It’s a jungle out there, but the World Wildlife Fund has a great opening for a director of media relations for business engagement and public policy. D.C. dwellers, listen up.
In this role, you’ll manage a small team and work on the planning, developing and implementing of communications strategies to advance WWF’s work within the public policy sphere. You’ll also handle media relations for the organization’s U.S.-based priority field programs, while working on and sustainability, climate change and environmental protection initiatives.
To be considered, you should have at least 10 years of experience in public relations, journalism and public policy. Knowledge of the federal policy process and conservation issues is a must-have. Ready to make a change? Apply here.
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