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District Director






Southern California Democrat seeks District Director to
oversee all operations of the district offices, including the development and
implementation of policy objectives, strategies and operating plans, as well as
direct all activities and staff of the district offices. This position is
responsible for recruiting, hiring, training, and managing district staff and
ensures that district staff complies with office policies, practices, and
procedures; represents the Member and/or assigns appropriate staff to do so at
events or functions through the district as needed.




 




Responsibilities include strategizing, developing, and
implementing district communications and outreach plan for constituents,
including casework management. This individual also serves as the primary
liaison between the Congresswoman and constituents and special interest groups
in the district; and, acts as an advisor for the Congresswoman on local
concerns, district issues and politics, and other developments throughout the
region.




 




Candidates should have a minimum of 3-5 years of management
experience, a strong ability to provide necessary organization, leadership and
motivation to manage a Congressional office; excellent oral and written
communication skills; and thorough knowledge of the legislative process. The
ideal candidate is energetic, detail-oriented, able to multi-task, politically
astute, and willing to work long hours (including evenings and weekends) in a
fast-paced and demanding setting. Spanish fluency and Southern California ties
are a plus.




 




Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and
appropriate writing samples to CA26Resumes@gmail.com
with just “District Director” in the subject line. No phone calls, faxes, or
walk-ins, please. This office is an equal opportunity employer and encourages
candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply.






Spring/Summer Internship with Congressman Jimmy Gomez (Paid)

The Washington, D.C. office of Congressman Jimmy Gomez (CA-34) is seeking a qualified  full-time intern to start as soon as mid-March. Responsibilities include helping staff with correspondence and research, leading tours of the U.S. Capitol, as well as greeting guests, answering phones, and assisting with other front-office duties. Candidates should have a positive attitude, strong writing skills, and high levels of organization. Previous Hill experience preferred but not required. This position is paid. Knowledge of Fireside is especially valued.

 

Please send resume, cover letter and two writing samples to CA34.Internship@mail.house.gov with the Subject [Full Name] DC Internship Application.

Staff Assistant

Congresswoman Veronica Escobar (TX-16) seeks a Staff Assistant to join an active office in Washington, DC. Responsibilities will include managing front desk operations, answering phones, sorting mail, coordinating tours, greeting visitors, processing flag requests and other duties as assigned. The staff assistant also serves as intern coordinator by recruiting, training, scheduling, and assigning duties to interns. This position requires an ability to multi-task, prioritize duties, and perform under pressure. This position will report to the Chief of Staff directly.

This is an entry-level position and prior Hill internship preferred. Successful candidates will be able to adapt to a startup environment and work under tight deadlines. Texas ties and Spanish language proficiency a plus. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. Please email resume, writing sample (no more than two pages) and cover letter to tx16.jobs@mail.house.gov with the subject line STAFF ASSISTANT APPLICATION (DC OFFICE). No drop ins or phone calls.

Outreach Coordinator

The Office of Congresswoman Lauren Underwood (IL-14) seeks an enthusiastic, highly organized, creative, and self-motivated professional to serve as an Outreach Coordinator in her West Chicago and Woodstock offices. The ideal candidate will be a skilled listener, strong writer and communicator, self-motivated and assertive, detail-oriented and organized, and a creative problem solver.

 

The Outreach Coordinator will work with the Outreach Director to engage with a broad range of stakeholders throughout Illinois’ 14th Congressional District. This includes planning and staffing public events like informational workshops, roundtables, community forums, and site visits designed to highlight the priorities of residents of the District. The role requires excellent writing skills for liaising with stakeholders and drafting briefing memos and letters; proactive communication skills that strengthen teamwork; attention to detail and project management skills; and the ability to manage multiple deadline-driven projects.

 

The salary for this position is $50,000. Previous outreach experience and Illinois ties are strongly preferred, but not required. The office is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, religion, disability, age, ethnicity, national origin, sex, gender, LGBTQ identification, family status, or military status. Women, people of color, and other members of traditionally underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Please email a resume, cover letter, brief writing sample, and references with “Outreach Coordinator” in the subject line to Illinois14.DistrictJobs@gmail.com by February 21, 2020. 

LEGISLATIVE CORRESPONDENT

The Office of Congresswoman Lauren Underwood (IL-14) seeks an enthusiastic, highly organized, creative, and self-motivated professional to serve as a Legislative Correspondent. Essential strengths of ideal candidates include excellent writing skills, a strong attention to detail, and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.

 

The Legislative Correspondent will manage a high-volume constituent mail program, including monitoring the flow of incoming and outgoing mail, keeping the constituent database complete and current, responding to all constituent correspondence in a timely manner, managing intern correspondence work, researching legislative issues, and working with the legislative and communications staff to maintain a proactive constituent outreach operation, including drafting proactive communication to constituents. Additional daily tasks will include supporting the Congresswoman and staff as needed.

 

The salary for this position is $50,000. Hill experience and Illinois ties are preferred, but not required. The office is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, religion, disability, age, ethnicity, national origin, sex, gender, LGBTQ identification, family status, or military status. Women, people of color, and other members of traditionally underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Please email a resume, cover letter, brief writing sample, and references with “Legislative Correspondent” in the subject line to Illinois14.Jobs@gmail.com by February 21, 2020. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT OPENING – REP. LAUREN UNDERWOOD

Representative Lauren Underwood (IL-14), Vice Chair of the
Committee on Homeland Security, and member of the Committee on Veterans'
Affairs and the Committee on Education and Labor, seeks a highly motivated,
experienced Legislative Assistant. Responsibilities include managing and
executing the Member’s legislative agenda within the Homeland Security
Committee, as well as a legislative portfolio including but not limited to:
energy and environment, gun violence prevention, immigration and judiciary,
LGBTQ+ rights, and campaign finance.  



 



Responsibilities of this position include drafting and analyzing
legislation, conducting research, drafting policy memos, meeting with
constituents, and staffing hearings. The ideal candidate will be creative,
ambitious, collaborative, self-starting, thorough, and curious.



 



This is not an entry-level position; salary is $60,000. Hill experience is required, and
Illinois ties are preferred. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are strongly
encouraged to apply. The office is an equal opportunity employer and does not
discriminate based on race, religion, disability, age, ethnicity, national
origin, sex, gender, LGBTQ identification, family status, or military status.
Women, people of color, and other members of traditionally underrepresented
communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Please email a resume, cover
letter, brief writing sample, and references with “Legislative Assistant” in
the subject line to Illinois14.Jobs@gmail.com by February 14,
2020.  

Rep. Malinowski - Communications/ Digital Assistant

The office of Congressman Tom
Malinowski seeks a Communications/Digital
Assistant to join their DC Office. 



 



Communications
responsibilities include:
 




  • Drafting press releases

  • Responding to constituent letters

  • Creating informational graphics and handouts

  • Assisting with event logistics



 



Digital
responsibilities include:




  • Maintaining office website

  • Drafting weekly email newsletter

  • Implement strategies to grow office’s opt-in email
    program

  • Social media content creation and curation

  • Social media monitoring and reporting

  • Implement strategies to expand member’s social media
    reach

  • Video clipping and editing



 



Ideal candidates
will be excellent writers, with the ability to quickly generate creative and
original content consistent with the Congressman’s priorities. Familiarity with
Adobe Suite preferred.



 



This position is
based in Washington DC, but applicants must be available for limited travel to
the district as required. Starting salary for this position is $38,000. Diverse candidates, women, and LGBTQ
persons are strongly encouraged to apply.



 



To apply, please
send a resume, short writing sample, and example of a graphic or social media
post you have designed. Also include a cover letter analyzing the Congressman’s
social media presence and make recommendations for expanding his reach. Send
application package to resumesnj07@gmail.com with the subject line
“Communications/Digital Assistant.” No phone calls or walk-ins please.



 

Staff Assistant / Legislative Correspondent

Congresswoman
Susie Lee (D-NV)
 seeks
a highly motivated, organized, and detail-oriented Staff Assistant /
Legislative Correspondent to join her Washington, DC office. Responsibilities
include but are not limited to: managing front office operations, answering
constituent phone calls, greeting visitors, leading Capitol tours, driving
Member, maintaining the Congresswoman’s daily binder, writing memos, and
performing various administrative and legislative tasks as needed or
assigned. This position also serves as intern coordinator by recruiting,
hiring, onboarding, training, and managing day-to-day responsibilities of the
office’s interns. This position will also manage the office’s constituent
correspondence program including monitoring incoming constituent
correspondence, drafting constituent letter responses, and executing high
quality and timely responses.



 



Successful
candidates will have a positive, solution-oriented mentality, great writing,
interpersonal, customer service, time-management, communication, and
organizational skills, be detail-oriented, and be able to multitask and
prioritize effectively in a fast-paced environment.



 



A
safe driving record and driver’s license is required. Nevada ties are a
plus. Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply. This office is an equal
opportunity employer; we do not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color,
age, religion, disability, national origin, uniformed status, sexual
orientation, or gender identity or expression. Interested applicants should
send a cover letter and resume with “SA/LC” in the subject line to nv03resumes@gmail.com.
No phone calls or walk-ins please.

Legislative Correspondent / Digital Outreach Manager

Congressman Smith (WA-09) is seeking a Legislative
Correspondent/Digital Outreach Manager. The primary responsibilities include
managing and expanding an active constituent outreach program that utilizes
micro-targeting.  Additional responsibilities include day-to-day
supervision of the intern program.   Applicants must have previous LC
experience, preferably within the IQ database system. Applicants should be
detail-oriented and extremely organized, possess superior writing and editing
skills, and be able to manage and prioritize a variety of assignments at one
time.   



 



This office is an equal opportunity employer and committed
to a diverse and inclusive workforce. Washington state ties are a plus. 
Salary DOE, between $48,000 – $52,000.  All candidates should submit a
cover letter, resume and one writing sample to wa09.jobs@mail.house.gov  by 9
AM February 10th.  No phone calls or drop-ins please.

DC Scheduler

Rep. Joe Neguse (CO-02) seeks a DC Scheduler.
Applicants should have scheduling experience, ideally with a Congressional
office, a political campaign, or a similarly fast-paced organization.
Applicants should be extremely attentive to detail, organized, and proactive.
Job responsibilities will include:

  • Creating and updating the Congressman’s schedule in DC
  • Responding to invitations for DC meetings and events in a
    timely manner
  • Communicating with the District team about invitations for
    District events
  • Managing the Congressman’s travel plans and logistics
  • Managing the Congressman’s time minute-to-minute in DC
  • Preparing meeting briefs and binders for all meetings and events
    in DC, by coordinating with event participants and the appropriate staff members
  • Keeping staff members and the Congressman updated in real time
    about schedule changes
  • Creating a weekly schedule that balances the Congressman’s
    official and unofficial time in DC
  • Maintaining files of invitations that have been declined,
    accepted, or that are tentative/pending
  • Preparing thank-you notes for the Congressman to send following
    DC and District meetings
  • Maintaining a binder for the Congressman
  • Processing vouchers for travel and expense reimbursement for the
    Member
  • Serving as a member of the “front office” team, including
    assisting the Staff Assistant as needed with answering the phone and greeting
    visitors
  • Additional duties related to managing the overall operation of
    the DC office


To apply, please submit a one-page resume
and 2-3 references to 
DemJobOpening@gmail.com with
“DC Scheduler” in the subject line. Competitive salary commensurate with
experience.





Rep. Neguse’s office is an equal opportunity
employer. 
Women, people of color,
and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.





 



Case Worker

Case Worker



The Office of Congressman Donald S. Beyer Jr. seeks a highly
organized and detail-oriented caseworker for the Arlington, Virginia District
Office to handle health care, Social Security, OPM, Veteran and TRICARE issues,
as well as occasional other duties such as events and some outreach. Qualified
candidates should be hardworking, possess excellent oral and written
communication skills, and have the ability to multi-task and meet deadlines.
This person will join a congenial four-person office, so they must be
collaborative and available to assist on other tasks such as answering phones
in the office, and occasionally staffing the Congressman at various events,
including some evening and weekend hours. This office is an equal opportunity
employer, and minority candidates and candidates of diverse backgrounds are
strongly encouraged to apply. Interested applicants should send cover letter
and resume to beyerstaff@gmail.com
with the title Case Worker in the subject line. No phone calls, faxes or
drop-ins please.

STAFF ASSISTANT (EL PASO OFFICE)

The STAFF
ASSISTANT (EL PASO OFFICE)
manages
the office to ensure high functionality and responsiveness. This
position is responsible for ensuring that all visitors are greeted, all phone
calls are returned by appropriate staff, all mail and communications are appropriately
routed, all appointments are on time and all staff members have the materials
and supplies they need to perform their duties. The position is
responsible for managing the internship program.



 



Successful
candidates will have at least one year of office experience,
preferably in office management, will be literate in both English and
Spanish, will be able to work well under pressure and courteously and
professionally with all constituents and staff members. Please email resume,
writing sample and cover letter to TX16.Jobs@mail.house.gov
with the subject
line STAFF ASSISTANT (EL PASO OFFICE).

Communications Assistant

Office of Rep. Don Beyer seeks creative Communications
Assistant. The position reports to the Communications Director and will be
responsible for creating content for social media platforms, recording and
editing video, updating the Congressman’s website, and supporting a very active
press shop. Ideal candidates will have experience with photography, graphic
creation, and video editing. Previous digital communications experience, on
Capitol Hill, a campaign, or at a communications firm, is strongly preferred.
Women, LGBTQ candidates, minority candidates, and candidates of diverse
backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Qualified candidates should
submit a brief cover letter, resume, a
writing sample, and two examples of graphics or other digital communications
work to beyerstaff@gmail.com and
include “Communications Assistant” in the subject line. No phone calls, faxes
or drop-ins please.

Staff/Press Assistant

Frontline
Democrat seeks Staff/Press Assistant for Washington, D.C. office. Staff
Assistant responsibilities include: managing front desk; greeting visitors;
sorting mail; answering phones; assisting with intern program; processing flag
requests; booking and coordinating tours through TourTrackr; and assisting with
responses to constituent mail through IQ. Press Assistant duties include:
compiling daily news clips; drafting social media posts; creating social media
graphics; maintaining the Member’s website; editing videos and taking photos.



 



Applicants with
ties to Los Angeles/California, and Spanish or Mandarin proficiency are
preferred but not required. This office is an equal opportunity employer and
veterans, LGBTQ individuals, women, and diverse candidates are encouraged to
apply. Please submit a resume, cover letter and one brief writing sample (no
more than 300-500 words) to ca39resumes@gmail.com
by February 4th, 2020.

Director of Operations

Senior Democrat seeks Director
of Operations
for fast-paced D.C. Congressional office. Duties include
working with the CoS to ensure that office goals, personnel policies,
attendance policies and leave procedures are adhered to. Staffer will ensure
that all daily correspondence is completely prepared and accurately reflects
the Member's instructions. The other tasks include accompanying the Member as
needed to DC events and official functions and follows up with appropriate
action as necessary and organize special projects within his/her issue area of
responsibility as directed by the Member. Qualified applicants will be
extremely organized, detail oriented and able to perform many tasks
simultaneously. Hill experience preferred. Interested applicants should
fax a resume and cover letter to 202-226-1477 (Attn: Chief of Staff) or e-mail
to tx30@mail.house.gov. No phone
calls please.

Legislative Assistant Opening [Financial Services Cmte Assignment] - Rep. Chuy García (IL-04)

Congressman Chuy García (IL-04) is seeking a Legislative
Assistant to manage a diverse portfolio including staffing the member on his
assignment to the House Financial Services Committee.

 Candidates must have at least 3 years of experience in the House or
Senate. Knowledge of FSC policy issues is strongly preferred.  Successful
candidates should have demonstrated experience advancing legislation,
monitoring the Floor, and conducting research. Applicants should be outstanding
writers who are able to handle talking points, speeches, memos and letters.
This is a position that requires the ability to work under pressure, manage
multiple projects, and work well in a team setting.
This
is not an entry level position.



 



Illinois ties preferred but not required. Women and
minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. The office is an equal opportunity
employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,
sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin,
disability, military status, age, marital status, or parental status.



 



Qualified candidates should send a resume, cover letter, and
two brief writing samples to resumes.IL-04@mail.house.gov in
PDF format for each. Please title the email subject line: “FSC LA [insert first
and last name]”



 



Applications should submit their materials by January 31st,
2020.

Health Policy Fellow

Representative Robin Kelly seeks a Health Policy Fellow
to aid the Congresswoman’s service as a Member of the Energy & Commerce
Health Subcommittee, Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust,
and Co-Chair of the Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls.
Responsibilities include assisting the Health Policy Advisor in preparing the
Congresswoman for Committee hearings; developing and planning legislative
initiatives; monitoring legislative developments in-portfolio within committees
and on the House floor; planning and organizing Caucus and Braintrust briefings
and other events; and other assigned tasks. Please send a resume, cover letter
and  a 1-2 page writing sample to IL02HealthFellow@mail.house.gov
with “Health Policy Fellow” in the subject line by Friday February 7, 2020.
No phone calls, faxes, emails, or walk-ins, please.



 



QUALIFICATIONS:




  • A demonstrated
    understanding of public health and health care policy (with focus on
    health equity and social determinants of health);

  • Knowledge of the bill
    and amendment introduction process is a plus;

  • Strong writing,
    interpersonal, self-motivation, and organizational skills are a must;

  • Illinois or Midwestern ties
    are a plus.



 



Ideally, the fellow would be part of the team full-time and have
a graduate degree and/or some professional experience.  Highly talented
graduate students, who are currently studying public health, public policy,
public administration, law, medicine or another relevant field, and can
commit to no less than 30 hours/week, will be considered.



 



The office is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people
of color, and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Communications Assistant

The Office of Representative Ilhan Omar is seeking a talented, creative and motivated
Communications Assistant. Candidates will ideally have at least 2-3 years of
digital or press experience, preferably in political or legislative fields.
Experience editing video and exceptional writing skills are required.



 



Responsibilities include
shooting and editing videos and graphics for the
Congresswoman’s social media platforms, managing the website, managing press
inquiries, and drafting press releases
, talking points for the Member as needed, and the bi-weekly
e-newsletter. Applicants should share the
Congresswoman’s progressive values, be highly organized, possess a strong work
ethic, and have the ability to work flexible hours
and travel to the
district. This position will report to the
Communications Director and assist with other duties as assigned.



 



The Office is an equal
opportunity employer and considers all applicants without regard to race,
color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, disability, or
age.  Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. Please do not
call or drop in to the office. Qualified applicant
s should e-mail a cover letter, resume, links to two videos they have edited and two brief writing samples
with “Communications Assistant” in the subject line to:
mn05jobopening@gmail.com.



 



Legislative Correspondent/Staff Assistant - Rep. Tonko

The
Office of Congressman Paul D. Tonko (NY-20) seeks a Legislative
Correspondent/Staff Assistant
to serve in the Washington, D.C. office.
Responsibilities include managing a robust constituent correspondence program,
including sorting, batching, and responding to inbound correspondence in a
timely and thorough manner. In addition, the candidate will manage the
internship program, process tour and flag requests, welcome visitors and other
administrative duties as assigned. Successful candidates will have Hill experience,
impeccable writing skills, the ability to juggle multiple deadlines at once,
and a positive “can-do” attitude. Extra consideration will be given to those
with a sense of humor, NY-20 ties, familiarity with Fireside, and a safe
vehicle with a good driving record. This office is an equal opportunity
employer; we do not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, age,
religion, disability, national origin, uniformed status, sexual orientation or
gender identity or expression. Application materials must be received by
February 4, 2020. Interested parties should e-mail a resume, cover letter and
short writing sample to ny20resumes@mail.house.gov
with the subject line Team Tonko.

Legislative Assistant Opening - Office of Rep. Brenda Lawrence (MI-14)

 The office of Congresswoman Brenda L. Lawrence (MI-14)
is seeking a Legislative Assistant to handle a diverse issues portfolio
including, but not limited to, Education, Environment, Interior, Energy, and
Agriculture on the House Appropriations Committee.



 



Responsibilities include drafting and analyzing legislation,
tracking floor proceedings, research, drafting policy and meeting memos,
meeting with constituents, and staffing the Member in committee hearings,
meetings, and at events. The office is looking for applicants who work well
under pressure and strict deadlines and have experience with the appropriations
process.



 



This is not an entry-level position. Excellent writing
skills and experience handling policy issues are required. Diverse candidates,
women, and LGBTQ persons are strongly encouraged to apply. To apply, please
send a resume, cover letter and writing sample to mi14district@gmail.com with the
subject line “Legislative Assistant Application.” Deadline for submissions
is COB February 5th.
No phone calls or walk-ins please.

Communications Director

Senior
Democrat seeks a communications director experienced in all aspects of public
relations and social media, who is also organized, energetic and creative to be
based in D.C. congressional office to handle all communications strategy and
media operations for an unusually busy office, whose Member often has
opportunities to appear on TV and radio media.  This is a very fast-paced
office where the communications director overseas all day-to-day press
operations including writing press releases, managing the social media
portfolio, pitching stories, responding to reporters’ inquiries, producing
newsletters, overseeing website content, developing, building relationships
with local and national media and organizing press conferences and media
events. Excellent research, writing and social media skills are essential.



 



Candidate
must be able to handle multiple tasks and issues effectively while meeting
deadlines. A successful candidate will develop and implement a strategic
communications plan, think outside the box and possess the political savvy
needed to anticipate big news stories and to proactively promote the Member’s
message.  At least three years of prior media and/or Hill experience and
demonstrated experience with both mainstream and new media outlets is
preferred. This is NOT an entry level communications position.  Candidate
must be a DC resident or be willing to become a resident of the District of
Columbia.
Salary based on skill and experience level.



 



Interested
applicants should send a cover letter, resume, references and two writing
samples to DC00.NortonResume@mail.house.gov.  

Communications Director

Do you consider yourself a social media guru?



Can you produce, edit, and direct engaging
videos?



Are you a master of shareable graphics?



Do you feel at home behind a camera lens?



If so, Congressman Jimmy Gomez (CA-34) wants
you to join our communications team!



Congressman Gomez’s office is seeking a Digital Content
Manager to join our fast-paced, innovative communications team. This individual
will report to the Communications Director and will be responsible for:




  • Developing
    long-term and short-term digital plans and strategies

  • Creating, drafting, and
    posting content on all platforms

  • Creating graphics,
    video, and other sharable content

  • Managing and growing the
    Congressman’s e-newsletter program and overseeing the website




Ideal candidates are politically savvy,
detail-oriented, and creative self-starters familiar with social media and
digital trends. This is not an entry-level position. Previous digital
communications experience, on Capitol Hill, a campaign, or at a communications
firm, is required. Those with ties to Los Angeles or California are encouraged
to apply. Please email a cover letter, resume, and three digital samples to Gomez.Jobs@mail.house.gov.



Staff Assistant / Press Assistant

Frontline
Democrat seeks Staff/Press Assistant for Washington, D.C. office. Staff
Assistant responsibilities include: managing front desk; greeting visitors;
sorting mail; answering phones; assisting with intern program; processing flag
requests; booking and coordinating tours through TourTrackr; and assisting with
responses to constituent mail through IQ. Press Assistant duties include:
compiling daily news clips; drafting social media posts; creating social media
graphics; maintaining the Member’s website; editing videos and taking photos.



 



Applicants with
ties to Orange County/California, and Spanish or Mandarin proficiency are
preferred but not required. This office is an equal opportunity employer and
veterans, LGBTQ individuals, women, and diverse candidates are encouraged to
apply. Please submit a resume, cover letter, digital media sample, and one
brief writing sample (no more than 300-500 words) to ca39resumes@gmail.com by February 28th,
2020.

Seeking Caseworker in Newport Beach, CA

The Office of Congressman Harley Rouda (CA-48) seeks a
Caseworker for the Newport Beach, CA Office, primarily focused on immigration
casework. The ideal candidate is highly organized, detail-oriented, has strong
written and verbal communication skills, strong analytical skills and the
ability to work independently and as part of a team. This position acts as a
liaison to federal, district, local agencies, and community organizations on
behalf of the Congressman and answers casework correspondence with constituents.



A successful candidate for this position will be empathetic,
able to listen actively and problem solve, and be comfortable documenting
casework progression in a database. The position will report to the District
Director and Chief of Staff. The Office is an equal opportunity employer, and
as such is committed to building and maintaining an inclusive and diverse work
environment. Vietnamese language abilities are strongly desired. Please send a
resume, cover letter, and brief writing sample to ca48resumes@gmail.com with “Caseworker”
in the subject line by February 14, 2020. No phone calls, faxes, or walk-ins,
please.

House DPCC Digital Director

The House Democratic Policy and
Communications Committee (DPCC) seeks a Digital Director to help design and
execute a proactive digital messaging strategy for the DPCC and assist with the
digital reach of House Democratic offices. Responsibilities include but are not
limited to: creating graphics and custom videos; managing relationships with
digital media outlets and identifying new audiences for House Democrats to
reach online; managing all digital platforms of the DPCC; drafting sample
digital content to be used by other Democratic offices; maintaining and
updating websites; tracking analytics; and offering new, proactive ideas for
growing the DPCC’s digital presence and supporting House Democrats.



Successful candidates will be creative,
proactive, team players, who are able to successfully manage multiple tasks at
once. They will have previous experience and passion for creating video and
graphic content and familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Premiere,
Illustrator), Final Cut Pro or other comparable tools. HTML/CSS knowledge a
plus.



They will have a strong understanding of
the digital media landscape and the latest digital trends and the ability to
identify opportunities to reach new audiences online. Existing relationships
with digital media outlets, podcasts, YouTube shows and influencers is a plus.



The position will report to the
executive director of the DPCC and work collaboratively with Chair and Co-Chair
staff and other leadership staff. Non-traditional work hours are
expected. 



This is not an entry-level position.



We
are equal opportunity employers; we do not discriminate on the basis of race,
sex, color, age, religion, disability, national origin, uniformed status,
sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression.



 



Qualified
applicants should email a cover letter, resume, an original video, and an
original graphic they are proud of to jobs.DPCC@mail.house.gov with
“DPCC Digital Director” in the subject line. 

DIGITAL COORDINATOR

The Committee on Homeland Security
Majority Staff is hiring a digital staffer.  Applicants should
have demonstrable digital and social media experience, a passion for
politics, and be able to work under tight deadlines.  A strong writing background is a plus
Responsibilities include managing social media accounts and drafting posts,
maintaining and updating the website, tracking website and social media
analytics, creating graphics, editing and creating custom videos, photography,
and assisting with traditional press.  Applicants should also have
experience with Adobe Premiere and Photoshop, Final cut Pro as well as
HTML.  Please send a resume, cover letter, and digital and
social portfolio to Committeejobs@gmail.com.
Minorities, women, and LGBTQ persons are strongly encouraged to apply. This is
not an entry level position.

Legislative Clerk - House Administration Committee

The Committee on House Administration seeks a
Legislative Clerk. The Legislative Clerk supports the Committee by helping to
prepare and execute the Committee’s official proceedings, including hearings
and markups.  These responsibilities include, but are not limited to:



 




  • assisting Committee staff
    with all aspects of preparation for Committee proceedings;

  • distributing notices and
    invitations for Committee proceedings;

  • serving as the reading
    Clerk during Committee meetings;

  • maintaining the Committee
    library and managing certain Committee records;

  • serving as the Committee’s
    archivist; and

  • organizing Committee
    travel for field hearings.



 



Qualified candidates must have impeccable
organizational skills, a willingness to be proactive and take initiative,
excellent communication skills, and sound judgment.  Hill experience and a
familiarity with House rules and congressional Committee proceedings is
strongly preferred.  The ideal candidate must be able to work under
pressure in a fast-paced environment and be a good public speaker.



 



The Committee is
committed to, and benefits from, a diverse staff, and candidates of all
backgrounds are encouraged to apply.



 



Interested
candidates should send their resume and cover letter to
Resume.CHADEM@mail.house.gov
and include “Legislative Clerk” in the subject
line. 

STAFF ASSISTANT / DRIVER

Congressman Max Rose (NY-11) seeks
a Staff Assistant/Driver in the Washington, D.C. office. Responsibilities
include transporting the Member (including evenings), answering phones,
processing mail, welcoming office visitors, processing flag requests, logging
constituent mail, responding to inquiries, and other administrative duties as
assigned. Successful candidates will have hill experience, great writing,
interpersonal, customer service, time-management, communication, and
organizational skills, a positive, solution-oriented personality, be
detail-oriented, and be able to multitask effectively in a fast-paced
environment. A safe vehicle and a good driving record are required for this
position. New York ties are preferred. Interested parties should e-mail a cover
letter and resume to
NY11.Jobs@mail.house.gov with the subject line “Staff Assistant.” This office is an
equal opportunity employer; we do not discriminate on the basis of race, sex,
color, age, religion, disability, national origin, uniformed status, sexual
orientation, or gender identity or expression. Application materials must be
received by February 7, 2020.

Paid Intern

The Office of Congresswoman
Katie Porter seeks a paid intern for Spring 2020 in the Washington, DC office.
Successful applicants will have strong organizational, writing and research
skills, the ability to adapt to a fast-paced environment, and an enthusiasm for
engaging with constituents in person and on the phone. Candidates with ties to
the 45th District are highly encouraged to apply. Applications are
accepted on a rolling basis, and the preferred start date is March 2nd.



 



This
office is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis
of race, sex, color, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender
identity, or disability. To apply, please send your resume, cover letter, two
professional references, and your dates of availability to
 CAFreshman.Internship@mail.house.gov.

Health Legislative Assistant

Congressman John P. Sarbanes, a senior member of the Health
Subcommittee on the House Energy & Commerce Committee, is seeking a
legislative assistant to manage a portfolio with a primary focus on health
policy and other issues as assigned. Responsibilities include but are not
limited to advising the Member on all matters in the issue portfolio;
developing and advancing policy proposals; drafting vote recommendations and
talking points for related floor and committee proceedings; staffing the Member
in relevant meetings; and representing the Member before constituents and
stakeholders. The ideal candidate will have previous work expertise on
health policy; prior legislative experience advising a Member of Congress and
advancing policy proposals; excellent written and verbal communication skills;
and an eagerness to work in a fast-paced, collaborative office. Diverse
candidates are encouraged to apply. Maryland ties are a plus. Qualified
candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample to employment@mail.house.gov.

Staff Assistant/Press Assistant

Progressive Member of Congress seeks Staff Assistant/Press
Assistant for Washington, D.C. office. Staff Assistant responsibilities
include: managing front desk; greeting visitors; sorting mail; answering
phones; and assisting with responses to constituent mail.  Press Assistant
duties include: compiling daily news clips; composing congratulatory letters
and Congressional record inserts; drafting social media posts; maintaining
Member’s website; editing videos and taking constituent photos. Candidates
with Hill experience, strong writing skills, digital video editing know-how and
social media savvy will be prioritized. Spanish speaking a plus. Please submit
a resume, cover letter and one brief writing sample to pressjob1923@gmail.com. Applications
due by January 31, 2020.



 



This office is an equal opportunity employer. New York ties
a plus.

Staff Assistant - DC Office

Rep. Jim Costa
(CA-16) seeks a staff assistant to assume the responsibilities of managing the
front office and greeting visitors. Daily tasks include answering telephones,
conducting and organizing tours, processing flag requests, serve as intern
coordinator, liaison to technical support and service contractors, and
performing other administrative tasks as required.  Applicants should be
highly-motivated, detail-oriented professionals with strong organizational and
time-management skills, as well as positive attitudes, and pride in work.
Applicants with ties to the 16th Congressional District and/or the SJV are
strongly encouraged to apply. Spanish fluency is desired.  Please e-mail
cover letter and resume to resume@mail.house.gov.
Absolutely no phone calls, e-mails or walk-ins.  The Office of
Representative Costa is an equal opportunity employer committed to building and
maintaining an inclusive and diverse work environment.

DC Scheduler/Operations Coordinator

Rep.
Abigail Spanberger (VA-7) seeks a DC Scheduler/Operations Coordinator.
Applicants should have scheduling experience, ideally with a Congressional
office, a political campaign, or a similarly fast-paced organization.
Applicants should be extremely attentive to detail, organized, and proactive.
This position will not involve legislative or press work, but will involve
coordinating with those teams to ensure the Congresswoman’s time is balanced
across various priorities. Job responsibilities will include:



 




  • Creating
    and updating the Congresswoman’s schedule in DC

  • Responding
    to invitations for DC meetings and events

  • Communicating
    with the District team about invitations for District events

  • Managing
    the Congresswoman’s travel plans and logistics

  • Managing
    the Congresswoman’s time minute-to-minute in DC

  • Preparing
    meeting briefs and binders for all meetings and events in DC, by
    coordinating with event participants and the appropriate staff members

  • Keeping
    staff members and the Congresswoman updated in real time about schedule
    changes

  • Creating
    a weekly schedule that balances the Congresswoman’s official and
    unofficial time in DC

  • Maintaining
    files of invitations that have been declined, accepted, or that are
    tentative/pending

  • Preparing
    thank-you notes for the Congresswoman to send following DC and District
    meetings

  • Maintaining
    a “homework binder” for the Congresswoman

  • Working
    with the Chief of Staff to update and track the office budget

  • Processing
    vouchers for travel and expense reimbursement for the Member and staff

  • Processing
    and all office expenditures, and reconciling office expenditures on a
    bi-weekly basis

  • Assisting
    with other operational tasks such as booking rooms for meetings,
    responding to constituent requests (e.g. tours, photo ops, etc.),
    assigning parking spaces to staff, and assisting the Chief of Staff with
    the management of payroll and benefits

  • Serving
    as a member of the “front office” team, including assisting the Staff
    Assistant as needed with answering the phone and greeting visitors

  • Additional
    duties related to managing the overall operation of the DC office



 



To apply, please submit a one-page resume, 2-3
references, and answers to the following three additional questions to Spanberger.Inquiries@mail.house.gov with
“DC Scheduler” in the subject line. Competitive salary commensurate with experience.



 



Three additional questions:



1.       If Rep. Spanberger was taking a meeting in DC with a
stakeholder group, what information would you want to make sure she had in
advance of that meeting?



2.       The person in this role will get dozens of requests every
day for meetings/events for Rep. Spanberger to attend. What would be your
system for tracking/responding to those invitations?



3.       Do you have a salary requirement or expected salary
range?



 



Rep. Spanberger’s office is an equal
opportunity employer. The office does not discriminate on the basis of race,
color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin,
age, genetic information, disability, or uniformed service.

Legislative Assistant

Rep. Adam Smith (WA-09) is seeking a Legislative
Assistant to handle a policy portfolio, including, but not limited to
Healthcare, Judiciary, Technology and Telecommunications. Candidates should
possess in-depth knowledge of the legislative process and previous hill
experience, excellent communication and organizational skills, and work well in
a fast paced environment.  Responsibilities include developing legislative
initiatives, tracking legislation, writing constituent correspondence and
representing the office in meetings. 



 



This is not an entry-level legislative
position. Washington state ties are a plus. We are an Equal Opportunity
Employer.  To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, and writing
sample to wa09.jobs@mail.house.gov
by COB Thursday, February 20th.  Please no walk-ins or phone calls.

Legislative Director

Rep. Joe Cunningham (SC-01) seeks a Legislative Director to manage an active issue portfolio that includes, but is not necessarily limited to, health care, transportation, labor, and manufacturing.  Responsibilities include overseeing the office’s legislative operation and staff, including both Committee and floor activity; providing vote and cosponsorship recommendations to the member; writing floor speeches; drafting and editing constituent correspondence; meeting with constituents and advocacy groups on behalf of the member; and numerous other assigned tasks.  The LD must have the ability to think strategically about the member’s overall legislative priorities, and is expected to work closely with district office staff and constituents.  Experience in a frontline office and/or South Carolina ties are pluses.  Please send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to cunninghamresumes@gmail.com with “Legislative Director” in the subject line.  No phone calls, faxes, individual emails, or walk-ins, please. 

QUALIFICATIONS:
-At least five years of substantive legislative, policy, or related experience;
-A demonstrated understanding of health care, transportation, labor, and manufacturing policy, and a working knowledge of environmental and veterans/military issues.
-Strong understanding of politics and the intersection of politics and policy; 
-Knowledge of floor procedure, the amendment introduction process, and the appropriations process is a plus.
-Strong writing, interpersonal, and organizational skills are required;
-Minority candidates are encouraged to apply;
-South Carolina (particularly in-district) ties are a major plus.

This is a senior, non-supervisory position and reports directly to the Chief of Staff.  The office is an equal opportunity employer.  Women, people of color, and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Chief of Staff

The Office
of Congressman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01)
seeks a Chief of Staff to lead the
Member’s offices. The Chief of Staff is responsible for managing a team
dedicated to advancing the Member’s legislative agenda, fulfilling a
communications strategy, and administering office operations.



 



The role
of Chief of Staff requires significant Hill, political, and management
experience with a strong understanding of legislative procedure and policy.
This position requires knowledge of key issues under the jurisdiction of the
House Committee on Energy and Commerce and a desire to come up with
comprehensive solutions to improve quality of life in low-income communities.



 



Responsibilities
include staffing the Member to issue-related events, representing the Member on
their behalf, and other committee-related duties.



 



Any
interested candidate must be an excellent writer, a strong leader,
detail-oriented, politically savvy, have demonstrated experience in policy,
ability to manage multiple and competing tasks, and have excellent
organizational and proofreading skills.



 



North
Carolina ties, Capitol Hill experience, and experience using Intranet Quorum
(IQ) are preferred, but not required.



 



In
summary, successful candidates should possess the following:



 




  • Significant
    Hill, political, and management experience

  • Strong
    understanding of legislative procedure and policy

  • Desire
    to make and grow relationships with other staff and members to fulfill
    whip responsibilities

  • Knowledge
    of key issues under Energy and Commerce jurisdiction

  • Strong
    leadership, interpersonal, communications and collaborative skills

  • Ability
    to collaborate with Member on creation and implementation of legislative,
    press, and political strategy

  • Proven
    track record in multi-tasking, managing a productive team and running an
    effective operation

  • Ability
    to use and leverage technology to maximize operational effectiveness and
    support tech-savvy member

  • Willing
    to work evenings and weekends, when necessary

  • Knowledge
    of North Carolina and/or rural districts a plus



 



Any
interested applicant should be a team player. No phone calls or drop-ins. We
are an equal opportunity employer.



 



Applicants
should submit their application materials at the link below by Thursday,
February 20, 2020
at 5:00 PM

Legislative Director

Western Battleground Democrat seeks a Legislative Director
to lead legislative staff and coordinate the Member’s legislative agenda. This
is not an entry-level position. Successful applicants must be able to
successfully manage and mentor staff, think strategically in fast-paced
environments, and have a team-first, lead-by-example mentality. Knowledge of
House legislative processes, appropriations process, excellent organization and
communication skills, and the ability to proactively lead and manage a
collaborative team are required. Applicants should also expect to manage a
personal legislative portfolio. Nevada ties are a plus. Interested candidates
should email a cover letter, resume, and a writing sample to NV03resumes@gmail.com with the
following subject line: [First Name Last Name] – Legislative Director. No phone
calls, faxes, or walk-ins, please.



 



This office is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people
of color, and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Nevada ties a
plus.

Legislative Intern (Paid)

The
Assistant Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Ben Ray
Luján (NM-03), is hiring for a paid full-time legislative intern for his Washington, D.C.
office. Candidates should be motivated, flexible, and detail-oriented
individuals with availability starting in
February/March and can stay a
minimum of 10 weeks. New Mexico ties are a plus but are not required.



Please
send application materials (resume, cover letter,
references, and writing sample) to
internforbenraylujan@gmail.com with the subject SPRING LEG INTERN 

Intern
responsibilities include answering phone calls, greeting visitors, writing
memos, leading tours of the Capitol and assisting experienced staff with
projects in diverse issue areas. Interns will have the opportunity to work in a
Democratic Leadership office and will have a large range of legislative
projects and duties to work on. Candidates should be outgoing and possess
strong oral and written communication skills, an ability to multitask in a
fast-paced environment, and a good sense of humor. Prior
experience using IQ is a plus but not required. Candidates with New Mexico ties
are strongly encouraged to apply. Individuals from a range of identities and
backgrounds, including those from historically disenfranchised communities are
also strongly encouraged to apply. 


FOR BEST CONSIDERATION PLEASE APPLY BY FEB. 24th



Legislative Correspondent

Congressman Jerrold Nadler seeks a Legislative Correspondent to serve in his Washington, DC office.

 

Responsibilities include managing an active constituent correspondence program, including sorting, batching, and responding to constituent correspondence in a timely manner. In addition, the LC will be responsible for assisting legislative staff with writing and research projects. Previous Hill experience, including familiarity with Fireside, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment is strongly preferred. Rep. Nadler is committed to, and benefits from, a diverse staff. The office does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including marital or parental status, sexual orientation, and gender identity), disability, age, or national origin.  

 

To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and two writing samples to NY10.DCJOB@mail.house.gov with “Legislative Correspondent” in the subject line.   

Judiciary Legislative Assistant

Active member of the House Judiciary Committee seeks Legislative Assistant to handle Judiciary portfolio in Member’s personal office. The LA will handle an issue portfolio focused on committee and committee-related work including a focus on criminal justice and civil rights issues. Responsibilities include coordinating with committee staff, preparing materials for hearings, drafting legislation and amendments, writing talking points and memoranda, and interacting with key constituent groups and stakeholders.

 

Applicants should have strong organizational, writing, and communication skills and demonstrate the ability to learn quickly and take initiative. Candidates should also be detail oriented and able to work proficiently and collaboratively in a fast-paced team environment. A JD is preferred, but not required. Louisiana ties are a plus.

 

Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and two writing samples to Richmond.Resumes@mail.house.gov.  Please write “Judiciary Legislative Assistant” in the subject line. This is not an entry level position. Please no phone calls or drop-ins.

Legislative Assistant

SUMMARY: Representative Jason Crow (D-CO-6) seeks a legislative assistant to manage an issue portfolio that includes, but is not limited to, health care, immigration, education, and all matters relating to the Congressman’s service on the Small Business Committee. Responsibilities include developing and planning legislative initiatives; monitoring legislative developments in-portfolio within committees and on the House floor; writing floor speeches for the Member; drafting constituent correspondence; meeting with constituents and advocacy groups on behalf of the Member; and other assigned tasks. Please send a resume, cover letter and  a 1-2 page writing sample to resumes.co06@gmail.com with “Legislative Assistant” in the subject line by Thursday, January 23, 2020. No phone calls, faxes, emails, or walk-ins, please.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • At least two years of substantive legislative, policy, or related experience;
  • A demonstrated understanding of health care, immigration, and education policy;
  • Knowledge of the bill and amendment introduction process is a plus, including Rules Committee procedures;
  • Familiarity with the scope and duties of the Small Business Committee;
  • Strong writing, interpersonal, self-motivation, and organizations skills are a must;
  • Knowledge of Spanish is a plus;
  • Colorado ties are a plus.

 

This is a non-supervisory position and reports directly to the Legislative Director. The office is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

SCHEDULER

Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) seeks an experienced and highly organized Scheduler to be based in the Washington, DC office. Responsibilities include:

 

  • Drafting short- and long-term DC and district calendars
  • Working with internal and external stakeholders to maximize time efficiency
  • Coordinating all travel, including extensive international committee-based trips
  • Driving the Member in DC
  • Assisting with Member’s personal correspondence
  • Anticipate and proactively provide solutions to expected issues with schedule

 

This is a senior staff position; two years of experience preferred, previous Hill or other scheduling and/or fast-paced operations role experience highly preferred. Session nights and weekend availability by phone sometimes required.

 

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Women, people of color, LGBTQ+ individuals, people with disabilities, and members of other underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Hudson Valley or New York ties are a plus. Please send resume, cover letter, and two references to ny18maloneyleg@gmail.com.

Press/Digital Assistant

Representative David Price (NC-04) seeks a Washington, DC-based Press/Digital Assistant.

 

Responsibilities include developing daily content for the Congressman’s social media accounts, drafting newsletters, creating graphics, updating the website, as well as recording and editing videos. In addition, the staff member will produce daily clips, draft press releases, assist with responding to press inquiries, compile and update press lists, and staff the Congressman at DC-based interviews. The staff member will report to and work closely with the Congressman’s North Carolina-based Communications Director.

 

This is not an entry-level position. The ideal candidate will be creative and a strong writer who understands social media trends. At least one year of Capitol Hill or other relevant experience and familiarity with Fireside preferred. North Carolina ties a plus. The Office of Representative Price is an equal opportunity employer committed to building and maintaining an inclusive and diverse work environment. Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume, a writing sample, and two examples of graphics or other digital communications work, along with three professional references to NC04job@mail.house.gov and include “Press/Digital Assistant” in the subject line. No phone calls, faxes, or walk-ins, please.

Communication Director

Rep. Suzan DelBene (WA-1), a Member of the Ways and Means Committee, seeks a proactive Communication Director based in her Washington, DC office.  Responsibilities include responding to media inquiries; writing press releases and speeches; pitching stories to Washington state and national media; overseeing the office’s social media accounts; managing an assistant; organizing press events in DC and Washington state.  Qualified candidates should have very strong writing skills, on-the-record experience, are self-motivated, have at least five years of experience in communications, and work well in a collaborative environment. This is not an entry-level position.  Some travel to Washington state is expected.

 

Please send a cover letter, resume and at least two writing samples to washington.resumes@mail.house.gov.  If you have salary requirements, please include them in your application.  The office is an equal opportunity employer; we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation.  Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply.  Pacific Northwest ties and familiarity with national, regional and local media outlets are positives.   No calls or drop-ins, please.

Press Intern (Paid)

The Assistant Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives,
Congressman Ben Ray Luján (NM-03), is hiring a paid full-time press intern for
his Washington, D.C. office to work on the communications team. Candidates
should be a motivated, flexible, and detail-oriented individuals with
availability starting in January/February and can stay a minimum of 10 weeks.
New Mexico ties are a plus but are not required.

 

Intern responsibilities include assisting communications staff
with writing memos, briefing the Assistant Speaker, working on press releases
and statements from the congressman, social media, and digital content
creation. Interns will have the opportunity to work in a Democratic Leadership
office and will have a large range of projects and duties to work on.
Candidates should be outgoing and possess strong oral and written communication
skills, an ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment, and a good sense
of humor. Candidates with New Mexico ties are strongly encouraged to apply.
Individuals from a range of identities and backgrounds, including those from
historically disenfranchised communities are also strongly encouraged to apply.

 









Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, list
of references, and a writing sample to internforbenraylujan@gmail.com



 



 

Legislative Assistant

Congresswoman
Jackie Speier (CA-14) seeks an experienced Legislative Assistant to be the
primary person handling her work on the Committee on Oversight and Reform.
Additional responsibilities will include handling
tax, trade, consumer protection, civil rights,
judiciary, and financial services for the Congresswoman.  Applicants
should have previous experience on Capitol Hill, work well in a team-oriented
environment, and possess strong verbal, organizational and time management
skills. Candidates with a law degree are preferred. Salary commensurate
with experience. 



 



Qualified applicants should
send a cover letter, resume, and one writing sample to
CA14Jobs@mail.house.gov no later than Friday, January 24th. Diverse candidates, women, and LGBTQ persons are strongly
encouraged to apply. Please, no drop-ins or phone calls.  

Technology Policy Counsel

The House Small Business Committee (Democratic staff) seeks
a staffer to work on issues related to small business technology and
telecommunications policy and a knowledge of the Small Business Innovation
Research (SBIR) program is a plus. Candidate must be an outstanding writer,
have a demonstrated capacity to generate new ideas, and the proven ability to
analyze legislation.  

This is not an entry level position. A graduate
degree is strongly preferred. Exceptional writing and analytical skills are a
must. Prior Hill, federal agency, private sector or policy think tank
experience is preferred. The office is an equal opportunity employer and
encourages candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply. Please send cover
letter and resume to hsbcdems@gmail.com
with the position name in the subject line.

Legislative Assistant for Rep. Sherrill

Representative
Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ-11) seeks a Legislative Assistant to manage her Science,
Space and Technology (SST) Committee work, and oversee several other domestic
policy areas. Responsibilities include managing Congresswoman Sherrill’s
legislative work as Chairwoman of the Environment Subcommittee on SST;
overseeing a policy portfolio that includes health, addiction, environment, and
energy; crafting policy positions, legislation and amendments; writing relevant
committee and floor talking points; working with committee and member office
staff; and building relationships with constituent groups and advocacy
organizations.



Applicants
should have a significant understanding of environment and health policy;
experience with the legislative process; and a minimum of two years of
substantive legislative, policy, or related experience.  Strong applicants
will have experience working on Committee issues, have experience authoring
legislation and/or amendments, and be familiar with the Rules Committee and floor
procedures.  Applicants must be self-starters with demonstrated writing,
verbal, and organizational skills.



This
is not an entry-level position; previous legislative experience in relevant
issues is required.



The office is an equal
opportunity employer. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ candidates are strongly
encouraged to apply.  New Jersey ties are a plus.   



Qualified
candidates should send their applications (resume, cover letter, references,
and a one-page writing sample) to
resumes.nj11@mail.house.gov with “Legislative Assistant” in the subject line by January 22,
2020. 
No phone calls, faxes, emails, or walk-ins, please.

Caucus Assistant

Democratic Leadership
office seeks motivated and punctual individual to manage the front office,
supervise a robust internship program, plan and execute Member-level events
such as the weekly meeting of the House Democratic Caucus, manage the Caucus
letter folding program, complete Spanish translation projects, schedule senior
staff and support other departments in a fast paced environment. The job
primarily involves operational, administrative and management tasks, as well as
a close working relationship with other departments. The Caucus Assistant will
report directly to the Operations and Outreach Coordinator. Candidates must be
proactive project supervisors, excellent writers, diligent organizers and
strong team players with an interest in developing their own leadership skills.
Applicants with Spanish fluency are strongly encouraged to apply. Prior
experience in a Congressional office and a positive attitude is a plus. This is
an entry-level position and requires the ability to manage multiple
high-priority tasks at once. This office is an equal opportunity employer
committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color,
age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or
disability.
Women and minority applicants are encouraged to apply.



 



To apply, please send
PDFs of resume, cover letter, writing sample and three professional references
to DemCaucus.Jobs@mail.house.gov with name and “2020 Caucus
Assistant Application” in the subject line
. Absolutely no phone calls
or drop-ins please

Seeking Oversight & Investigations Legal Fellow

The Majority of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs,
Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations is accepting applications for a
legal fellowship position in Washington, DC. The position will support
Congressman Joaquin Castro in his role as chairman of the Subcommittee.



 



Positions will begin in January 2020, through the Spring.
This fellowship will provide a valuable, hands-on experience on a congressional
committee and a greater understanding of the legislative process.  Fellows
will work closely with an active foreign policy team, engage in oversight of
foreign affairs, and will be expected to produce high-level content under tight
deadlines.



 



Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to,
conducting policy research, drafting legislation, memos and briefs, assisting
staff with preparation for Committee hearings and attending hearings and
briefings.  Fellows should expect to work on a variety of issue areas
including matters before the House Foreign Affairs Committee.  Qualified
applicants should have excellent research and writing skills, the ability to
perform under pressure, interest in the legislative process, a professional
demeanor and a collegial attitude. Experience in the oversight functions of
Congress, the executive branch, or litigation, including through previous legal
clerkships, in addition to familiarity with document production, will strengthen
an application.



 



This is an excellent opportunity for current law school
students and recent graduates seeking substantive Capitol Hill
experience.  No undergraduate students will be considered.  Part-time
applicants will be considered.



 



Interested applicants should email a resume, cover letter,
and a short writing sample to oversightinvestigations.fa.jobs@gmail.com
with “O&I Legal Fellow” in the subject line. Applicants must include their
proposed start/end dates and weekly availability in the email
application.  Please, no calls or walk-ins.