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Posted by Willy Franzen on March 10, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Medical Writer, Neurology||Irvine, CA|
|Operations Associate||Washington, DC|
|Project Manager AHRQ||Bethesda, MD|
|Senior Quality Engineer||Indianola, PA|
|Process Engineer, Process Controls Systems||Shawnee Mission, KS|
|Process/Project Engineer||Shawnee Mission, KS|
|Vice President for Health Services Policy, Government Affairs||Washington, DC|
|Business Leader, Acceptance Marketing Job||Foster City, CA|
|Psychologist (Mental Health)||Louisville, KY|
|Membership Administration Associate||Chicago, IL|
In case you haven’t noticed, we always feature non-profits on weekend. The vast majority of the non-profits that we profile are 501(c)(3)–organizations defined as “Religious, Educational, Charitable, Scientific, Literary, Testing for Public Safety, to Foster National or International Amateur Sports Competition, or Prevention of Cruelty to Children or Animals.” But there are actually 28 types of 501(c) tax-exempt non-profit organizations. Today we’re going to look at the Consumer Electronics Association, which is 501(c)(6) “business league” based in Arlington, VA. They have a simple mission of working with their 2,000+ industry members to “grow the consumer electronics industry.”
You’ve probably heard of the Consumer Electronics Show (if not, it’s a massive electronics show), it’s put on by the CEA. It’s a way for all of their members (pretty much every major brand in the industry) to show off the latest and greatest. The show is probably the most public thing that the CEA does, but they also have a number of other initiatives. These include Market Research, Networking Events, Policy Advocacy, Technical Training, Technology Standards, and Member to Member Promotion. It’s interesting to see many of the CEA’s members fighting tooth and nail against each other in the marketplace, and then seeing them work together for the betterment of the industry. There’s obviously a careful balance. If you love consumer electronics and want to work for the CEA, check out their Jobs page. Right now they’re looking for a Research Coordinator, Coordinator – Office of the President, and an Industry Communications Coordinator. These look like pretty cool positions for a new or recent grad, so give them a look.
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