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You must be a WASRG member organization in good standing to be eligible, no exceptions.  Listings will be posted for 60 days.

Manager, Government Relations/PAC Deputy - The Home Depot

Washington, DC

The Opportunity

The Manager of Government Relations will be responsible for advancing The Home Depot’s legislative agenda and of enhancing the PAC and grassroots program. The manager would attend coalition and lobbying meetings on top legislation priorities and prepare updates for internal business partners on legislative and regulatory development. The role will also be a strategic partner to the PAC director with program and execution.

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Posted May 24, 2016


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Senior Director, Regulatory Affairs - Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Washington, DC

The Opportunity

Provides leadership and management of LLS’s regulatory policy agenda, with an emphasis on the regulatory processes that affect the development and approval of therapies for blood cancers and the coverage and payment determinations for therapeutics and healthcare services.

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Posted May 23, 2017

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Director of Public Relations - The Kennedy Center

Washington, DC

The Opportunity

The Director of Public Relations is responsible for maintaining and positively positioning the public image of the Kennedy Center through local, national, and international media placements, new media, self-generated content and storytelling, and by influencing a range of internal platforms including the Center’s social media and website. The Director will manage the day-to-day media operations of a fast-paced PR office, directing artistic and program announcements, leveraging publicity opportunities, driving media cultivation, and determining positioning of institutional news and issues. He/She will be the chief strategist and partner for the Kennedy Center’s Education staff in shaping compelling stories that highlight the educational programs and initiatives both locally and across the nation. By building productive relationships with media, artistic partners and internal staff, he/she will generate significant and high-impact coverage of more than 2,000 performances and events held at the Center each year. This position will work closely and proactively with the VP of Public Relations and other senior leadership to guide the voice and messaging around pivotal institutional projects including the ongoing capital expansion project, the John F. Kennedy Centennial Celebration, and preparations for the Center’s 50th Anniversary. The Director may serve as spokesperson on occasion and when appropriate. This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement with the Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers, I.A.T.S.E. Local 18032.  ATPAM membership is not a prerequisite for application to this position.


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Posted May 22, 2017

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Officer, Government Relations - The Pew Charitable Trusts

Washington, DC

The Opportunity

The Officer will be an integral part of the Government Relations team, based in Pew’s Washington, DC office, and will have responsibility for providing government relations counsel to a portfolio of health related research and advocacy projects within the Government Performance (GP) division including the Antibiotic Resistance Project. The Officer will report to and work closely with the Director of Government Relations, and will also be a part of the program team for the Antibiotic Resistance Project.

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Posted May 22, 2017


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Manager, PAC and Advocacy Practice - Public Affairs Council (PAC)

Washington, DC

The Opportunity

Are you someone who:

  • Likes to be in-the-know about what best-in-class PAC and grassroots programs are doing?
  • Wants to help the public affairs community advance their political involvement programs?
  • Values executive education and events to support individuals with their professional development and networking?
  • Colleagues would describe as a team-oriented self-starter, networker and problem-solver?

If so, you may be the thought leader and coach we’re looking for to serve as our next expert on PACs, campaign finance, advocacy, and political involvement program management.

We are looking for a mid-level, rising leader with direct PAC, political fundraising, and/or advocacy management experience to join an entrepreneurial and dedicated team who work together to enhance the value and professionalism of the public affairs industry through high-value executive education, member engagement and customer service.

Successful candidates understand and are passionate about PACs and advocacy, love to answer questions and want to work in a fast-paced, non-partisan environment. Rather than fundraising or advocating directly, you will draw on your own expertise and the deep knowledge you gain from the member community to coach and train others on best practices and trends in political engagement.

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To Apply

Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary requirements via email to jobs@pac.org with “Manager, PAC and Advocacy Practice” as the subject line. All above-stated materials must be submitted for consideration. No phone calls, please.

Posted May 19, 2017


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Director, Government Relations - International Code Council (ICC) (Washington, DC)

The Opportunity

The International Code Council (ICC) is recruiting a Director, Government Relations for its Washington, DC Government Affairs Office, who will be responsible for developing, coordinating, directing, and implementing programs at the Federal and State level. As the Director, you will build national and state coalitions of code officials, design and building professionals, municipal and county government associations, and other interested parties to further the goals of ICC. You will make recommendations for the development and implementation of programs related to federal, state, and local adoption of the International Codes (I-Codes). You will also evaluate existing programs, services, and procedures to enhance and improve these efforts.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in policy or advocacy-related fields with a Bachelor’s degree. Additionally, the right applicant will have a proven history of delivering on commitments, excellent organizational skills, and attention to detail. You must be able to analyze information, recommend courses of action, and be comfortable making presentations to interested parties on all aspects of the ICC.

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To Apply

To submit a resume and cover letter, or to find further details regarding specific requirements and desired attributes important for this position, contact Vetted Solutions at +1 202 544 4749.

Posted March 27, 2017

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Press Secretary - SAFE (Washington, DC)

The Opportunity

The Press Secretary is responsible for growing and strengthening SAFE’s relationships with key journalists and thought leaders, overseeing social media and content creation, and assisting with event planning and promotion. The position works as part of SAFE’s broader communications team to improve public understanding of energy security issues.

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To Apply

Expand HR Consulting, www.expandhr.com, has been retained to assist SAFE with this search. To apply, please send a letter of interest, resume, and original writing sample to Sharon Ossi, Junior Consultant, sossi@expandhr.com, subject line “Press Secretary”. EOE/m/f/d/v.

Posted March 24, 2017




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