I cannot imagine facing a job hunt in DC without the listings I found through Brad Traverse.
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to connect his job-hunting friends with employee-seeking colleagues in Washington, D.C., and to share leads on often unpublished positions.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
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.
Brad and Fraser share tips especially geared toward young professionals looking to work on Capitol Hill and beyond.
The political and PR job market in Washington, DC the past few months is unlike any we’ve seen since Brad Traverse Jobs began more than two decades ago. There are near record numbers of jobs available and not enough people to fill them. Whether you work in DC or want to work in DC, now is the time to consider your next career move.
Brad joins Federal News Network's Jonathan Aberman on "What's Working in Washington" to discuss his mission of getting people involved and employed in the government relations industry, and why DC is the best place to have a career that makes a difference in the world.