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Job Listing: Opportunities at the Marijuana Policy Project

Submitted by David Borden on (Issue #497)
Politics & Advocacy

The Marijuana Policy Project has one full-time job opening in Washington, DC, as well as several contract positions around the country. The positions are as follows:

Director of Government Relations in Washington, DC:

The Director of Government Relations, based in MPP's headquarters in Washington, DC, is MPP's congressional lobbyist. He or she also works to maintain and build coalitions with medical, religious, environmental, and property-rights organizations to persuade them to take action on MPP's legislative agenda. The position also requires managing the work of a small department staff. This is a great opportunity to play an integral role in the legislative work of the nation's largest marijuana policy reform organization.

Petitioners and Team Leaders in Arizona and Michigan:

MPP is also seeking team leaders and rank-and-file petitioners to collect signatures to place medical marijuana initiatives on two statewide ballots in November 2008. Specifically, MPP is seeking petitioners and team leaders to work in Michigan (from now through November) and Arizona (from this fall to July), and work might be available in other states in the months to come.

Visit for detailed job descriptions for each of the above positions and instructions for applying. MPP is not taking phone calls about these positions; rather, all interested candidates should apply by using the process described at the links above.

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