasp
on the fundamentals of grammar and AP style. An understanding of politics, particularly center-


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right politics, is highly valued, but not essential. Our office culture is fast-paced and
collaborative. Adaptable, entrepreneurial individuals with broad skill sets do well here. Those
who wish to learn the craft of a professional PR writer are encouraged to apply. Summer
internships are available from May 2012-August 2012 - exact dates are flexible. The internship is
unpaid. Course credit is available upon request. Strong written and verbal communication skills
and attention to detail are a must. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Word and Excel is necessary.
The ability to prioritize tasks and focus on multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously and the
ability to interact professionally with colleagues and to show good judgment are also required.
All interested applicants should send a resume, three writing samples and cover letter to Blake
Dvorak at dvorak@pinkstongroup.com. Added 02/10/12.

The Moving Picture Institute (MPI) – Summer 2012 Interns
Description: The Moving Picture Institute (MPI) is currently seeking interns for summer 2012.
MPI cultivates talented young filmmakers, screenwriters, producers, directors, and others who are
committed to using the aesthetic power of film to promote the core American values of freedom.
MPI is looking for independent, dynamic, creative, energetic, and self-motivated college juniors
and seniors, graduate students, or recent graduates who possess excellent research and
communication abilities and who have a demonstrable interest in film production. The ideal
candidate is committed to individual rights and has an informed appreciation for American
liberty. Judgment, focus, organization, empathy, an ability to work under pressure, and a sense of
humor are also important. Application deadline is April 20. Visit
http://www.thempi.org/internships.html for application instructions. Added 02/10/12.

Rep. Pete Olson (TX-22) – Paid Intern
The Office of Congressman Pete Olson (TX-22) is seeking a paid intern for Spring 2012 in the
Washington, D.C. office. Day to day responsibilities include (but are not limited to) greeting
constituents, answering telephones, sorting mail, leading tours of the U.S. Capitol, assisting
legislative staff with projects, attending Congressional briefings and hearings, and assisting with
press activities. The ideal candidate will be a college student or recent graduate who is motivated;
is detail-orientated; possesses strong organizational, communication and writing skills; has a
positive attitude; and has the ability to manage multiple tasks and work well under pressure and in
a team environment. The intern will be compensated with a modest stipend. Texas ties preferred.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to thomas.divine@mail.house.gov
with "ATTN: Intern Coordinator" in the subject line. Added 02/07/12.

American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) – Summer 2012 Internships
Description: The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is a membership association
of state legislators whose mission is to promote free markets, limited government and federalism.
ALEC provides state legislators with research, policy analysis, scholarly articles, reference
materials, legislative bill tracking, and expert testimony on a wide range of policy issues. ALEC
is currently seeking spring Policy Interns, Communications and Social Media Interns, and
Membership and Development Interns. The internship begins on Monday, June 4, 2012 and runs
through Friday, August 10, 2012. This is an unpaid internship; however, ALEC will reimburse
full-time interns for daily travel expenses and up to $10 a day for lunch. ALEC interns will travel
to Salt Lake City, Utah for ALEC’s 2012 Annual Meeting from July 24 – 28 with all expenses
paid. To apply, download an application at www.alec.org/internship. Added 01/24/12.




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