Wednesday, April 26, 2006

How to Become White House Press Secretary

Job Title: Deputy White House Press Secretary
Start Date: When filled
Duration: 2008
Salary: Negotiable
Location: White House

The President of the United States of America is seeking an energetic, experienced, and pro-active Press Secretary to manage day to day press outreach for busy Washington D.C. office. Responsibilities include writing press releases, OPED pieces, and aggressively pitching national media.

Qualified candidates will have significant political experience, a creative approach to pitching press ideas, a team-player attitude, and top-notch communication skills Will receive presidential policy, disseminate it to the Press Corps in a timely manner, and field ensuing questions. Ability to take questions and respond with policy is essential. Ability to put a positive spin on negative developments is essential. Grace under fire is essential. Excellent grammar is a plus, but not a requirement.


--At least a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, Public Affairs, Philosophy, English, Journalism, Radio TV and Film, Communications, Theater.

--At least 10 years experience in government, politics, journalism, theater, television or some combination of these.

--Either related to, or close friends with someone in the White House Administration

--Excellent verbal and written communication skills

--Registered Republican

--Authorized to work in the United States


--From Texas

--Prior work experience with the Bush family

--Clean federal record

--Drug free

--Fox News Experience

Please FAX a cover letter, resume, and two brief writing samples to the following number. Or, e-mail the same to

Congratulations, Tony Snow! Good luck!

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