Graphic Designer

 The Hill seeks a highly motivated, self-starting individual to join our growing politics and policy media organization. The Graphic Designer will work with the marketing and events departments. The Hill is looking for an ambitious designer to support our digital, event and print environments. 


This position reports to the Practice Group Leader.Supporting legislative advocacy priorities of clients and coordinating the policy and political events for the practice group. 


AJW, Inc. is seeking an associate to work on Republican outreach, with a focus on the Clean Air Act, energy efficiency, and climate change. This position will include engaging on Capitol Hill, navigating complex regulatory issues, and supporting public policy development on a variety of energy and environmental issues.

Research Analyst

The Research Analyst works directly under the Research Director to assist in all stages of the research process, including questionnaire design, analysis of the survey findings, and drafting report content. The Research Analyst will provide input in the analysis decisions for PRRI’s major reports, including the development of scales and other types of analyses where appropriate. This position will also be responsible for regularly contributing to PRRI’s blog by offering new insights and analysis from recent PRRI surveys. The Research Analyst will also take the lead in responding to media requests, producing toplines and banners, and number-checking all PRRI’s research products.

Director of Advocacy and Outreach

City Year is seeking an experienced Director of Advocacy and Outreach to join our Public Policy Department and lead our state and local advocacy program. By design and since inception, City Year has a strong record of accomplishment in the area of public policy.  Most notably helping to inspire the creation of AmeriCorps in 1993.  City Year has worked steadily to cultivate and leverage a broad base of political and public support, and elevate national service as powerful policy strategy for tackling unmet needs, preparing young people for work, uniting our country and developing civic character.  City Year serves as the organizational and operational host of Voices for National Service, a diverse coalition of national, state and local service organizations working together to build bipartisan support for national service, develop policies to expand and strengthen service opportunities for all Americans, and to ensure a robust federal investment in the Corporation for National and Community Service.Voices for National Service conducts an intensive year-round calendar of activities, including outreach to public officials, events, research, communications and field-building activities aimed at protecting and growing federal funding and public support for national service.   The Director of Advocacy and Outreach will work with the President and Managing Director of Voices for National Service to create a national advocacy plan; lead implementation of the state and local-level campaign; provide direction, mentoring and technical guidance to organizational partners and networks; identify new alliances and partnerships for Voices for National Service; and organize and participate in trainings, conferences and Capitol Hill Days. The right candidate will know how to elevate others and promote a culture of collaboration, in addition to having strong follow-through and project leadership skills. 

Executive Director

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director provides strategic and operational leadership directing ECEC’s staff, programs, finances, communications, and public policy and advocacy activities. Periodic travel (~20%) is required to attend national and state conferences and meetings. The role is based in Washington, D.C.

Public Affairs Manager

The Public Affairs Manager will assist in the execution of ASBMB public affairs programs and manage Public Affairs Advisory Committee operations, and work closely with ASBMB public affairs leadership in developing, articulating and implementing public policy positions on behalf of ASBMB.

Vice President, Member Services and Business Development

This is a new position tasked with the overall responsibility for expanding and developing our Member Services Group and the identification and enhancement of the associated sources of revenue. In this role, the individual will manage the Membership Group and the Meetings and Educational Services Group.

Senior Policy & Advocacy Advisor

KIND seeks a Senior Policy & Advocacy Advisor at its Headquarters office in Washington, DC to advise on policy and advocacy and collaborate with stakeholders to promote KIND’s advocacy objectives on behalf of immigrant and refugee children. This position reports to the Vice President of Policy, Advocacy and Communications.

Federal Relations Specialist – Washington DC

This position identifies, analyzes and tracks national and federal health-related information in support of The Joint Commission’s goals and priorities. Supports the Washington Office staff in their legislative, public policy daily, important and regulatory work so that The Joint Commission is aware of, and up-to-date on significant issues, regulations, and other relevant information that would affect its advocacy, policymaking, standards development, survey operations and other strategic initiatives important to The Joint Commission.


The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, a powerful voice for working men and women, is seeking a Political Director to develop and implement a nationwide political strategy to help elect candidates at the state and federal levels who support UFCW’s mission to elevate the social and economic status of workers by improving the wages, benefits, working conditions and security of our members. Also, supervises and evaluates professional and support staff as assigned.

Director of Federal Relations, Public Policy and Advocacy

The Director of Federal Relations is a key member of the NCLD Policy Team, leading the organization’s work in developing and executing a policy agenda that seeks to improve the lives of the 1 in 5 children with learning and attention issues and their families.

Executive Assistant

A boutique Capitol Hill lobbying firm with a primary focus on the food, agriculture, and finance industries and association management is looking to hire a responsible, proactive, detail-oriented individual for an Executive Assistant position.  This position provides both administrative and program support for the firm’s principal.

Jeane Kirkpatrick Fellowship and Scholars Program

The American Enterprise Institute is pleased to announce the launch of the Jeane Kirkpatrick Fellowship in foreign and defense policy studies. The first class of fellows will begin at the institute in September 2017. Launched this year, the Jeane Kirkpatrick Visiting Scholars’ program offers mid-career academics and professionals the opportunity to apply their scholarly interests to the public policy realm.Qualified applicants should apply at and submit a resume and a 1,000-word proposal outlining a research project and its relevance to public policy.

Political and Legislative Affairs Manager

The National Association of Spine Specialists’ (NASS) department of government relations is currently seeking a Political and Legislative Affairs Manager in our Washington, DC office. The position is responsible for managing key aspects of the association’s Political Action Committee (SpinePAC) and will work with the Director of Government Relations to develop and implement strategy for NASS’ advocacy and public policy efforts.