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Professional Policy Staffer (health) – Republican Study Committee

The Republican Study Committee seeks a professional policy staffer to cover healthcare; the position will have other issues in the portfolio, which will be assigned based on need and experience.  Duties include serving as the principal advisor on all issues in the portfolio, producing analysis for all relevant legislation, developing innovative policy proposals, hosting member and staff briefings, and interacting with the conservative movement both on and off the Hill.  

The ideal candidate will be a conservative committed to the principles of the RSC, a self-starter, willing to put in the hours necessary to complete the job, and able to interact well will others in a fast-paced atmosphere.  This is not an entry level job; the candidate must have minimum 3 years of Congressional experience.  The RSC is the caucus of conservatives in the House of Representatives, including 157 Members.  

Please send resume and cover letter to: RSC.Job@mail.house.gov.

 

Creative Services Manager – House Republican Leadership Office

We’re seeking a talented visual designer for our private and internal brand packaging initiatives. Interested applicants are invited to apply by clicking here: https://housegop.typeform.com/to/LHOCmw.

Digital Designer – House Republican Conference

At the House Republican Conference, we pride ourselves on our team’s shared values, “Have Fun While We SERVE” (Seek excellence, Everybody matters, Responsibly own it, Vigilant integrity, Embrace change). We believe in a culture of honesty and innovation, and we’re always striving to improve as we work together to better serve the Chair; our Conference membership; and the American people. The House Republican Conference is the messaging arm of House GOP lawmakers. We want to take our bold House GOP agenda to every corner of America – that means meeting people where they are and reaching new audiences. We’re looking for a Digital Designer to be part of the Conference Digital team. He or she will be responsible for the House Republican Conference’s external video and graphic production. They will assist the Digital Director with comprehensive creative collateral for major legislative initiatives like tax   reform, budget, health care, infrastructure, etc. Additionally they will create short, social media-focused videos for more consistent content on House GOP channels. The ideal candidate is a political, visual storyteller with an eye for graphic design and an ability to creatively translate complicated policy initiatives into simple, meaningful videos and graphics. Most importantly, he or she will be eager to grow and determined to excel.

Does that sound like you? Then apply now!  Fill out your application here: https://housegop.typeform.com/to/Ih3hWi.

Video Producer – Senate Republican Conference

The Senate Republican Conference in Washington, DC, is looking to hire a video producer. Working with GOP Senators and staff, this person will help conceptualize ideas and produce high quality, creative video content that furthers our messaging objectives on social and traditional media platforms. Qualifications: 2+ years of experience of video editing on Final Cut Pro and/or Adobe Premier suites; knowledge of motion graphics experience such as Apple Motion or Adobe After Effects (ideally 2+ years); knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and/or Illustrator.  Candidates must have the ability to manage priorities, meet deadlines and work well within a fast-paced, multi-tasking environment; must be able to independently conceive, execute and complete creative projects to match the vision and brand of the SRC from beginning to end. Please send resumes to resumes@src.senate.gov.

Health Policy Fellow – Senate Democratic Policy & Communications Committee

Senate Democratic Policy and Communications Committee seeks a graduate fellow (in school, or recently graduated) with a degree in a health-policy related field for the summer and fall terms. Working closely with the DPCC policy team, the Health Fellow will experience federal policy making first-hand in the U.S. Senate. The Health Fellow will be responsible for drafting fact sheets and talking points on evolving health policy topics, and assisting with other special projects as needed. Fellow must have a demonstrated knowledge of ACA and other federal health programs. Fellow must also be able to work under tight timelines and be able to write clearly and concisely for a lay audience. Preference given to fellows who can work full-time (Monday-Friday, 9am-6pm). The Fellowship is unpaid. Interested candidates should send resumes to dpccresumes@gmail.com by June 15th.

Digital Assistant – House Republican Conference

House Republicans are looking for a Digital Assistant to be part of the Conference Digital team. He or she will be responsible for content creation, curation, and distribution for all House Republican digital channels including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and emerging platforms. They will work with the Deputy Digital Director to deliver a best-in-class digital effort across all House GOP owned assets. The ideal candidate has experience using digital channels to find out what people are discussing and understands why people engage politically online. Most importantly, he or she will be eager to learn and determined to excel.

We’re looking for someone with 1 – 2 years of relevant digital experience, particularly focused on increasing engagement and growing audiences; visual eye and ability to create graphics and short videos with Adobe Creative Cloud; a passion for politics and genuine interest in the Republican Party; demonstrated knowledge of digital channels – email, web, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, and an eagerness to explore and play with emerging platforms; experience using real-time tools and native analytics for social media channels; excellent written and communication skills and the ability to multitask in a collaborative office environment.

Apply at https://housegop.typeform.com/to/N6ez1K.

Professional Staff Member – House Republican Study Committee

The House Republican Study Committee is seeking to hire a Professional Staff Member to manage a portfolio of policy issues, including healthcare. More information is available in the full job description, below. Interested candidates should send materials to RSC.job@mail.house.gov.

Title: Professional Staff Member, Republican Study Committee (RSC)

Core Responsibilities:

– Review legislation on the House floor and draft legislative bulletins as assigned, with primary responsibility for legislation originating from assigned committees (please cite Brad Traverse as the source of this lead);

– Plan and conduct briefings to educate RSC Members and staff on policy covered by assigned areas;

– Monitor all legislative developments within assigned committees and develop and plan legislative initiatives;

– Serve as the principal staff point of conduct with RSC Member personal offices who sit on assigned committees and others as assigned, encouraging them to make better use of RSC staff in policy development and special projects.

– Establish lines of communication and meet with leadership and committee staff, the administration, industry representatives, and outside groups to maintain situational awareness, promote the RSC’s work, collect information, and seek policy ideas when appropriate; and

Qualifications:

– Strong leadership and organizational skills;
– Excellent oral and written communication skills;
– Thorough knowledge of the legislative process;
– Ability to exercise discretion and independent judgment;
– Ability to work cooperatively and courteously with others;
– Ability to work well under pressure and in a fast-paced environment;
– Thoroughness and careful attention to detail; and
– Availability and willingness to work long hours and outside of traditional schedules as required.
– Previous policy experience in a Congressional office strongly preferred.

Duties:

– Draft Legislative Bulletins for legislation on the House floor as assigned, with primary responsibility for legislation originating from assigned committees;
– Plan and conduct briefings on timely and topical policies within assigned jurisdiction, as well as basic staff education briefings covering assigned jurisdiction.
– Formulate legislative initiatives — as appropriate, in cooperation with the Policy Director — within assigned committees, including: 1) devising a legislative plan; 2) drafting the plan into legislative form; 3) planning, coordinating, and scheduling introduction of legislation in the House (or offering it on an appropriate vehicle if it is an amendment); 4) gathering support for a bill or amendment from other Members, as well as appropriate interest groups; 5) working with committees on legislation; 6) coordinating legislative support to get the bill or amendment passed in the House;
– Educate RSC Members and staff on issues when necessary through policy briefs, one-pagers, or direct communication;
– Understand the issues and track legislation and other developments within his or her assigned committees and brief the Chairman, RSC Members, and the Policy Director often;
– Attend the Conservative Staff Meeting and brief staff on relevant issues, working in conjunction with the Policy Director and Executive Director;
– Suggest agenda topics for the weekly RSC Members meeting, working in conjunction with the Policy Director and the Executive Director;
– Plan and coordinate support for RSC Members’ legislative initiatives when appropriate;
– Maintain a detailed list of RSC accomplishments and activity review within assigned areas;
– Act as liaison with leadership and committee staff, the administration, industry representatives, outside groups, etc.;
– Perform special projects assigned;
– Assist RSC member offices with legislative research, policy development and special projects; and,
– Perform other duties as assigned.

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Interested candidates should send materials to RSC.job@mail.house.gov.

Policy Advisor (health/budget) – Senate Democratic Policy & Communications Committee

The Democratic Policy and Communications Committee seeks a Policy Advisor for its health care and budget portfolio. Candidates should have at least three years of work experience (this may include graduate school) and be able to write quickly. Prior Senate experience and a familiarity with health care, budget, labor, and education policy issues preferred. The salary range is $50-60k per year. Please send a resume and 1-2 page writing sample to dpccresumes@gmail.com.

Press Assistant/Researcher – Office of the House Democratic Whip

The Office of the House Democratic Whip is seeking a Press Assistant/Researcher to join an aggressive communications team.  Candidates for this position must possess particularly strong research and writing skills and a high level of attention to detail.  Must be a team player with working knowledge of the press and political know-how.  Must have prior press experience; Hill or campaign experience and familiarity with social media and website management a plus.  Candidates must be able to work a flexible schedule, including long hours. Willingness to take initiative, generate creative ideas, and ability to work under deadline pressure a must.  Email cover letter and resume to resume.inbox@mail.house.gov.

Communications Director – House Democratic Caucus

Incoming House Democratic Caucus Chairman Joe Crowley (D-NY) seeks an experienced and highly motivated Communications Director with five or more years of experience. The Communications Director will serve as an on-the-record spokesperson and will be responsible for: day-to-day media relations; drafting press releases, talking points, op-eds, speeches, and other materials; preparing the Member for interviews and speaking engagements; coordinating with policy and legislative staff to executive press strategies; and other relevant duties.

Candidates should have excellent writing and media relations skills, an understanding of the legislative process and issues, and the ability to operate in a fast-paced environment. Prior Hill, government/political communications, or journalism experience preferred. Position will report to the Director for Strategic Communications and will start in early January.

Please email a cover letter, resume, and two writing samples to Courtney Gidner at demcaucuscommsjob@gmail.com. Please note that the office will not accept any phone calls, emails, or walk-ins with respect to this announcement.

Press Secretary for Regional & Specialty Media – House Democratic Caucus

House Democratic Caucus Chairman Xavier Becerra (CA-34) seeks a regional and specialty media press secretary for his leadership office. The ideal candidate has at three years of press experience under his or her belt, a nose for news and fluency in Spanish.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

-Writing media advisories
-Media outreach to print, TV and radio reporters, including Spanish language outlets
-Supporting production of press events
-Translating and transcribing interviews
-Some video production

Women and minority applicants are encouraged to apply. Digital skills are a plus, but not a must.

Please send an email and cover letter to House Democratic Caucus Communications Director Sarah Lovenheim: sarah.lovenheim@mail.house.gov with the subject “Press Secretary Opening.”

Deputy Digital Director – Senate Republican Leadership Office

Senate Republican leadership office is seeking a Deputy Digital Director to manage website and other content, including data visualization projects. Required skills: Experience managing content with a CMS (WordPress; Drupal). Proficiency in HTML & CSS. Preferred candidate will have portfolio of front and backend web development. Proficiency in developing data visualizations from start-to-finish (wrangling raw data sets, identifying options, finalizing high quality graphics). Proficiency in PowerPoint. Proficiency with graphics software. Attention to detail and a high level of organization are necessary. The position works on multiple projects simultaneously with hard deadlines. The position will work closely with policy staff in designing appropriate graphics for policy material. Salary commensurate with experience. Email cover letter and resume to RepublicanPolicyJob@gmail.com.

Press Intern – House Democratic Caucus

The House Democratic Caucus seeks a full-time press intern for August 2016 and/or Fall 2016.

Intern responsibilities include assisting with press clips, video production and editing, photography, graphic design, tracking metrics, transcribing interviews and supporting team projects.

Applicants should be self-starters, motivated, detail-oriented, possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, and be able to problem solve and multitask. Experience in Adobe Suite, particularly Photoshop, Illustrator, and Premiere, and proficiency in Spanish highly preferred.

Experience and interest in press operations and the congressional process is a plus. Minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applicants must be either college/graduate students or Congressional internship program participants.

Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter detailing availability, and references to elizabeth.lopez-sandoval@mail.house.gov.

Digital Assistant – House Democratic Leadership Office

House Democratic leadership office seeking candidates for Digital Assistant position as part of an aggressive communications operation.  Responsibilities include assisting in the drafting of content for social media, website updates and maintenance, with a preference for experience in broadcast-quality video production and editing.

The ideal applicant will have experience working in communications, digital strategy or television news production.  Hill experience is not required, but energy, enthusiasm and being a team-player is a must.

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.

Please send resume, two writing samples and at least two samples of original digital product, one of which must be video, (hyperlinks ok) to housedempressoffice@gmail.com.

Judiciary Counsel – Senate Republican Leadership Office

Senate Republican leadership office is seeking a Judiciary Counsel to manage Judiciary, Homeland Security, Government Reform, and Senate Rules portfolio. The position is a senior member of the policy team. Familiarity with Senate rules is required. Minimum of five years professional experience. Salary commensurate with experience. Email cover letter and resume to RepublicanPolicyJob@gmail.com.

Scheduler – House Democratic Leadership Office

House Democratic Leadership Office seeks a Scheduler to join a two-person operation. Candidates should be meticulous, well-organized, hard-working and ready to operate in a fast-paced environment. High degree of professionalism required, as well as an ability to work a flexible schedule, including long hours. Responsibilities include working closely with the Director of Scheduling to maintain the Member’s daily and long-term schedules, coordinating all travel arrangements, and managing scheduling requests. Candidates should have experience working with high-level principals. Capitol Hill experience preferred. Salary commensurate with experience.  Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and references to DemocraticLeaderScheduling@gmail.com.

Press Secretary – House Democratic Caucus

The House Democratic Caucus seeks a press secretary. The ideal candidate has at least three years of press experience under his or her belt, a nose for news and fluency in Spanish.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Drafting press releases and statements
Media outreach to print, TV and radio reporters
Supporting production of press events
Translating and transcribing interviews
Some video production

Digital skills are a plus. Women and minority applicants are encouraged to apply.

Please send an email and cover letter to House Democratic Caucus Communications Director Sarah Lovenheim at demcaucus.jobs@mail.house.gov with the subject “Press Secretary Opening.”

Communications Interns – House Republican Conference

The House Republican Conference, a GOP leadership office, is looking for Communications Interns for SPRING/SUMMER 2016.
Projects are dependent on the interns’ strengths and interests. They may include social media, writing, research, event planning, and media bookings. Interns are responsible for generating social media content for the @HouseGOP Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. In addition to social media, interns will be able to assist in, organize, and attend press conferences and media events held for GOP Members of Congress. Applicants should have excellent communication skills, a can-do attitude, and a demonstrated interest in digital media. Experience with the Adobe Creative Suite and HTML/CSS is appreciated, but not required. This position is unpaid, but academic credit can be arranged. If interested please contact PAM STEVENS AT pam.stevens@mail.house.gov.

Staff Assistant – House Democratic Leadership Office

House Democratic Leadership Office seeks Staff Assistant to join Front Office team.  Candidates should be well-organized, hard-working and detail-oriented.  High degree of professionalism required, as well as an ability to work a flexible schedule, including long hours. Duties include answering and screening telephone calls, greeting visitors, supervising interns, assisting staff and other administrative duties as needed.  Capitol Hill experience preferred.  Salary commensurate with experience.  Email cover letter, resume and references to:  resume.inbox@mail.house.gov.

Spring Interns – House Republican Conference

The House Republican Conference and the Office of Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers, a Republican leadership office, are looking for Spring interns. Responsibilities in the Conference office include coordinating and setting up for events, conferences, and meetings; managing the front office; and many administrative duties. There are also opportunities to work with the Communications, Coalitions, and Policy teams on various projects as well as with our Member Services staff. Additionally, these interns will work in the Chair’s personal office, which represents Washington’s 5th District. Here, interns will interact with constituents through phone calls, mail, tours, and processing flag requests. Applicants should be detail-oriented and friendly, as well as be able to successfully multitask in a fast-paced, professional environment.  Strong written and oral communication skills as well as strong customer service skills are required. Ties to Washington State are a plus. This position is unpaid. Please submit a resume, cover letter, and references to jared.powell@mail.house.gov by October 31st in order to apply.

Press Intern – House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)

Communications office for Democratic Leadership seeks a driven and dedicated press intern to assist a fast-paced press team with daily operations to start immediately. This is an unpaid, full-time, Monday through Friday position.

Job Description: Intern responsibilities include, but are not limited to: answering phones, fielding reporter inquiries, assisting with the management of press events, helping to monitor press clips, tracking social media and breaking news, and transcribing interviews, speeches, and remarks.

Requirements: Interns should have a demonstrated interest in political communication. Applicants should have strong writing and proofreading skills, an ability to handle high-pressure situations, and a solid understanding of politics and the legislative process. Prior Hill experience and/or social media and Spanish language skills are a plus.

Please e-mail resume and cover letter to taylor.griffin@mail.house.gov.

Interns – Senate Democratic Leadership Office

Democratic leadership office seeks full-time unpaid interns for immediate opening.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to: administrative tasks, handling constituent calls, and performing legislative research and drafting memos for staff members.  Candidates should possess strong writing and research skills and a demonstrated interest in public service.  Previous Hill internship experience is strongly preferred.  Please e-mail cover letter and resume to senate_employment@saa.senate.gov with 222926 as the job referral number in the subject line.

National Security/Foreign Policy Fellow – House Republican Leadership Office

A Republican leadership office in the House of Representatives is seeking an experienced student or recent graduate to fill the role of National Security/Foreign Policy Fellow. The Fellow will be a part of the office’s policy team, which supports the leadership and district activities of a member of House GOP leadership, and will report directly to the policy director. The Fellow is tasked with following a range of national security issues and periodically briefing senior staff leadership and the member on relevant developments. Additionally, the Fellow helps manage engagement with representatives of foreign governments, non-governmental actors, and think tanks, and plays a key role in the office’s priority national security and foreign policy initiatives. This is an unpaid fellowship.

The Fellow’s responsibilities include:

-Gathering and analyzing open-source information on a variety of national security and foreign policy issues
-Providing update briefings to senior staff and the member
-Writing weekly briefing memos on a range of topics
-Meeting with representatives of foreign governments, non-state actors, and think-tanks
-Coordinating staff and member level briefings on priority issues facings facing Congress

The ideal candidate will be/posses the following:

-Graduate or undergraduate student, or a recent graduate
-Academic or professional experience in foreign affairs or national security
-Military experience is especially valued
-Strong academic performance
-Excellent writing skills
-Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to thrive in a team environment
-Interest in foreign policy and national security policy-making
-Availability for at least four months

To apply, please send your resume and a cover letter to GOPHouseJobs@gmail.com.

Staff Assistant – House Democratic Leadership Office

House Democratic Leadership Office seeks Staff Assistant to join Front Office team.  Candidates should be well-organized, hard-working and detail-oriented.  High degree of professionalism required, as well as an ability to work a flexible schedule, including long hours. Duties include answering and screening telephone calls, greeting visitors, supervising interns, assisting staff and other administrative duties as needed.  Capitol Hill experience preferred.  Salary commensurate with experience.  Email cover letter, resume and references to:  resume.inbox@mail.house.gov.

Fall Interns – House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA)

The Office of Majority Whip Steve Scalise (LA-01) is seeking interns for the Fall 2015 Semester.  Interns will be placed on a rotational program through both the leadership and personal offices of Congressman Scalise. Previous Hill internship experience and/or Louisiana ties are preferred, but not required. Please send any resumes and cover letters to Conner Brace at Conner.Brace@mail.house.gov.

Fall Interns – House Democratic Leadership Office

Democratic Leadership Office seeks highly motivated, part-time or full time interns for Fall 2015.

Intern responsibilities include administrative duties and a few legislative duties as necessary.  Administrative support includes sorting mail, preparing briefing binders, setting up events, and other special projects as assigned by staff.  The position requires the ability to multitask, strong organizational skills, and a desire to work in a fast-paced environment.  The internship is unpaid, but interns will gain valuable Capitol Hill experience in a Democratic Leadership office.

Please send a resume and cover letter to deminternship@gmail.com.  Please no drop bys, phone calls, or emailing staff members.

Interns – House Democratic Caucus

Rep. Xavier Becerra is looking for interns for his Leadership office. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to) transcribing videos, collecting press clips, live-streaming briefings, supporting the Operations team in preparing Caucus events, answering phones, providing constituency outreach support to Democratic Members of Congress and their staff, conducting research, extracting and formatting large quantities of data, writing detailed memos, attending relevant briefings and meetings, and assisting with team projects.

Applicants should be motivated, detail-oriented, possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, and be able to problem solve and multi-task. Experience or interest in social media is a plus. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Eligibility: The House Democratic Caucus seeks full-time interns, only. Applicants must be either college/graduate students receiving academic credit or Congressional internship/fellowship program participants.

To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to CaucusInternResume@mail.house.gov. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Tech Services Intern – Senate Republican Conference

The Senate Republican Conference seeks a Tech Services Intern to work in the Multimedia Services Department.  The intern will assist with all aspects of studio production, including but not limited to:  studio lighting,  studio setup, studio camera placement and operation, teleprompter loading and operation, control room operation, audio board operation, and satellite transmissions. The intern will also assist with all aspects of field production, including but not limited to:  carrying necessary gear to field locations, setup and breakdown of equipment in the field, lighting, audio, and video acquisition, mobile teleprompter operation, assist Senate Press Personnel in our office and remotely via the phone or email, become familiar with and assist with our Senate-wide video distribution platform Snapstream,  assist with video and audio editing. This position involves direct contact with Senators and their staff.  Individuals must be socially well-adjusted and be able to judge what is appropriate in conversation and dress.  Individuals must have attention to detail, be able to spell proficiently and have a grasp of sentence structure, be able to spot mistakes in teleprompter scripts, follow directions, possess problem solving skills, work well in a group or independently, be able to lift 35-50 pounds, and have the ability to communicate effectively over phone and email. Individuals may be needed between 9am and 6pm Monday through Friday, but help may be requested on special occasions outside of those times. To apply please email your resume and cover letter to resumes@src.senate.gov.

Press Intern (Fall) – House Democratic Caucus

The House Democratic Caucus is looking for a full time press intern for the fall semester with availability beginning at the end of August.

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to) assisting with press clips, production and editing of studio videos, staffing of live stream events, graphic design, formatting and extracting large quantities of data, and assisting in team projects.  Applicants should be self-starters, motivated, detail-oriented, possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, and be able to problem solve and multi-task. Experience in Adobe Suite or other design software and proficiency in Spanish highly preferred.  Experience and interest in press operations and the congressional process is a plus.  Minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applicants must be either college/graduate students or Congressional internship program participants.  Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter detailing availability to DemCaucusPressIntern@Gmail.com.

Fall Interns – Senate Republican Conference

The Senate Republican Conference seeks undergraduate students or recent graduates for a semester internship beginning early-September and lasting through mid-December to assist a professional staff.  Responsibilities include conducting research, assisting with press events and website maintenance, and strategically thinking with staff members regarding different political issues.  Candidates should possess strong writing and research skills.  Prior political experience is preferred.  Only full-time, unpaid internships are available.  You can learn more about the SRC by going to republican.senate.gov.  Visit thune.senate.gov to learn more about Senator Thune who chairs the Conference.  To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, brief writing sample, one letter of recommendation, and two references to resumes@src.senate.gov.  Deadline for applications is August 7, 2015.

Press Assistant – House Democratic Leadership Office

Democratic Congressional leadership office seeks a hardworking Press Assistant for a busy and demanding press office operation. Candidate should be a proven multi-tasker, have the ability to work creatively and quickly, and have a basic understanding of the issues before Congress. Experience working with media in some capacity is required. Hill experience is preferred.  Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and a short writing sample to: housedempressoffice@gmail.com. No calls or emails.

Fall Intern (paid) – Member of House Republican Leadership

A conservative member of House Republican leadership is now accepting applications for a fall paid internship position. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, researching legislative issues, conducting Capitol tours, attending briefings & hearings, and assisting the Member and staff with data management. In addition the applicant should expect to work on special projects related to the Member’s leadership responsibilities. The ideal candidate will possess strong written and oral communication skills, as well as the ability to complete assignments quickly and accurately in a fast-paced office environment. The ideal candidate will also be organized, a self-starter, and able to multi-task efficiently. Full time availability and a commitment to serve from August 17th through December 11th are required. Any interested candidate should email his or her resume and cover letter to conservative.internship@gmail.com.

National Security Fellow – House Republican Conference

Position description: The House Republican Conference is seeking an experienced student to fill the role of National Security Fellow with the Conference policy team. The policy team works with the Conference Chairwoman, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, and the rest of House leadership to direct and manage policy strategy for Republican members of the House of Representatives. The National Security Fellow is tasked with following a range of national security issues and periodically briefing the chief policy director and the Conference Chair on relevant developments. Additionally, the National Security Fellow acts as a point of contact for representatives of foreign governments, non-government actors operating in the US national security sphere, and national security focused think tanks. This is an unpaid fellowship. The National Security Fellow’s responsibilities include:

•   Following open-source reporting on a variety of national security issues
•   Providing update briefs to the Chief Policy Director and the Conference Chairwoman
•   Writing weekly briefing memos
•   Meeting with representatives of foreign governments and non-state actors
•   Coordinating staff and member level briefings with national security think tanks

The ideal candidate will possess the following:

•   Graduate or undergraduate student
•   Academic or professional experience in international affairs
•   Military Experience
•   Strong academic performance
•   Excellent writing skills
•   Interest in the foreign policy process
•   Full-time availability for the fall semester

Please email a resume and writing sample (approx. 3-5 pages) to David Cornell at david.cornell@mail.house.gov. Feel free to reach out with any questions.

Communications Interns (Fall) – House Republican Conference

The House Republican Conference, a GOP leadership office, is looking for Communications Interns for the fall. Projects are dependent on the interns’ strengths and interests. They may include social media, graphic design, video recording and editing, writing, research, analytics, event planning, and media bookings. Interns are responsible for generating social media content for the @HouseGOP Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. In addition to social media, interns will be able to assist in, organize, and attend press conferences and media events held for GOP Members of Congress. Applicants should have excellent communication skills, a can-do attitude, and a demonstrated interest in digital media. Experience with the Adobe Creative Suite and HTML/CSS is appreciated, but not required.  This position is unpaid, but Academic credit can be arranged. The deadline for application is July 3, 2015. Applications should send a resume, cover letter, and list of two references to Conference.Internships@mail.house.gov.

Fall Interns – House Republican Conference

The House Republican Conference, a Republican leadership office, is looking for fall interns. Responsibilities in the Conference office include coordinating and setting up for events, conferences, and meetings; managing the front office; and many administrative duties. There are also opportunities to work with the Communications, Coalitions, and Policy teams. Additionally, these interns will work in the Chair’s personal office, which represents the District. Here, interns will interact with constituents through phone calls, mail, tours, and processing flag requests. Applicants should be detail-oriented and friendly, as well as be able to successfully multitask in a fast-paced, professional environment.  Strong written and oral communication skills, as well as strong customer service skills, are required. Washington ties are preferred. This position is unpaid. The deadline for application is June 30, 2015. Applicants should email a resume, cover letter, and list of two references to Jared.Powell@mail.house.gov.

Staff Assistant – House Democratic Caucus

Democratic Leadership office seeks friendly, motivated, flexible and punctual individual to handle front desk duties in a fast paced environment. Applicants must possess strong communication, organizational and writing skills.

Responsibilities include: answering phones, opening and distributing mail and faxes, greeting visitors, drafting office correspondence and assisting with the coordination and execution of events. Some early mornings and late nights required. Additional tasks inevitably required.  Women and minority applicants encouraged to apply. This is an entry-level position.

Application Instructions: Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and a list of three work references.  Please submit via e-mail to DemCaucus.Jobs@mail.house.gov. No phone calls please.

Online & Data Visualization Director – Senate Republican Leadership Office

Senate Republican leadership office is seeking an Online Director to manage website and other content, including data visualization projects. Required skills: experience managing content with a CMS (WordPress; Drupal); proficiency in HTML & CSS; preferred candidate will have portfolio of front and backend web development; proficiency in developing data visualizations from start-to-finish (wrangling raw data sets, identifying options, finalizing high quality graphics); proficiency in PowerPoint, and proficiency with graphics software.  Attention to detail and a high level of organization are necessary. The position works on multiple projects simultaneously and is a key part of weekly deliverables. The position will work closely with policy staff in designing appropriate graphics for policy material. Minimum of three years professional experience. Salary commensurate with experience. Email cover letter and resume to SenateDigitalJob@gmail.com.

Professional Policy Staff Member – Republican Study Committee

The Republican Study Committee (RSC) seeks a strong conservative to serve as Professional Policy Staff, with a primary focus on judiciary and immigration issues.  This portfolio would also include financial services and social issues.   A strong knowledge base of these issues is required.  This is NOT an entry level position—the successful candidate will have a minimum of several years of paid work experience. Prior legislative experience and a JD degree are preferred.  In addition, the candidate should have excellent writing skills and an ability to work under tight deadlines.  Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to rscjobs2015@gmail.com.

Paid Summer Intern – Member of House Republican Leadership

A conservative member of House Republican leadership is now accepting applications for a paid summer internship position. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, conducting Capitol tours, researching legislative issues, attending briefings & hearings, and assisting the Member and staff with data management. In addition the applicant can expect to work one-on-one with the Member and staff to complete special projects related to the Member’s leadership responsibilities. The ideal candidate will possess strong written and oral communication skills, as well as the ability to complete assignments quickly and accurately in a fast-paced office environment. The ideal candidate will also be a self-starter, organized, and able to multi-task efficiently. Full time availability and a commitment to serve from May 4th through August 28th are required. Any interested candidate should email his or her resume and cover letter to conservative.internship@gmail.com.

Intern – House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA)

The Office of Majority Whip Steve Scalise (LA-01) is seeking interns, part and full time. Interns will be placed on a rotational program through both the leadership and personal offices of Congressman Scalise. Previous Hill internship experience and/or Louisiana ties are preferred but not required. Interns must be able to work a minimum of 20 hours a week. Please send any resumes and cover letters to our intern coordinator, Megan Becker at megan.becker@mail.house.gov.

Paid Intern – The Republican Study Committee (RSC)

The Republican Study Committee (RSC), the caucus of conservatives in the U.S. House of Representatives, is in search of Summer interns (May-August). Interns will assist with substantive research and writing, attend weekly and other periodic meetings with Members of Congress, and work directly with the RSC staff. Previous legislative experience—and some familiarity with the RSC—preferred. To apply, please send a resume and a one-paragraph email explaining why you are interested in this internship to: James.Young@mail.house.gov. References will also be considered.

Summer Interns – Senate Republican Conference

The Senate Republican Conference seeks undergraduate students or recent graduates for a semester internship beginning in May and lasting through mid-August 2015 to assist a professional staff.  Responsibilities include conducting research, assisting with press events and website maintenance, and strategically thinking with staff members regarding different political issues.  Candidates should possess strong writing and research skills.  Prior political experience is preferred.  Only full-time, unpaid internships are available.  You can learn more about the SRC by going to republican.senate.gov.  Visit thune.senate.gov to learn more about Senator Thune who chairs the Conference.  To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, brief writing sample, one letter of recommendation, and two references to resumes@src.senate.gov.  Deadline for applications is March 28, 2015.

Communications Interns (Summer) – House Republican Conference

The House Republican Conference, a GOP leadership office, is looking for Communications Interns for the summer. Projects are dependent on the interns’ strengths and interests. They may include social media, graphic design, video recording and editing, writing, research, analytics, event planning, and media bookings. Interns are responsible for generating social media content for the @HouseGOP Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. In addition to social media, interns will be able to assist in, organize, and attend press conferences and media events held for GOP Members of Congress. Applicants should have excellent communication skills, a can-do attitude, and a demonstrated interest in digital media. Experience with the Adobe Creative Suite and HTML/CSS is appreciated, but not required.  This position is unpaid, but Academic credit can be arranged. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and list of two references to Conference.Internships@mail.house.gov with “Communications Internship Position” in the subject line.

Summer Interns – House Republican Conference

The House Republican Conference, a GOP leadership office, is looking for full-time interns for the summer.  Responsibilities include coordinating and setting up for events, conferences, and meetings; managing the front office; and many administrative duties. In addition, there are opportunities to work with the communications, coalitions, and policy teams on various projects. Applicants should be detail-oriented and friendly, as well as be able to successfully multitask in a fast-paced, professional environment.  Strong written and oral communication skills, as well as strong customer service skills, are required. The applicant should also have a keen interest in the federal government and communications. This position is unpaid. All interested should send a resume, a cover letter, and a list of two references to Conference.Internships@mail.house.gov.

Professional Policy Staffer – Republican Study Committee

Staff Assistant – House Democratic Leadership Office

House Democratic Leadership Office seeks Staff Assistant to join Front Office team. Candidates should be well-organized, hard-working and detail-oriented. High degree of professionalism required, as well as an ability to work a flexible schedule, including long hours. Duties include answering and screening telephone calls, greeting visitors, supervising interns, assisting staff and other administrative duties as needed. Capitol Hill experience preferred. Salary commensurate with experience. Email cover letter, resume and references to: resume.inbox@mail.house.gov.

Paid Intern – Member of House Republican Leadership

A conservative member of House Republican leadership is now accepting applications for a paid internship position for the spring of 2015. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, conducting Capitol tours, researching legislative issues, attending hearings, and assisting the Member and staff with data management. The ideal candidate will possess strong oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to complete tasks quickly and accurately in a fast-paced environment. The ideal candidate will also be a self-starter, organized, and detail oriented. Full time availability and a commitment to serve from January 12th through May 15th are required. Any interested candidate should email his or her resume and cover letter to conservative.internship@gmail.com.

Paid Interns – House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA)

The office of Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) is currently seeking winter/spring interns to work in his Capitol Hill offices. Duties include, but are not limited to, leading tours of the U.S. Capitol, assisting the legislative staff with policy research and projects, attending committee hearings and briefings, aiding in constituent correspondence, in addition to various other administrative tasks. Join our dynamic office and experience first-hand the political and public policy process, along with the many functions of both a congressional and a leadership office. Paid stipends may be available. Interested candidates should complete the internship application available on the Congressman’s website: www.kevinmccarthy.house.gov/services/internships.

Digital Interns (Spring) – House Republican Conference

The House Republican Conference, a GOP Leadership office, is looking for digital interns for the spring. Projects are dependent on your strengths and interests. They may include social media, graphic design, video editing, writing, research, and/or analytics.  You should have excellent communication skills, a can-do attitude, and a demonstrated interest in digital. Experience with the Adobe Creative Suite and HTML/CSS is appreciated, but not required.  Internships are unpaid but can be credit-based with an accredited college or university. All interested should email a cover letter and resume to Conference.Internships@mail.house.gov with “GOP Lab Internship” in the subject line.

Spring Interns – House Republican Conference

The House Republican Conference is looking for both part and full time interns for the spring semester.  Responsibilities include coordinating and setting up for events, conferences, and meetings, managing the front office, and many administrative duties. In addition, there are opportunities to work with the communications, coalitions, and policy teams on various projects. Applicants should be detail-oriented and friendly, as well as be able to successfully multitask in a fast-paced, professional environment.  Strong written and oral communication skills, as well as strong customer service skills, are required. The applicant should also have a keen interest in the federal government and communications.  Please send resumes to ConferenceInternships@mail.house.gov.

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