Who We Are: Waxman Strategies is a progressive-minded public affairs firm led by former Congressman Henry Waxman, called “one of the most accomplished legislators of his or any era” by President Obama. Now out of Congress, Waxman heads the firm’s all-star team, which uses advocacy, communications and campaigns to help shape policies, advance causes and build movements. With a focus on delivering progressive change, fast, we are selective in our engagements, only taking on projects that interest and inspire us.
Our work is primarily in the areas of health care, the environment, and technology, media and telecommunications. A sampling of our current clients include the National Association of Community Health Centers, California Association of Public Hospitals, 340B Health, National Wildlife Federation, the World Bank, TracFone, T-Mobile, Comcast, and American Association of Justice.
What We Need
We are looking for a graduate who possesses a balance of leadership skills, technical aptitude and communications talent, combined with creativity, energy and dedication who can work shoulder-to-shoulder with our team for client-focused responsibilities with practical skills training.
As part of our fellowship program, you will learn the foundation of public relations, ranging from writing, media relations, event planning, business pitch development, social media, presentations skills and more.
Assignments vary day-to-day but essential responsibilities include (but are not limited to); draft media and client facing materials, research and contribute to new business pitches and develop resources to promote our clients and the firm.
• A Bachelor’s degree
• Excellent written and oral communications skills
• Ability to work collaboratively in a very collegial environment
• Honed organizational skills and the ability to manage projects simultaneously
• Candidates with communications or journalism backgrounds are preferred.
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Waxman Strategies is an equal opportunity employer; we strictly prohibit discrimination against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity or expression and any other characteristic protected by law.