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Virginia Job Listing

3 Oct
A friend tells us:

Speaking of getting involved with allied organizations in order to win endorsements and spread the gospel…

I attended a NOVA NORML monthly meeting last evening (Allen St Pierre, President of National NORML, was the guest speaker) and I learned that Jeremy Grandstaff will be stepping down as President of Virginia NORML. Yes, that’s the top statewide position in Virginia. An election is planned to be held at the Annual Virginia NORML Conference next month in Williamsburg. There is no heir apparent and no one I spoke with — including Jeremy — knows where we’ll find the interest/capability/commitment.

And, no, I’m not interested.

However, this still seems like an opportunity. Do any of you have thoughts or suggestions on an available libertarian with these qualities? Good organization skills? It might also be nice if s/he is also a member of NORML…

Job Opening at Human Rights Campaign

17 Sep


Organization: Human Rights Campaign
Date Posted: 9/9/2013
City: Washington
Location: District of Columbia
Country: United States
Primary Category: Field
Type of Position: Full-Time
Education Requirement: Bachelor’s
Experience Requirement: 5 – 10 Years

Description & Details

The Regional Field Director is a regular, full-time position who reports to the Deputy Field Director and is based in Washington, DC.
The Regional Field Directors are responsible for developing and implementing HRC’s field activities in a multi-state region. For their region, the Regional Field Director works with the Deputy Field Director and the National Field Director to maintain and expand HRC’s ability to mobilize grassroots advocacy on behalf of federal and state LGBT legislative priorities and design and implement grassroots electoral and campaign strategies in support of federal and state candidates, and ballot initiatives, in the region. The Regional Field Director will increase HRC’s visibility and presence in the region and improve contacts with other state and local LGBT organizations.
Position Responsibilities:
Specific duties of the position are as follows:
Strategic Political Plans : Develop and implement Strategic Political Plans for each state in their region, ensuring the integration of these plans into HRC’s strategic legislative, electoral, membership, communication, and education goals.
Federal and state electoral activities: Working with HRC’s PAC team and other HRC staff as needed, develop and implement electoral strategies to support endorsed HRC candidates in federal and state elections, as well as provide assistance to HRC-supported ballot initiative campaigns in their region. Oversee development and implementation of strategic, multi-year plans in targeted states in their region.
Federal and state advocacy: Develop and implement strategies and campaigns for supporting federal and state legislation and national advocacy efforts in their region. Ensure that field staff and volunteers provide technical support and assistance to maximize HRC’s local (in-district) lobbying efforts, with special attention to targeted areas.
Volunteer grassroots support: Manage all work in their region related to volunteer advocacy in the field, including board members, overseeing political and volunteering activities of steering committee members (as they relate to the political and legislative activities) and other activists as outlined in the state’s Strategic Political Plan. Ensure that state and local volunteer networks are vital and growing in support of HRC’s goals. Ensure that local HRC leadership receives adequate communication and support from the national office. Develop methods to increase our grassroots network.
Special constituents: Oversee efforts in their region to reach out to selected constituencies, including people of color, religious communities, youth, and others. Develop strategic partnerships with other organizations and groups to support HRC’s outreach and increase HRC’s visibility.
Field Presence: Create a field presence in their region for HRC that serves as a point of access to HRC and supports HRC’s organizing efforts.
Training : Oversee the design and implementation of training programs for volunteers and supporters in their region.
Coalition work: Lead strategic partnerships with state organizations in their region, both LGBT and straight allies, to collaborate and develop efforts to advance the goals of HRC and the LGBT movement. Lead regional efforts to improve field organizing among coalition partners; lead HRC’s efforts to partner effectively with state and local LGBT organizations in their region.
Management : Manage field organizers, and work with National Field Director, Deputy Field Director and other HRC directors to determine how best to meet HRC’s strategic legislative, electoral, membership, communication, and education goals for the states in the region.
Additional duties/responsibilities as assigned in accordance with anticipated growth and expansion of the HRC field program.
Position Qualifications:
· Bachelors degree is required with at least 5-7 years of experience in managing electoral campaigns or directing field operations, organizing, managing staff, and a demonstrated record of successful coalition-building experience.
· Candidates must be able to travel extensively. Candidates must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.
· Candidates must also have excellent speaking and writing skills, computer proficiency, and strong verbal communication skills
· The successful candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to advancing HRC’s goals and objectives and to the organization.

How to Apply / Contact

No phone calls please.

Job opening

13 Jul

Editorial job opening

Are you interested in becoming an editor of a prestigious journal? The founder of the American Review of Political Economy is now looking for a successor. This is not an Austrian economics journal, nor it is one solely dedicated to libertarianism, my own two major interests. Instead, while it is very much open to these perspectives and will continue to be, its pages are available, also, to other heterodox viewpoints as well as to orthodox ones. The new editor would have to undertake to be true to this long-established mission of the American Review of Political Economy.  However, I think this is altogether a good thing. It is important for us Austro libertarians not only to focus on our own interests (happily, there are now many journals that do precisely that), but also to be open to the views of others, and have a vehicle that will introduce our own viewpoints to them.
I myself have since 2008 been involved with publishing in this journal, under the splendid editorship of
Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi, Ph.D.
Professor of Economics &
Chair, Department of Economics and Finance
RJR 120-A
Winston-Salem State University

Town of Brentwood TOWN MANAGER

20 Jun
The Town of Brentwood seeks FT Town Manager w/municipal experience. Responsibilities: mgmt. of town functions, supervision of staff, financial mgmt. & oversight, grant & proposal writing and admin., tracking of legislation, development of policies, admin & oversight of contracts. Job description avail. Call 301.927.3344. Please state minimum salary requirements. Benefits. Mail resume to 4300 39th Place, Brentwood, MD 20722, email fax: 301.927.0681. Resumes due July 5, 2013, COB.

IT Job at DC Board of Elections

7 May

  • To apply for positions with the Board of Elections, visit, click on “Career” and then click on “Search Current Job Openings” and search for keyword “election” or apply in person at the D.C. Department of Human Resources Job Center located in the South Lobby at 441 4th Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20001. Inquiries should be directed to HR Answers at (202) 442-9700

    Job Title: Supervisory Information Technology Specialist

    Job ID: 21643

    Salary Range: $109,062 – $152,686
    Pay Plan, Series & Grade: MS-2210-16
    Closing Date: Open Until Filled 

    Brief Description of Duties: This position is located in the Office of Information Technology within the District of Columbia Government Board of Elections and Ethics. Act as a Database Administrator and provide for the design, implementation, maintenance and repair of BOEE. Guides the selection, installation and maintenance of network infrastructure equipment. Analyzes network equipment and their supporting operating systems software and utilities supplied by hardware manufacturers and/or other vendors to determine optimum configuration for the installation and impact on existing network infrastructure systems. 

Work at!

11 Jan

Work at!

2012 Searle Film Fellowship at 
Application Deadline: January 27, 2012 – the online video journalism project of the Reason Foundation – is seeking talented individuals interested in advancing the message of Free Minds and Free Markets through video journalism and related multimedia productions.  Reason’s top priority is talent: established and aspiring producers, videographers, editors, researchers, and marketing professionals will all be considered.  
The Searle Film Fellowship at is a year-long, full time position that gives aspiring video journalists the opportunity to create substantive, original content that explores the ideas of free minds and free markets.  Initial responsibilities will depend on experience and could range from research assistance to video editing to producing independent pieces to developing marketing and distribution plans.  Fellows will also participate in training in production techniques appropriate to their skill level. Fellowships are full-time salaried positions with benefits; salary will depend on experience.    
Resourcefulness, a willingness to pick up miscellaneous tasks and reliability are a must. The ideal candidate will also have a strong interest in libertarian ideas, the field of documentary filmmaking or video journalism, familiarity with shooting and editing, and content distribution and marketing.
Applicants at any level of experience will be considered.  Individuals who are able to work from one of the Reason offices (in LA or DC) are preferred, but telecommuters will also be considered. To apply, please submit the following materials in a single pdf file via email to by January 27, 2012:
  • A cover letter with a summary of your experience and an explanation of your interest in,
  • A resume, including contact information for three references.
  • Three one-page segment sketches you would like to produce (or help produce) at  The format, style, and level of detail are at your discretion.    
  • Samples of your work, if applicable to your level of experience. If available online, include links in the email; if you prefer to mail a reel, please send TWO copies to: Reason Foundation, Attn: Amy Pelletier, 3415 S Sepulveda Blvd, Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90034. 
Please direct questions about the fellowship and application process to Amy Pelletier at