Thankful to Jesus! I was referred to this site by a co-worker. The first night, I applied to a few jobs and a dream job emailed the next day. That same day I did a phone interview with them, two days later I had an in-person, and the next day, I got the offer! Thanks for the listing!!
Who are Brad and Fraser Traverse?
Brad started compiling job leads more than 20 years ago as a way to connect his job-hunting friends with employee-seeking colleagues in Washington, D.C., and to share leads on often unpublished positions. Originally sent as a weekly email, the number of subscribers and leads grew and grew until it became impossible to manage by email. In 2006, he created this website so his members could have access to new leads on a daily basis and so they could more easily search for jobs using the category and keyword functions. Today, Brad has more than 5,000 leads posted on his site, with none more than three months old. He runs the business with his wife, Fraser Traverse, who handles the customer service, technology and book-keeping side of things.
Brad Traverse Jobs in the News
March came in like a lion, bringing a steep increase for executive openings in the DC metro area and beyond. On Brad Traverse Jobs, the leading resource for political and PR employment opportunities, there was a more than 40 percent increase in new leadership positions.
If you’ve ever endured a political job search, chances are, your journey brought you to Brad Traverse Jobs. Whether you’re a recent college graduate or a seasoned political practitioner, finding a job in government or politics can be frustrating and intimidating (to say the least). Luckily, sites like Brad Traverse Jobs make the process easier by compiling relevant job listings in one place.
And we are just halfway through the month! While there was plenty of jockeying for political jobs in the months following the election, the pace of openings has not slowed as we enter cherry blossom season here in the Nation’s Capital.
December may seem like a distracted month at work, but make no mistake: Stakeholders in DC are definitely getting ready for the new Congress in January. And that includes hiring new employees now.