Monument Advocacy, a DC-based, bipartisan firm that specializes in government affairs, public policy and strategic communications, is looking for a fall digital fellow to help with social media content creation, platform management, and design.
Monument Advocacy works with a wide range of clients, such as Fortune 100 corporations, trade associations, and startup companies to help them engage effectively in today’s public policy environment. Monument advises clients on a variety of issue areas including homeland security, immigration and travel, technology and telecommunications, international trade, tax, energy, and healthcare.
Fellows will have significant opportunities to witness client issue management first-hand and gain strategic communications and public affairs experience.
Duties will include, but are not limited to:
- day-to-day social media content creation and platform management;
- creating graphics and designing reports;
- forming press lists for Monument’s practice areas; and
- assisting the Digital & Public Affairs team in creating client deliverables.
Skills we’re interested in include:
- public policy research and analysis;
- keen understanding of Washington D.C.’s political landscape;
- knowledge of digital communications platforms and strategies;
- short-form copywriting and editing;
- ability to comfortably utilize design software such as Adobe Illustrator or Canva;
- video editing;
- website creation and management; and
- discretion and the ability to work in a fast-paced and demanding environment as our clients’ needs dictate.
Candidates with experience using design platforms, including but not limited to Adobe software, will be prioritized. College seniors or first-year graduates with concentrations in political communications, public policy, government, and political science will be prioritized.
Please submit your portfolio, design examples or website, cover letter and resume to email@example.com by December 20th.