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U.S. News & World Report Seeks Top-Notch Business Analyst

Are you a Jack (or Jill) of all trades with an analytical brain? U.S. News & World Report is looking for a highly skilled business analyst to join its team.

In this role, you’ll be responsible for overseeing advertising network relationships and performance, and managing lead generation and other revenue partnerships on a day-to-day basis. You’ll also troubleshot operational issues, and examine the company’s websites to come up with ways to maximize revenue.

To be considered, you should have a resume that reflects developed quantitative analysis skills, in addition to experience dealing with Web analytics. The ideal candidate is a team player, who is familiar with HTML, Omniture, Google Analytics and DoubleClick. Born leaders and passionate solution-seekers should apply here.

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Do You Have What it Takes to Be RFK Center’s New Communications Pro?

Here’s a gig that’s perfect for someone who’s passionate about social networking and media relations, and lives in the D.C. area. Robert F. Kennedy Center has just created a new full-time position for a communications associate.

In this role, you’ll be responsible for writing and reviewing a variety of materials, including press releases, foundation requests, brochures, website and social media copy, annual reports and much more. You’ll help handle outreach to print and online media, and ensure that the RFK Center website is up to date.

To be considered, you’ll need at least three years of experience in news writing or news-related media communications. You should also be a social media buff, who is on top of both media and technology trends. With an organization like this, you need to be able to maintain the highest standards of ethics, integrity, and professionalism, so if that’s something you can handle, apply here.

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Sweet Gig: PopSugar Seeks D.C. Market Editor

If you are a veritable ambassador of cool, PopSugar has the perfect job for you. The site is looking for a D.C. Market Editor to hone in all that’s new, trendy and fun in food, shopping, entertainment and more.

In this role, you’ll research area hot spots and openings, writing articles and daily offers . You’ll manage the site’s offer calendar; coordinate photographers and shoots; and work to build traffic for the D.C. city guide. Of course, it will be your responsibiliy to keep on top of local events, media and social networks so you can stay in the know.

To land this gig, you should have three to five years of experience in online writing/editing or blogging. You should be comfortable churning out witty, accurate copy under daily deadlines, and thrive in a fast-paced environment. D.C. enthusiasts with HTML and Photoshop skills should apply here.

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Fox News Seeks Producer for America’s News HQ

Calling all newshounds! Fox News is on the search for a new producer for America’s News HQ. In this role, you’ll be the lead writer and lead booker for the show. Sound good? Keep reading.

You and your staff will put on four hours of live television every weekend, so you should be able to think on your feet. You’ll produce segments, graphics and reporter hits, while writing copy for the air and the Web; editing packages; and pitching stories to the bureau.

To be considered, you should have at least five years of broadcast experience, in addition to strong editorial judgment. Control room experience and knowledge of national politics are must-haves. Are you a self-starter who can multi-task under pressure? Perfect. Apply here.

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Wall Street Journal Seeks National-Security News Editor

Here’s a journalism opening you don’t want to miss. The Wall Street Journal is on the hunt for a national-security news editor to work from its D.C. office.

In this role, you’ll manage a group of reporters in the Washington bureau, who cover national-security issues such as foreign policy, defense, intelligence and counter-terrorism. You will guide daily coverage and edit news stories, while helping writers to think out of the box and execute broader feature stories.

To be considered, you’ll need to be an experienced journalist, who is conversant in national-security issues and trends. Naturally, you should have exceptional reporting and editing skills, but those with Web knowledge are most wanted, as you’ll be curating news for the U.S. and Asian and European editions for WSJ.com, too. Interested? Apply here.

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C-SPAN Seeks Skilled Multi-Tasker for Assignment Desk Director Gig

If you’re an expert manager with a strong interest in public policy and current events, C-SPAN needs you. The network is looking for an assignment desk director to coordinate editorial coverage for both local and national events.

In this role, you’ll supervise the logistical planning of events, including scheduling local crews, hiring remote crews, booking feeds and overseeing day-to-day desk operations. Those with the ability to juggle multiple projects without breaking a sweat would be perfect for this position.

To be considered, you’ll need at least eight years of related work experience and a minimum of two years of management experience. You should have a proven track record of keen editorial decision-making and technical knowledge of TV production and e-news gathering, as well as grasp on C-SPAN’s programming mission. Interested? Apply here.

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The Atlantic Seeks New Communications Director

The Atlantic is looking for a PR guru to become its new communications director. D.C. dwellers considering a change of scenery will be happy to know that the job can be located in our nation’s capital or New York City.

In this position, you’ll be responsible for raising brand visibility, playing a key role in creating strategic communications strategy for the magazine, and covering press for Atlantic Live events. The media company is looking for a passionate and energetic individual, who can be the point person for general PR campaigns, as well as outreach on behalf of the D.C. staff.

The ideal candidate will have a proven record of achievement in past public relations positions, and be able to demonstrate professionalism, discretion and great judgment. You should have top-notch writing and speaking skills, and be able to work just as well alone as you do with others. Interested? Apply here.

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Get Hired to Hire as The Washington Post’s New Senior Recruiter

If you’re an experienced HR representative, The Washington Post has the perfect opening for you. The paper is looking for a senior recruiter to join its talent acquisition team.

In this role, you’ll help source top talent, while redefining and executing the company’s recruitment strategies and processes. You should have experience working with hiring mangers to fill senior-executive level positions, and be comfortable managing employee referral and on-campus recruitment programs.

To be considered, you’ll need at least five years of experience in the human resources field with an emphasis on recruiting. Those with direct responsibility for full-cycle recruiting and hiring are most desirable. Of course, you should have great interpersonal and analytical skills, but knowledge of fair employment laws will also help separate you from the rest. Interested? Apply here.

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World Wildlife Fund Seeks Animal-Loving Director of Media Relations

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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Be the King of the Jungle as National Geographic’s New Director of Communications

If you’re a PR guru with a love of science, listen up. National Geographic is looking for a director of communications to create communication strategies for its kids franchises, interactive publishing division and other internal sectors.

The company is on the hunt for a versatile individual, who can develop both traditional and non-traditional media strategies. This includes everything from a well-written press release to an out-of-the-box social media initiative. He or she should also be able to execute plans in order to help achieve specific goals and land top-level media placements. Read more

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