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JOTW 16-2007
16 April 2007www.nedsjotw.com

“Out of suffering comes creativity. You cannot spell painting without
pain.”
– John Lithgow in Third Rock From the Sun

Welcome to the Job of the Week, an ample serving of career
opportunities, advice, humor, and reflection, all dedicated to the
spirit of cooperation, and the positive and unanticipated consequences
of networking.

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In this issue (this is a list of the opportunities featured this week. 
Scroll down for the details):
***  One Paragraph Pitch
***  Weekly Piracy Report
1.)  Advertising Director, The Daily Record, Baltimore, MD
2.)  Publications Manager, Safe Kids Worldwide, Washington, DC
3.)  Senior Communications Manager, AOL, Dulles, VA
4.)  American Heart Association, Director of Cause Communications,
Dallas, TX
5.)  American Heart Association, Director of Consumer Advertising,
Publishing and Media Alliances, Dallas, TX
6.)  Communication Consultant, Philadelphia or Boston
7.)  Director of Communications and Grant Development, Educational
Advocacy Nonprofit, Washington, DC
8.)  Communications and Marketing Specialist, The Center for Health
Communication (CHC), Academy for Educational Development (AED),
Washington, DC
9.)  Multimedia Production Assistant, Nebraska Public Power District,
Columbus, NE
10.)  Marketing, PR, Communication Management, Redseven, Brighton, UK
11.)  Corporate Communications Associate, American Capital, Washington,
DC
12.)  Communications/Marketing Specialist, Texas Association of School
Business Officials, Austin, Texas
13.)  Web Communications Specialist, Dakota County, Hastings, Minnesota 

14.)  Editor of Eye, The Royal College of Ophthalmologists, London,
United Kingdom
15.)  Farsi Media Analyst, The Rendon Group, Washington, DC
16.)  COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR U.S. GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT,
Washington, D.C.
17.)  Public Affairs professionals, MPRI, Iraq
18.)  Editorial Associate, Ipas, Chapel Hill, NC
19.)  Development Associate, Ipas, Chapel Hill, NC
20.)  Communications Manager, Education Sector, Washington, DC
21.)  Newstrack Desk Editor, United Press International, Skokie, Ill.
22.)  Public Relations and Media Relations Coordinator (full-time),
Corporate Marketing and Communications, ICF Consulting, Fairfax, VA
23.)  Medical Communications Scientist, AstraZeneca, Wilmington,
Delaware
24.)  Publications Coordinator, Souper Bowl of Caring, Columbia, SC
25.)  PR Account Manager, marketing & PR firm, Chicago, IL
26.)  Medical Editor, AlphaMedica, Westchester County, NY
27.)  Communication Coordinator, Science Applications International
Corporation, Abingdon, MD
28.)  Vice President, Communications & Partnership Development, The
American Architectural Foundation, Washington D.C.
29.)  Sr Director Corporate Communications, Amtrak, Washington, D.C.
30.)  Director, Office of Member and Communications Services, Council on
Social Work Education (CSWE), Alexandria, VA
31.)  Public Relations Manager, Carlson Companies, Plymouth, MN
32.)  VICE PRESIDENT MEMBERSHIP/COALITION RELATIONS, The National
Community Reinvestment Coalition, Washington, DC
33.)  Communications Intern, The National Community Reinvestment
Coalition, Washington, DC
34.)  EMPLOYEE COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, United States Government
Printing Office, Washington, DC
35.)  Manager, Military Engines Communications, Pratt & Whitney, East
Hartford, CT
36.)  Communications Associate, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,
Princeton, NJ
37.)  Communications Officer (Media Relations), Robert Wood Johnson
Foundation, Princeton, NJ
38.)  Communications Officer or Senior Communications Officer, Robert
Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, NJ
39.)  Account Manager, Widmeyer Communications, Washington, DC
40.)  Communications Intern, Global Footprint Network, Oakland, CA
41.)  Medical Communications Specialist, PPD, Inc., RTP, NC
42.)  Multi-media/Web Coordinator, KXJZ, Capital Public Radio,
Sacramento, CA
43.)  PRESS SECRETARY, Washington, DC
44.)  Manager of Communications, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA
45.)  Assistant Professor of Communication, Brenau University,
Gainesville, GA
46.)  Marketing Consultant/Agency, QUAD, East Midlands – Derby, England
47.)  Assistant Professor of Communication Studies (Generalist),
Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA
48.)  Editor, Progressive Building and Info-Link, AGM Publishing,
Auckland, New Zealand
49.)  Communications Assistant: Journalist (Internship), Franciscans
International, Geneva, Switzerland
50.)  Media Reviewer, Communications-Film & Broadcasting, United States
Conference of Catholic Bishops, NY, NY
51.)  Online Communications Associate, American Jewish World Service,
New York, NY
52.)  Assistant Editor – Power and Energy Journal, Johannesburg, South
Africa
53.)  Account Executive, Smith & Harroff, Inc. Alexandria, VA.
54.)  Events and Marketing Coordinator, RedR, Khartoum, Sudan
55.)  Public Relations/Communications Director, Wisconsin State Fair
Park, Milwaukee, WI
56.)  External Relations Adviser, Office of the Resident Coordinator,
ALD 4, UN Development Programme, Khartoum, Sudan
57.)  Senior Technical Writer, Contract position with Fannie Mae,
Insight Technology Solutions, Herndon, VA
58.)  Communications Manager, Global Sales & Services (GSS), Sun
Microsystems, Sun City, AZ
59.)  Coordinating Producer of the Client Marketing Group, WCBS-TV, NY,
NY
60.)  ADMINISTRATIVE AND DESIGN ASSISTANT ¬ Metropolitan Group,
Washington D.C.
61.)  Development/Marketing Directors, Patrons Program, NY, NY
62.)  Administrative Assistant, Islamic Media Foundation, Sterling, VA
63.)  Public Relations and Marketing coordinator, Islamic Broadcasting
Network, Sterling, Virginia
64.)  Strategic Marketing Specialist, United Methodist Communications,
Nashville, TN
65.)  Financial Markets Radio Writer, Black Enterprise Magazine, NY, NY
66.)  Editor-in-Chief – Medical Communications, Quantia Communications,
Cambridge, Massachusetts
67.)  Corporate Communications Manager, White Young Green, Leeds/London,
UK
68.)  Communications Director, Edison Worldwide, Edison Worldwide,
Baltimore, MD
69.)  Corporate Communications Copywriter, ECMC, Saint Paul, Minnesota
70.)  3D Medical Animator, Blausen Medical Communications, Houston, TX
71.)  Corporate Communications and Public Relations Manager, Veer,
Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
72.)  Communications Specialist, The Media Network, Silver Spring, MD
73.)  Outreach and Adaptations Manager, The Media Network, Silver
Spring, MD
74.)  Manager, Medical Communications, McNeil Pediatrics, Fort
Washington, PA
75.)  Sr. Staff Consultant – External Communications, Verizon, Basking
Ridge, NJ or Ashburn, VA
76.)  Director, Communications and Media Relations, Travelers Companies,
Hartford, CT
77.)  Manager, Scientific Communications, Merck & Co., Upper Gwynedd, PA
78.)  Director of Corporate Communications, Carroll Enterprises,
Worcester, Massachusetts
79.)  Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, Sara Lee Corporation,
Chicago, Illinois
80.)  Public Relations Professionals, O'Keeffe & Company, Alexandria, VA
and Bethesda, MD
81.)  Communications Director, Glenmary Home Missioners, Cincinnati, OH
82.)  PR A/E Media Specialist, DEETER, Doylestown, PA,
83.)  PR Supervisor, Stanton Crenshaw, New York, NY
84.)  Special Events/Public Relations Coordinator: Camden, NJ
85.)  Assistant/Associate Professor, Department of Public
Relations/Advertising, College of Communication, Rowan University,
Glassboro, NJ
86.)  Commercial Strategic Communications Consultant, Booz Allen
Hamilton, McLean, VA
87.)  Program & Communications Director, National Jobs with Justice
(JwJ), Washington, DC
88.)  Communications Specialist, Siemens, NY, NY
90.)  Media Relations Manager, Arizona Office of Tourism, Phoenix, AZ
91.)  Communications Representative II, PetSmart, Phoenix, AZ
92.)  PR Publicist, Orca Communications, Phoenix, AZ
93.)  PR Publicist/New Business Development Associate, Orca
Communications, Phoenix, AZ
94.)  Director of Strategic Media and Public Relations Lab, Arizona
State University – The Walter Cronkite School, Tempe, AZ
95.)  PR Account Supervisor, Martz Agency, Scottsdale, AZ
96.)  Marketing Coordinator, Small Giants, Phoenix, AZ
97.)  Speech writer, Democratic member of Congress, Washington, DC
98.)  Assistant Publications Coordinator – Athletics, Brigham Young
University, Provo, UT
99.)  Photographer/Editor, CBN News, Virginia Beach, VA
100.)  SENIOR ANNOUNCER – KMBI, MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE, SPOKANE, WA
101.)  eCommunications Intern, Airgas, Radnor, PA
102.)  Deputy Communications and Media Relations Director, The Road
Home. Baton Rouge, La.
103.)  Technical Writer, U.S. Civilian Research & Development
Foundation, Arlington, VA
104.)  Federal Sales Account Executive, SchemaLogic, Washington, DC and
surrounding area
105.)  Ranch Staff, Adventure West Resorts, Langley, British Columbia,
Canada
.and more, way more, for less, way less than you would pay for a pair of
tickets to a Washington Nationals game.

***  One Paragraph Pitch:

My name is Patrick McNabb.  I recently graduated with a Master's in
Business Communication and Graduate Certificates in Project Management
and Team-based Communication. I also have a Diploma in Video Production
from a trade school. Right now, I work as  Technical Writer for a large
Defense firm in Arlington, but I would like to transfer into a PR /
Advertising  (or related) position in Delaware, Eastern Maryland or the
Washington DC metro.
 
I have writing samples available and I can be reached at work: (703)
486-3266 ext 1068, cell: (443) 480-6185, or via E-mail: hardworkingmabc@yahoo.com

Thanks Again!

***  Our JOTW sponsor for April:

At Toyota, we operate under a global earth charter that promotes
environmental responsibility throughout our entire company. We are
leading the way in lowering emissions and improving fuel economy in
gasoline powered vehicles. Not only did we create the world's first
mass-produced gas/electric hybrid car, but we are also at the forefront
of developing tomorrow's fuel cell vehicles. http://www.toyota.com/about/environment/index.html

***  Attention JOTW networkers.  Send us a photo of you and your Toyota.
 Don't own one?  Go to a dealer and shoot your photo there. 

Now I know a lot of you have Toyotas, and we only have a few photos
submitted so far.  Your chance of winning a prize are pretty good.

Send your photo to lundquist989@cs.com.  I'll post them at www.nedsjotw.com, and the coolest photo each week will get an awesome
prize.  At the end of the month we'll have a vote to select to most
interesting photo of all, and the winner will receive an iPod!

Here's what our weekly winners will receive:
      Tundra Work Gloves
      Tundra Cap
      Toyota/Scion/Lexus Mousepad
      Prius Umbrella
      Tundra Fishing Lure

This past week's winner is: Craig Hoffman.

The Overall winner will get and an IPOD Shuffle with one of the above
goodie bags.

***  You or your organization can reach the 10,000 communicators in the
JOTW network for a full month.  Exclusive sponsorship delivers a savvy,
influential and dynamic market, with maximum presence with the JOTW
newsletter and website.   Contact Ned for details at lundquist989@cs.com.

***  JOTW Safety Tip of the Week:

Ever wonder what would happen if you drove a 10-ton dump truck over a
bridge with a 2-ton weight limit?
http://www.safetycenter.navy.mil/photo/archive/archive_101-150/photo150.htm

***  Transatlantic air travel for under twenty bucks?
http://www.breakingtravelnews.com/article/20070413073033903

***  2007 International Conference, 24 – 27 June 2007, New Orleans, LA

The IABC International Conference is the leading international forum of
its kind. More than 1,400 business communication professionals –
decision makers in leading industries around the world – gather annually
to learn the latest developments and best practices in communication and
make connections that will advance their communication programs and
careers.http://www.iabc.com/ic/

***  From Alice Marshall:

I am not sure this would be right for JOTW, but some of your readers
might find these links entertaining –
http://technoflak.blogspot.com/2007/04/pr-social-media.html

Alice Marie Marshall
Presto Vivace, Inc.
Fairfax, VA

***  From Vanessa Spiller:

AMA-DC's Inside Connections! Union Jack's, Bethesda, MD. Network with
others while enjoying drink specials at this replica of an authentic
English pub. This event is free for current AMA-DC members and $20 for
non-members and on-site registration will be available. Visit www.amadc.org for more information.

AMA-DC's M Awards, May 17th, 2007 from 6-10:00 p.m. Recognizes more than
creativity alone. It applauds results. This evening will honor those who
stood out among the rest.

Come out to eat, to drink, to meet, and to support your industry.  6:00
to 7:00 p.m. – Finalists' gallery and cocktail reception; 7:00 to 9:00
p.m.  – Dinner, keynote address and awards.  Event to be held at the
Marriott Metro Center on May 17th from 6-10 p.m. Visit www.amadc.org for
more information.

***  IABC/Washington Networking Happy Hour: April on the Mediterranean!

Join your fellow IABC/Washington members in the Baltimore area for an
evening of networking and camaraderie at the much-talked-about Pazo.

Pazo combines the spirit and tastes of the Mediterranean with the
setting of a chic NYC loft – what better place to usher in Spring?!

This event is FREE to IABC members, and $10 for non-members, and is a
special offering of IABC/Washington's Greater Maryland Special Interest
Group (SIG).
Tuesday, April 24, 2007  5:00 PM  – 8:00 PM
Pazo
1425 Aliceanna Street
Baltimore,  MD 21231www.iabcdc.org

***  From Dave Imre:

Ned-

Here's a job that a friend asked me to pass along to you…it's based in
Baltimore….
David Imredavei@imrecommunications.com

1.)  Advertising Director, The Daily Record, Baltimore, MD

The Daily Record is daily newspaper providing coverage of the legal and
business communities in Maryland.  The Advertising Director is
responsible for the display and classified sales of the newspaper,
special sections and the web site.  The individual generally hires,
coaches, trains and manages sales personnel, establishes strategic plans
for the growth of advertising revenues, seeks out the means of
increasing market share, generates ideas to create new sales to win over
potential clients, and leads The Daily Record's overall sales effort
(Display and Classified).  The Advertising Director reports to the
Associate Publisher.
 
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
1.  Supervises and hires the classified and display sales team members.
2.  Meets the goals outlined in the annual sales budget.  Takes an active
role in creating the advertising budget and putting together a budget
plan.  Works with subordinate supervisors and sales people to determine
how to reach monthly goals.
3.  Provides leadership.  This person serves as a mentor, coach and
trainer for the sales department.  When needed this person will go on
sales calls with the staff, provide one on one training and send
salespeople to outside training if appropriate.
4.  Provide frequent, regularly scheduled report to the Associate
Publisher that reviews the successes and challenges of each month.
5.  Recruits staff members as needed.
6.  Serve as a member of the management team responsible for growing The
Daily Record and carrying out the annual budget plan.  Attend the weekly
management meetings and share what is going on in the sales department.
7.  Plans sales strategies to maximize revenue potential by developing an
understanding of the market and our growth potential.
8.  Determines account assignments.  Meets with staff members on a weekly
basis as a team and meets with individuals on a regular basis to assure
everyone is working efficiently and making their goals.  Manage the
draft system for display sales and the category system for classified
sales.
9.  Creates monthly sales goals for classified and display salespeople
which are approved by the Associate Publisher.  Goals must be
distributed quarterly at least one month prior to the start of the
quarter. Approves sales commissions, manual pricing, credits, etc.
10. Oversees or performs annual performance reviews on all salespeople. 
Meets with salespeople at the start of each year to work on annual goal
setting.
11. Analyzes sales results on an ongoing basis and provides accurate
weekly reporting to the Associate Publisher the Publisher and others as
needed.  Tracks and reviews weekly, monthly and quarterly sales reports
and projections.  Assure that sales records for goal setting and budget
planning are maintained. Assure that orders go into our billing system
correctly and bills are correct.  Stay involved with the sales staff and
know if a bad month or problem is coming.  Find a solution before the
problem gets out of hand.
12. Know market trends and competitor information.  Develop plans to
increase The Daily Record's market share.
13. Assist the sales staff with putting together proposals, contracts
and in person presentations.  Know which clients they are working on and
where they are when they are out of the office.
14. Make recommendations to the Associate Publisher for new special
sections, features, partnerships or incentive programs.
15. Work with the Associate Publisher and the Comptroller to have up to
date contracts for any advertising trades and to be sure they are being
tracked (what TDR is owed and what others owe TDR)
16. Work with the Associate Publisher to coordinate the annual special
sections calendar, media kit and all advertising promotional materials. 
Work with the appropriate person and other departments' on layouts, page
count and publication dummying as necessary.
17. Work with the sales staff to be sure they are attending business
networking events, participating on membership organization committees
and attend all Daily Record events.
18. Work with the appropriate person to plan potential trade shows,
establish new partnerships, develop paper distribution opportunities and
grow visibility for The Daily Record's newspaper and web products.
19. Review monthly advertising financials.
20. Other duties as assigned.
Send resume and qualifications to Suzanne Fischer-Huettner at suzanne.huettner@mddailyrecord.com

***  From Nancy Johnson:

Could you please post the listed position?  Let me know if you need
further information.

Nancy Johnson
Senior Administrative Assistant
Safe Kids Worldwide
1301 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.
Suite 1000
Washington, DC  20004
Phone: 202-662-0635
Fax: 202-393-2072www.safekids.org
 
2.)  Publications Manager, Safe Kids Worldwide, Washington, DC

Safe Kids Worldwide, a global network of organizations whose mission is
to prevent accidental childhood injury, seeks a publications manager.
This position is responsible for strategizing, planning and budgeting
for publications and other materials; managing editing, graphic design,
printing and distribution; setting production schedules; and managing
inventory.

Successful candidates must have excellent editing skills, a bachelor's
degree (journalism or communications preferred) and at least 3 years of
experience in publications management.  Please send a cover letter and
resume to staffsearch@safekids.org.

***  From Molly McMahon:

Hi — Can you please post this job on behalf of AOL?  Thanks very much!

Molly McMahon
Director
AOL Corporate Communications
703-265-0215 mollymcmahon@aol.com

3.)  Senior Communications Manager, AOL, Dulles, VA

AOL is seeking a Senior Communications Manager in the Corporate
Communications Department to oversee proactive public relations efforts
and campaigns specifically related to the company's new products, Web
services and emerging technologies.  Position based in Dulles, VA

8+ years technology public relations; consumer PR experience a plus.
Strong background in media relations and a proven ability to work with
print and online outlets (business, technology/trade, consumer),
broadcast, and bloggers to develop news stories, reviews and editorial
coverage of products and services.
 
Responsible for writing press releases, talking points, Q & As, briefing
decks, and distributed media materials; managing messages; and
coordinating such product launch program activities as briefing tours
and presentations, press events, satellite media tours, radio media
tours, and video news releases.

Please email resumes to amyeclem@aol.com and reference job id #76281.

***  From Kara Leppert:

4.)  American Heart Association, Director of Cause Communications,
Dallas, TX
 
An 83 year-old, $580mm national health organization seeks a Director of
Cause Communications to be based in their Dallas, TX headquarters.  This
is a newly created role within the Office of Communications and Health
Outreach, reporting directly to the EVP of Communications.  This person
will manage and direct a public and media relations staff of 10 in
supporting the corporate sponsored programs and four key cause
initiatives.   Candidates must have strong public relations/earned media
experience.  Progressive, cutting edge thinking will be key to success
is this role.

5.)  American Heart Association, Director of Consumer Advertising,
Publishing and Media Alliances, Dallas, TX

An 83 year-old, $580mm national health organization seeks a Director of
Consumer Advertising, Publishing and Media Alliances to be based in
their Dallas, TX headquarters. While overseeing a total staff of 11,
this person will provide oversight and direction to the organization's
paid advertising and consumer publishing functions.  Strong emphasis is
placed on developing and maintaining national media alliances to support
key cause initiatives.  Depth of experience in
advertising/marketing/branding is essential.

Compensation competitive.  Full benefits package.  Relocation assistance
available.

The American Heart Association has engaged the services of SBR, Inc.
To apply or for more information, please contact:
Dedrick Briggsdbriggs@thinkingahead.com
615.391.2721

***  From Joy Capps, who got it from Joanie Krings:

FYI for JOTW….

6.)  Communication Consultant, Philadelphia or Boston

Hello, my name is Joanie Krings and I am with an executive search firm
in the Chicago area.

We are looking for a Communication Consultant for a role in Philadelphia
or Boston.

Would you be aware of anyone with Benefits Consulting and Communication
that may want to hear about new opportuities?
If so, please feel free to pass along my contact information from below.

Thank you for your time.

Joanie Krings
The Waterford Executive Group
630-690-0055joani@waterfordgroup.com

***  From Kara Coll:

Mr. Lundquist,

I received your information from a colleague of mine and would like to
have a job included in your communications listserv.  I have attached
the description as a Word file.  Please let me know if you have any
questions.

Thank you,

Kara Coll
Recruiter, Perm Division
PROFESSIONALS for NONPROFITS
1725 I Street NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20006
Tel:  202.349.3820
Fax: 202.349.3821kcoll@nonprofitstaffing.com
www.nonprofitstaffing.com

7.)  Director of Communications and Grant Development, Educational
Advocacy Nonprofit, Washington, DC
   
The Director of Communications and Grant Development is responsible for
writing grant proposals, managing the grant report process and creating
fundraising materials.  The Director will also write the quarterly
newsletter along with other marketing/communications materials and
publications.  S/he will collaborate with the communications team to
produce an annual report; implement and manage the direct mail program;
establish and implement an annualized mail schedule for each level of
giving;  identify and cultivate potential donors; and perform
stewardship of all current donors to ensure maximize retention and
increased gifts.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor's degree in English, communications, or a related field.
5+ years experience creating written communications in support of
fundraising efforts.
Versatile writer with knowledge of strategic communications concepts and
techniques.
Excellent oral, written skills with proficiency in proofreading and
fact-checking.
Ability to manage and organize projects independently and effectively
while producing accurate work under tight deadlines.
Experience running a direct mail program is a plus.
Travel requirement is approximately 20%. 
SALARY:         $75K – $85K

If you think this opportunity may interest a qualified colleague, please
forward this email.  If you are interested in pursuing this career
opportunity, please send a cover letter and resume to kcoll@nonprofitstaffing.com or register at www.nonprofitstaffing.com and
apply to job number 7775. Thank you.

***  From Coleridge Collymore:

Ned – A job opportunity for your 4/16 JOTW newsletter.  Thanks in
advance for including it.

8.)  Communications and Marketing Specialist, The Center for Health
Communication (CHC), Academy for Educational Development (AED),
Washington, DC

The Center for Health Communication (CHC) has distinctive competence in
a science-based approach to social marketing and communications to
advance public health in the U.S. CHC currently implements a diverse
portfolio of social marketing and communication projects in the U.S.
which are funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention, private associations and foundations on
health issues such as obesity prevention, immunization, tobacco control,
and injury prevention. http://chc.aed.org
 
The primary responsibility of the Communications and Marketing
Specialist is to provide program planning and implementation support to
various projects for CDC and NIH, as well as for the Center itself.
Because the nature of the Center's work is fluid, the incumbent will
work as an integral member of a team of public health, research,
marketing communications, eMarketing, training, technical assistance and
finance staff to plan and implement a broad range of health
communication projects and activities, with particular contribution
expected in the area of marketing communication.
 
Essential Job Functions:
Develop and implement strategic communication and marketing plans;
create and disseminate high-quality, accurate and timely materials for a
variety of audiences including consumers/patients, healthcare providers,
educators, media, government and others.
Research, write, edit and oversee execution of a broad range of print,
audio-visual, interactive, Web-based, media outreach and other support
materials for various social marketing and health communication
initiatives and Center promotion efforts.
Provide strategic guidance and tactical support for client-related and
Center programs involving media relations and outreach, and other public
relations activities.
Develop, plan and facilitate meetings, workshops, training and technical
assistance activities, particularly those related to media outreach,
public relations and other marketing communications tactics. Provide
writing services such as meeting summaries, preparation of abstracts,
and journal articles.
Develop and maintain alliances and strategic partnerships with national
and community-based groups to support health promotion initiatives and
further program objectives.
Conduct basic research through primary data collection, the Internet,
literature reviews, and other means; work with research staff members
and subcontractors on quantitative and qualitative research efforts
including communication product testing and evaluation.
Design and implement eMarketing and web-based innovative applications to
facilitate strategic message dissemination.
Serve as point of contact and interact independently with clients, use
good judgment to monitor and addresses client issues in a timely manner,
keep senior project management apprised of activity progress, and write
project administrative reports.
Oversee work of junior staff, consultants, and subcontractors as needed
to implement efforts; develop and monitor scopes of work, contracts, and
budgets as appropriate; work with Center financial officer as required.
Participate in cross-Center and cross-Group collaborations; contribute
to the overall planning and direction of CHC activities by participating
in meetings, reviewing documents and putting forth ideas.
Contribute to new business development efforts, as required and
appropriate.
Other job related duties as assigned.
Education: Bachelors in one of the following or related fields:
Communications,Marketing and Public Health required; Masters preferred.
 
Experience: 5 year(s) of relevant experience required.
 
Specific Knowledge Requirements:
Knowledge of public relations and media tactics, support
services/resources and channels; basic understanding of advertising,
promotion and other marketing communications disciplines.
Demonstrated experience in creation of culturally sensitive
communication programs and materials;
Communications agency experience a plus.
Skills:
Demonstrated skills in creative and strategic thinking, verbal
communication, writing, editing, and effective dissemination of
information to wide audiences;

Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team to organize research and
implement projects;
Ability to organize information and tasks, set priorities, meet
deadlines, pay attention to details and handle a variety of
responsibilities efficiently and effectively;
Demonstrated ability to implement and facilitate complex relationships
among organizations and individuals, and to interact effectively with
clients, colleagues and the public

Ability to work independently; demonstrated mature attitude and good
judgment;
Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.
Working Conditions including Travel and Overtime:
This position requires 100% time level of effort. Reduced-time
employment is not an option.
Compensation: Located near Dupont Circle Metro, AED offers an attractive
compensation package that includes medical, dental, paid holidays,
personal and vacation leave, employer-sponsored retirement plan,
educational benefits, health club memberships, compressed work week
schedules, and more! Salary range: up to lower $60's!

Interested applicants should send resume with cover letter referencing
position #CC7088jotw to: AED/HR, 1825 Connecticut Avenue, NW,
Washington, D.C. 20009; fax: (202) 884-8413 or email: employ@smtp.aed.org. For additional information, visit our website at http://www.aed.org.

We thank all individuals for their interest in AED, however only those
selected for interviews will be contacted.
Individuals responding to job postings are considered applicants if you
meet the following criteria: (1) have expressed interest through the
Internet, email or other related technologies, (2) are considered by the
AED for a particular position, (3) possess the basic qualifications for
the position and (4) do not at any point remove yourself from
consideration.
AA/EOE/M/F/D/V

9.)  Multimedia Production Assistant, Nebraska Public Power District,
Columbus, NEhttp://www.nppd.com/Careers/Additional_Files/60016.asp

10.)  Marketing, PR, Communication Management, Redseven, Brighton, UK

Principle Accountabilities::

Marketing, PR, Communication Management
Including planning and execution, brand management and marketing
communications.

Responsible for creating, implementing and measuring the success of::

a comprehensive marketing, communications and public relations programme
that will maintain and then enhance the company's image and position
within the marketplaces in the eyes of the general public, and
facilitate internal and external communications;
All Company marketing, communications and public relations activities
and materials including publications, media relations, client
acquisition and so forth.
Implementing customer relations including satisfaction surveys to seek
regular input from the Company's customers regarding the quality of
programmes and services and the company's relevance to their needs.
Ensure articulation of Company's desired image and position through
consistent communication both internally and externally.

Responsible for editorial direction, design, production and distribution
of all Company collateral and publications.

Coordinate media and trade interest in the Company and ensure regular
contact with target media and appropriate response to media requests.

Act as the Company's expert representative with media and gain optimum
media exposure to a value of at least £3m through creative free PR,
releases, promotions etc.

Achieve frequent, timely and positive promotions to customers, trade and
media of relevant product and programmes across all available sectors
targeted by the company.

Coordinate the appearance of all print and electronic materials such as
letterhead, use of logo, brochures, and identity.

Identify, develop and manage promotion and regular communication and
incentives to trade distribution channels.

Ensure that the company regularly conducts relevant market research and
coordinate and oversee this activity. Monitor and act upon trends and
forecasts.

Capable of profitable and powerful communication to customers in both
B2B and B2C environments, incorporating both telephone and face to face
situations.

Financial and Business Management – achieving profitability and
budgetary control

Responsible for the achievement of marketing/communications/ public
relations mission, goals and financial objectives. Ensure that
evaluation systems are in place related to these goals and objectives
and report progress to the Managing Director and Task Force.

Develop short and long-term plans and budgets for the marketing /
communications / public relations programme and its activities, monitor
progress, assure adherence and evaluate performance.

Recommend short and long-term Company goals and objectives to the
Managing Director.

Develop, implement and monitor systems and procedures necessary to the
smooth operation of the marketing/ communications/public relations
function.

Keep informed of developments in the fields of marketing, communications
and public relations, commercial business management and governance, and
use this information to help the company operate with initiative and
innovation.

Ensure that company produces excellent ROI and adds to and grows bottom
line net profits by the delivery of well planned, budgeted and
successfully executed marketing activity.

Team Management
Work with, communicate and motivate staff and partners to develop and
maintain a strategic and positive belief and perspective in ability and
the company's direction, programme and services.

Help make sure that the Company's philosophy, mission and vision are
pertinent and practiced throughout the organisation.

Help formulate and administer policies to ensure the integrity of the
Company is maintained, promoted and reinforced.

Communication and Leadership
Maintain a climate that attracts, retains and motivates customers to buy
from staff of the company and assist HR in the communication to existing
staff and to attract additional top quality personnel.

Ensure effective management within the marketing, communications and
public relations function, with provision for succession and development
growth of personnel.

Design, support and oversee a cross-functional team dealing with all
different markets the company focuses on and any new identified markets
in the future.

Effectively develop, motivate and empower staff so they can take action
on behalf of the company by:

a) Transmitting the Company's values, vision and direction;
b) Engaging Customers to purchase
c) Respecting and using the skills, expertise, experience and insights
of people;
d) Providing direction and resources, removing barriers and helping
develop people's skills; articulating expectations and clarifying roles
and relationships;
e) Communicating which includes helping people transform information
into market intelligence and the utilising this information to exploit
profit opportunities
f) Modelling Behaviour and coaching people to ultimate success.

Required:

Demonstrated skills, knowledge and experience in the design and
execution of marketing, communications and public relations activities.
Strong creative, strategic, analytical, organisational and personal
sales skills.
Experience developing and managing budgets, and hiring, training,
developing, supervising and appraising personnel.
Demonstrated successful experience writing press releases, making
presentations and negotiating with media.
Experience overseeing and delivering the design and production of print
materials and publications
Consummate expertise at creating inspiring, relevant copywriting that
stimulates customer desire.
Computer literacy in word processing and data base management
Strong oral and written communications skills.
Ability to manage multiple projects at a time.
Other Considerations:
Degree in journalism, marketing, public relations preferred.

Please forward your CV, with your justified salary expectations and an
irresistible hook to ensure we ask you for interview to:

Ian Lucas
Managing Director
Redseven
Head Office
Kensington Street
Brighton
BN1 4AJ
http://www.redsevenleisure.co.uk/redseven/jobs-marketing.php

***  From Mike Pina:

11.)  Corporate Communications Associate, American Capital, Washington,
DC

The Corporate Communications organization is responsible for direct
marketing, advertising, press relations, the web sites and associated
internet issues, selected trademark issues, production of the annual
report and selected special projects. Its two primary constituencies
within the Company are Investor Relations and Business Development. With
respect to the Corporate Communications Associate position, the
Department at present employs a public relations firm each in New York,
London and Paris, with associated visual design firms and consultants as
needed as well as a national advertising agency, all with the goal of
raising American Capital's profile among the investing public.
Currently, the Company advertises in private equity trade publications
in the U.S., the UK and France.

American Capital is a rapidly growing company that seeks to increase its
profile on a corporate and investor relations scale as well as in
various industries where funds are in development. Reporting to both the
Communications and Public Relations Managers, the position will support
Investor Relations and Business Development particularly in terms of the
growing marketing and communications needs of each of our 10 offices and
our industry-focused funds.

Responsibilities:

-Drafting of press materials for corporate and deal announcements

-Developing content for corporate and asset manager marketing needs

-Managing the production of corporate collateral with select vendors

-Assisting in the logistics and preparation of materials for various
events

-Participation in trade media outreach and conferences.

Qualifications:

-The successful candidate will have two to three years writing and media
experience.

-Financial services experience and/or financial media contacts a plus
but not required.

We would like to have candidates apply through our company website.  The
direct URL is:
http://jobs-americancapital.icims.com/americancapital_jobs/jobs/candidate/job.jsp?jobid=1298&mode=view

The Common URL to our career website is www.AmericanCapital.com/careers.

12.)  Communications/Marketing Specialist, Texas Association of School
Business Officials, Austin, Texas

Preference given to those applicants who have earned the Accredited
Business Communicator designation.
http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=1253899

13.)  Web Communications Specialist, Dakota County, Hastings, Minnesota 
http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=1242831

14.)  Editor of Eye, The Royal College of Ophthalmologists, London,
United Kingdomhttp://naturejobs.nature.com/texis/jobsearch/details.html?id=4614cc0f4a0e0&q=editor&qSort=date&pp=25&view=1&page=1&ccsj=1

15.)  Farsi Media Analyst, The Rendon Group, Washington, DChttp://jobview.monster.com:80/getjob.asp?JobID=56097569

16.)  Senior Advisor Corporate Communications, Conroy Ross Partners
(recruiting for Enbridge Inc), Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Our client, Enbridge Inc., is a leader in energy transportation and
distribution in North America and internationally. Enbridge operates, in
Canada and the U.S., the world's longest crude oil and liquids pipeline
system. The company owns and operates Enbridge Pipelines Inc. and a
variety of affiliated pipelines in Canada (“Liquids Pipelines”), and has
an 11% interest in and operates Enbridge Energy Partners, L.P., which
owns the Lakehead System in the U.S. These pipeline systems have
operated for nearly 60 years, and delivers more than 2 million barrels
per day of crude oil and petroleum liquids.
Enbridge is also involved in international energy projects and has a
growing involvement in the natural gas transmission and midstream
businesses, through the Alliance and Vector pipelines, and various U.S.
assets that transport, gather, process and market natural gas and other
petroleum products. Through Enbridge Gas Distribution, formerly
Consumers' Gas, the company provides natural gas to 1.7 million
commercial and residential customers across Ontario.
The company employs approximately 5,000 people, primarily in Canada, the
U.S. and South America. Stable, well financed, and positioned for
further growth, Enbridge is truly a respected employer of choice.
Further information can be obtained from the Enbridge website at http://www.enbridge.com/
Enbridge has plans to develop $13 billion in liquids pipeline capital
projects in Canada and the U.S. in the next five years.
The Position
Based in Calgary and reporting to the Manager, Communications (with
interim reporting to the Vice President, Public and Government Affairs
(PG&A) ), the Senior Advisor – Corporate Communications will be a senior
member of the team that provides enterprise wide tactical and strategic
corporate communications support for the company, , with a focus on
internal communications. The overall responsibilities of this position
will include providing communications solutions to internal clients,
drafting and implementing communications strategies and plans, writing a
variety of materials such as news releases, speeches and brochures,
producing newsletters, internal announcements, coordinating employee
meetings and information, writing for the Company intranet, and working
on special projects as assigned.
Specific Accountabilities
. Provide and promote strategic external and internal communications
support to the corporate executive, management,
Human Resources and business unit department clients that enhances,
maintains and measures a clear, targeted mix of communications vehicles
and channels.
. Develop and implement communication plans that align with the
Company's strategic focus and manage projects as necessary;
. Be a solutions-oriented team player, able to work effectively on
multiple tasks in a deadline-oriented environment;
. Develop content for websites and other written material for the
Enbridge intranet;
The Person
Given the significance of this position to the future growth and
direction of the company, the following skills and attributes are
required:
. 7 to 10 years of progressively responsible public relations / public
affairs / communications experience.
. A degree or diploma in public relations, communications, journalism or
related field.
. A professional designation (APR or ABC) would be an asset.
. Superior communications skills, including listening, speaking,
interviewing and writing/editing skills.
. Good knowledge of print and website production processes as well as a
solid understanding of graphic design principles.
. Good understanding of corporate communications tools and reporting
requirements, such as news releases, and annual and quarterly reports.
. Strong knowledge/understanding of the web as a communications tool.
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with people at
all levels and various Enbridge companies.
. Excellent organizational and project management skills.
. Results-oriented, self-motivated and a team player.
. Ability to manage multiple deadlines and budgets.
. Experience in a publicly traded energy or related company, and an
understanding of the associated public company disclosure requirements
is an asset.
. Strong analytical skills to quickly analyze complex situations,
determine key issues, and prepare and implement clearly defined
solutions and/or responses.
. Pipeline or Energy industry experience is an asset.
. Highest standards of personal integrity supported by open and honest
communication.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL:Bryan Arthur (Ext. 348) OR mark
hopkins (Ext. 303) AT (403) 261-8080
Preference given to those applicants who have earned the Accredited
Business Communicator designation. http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=1253954

***  From Myllisa Lardieri Kennedy:

Ned,
 
My colleagues at our sister organization, the Center for U.S. Global
Engagement are looking for a Communications Director. I've provided the
description below for next week's email.
 
Thanks for all of your work on the JOTW!
 
Best,
Myllisa
 
16.)  COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR U.S. GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT,
Washington, D.C.

The Center for U.S. Global Engagement is seeking a Communications
Director to join Impact '08, a groundbreaking new nationwide campaign
focused on re-shaping U.S. foreign policy by making diplomacy and
international development programs a major priority for the next
Administration's foreign policy platform. Impact '08 builds awareness
among 2008 Presidential candidates and their advisors about the critical
need to prioritize and invest adequately in soft power instruments,
including programs such as global health, education, rule of law, and
people-to-people exchanges.
This senior-level position will be responsible for overseeing public
opinion research, message development, website development, press
outreach and media training. The position will report to the Managing
Director and reside in Washington, D.C.
Responsibilities will include
.Message Development – Work with public opinion research
firm to develop compelling campaign message. Create user-friendly
materials for distribution to Center's network, journalists and
candidates. This will include writing talking points, short papers, fact
sheets, and other communications materials.
.  Message Dissemination – Coordinate distribution of regular updates
and state-specific information to key journalists, foreign policy
experts and broader network. 
.  Press Outreach – Engage local and regional journalists through
activities undertaken by state networks to help generate local press
about Impact '08. This will include direct contact with reporters,
preparing press releases and statements, providing background
information, and organizing editorial board meetings for state leaders. 

.  Media Training – Work with the Field Director to plan and implement
media trainings for state leaders.
.  Implement Campaign Strategy – Participate in overall strategy
implementation of Impact '08.
Position Requirements
The position requires 3-5 years of communications and public relations
experience, superior knowledge of the presidential election process, and
a proven interest in international affairs. Strong training and public
speaking skills are also required as are excellent communications,
organizational and interpersonal skills. Presidential campaign
experience is highly desirable. Travel is expected. Competitive salary
offered, commensurate with experience and qualifications.
About the Center:
The Center for U.S. Global Engagement unites business, NGO and community
leaders to build understanding of America's interest in today's world.
We engage these citizens to educate and inspire support among the
public, opinion leaders and policymakers for U.S. assistance and
engagement in international affairs. The Center is the educational arm
of the highly successful U.S. Global Leadership Campaign (USGLC), a
coalition of over 400 businesses and organizations that advocates for
increased funding for the U.S. International Affairs Budget.
To Apply
Please email cover letter and resume to Nazlin Bhimji at nazlin@usglobalengagement.org.

***  From Rick Kiernan:

Hi Ned–
         
Your JOTW continues to be superb!

Can You Post the following:

17.)  Public Affairs professionals, MPRI, Iraq

Immediate Opening for military-experienced Public Affairs professionals
in Iraq. Position will support current US mission in support of Public
Affairs programs. DINFOS graduates  and recent experience as a
journalist/broadcaster preferred. “Join MPRI and Be All You Used to Be!”
 Contact: rick.kiernan@l-3com.com.

Thanks, Captain!

Rick

***  From Marty Jarrell:

a friend suggested i send these job announcement to you for posting on
JOTW. do i need to subscribe to JOTW or can you post?
many thanks,
marty jarrell
communications director
ipas

18.)  Editorial Associate, Ipas, Chapel Hill, NC

Ipas – a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving reproductive
health and rights for women around the world – seeks an editor to
complete its enthusiastic and mission-driven communications team.  This
position works independently and collaboratively to write, copyedit and
proofread a variety of publications in a variety of media to support
Ipas's work. S/he will liaise with authors and graphic designers to
carry completed text through the production phase. The ideal candidate
has a bachelor's (or higher) degree in journalism or a related
discipline; more than four years of relevant experience; experience with
a number of editorial styles, including AP; a meticulous attention to
detail; the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously; and a
team approach. Experience writing/editing training materials and
health-related documents is a plus, as is proficiency in Spanish.  Send
cover letter/resume and writing sample edited only by the applicant to:
Human Resources, Ipas, P.O. Box 5027, Chapel Hill, NC USA 27514. 
Alternatively, you may send an e-mail application to hrmail@ipas.org. No
phone calls, please, but we encourage you to visit our website to learn
more about Ipas –
www.ipas.org. EOE

19.)  Development Associate, Ipas, Chapel Hill, NC

International women's reproductive health agency based in Chapel Hill,
NC, seeks professional with 3 or more years experience in the area of
non-profit fundraising, particularly extensive grant-writing experience,
to join congenial and very busy Development unit.  Responsibilities
focus heavily on editing proposals and reports and collaborating with
interdisciplinary country teams to complete donor documents. The right
candidate will be an excellent editor with a strong eye for detail who
can produce error-free documents and take full ownership of assignments.
 Responsibilities include establishing and meeting deadlines, managing
workflow, writing donor correspondence, using and maintaining a donor
information database, and various administrative responsibilities.
Graduate level education or an equivalent combination of education and
experience is required, but all relevant experience will be considered.
Fluency in written and spoken Spanish is desirable. Great opportunity to
join an agency committed to the global effort to enhance women's
reproductive health and work in a sociable, employee-friendly,
environment. Excellent benefits package, including 401(k), health
insurance, and flexible schedule. Send resume, writing sample edited
only by the applicant, and cover letter describing working style, career
goals, and what you can bring to this job to hrmail@ipas.org or Human
Resources, Ipas, P.O. Box 5027, Chapel Hill, NC  27514.  We do not
accept phone calls, but encourage you to visit our website
www.ipas.org
before applying.  EOE

***  From Bill Tucker:

20.)  Communications Manager, Education Sector, Washington, DC

Education Sector seeks a communications manager to serve as a member of
our senior management team and lead the development, management, and
execution of Education Sector's marketing and communications strategies.

As the organization's communications manager, your role will be to
ensure that our work leads to impact on education policy and practice.
This is a senior position and you will work across the organization-with
our executive, policy, and events/marketing teams-to develop and
implement strategies to effectively communicate our ideas to policy
makers, educators, the media, and other key audiences. While working
with the media is an important component of the work, the successful
candidate will be a strong manager that can lead a variety of innovative
dissemination, marketing, and relationship-building strategies to
further Education Sector's impact.

The full description, including instructions for applicants, can be
found at:http://www.educationsector.org/whoweare/whoweare_show.htm?doc_id=473234

Education Sector
1201 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 850
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202.552.2840 – Fax: 202.775.5877
Bill Tucker (
btucker@educationsector.org)
Chief Operating Officer
Education Sector
Independent Analysis, Innovative Ideaswww.educationsector.org

21.)  Newstrack Desk Editor, United Press International, Skokie, Ill.

United Press International is looking for a Desk Editor to work with its
NewsTrack group. The successful candidate will have a college degree and
a minimum of five years experience in daily journalism. A background in
all aspects of news, including entertainment and sports, is desirable.
NewsTrack editors ensure UPI's coverage is fair, balanced and accurate.
They are assigned to the NewsTrack Desk to monitor news flow and to edit
stories of varying length. They are expected to work under minimal
supervision to manage copy flow and assign articles for others or the
editor to write. They have the responsibility of publishing stories on
the wire. Desk Editors must possess all the editorial skills of a
Reporter and be able to edit multiple news briefs and longer stories.
They will be required to work nights, late nights, weekends and
holidays.

Please send résumés and appropriate clips to: Marcy Kreiter, UPI
NewsTrack Senior Editor, 9033 Keeler, Skokie, Ill., 60076http://about.upi.com/AboutUs/index.php?ContentID=20060511143139-24581

***  From Stacey Hohenberg:

It can wait until Monday. Please find below- Thanks!

22.)  Public Relations and Media Relations Coordinator (full-time),
Corporate Marketing and Communications, ICF Consulting, Fairfax, VA

Successful candidate will join a six-person marketing and communications
team reporting to the Manager of Corporate Marketing & Communications.
The PR Coordinator is instrumental in increasing visibility and
awareness of the firm's mission and thought leadership to the federal
marketplace and globally. This position will be responsible for
garnering and managing earned placement and disclosing information to
the public while adhering to SEC guidelines. PR Coordinator will
cultivate relationships and gain respect as a versatile communications
expert. This position will have the ability to write copy as the voice
of the company, with the appropriate tone, consistency, and quality, and
will also assist subject matter experts and practice representatives in
writing content. The PR Coordinator will have specific communications
responsibilities company-wide and will be expected to work
collaboratively with other team members and interact with senior levels
of internal personnel globally, clients, and vendors.

Responsibilities:
√   Initiate, develop, and manage all external communications
√   Write, edit, and distribute press releases
√   Pitch experts to the media and place published works
√   Coordinate, write, edit, and produce quarterly external
newsletter
√   Monitor, maintain, and respond to public inquiries
√   Track, measure, analyze, and disseminate media mentions
√   Write, edit, and format marketing collateral and web content

Qualifications:
√   Minimum of BS or BA in English, Journalism, Communications,
Marketing, or a related field
√   5-8 years related experience in a large organization (more
than 1,000 employees)
√   Proven track record pitching to and building relationships
with the media
√   Excellent organizational skills and version control/ document
management
√   Demonstrated skill and flair in business writing, editing, and
proofreading
√   Superior verbal communication and personal interaction skills
√   The ability to effectively communicate with a broad range of
audiences and the highest levels of management to research subjects and
inspire action
√   Proficient with Microsoft Office suite
√   Experience independently managing projects from inception to
completion
√   Ability to juggle multiple projects with changing priorities
in a dynamic, deadline-driven environment
√   Strategic thinker and problem-solver who is self-motivated
√   Knowledge/experience in professional services to government
clients preferred

Candidates will be asked to submit a portfolio and complete writing and
editing assignments during the interview process.

Stacey Hohenberg
Manager, Corporate Communications & Marketing
ICF Internationalshohenberg@icfi.com

23.)  Medical Communications Scientist, AstraZeneca, Wilmington,
Delawarehttp://www.biospace.com/jobs/Public/JobDetails.aspx?JOB_ID=187734

***  From Dianne Lewis:

Hello Ned,
I work for the Souper Bowl of Caring from my home in DC.  I have been a
JOTW subscriber for about two years.  We are looking for a publications
specialist for our national office located in Columbia, SC.  I have
pasted the information below.  Thank you so much for the great work you
do.
Kindest regards,
Dianne

24.)  Publications Coordinator, Souper Bowl of Caring, Columbia, SC
 
DESCRIPTION:
The Souper Bowl of Caring is a national non-profit organization founded
and based in Columbia, SC. Through the Souper Bowl of Caring, young
people across the country use Super Bowl weekend to raise money for
those in need, and since the program started in 1990, over $41 million
has been generated.
 
The Souper Bowl of Caring is seeking a Publications Coordinator with
exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills, fully capable of
managing multiple projects. The ideal candidate will have experience in
an advertising agency or comparable experience managing a project from
creative conception through production.
 
The Publications Coordinator is responsible for managing and
coordinating all promotional materials for the Souper Bowl of Caring
national office as well as supporting the initiatives in the Super Bowl
Host City and other markets. Materials include tri-annual newsletter,
informational brochures, participant materials, website copy, video
scripts, public service announcements, and development support.
 
QUALIFICATIONS:
.   Bachelor's degree in advertising, marketing or related field and a
minimum of 2 years professional experience
.   Superior writing, editing and proofreading skills
.   Knowledge of the printing and mailing process
.   The flexibility and management skills necessary to manage multiple
projects at once
.   Excellent verbal and written communications skills with the ability to
translate a passion for the organizational mission
.   Strong planning, administrative and organizational skills
.   Maintain a positive attitude and enjoys multi-tasking
.   Must be able to work independently and as part of a team
.   Must be willing to work some evenings and weekends and some travel is
required
 
The Souper Bowl of Caring is seeking a high-energy, disciplined
professional who shares our passion for teaching young people that God
can use them to make a difference in the lives of others. This rare and
exciting opportunity is available for an individual to be a key player
in a nationwide organization with a Mission that influences the lives of
tens of thousands of youth and benefits millions of people suffering
from hunger and poverty. If you are interested in being a part of this
fun and unique effort, please send cover letter and resume to:
 
Tracy Bender, Director of Public Relations
Souper Bowl of Caring
PO Box 23224
Columbia, SC 29224
Fax: 803-419-7244tracy@souperbowl.org

***  From Anne Howard:

Please post this job for your members.  Thanks.

Anne Howard (anne@lhazan.com)
Lynn Hazan & Associates
Lhazan.com
312.863.5402

25.)  PR Account Manager, marketing & PR firm, Chicago, IL
 
Chicago marketing & PR firm seeks hands-on Account Manager to lead team
of PR professionals. 15 person firm in its 16th year of business has
corporate, real estate, and non-profit clients. Focus on exciting
clients in residential and commercial real estate, engineering,
construction and other professional services. Fast pace, entrepreneurial
and collaborative environment.  Opportunity for growth.  Reports to VP,
Director of Client Service.  Local candidates preferred.
 
Qualifications:
6-8 years¹ experience in PR and marketing.  Need agency experience. 
Real estate or professional services marketing experience preferred. 
Excellent oral and written communications absolutely necessary. 
High-level media contacts and strong media relationships important. 
Record of effective crisis management PR experience. Strong team
management skills and an interest in developing junior staff.
Self-directed, creative, strategic, and innovative.
 
Responsibilities:
Develop concepts and strategies for PR and marketing campaigns.  Write
and edit press releases, articles and other documents; pitch stories to
media and maintain media contacts. Manage budgets, including team,
client and portfolio P&L in billable environment. Handle crisis
communications. 
Manage team of three; evaluate, coach and train junior staff.  Provide
excellent client service.  Contribute to overall firm through business
development and other means.  50% billable client work, 40% manage
staff, 10% assist with business development.
 
Ref. #0464.  Please forward your resume as a .doc with cover letter,
writing samples (including strategic plans, press releases, etc.) and
salary information and state how you fit the specs.  Send to Lynn Hazan,
Lynn Hazan & Assoc,lynn@lhazan.com <mailto:lynn@lhazan.com> .  Email is unreliable<CALL
312-863-5401 to follow up.  Resumes without cover letters, samples and
salary information will not be accepted.

26.)  Medical Editor, AlphaMedica, Westchester County, NYhttp://www.mediabistro.com/joblistings/jobview.asp?joid=53602

27.)  Communication Coordinator, Science Applications International
Corporation, Abingdon, MDhttp://www.hirediversity.com/jobseekers/jobs/view.asp?ID=1793608

***  From Mike Pina:

28.)  Vice President, Communications & Partnership Development, The
American Architectural Foundation, Washington D.C.

The American Architectural Foundation has retained Association
Strategies Inc. to recruit a Vice President, Communications &
Partnership Development for this $5 million budget organization in
Washington D.C.  AAF seeks an individual to provide leadership to the
communications and partnership development functions including strategic
communications, media relations, and partnership outreach and
stewardship.  Need Bachelor's degree (Master's
preferred); track record of building collaboration between
organizations; experience successfully executing communications
strategies and campaigns; and exceptional management, organizational,
communication, and interpersonal skills. Experience in partnership
development a plus. Internet:www.archfoundation.org.  Search by Association Strategies Inc., 1111
North Fairfax Street, Alexandria, VA  22314.  Email:  jim@assnstrategies.com

29.)  Sr Director Corporate Communications, Amtrak, Washington, D.C.

Amtrak, the country's rail passenger service, is seeking a
Senior Director Corporate Communications, for our offices located in
Washington, DC.

SUMMARY OF DUTIES: Leads the creation, management and timely
implementation of a corporate-wide, multi-disciplined external
communications program to enhance the railroads image and support
strategic goals; as part of the programs, develops strategies involving
the media, stakeholders, employees, rail supporters and other
constituencies.
Responsible for the strategic planning and timely implementation of all
internal communications to inform, but more importantly, engage
employees in achieving corporate goals. Directs and manages the timely
publication of all of Amtrak's internal and external corporate
publications, such as the employee newspaper, employee advisory, and
strategic plan documents. Directs and oversees the management of
graphics services, ensuring quality products, timely customer response,
as well as productivity efficiencies. Serves as the lead media corporate
spokesperson for the railroad. Initiatives, plans, and manages all
corporate special events, including media news conferences,
ribbon-cuttings, groundbreakings, etc. Writes, oversees and manages the
preparation of speeches and talking points, ensuring proper review
process and that policy and corporate priorities are accurately
portrayed and communicated.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: 15

TRAVEL: 25%
Salary: 110,000.00 – 141,000.00 
NOTES: Employer will assist with relocation costs

Requirements
EDUCATION: Must have a Bachelors degree in Liberal Arts,
Journalism, or Political Science or an equivalent combination of
training, education and work experience. Masters degree in Pubic
Administration or
Business preferred.
WORK EXPERIENCE: Must have strong management and leadership
skills to direct those who report directly to the position, as well as
those who report to other parts of the organization. Exceptional
initiative is required in identifying opportunities and challenges, and
recommending approaches, as well as implementing the suggested programs.
Proven planning skills for the development of national communications
campaigns and programs. Creativity must be shown in both past
communications approaches, and energy and drive toward seeking new ways
of communicating.

COMMUNICATION AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS: Strong leadership and
interpersonal skills. Superior writing ability is needed to prepare a
wide range of documents from news releases to video scripts, and
internal budget documents. The incumbent must have a particular aptitude
for communicating complicated issues into accessible, straightforward
terms.
Job Code: 90102329.
Qualified applicants should send resume and salary history to:hremp@amtrak.com. Please refer to vacancy 90102329(NABJ).

30.)  Director, Office of Member and Communications Services, Council on
Social Work Education (CSWE), Alexandria, VA

Here's an opportunity to put your membership and communication skills
and knowledge to work while helping to fulfill an important mission to
promote and strengthen the quality of social work education.
The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) is seeking a dynamic,
experienced professional to drive its membership and communications
activities and programs. This individual will be responsible for
managing, leading and developing all member and communication services
at CSWE, including member recruitment and retention, member benefits
development, publications and meetings oversight, and marketing and
communications. This position requires the integration of information
across departments at CSWE.
The position supervises staff responsible for membership, marketing and
communications, publications, data management, and conferences and
faculty development and reports to the Executive Director.

Candidates must have a Bachelor's degree in business, marketing or
communications with a minimum of 10 years progressively responsible work
experience, preferably in a membership association including 5 years of
supervisory experience. Graduate degree strongly preferred. Candidates
must also possess a demonstrated understanding of membership marketing,
development and recruitment practices and principles including the
ability to effectively lead strategic planning efforts in these areas.
Demonstrated skills and experience in building and maintaining
relationships with senior management, volunteer leadership including
members of boards of directors, committees, and staff to accomplish
goals is also required. The ideal
candidate must also be able to demonstrate knowledge of budgeting,
strategic planning, understanding of market research, contract and
vendor management, and customer service processes. Must have ability to
set appropriate priorities and manage multiple tasks, excellent
organizational, financial, analytical, people and program management
skills.

HOW TO APPLY: Send cover letter, resume, salary requirements to Human
Resources, Attn: OMACS Director Search, CSWE, 1725 Duke Street, Suite
500, Alexandria, VA 22314, FAX: 703.683.8099 or hr@cswe.org. No calls
please.

31.)  Public Relations Manager, Carlson Companies, Plymouth, MNhttp://www.hirediversity.com/jobseekers/jobs/view.asp?ID=1755272

32.)  VICE PRESIDENT MEMBERSHIP/COALITION RELATIONS, The National
Community Reinvestment Coalition, Washington, DChttp://www.ncrc.org/whoweare/careerOpps.php

33.)  Communications Intern, The National Community Reinvestment
Coalition, Washington, DChttp://www.ncrc.org/whoweare/careerOpps.php

***  From Jeffrey Brooke, ABC:

Ned-for your next JOTW.

Many thanks,
Jeff

Jeffrey Brooke
Director, Employee Communications Office
United States Government Printing Office
202.512.1920

34.)  EMPLOYEE COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, United States Government
Printing Office, Washington, DC

(Full-time Federal employee, Grade 13, $79,000 – $103,000)
Join a transformation in progress, as GPO reinvents itself as an agency
and a business. In the Employee Communications Office, we work closely
with internal clients to plan, deploy and measure internal communication
to support change in the agency.

MUSTS–Candidates must be exceptionally skilled in:
* BUILDING strong relationships with internal clients to better
understand their business goals
* FACILITATING problem-solving sessions with clients to develop
communication plans
* WRITING powerful, persuasive and journalistic copy
* EDITING the work of peers, recommending ways to enhance clarity,
accuracy and effectiveness to reach the intended audience

ADVANTAGES–Particular consideration will be given to those candidates
who have skills in, or an interest in learning about, the following:
* RESEARCH: We design and conduct focus groups and surveys, gather data,
and analyze the results.
* BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE: Our communication strategies incorporate
principles of organization development and psychology, creating tools
for change management.
* TECHNOLOGY: Many of our key messages require communicating complex
technical subject matter to a non-technical audience.

The Employee Communications Office also administers the agency's
directives (policy) system. By multitasking, our tightly knit team
manages paper and electronic communication channels, and regularly
reexamines and updates our portfolio.

ABOUT GPO: A self-funded agency of 2,300 employees, located a block from
Union Station, GPO blends traditional printing crafts with the latest
digital technologies. Here, a master artisan marbles the pages of the
Presidential Papers and binds them in leather, while experts in
government credentials enable federal agencies to meet the toughest
security requirements. When its transformation is complete, GPO will
provide other agencies with innovative services for the publishing,
storage, and distribution of their digital content. To propel GPO to its
future state, you will collaborate with some of the best and the
brightest in manufacturing, enterprise architecture, library science,
systems engineering, project management, publication marketing, and
sales.
Contact: Jeffrey Brooke, ABC, at JBrooke@GPO.gov

***  From Nancy Gordon:

35.)  Manager, Military Engines Communications, Pratt & Whitney, East
Hartford, CT

Pratt & Whitney, a recognized leading producer of the world's most
powerful jet engines, is looking for dedicated individuals to support
our organization. If you would like to work in a dynamic environment and
possess the motivation to incorporate new ideas into practice, this may
be the opportunity you've been waiting for!

The Manager, ME Communications is responsible for strategic leadership
of communication activities that support objectives of the Military
Engines (ME) organization.

The candidate must be a motivated self-starter with broad experience in
aerospace. The candidate also must demonstrate:

— Strong leadership, interpersonal and team skills.
— Strong writing and communication skills.
— The ability to multi-task and work well under deadline pressure.
— Experience with all forms of internal and external communications,
electronic communications, and communications measurement.
— Experience interacting with and counseling senior executives.

The Manager, ME Communications develops and manages the organization's
communication plan and processes and measures the effectiveness of its
programs and products.

Key responsibilities include:

— Create and implement a comprehensive and integrated communications
plan that supports the organization's one- and five-year roadmaps,
annual sales plan, key messages and employee fulfillment goals.
— Provide internal and external communications counsel and services to
executives throughout the ME organization.
— Promote ME's message at industry shows and conferences through
brochures, speeches, presentations, press releases, press conferences,
display panels
and a variety of customer communications.
— Lead proactive employee communications, media relations, and customer
communications within and across ME. Media relations includes
proactively pitching news stories to reporters, organizing press
conferences at industry shows, responding to and coordinating media
inquiries, acting as ME spokesperson as needed.
— Coordinate all ME-wide special events, celebrations and
communications.
Oversee arrangements for the ME President's monthly skip level
breakfasts and all hands briefings.
— Own the ME content on P&W's internal and external websites.
— Utilize feedback tools to measure and analyze effectiveness of
communications activities.
— Align ME communications with the P&W Advertising and Marketing
department, P&W policies, messages, and initiatives, including EH&S and
Quality.
— Provide Group Communications information that communicates ME
metrics, goals, and performance.
— Collaborate with HR to ensure effective communication of
organizational and executive announcements and employee relations.
— Support the overall communications needs of the ME President and his
direct reports.
— Effectively manage the ME communications budget.

BS in Communications, Marketing, Journalism or related field preferred.
MBA or MS business management or communications desired.

Ten+ years communications experience with proven written, verbal and
electronic skills required. Ten years management experience with proven
strategic thinking, business, and media relations skills required.
Excellent presentation and organizational skills.

Position reports to Director, P&W Communications, with a dotted line to
President, Pratt & Whitney Military Engines.

United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer.
No e-mails please.  Applicants MUST apply on-line ONLY to this position
atwww.prattcareers.com orhttp://www.prattcareers.com/job_detail.asp?JobID=914275&user_id

36.)  Communications Associate, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,
Princeton, NJ

Reporting Directly to the Communications Officer/Senior Communications
Officer, the Communications Associate will work collaboratively with
team leaders to advance communications for team goals and initiatives
and are expected to demonstrate a passionate commitment to the
Foundation's mission of improving health and health care for all
Americans and to the guiding principles and promise that undergird that
mission. Salary commensurate with experience.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
P.O. Box 2316 College Road East and Route 1
Princeton, NJ 08543http://www.rwjf.org/about/joblisting.jsp

37.)  Communications Officer (Media Relations), Robert Wood Johnson
Foundation, Princeton, NJ

Reporting Directly to the Director of Public Affairs, the Communications
Officer will be responsible for assisting in the development,
implementation, management, evaluation and monitoring of projects and
programs involving dissemination, media relations, public relations,
advocacy, advertising, branding, social marketing and in other
communications activities. Salary commensurate with experience.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
P.O. Box 2316 College Road East and Route 1
Princeton, NJ 08543http://www.rwjf.org/about/joblisting.jsp

38.)  Communications Officer or Senior Communications Officer, Robert
Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, NJ

Reporting Directly to the Vice President, Communications, the
Communications Officer or Senior Communications Officer will create,
develop, implement and manage communications for and about the
Foundation's initiatives to improve the health and health care of all
Americans. Salary commensurate with experience.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
P.O. Box 2316 College Road East and Route 1
Princeton, NJ 08543http://www.rwjf.org/about/joblisting.jsp

***  From Laura Hamra:

Widmeyer currently has an opening in its Washington, DC office for an
account manager.  Can you please post the attached job description to
the next JOTW email blast?

Thanks

Laura Hamra

Human Resources Director
202.667.0901 x120www.widmeyer.com

39.)  Account Manager, Widmeyer Communications, Washington, DC

Widmeyer Communications is looking for qualified candidates with at
least 4-6 years agency, Capitol Hill and/or Executive Branch experience.
Candidates should also possess strong writing, research and
organizational skills, as well as the ability to meet strict deadlines
and juggle multiple projects simultaneously. Candidates must possess
excellent communication skills and have experience with client
relations.  Demonstrated media relations/placement ability preferred.

Responsibilities include working as part of an account team to deliver
outstanding public relations, public affairs and advocacy communications
services to leading corporations, associations, and other non-profits.

Competitive salary commensurate with experience, plus excellent benefits
package.  Please send resume, along with cover letter and writing
samples to:

Widmeyer Communications
Attn: Human Resources
Reference: PAjobs@widmeyer.com

40.)  Communications Intern, Global Footprint Network, Oakland, CA

Global Footprint Network is seeking a communications intern to assist
with a range of communications projects. Recent graduates with a degree
in communications, public relations, marketing, or related field are
encouraged to apply. Advanced undergraduate students are also encouraged
to apply. Depending on skills and interests, intern projects may
include:

Maintaining and expanding the media library.
Building network partnerships and supporting outreach programs.
Assisting with website maintenance, monthly newsletters, and media
outreach.
Helping to maintain partner relationships.
Writing and editing reports and project summaries.
Planning special events and office parties.
Monitoring Ecological Footprint and general environmental news alerts.
Supporting the planning and coordinating of direct mail and annual
appeal campaigns.
How to Apply: Send resume and statement of career goals. Email
preferred; subject line MUST include the term “Communications Internship
Application.” Contact: Brooking Gatewood. Email: jobs@footprintnetwork.org

http://www.footprintnetwork.org/gfn_sub.php?content=jobs

41.)  Medical Communications Specialist, PPD, Inc., RTP, NChttp://ncap.associationcareernetwork.com/JobSeeker/JobDetail.aspx?abbr=NCAP&jobid=277f7501-2432-4d9b-a7b4-aaeed40974c3

42.)  Multi-media/Web Coordinator, KXJZ, Capital Public Radio,
Sacramento, CAhttp://www.cabroadcasters.org/radiojobs.shtml

***  From Mike Klein:

Note: Unlike most Capital Hill press roles, this opportunity does NOT
require Congressional experience.
 
Mike Kleinhttp://CommsOffensive325.blogharbor.com
 
43.)  PRESS SECRETARY, Washington, DC

Liberal Democrat seeks clever press secretary to pitch a progressive
message in a less-than-progressive media market.  Press experience
absolutely is required, though Hill experience is not.  (If you are a
legislative type, please do not apply.  We are interested in “pressies”
only.)  Writing skills must be the best:  there are a number of regular
weekly and monthly columns to produce, as well as newsletters.  Upkeep
and updating of the office website is part of this person's duties.  The
district includes a significant Latino population and a growing Latino
media presence.  Ideas for reaching out to and securing this market will
feature prominently in this job, so Spanish language skills are a
plus…though you can get by without them.  Most of all, this person
must possess a calm and calming demeanor to offset an often excitable
COS. Please send cover letter, resume and writing sample to 
<mailto:Rochelle.dornatt@mail.house.gov> Rochelle.dornatt@mail.house.gov.  Or fax paperwork to 202-225-6791. 
Deadline for application is Wednesday April 18.  Please, no calls or
drop-ins.

44.)  Manager of Communications, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CAhttp://www.lagunaartmuseum.org/Communications_Manager_Position.pdf

45.)  Assistant Professor of Communication, Brenau University,
Gainesville, GAhttp://chronicle.com/jobs/id.php?id=0000504418-01

***  From Patty Hilton-Johnson:

Hi Ned,
Here's a UK job for next newsletter.
Patty

46.)  Marketing Consultant/Agency, QUAD, East Midlands – Derby, England

QUAD (http://www.derbyquad.co.uk) will be Derby's centre for the
promotion, presentation and exploration of contemporary visual culture.
Over £10 million has been invested in this brand new, state of the art
complex which is scheduled to open in early Summer 2008 with the
following facilities:

* 2 exhibition galleries capable of hosting Category A exhibitions
* 2 cinemas showing the best in world and independent cinema
* Multi-purpose BOX space capable of hosting a wide range of
performances, workshops and exhibitions
* A range of arts and media production facilities
* Cafe/Bar

This is a flagship project for a revitalized Derby. Its iconic status
with a very prominent city centre location means that this is more than
just an arts centre. This is a major civic asset with national and
international aspirations.

We are seeking external support to help us develop and implement
marketing communication strategies which raise profile and drive visits
to QUAD, the building and its programme, to a diverse audience.

A key aspect of your role will be to develop and build our brand, manage
marketing research and oversee audience development. You will have a
proven track record of organising successful marketing campaigns and
have been involved in managing marketing research and customer
relationships.

Main areas of responsibility:
1. To have a sound understanding of QUAD's work
2. To write and develop a marketing strategy and launch plan in line
with QUAD's mission and key messages in consultation with the Director
and senior staff

Main tasks:
To lead the development of a marketing strategy and launch plan for
QUAD, to include:

* Working closely with the Director, Management Team, and external
consultants (as appropriate) to produce a coherent and accessible
marketing plan
* Developing a media plan in consultation with the Director
* Monitoring marketing activity regularly

Expression of Interest:
We are looking for expressions of interest from experienced marketing
professionals or consultancies. It is anticipated that this contract
will be 6-9 months in duration. If you are interested please email your
details to Keith Jeffrey, QUAD Director at keith@derbyquad.co.uk by
Friday April 20th.
{Job #92558}

47.)  Assistant Professor of Communication Studies (Generalist),
Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VAhttp://chronicle.com/jobs/id.php?id=0000503401-01

48.)  Editor, Progressive Building and Info-Link, AGM Publishing,
Auckland, New Zealand

We are seeking an Editor for our two successful professional titles
dedicated to the building and construction trades – Progressive Building
and Info-Link.

Reporting to the Publisher, the successful applicant will:

* Apply keen social skills and be willing to engage with readers &
advertisers
* Maintain a close, open working relationship between editorial &
advertising
* Manage, direct & motivate a range of professional and industry
contributors
* Understand the professional & business aspects of the building and
construction industries
* Take these successful magazines to the next level

If you would like to apply for this position, please contact Parul
Sheopuri, Publisher-Professional Titles on 09-846-2722 (extn 337) or
email your CV to parul.sheopuri@agm.co.nz

49.)  Communications Assistant: Journalist (Internship), Franciscans
International, Geneva, Switzerlandhttp://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-726GV4

50.)  Media Reviewer, Communications-Film & Broadcasting, United States
Conference of Catholic Bishops, NY, NY

The position screens and writes reviews of nationally-released movies
(as many as 3-6 per week), determining, in tandem with director, the
appropriate moral classification; screens and reviews 1-2 TV programs
and also 1-2 DVDs weekly. Writes columns on media trends as warranted.
Records biweekly on-air feature for “Catholic Radio Weekly.” Some
travel, including periodic trips to Washington, D.C. headquarters and to
Los Angeles for industry meetings

Strong writing under deadline, proofreading, and editing skills.
Interest in film and knowledge of film history. Solid grasp of basic
Catholic teachings. Strong comunications skills. Must be willing to
attend frequent evening and weekend screenings, and bring home DVDs for
review. B.A. in journalism, communications or film/media studies.
Related experience a plus.

One-year contract.
Clergy/religious candidates must request written approval from their
diocesan bishop or religious superior before an application can be
considered. Diocesan lay employees must also request approval from the
local bishop. Minorities are encouraged to apply. Competitive starting
salaries with excellent work environment and fringe benefit package
including free parking. Close proximity to Metro (Red Line –
Brookland/CU). Please submit a resume with a cover letter indicating the
position you are interested in and salary requirements to:

Office of Human Resources
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
3211 Fourth Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017-1194
or Fax: 202/541-3412.
Email: resumes@usccb.org
EOE M/F/D/V
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

51.)  Online Communications Associate, American Jewish World Service,
New York, NY http://jobs.nytimes.com/texis/jobsearch/details.html?id=45fef60a57c0be&pp=25&pbt=Nonprofit&view=2&page=9

52.)  Assistant Editor – Power and Energy Journal, Johannesburg, South
Africahttp://www.bizcommunity.com:80/Job/196/15/50437.html

***  From Christine Goss:

Hi Ned:
Thanks for your great emails. Can I post a job?
I have attached the description. Please let me know if you have any
questions.
Thanks,
Christine

53.)  Account Executive, Smith & Harroff, Inc. Alexandria, VA.

Small but well established public relations, advertising and marketing
agency located in Alexandria, VA is seeking an account executive with 3+
years experience.  Computer skills, experience in web site design and
maintenance, internet marketing and public relations are essential. 
Knowledge of Photoshop, Dreamweaver, MS Access is desirable.  Experience
and interest in new media communications and viral marketing is a plus. 
BA/BS in communications or related field of study is required. 
Candidates must be articulate and possess excellent verbal and writing
communications skills.  Proficiency using Word, Excel, Outlook and
PowerPoint is required. 

Initial salary: $40,000 to $50,000 depending on experience.

For immediate consideration, please email resume to Rick Morris
(rmorris@smithharroff.com).  No calls please.

For more information about Smith & Harroff, Inc., visit www.smithharroff.com

54.)  Events and Marketing Coordinator, RedR, Khartoum, Sudan
Closing Date – 23 Apr 2007http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-725J74

***  From Dean Kaupe:

. great pay, plus all the yummy cream puffs you can eat!

55.)  Public Relations/Communications Director, Wisconsin State Fair
Park, Milwaukee, WI

The Wisconsin State Fair Park is seeking an experienced, organized and
creative communications professional to direct the Wisconsin State Fair
Park's year-round public relations efforts, which include the 11-day
Wisconsin State Fair event.

Job Duties:

This full time position requires excellent organizational, communication
and media relations skills.  A four-year degree and a minimum of 6 years
professional work experience in a relevant field is required.  Relevant
fields include major print or broadcast media, large festivals and
events, large corporate environments or agriculture industry.

Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Qualified applicants will have a minimum of six years of successful
experience coordinating public relations and communications efforts for
a combination of print or broadcast media and large festival, event or
corporations. Bi-lingual abilities are extremely desirable. Experience
writing compelling media releases, speeches, and marketing text for use
in collateral materials and website is required. Ability to serve as a
spokesperson for the Wisconsin State Fair Park and coordinate interviews
is needed. At least a general understanding of the agriculture industry
in Wisconsin is expected. This position is high profile within the
Milwaukee area and a senior level manager, reporting directly to the
executive director.

How To Apply:

Apply with a resume and no more than a three page document detailing
your successful experience as it applies to the relevant fields
mentioned above, including your role & responsibilities and duration of
your experience.  Send materials by no later than Friday, April 20, 2007
to:  Wisconsin State Fair Park; Attention: Human Resources; 640 South
84th Street; West Allis, WI  53214; or e-mail to:  bonnie.regnery@wisconsin.gov; or fax to:  414-266-7007.

56.)  External Relations Adviser, Office of the Resident Coordinator,
ALD 4, UN Development Programme, Khartoum, Sudan
Closing Date – 24 Apr 2007http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-725JYF

***  From Marcia Drucker:

Ned,

I'm passing this on as a favor to my colleagues at Insight Technology
Solutions.

Thanks!
Marcia Drucker

57.)  Senior Technical Writer, Contract position with Fannie Mae,
Insight Technology Solutions, Herndon, VA

Insight Technology Solutions needs to hire a high quality senior
technical writer with 7+ years experience for a contract position they
have at Fannie Mae in Herndon, VA. They need someone with top-notch MS
Word, Visio and SharePoint expertise. Finance knowledge is not required.

The position is for a year, possibly longer.

Contact:
Brecht Buchheister
Insight Technology Solutions, Inc.
4201 Northview Dr., Suite 314
Bowie, MD  20716
(301) 860-1121 x105bbuchheister@insighttsi.com www.insighttsi.com

58.)  Communications Manager, Global Sales & Services (GSS), Sun
Microsystems, Sun City, AZhttp://wm.careercast.com/texis/jobsearch/details.html?id=460233576d6b0

59.)  Coordinating Producer of the Client Marketing Group, WCBS-TV, NY,
NYhttp://www.nyabj.org/job_opportunities.html

***  From Jemma Weymouth:

60.)  ADMINISTRATIVE AND DESIGN ASSISTANT ¬ Metropolitan Group,
Washington D.C.
 
Full service strategic communications firm is seeking a skilled
administrative assistant with knowledge of design software for its
downtown D.C. office.
 
The Administrative and Design Assistant will support office operations
and client work and assist the Vice President of Design with layout and
basic design needs.
 
Strong competence with using Macintosh OS X computers and Microsoft
Office required; knowledge of Quark, Photoshop, Illustrator and Adobe
Acrobat preferred.
 
Must have demonstrated organizational and administrative skills and
strong written and verbal communication skills.
 
Qualified candidates must have a BS or BA degree, or 3-4 years
professional experience.
 
EOE
 
For a full job description, please visit our website: www.metgroup.com
 
Send cover letter and resume to:
hr@metgroup.com with the subject: Admin
Assistant, D.C. by April 30, 2007

***  From Jennifer Doheny:

Hi:
 
I work for the Patrons Program, a non-profit in NYC. We have several
openings for recent college graduates to serve as the
Development/Marketing Director of an inner-city schools. Could you
please post this position with the JOTW network?
 
Thanks,
 
Jennifer
 
Patrons Program – Introduction
 
The Patrons Program, a New York City not-for-profit organization, is
recruiting recent college graduates to serve as Development/Marketing
Directors and right hand people to their principals.  Directors get
involved in all aspects of school life. 
 
The Patrons Program recruits individuals who make significant
contributions and donate their time to needy inner-city Catholic
elementary schools.  Patrons are paired with a school and are encouraged
to become active members of its school's Advisory Board.  Together the
Patrons Program staff, Patrons, Advisory Boards and the school's
administrators work to improve any or all aspects of the school – from
finances to academics to the physical facilities. Efficient tuition
management, museum programs and architecturally designed playgrounds are
just some of the results.  The Patrons Program is also able to leverage
the Patrons' involvement to attract further school support from
foundations and private sources. Last year, the Patrons Program raised
$8 million and directly impacted more than 12,000 students.
 
The Patrons Program is currently accepting resumes/cover letters for the
Director position. The position will begin in September 2007.

61.)  Development/Marketing Directors, Patrons Program, NY, NY
 
Directors at individual Patrons Program schools generally serve as
Development/Marketing Directors and right hand people to their
Principals. (Typically our schools have only a Principal and an
assistant at the helm.)  They provide great help to their Principals
because Directors lead important projects and initiatives that the
former are too busy to attempt.  Characteristically self-starters,
Directors tend to work independently of a Principal's direct guidance
and get involved in almost every part of the school.
 
Their responsibilities include:
.   Development
o   Writing grants
o   Planning and executing events
o   Creating and managing an annual appeal
o   Spearheading capital improvement projects such as a new playground or
library
o   Launching new programs
o   Creating thank you projects with the children for donors
o   Writing the school's bi-annual newsletter
.   Marketing
o   Implementing campaigns to increase enrollment
o   Creating flyers, brochures and other marketing materials
o   Organizing open houses for prospective parents
o   Reaching out to and building relationship with community-based
organizations, day care centers and local businesses
.   Patrons and School Advisory Board Management
o   Communicating with Patron and Advisory Board members
o   Leading Patron and Advisory Board-led projects
o   Organizing Advisory Board meetings
.   Other
o   Serving as right hand to the Principal
o   Organize programs at the school
o   Working directly with the children by teaching an after school class
o   Assisting the Principal with scholarship applications
 
In a typical week, a Director may lead a tour of the school for a new
Advisory Board member, create a grant for a 7th and 8th grade calculator
program in which he/she would lead the training efforts, speak with an
architect regarding the new library, and work with the principal on a
Middle States accreditation proposal.
 
While Directors work full-time in their respective schools, they spend
time in the Patrons Program office working with its staff on various
fundraising initiatives such as grants, newsletters, events, and card
drives. 
 
Directors attend a three-day training session held the week before Labor
Day.  This program provides an intensive introduction to working in
inner city schools, school financial management, fundraising, managing
an Advisory Board, and marketing.  It also gives them the chance to
build relationships with the Patrons Program staff and the people who
will be serving similar roles at other schools.
 
The Patrons Program also arranges get-togethers every two months so that
Directors can share ideas and thoughts about their schools.  Directors
are well supported by the Patrons Program team that works to ensure that
the schools and Directors achieve their desired goals.
Desired Skill Set
.        Passion for education and children
.        Prior work experience in:
.        The not-for-profit sector 
.        Managing independent projects from beginning to end
.        Strong written and oral communication skills
.        Ability to work with a wide variety of people
.        Ability to juggle many projects at once
.        Quick study
.        Proactive
.        Ability to take direction and execute against it
.        Creativity and resourcefulness
 
The Patrons Program asks Directors to consider making two-year
commitments.  We have found that they achieve greater results in their
second year because they have established strong relationships and can
complete various initiatives that take more than one year.
 
Education/Experience Required: Bachelor's Degree and 0-3 years
experience
Compensation:  $32,000 plus benefits
 
The position begins in September 2007.
 
To apply for this position, submit a cover letter and resume to:
 
Jennifer Doheny
Program Associate
The Patrons Program
1011 First Avenue, Suite 1400
New York, NY 10022
212-371-1011 x3348jennifer.doheny@archny.org

62.)  Administrative Assistant, Islamic Media Foundation, Sterling, VA

Seeking applicants for position of Administrative Assistant with the
Islamic Media Foundation (IMF), a national not-for-profit organization
based in Sterling, Virginia.  Applicants must have excellent
communication, writing, and organizational skills.  English proficiency
is a must, and Arabic is a plus.  Computer literacy (MS Office, Excel,
PowerPoint, Access, etc) is a must.  Responsibilities include managing
phone, maintaining filing system, following up with donors and
maintaining donor database, writing official letters and documents, as
well as other miscellaneous tasks.  Must be willing to work in an
Islamic environment.  Position is part-time with possibility of
full-time work.  Salary is commensurate with experience. Interested
applicants send resume to info@ibn.net or fax to (703)241-9658.
 http://www.amse.net/career_Jobs_Avail.html

63.)  Public Relations and Marketing coordinator, Islamic Broadcasting
Network, Sterling, Virginia

IBN is looking for a reliable, aggressive full time Public Relations and
Marketing coordinator for its Sterling, Virginia offices. The primary
duty will be securing IBN Radio as the primary radio outlet for American
Muslims, and Muslims worldwide, through an effective Public Relations
plan, to make IBN Radio known throughout the American Muslim and
worldwide Muslim community. Other duties include seeking program
sponsors, fundraising, selling advertisement spots on the broadcast,
networking with American Muslims, organizations, and businesses.
Candidates must be US College graduates of relevant fields. Excellent
English written and verbal communications skills are necessary. Computer
literacy is a must. To apply, fax your resume to 703-444-6850 or email
it to hana@ibn.net http://www.ibn.net./job1.asp

64.)  Strategic Marketing Specialist, United Methodist Communications,
Nashville, TNhttp://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?Job_DID=J8H0T45WL22ZXNDMVYZ&siteid=cb_emailjob_US&cbRecursionCnt=1&cbsid=9fd7d7aec28642d2983cfd5ead32fa9b-229898907-TS-4

65.)  Financial Markets Radio Writer, Black Enterprise Magazine, NY, NY

Black Enterprise, the prestigious financial empowerment magazine is
seeking an excellent writer/researcher to join our Editorial Department.
You will write cutting-edge sixty-second radio reports
covering/uncovering the significance of economic events and trends
impacting the African American community. Proven in-depth knowledge and
understanding of the economy and related financial market trends is
required. The successful candidate will show a definitive ability to
write informative, attention-garnering radio reports that cut through
the complexities of the economy and related business issues.
BA/BS with a minimum 3 years radio business/finance writing and/or
reporting experience required. Excellent oral, written and research
skills. Proven financial community contacts plus PC proficiency
including Microsoft Word and Internet research necessary.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Send or e-mail
resume including writing samples to:
Leon T. Goodman
Director, Human Resources
Black Enterprise Magazine
130 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10011http://www.nyabj.org/job_opportunities_jan03.html

66.)  Editor-in-Chief – Medical Communications, Quantia Communications,
Cambridge, Massachusetts http://www.medicalworkers.com/JobResultsView.aspx?jobid=13192

67.)  Corporate Communications Manager, White Young Green, Leeds/London,
UKhttp://www.cib.uk.com/artman/publish/article_904.shtml

***  From Mike Rogers:

Great site!

Please post in your next edition.Thanks!

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68.)  Communications Director, Edison Worldwide, Edison Worldwide,
Baltimore, MD

Job Description:
As the corporate face of Edison Worldwide and its subsidiaries and
affiliated companies, the Communications Director will be responsible
for managing the public reputations of each brand.  Typical day-to-day
duties include the development of media kits, writing press releases,
handling all press inquiries and media relations as well as directing
the charitable giving program for the BlueHippo Foundation.

Duties:
.   Respond to incoming media inquires with requested information. 
o   For pending news stories, the Communications Director will coordinate
with outside vendor or answer questions directly. 
o   Research for the story and preparing any documentation will also need
to be completed.
.   Research, brainstorm, write and submit press releases for various
Edison brands.
.   Maintain fact sheets, alerts, media kits and talking points that are
relevant to each company or brand.  All materials should be uniform in
design and speak with the same voice that has been approved by executive
management.
.   Develop and execute proactive media stories designed for national
media and industry trade mediums.
.   Work with the Online Marketing Manager or outside vendors to address
the reputation of the brands online as well as to proactively protect
the reputation of future brands.
.   Monitor various news outlets watching for information related to
Edison companies
o   Create and maintain a press clippings book to track every story, blog
and press release published about Edison's companies.
.   Provide summary post mortems for any negative stories that run and
work with Operations to assess the impact the stories had on the
company.
.   Oversee any event planning and management for the BlueHippo
Foundation. 
o   Events should occur no less than once per month.
o   Be the Foundation champion and think of ways to get the Foundation
more involved and visible
.   Begin to develop and establish and then maintain relationships with
editors and journalists to communicate ideas and brand information

Contact MRogers@EdisonWorldwide.com

69.)  Corporate Communications Copywriter, ECMC, Saint Paul, Minnesota
Contract to possible full time employment positionhttp://www.sologig.com/freelancers/fl_projectdetails.aspx?id=629973

70.)  3D Medical Animator, Blausen Medical Communications, Houston, TXhttp://raph.com/3dartists/jobcenter/jc-vjo.php?id=595

71.)  Corporate Communications and Public Relations Manager, Veer,
Calgary, Alberta, Canada  http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=1258614

***  From Laritza M. Garcia:

Please post this job under “Communication Jobs.”

Thanks,

Laritza M. Garcia

72.)  Communications Specialist, The Media Network, Silver Spring, MD
 
The Media Network, a social marketing and communications consulting
firm, is looking for an experienced hands-on health communication
materials developer.  3-5 years experience developing creative print,
radio and/or television ads/PSAs and collateral materials from strategy
through implementation.  Past government health projects and bilingual
(English/Spanish) materials preferred.  Experience with new media
technologies and products, i.e., podcasts, blogcasts, e-marketing,
e-learning, etc., a plus. 
 
Please email a copy of your resume, a cover letter describing your
product development experience, and sample materials to tmnjobs@themedianetwork.com.  Please use the Email subject
“Communications Specialist.” 

73.)  Outreach and Adaptations Manager, The Media Network, Silver
Spring, MD

The Media Network, a social marketing and communications firm, is
looking for an Outreach and Adaptations Manager who will provide
management/leadership and technical direction for specific outreach
projects and cultural adaptation of materials.  Bilingual
(English/Spanish). 5+ years of experience developing and implementing
ethnically diverse partnerships at grassroots, regional and national
levels.  Hands-on skills in creating intermediary-targeted materials for
government health agencies and disseminating them through networks of
community-based organizations.

Other key responsibilities will include:
Managing team of translators of various languages, implementing quality
control procedures, and working with Marketing & Communications staff to
layout and design materials to client's specifications.

Recruiting, hiring and managing short/long term staff, including
consultants.
Developing project plans specifying strategy, staffing, scheduling,
contingency, and, in consultation with management, allocation of
available resources.
Participating in proposal development and other marketing efforts.

Please email copy of your resume, a cover letter describing your
pertinent experience, and sample materials to tmnjobs@themedianetwork.com
Please use the Email subject “Outreach and Adaptations Manager.”

74.)  Manager, Medical Communications, McNeil Pediatrics, Fort
Washington, PAhttp://www.latpro.com/jobs/1348131.html

75.)  Sr. Staff Consultant – External Communications, Verizon, Basking
Ridge, NJ or Ashburn, VAhttp://wm.careercast.com/texis/jobsearch/details.html?id=461f47056d6230

76.)  Director, Communications and Media Relations, Travelers Companies,
Hartford, CThttp://wm.careercast.com/texis/jobsearch/details.html?id=461ee6c86d61820

77.)  Manager, Scientific Communications, Merck & Co., Upper Gwynedd, PAhttp://jobs.iabc.com/link.cfm?c=aVTzhaAhUrqq

78.)  Director of Corporate Communications, Carroll Enterprises,
Worcester, Massachusetts  http://worcesterworks.boston.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?jobId=1783472

79.)  Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, Sara Lee Corporation,
Chicago, Illinoishttp://www.latpro.com/jobs/1314099.html

***  From Stephanie Danti:

80.)  Public Relations Professionals, O'Keeffe & Company, Alexandria, VA
and Bethesda, MD

An award-winning, full-service marketing agency, O'Keeffe & Company
provides public relations, creative design, online marketing, as well as
market research for our high-technology clients.  We seek ambitious
public relations professionals with 10+ years of marketing/PR experience
and a proven track record delivering results on business-to-business
and/or business-to-government marketing and public relations programs. 
Technology industry experience is required.

Responsibilities include:
&#61656;    Developing media and analyst relations
&#61656;    Creating, managing, and executing integrated marketing programs
&#61656;    Providing counsel, strategy, and direction for multiple clients

&#61656;    Managing and developing account teams
&#61656;    Developing original research, surveys, and market studies for
existing and new business proposals
&#61656;    Developing new business opportunities
&#61656;    Managing profitability and financial aspects of client
relationship
&#61656;    Counseling and building relationships with peers in industry
and with other lines of business
Applicants must possess:
&#61656;    Minimum 10 years experience, technology industry required,
agency experience preferred
&#61656;    Ability to plan strategically and globally
&#61656;    Strong oral, editing, and written skills
&#61656;    Ability to think creatively and execute tactically
&#61656;    Ability to identify and develop potential new business
opportunities
&#61656;    Ability to motivate, develop, and lead others
&#61656;    Excellent interpersonal skills
&#61656;    Comprehensive understanding of the clients' industry including
marketplace trends

Work with blue-chip clients in an intense, fast-paced, rapid-growth
environment.  We offer a supportive, collaborative, and non-political
culture, as well as a strong commitment to professional development and
career growth.  For flexibility, we have two DC-area locations –
Alexandria, VA and Bethesda, MD. Choose your commute.  Learn more about
us at www.okco.com.  To apply, send resumes to hiring@okco.com with your
name and AD in the subject.  No calls please.

81.)  Communications Director, Glenmary Home Missioners, Cincinnati, OH http://www.christianjobs.com/jobseekers_search_view.asp?backto=search&jobid=1310805

***  From Bill Seiberlich:

82.)  PR A/E Media Specialist, DEETER, Doylestown, PA,

A suburban Philadelphia creative boutique seeks writer/editor/media
contact person to work with regional, national, and multinational
clients as part of a seasoned, career-minded team.

Contact: Please e-mail your resume to Allison Krupski atallison@deeterusa.com

83.)  PR Supervisor, Stanton Crenshaw, New York, NY

Looking to relocate for a terrific career-building opportunity? Stanton
Crenshaw, a fast- track mid-sized PR firm in NYC, seeks a hugely
talented consumer PR supervisor or senior supervisor to help run one of
our largest accounts. Requirements: superb writing and media skills;
critical thinking and program development; successful team leadership
experience. CE and B2B experience a plus. Competitive compensation and
benefits. Check out our web site and see why you may want to become part
of the SC team!

Contact: Resumes to jfuray@stantoncrenshaw.com .

84.)  Special Events/Public Relations Coordinator: Camden, NJ

The Camden City Garden Club is seeking a Special Events/Public
Relations Coordinator for the Camden Childrens Garden located on the
Camden, NJ Waterfront. This position will involve one weekend day, and
some evenings and Holidays.

Applicants must possess a degree in Public Relations, Communications,
Journalism or Marketing and have 1-2 years experience with event
planning and execution. Applicants must have proficiency in numerous
computer technologies and be willing to handle a challenging workload.

Visit us @ camdenchildrensgarden.org

Contact: Interested candidates should submit a resume, writing sample
and several graphic examples of their work to: Valerie Frick @ Camden
City Garden Club 3 Riverside Drive, Camden, NJ 08103 orvfrick@camdenchildrensgarden.org

85.)  Assistant/Associate Professor, Department of Public
Relations/Advertising, College of Communication, Rowan University,
Glassboro, NJ

Rowan University is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor, full-time
tenure track position, in the Department of Public Relations/Advertising
in the College of Communication.

The position requires teaching primarily undergraduate advertising
courses, which could include Introduction to Advertising, Print and
Electronic Media Copywriting, Media Planning, and the senior capstone
courses of Advertising Strategies and Advertising Campaigns. The
position could also include graduate advertising or IMC courses.

Requirements: MA in communication or related discipline with
significant coursework relevant to advertising and teaching experience
required. In addition, the successful candidate would possess one or a
combination of two sets of qualifications: (1) academic credentials:
Ph.D. in communication or related discipline with significant coursework
relevant to the advertising field and/or (2) professional credentials:
demonstrable, significant, and successful experience as a practitioner.
Candidates who can claim both sets of credentials would be particularly
attractive.

Starting Date: September 2007
Salary: Competitive

Review of applications will begin in May and continue until position is
filled.

Contact: Qualified candidates should submit an application letter,
curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation and other relevant
material to: Dr. Suzanne FitzGerald, Chair, Public Relations/Advertising
Department, Rowan University, 201 Mullica Hill Rd., Glassboro, NJ
08028.

86.)  Commercial Strategic Communications Consultant, Booz Allen
Hamilton, McLean, VAhttp://wm.careercast.com/texis/jobsearch/details.html?id=45d51b7c131b085

87.)  Program & Communications Director, National Jobs with Justice
(JwJ), Washington, DC

Jobs with Justice is a national network of local coalitions of labor,
community, faith-based, and student organizations that work together and
mobilize on campaigns to win justice in workplaces and in communities
where working families live. The national office provides strategic
support to 40+ locally autonomous coalitions around the country,
networks coalitions on common issues, and develops national programs
that increase the impact of local organizing. National programs include
workers' right to organize and bargain collectively, health care for
all, global justice, and immigrant rights. The national staff is
dedicated to helping local coalitions thrive and to lifting up the
leadership of workers, community members, students, and others who are
most affected by economic injustices. We are seeking a new Program and
Communications Director. Women and people of color are encouraged to
apply. Applicants must have a demonstrated commitment to building a
social justice movement in a labor, community or student setting and
extensive management experience in a non-profit or labor union.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Program and Communications
Director is a management-level position with primary responsibility for
program development and communications. The Program and Communications
Director will also be involved with and may lead aspects of national
campaigns, program development, fundraising and general administrative
work as necessary. As a member of the Management Team, the Program and
Communications Director works with the Executive Director and the Field
Director in making decisions and ensuring the smooth functioning of the
National Office and implementation of national activities.

Responsibilities include:
Program and Campaign Development: Lead overall program of the
organization. Work with the Executive Director and Field Director to
develop program plans and campaigns. Lead specific areas of program
and/or campaigns including, program development, implementation,
coordination of national and local input, coordination of days of
actions, reporting and documentation. Maintain relationships with
national unions and other allies. Provide overall program guidance and
support to the National Workers' Rights Board Project and provide
program support to other new initiatives as they develop.

Communications: Develop and lead implementation of a communications plan
and earned media strategy. Work with Communications and Technology
Coordinator on Newsletter, Monthly update and other pieces of
organizational literature. Help shape the message of Jobs with Justice
in print and electronic media. Develop, train and lead others in
campaign message and strategy development, including staff members and
local coalitions. Implement earned and paid media efforts, including
organizing and coordinating news events and electronic media campaigns.
Work closely with national staff to implement communications plans for
local and national campaigns.

Media Relations: Execute media strategies, including writing press
releases, letters to the editor and op-eds, pitching stories,
maintaining media database and cultivating national and local media
contacts. Book print, television and radio interviews for Jobs with
Justice staff and leaders. Actively seek press coverage related to Jobs
with Justice, our issues and our local coalitions. Serve as a
spokesperson for Jobs with Justice.

Staff Management and Development: Responsible for hiring and direct
supervision, evaluation and development of Communications and Technology
Coordinator, International Organizer and other staff as assigned. Assist
with recruitment of staff, implementation of personnel systems and staff
bargaining contract; provide feedback and direction on work plans and
work management. Participate on Labor Management committee. Communicate
information to staff in a timely manner, maintain positive and effective
relations with all staff, and respond to staff concerns and needs.

Organizational Development and Leadership: Work with ED, Field Director
and Development Assistant to develop and carry out annual fundraising
plan and oversee program grants to local coalitions; represent the
organization at conferences and public events; develop and maintain
relationships with key stakeholders; assist in overall planning of
national conference; and create and maintain a positive organizational
culture.

Required Qualifications:
. 4 years of organizing experience
. Staff supervision experience
. Demonstrated success in program and campaign development and
implementation.
. Communications experience – specifically media relations experience.
. Ability to motivate and help lead a social justice movement
organization
. Ability to build and maintain relationships with people from diverse
backgrounds, including historically underrepresented communities
. Ability to handle and resolve conflict and have excellent
interpersonal and group facilitation skills.
. Excellent verbal and written communication skills
. Ability to work in a collective environment.
. Self-motivated.
. Comfort with public speaking.
. Training experience a plus.
. Good personal time management skills
. Understanding of and commitment to a working class perspective
. Labor movement experience is a plus
. Willingness to travel
. The position requires the person be located in or willing to relocate
to Washington, DC.

Salary : mid-50's

Benefits : Generous benefits package that includes paid vacation,
medical, dental, and retirement benefits.

To Apply : Send cover letter, resume and two professional references to sarita@jwj.org . Please contact Sarita Gupta at sarita@jwj.org or at
202-393-1044 with any questions.

Applications will be accepted until Tuesday, April 17, 2007.

Jobs with Justice is an affirmative action employer and strongly
encourages people of color, women, l/g/b/t individuals, and those with
working class backgrounds to apply.
Scarlet Jimenez
Jobs with Justice
1325 Massachusetts Ave NW Ste 200
Washington, DC 20005
tel: 202-393-1044 x229; fax: 202-393-7408 scarlet@jwj.org  http://www.jwj.org/about/jobs.html#ed

88.)  Communications Specialist, Siemens, NY, NYhttp://wm.careercast.com/texis/jobsearch/details.html?id=45f8f21f13159c8

***  From Carl Dombek:

89.)  Manager, Media Relations, Indianapolis Motor Speedway,
Indianapolis, Indianahttp://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?Job_DID=JQ2SL70RWVCG14STY7&siteid=cb_emailjob_US

***  From Ken Jensen:

90.)  Media Relations Manager, Arizona Office of Tourism, Phoenix, AZ

The purpose of this position is to assist travel media working on
Arizona stories and manage the division's domestic media relations
initiatives. The responsibilities include coordinating and leading media
tours, organizing and attending domestic media missions, writing press
releases and newsletters, and general day-to-day correspondence with
international and domestic media.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be
construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required
and assigned.

Media Relations Responsibilities
Develops, coordinates, promotes and leads group media tours. Selects and
recruits key members of the media for participation in tours and tracks
and reports the results
Coordinates itineraries, logistics and permits for travel film crews
filming in Arizona .
Executes domestic media missions and events
Manages domestic public relations agency-contracted projects
Oversees media relations efforts for integrated agency projects
Plans, develops, writes, edits and uploads content for agency pressroom.
Writes, edits and produces media and trade newsletters.
Manages and maintains functionality of agency pressroom and updates
information in a timely manner.
Plans, develops, writes and disseminates feature releases
Assists media writers/editors in developing story ideas. Provides
contacts, fact checking and itinerary planning assistance to journalists
Updates all media outlets with Arizona tourism information, including
SATW, TIA and other media/public relations tourism newsletters
Respond to industry/constituents' requests for PR guidance
Attends media events related to tourism
Sends media leads to Arizona tourism partners
Additional Responsibilities
Assists in overseeing the daily activities of the division coordinator
Coordinates itineraries for individual journalists, when necessary
Qualifications
A Bachelors degree in journalism, communications or a related field and
2-4 years experience in public relations with tourism experience
preferable. Computer literacy to include word processing, spread sheet
and database manipulation, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and web site
content management, or any combination of education and experience that
provides equivalent knowledge, skills and abilities.

Please send resumes to Loretta Belonio at lbelonio@azot.gov
or by fax to 602-364-3701.

91.)  Communications Representative II, PetSmart, Phoenix, AZ

The corporate headquarters of PetSmart, located in north Phoenix , is
seeking a Communications Representative II to provide communications
consultation to our internal business groups, develop appropriate
communications materials, and manage high-impact communications projects
in support of company goals and strategies. In this role, the
Communications Rep II will participate in cross-functional teams that
serve to solve business critical problems and determine future business
direction; provide communications consultation to help other
department's create effective communications and effectively use
communication channels; provide technical and writing support for the
Director of Internal Communications and other members of the Internal
Communications team; and assist in the writing and editing of website
updates.

A Bachelors degree in Communications, Journalism, Public Relations or a
closely related field is required, as well as 2-5 years experience in
corporate communications and/or employee communications. The position
requires demonstrated strong written, editing and verbal communication
skills. Creativity, attention to detail and the ability to handle
multiple tasks in a fast paced environment are a must. A demonstrated
understanding and application of Associated Press style is strongly
desired, as well as solid knowledge and understanding of web and portal
technologies. Strong computer skills and proficiency with MS Word,
Outlook and Internet Explorer are required. Strong research and project
management skills are important, and the ability to work as part of a
team is a must.

To apply, visit our website at petsmart.com, Careers, Store Support
Group (SSG), Corporate Communications, or click on this link to submit
an application.

Resumes can also be sent via email to geschenberg@ssg.petsmart.com

92.)  PR Publicist, Orca Communications, Phoenix, AZ

Orca Communications is currently seeking experienced, highly motivated
Publicists to join our virtual public relations company. This exciting
and challenging position will be responsible for planning, managing and
delivering publicity for our clients. Applicants must have excellent
written and verbal skills, knowledge of media relations/pitching and a
working home office. We seek employees with exceptional work ethics and
high standards of excellence who aspire to grow with our company. If you
share our vision, we invite you to email us your resume Bshell@OrcaCommunications.com
Compensation will be DOE.

93.)  PR Publicist/New Business Development Associate, Orca
Communications, Phoenix, AZ

Unique PR Position – successful, fast growing PR firm seeks PR
Publicist/Sales professional. Applicants must have exceptional verbal
and written communications skills, knowledge of media relations/pitching
and be comfortable with aggressive sales & marketing tactics. Sales
experience selling media related services such as airtime, ad or catalog
space a plus. Candidate must also have a working home office. Base
salary plus aggressive bonus program and benefits.

Please email your resume to Bshell@OrcaCommunications.com
 or fax to 520-568-0444.

94.)  Director of Strategic Media and Public Relations Lab, Arizona
State University – The Walter Cronkite School, Tempe, AZ

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at
Arizona State University seeks to hire a director of its new strategic
media and public relations lab. Duties include teaching and supervising
approximately 15 upper-level undergraduate and master's public relations
students daily in the school-operated public relations agency;
developing relationships with regional and national clients; directing
and supervising all aspects of the lab; working closely with the
Cronkite School's public relations faculty; performing other faculty
responsibilities for the school, such as committee assignments. The
director holds the faculty rank of professor of practice.

Accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and
Mass Communication, the Cronkite School offers instruction in strategic
media and public relations and print, broadcast and online journalism.

In August 2008 the school will move into a state-of-the-art facility in
Downtown Phoenix. The six-story, 223,000-square-foot complex will be
located on the northern end of ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus and will be
fully equipped with cutting-edge amenities and will include newsrooms,
computer labs, TV studios, classrooms, offices and an auditorium.

The required qualifications for this position are: at least seven years
of experience as a senior-level public relations practitioner; a
bachelor's degree.

The desired qualifications are: Experience working with undergraduate
and/or graduate students; fluency in English and Spanish.

Application procedure: Materials must include a cover letter indicating
the position for which you are applying, resume and names, addresses and
phone numbers of three professional references.

For best consideration please submit materials by October 1, 2007 to:

Strategic Media & Public Relations Lab
Search Committee
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication
Box 871305
Tempe, AZ 85287-1305

ASU conducts pre-employment screening for all positions, which includes
a criminal background check, verification of work history, academic
credentials, licenses, and certifications.

Arizona State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer.

95.)  PR Account Supervisor, Martz Agency, Scottsdale, AZ

The Martz Agency, a leading Advertising Agency seeks an Account
Supervisor for our PR division. Responsibilities will include
supervision of account teams and strategic leadership on agency's key
accounts. Requires complete understanding and experience in writing
Public Relations plans. Ability to lead client meetings and develop new
business presentations. Analyze all phases of a Public Relations program
for the client and make recommendations on tactics, strategies and
necessary improvements. Excellent client communication and understanding
of their goals and desired image. Familiarity with clients' products and
services and provide input to team on the best methods to publicize and
promote features and benefits. Attend client meetings as needed. Have a
good understanding of clients' competition and their niche in the
market. Work with and understand tactics of both the creative and
advertising departments. Expand on ideas and suggest various methods of
implementation such as media relations, community outreach, on-line
strategies, issue management and crisis communications. A complete
understanding of how to develop client budgets, billing and Agency
profitability. Ability to write and create situation analysis for
clients and prospects.
Required Skill Set/Qualifications:
-Degree in journalism or marketing communications
-7 years of experience in Public Relations or marketing communications
-Creative ability and imagination
-Excellent communication and sales skills
-Ability to move from concepts to concrete expression of ideas
-Understanding of AP style writing
-Comfortable with special event planning and national/local media
relations
-Ability to work under pressure and manage multiple projects
-Ability to advance jobs without consistent supervision
-Ability to represent programs professionally and comfortably

-Ability to “sell” Client on projects and new business opportunities
-Proactive at staying ahead of the details
-Demonstrate positive leadership and attitude qualities
-Experience in real estate and tourism public relations preferred
For immediate consideration please submit your cover letter, and resume
to careers@martzagency.com

96.)  Marketing Coordinator, Small Giants, Phoenix, AZ

Small Giants, LLC is a full-service marketing and business development
firm, serving real estate-related companies. Through a strong network of
business development and marketing professionals, Small Giants offers
the highest quality service in candidate recruitment and placement. As a
company, we specialize in marketing, business development, business
strategies, marketing and in-house training. Our offices are located in
Phoenix, Ariz.

Small Giants is representing a general contractor seeking a Marketing
Coordinator to join their team. The ideal candidate will be extremely
organized with the ability to manage multiple internal and external
projects. Attention to detail and a desire to prioritize and organize
multiple projects is a must. Candidate will have excellent writing,
editing, and proofreading skills with the ability to perform in a
deadline-driven environment. This position reports to the Manager of
Marketing.

This company is a mid-sized commercial contractor in Arizona. The
company offers excellent benefits and a competitive salary. This is an
excellent opportunity for a highly organized graphic designer or a
self-starting administrative individual to broaden their marketing
knowledge and experience. Construction industry experience is preferred,
but not required.

Summary of responsibilities:
Design and produce proposals and applicable forms to promote company
image
Assist in graphic design of all related marketing collateral
Manage and produce marketing reports
Maintain company portfolio and resume information
Create visually engaging and consistent marketing materials under
creative art direction to support all aspects of our business with a
focus on proposals, brochures and presentations
Partner with Pre-construction and Operations Teams to develop strategic
marketing concepts

Skills:
The successful candidate will be self-motivated with a desire to learn;
enjoy a team environment yet be able to work independently as a
self-starter; as well as have proven writing, editing and proofreading
skills; be able to work under tight deadlines; and demonstrate excellent
organizational and multi-tasking skills.

Experience in Photoshop, In Design, Quark and MS Office software
including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.

Degree & Experience:
Bachelor's degree preferred. Three plus years of marketing experience in
the A/E/C (or related) industry. Successful candidate will respond to
deadlines, multi-task and possess strong oral and written skills.

To CONFIDENTIALLY inquire about this position (Reference Job #4640) or
send your resume, please contact:

Lisa Barrymarketingjobs@smallgiantsonline.com
Small Giants, LLC
602-314-5549

***  From Mike Klein:

Dear all,
 
Again, no Capital Hill experience is required.
 
Mike Kleinhttp://CommsOffensive325.blogharbor.com
 
97.)  Speech writer, Democratic member of Congress, Washington, DC

Active progressive member seeks professional writer for speeches,
opinion pieces and newsletters.  Excellent communication skills and an
ability to meet deadlines are a must.  Hill experience is not required. 
This is a part-time position, requiring approximately 15 hours per week.
 Salary commensurate with skill and experience.   Please send resume,
cover letter and writing samples (non-academic, please) to:  
<mailto:CA06.job@mail.house.gov> CA06.job@mail.house.gov

Nora Baumeister Matus
Chief of Staff
Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey
2263 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC  20515
202.225.5161

98.)  Assistant Publications Coordinator – Athletics, Brigham Young
University, Provo, UT https://yjobs.byu.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1176628831802

99.)  Photographer/Editor, CBN News, Virginia Beach, VA

CBN News is looking for a photojournalist to join our team of
professionals at The Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN). Our
photojournalists must have the ability to shoot network-quality video
and edit the material for news segments for our daily live TV show, The
700 Club, NewsWatch, and Christian World News. The Christian
Broadcasting Network, a leader in Christian television, airs
cutting-edge programming that combines breaking news and current issues
with global and biblical insights. If you have a good eye, want to tell
your story through video and have a desire to impact your world, you
don't want to miss this opportunity!
We are looking for exceptional photographer/editors who enjoy using
their expertise and creativity daily. The ideal candidate will have:
experience in state-of-the-art video camera, lighting and audio
production techniques and equipment operation; extensive knowledge of
“taped” and “live” television news remote production; be proficient in
Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere editing systems and stay on top of
technological advances. Must be willing to travel and have a good
driving record.
Please send resume tape with application

100.)  SENIOR ANNOUNCER – KMBI, MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE, SPOKANE, WA

Under the administrative supervision of the KMBI Station Manager and
working directly with the Program Director, the Senior Announcer ensures
that assigned duties and specified on-air shirts at KMBI are of a
consistently high quality, in harmony with the mission of Moody
Broadcasting, and in accordance with Moody Broadcasting policies and the
rules and regulations of the Federal Communications Commission. 
Job Responsibilities: 1. Lead the daily morning or afternoon drive
broadcast efforts through operation, content, and serving as host.
2. Put together a well-planned, professional daily program.
3. Work with the station manager in the development of the program.
4. Regularly critique performance.
5. Research the audience. Know whom you are talking to and work to build
on that audience.
6. Develop drive programming that will build the audience.
7. Dream and innovate by recreating and articulating the fulfillment of
the mission.
8. Image and promote the station to the community by attending station
functions and appearance requests.
9. Regularly meet with Station Manager for the fulfillment of goals.
10. Regularly create new avenues for 'on-air' giveaways of cd's, books,
etc.
11. Record daily KBMI community calendars.
12. Assist in the on-air training for new staff.
13. Write and produce liners and image spots/IDs as assigned.
14.  Recruit and record “Verse of the Week” candidates.
15. Perform other assigned responsibilities as needed.

Qualification Requirements: 5+ years of broadcasting experience is
required. Please include a sample of your work with the application.

The work hours will be either 5 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. or 10:15 a.m. – 6 p.m.
 This will allow ample time for drive preparation and for programming,
positioning, PR, etc.
MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE
Human Resources
820 N. LaSalle Boulevard
Chicago, IL 60610
Phone : (312) 329-4237
Fax : (312) 329-2155
Or send email to Human Resourceshttp://hr.moody.edu/GenMoody/default.asp?SectionID=440ACB9433874432B4210304BC327E33&pg=82CEA2041C8C49C3A4105C03AB74E0B9

From Bill Seiberlich:

101.)  eCommunications Intern, Airgas, Radnor, PA

Airgas, Inc. (NYSE: ARG) is the largest U.S. distributor of industrial,
medical and specialty gases, welding, safety and related products. Its
integrated network of 900 locations includes branches, retail stores,
gas fill plants, specialty gas labs, production facilities and
distribution centers. Airgas also distributes its products and services
through eBusiness, catalog and telemarketing channels.

This intern position will be for the period of April/May 2007 through
August 2007. Full-time is preferred, but we can also accommodate a
part-time schedule. This position will assist Airgas Corporate
Communications department in working with the companys Information
Technology department and various content experts throughout the
organization, in preparing communications for the companys intranet and
Internet sites. Airgas, the nations largest distributor of industrial,
specialty and medical gases, introduced a relational database driven
intranet with a content management system in 2002. Yet, content experts
in various departments often need professional communications assistance
in adapting information for the eCommunications media.

Working with Corporate Communications, this intern would assist in
preparing editorial content of the intranet to help support the companys
internal communications strategies. The intern would also help adapt
material for use on the companys Internet site to support marketing
communications strategies.

The intern should have background in both corporate communications and
IT experience, since the position would also work closely with the
full-time IT team assigned to manage the Intranet and Internet
architecture and systems.

Major duties and responsibilities:
– Working with content creators from various departments, the intern
would help adapt existing material into content for the intranet and
Internet sites.
– Coordinate with content creators regarding updates for the sites.
– Would work with the IT team to help train and execute changes to the
intranet and Internet architecture and look-and-feel of the site.
– Assists Communications in promoting and communicating information
about the intranet and internal audiences to help drive use of the web
as an information source.

Qualifications:
– At least 1-2 years' college level experience in Communications
courses, including business writing, public relations or advertising
– Strong writing skills, since writing is the foundation of all
communications media.
– Working knowledge of HTML, Adobe Writer, Adobe Photoshop and other
graphic programs (Windows-based), and familiarity with Internet and
website design.
– Superior interpersonal communication skills required, ability to
learn subjects and help content managers tell their story on the web.
– Ability to work independently and successful manage many tasks
concurrently.
– Ability to maintain poise and presence under pressure.

Contact: Please forward a resume and cover letter to Heidi Downey atheidi.downey@airgas.com

*** From Robin Mayhall, APR:

Ned, I hope this finds you well!

Best,
Robin

102.)  Deputy Communications and Media Relations Director, The Road
Home. Baton Rouge, La.

Be a part of history in the making.  The Road Home, a housing recovery
program for Louisiana citizens displaced by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita,
seeks a Deputy communications and Media Relations Director to report to
the Communications Director and be based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

The Deputy Director will manage the daily operations of the
Communications and Media Relations Team and will assign, supervise, and
review their activities. The Deputy Director will develop internal
communications that keep employees informed of the organization's
activities, be responsible for internal and external message
development, and coordinate internal and external meetings and
operations.  Responsibilities will include developing a comprehensive
analysis of all media related information and creating issue tracking
list of items that need a response. The Deputy Director will serve as
the alternate spokesperson for ICF in Louisiana and for the Road Home
Program.

Bachelor's Degree required, Masters' Degree preferred with at least 10
years experience in campaign development and management, media
relations, and strategic communications planning.  The position requires
experience in many areas of marketing communications, advertising, media
planning and buying, and public relations, including creative
development and production.   The Communications Deputy Director must
possess strong written and verbal communications skills, problem
solving, and client management skills. The candidate should be
experienced and comfortable working in large teams and in a faced paced
environment.  ICF International offers an excellent benefits package and
competitive salary.  To apply, please submit your cover letter, resume
and salary requirements to resumesjs@icfi.com

ICF International is an equal opportunity and affirmative action
employer.

***  From Shonali Burke, ABC:

Ned – here's one for JOTW. Folks should not contact me, but send their
inquiries to the email address listed in the posting.

And – thank you for posting the ASPCA Day info last week – it went off
beautifully!

Shonali

Shonali Burke, ABC
Senior Director, Media & Communications
ASPCA

103.)  Technical Writer, U.S. Civilian Research & Development
Foundation, Arlington, VA

The U.S. Civilian Research & Development Foundation is seeking a
technical writer for a short term project. The project consists of
writing two CRDF User Information System Manuals. We are anticipating a
completion date of September, 2007 with each manual being between 20-60
pages in length.

 CRDF is seeking a writer experienced in creating user manuals that are
clear and concise and who preferably has experience using various IS
systems.  The candidate must available to work on site.

For consideration, candidates should submit their resume, references,
writing samples and salary requirements to:
U.S. Civilian Research & Development Foundation
1530 Wilson Blvd. 3rd. Floor
Arlington, VA 22209
Fax: 703-526-9721
Email: hr@crdf.org
www.crdf.org

***  From John Cass:

Hi Ned,

Hope you are doing well. I now have a new job as director of marketing
with imo wireless in Waltham.

A friend of mine on the west coast is looking for people for a company
if you can post on your list that would be great.

Thanks

John

104.)  Federal Sales Account Executive, SchemaLogic, Washington, DC and
surrounding area

SchemaLogic, headquartered in Kirkland, Washington, is seeking a highly
motivated Federal Sales Account  Executive to join our team of software
professionals. A market leader in Enterprise Business Semantic
Management, SchemaLogic empowers information architects to improve how
information is better organized across the enterprise. SchemaLogic helps
organizations improve search, findability, empower data governance and
help tie together enterprise search, ECM, portal, records management and
digital asset management utilizing a common information model. This is a
terrific sales opportunity with high income potential.

In this position, you will be responsible to drive sales of SchemaLogic
solutions into the enterprise and helping to set a new standard in the
enterprise Business Semantic Management marketplace. You will be able to
work independently and with the entire team in all aspects of customer
acquisition for departmental and enterprise sales.  You will also
leverage Federal Integrators and SchemaLogic Partners to include
SchemaLogic solutions in funded government initiatives.

This position will require you to work independently and with our Sales
Engineers and Solutions Managers in customer calls. SchemaLogic's
strategic technical and business solutions requires solid presentation
skills. Work with Sales Engineers, Product Management and Development to
analyze customer
opportunities and propose appropriate product and technology solutions.
Close accounts.

If you have a track record of success in selling into the Federal
Government and working with Federal Integrators, then SchemaLogic would
like to discuss your joining our team.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Work closely with Sales for large and complex accounts to educate
prospective customers about the suitability of SchemaLogic's software
solutions. This includes customer calls, site visits, presentations,
technical evaluations, technical objection handling and follow up on all
related customer issues to ensure the success of the “sale”.

Craft and deliver demonstrations, presentations and/or prototypes which
map feature/benefits to prospects specific needs.

Work closely with Product Management and R&D to be involved with future
product direction and strategy, providing valuable input from the field.

Qualifications:

Minimum 7-10 yrs software solution sales experience with team &
strategic selling a must.

Verified history of managing large complex accounts

Demonstrated successful experience in the enterprise software market. A
track record of success in exceeding performance expectations relative
to revenue activity, superior customer satisfaction and ownership of
territory.

Strong relationship-building and consultative sales abilities, with
proven success selling to the Federal Government

Outstanding presentation, communication and interpersonal skills.

Demonstrated ability in lead generation, pipeline development and
opportunity management.

Working knowledge of major Enterprise Search, Portal and Content
Management Vendors, including IBM Content Discovery, FAST, and Microsoft
SharePoint a plus

Proven analytical abilities and strong work ethic

Willing to travel as needed.
Compensation:  DOE
Apply:

If you desire a creative, cutting-edge, fast-paced, and idea-driven team
environment, we want to hear from you.  Email Larry St Pierre, Senior
Recruiter working directly with the hiring manager, atcareers@schemalogic.com to apply with contact info, updated resume in
Word format and job title AE Federal Sales.

Come and join the team!

***  Alternative selection, submitted by JAH:

105.)  Ranch Staff, Adventure West Resorts, Langley, British Columbia,
Canada

Are you a people person who loves the outdoors, adventure and everything
that makes British Columbia the best place to live?  Do you take
initiative and pride in everything you do?  We are looking for people to
join our family that possess a genuine interest in helping us grow to be
the best Adventure Resort outfit in all of Canada.  http://www.adventurewestresorts.com/

Nestled deep in the Nemaiah Valley of Central BC's Chilcotin region is
the remote and unspoiled Nemaiah Valley.  Although only 1 hour north of
Vancouver by air, the Nemaiah Valley remains one of the untouched
mountain valley gems of the Chilcotin.  Nestled between the imposing
Mount Tatlow of the Coast Mountain Range and sparkling Vedan Lake are
the 28,000 acres of the Elkin Creek Guest Ranch cattle operation. Many
of the traditions of the early Chilcotin cowboys are still followed
today.”

Ranch Staff needed for upcoming season

We require wranglers; hosting staff; kitchen and housekeeping help; and
a waterfront activities coordinator, ideally with fishing and or rafting
experience.

Intangibles: We are looking for individuals passionate about British
Columbia, and showing off our province to a global audience.
Adventure West Resorts is an equal opportunity employer, preference may
be shown to candidates that can speak German or French fluently, however
not required. Criminal Record check mandatory, as the candidate may be
asked to travel internationally. And yes you get to play in our backyard
too!

How to Apply

For all applicants please submit a cover letter outlining what role you
would like to apply for, and detail why you think you will make a strong
candidate for your role. To e-mail your resume: careers@adventurewestresorts.com.

Head Office:
9701-201st Street Langley BC
V1M 3E7
Local: 604-513-5008
Fax: 604-513-0194
You can fax your resume by sending it to 604.513.0194. (Attention Human
Resources)
A big Adventure West Resorts thanks goes out to all applicants!

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***  Weekly Piracy Report:

25.03.2007: 2330 LT: Pomeroon River Mouth, Guyana.
Five robbers armed with guns in a speed boat boarded a fishing boat and
opened fire.  They then ordered the fishermen to lie down on deck and
stole ship's properties and escaped.  No injuries to crew.
 
08.04.2007: 2300 LT:  Lawi-Lawi, Balikpapan Anchorage, Indonesia.
Robbers attempted to board a tanker through the hawse pipe, which was
secured. Anti-piracy watches were being maintained by crew ford and aft
and on the bridge. On hearing voices from the hawse pipe, alert crew
informed the bridge and the alarm was raised.  Crew went forward to
investigate. Hawse pipe and ford stores were found intact and nothing
stolen. Robbers escaped, agents informed.
 
05.04.2007: After 2310 LT: Posn 06:36S – 039:36E, 23NM East of Dar Es
Salaam entrance channel, Tanzania.
Duty officers on a container ship did not notice any suspicious boat
movement, on the radars, while drifting off the coast of Dar Es Salaam
while awaiting berthing instructions. However, in the morning, it was
noticed that six containers were broken into. One of the containers had
been partly stolen. Some ship stores were also stolen.
 
01.04.2007: Evening Hours: Off Mogadishu Port, Somalia.
Pirates hijacked an anchored dhow outside the deep waters of Mogadishu
port. Further details awaited. Latest information received indicates the
vessel was released on 06.04.2007 and the vessel is proceeding to
Mogadishu port to discharge the cargo. All crew are safe.
Unconfirmed information received, indicate that another dhow was
attacked by pirates outside Mogadishu port.
Port authorities dispatched a speedboat to assist the vessel and the
pirates escaped.
 
14.03.2007: 1626LT : Posn 01:07.29N – 105:03.66E, 30NM East of Bintan
Island, Indonesia.
10 heavily armed pirates intercepted and boarded a product tanker in
two, navy grey coloured, fiberglass speed crafts with out board engines.
The crew activated the AIS Alert System and broadcasted a distress
message. The pirates, at gun point, demanded that the crew comply with
their orders. The crew was tied up and blind folded. The pirates took
control of the ship and the master was ordered to turn the ship North
East towards the Malapas Island. They stole crew personal effects and
ship's property. After steaming for 45 minutes the pirates smashed all
communication equipment. The ship's engines stalled 40nm from Horsburgh
Lighthouse. When the pirates could not restart the engines they
abandoned the ship and escaped in their speed boats.
The crew managed to free themselves, VTIS was informed and the ship made
its way to Singapore.
No injuries to crew. All cargo intact.
 
21.01.2007: 1530LT: Kankasanthurai Harbour, Northern Jaffna Peninsula,
Sri Lanka.
Pirates in an explosive-laden boat rammed a general cargo ship after
leaving the harbour. The hull of the ship was damaged and it was towed
back to the harbour..

***  This week's ball cap:  Boston Red Sox (contributed by Greg Clock:
“Here's to Gene Conley and the JOTW.”)

***  Coffee Mug of the Day:  Quicken Loans (Thanks to Elizabeth Jones)

***  Shirt of the day:  Mount Sinai Medical Center.  Another day. 

Another Breakthrough (Thanks to Ariella Levine).

***  Today's musical accompaniment: União Black

***  Flash drive of the week:  AOL (thanks to Susan Timcheck):

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