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CLS Strategies

What We Do. Based in Washington, D.C., with global reach and experience on six continents, CLS Strategies helps clients win where it matters most – in the ...
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Managing Associate
CLS StrategiesWashington, DC
Ideal applicants have five to eight years of professional experience working on Capitol Hill or political campaigns, at a PR agency or association, or in journalism.
Full-time
Last updated 4 days ago
Associate - Crisis & Litigation
CLS StrategiesWashington, DC
Experience with a diversity of legal matters – e.g. product liability, securities, antitrust cases – and proven ability to work with litigation counsel is strongly desired.
Last updated 4 days ago
Associate - Crisis & Litigation
CLS StrategiesWashington, DC
Experience with a diversity of legal matters – e.g. product liability, securities, antitrust cases – and proven ability to work with litigation counsel is strongly desired.
Last updated 4 days ago
Managing Associate
CLS StrategiesWashington, DC
Ideal applicants have five to eight years of professional experience working on Capitol Hill or political campaigns, at a PR agency or association, or in journalism.
Last updated 4 days ago
Managing Associate Crisis & Litigation
CLS StrategiesWashington, DC
Experience with a diversity of legal matters e.g. product liability, securities, antitrust cases and proven ability to work with litigation counsel is strongly desired.
Full-time
Last updated 15 days ago
Managing Associate - Public Affairs
CLS StrategiesWashington, DC
Because we appreciate the advantages of both work-from-home and in-person collaboration, we operate a hybrid work environment that includes a state-of-the-art office in downtown DC with a gym and rooftop that colleagues can use as they wish when they aren’t working from home or elsewhere.
Full-time
Last updated 17 days ago
Managing Associate - Public Affairs
CLS StrategiesWashington, DC
Because we appreciate the advantages of both work-from-home and in-person collaboration, we operate a hybrid work environment that includes a state-of-the-art office in downtown DC with a gym and rooftop that colleagues can use as they wish when they aren't working from home or elsewhere.
Last updated 18 days ago
CLS Seeks Applicants for Managing Associate Crisis & Litigation
CLS StrategiesWashington, DC
Experience with a diversity of legal matters – e.g. product liability, securities, antitrust cases – and proven ability to work with litigation counsel is strongly desired.
Last updated 18 days ago
Managing Associate - Public Affairs
CLS StrategiesWashington, VT
Because we appreciate the advantages of both work-from-home and in-person collaboration, we operate a hybrid work environment that includes a state-of-the-art office in downtown DC with a gym and rooftop that colleagues can use as they wish when they arent working from home or elsewhere.
Last updated 23 days ago
Associate - Crisis & Litigation
CLS StrategiesWashington, DC
Experience with a diversity of legal matters – e.g. product liability, securities, antitrust cases – and proven ability to work with litigation counsel is strongly desired.
Last updated 26 days ago
Managing Associate
CLS StrategiesWashington, DC
Ideal applicants have five to eight years of professional experience working on Capitol Hill or political campaigns, at a PR agency or association, or in journalism.
Last updated 26 days ago
CLS Strategies: Managing Associate Crisis & Litigation
CLS StrategiesWashington, DC
G. product liability, securities, antitrust cases – and proven ability to work with litigation counsel is strongly desired.
Last updated 26 days ago
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