Careers at BPC
The communications director will be responsible for all aspects of the BPC press and public relations efforts will create, develop, and implement a communications strategy for the organization, including its policy projects.
The desktop support technician will be responsible for providing technical assistance and support related to computer systems, hardware, and software.
The policy analyst will research various economic and fiscal topics, conduct budgetary projections and analyze data, and write and edit many types of products.
The policy analyst will evaluate the technical, economic and political prospects for a broad range of policies related to energy in the United States, with a specific focus on oil and natural gas sector issues.
The policy analyst will examine the financial and economic impact of various financial regulations and policies.
The policy analyst will contribute substantively to policy products, help shape the focus and direction of future projects, and engage with top leaders in the field.
The press assistant position will support all functions of a busy press shop, including both digital and traditional media. Candidates should have prior experience on Capitol Hill or in political media, journalism or public relations.
The senior vice president will establish and execute a comprehensive and strategic resource development program designed to grow and diversify BPC’s funding base, especially through the creation of a robust individual giving program. View the full description and apply.