Armenian Church of America (Eastern Diocese)

Ministries Communications Assistant

The Eastern Diocese is seeking candidates for the position of Ministries Communications Assistant. This position will work directly with the Diocesan Ministries staff to provide support for initiatives as they pertain to the Diocesan vision of Building Up the Body of Christ. The candidate will help enhance marketing reach, as well as providing operational support in digital innovation. This is a part time position.

Click here for the job description and list of qualifications.

Send résumé and cover letter via e-mail to Michele Bergerac, Director of Administration, at

The review of applications will begin immediately.


The Jamestown Foundation

Seeking Spring 2021 Europe-Eurasia Intern (Remote)

The Jamestown Foundation is offering a part-time, unpaid remote internship for the spring 2021 term to assist with copy editing, updating our website, researching topics related to security in Russia, Eurasia and Europe’s East, as well as preparing for and running Jamestown virtual conferences and events. The ideal candidate will be a current undergraduate or graduate school student with an interest in Russian, Eurasian and Central-Eastern European affairs.


  • Close attention to detail and the ability to work mostly independently, without continuous oversight.
  • Timely responsiveness and adherence to a predictable weekly schedule.
  • Confident knowledge of American English grammar rules. Experience with proofreading and copy editing materials written by non-native-English speakers, a plus.
  • Good research skills and a solid understanding of political/security/economic developments and trends in Europe and Eurasia.Ability to devote about 20 hours a week to working on ongoing Jamestown projects.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively in written and spoken language at the level of a native English speaker.
  • Familiarity with WordPress or other website backend applications, a plus.
  • Some experience with running social media campaigns, a plus.
  • Working proficiency in Russian or an East European language preferred.

For more information, or to apply for this opening, please email with your resume and a cover letter, and use the e-mail subject heading Europe-Eurasia Intern.

U.S. House of Representatives (Republican Office)

Legislative Counsel 

U.S. House Member representing a district in Florida is seeking a Legislative Counsel to take on an active role in advancing the Member’s conservative agenda. Portfolio of issues will include taxes, immigration, homeland security, and others as needed. Experience related to Judiciary policy is a plus.


  • Holds a Juris Doctor degree (JD)
  • Has significant background in constitutional law with subject matter expertise gained in a think-tank, law firm, or other similar setting
  • Has at least three or more years of Capitol Hill policy experience
  • Has thorough knowledge of the legislative process and the ability to analyze legislative text
  • Can identify concerning provisions of any bill or proposal from a conservative perspective
  • Advise the Member on all legislative areas within their portfolio
  • Has a major role in research and writing as it relates to constitutional law
  • Draft and advance legislation
  • Prepare talking points, vote recommendations, monitor and analyze legislative developments, and committee proceedings
  • Represent the Member in meetings with constituents and stakeholders concerning policy matters in their portfolio.

Interested candidates should send their resume, cover letter, and references to Please include “Legislative Counsel” in the subject of the email.

Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL)

Legislative Director

The Office of Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson seeks a legislative director. Responsibilities will include advancing legislative priorities and supporting the member’s work on the Education and Labor and Transportation and Infrastructure committees. The ideal candidate will have substantial experience working on a variety of issues, including education, health, employment, labor, transportation, appropriations, housing, and other issues affecting majority-minority communities. Strong academic credentials, committee experience, and proven leadership skills are required. Moreover, the candidate should possess strong oral and written communication skills, the ability to work well under pressure, extensive knowledge of the legislative process, and be available to work long hours.

This is not an entry-level position; only candidates with previous Hill experience and proven knowledge of legislative and political processes will be considered. Law degree and previous experience serving as a legislative director or senior policy staff are strongly preferred.

Minorities and candidates with Florida ties are encouraged to apply. Submit your resume, cover letter, and three writing samples to and include “Legislative Director” in the subject line.

Updated March 7, 2020.