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Deputy Legislative Director

Democrat on the House Energy and Commerce Committee seeks a qualified and highly talented individual to serve as Deputy Legislative Director to handle a wide-ranging portfolio of issues.

Legislative Assistant Opening

House Energy & Commerce and Natural Resources Committee, Florida Democrat seeks a Legislative Assistant to handle the Natural Resources Committee and Environment Subcommittee portfolio, including environment, Puerto Rico, and other related issues. Responsibilities of this position include drafting and advancing legislation, staffing and preparing the member for Committee hearings and markups, writing policy memos and vote recommendations, and meeting with constituents and stakeholders. 

Staff Assistant / Driver

Responsibilities include staffing and driving the Member to events (including frequent late nights); welcoming office visitors; processing flag and tour requests; organizing Member correspondence and incoming mail and phone messages; logging constituent mail and working with the Legislative Correspondent to respond to inquiries; working with the Scheduler to ensure the Member is appropriately staffed for events; and other duties as assigned.

Press/Digital Assistant

Congresswoman Lois Frankel seeks a highly motivated, organized, and detail-oriented Press/Digital Assistant to join her Washington, DC office. Responsibilities include drafting press releases; crafting social media posts; designing graphics; monitoring social media; updating the website; and compiling daily press clips. This position requires an ability to multi-task, meet deadlines, and perform under pressure.

Job Posting - Legislative Assistant

House Energy & Commerce and Natural Resources Committee, Florida Democrat seeks a Legislative Assistant to handle the Natural Resources Committee and Environment Subcommittee portfolio, including environment, Puerto Rico, and other related issues. Responsibilities of this position include drafting and advancing legislation, staffing and preparing the member for Committee hearings and markups, writing policy memos and vote recommendations, and meeting with constituents and stakeholders. 

Job Opening: Deputy Press Secretary

The House Judiciary Committee Democratic Staff seeks a motivated and hardworking communications professional to join a fast-paced communications team to help manage communications for the full committee and subcommittees.  Responsibilities include drafting communications materials (news releases, statements, talking points, etc.); managing public notices for the Committee and Subcommittee’s work, helping with press inquiries; maintaining media directories of reporters who cover the committee; and coordinating with the Committee’s communications team and staff of committee members.

Constituent Service Representative

Illinois Congressman from Chicagoland suburban district office has an opening for a Constituent Service Representative to do both casework and community outreach. The ideal candidate has a background in social services and is able to communicate effectively with constituents and federal liaisons, be responsive with excellent attention to detail and follow through, able to work through issues to get to resolution.

Job Posting: MLA

Representative Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) seeks a Military Legislative Assistant (MLA) to plan, organize, and manage activities that support her preparation and participation as a member of the House Armed Services Committee with additional portfolio responsibility for foreign affairs, homeland security, immigration, intelligence, trade, veterans and related appropriations issues.  This portfolio is subject to change. 

Communications and Legislative Aide

The Office of Congressman Dwight Evans (D-PA-03) seeks a highly motivated and creative Communications and Legislative Aide to join the Washington, D.C. team. While the primary function of this job will be supporting the Congressman’s communications priorities, the position will also include a small legislative portfolio. Candidates must have strong writing and digital media skills, be highly organized, energetic, and be capable of thriving in a fast-paced and rapidly changing environment.  The ability to meet deadlines is a must. Hill experience and Philadelphia ties are a plus.

Press Secretary/Digital Manager Role

Congressman Marc Veasey (TX-33) of the Energy and Commerce Committee is looking for an experienced press secretary/digital manager candidate willing to fill a variety of press roles within the office. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting the Communications Director in implementing the Member’s communications plan across both traditional and digital media; writing one minutes and other remarks; responding to press inquiries and drafting press releases; writing and placing op-eds and expanding the Member’s digital media presence.

House Judiciary Committee Democratic Staff Spring Paid Internship Program

The House Judiciary Committee Democratic staff are looking for interns for the spring semester. The House Committee on the Judiciary’s staff internship program offers undergraduate students, law students, graduate students, and recent graduates an opportunity to experience the operation of a congressional committee firsthand and learn about the important role that our Committee plays in the legislative process. The Judiciary Committee has jurisdiction over a wide range of legislative and oversight issues, including oversight of the U.S.

Deputy Chief Of Staff Position

House Democrat seeks Deputy Chief of Staff, with expectation that successful candidate will be promoted to Chief of Staff of the DC office.  Substantial legislative experience required.  Top candidates will also have communications and management experience as well.  Please send resume and cover letter to

Communications Director Position

Democratic House Member seeks Communications Director to lead a two-person communications team.  Applicants should have several years’ experience working with print journalists, radio/TV bookers, and social media.  Send resume and cover letter to (please note only one “m” in “coms”).

Democratic Elections Counsel

The Committee on House Administration Committee seeks an attorney to serve as Democratic Elections Counsel. 

Responsibilities include:

Staff Assistant Opening (Rep. Dean)

Congresswoman Madeleine Dean is seeking a Staff Assistant to assist in office functions and administrative duties. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: processing flag and tour requests, overseeing interns, answering and screening telephone calls, managing front office and greeting visitors, driving Congresswoman when necessary, processing physical mail, maintaining and ordering office equipment, assisting Director of Operations, performing special projects assigned by District or DC staff, and other general administrative duties.

Social Media Manager

The House Rules Committee Majority is looking for a talented, creative, and motivated Social Media Manager to join a proactive communications team. Responsibilities include crafting social media posts; designing graphics, GIFs, videos, and other web content; monitoring the committee’s digital channels; updating the website; and compiling daily press clips. Candidates will ideally have at least 1 year of digital experience, preferably on a campaign or on Capitol Hill, as well as excellent writing and organizational skills and the ability to work under tight deadlines.

DPCC Press Advisor

The Chair and Co-Chairs of the House Democratic Policy and Communications Committee (DPCC) seek a Press Advisor to join a small, dynamic team to help design and execute a proactive, aggressive messaging strategy.


Active California Democrat seeks a highly-organized, hardworking, and detail-oriented Scheduler based out of DC and reporting to the Chief of Staff.

You should apply if you:

Legislative Assistant

Senior Democrat on Energy & Commerce Committee seeks a legislative assistant to handle a diverse portfolio of domestic policy issues with a focus on Energy and Environment subcommittee work.  As such, experience with committee work and energy issues preferred.  Responsibilities also include developing legislative initiatives, tracking legislation, writing briefing materials, constituent correspondence, and representing member in meetings with interested parties.  Candidate must be a strong and effective writer and possess excellent verbal communication skills.  Sense

Legislative Correspondent Opening

Moderate, southwestern Democrat seeks an enthusiastic, highly organized, creative, and self-motivated professional to serve as a Legislative Correspondent (LC) in the Washington, DC office.

NY-18 Fall Press Fellow

The Washington, D.C. office of Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) is seeking a press fellow to assist with an aggressive and fast-paced communications operation for Fall 2019. This is not a traditional Hill internship. Applicants must have strong writing, editing, and digital communication skills. Ideal candidates are college students, recent graduates, or graduate students with prior experience working on the Hill, creating content, and writing under tight deadlines. Fellowship is paid and highly competitive. It traditionally runs from mid-September to mid-December.

Legislative Director Opening

Atlantic coast progressive Democrat seeking Legislative Director to manage policy operation. 3 years or more of congressional management experience sought. Massachusetts ties, and health care experience appreciated. To apply, please send resumes to

Legislative Director Opening

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib (MI-13) is seeking an experienced manager to serve as Legislative Director. The Legislative Director is responsible for managing the legislative team, advancing the Member’s progressive legislative agenda and monitoring legislative developments. Additional responsibilities include staffing the Member at issue-related events, committee-related duties, and miscellaneous administrative and legislative tasks at the request of the Congresswoman or Chief of Staff.

Staff Assistant for Rep. Brendan F. Boyle

Representative Brendan F. Boyle (PA-02) seeks a Staff Assistant to assume the responsibilities of managing the front office and supporting the Congressman’s Washington, D.C. team. Daily tasks include but are not limited to: fielding and processing phone calls; greeting visitors; managing flag and tour requests; drafting correspondence; processing assigned paperwork; and serving as intern coordinator. Candidates should possess organizational skills and a strong writing ability.