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Full-Time Positions

Join a fast-moving, progressive communications firm that is working with leading labor unions, Democratic state parties in battleground states, voting rights organizations, health care advocacy groups, gender and sexuality equity groups, and other progressive and political organizations to support our team. As a boutique firm, we pride ourselves on our hands-on approach that puts an unparalleled focus on the success and results of our clients.

Feldman Strategies offers excellent benefits for all full-time, salaried positions, including a competitive PTO policy and paid holidays, health, dental and vision coverage, paid family leave, and 401k retirement plan with a 3% employer contribution with no match required.

Feldman Strategies is currently hiring for the below positions, all of which have a central office in Washington, DC., with the option for hybrid work. Completely remote candidates will be considered, but with preference to DC-area-based applicants. 

Interested candidates should submit resumes and cover letters to, noting the title of the position in the subject line. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. 

Feldman Strategies LLC is an equal-opportunity employer committed to a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace.

Communications Coordinator

Roles and Responsibilities


  • Contribute directly to getting results for progressive clients by; drafting media prep memos ahead of press interviews, developing media press lists, building relationships with reporters, and pitching stories to major TV outlets and local, state, and national print publications.

  • Have a voice on a small team and the opportunity to work on assignments with real substance for a variety of different clients, ranging from labor unions, to health care advocacy organizations, voting rights organizations, and more.


  • Strengthen political acumen in a critical election year by supporting strategic communications for political parties and ballot initiatives in key battleground states.

  • Gain unique experience, professional development, and career training by working directly with the principal and the firm's other team members.

  • Sharpen media literacy by monitoring the 24-hour news cycle and recommending opportunities for elevating clients’ voices and unique perspectives in the news.


  • Build project management skills by supporting the organization of multiple work streams across clients.


  • Participate in day-to-day communication with clients, including staffing regular client calls, supporting media prep ahead of interviews, and coordinating interviews with clients.


Candidate Qualifications

  • This is an entry-level position. Individuals who have at least one year of media relations/press experience in a firm, campaign, Capitol Hill, or organizational setting. This can include substantive internship experience.

  • Self-motivated individuals who can work independently and won’t be afraid to share ideas with team members.

  • Candidates must have the ability to handle multiple assignments at once while paying close attention to detail.

  • Prospective candidates must thrive on delivering results.

  •  Strong writing and grammar skills are a must.


  •  Candidates must be able to complete tasks in a timely and efficient manner.

  • Candidates should have a passion for communications and politics, be looking to learn, and are encouraged to ask questions.


Salary is negotiable based on experience, with a base salary range of $42,000-$50,000. 

This is a position with a central office in Washington, DC., with work-from-home flexibility. Candidates based in the Washington, DC area preferred. 

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to


Keep an eye here for Fall fellowship opportunities to come! 

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