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Urban Health Study is hiring for a new position coordinating intervention and evaluation for the Secondary Syringe Exchange Peer Intervention Study. The study is housed in San Francisco but located in two field sites in Richmond and West Oakland. Click on this link to read the complete listing, and contact Thomas Riess at TRiess@psg.ucsf.edu for further information.

The Libertarian Party national office in Washington, DC, is hiring a Director of Development. This position will be principally responsible for for prospecting, both internal (existing donors) and external (from the movement); donor relationship management and the process of large gift solicitation; coordinating the efforts of board and staff functions to reach key donors with targeted solicitations; maintaining and increasing the database of donors; and overseeing fundraising events.

Bachelors degree required, marketing or business preferred, two-five years experience with proven track record of success, at least two years in free-market think tank or issue-based organization, with direct individual gift solicitation
experience required.

Salary competitive, commensurate with experience, send resumes to: Libertarian Party, Attn: Steve Dasbach, 2600 Virginia Avenue, NW, Suite 100, Washington, DC 20037, fax: (202) 333-0072, e-mail SteveDasbach@hq.lp.org.

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