Public Affairs Specialist

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

About the organization

Protecting human health and the environment since 1970.

Duties

The communications branch in EPA's Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention is looking for new staff to develop communications for major announcements, respond to external parties, manage web and social media content, and much more.

Due to COVID-19, 100% telework may be available initially. Eventually, selected candidates would need to relocate to the Washington, DC, commuting area.

Interested candidates should email their resume to [email protected]

This is being posted as both an entry level and mid-career opportunity. Applications from candidates at all career phases will be considered. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate would possess the following skills, knowledge, and abilities:

• Ability to write and edit for the public using plain language.
• A strong leader of people who can work harmoniously with colleagues to achieve results.
• Attention to detail.
• Ability to work quickly and meet short deadlines.
• Ability to develop relationships across a large organization and build networks that increase productivity.

Also desirable:

• Experience developing web or social media content.
• Graphic design expertise.
• Prior experience in an external communications shop writing press releases and responding to media inquiries.

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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