This is an immediate need. Gallup is seeking a Proposal Manager; posted in GWork Job Number: 828822. Candidates need to have a bachelor’s degree and five years of business-to-business communications, project management or proposal management experience. PMP certification is preferred but not required. Federal government proposal management experience is a plus.
Top 3 for 28 Jul
Current MSPM student Gloria Hamilton is hiring a Technical Project Manager to work in the Dallas, TX area. She is eager to hire either a current student or an alum of the program. Position responsible for delivering a technical solution for secondary technology operations site and for interfacing with PMO and business/technical partners. Review the full job description and apply online through indeed.com.
•The Gerontological Society of America is Hiring a Program Manager, Washington, DC
Recent MSPM alum Angelia Bowman is hiring a Program Manager for the Hartford Change AGEnts Initiative in Washington, DC. She too is eager to hire from the MSPM student body or alumni. Position requires 5-7 years of PM experience and is ideal for those with grant management, public relations, public policy, and/or event management experience and interests. Review the full job description and apply online for the position.
•Fall 2015 Blackboard Collaborate Schedule Now Available
The Fall 2015 Blackboard Collaborate schedule is available on the blog. These live sessions are designed for the online/distance students to engage with their professors on a weekly basis, investigating the week’s lecture in more detail and asking any questions of the professor regarding the material or assignments.
CityBridge is seeking a Program Manager, Stewardship and Engagement who will provide opportunities for philanthropic and business leaders to learn about and actively engage in D.C.’s education ecosystem. Through signature programming that includes guided school tours and education-themed book discussions, special events that convene thought leaders, education practitioners, and “stewards” around important topics and speakers, and high-touch relationship, the Stewardship team strives to be a resource and advisor to the philanthropic community. 4-6 years of experience is desired, as well as an event planning/project management background, and experience in the field of education is also strongly preferred.
Organization: CityBridge Foundation
Job Title: Program Manager, Stewardship and Engagement
GW Position ID: 822445
Location: Washington, DC
Apply through GWork ASAP at http://gwork.gwu.edu/.
The Research & Regulatory Management Council (RRMC) designs and develops required health and safety data for raw chemical manufacturers and companies that market end-use products. RRMC is a Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA) affiliate program headquartered in Washington, DC.
RRMC is seeking a Project Manager to provide comprehensive project management by planning, directing, and coordinating activities to ensure goals and objectives are accomplished for multiple joint venture and task force programs. Full details on the position are available in the job description – Project Manager, RRMC.
To apply for this full-time position based in Washington, DC, please email your resume and cover letter, summarizing your qualifications and salary expectations, to Holly Schroeder at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please. This position was shared by a current MSPM student. Applicants must be eligible to work within the U.S.
PMI is seeking a seasoned Government Relations Manager to plan, develop, maintain, and monitor a strong positive governmental, political and community relationship network within the United States Department of Defense (DOD), and its efforts that relate to those of the Veterans Administration and the White House.
A GW alum currently works in office and is specifically interested in GW students and alumni. PMI Government Relations Manager Job Description
Apply online via: https://rew21.ultiproworkplace.com/PRO1018/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=451
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) is looking for talented individuals to join their accelerated Management Intern Program. The program is an 18-month development program focused on either management, procurement, information technology or engineering. Learn more through the announcement and at mwaa.com. MWAA Management Internship Program Announcement 2015
MWAA also has a variety of full-time project management and related positions available – check them out!
The Ironworker Management Progressive Action Cooperative Trust (IMPACT) is searching for a graduate student to perform survey administration, data collection, and analysis services. Individual will work 10-20 hours per week with an hourly wage rate of $15-20 per hour depending on qualifications. Students on an international visa are eligible to apply (see ISO for questions on work restrictions/regulations). Send resumes to Dr. Cindy Menches, P.E. at email@example.com no later than 22 Aug.
MSPM: In the Know
|Hiring Project Managers – UUX and Bering Straits
GW Commencement Student Speaker Competition 2014
Dear MSPM students,
Happy Thanksgiving! The top 3 items you need to know this week:
New positions have been posted to our job board. UUX is looking to fill two project management positions in Miami, FL with the option to live in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Bering Straits is looking for a junior to mid-level project manager for their operations in Washington, DC. Both organizations specifically reached out to our office to hire MSPM students and/or alumni.
Prospective graduates can audition to be the student speaker at Commencement on the National Mall, on Sunday, May 18, 2014. The deadline to submit entries is Saturday, March 1. Additional information about the competition can be found on the Commencement website.
The 2014 schedule is now available on the Commencement website. Review the Schedule, Tickets, Accommodations, and Students tabs to answer all of your questions surrounding graduation. As of yet, we do not have information on the number of tickets each student will receive for the School of Business Celebration on Saturday, May 17.
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