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JOTW 25-2007

18 June 2007

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In this issue:

*** One Paragraph Pitch

1.) Director of Hallmarks Administration and Development, Hallmarks of Healthy Workplaces Program, North Carolina Nurses Association, Raleigh, NC

2.) Communications Associate, Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Washington, D.C.

3.) Graphic Designer, BRTRC, Fairfax, Virginia

4.) Director of Public Relations, Earthwatch, Maynard, MA

5.) PR & Communications Officer, Earthwatch, Maynard, MA

6.) Corporate Communications Manager, Omniyat Properties, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

7.) Vice President Business Development, CBS SportsLine, New York, NY or Fort Lauderdale, Florida

8.) Communications Coordinator, PRR, Olympia, WA

9.) Communications Associate, PRR, Olympia, WA

10.) Vice President & General Manager, Cox Media, Chesapeake, Virginia

11.) Public Relations Director/Vice President, Financial-Related Corporate Position, Stamford, Ct.

12.) Senior External Communications Manager, national professional services firm, Montgomery County, MD

13.) Communications Assistant: Graphic Designer (Internship), Franciscans International, Geneva, Switzerland

14.) Public Relations/Communications Manager, MetroPool, Stamford, CT

15.) Graphics Design Associate (G6), UN Office for Project Services, Copenhagen, Denmark

16.) COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST, National Air Traffic Controllers Association, Washington, D.C

17.) Communications Manager, RedR-IHE, London, United Kingdom

18.) Writer Editor (External Communications Coordinator), US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department Of The Interior, Arlington, VA

19.) Communications Specialist, Health & Human Services, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD

20.) Director of Marketing and Communications, Institute of Agriculture, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

21.) DC Ranch Communications Coordinator, DMB Associates, INC., Scottsdale, AZ

22.) Public Information Officer II, Arizona Game and Fish Department, Phoenix, AZ

23.) Public Relations Account Executive, Martz Agency, Scottsdale, AZ

24.) Business Development Manager, Commercial Builder (represented by Small Giants), Phoenix, AZ

25.) Web Marketing Coordinator, GateWay Community College, Phoenix, AZ

26.) Production Specialist, McMurry, Phoenix, AZ

27.) Head of Communications and Resource Development, Interpeace, Geneva, Switzerland

28.) Managing Editor, MARCUS EVANS, London, UK

29.) Director of Communications , BBC World Service Trust, London, United Kingdom

30.) Senior Account Executive-Corporate/Social Marketing, Ketchum, Washington DC

31.) New Media Specialist, Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, DC

32.) Internship (Public Information), UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Brussels, Belgium

33.) CREATIVE DIRECTOR, Cabin John, MD

34.) Account Manager, Corporate/Technology, Ketchum, London, UK

35.) Strategic Communications Consultant (FTE), Leading Financial Service Institution, San Francisco, CA

36.) Regional Communications Coordinator, World Conservation Union, Bangkok, Thailand

37.) Manager, Media Relations (U.S. Tax Liaison), H&R Block, Kansas City, MO

38.) Director, Associate Communications, H&R Block, Kansas City, MO

39.) Director of Development and Community Relations, Learning Community Charter School, Jersey City, New Jersey

40.) Assistant Account Executive, BLAZE PR, Santa Monica, California

41.) Account Executive, BLAZE PR, Santa Monica, California

42.) Associate Executive Director (Director of Strategic Communications), The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

43.) Corporate Communications Manager, Wells Fargo India Solutions Pvt. Ltd. , Hitec City, Hyderabad, India

44.) Vice President, Public Relations, Walker Marchant Group, Washington, DC

45.) Director, Development and Communications, Program Director, Support Network for Battered Women, Sunnyvale, California

46.) PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER, MS&L, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

47.) Media & Public Information Assistant/Officer, International Organization for Migration, Jakarta, Indonesia

49.) Executive Director of Public Policy and Communications

Citizen Schools, Boston, MA or Washington, DC

50.) Senior Project Manager/Web Producer, CDG Interactive, Washington, DC

51.) Creative Director, Flying Horse Communication, Bozeman, MT

52.) Communications Director, Corporate Accountability International, Boston, Massachusetts

53.) Public Health and Behavior Change and Communications Specialist, CHF International, Banda Aceh, Indonesia

54.) Senior Health Communication and Marketing Manager, Center for Health Communication (CHC), Washington, D.C

55.) Senior Editor- Healthcare, The Hospital of Saint Raphael, New Haven, CT

56.) Website Manager/Communications Associate, ArtsConnection, New York, New York

57.) Assistant Editor, Center for American Progress, Washington, D.C.

58.) Online Communications and Fundraising Coordinator, MADRE, New York, New York

59.) PR and Development Assistant, National Association for Visually Handicapped, New York, New York

60.) Communication Specialist, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York

61.) Director of External Relations, Fight For Children, Washington, D.C.

62.) Account Supervisor H&B, Imre Communications, Baltimore, MD

63.) Account Supervisor – Insurance, Imre Communications, Baltimore, MD

64.) Policy and External Relations Officer, Global Development, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Seattle, Washington

65.) Senior Public Affairs and Communications Officer, Global

Development Advocacy, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Seattle, Washington

66.) Deputy Editor & Writers, Trends Publishing International, Auckland, NZ

67.) Senior Writer/Online Marketing Communications Manager, healthcare corporation, Houston, Texas

68.) Editor, Journalist & Researcher/Junior Journalist, MediaConnect, Sydney,

NSW, Australia

69.) UNV Communications Officer, UN Volunteers, Bissau, Guinea-Bissau

70.) Corporate Publicity & Communications Officer, Victoria Australian Council for Educational Research, Camberwell, VIC, Australia

71.) Web Writer/Editor/Producer, Office of Public Affairs, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

72.) Multimedia/Web Designer, Office of Public Affairs, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

73.) Senior Web Developer (Technology Support Analyst or Business and Technology Applications Analyst), Office of Public Affairs, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

74.) Sr. Director of Marketing Communications, Xilinx, San Jose, CA

75.) FEH Communications Manager. ORBIS Flying Eye Hospital (FEH) team

76.) Technical Advisor, Health Communication, ORBIS, New York, NY

77.) Technical Writer and Trainer, ORBIS, New York, NY

78.) Senior Manager, Corporate Relations, ORBIS, New York, NY

78.) Senior Manager, Corporate Relations, ORBIS, New York, NY

79.) Project Manager (w/ Org. Cummunications Exp needed!), RS Information Systems, Washington DC

80.) Senior Level Media Relations Executive, Mid-Atlantic region

81.) Director, Communications, MTVN International MTV NETWORKS, NEW YORK, NY

82.) PR Pros, Corporate Ink, Newton, Mass.

83.) Assistant Coach, Diving, Department of Athletic, Georgetown University, Washington, DC

*** Weekly Piracy Report

…and as always, more than you have a right to expect!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

20+ years in media-public-tenant-investor relations, real estate/asset management, special events coordination, attractions, hospitality; named by New York Daily News as “One of the 100 Women Who Shape Our City.” Possess exceptional written, oral and interpersonal skills. Experience covers a wide area of business world – property management, trademark/branding, internet, writing/editing, spokesperson, historian – I have worn many many hats! Looking for a new challenge and am anxious to share my skills, experience and expertise. Excellent references.

Lydia A. Ruth

28 Fieldstone Drive

Hartsdale, NY 10530

H: 914 428 6887

C: 914 715 5997

E: hiwaychild26@optonline.net

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*** From Bernie Wagenblast:

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*** The streets ran red:

Ned,

Thought I’d share this with you… Thought you may find it amusing as well.

http://www.autoblog.com/2007/04/10/the-streets-ran-red-near-lowell-mass/

Happy Friday!

Carla

*** Bob Young

Joe Gradisher and I drove up to Monrovia, Maryland to visit Bob Young on Friday. Bob and Allie had moved out there for their retirement home on two acres, not far from Antietam and Gettysburg. Bob is a Civil War amateur historian and would often talk about these places, and the cataclysmic events that took place in these otherwise peaceful hamlets. Bob once took a group of Naval officers out to Antietam to walk the battlefield and learn the universal truths of war that may be found there. I always wanted to do just that with Bob, first at Antietam, then to talk him into taking me up the hills at Gettysburg.

Joe and I are both retired Navy captains, and both had the honor to command the Naval Media Center. And both of us had the privilege of serving with Bob Young, who as a GS-15 civilian was the deputy commander NMC.

Bob couldn’t be more different than me. I was an active duty Navy public affairs officer with a master’s degree, and he was a retired Army Sergeant Major, an enlisted broadcast engineer who knew how to fix and operate equipment with a degree from the school of hard knocks. He was mission focused, to be sure, but he always looked out for his troops. He was promoted up through Navy Broadcasting Service and eventually became the number two in charge of the 450 men and women of the newly combined command called the Naval Media Center, which encompassed Naval Imaging Command, Navy Internal Relations Activity and Navy Broadcasting Service.

As I said, Bob and I had totally different perspectives on many things. For that reason, I could not imagine a better partner to run the Media Center, and I learned to listen to him. I asked him a lot of questions, and sometimes the answers were complicated. “You sure you want to know?” he would ask me just before he indulged me with a lesson on how a TV camera works, or why the digital satellite signal sometimes dropped out. I didn’t always understand it all, but I learned something every day around Bob. I knew my engineers could baffle me, but they could never bullshit Bob.

Broadcasting is an expensive business. Bob understood the budget process and where our money came from. That was also helpful to me, seeing as I couldn’t figure a tip or balance my checkbook.

Bob would welcome everyone at the command as part of the check-in process, and showed them around our historic building with great pride, especially those things that made building 168 at Anacostia so unique from the time it was built by Eastman Kodak for the Navy in 1943 as the state-of-the-art Naval Photographic Science Laboratory. Although much of the building has been now occupied by the Commander Naval Installations, the old theater and sound stage are still in tact and in use.

Bob and I served together for 50 months and he took charge when I left, until another naval officer arrived to assumed command. In that time we learned a lot about each other, and I learned just how good his public affairs instincts were. Not everyone who understands the engineers understand the message and effective communication. Bob did.

Bob and I met periodically since I retired, usually at the Hawk and Dove on Capitol Hill. They have great burgers, and the waitress is from Boston.

When Joe and I saw Bob last week, he had lost his booming voice. The veneer of the gruff old XO was gone, and he was his true and gentle self. He enjoyed talking about the people we had worked with, both good and bad, and there were a lot of them, mostly good. There were a few memories that elicited a big smile. But gone was the laugh.

We had a long conversation. Then he asked us to have Allie come help him get back to bed. We had time to talk to Allie, who like Bob, is showing great courage. There is so much to do, but little that can be done to change the outcome. It has all spread so far and so fast.

Allie said Bob became emotional when he looked at her and said “We were going to sit on the porch and drink iced tea.” But he could also make her laugh when, in a serious discussion about the mysteries of the hereafter, he wondered who they might find in the afterlife? Close family, old friends, ancestors, cave men?

Bob was not a pushover, especially when somebody wanted him to do something that was inappropriate or undeserved. Maybe it was a compliment when one of my PAO peers called to complain to me about my “knuckle-dragging Neanderthal of a deputy.” Maybe Bob will meet those relatives in heaven.

*** From Jane Albright:

Hi, Ned. Here’s another job for the JOTW.

Peace, Jane

Jane Albright

1.) Director of Hallmarks Administration and Development, Hallmarks of Healthy Workplaces Program, North Carolina Nurses Association, Raleigh, NC

The North Carolina Nurses Association and the Hallmarks of Healthy Workplaces Recognition Program is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced professional to join our growing team. The Director of Hallmarks Administration and Development will be responsible for the daily management and development of the NCNA Hallmarks of Healthy Workplaces program. Primary responsibilities include program marketing and statewide recruitment of program applicants, administration of the applicant review and recognition process, fiscal management, event planning, media and community relations and program evaluation.

This position will work with the NCNA Executive Director and Director of Professional Practice as a key member of the staff leadership team. Working closely with the volunteer member Hallmarks Task Force, this individual will be responsible for propelling the Hallmarks program toward long-term stability. The Hallmarks program just completed a very successful pilot year, but this newly created position will allow for substantial growth and development. Creativity, self-motivation and a drive to succeed will be important characteristics for this position. Because this is a new position, flexibility and opportunity abound.

QUALIFICATIONS:

A Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5-7 years of related experience are required. Strong communication skills, both verbal and written, are essential as well as the ability to work well with volunteers and operate within a budget. Experience in non-profit management, fundraising and marketing is a plus. Must be detail-oriented, flexible and able to work successfully as part of a team. Occasional in-state travel will be required.

An attractive compensation and benefits plan will accompany this position. This position is currently funded by a three year grant with the expectation that the program growth will achieve self-sufficiency by mid-2010.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:

Please submit a resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Tina Gordon at tinagordon@ncnurses.org or P.O. Box 12025, Raleigh, NC 27605-2025.

For more information about NCNA and the Hallmarks program, please visit www.ncnurses.org.

*** From Erin O’Connell:

Ned,

Please share this job opening with the JOTW network.

Thank you very much,

Erin O’Connell

Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life

2.) Communications Associate, Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, Washington, D.C.

The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life delivers timely, impartial information on issues at the intersection of religion and public affairs. The Forum is a nonpartisan organization and does not take positions on policy debates. Based in Washington, D.C., the Forum is a project of the Pew Research Center.

Position Summary: The communications associate manages the Forum’s publicity efforts and Web marketing. The communications associate promotes media coverage of the Forum’s work, including its events, publications and polls; writes and edits press releases and other communications materials; tracks press coverage and screens press inquiries; monitors and works to increase Web traffic; and works to expand the Forum’s electronic newsletter subscriber base.

Primary Responsibilities:

• Cultivate and maintain ongoing relationships with members of the press (50%)

 Serve as initial point of contact for press inquiries about Forum events, polls and publications

 Track all media inquiries and set up interviews for Forum spokespersons

 Search for media mentions of the Forum and its work on an ongoing basis and maintain and regularly update list of press hits

 Create and maintain lists of core and specialized media contacts; update and maintain current contacts and information in in-house database

 Assemble press packets for Forum events and follow up with reporters in attendance

 Draft media outreach section of Forum’s quarterly tracking reports

 Work with Associate Director of Programs to develop longer range communications strategies

• Manage publicity for Forum events, polls and publications (30%)

 Help to plan and organize press briefings and meetings; help with logistics at events

 Recommend and develop issue-specific and audience-specific media lists

 Write and edit copy for media advisories and press releases

 Coordinate blast faxes, blast emails, and Web and newsletter publicity

 Send out media advisories and press releases before and after events to garner interest from the press

 Reach out to members of the media with targeted emails and phone calls before and after events, poll releases or publication releases

 Serve as point of contact with newswires, daybooks and C-SPAN

 Track and document media outreach activities

 Take photographs at Forum events to post on the Web site

• Manage Web site marketing and outreach (20%)

 Work with Web marketing firm to increase the number of newsletter subscribers and visits to the Forum’s Web site, and to track and interpret Web usage statistics, including number of visitors, length of visits and number of publication downloads

 Track and submit stories for the Web site’s “Pew Forum in the News” section

 Take lead in conducting research of our audience and its Web needs (online surveys, etc.)

 Draft Web and newsletter section of Forum’s quarterly tracking reports

 Remain informed about Web trends and technology

Knowledge and Skill Requirements:

• Experience with media outreach and knowledge of Washington and foreign press corps

• Exceptional writing and editing skills in materials development for the media and others

• Excellent verbal communication skills

• Excellent computer skills (Word, Excel, PageMaker, etc.)

• Ability to balance multiple priorities, meet deadlines and work well in team-oriented environment

• Must be detail-oriented and highly organized

• Must be able to think strategically and work tactically

• Interest in issues at the intersection of religion and public policy

Education/Training/Experience:

• Bachelor’s degree required

• 3-5 years communications experience at policy-related organization or in journalism

Salary is negotiable. Qualified applicants must send cover letter, resume, salary requirements to careers@pewresearch.org.

3.) Graphic Designer, BRTRC, Fairfax, Virginia

BRTRC, Inc. is seeking an exceptional, talented artist with 1-3 years

experience and right attitude to join our GROWING team of designers.

This is an opportunity for a skilled designer to work with a dynamic,

talented, and progressive-minded marketing team specializing in the

Department of Defense. In this role the artist will be involved in the

entire design-to-print process.

The right candidate must be proficient in all the latest design software

with demonstrated experience in identity development, branding, and

print material. Desktop publishing and pre-press background a must,

trade show knowledge a plus.

BRTRC, Inc. offers a competitive salary, exceptional benefits, and a

professional working environment.

EEO Employer. Please send cover letter, resume, portfolio samples (mail

preferred), and salary requirements to: application@brtrc.com.

http://www.brtrc.com/AboutUs/Careers.aspx#3cfa4d6c-1f93-4c40-b211-cf8535

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*** From b j Altschul:

Hi Ned —

Two great staff positions currently open at Earthwatch. I've been a volunteer on three expeditions myself and can personally attest to their varied and dynamic program!

Best / b j Altschul

4.) Director of Public Relations, Earthwatch, Maynard, MA

Position Summary

The Director of Public Relations is responsible for generating positive publicity for all programs within Earthwatch US in order to raise the profile of Earthwatch, tap new markets, and build relationships of trust and mutual respect with reporters, producers, and partners. The goal is to increase the number of volunteers, members and donors and make Earthwatch accessible and appealing to a much larger audience. Earthwatch is dedicated to reaching more people across North America with compelling news about the organization and its mission and results. The ideal candidate will have a background in publicizing scientists and their work, promoting conservation, promoting events and TV programs, planning press conferences and screenings, and in-depth knowledge of the travel and/or science markets.

Due to limited time and financial resources we are only able to accept applicants who are currently eligible to work in the United States for any employer unless otherwise specified in the job description.

Please indicate job title in subject line of email. Send cover letter and resume to hr@earthwatch.org; fax 978-897-0935; mail HR Earthwatch Institute, P.O. Box 75, Maynard, MA 01754-0075. No phone calls please.

http://www.earthwatch.org/site/pp.asp?c=dsJSK6PFJnH&b=474141

Go to web site above and click on links for PDF files with complete job descriptions.

5.) PR & Communications Officer, Earthwatch, Maynard, MA

Earthwatch is dedicated to reaching more people with compelling news about the organization, its results, and its supporters. The ideal candidate will have a background in publicizing green issues, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and a track record of successful pitching placements in TV, print and web. Experience promoting non-profits or conservation a plus.

Position Summary

The PR & Communications Officer is primarily responsible for management and communications for the US office's efforts related to a new, global, 5-year funded program aiming to reduce the impacts of Climate Change. Earthwatch Institute is establishing field centers in the UK, USA, Brazil, India and China, to provide a base for research aiming to engage employees and communities in understanding and acting on Climate Change. This role manages overall PR about the funder's employee involvement and work being done at the USA and Brazil field centers, and is responsible for helping build overall visibility about the program.

In addition, the Officer will actively support PR and communications efforts regarding Earthwatch corporate programs and fellowship recruitment and outreach. Overall, the Officer plays a pivotal role in raising the profile of Earthwatch overall via increasing positive publicity nationwide, building relationships of trust and mutual respect with reporters, producers, and corporate partners. The overarching goal of Earthwatch PR is to increase the number and involvement of donors, volunteers, and admirers, and make Earthwatch known to a much larger and diverse audience that includes business leaders as well as backpackers and baby boomers.

Due to limited time and financial resources we are only able to accept applicants who are currently eligible to work in the United States for any employer unless otherwise specified in the job description.

Please indicate job title in subject line of email. Send cover letter and resume to hr@earthwatch.org; fax 978-897-0935; mail HR Earthwatch Institute, P.O. Box 75, Maynard, MA 01754-0075. No phone calls please.

http://www.earthwatch.org/site/pp.asp?c=dsJSK6PFJnH&b=474141

Go to web site above and click on links for PDF files with complete job descriptions.

6.) Corporate Communications Manager, Omniyat Properties, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

http://www.bayt.com/app/sections/work/employer/job/jb_preview_chooser.adp?xid=436294

7.) Vice President Business Development, CBS SportsLine, New York, NY or

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

LOCATION: May be either New York, NY or Fort Lauderdale, Florida

requiring travel to the other office and other domestic locations

SUMMARY: The Vice President Business Development is responsible for

identification and execution of new partnership opportunities for CBS

SportsLine. They will also play a critical role in managing a set of

existing relationships for CBS SportsLine. Their primary focus is to

increase the sources and streams of incremental revenue generated via

digital media platforms (web and emerging platforms). This position is

responsible for the effective negotiation and execution of agreements

with technical, transactional, content, licensing, marketing, search,

wireless and advertising partners. In addition, this individual will

coordinate the maintenance and stewardship of business development

relationships with other divisions of CBS Corporation. The position will also be responsible for coordination of new and existing business

development programs with editorial, finance, sales, and technical

operations.

ORGANIZATION:

o Direct reports include Director of Business Development o Works closely with executives who manage Programming,

Consumer Products, Marketing, Advertising and Legal/Business Affairs

RESPONSIBILITES:

o Responsible for business development opportunities

for a 24×7 sports news and information interactive publishing business

including a close working relationship with CBS Sports Television and

CSTV

o Responsible for development opportunities for the world's leading

fantasy sports business (subscription and free) o Additional businesses

include CBS Sports Store, pre-season magazine publishing (MLB, NFL,

NCAAF, NBA, NBAAB) and support of various content production/licensing

deals

Required Qualifications/Skills:

IDEAL CANDIDATE:

o Sports fan

o Significant media industry experience;

strong preference for interactive experience

o Very strong written and

verbal communication skills, including strong public speaking skills,

both prepared and impromptu

o Collaborative nature with both one's own

and with others' ideas

o Good knowledge of and contacts within the

sports media industry, including media companies, rights-holders,

advertisers/agencies, team/venue owners, industry press, etc. o

Uncomfortable with the status quo; always looking for improvement and

new opportunities

o Trustworthy, committed, courageous, considerate and

skilled; high emotional IQ and good listener

o 10+ years of professional experience and 5+ years of business development experience

Desired Qualifications/Skills:

Education Requirements:

o Undergraduate degree required, MBA and/or JD preferred

http://www.cbscareers.com/main/index.aspx?p=viewjob.aspx?jid=50299a20-6b

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*** From Isabel Kaldenbach:

8.) Communications Coordinator, PRR, Olympia, WA

PRR is seeking to fill a communications coordinator position in our Public Affairs department, to work out of an Olympia project office. This individual will help manage internal communications for major transportation projects in the South Puget Sound region. The individual will represent PRR in Olympia by supporting the communications needs of the office and coordinate between the client and the PRR Seattle team.

Principal responsibilities:

• Respond to, and track, public correspondence related to the projects. Must ensure all customer concerns and complaints are addressed in a timely and appropriate manner.

• Research, write and distribute monthly team newsletter.

• Coordinate and execute the monthly meeting.

• Coordinate communications across office locations, design centers and consultant firms.

• Lead team recognition committee including scheduling of team building events.

• Assist with team chartering and kick-off efforts.

• Manage internal communications plan.

• Develop and execute regular evaluations to ensure internal communications is productive.

• Coordinate site visits for program management to increase management communication to the remote locations.

The ideal candidate has two or more years of related experience, in addition to the following knowledge and skills:

• Interpersonal communication skills – Coordinate communications with a multitude of offices, consultants and work groups; ability to establish and maintain cooperative partnerships with all program staff. Ability to communicate with hostile customers. Exercise diplomacy and sensitivity when working with individuals and organizations.

• Writing, editing and speaking skills – Ability to communicate clearly and concisely through written materials, including newsletters and other publications. Ability to communicate verbally with all project offices and program partners.

• Computer skills – Ability to use computer programs to create and format a variety of print and Web materials.

• Experience with Washington State DOT processes and guidelines a plus.

Salary is competitive and dependent on experience. We offer a full benefits package, including health and dental insurance, long-term disability, and a generous match on our 401(K) plan.

Qualified candidates apply to: jobs@prrbiz.com or fax 206-623-0781, refer to job: HR-OLY-CC. Resumes without cover letters will not be considered. Tell us why you want to join PRR, and why you are a great fit for this role.

9.) Communications Associate, PRR, Olympia, WA

PRR is seeking to fill an Associate position in our Public Affairs department, to work out of an Olympia project office. If your strength is communicating with public officials, stakeholders and the broader community on public projects and programs, PRR may be the place for you. This individual will manage communications and public information for major transportation projects in the south Puget Sound region. This individual will represent PRR in Olympia by supporting the outreach and communications needs of the office and coordinate between the client and the PRR Seattle team.

The ideal candidate has four or more years of experience in planning and conducting outreach or public involvement activities. Experience in a public agency role, knowledge of transportation issues and the environmental process preferred. This position requires very strong writing skills, and the ability to understand and explain technical and environmental information to a variety of audiences. In addition, sound judgment, a professional presence, strong project and budget management skills, attention to detail, strategic thinking, and strong interpersonal and verbal communication are a must. Experience with Washington State DOT processes and guidelines, and experience with Adobe creative software also a plus.

In-state travel will be required (must have valid driver's license).

Salary is competitive and dependent on experience. We offer a full benefits package, including health and dental insurance, long-term disability, and a generous match on our 401(K) plan.

Qualified candidates apply to: jobs@prrbiz.com or fax 206-623-0781, refer to job: HR-OLY. Resumes without cover letters will not be considered. Tell us why you want to join PRR, and why you are a great fit for this role.

Equal Opportunity Employer

10.) Vice President & General Manager, Cox Media, Chesapeake, Virginia

http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.asp?JobID=58719725

*** From Barry Piatoff:

Ned,

Please post the following job.

Thank you.

Barry Piatoff

11.) Public Relations Director/Vice President, Financial-Related Corporate Position, Stamford, Ct.

Our client is an up and coming credit analyst company. They have substantial backing from three global credit reporting institutions. This company has created a formula which decides how much a consumer or institution can be lended. As the organization grows, there is an immediate need for a Public Relations Director/Vice President for their Stamford, Connecticut office (near the Metro-North train station), which is commutable from New York City. The company wants you to create awareness and acceptance by leaders, government institutions, consumer advocacy groups and the public.

Plan, develop, implement and analyze strategic comprehensive and diversified media relations programs and tactics to support the company’s strategic objectives and business plan through trade, business and national news exposure. There are a wide range of assignments including identification of news stories, editing/writing of press releases, articles, backgrounders, profiles, cultivate/outreach to reporters & editors who cover financial stories, contribute to company’s website, assist with speechwriting and the presentation development of special events.

Looking for someone eager, energetic, articulate, “on the ball”, outgoing, sharp and opportunistic. You will see how an organization is run and the complexities of the major corporations they analyze. This is an opportunity for someone who wants to build something, is “hands-on” and can work independently or as part of a team. Know when to work with the press and when not to work with the press. Reports to Vice President Strategic Planning & Communications.

Requires approximately 5-7 years experience. Financial public relations background is probably the best. Salary commensurate with experience. Bonus potential.

Local candidates only.

To be considered for this position, and other opportunities in the future, e-mail your resume and cover letter as a Word Document attachment to:

Barry Piatoff, SVP, Peter Bell & Associates, LLC

barry@peterbellassociates.com

No calls please.

Please include your current base salary. It’s important information for us to have for this job search and others we may consider you for.

Peter Bell & Associates, LLC is a search firm specializing in public relations, communications and investor relations recruiting. We encourage anyone in these fields to e-mail us their resume. Be assured it is confidential and we will not send your resume anywhere without your permission.

*** From Steve Boyle:

12.) Senior External Communications Manager, national professional services firm, Montgomery County, MD

My Client, a national professional services firm seeks a talented marketing manager to support various lines of business.

The individual in this role will be responsible for creating and updating website content, writing press releases, creating marketing collateral and managing a weekly firm-wide newsletter to be distributed throughout the organization.

This individual will report to the director of marketing, and will be responsible for all marketing endeavors of the firm's various national offices. Some travel will be required.

Qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, Communications, etc.

At least five years' marketing experience in a professional services environment, i.e. Accounting, Law Firm, Engineering Firm, Commercial Real Estate.

Strong technical writing skills.

Experience in an advertising or public relations agency is strongly preferred.

Steve Boyle

Recruiter

Stephen James Associates

“Investment Quality Recruitment”

1954 Greenspring Drive, Suite 503

Timonium, MD 21093

410-616-1043

www.stephenjames.com

13.) Communications Assistant: Graphic Designer (Internship), Franciscans International, Geneva, Switzerland

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-73VBKL

14.) Public Relations/Communications Manager, MetroPool, Stamford, CT

http://msn.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?job_did=J8D2566SP89C93FSFYZ

15.) Graphics Design Associate (G6), UN Office for Project Services, Copenhagen, Denmark

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-744HXM

*** From Bridget Serchak:

16.) COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST, National Air Traffic Controllers Association, Washington, D.C

Influential aviation labor union seeks an experienced writer and

communicator, with proven media relations talents, to join its creative, energetic communications team in a fast-paced, exciting environment.

Duties include the production of a high volume of written communications and interfacing with the public and union membership on all levels, proactive and reactive media relations and assisting local union spokespersons in their efforts to communicate with the media and traveling public on important issues of aviation safety. The ideal candidate will have at least five years experience in journalism, public relations, media relations or related communications specialties, exceptional writing ability and be able to work collaboratively and thrive in a team setting, while also possessing an ability to meet deadlines and handle multiple responsibilities individually. Knowledge of or strong interest in air traffic control and aviation a plus.

Newsroom experience and ability to work with members of the media, in

both traditional and online outlets, strongly desired. Convenient

location in downtown Washington, D.C. Excellent benefits, including

fully employer-paid medical and dental coverage. Please send resume and cover letter to Doug Church, National Air Traffic Controllers

Association, 1325 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, D.C., 20005; fax to 202-628-5767; or e-mail at dchurch@natcadc.org. Principals only, no phone calls please.

17.) Communications Manager, RedR-IHE, London, United Kingdom

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-73YMM3

18.) Writer Editor (External Communications Coordinator), US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department Of The Interior, Arlington, VA (Ballston)

Job Announcement Number: FWS9-NWRS-2007-0018

SALARY RANGE: 66,767.00 – 103,220.00 USD per year

OPEN PERIOD: to Thursday, June 21, 2007

SERIES & GRADE: GS-1082-12/13

http://jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=57917460

19.) Communications Specialist, Health & Human Services, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD

Job Announcement Number: OD-07-135734-DE

SERIES & GRADE: GS-1001-13/14

SALARY RANGE: 79,397.00 – 121,967.00 USD per year

Closes Tuesday, June 26, 2007

http://jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=58020825

*** From Margot Emery:

Ned, I'd be hugely grateful if you would post the following. Thanks

so much and hope to see you at IABC. Margot

Margot Emery

Senior Writer/Producer

University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture

Marketing & Communications Services

(865) 974-9433 fax

http://agriculture.tennessee.edu

memery@tennessee.edu

20.) Director of Marketing and Communications, Institute of Agriculture, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture seeks

applications for the position of Director of Marketing and

Communications. Primary functions are to provide visionary leadership

and develop long- and short-term strategic goals for the Institute's

marketing, public relations and communications efforts, including

conducting market research and implementing Institute-wide marketing

plans; lead the professional and support staff; act as liaison to the

UT System Office and UT, Knoxville, campus; work collaboratively with

other Institute units; represent the Institute effectively with

stakeholders; and administer budgets for personnel and operating

funds. More details are available at

http://www.agriculture.utk.edu/communications/positionannounce.html.

*** From Ken Jensen in Arizona:

Its summer and its 110. I'm going to play golf!

Ken

21.) DC Ranch Communications Coordinator, DMB Associates, INC., Scottsdale, AZ

The DC Ranch Communications Coordinator will actively support DC Ranch’s community values, vision and philosophies. Primary responsibility is to support all communication efforts to DC Ranch Stakeholders regarding community events and issues using the Community Web Portal, the newsletter, and other communications tools. Responsible for assisting the Communications Manager, Town Manager and the DC Ranch Team with the enhancement of DC Ranch’s sense of community, consistency of message, image, visibility, and reputation.

ATTRIBUTES:

Interested candidates will portray, but are not limited to, the following capabilities, qualifications, and proven excellent performance:

• Self-motivated and self-managed with strong, tactful and diplomatic interpersonal skills

• Outstanding customer service skills and instincts. Ability to foster a collaborative environment when serving both internal and external customers

• Excellent verbal, written and personal communications skills

• Excellent troubleshooting skills

• Conscientious and dependable work ethic, and attention to detail

• Organization, prioritization, follow-up and time management skills. Must work well under pressure and balance multiple priorities and assignments to meet deadlines

• Excellent experience with web administration and development

CAPABILITIES & EXPERIENCE:

The Ranch Communication Coordinator will have more than two years progressively responsible professional communication experience and multi-platform email software experience. The Communications Manager primary skill set will focus on oral and written skills, closely coupled with the proven ability to utilize Web and e-mail tools for the advanced utilization of these skills and working knowledge or expertise in the following software:

• Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora, Netscape/Mozilla Suite, Thunderbird, Mac Mail, Entourage

• Knowledge of Windows Office Products 95/98/98ME/NT/2000 and XP

• Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat, Illustrator, Graphic Arts programs a plus. Designer programs compatible on Microsoft WIN NT O/S

• Basic HTML, XML, CSS

SPECIFIC JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Key Results Area #1: RanchNet

• Provide technical support for new and existing RanchNet users.

• Provide email support for new and existing RanchNet users.

• Help manage the robust Community Web Portal to optimize Resident utilization of and affinity to the Site.

• Help monitor, evaluate and maintain the content on the Community Web Portal.

• Create, and encourage Residents to create, timely and meaningful site content for the Community Web Portal.

• Provide creative input for Community Web Portal design, and user interface design.

• Effectively support Community-based, or related approved organizations, to design, create content, and correctly populate the Site.

• Perform basic Site administration such as a security, monitoring, virus scan, and related.

• Monitor Community Intranet content, and as appropriate, delete content, and perform the role of Content Alter Ego, for users, in accordance with the established guidelines.

• Follow up with new users on how to get access to RanchNet.

• Participate in, stimulate and fully support the Technical Advisory Council.

• Effectively interface with the Community Web Portal Hosting and Support Services resources.

Key Results Area #2: Resident Communications

• Pro-actively support communication efforts with stakeholders regarding community news, upcoming events and issues both within DC Ranch and the greater Phoenix area when appropriate.

• Help facilitate the production of the monthly community newsletter; serve as assistant editor and lead writer; help determine content and assign stories; implement annual editorial calendar.

• Help facilitate the production of the Parks & Recreation Quarterly Program Schedule, serve as assistant editor, layout and designer.

• Actively solicit new advertisers for the all publications and maintain relationships with the current advertisers.

• Complete monthly follow up with current DC Ranch Community News advertisers.

• Complete quarterly follow up with Parks & Recreation Program Schedule advertisers.

• Maintain and grow waitlist of advertisers for all publications.

• Work with Staff Accountant to track ad sales and payments.

• Help facilitate annual production of and generate ad sales for the community directory.

• Assure that all communiqués and resident interactions deliver on the DC Ranch lifestyle promise.

• Assist resident driven clubs and initiatives with communication needs.

• Be consistently creative, seek and implement new and better Resident Communications programs.

Key Results Area #3: Marketing Communications

• Support the DC Ranch Leadership Roundtable Team and Community Council Board to ensure effective and consistent messaging to stakeholders from first impression of DC Ranch to the time they make DC Ranch their home.

• Work with Parks & Recreation to create press releases and media alerts as directed for public events at DC Ranch.

• Ensure Ranch Office collateral materials adhere to the brand standards.

• Ensure Ranch Office collateral materials are stocked properly at all times.

Key Results Area #4: Special Events

• Partner with Parks and Recreation Staff to effectively promote special events and routine activities to stakeholders and the public when appropriate

• Attend and participate in community special events.

• Serve as community content and spirit historian, collecting photographs, testimonials, anecdotes for current and future use.

Status: Exempt Salary depends on experience

LOCATION: DC Ranch, Ranch Offices on Market Street , Scottsdale

REPORTS TO: Communications Manager, DC Ranch

CONTACT:

Resumes should be emailed to careers@dmbinc.com or mailed to Talent Recruiting, DMB Associates, Inc., 7600 E. Doubletree Ranch Rd., Suite 300 , Scottsdale , AZ 85258 or faxed to: 480-367-7524

DMB ASSOCIATES, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

22.) Public Information Officer II, Arizona Game and Fish Department, Phoenix, AZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER II

ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION AND EDUCATION DIVISION / INFORMATION BRANCH

(2) PERMANENT POSITIONS / PHOENIX BASED

SALARY GRADE 20 ($37,958-$60,866)

ANNOUNCEMENT #28-07NWS / CLOSING DATE: JUNE 20, 2007

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: The Arizona Game and Fish Department is looking for a communications professional who wants to help promote and ensure the future of wildlife and outdoor recreation in this state. Each position calls for a professional who can assess a need, create a comprehensive communications plan to address the need, and implement the plan. The position develops, implements and measures the effectiveness of internal and external public relations, media relations and marketing campaigns. The position is responsible for doing work of average difficulty in communications, publications and public education; preparing news releases, publications and educational materials; and completing related work as required. The position creates and monitors an annual work plan and budget, develops budgets, and monitors expenditures for communication projects. The position performs other duties as assigned and requires occasional overnight in-state travel.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES (KSA’s): The ideal candidate will have the ability to perform a wide variety of communication and marketing skills in a fast-paced environment. The preferred candidate will have good knowledge of the principles and practices of journalism, public relations, advertising, marketing and mass communications; the ability to develop and deliver public information programs; and excellent written and oral communication skills. The preferred candidate will have three years of experience in professional public information work, news or feature writing, broadcast news, public relations, advertising or related fields and have a background in hunting, fishing, shooting sports or off-highway vehicles.

To apply, click on www.azstatejobs.gov

For Arizona Game & Fish, use keyword AGF

23.) Public Relations Account Executive, Martz Agency, Scottsdale, AZ

Responsibilities

– Be the key liaison between the Agency and client managing all phases of client projects and PR programs

– Write media advisories, press releases, fact sheets and other press kit materials, including bios and backgrounders

– Successfully pitch stories to the media and coordinate interviews and photo shoots, as well as speaking points

– Maintain media lists and editorial calendars and pitch media as deemed appropriate

– Collect estimates from vendors, prepare event timelines and provide on-site event coordination

– Participate in the research of new business presentations and prepare materials

– Visit client’s offices and learn about their operations and business history as well as previous Public Relations successes and failures.

– Work with the creative and advertising departments when required. Expand on ideas and suggest various methods of implementation such as media relations, special events, community outreach and other tactics

– Have a good understanding of all other departments within the Agency and how they can work together on behalf of your clients

Qualifications

Degree in journalism, marketing communications, etc.

3 – 5 years of experience in Public Relations

Creative ability and imagination

Excellent communication and sales skills

Ability to move from concepts to concrete expression of ideas

Ability to work under pressure

For immediate consideration, please forward your resume along with salary requirements to careers@martzagency.com.

24.) Business Development Manager, Commercial Builder (represented by Small Giants), Phoenix, AZ

Small Giants is representing a leading commercial builder seeking a Business Development Manager to develop strong relationships with clients, and the business community in key strategic market sectors. The ideal candidate will have strong networking and relationship-building skills. Candidate will have strong abilities in targeting new business. This position reports to the Vice President of Business Development.

The successful candidate will have a strong base of industry relationships in both the public and private market and posses the drive and desire to leverage these relationships into project pursuits. The Business Development Manager will be involved in the entire business development process, from identifying opportunities, leading the proposal and presentation process through to contract negotiations, and at several points during preconstruction and construction to ensure that all client expectations are met.

The company offers excellent benefits and a competitive salary.

Summary of responsibilities:

1. Lead all business development efforts, including working closely with the marketing staff throughout the entire proposal development process.

2. Evaluates the Phoenix market and provides strategic and tactical direction to the business development function. Includes providing innovative direction into new markets, appropriate support analysis and recommendations to the Vice President/District Manager of Business Development.

3. Monitors competitive activity and project pursuits with several key market sectors.

4. Create and maintain project pursuits, potential clients, and active client database.

5. Responsible for networking with developers, owners, architects, engineers and representatives from the public and private sectors. Industry and community involvement is highly encouraged.

6. Provide strategic leadership and coordinate internal resources for RFP responses and client presentations. Strategic decision making in proposing the appropriate team members in front of the client prior to the RFP and Presentation.

Skills:

The successful candidate will have strong communication skills (presentation, verbal and written); attention to detail; and a proven track record of developing relationships with clients that lead to the selling of services to those clients.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in construction, engineering architecture, marketing or business. Minimum 10 years experience of post collegiate experience in construction, design, development or related field coupled with 4 years experience selling these services. Knowledge of Microsoft Office. Successful candidate will be a self starter with the ability to work in a team environment.

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.

To CONFIDENTIALLY inquire about this position (Reference Job #2111) or send your resume, please contact:

Lisa Barry

marketingjobs@smallgiantsonline.com

25.) Web Marketing Coordinator, GateWay Community College, Phoenix, AZ

Do you want an opportunity to work for the greater good while still working on the latest Interactive Marketing projects? If so, GateWay Community College is looking for you.

Our Web site needs a function life and a face lift and we have opportunities to implement the latest online marketing strategies and maximize on Web 2.0 trends – but we are missing the organized, energetic and professional marketer to plan, implement and manage projects to completion.

What we are looking for:

* Interactive marketing experience

* Knowledgeable on the latest online marketing strategy and tactics

* Working knowledge of web site best practices, web site development, design, writing for the Web and marketing (no need to be a programmer, we want a marketer)

* Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects efficiently

* Excellent oral and written communication skills for effective communication to internal and external clients, staff and management

* Passion for learning the latest interactive marketing strategies, technologies and techniques

* Able to thrive in a fast-paced, self-starter environment

* A belief in the value of higher education and a desire to help the college achieve its goals

Responsibilities will include:

* Strategize, plan, implement and follow through to completion on a Web site re-design project

* Manage email marketing campaigns and reporting

* Recommend, design, manage and report on landing pages, micro sites or other Web pages as needed

* Writes and reviews all content for the college's web site pages using Microsoft Content Management System

* Optimize Web pages and create new strategies to ensure effective SEO

* Organize and manage all external and internal personnel and tasks needed for successful implementation to include overall web marketing and e-commerce strategies

* Create detailed project plans, timelines and schedules

* Recommend new systems and processes, and improvements in operations

* Manage day-to-day aspects of a project

* Whatever it takes to get the job done!

Minimum Qualifications:

* Experience in creating and implementing web sites and landing pages

* Experience with direct e-marketing initiatives and e-mail campaign strategies and online marketing analytics

* Experience in search engine optimization; creating databases to monitor and deliver reports of online traffic and campaign results

* Knowledge of online marketing best practices, usability, information architecture, user-centered content development and graphic design; copy writing and editing, writing for the web and e-mail

* Excellent oral and written communication skills

* Experience establishing cooperative working relationships

Desired Qualifications:

* Three or more years of experience in the field of web marketing

* Bachelor's degree preferred in related field such as marketing, information technology, web technology and design.

Starting Salary Range (DOE):

$45,830- $54,483

How to Apply:

Do not apply by email, must follow official application instructions found at:

http://www.maricopa.edu/hrweb/staff.php

26.) Production Specialist, McMurry, Phoenix, AZ

Job Requirements:

As the creator of marketing communications for local, national, and international clients, McMurry is at the top of its game. Are you at the top of yours? Because to get where we’re going we need a results-oriented Production Specialist for our Professional Resources team in our Phoenix , Arizona office.

We are looking for a person with excellent organizational abilities who can serve as the central point for all production trafficking of B2B newsletters and a host of ancillary products. Knowledge of print production and familiarity with Adobe InDesign are desired.

Major responsibilities for the position include:

* Create and maintain schedules for both editorial and marketing, monitor staff adherence to those schedules and ensure deadlines are met.

* Handle all communications with printers and vendors (print orders, ap provals, bids, purchasing, billing, etc.)

* Send editorial files to printers; carry out the proofing/ ap proval process.

* Facilitate lettershop process for direct mail efforts.

* Focus on all postage-related issues.

* Work with specialty vendors to help develop new premiums.

* Manage production-related server files and versioning information for materials.

* Proofread editorial and marketing copy.

* Post editorial and marketing content to Web site.

* Create final linked PDFs for email distribution.

* Make editorial changes from editors using InDesign.

Please e-mail your resume w/salary history to resumes@mcmurry.com, Attn: Amy Wimmer. NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. Drug testing required. Smoke-free workplace. EOE.

About Our Company:

The best place to work in Phoenix , AZ. The coolest place to work. The best job I’ve ever had. That’s how people describe McMurry! Numerous workplace excellence awards, 48 benefits, a values-driven culture, open-book management, fiscal strength, empowerment, and an award-winning staff make McMurry a great place to work. Come see what we're all about at MCMURRY.COM.

27.) Head of Communications and Resource Development, Interpeace, Geneva, Switzerland

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-744JET

28.) Managing Editor, MARCUS EVANS, London, UK

http://jobs.guardian.co.uk/browse/media/general/vacancy-w107600.html

29.) Director of Communications , BBC World Service Trust, London, United Kingdom http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-73XJED

30.) Senior Account Executive-Corporate/Social Marketing, Ketchum, Washington DC

http://www.ketchum.com/DisplayWebPage/0,1943,3414,00.html

*** From Aliya Brodsky:

31.) New Media Specialist, Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, DC

The Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global

Warming is seeking a highly motivated individual to take charge

of developing web-based internet platform to highlight the

challenges and solutions regarding global warming and energy

independence. The Select Committee was established by Speaker

Pelosi to signal that these issues are of special concern to the

public and the world. The Committee is chaired by Rep. Edward

Markey, who is also a senior member of the House Energy and

Commerce Committee, the Natural Resources Committee and the

Committee on Homeland Security.

Qualifications: Candidates must demonstrate significant

experience, creativity and effectiveness in initiating and

implementing web-based issue campaigns to educate the public.

Job Description: The New Media Specialist would have

principal responsibility for web-based communications, reporting

to the Communications Director and the Staff Director.

Application Procedure: To apply, email a cover letter

specifying your interest in the New Media Specialist position,

including particular issues of focus, if any, with a resume and

a brief writing sample. Send to aliya.brodsky at mail.house.gov

Communications Officer, Third Wave Foundation, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=180000031

32.) Internship (Public Information), UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Brussels, Belgium

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-745JGK

*** From Adam Sidel:

Hi Ned.

I have included an announcement below re: a position I am currently looking to fill. I would greatly appreciate it if you could post the announcement to the JOTW listserv.

Thanks!

-Adam Sidel

33.) CREATIVE DIRECTOR, Cabin John, MD

OVERVIEW:

A Cabin John, MD-based company is looking to hire a Creative Director into a full-time, staff position. The company produces materials and curricula which are intended to make legible and fluent handwriting an easy and automatic skill for grade school students.

Brainstorm Creative Resources is assisting in this hiring effort, and is currently seeking candidates for the position.

JOB SUMMARY:

The Creative Director will lead and mentor a group designers to support all of the company’s business units in developing and flawlessly executing products, packaging and collateral that support the companies overall business strategies and positioning.

The Creative Director will consult with internal staff to produce design projects and identify new innovations and opportunities. This role develops print and online strategies and develops and implements consistently branded and user-friendly products, packaging materials, marketing collateral and online media.

The Creative Director also understands the design expectations of the education industry along with this company’s unique visual communication objectives.

JOB DUTIES:

• Responsible for the creation, conceptualization and design of any and all of campaigns and projects, including products, packaging materials, marketing collateral and online media – from conceptual ideas, rough content, and draft layouts to finished product.

• Lead and participate in brainstorming and discussion of concepts and creative ideas for both product development and marketing related to look, feel and visual impact.

• Collaborate with marketing staff, product development staff and staff writer to develop creative concepts.

• Manage, coach, direct and inspire graphic design team.

• Manage multiple priorities, deadlines, projects and people efficiently and seamlessly.

• Ensure concepts, rounds and final mechanicals are accurate and error-free, including file construction and organization.

• Apply established knowledge of print design, layout, papers, print processes and techniques that best fit each print project; mentor and coach other team members in this area.

• Art direct photo shoots as required.

• Remain up-to-date on the latest developments in software applications and printing techniques and proactively identify and recommend appropriate software packages and applications for the company’s design environment as they become available.

• Ensure ongoing training and mastery of new software applications and printing techniques for entire graphic design team as appropriate.

• Ensure that the integrity of the company’s identity (logo, colors, name, fonts, etc.) is reflected in every product.

REQUIRED EDUCATION / SKILLS:

• B.A. or B.S. required (or significant equivalent work experience).

• 8+ years related experience in design and art direction.

• Excellent artistic aptitude for type, design, color and concept required.

• Fluent knowledge of all stages of graphic design from concept to production required, including prepress/print ready file knowledge and understanding of printing process and efficiencies.

• Advanced knowledge of illustration, page layout, typography, color theory, digital photography, imaging, PDF workflows, file prep, print and proofing.

• Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.

• Excellent organizational skills with the ability to handle multiple projects at once while completing quality work on a timely basis.

• Management and supervisory experience.

• Ability to coach others to enhance their skills.

• Ability to work effectively in a management relationship with offsite employees.

• Excellent interpersonal skills in dealing with staff and vendors.

• Strong decision making skills.

• Ability to excel in a rapidly changing environment.

• Expertise with MS Office.

• Experience with Adobe Creative Design Suite 2 (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat) and Quark Xpress 6.0.

• Experience with design for online media; familiarity with HTML and CSS and online design constraints.

• Exceptional attention to detail.

• Ability to travel:

– Approximately 4 trips per year.

– Approximately 10 travel days per year.

– Approximately 5% of working time.

SALARY:

Commensurate with experience and current market requirements. A broad range, determine by Brainstorm Creative Resources, is: $70K to $95K. Qualified candidates can expect to receive specific salary information from Brainstorm Creative Resources, which has been provided by the employer, after their resumes and sample works have been reviewed.

APPLICATION:

Please submit a resume and at least five samples of your design work to candidate@brainstormresources.com. Acceptable file formats include: MS Word, PDF, JPEG and TIFF. Please direct us to your online resume and/or portfolio if appropriate.

Please include job code 0706HWTa in the subject line of your e-mail.

Candidates must currently be living in the contiguous United States. Only candidates live within a commutable distance of Washington, DC should apply. Applicants not currently living in Washington, DC, Maryland or Virginia, or who inquire without a resume and/or work samples should not expect to receive a response.

34.) Account Manager, Corporate/Technology, Ketchum, London, UK

http://www.ketchum.com/DisplayWebPage/0,1943,1316,00.html

*** From Sterling Eason:

Ned, I am reposting this job but still want to keep the client confidential. Can you add to JOTW if you have space? Again, thank you for such a wonderful newsletter—always fun to read. Best, Sterling Eason p.s. I am a headhunter for NYC agency that is filling this for our client who wants to remain anonymous. Thanks!

Sterling Eason

35.) Strategic Communications Consultant (FTE), Leading Financial Service Institution, San Francisco, CA

This is a very interesting role with dual responsibilities – communications and chief of staff elements. Not just a communications role! Excellent exposure to and experience with a very dynamic group of this large Financial Services company.

Reporting Relationship

The Strategic Communications Consultant (SCC) will report to the SVP of Strategic Planning for the financial services company, who is based in San Francisco. The Strategic Communications Consultant will work closely with both the SVP of Strategic Planning as well with the President of the division in order to support the executive and management communications needs for the President. The Strategic Communications Consultant will also partner directly with the VP of Communications to align both the internal and external content and messages of the President with overall communications strategy and themes for the broader organization and general media community outside the company.

Roles and Responsibilities

The SCC is responsible for researching, compiling, writing, editing and preparing internal and external speeches and key business presentations for the President of the Division. The SCC will also assist the head of Strategic Planning in executive administration such as setting agendas, taking minutes, and following up on action plans between the Division’s Operations and Strategic Reviews and various other business unit functional reviews. Attending the latter forums, will enable the SCC to learn the business and also be current with business trends, decisions and thinking of the overall group. As a member the strategic planning unit, the SCC will also be able to access information and data easily from peers as well as get necessary input and review from the head of the Strategic Planning.

The audience for speech and business presentations varies from front line team members in the various operations sites, middle managers, to senior management. The content can also vary greatly from “meet and greet” speeches, to team member recognition, descriptive line of business presentations to other lines of business, leadership and diversity speeches to more formal business presentation. Financial and strategic planning presentations will be the primary responsibility of those functional areas but the SCC would also play a role in helping to craft the executive messages of the presentation. Internal methods of communication include written, video and in person presentations. External audiences include business specific industry conferences as well as general conference speeches on leadership and diversity.

The SCC will work closely with the VP Communications who will be responsible for setting overall internal and PR communications strategy. The SCC will coordinate the speech schedule for the President with the head of Communications and agree on roles and responsibilities for each occurrence. The SCC will also work with the event planner of the communications group on the President’s speeches and presentations at Town Halls, the Leadership Forum, New Hire Orientation, Service Conference, Webcasts, etc. The VP of communications will remain responsible for the overall calendar and logistics of communications events and for recommending and planning specific communications vehicles for the group which involves more than just the President and covers the communications needs of her senior team.

The SCC will support the head of Strategic Planning in setting draft agendas for the monthly Operations Review and the quarterly Strategic Reviews. These agendas will then be reviewed for final ratification by the President. The SCC will ensure that presentation materials for the meeting are ready and circulated in a timely manner. He/she will sit in these reviews and be responsible for taking minutes, noting particularly decisions, follow up action items, and assignment of accountability and timelines. The SCC will assist the head of Strategic Planning and the President to ensure proper follow-up between meetings and take on ad hoc assignments as requested. The SCC will also have the opportunity to sit through selective functional reviews to maintain up to date knowledge on the progress and results of various units.

Career Path

The SCC position is designed to lead the successful candidate into a broader career path at the company than communications, after he or she proves to be a high potential performer. The position can be viewed as a stepping stone into other areas of the business depending on the candidate’s specific aptitude, interests, capabilities, performance and prior experience. The SCC is expected to take on this assignment for 30-36 months.

Professional Qualifications

The Strategic Communications Consultant will already have an emerging track record of success in their field. He or she can have demonstrated this track record in either in a more classical communications role or in other fields that rely heavily on digesting information quickly and turning the information into excellent business communications at a senior level. Prior experience in consulting or other executive staff support roles are therefore, also suitable background in addition to straight communications or journalism experience. While this role will not require any people management, the SCC will be considered an important leader in the organization due to the nature and content of his/her work. The SCC must be willing to travel upon request; travel is not likely to be more than once a month. Business experience in administration or project management would also be considered a plus for the candidate that has the following background:

• BA/BS College Degree, Graduate degree preferred

• 8+ years experience writing, editing, and producing a range of communications materials for varied audiences, not strictly speech writing

• Proven track record as expert communicator for executive level business communications

• Business experience within financial services is essential

• Extensive Powerpoint and Excel experience necessary

Personal Attributes

Beyond experience, the right personal style and attitude are critical to success in this role. The Strategic Communications Consultant will be recognized as:

• Dedicated, organized, enthusiastic, driven and performance-oriented

• Possessing a strong work ethic and strong sense of self and shared accountability

• Demonstrated passion for learning, reading and aptitude to digest quickly

• Demonstrated passion for leadership and diversity values

• Strategic thinker, analyst and communicator

• Strong listener

• Able to master complex information in quantity and translate it into simple straight forward messages for various audiences

• A true team player and collaborator, translating prior knowledge and experience into strong and productive relationships internally and externally

• Able to influence manage and exercise situational leadership, but exhibit flexibility

• A respected business partner who adds value to his/her superiors and the broader team

• Possessing an impeccable reputation for integrity, accuracy, confidentiality, and consistency

• Able to retain big picture orientation and demonstrate business acumen

• Goal minded and able to respond quickly and mobilize resources and information to accomplish objectives

• Self starter but knowing how and when to ask for help

Please have cover letter/resume/writing sample/compensation history sent to: season@skyron.com. No calls at this time, please.

36.) Regional Communications Coordinator, World Conservation Union, Bangkok, Thailand

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7435LK

*** From Leslie Toby:

Hi,

Could you please post the attached jobs on your site? If you have questions or need anything else let me know.

Thanks!

Leslie Toby

H&R Block

Human Resources

ph: 816.854.4334

fax: 816.854.8031

ltoby@hrblock.com

37.) Manager, Media Relations (U.S. Tax Liaison), H&R Block, Kansas City, MO

H&R Block is a progressive company dedicated to helping our clients achieve their financial objectives by serving as their tax and financial partner. If you have the following requirements and would like to explore a career with Block, please apply below. PRINCIPALS ONLY, PLEASE RESPOND.

JOB SUMMARY

Plans, recommends, develops and implements media relations campaigns that support and/or protect H&R Block's brand and reputation, strategic objectives, products and services, and competitive position within the H&R Block branded businesses.

Serves as the liaison to Tax Services, identifying media relations tactics that will best support the business unit's key objectives. Coordinates the development and implementation of those tactics with other members of the Media Relations team and by directing the activities of public relations agencies and contractors. Supervises an assistant manager who provides media relations direction, materials and support to the field U.S. Tax managers and Marketing's Regional Marketing Managers for U.S. Tax.

Provides strategic counsel on media issues to corporate officers and to senior leaders and field managers primarily on Tax Services issues.

Manages and executes media relations strategies during crisis situations to ensure the company's position is heard and understood and minimal harm comes to the company's brand and reputation.

Minimum Requirements

Education

These skills are acquired through the completion of a bachelor's degree in Journalism, Communications, Public Relations, or related field.

Experience

1. Minimum of 5 years of progressive public relations experience.

2. Excellent written and oral communications skills. Strong presentation skills to communicate and persuade a wide range of audiences.

3. Effective project management skills and the ability to balance short and long-term priorities.

4. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of public relations principles and practices.

5. Proven success in working with outside vendors, such as public relations and design firms.

6. Demonstrated ability to effectively work with print, broadcast and online media.

7. Demonstrated creative ability and analytical skills.

8. Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment and under extreme pressure.

Preferred Qualifications

1. Prior experience in corporate communications with a public company.

2. Prior experience with a public relations firm or broadcast/print media.

3. Extensive experience writing press releases for senior level executives.

Technical skills

• Proficiency in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

Management

• A minimum of two years of leadership experience.

Please apply directly at: http://www2.openhire.com/epostings/jobs/submit.cfm?fuseaction=dspjob&jobid=152475&company_id=15644&version=1

38.) Director, Associate Communications, H&R Block, Kansas City, MO

H&R Block is a progressive company dedicated to helping our clients achieve their financial objectives by serving as their tax and financial partner. If you have the following requirements and would like to explore a career with Block, please apply below. PRINCIPALS ONLY, PLEASE RESPOND.

JOB SUMMARY

Develops and oversees the implementation of strategies, objectives, plans, messages, programs and measurement/evaluation of enterprisewide associate communications that support the vision, mission and priorities of the company overall and its business units.

Develops and executes associate communications across a range of vehicles and channels to broadly communicate key messages and information. Creates enterprisewide communications platforms, including but not limited to BlockCentral intranet and Around the Block meetings, and ensures these are effectively and efficiently utilized. Determines content and calendar of communications messaging; creates/writes/edits selected materials; manages internal staff and relationships with outside contractors and vendors.

Collaborates with Retail Tax Services, Digital Tax Solutions, Consumer Financial Services and RSM McGladrey both on dissemination of enterprisewide messages to their business unit associates, and on identifying opportunities to develop communication messages from or about the businesses to be disseminated enterprisewide. Interfaces with corporate staff departments to identify and convey messages and information to associates. Supports year-round communications within the business units, especially those that are Block branded, helping each to identify content and strategies to further their business goals.

QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Requirements

Education

Bachelor's degree in Journalism, Communications, Public Relations, or related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Experience

1. Minimum of 10 years of progressive corporate communications experience including at least five years focused on internal communications.

2. Ability to manage staff and independent contractors.

3. Effective project management skills including the ability to prioritize and balance multiple short- and long-term projects; ability to plan and organize activities in an accurate and timely manner.

4. Excellent interpersonal skills to include oral and written communication. Strong presentation skills to communicate with and persuade a wide range of audiences.

5. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of general communications principles and practices

6. In-depth demonstrated knowledge and understanding of internal communications, including both traditional print and face-to-face message delivery channels as well as newer/emerging technology-based channels including webcasts, podcasts, message boards, chats and blogs.

7. Ability to become integrated into and thoroughly understand the businesses.

8. Proven success in selecting and working with outside vendors, such as A/V and internet communications firms for creative and staging services, design firms and public relations agencies.

9. Demonstrated editorial ability and analytical skills, including quick development of creative, interestingly written/presented materials.

10. Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment and under extreme pressure.

Preferred Qualifications

1. Experience with a public relations firm, A/V services firm or broadcast/print media.

2. Masters' degree in journalism, communications, public relations or other related field or equivalent combination of education and training.

Technical skills

• Proficiency in use of a Windows-based computer system, including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint software and navigating on the Internet

• Understanding of video development and production

• Understanding of webcasts, podcasts, message boards, chats, blogs and other emerging communications technologies

Management

• A minimum of five years of leadership experience.

Please apply directly at: http://www2.openhire.com/epostings/jobs/submit.cfm?fuseaction=dspjob&jobid=164607&company_id=15644&version=1

39.) Director of Development and Community Relations, Learning Community Charter School, Jersey City, New Jersey

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=180200002

*** From Yolanda Yox:

We have two openings available:

Yolanda Yox

Staff Resources Assistant

DAVIES

805.963.5929 office

805.456.0522 facsimile

40.) Assistant Account Executive, BLAZE PR, Santa Monica, California

www.blazepr.com

41.) Account Executive, BLAZE PR, Santa Monica, California

www.blazepr.com

42.) Associate Executive Director (Director of Strategic Communications), The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

http://jobs.adagetalentworks.com/JobSeekerX/ViewJob.asp?JobID=d9RWDCTYttbbtNnIwAofk1EL1w

43.) Corporate Communications Manager, Wells Fargo India Solutions Pvt. Ltd. , Hitec City, Hyderabad, India

http://corp.naukri.com/mynaukri/mn_newminnernew.php?filename=280507001873&othersrcp=2315&searchloc=yahoofeed

*** From Almina Khorakiwala

44.) Vice President, Public Relations, Walker Marchant Group, Washington, DC

The Walker Marchant Group, a fast growing Washington DC public relations firm seeks seasoned public relations professional for the position of vice president.

The Vice President is a senior level professional who develops and manages accounts independently. He/she provides strategic counsel on accounts and is responsible for maintaining and growing existing accounts and identifying and winning new business. The Vice President provides proactive leadership to accounts, staff and clients.

The Vice President should be a strategic thinker with 8 – 10 years of public relations experience with a minimum of 5 years agency experience. The right candidate will have managed staff and multiple accounts. He/she will have solid media relations experience, excellent writing and verbal skills, as well as be a team player who is deadline oriented and able to operate in a fast paced environment.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Eric Williams at Eric@walkermarchant.com. Please put VICE PRESIDENT in the subject line.

45.) Director, Development and Communications, Program Director, Support Network for Battered Women, Sunnyvale, California

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=180100048

46.) PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER, MS&L, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

http://www.bayt.com/app/sections/work/employer/job/jb_preview_chooser.adp?xid=311618

47.) Media & Public Information Assistant/Officer, International Organization for Migration, Jakarta, Indonesia

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-73Y9QG

*** From Jane Day Rich:

Hi Ned, could you please post this position in Job of the Week? Many Thanks,

Jane

Jane Day Rich

Recruiting Director

Public Strategies, Inc.

Direct Line: 847-433-0346

Cell: 202-230-4300

http://www.pstrategies.com

http://www.wpp.com

48.) Media Relations Manager, Public Strategies, Plano, TX

“We're looking for a Media Relations Manager to work in Plano, TX. The

position requires 5-10 years of media relations experience with significant recent work in the healthcare industry. This person will develop, produce and coordinate news releases; pitch and place articles, fact sheets and other media relations products; and help produce podcasts for special events. He/she must also have strategic and tactical public relations skills and be able to be successful in a multi-functional business environment.

We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits (i.e., we cover 100% of an employee's medical, dental and vision premiums). We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

If you are interested in being considered, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@pstrategies.com.

Please note: candidates who don't have healthcare experience (e.g.,

provider or agency side) will not be considered.”

49.) Executive Director of Public Policy and Communications

Citizen Schools, Boston, MA or Washington, DC

http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=12985

*** From Heidi Strom Moon:

50.) Senior Project Manager/Web Producer, CDG Interactive, Washington, DC

Us: Webby Award-winning interactive design firm in the heart of Dupont Circle with an ever-expanding list of big clients and fun, engaging projects.

You: Project rock star. Lives and breathes the Web. You love talking to clients, even when they don’t love you. You can manage all areas of an interactive project, from information design to strategy, design to technology. You can talk to the creatives and techies alike. You will keep the trains running on time by trafficking projects, assigning tasks, and meeting deadlines, always with an eye towards budgets. You will be involved from the very beginning of projects, identifying client goals and drafting scopes of work and proposals. And you will maintain and develop client relationships by always exceeding expectations.

Does this sound like who you are or who you want to be? Here’s the fine print:

Responsibilities

 plan and monitor core project components (deliverables, schedule, budget) with Director of Client Services

 work with creative teams from the earliest concept stage forward to ensure the representation of client needs

 develop intelligent approaches to information design and architecture

 be the company’s main client contact on a daily or weekly basis through meetings and written correspondence

 hold project status meetings and author weekly production status reports

 ensure that proposed creative concepts can be produced within client specified timeframes and budgets

 day-to-day management of team contributors

Requirements

 strong business communication skills

 prior experience (3-5 years) as an interactive PM in an agency environment or directly related experience

 Bachelors degree

Preferred Experience

While not required, we prefer candidates with as much of the following background as possible.

 strong leadership, organization, and project planning experience

 ability to delegate tasks and responsibilities to inside and outside resources

 strong familiarity with the state of the web from a business and aesthetic perspective

 strong familiarity with usability standards and best practices

 technical knowledge of the web and the software quality assurance process

 proficiency with MS Office software including MS Visio

 experience analyzing and developing content architectures and information design solutions

Please send resumes to hr@cdginteractive.com

51.) Creative Director, Flying Horse Communication, Bozeman, MT

Would you like to live 10 minutes from the office?

Would you like to have easy access to world class skiing and other amazing outdoor activities?

Would you like to do work as good as your've been doing in the big city?

Would you like to work with people every bit as talented as those you have been working with?

Would you like to check out our website? www. fhcommunication.com

Would you like to contact our CEO? mike@fhcommunication.com

WOULD YOU LIKE TO LIVE LONGER?

http://jobs.adagetalentworks.com/JobSeekerX/ViewJob.asp?JobID=ks4azAZZ7eJ4wFnwWCN%2FX0YcCaY

52.) Communications Director, Corporate Accountability International, Boston, Massachusetts

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=180100064

53.) Public Health and Behavior Change and Communications Specialist, CHF International, Banda Aceh, Indonesia http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-743L7K

*** From Coleridge Collymore:

Ned – A job opportunity for your 6/18 JOTW newsletter. Thanks in advance for including it.

Coleridge Collymore

Employment Officer

Academy for Educational Development (AED)

1825 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 800

Washington, DC 20009-5721

+1 (202) 884-8641 (Voice)

+1 (202) 884-8413 (Fax)

www.aed.org

54.) Senior Health Communication and Marketing Manager, Center for Health Communication (CHC), Washington, D.C

Project Summary: 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.

Position Summary: The Senior Health Communication and Marketing Manager will be responsible for leading the design, development and evaluation of multiple national and community-based health promotion projects.

Essential Job Functions:

Provide strategic guidance, program development and direction for multiple public health/social marketing programs;

Manage all phases of program implementation, oversee quality control and ensure that the program objectives are met;

Oversight of health communication/public relations and social marketing campaign development and implementation;

Development of health communication products including media materials, consumer and provider education products, training and technical assistance products, backgrounders and issue summaries;

Management and oversight of technical assistance and training systems;

Development and maintenance of program partnerships;

Oversight of formative and summative health communications research;

Planning and delivering presentations at workshops, seminars and conferences;

Supervision and oversight of professional development of Center staff;

Participation in cross-Center and -Group collaborations; contribute to the overall planning and direction of Center activities by participating in meetings, reviewing documents and putting forth ideas; and Contribute substantially to new business development efforts.

Education: Masters in one of the following or related fields: Communications, Marketing and Public Health required or equivalent combination of education and work experience.

Experience: 10 year(s) of relevant experience required

Specific Knowledge Requirements:

Masters degree in public health, communication marketing or related field required, or a combination of education and experience.

Minimum 10 years of experience managing and directing health communication and social marketing programs for federal health clients

Skills: Ability to manage large, complicated and demanding projects under tight deadlines;

Demonstrated skills in writing, editing and effective dissemination of information to wide audiences. (Writing samples will be required);

Strong client relations skills that leads to high client satisfaction;

Ability to set priorities, meets deadlines, pay attention to details and handle a variety of responsibilities efficiently and effectively;

Ability to apply research to program development;

Excellent written and verbal communication skills;

Demonstrated ability to think and write clearly, creatively and persuasively.

Interested applicants should send resume with cover letter referencing position #CC7150umc 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.

55.) Senior Editor- Healthcare, The Hospital of Saint Raphael, New Haven, CT

http://www.sunoasis.com/healthcareed.html

56.) Website Manager/Communications Associate, ArtsConnection, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=180300013

57.) Assistant Editor, Center for American Progress, Washington, D.C.

The Center for American Progress has an immediate opening for an Assistant Editor. The Assistant Editor will be the primary copy editor for the Center, assuring the quality of publications ranging from research reports to daily columns. Working in a fast-paced, journalistic environment as part of the team responsible for the production of both print and Web content, the Assistant Editor will also have the opportunity to write and package content for the Web. The Center for American Progress provides a very competitive compensation and benefits package.

The Center for American Progress is an equal opportunity employer.

To apply, simply e-mail your Word resume and cover letter attachments to: Jobs@AmericanProgress.org. Or you may write to:

Employment Opportunities

Center for American Progress

1333 H Street, 10th Floor

Washington, D.C. 20005

In your correspondence please reference the exact title of the job you are applying for.

Thank you for your interest in the Center for American Progress.

The full description may be found at

http://www.americanprogress.org/aboutus/jobs

58.) Online Communications and Fundraising Coordinator, MADRE, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=180000054

59.) PR and Development Assistant, National Association for Visually Handicapped, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=180000033

60.) Communication Specialist, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=180100052

61.) Director of External Relations, Fight For Children, Washington, D.C.

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=180100067

*** From David Imre:

Ned-

Could you please run these two openings in your next issue………

Thank you….and BTW, Lisa Along is our new HR Director and may be getting these to you in the future.

Thanks.

Dave

David Imre

davei@imrecommunications.com

Phone: 410.821.8220

Mobile: 410.591.5500

Fax: 410.821.5619

http://www.imrecommunications.com

Imre Communications — capturing the imagination.

Imre Communications, LLC is an MS&L Global Network Member.

62.) Account Supervisor H&B, Imre Communications, Baltimore, MD

Integrated brand communications firm with national B2B and B2C client base seeks client service professional for an Account Supervisor position in its Baltimore, MD office. Dynamic and supportive team environment, competitive salary and benefits. Develop strategy and communications plans, direct client account services and manage account teams. 8+ years' direct agency experience; Requires Bachelor's degree in public relations or related field; proven success developing research-based, results-driven campaigns; strong client relations skills; strategic planning skills, APR and experience in the Home & Building industry preferred. Send resume and salary requirements to jobs@imrecommunications.com. For more info, go to http://www.imrecommunications.com

63.) Account Supervisor – Insurance, Imre Communications, Baltimore, MD

Integrated brand communications firm with national B2B and B2C client base seeks client service professional for an Account Supervisor position in its Baltimore, MD office. Develop strategy and communications plans, direct client account services and manage account teams. 8+ years' direct agency experience; or client-side experience; Successful team management; Requires Bachelor's degree in public relations or related field; proven success developing research-based, results-driven campaigns; strong client relations skills; strategic planning skills are a must. Consumer product good experience as well as business to business PR is highly desirable. APR and experience in the Insurance Industry is preferred. Send resume and salary requirements to jobs@imrecommunications.com. For more info, go to http://www.imrecommunications.com

64.) Policy and External Relations Officer, Global Development, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Seattle, Washington

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-743MAC

65.) Senior Public Affairs and Communications Officer, Global

Development Advocacy, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Seattle, Washington http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-743MBJ

66.) Deputy Editor & Writers, Trends Publishing International, Auckland, NZ

Do you hear that sound? Opportunity is knocking!

Due to international expansion plans for 2007, we need top quality

people to join our growing team.

Trends continues to look for new ways to combine media forms and to

create interesting and informative material for the home interest and

commercial design markets.

We are currently looking for skilled people to join our Editorial

department, in the following

positions:

* Deputy Editor

* Writers

Our culture is about working together to produce the best products we

can for our clients and readers, and to drive ourselves to work to the

best of our ability. We need commonsense people with the same core

values as us: teamwork, confidence, energy, adaptability, initiative,

integrity, and a strong customer service focus.

To find out more about this vacancy or other opportunities, visit the

job section of our website http://www.trendsideas.com to view the job

description, or send your CV to jobs@trendsideas.com

Applicants must be eligible to work in New Zealand and attend interviews

at our Auckland office.

Previous applicants need not apply.

*** From Deborah Kaufman:

Mr. Lundquist–We're working on the following opening – pls see copy, below- could you please include in the next JOTW email? Many thanks!

Deborah

67.) Senior Writer/Online Marketing Communications Manager, healthcare corporation, Houston, Texas

Our client, a Texas-headquartered, leading healthcare corporation is seeking an experienced and dynamic senior-level writer/online marketing communications professional. The ideal candidate will be a creative and strategic thinker with sound judgment and a passion for writing. The senior writer/marcom pro will be charged with “owning” the firm's newly-unveiled Physician Practice Management Online Educational/Networking WebPortal, and for ensuring consistency in the corporation's external & internal communications vehicles. Information is below; interested candidates can email us a copy of their resume.

Title: Senior Writer/Online Marketing Communications Manager

Type: Healthcare Corporation (privately-held)

Location: Houston, TX (please note: client will relocate qualified out-of-area candidates )

Reports to: Director-Marketing & Communications

Summary: The Senior Writer/Online Marketing Communications Manager will have a passion for writing, and will “own” the company's newly-launched Physician Practice Management Online Educational/Networking WebPortal Community, tailored to oncologists. Additionally, this individual will help to drive the corporation's PR/integrated marketing communication, branding/messaging and other corporate communications functions for the corporation.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

1) Owning the Online Marketing Communications. Write, develop and manage execution of compelling content for the Physician Practice Management Online Educational/Networking WebPortal Community. This will include managing and working with IT/tech support, web graphics designer, publications manager, communications team members and other business stakeholders to keep the site updated, consistent and fresh.

2) Writing/Editorial and Messaging. Ensure that corporate-wide communications, including executive speeches (in PowerPoint topline bulleted format), Physician Practice Marketing Materials/Collateral, press releases, newsletter/magazine articles and other communications vehicles/deliverables are delivered with clear, consistent, compelling messaging that supports firm-wide goals and core values.

3) Communications/PR Support. In parternship with the Director-Communications, provide support as needed in developing news-worthy content for press releases, and “triaging” incoming requests from reporters/editors to interview company executives.

QUALIFICATIONS

– Strong and passionate writing and editing skills; skilled at writing a wide variety of materials, including web content; strong PR, marketing and communications skills; persuasive oral/presentation skills

– Bachelor's degree in Journalism, Communications, Marketing, Business, or related field required

– Minimum of 5-7+ years of progressively responsible writing, PR, communications and marketing experience within the healthcare sector required (and must be very visible in resume). Experience in the following venues are ideal:

§ Healthcare PR/communications agency;

§ Hospital; healthcare association; and/or healthcare corporate marcom department;

§ Reporter/journalist who transitioned to either a corporation and/or PR/integrated marcom agency

– Attention to detail, good organizational and prioritization skills; proven a bility to work under deadline pressure and manage multiple projects.

– Accomplished project lead who can manage projects independently; is proactive with internal drive to follow through; and has prior experience in managing/collaborating in project development/execution with a multi-disciplinary communications team

– Solid analytical and problem solving skills.

– Comfortable interacting with executives, physicians, and professionals at various levels, including the firm's senior leadership required

COMPENSATION/BENEFITS

– Highly attractive and competitive compensation and benefits, including stock options

– A talented and upbeat team focused on the quality of your career.

– The security of working for a growing, nation-wide healthcare corporation

TO APPLY: send resume (MS Word doc format — MUST list all employers with accompanying start/end date as MONTH-YEAR format) in strict confidence to:

Deborah Kaufman

Principal

ERx, Inc. – Executive Recruiters in Healthcare Marketing & Communications

Email: healthcare@erx.net

Tel: 310.578.7373

68.) Editor, Journalist & Researcher/Junior Journalist, MediaConnect, Sydney, NSW, Australia

If you're an editor or journalist with a genuine passion for media then this is your opportunity to write for a company that is having a

profound impact on the Australian media and corporate communications

industries. MediaConnect is Australia's most innovative provider of

information and services for, and about, the media. Due to our

aggressive expansion plans, we have opportunities for three talented and committed journalists to join our team.

EDITOR

As editor of MediaConnect's media and corporate communications portals, you would take over an extremely high-profile position at the epicentre of new media developments. While, you'll likely have at least three years journalism experience under your belt and a proven ability to write news and work a beat, the key attribute we're looking for is a passion for media, journalism and communications. This opportunity is made for a journalist who loves to write, but who really aspires to create media. As such, you should be entrepreneurial and have the talent and desire to lead a team and inspire a community.

JOURNALIST

If your idea of journalism is churning out press release rewrites, then please look elsewhere. As a journalist at MediaConnect, you'll be

expected to actually practice journalism. That means working a beat,

sourcing leads and telling original and interesting yarns. You would be writing for an audience of journalists and communications professionals, so there is no room for sloppy copy, lazy angles or dull interviews.

This position involves writing news, features, blogs, profiles and

creating video content and podcasts, so you should thrive on being

challenged. No particular experience mandated, just a desire to live and breathe media, do amazing journalism and achieve extraordinary things.

RESEARCHER/JUNIOR JOURNALIST

As a researcher in our media monitoring team, you'll spend your day

immersed in newspapers, magazines and websites so you should love media and reading. The role is a fantastic opportunity for a graduate seeking to break into the media world. You will have the opportunity to write news and you will be mentored towards a full-time journalism role.

Ideally, this is a full-time position, however we will consider

applications from journalism students or those interested in a part-time position.

MediaConnect's specialisation is the technology media, and while our

growth strategy revolves around expanding our coverage to encompass the wider media, all three advertised positions will be initially focused on the tech media segment, so an interest in technology or a familiarity with IT journalism would be an advantage. In all cases, salary would be commensurate with experience.

MediaConnect is located in a modern, lake-side office in the burgeoning Norwest Business Park at the end of the M2 and M7 motorways.

For more information or to apply contact Phil Sim, CEO, MediaConnect

Australia, 02-9894-6277.

69.) UNV Communications Officer, UN Volunteers, Bissau, Guinea-Bissau

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-745SC5

70.) Corporate Publicity & Communications Officer, Victoria Australian Council for Educational Research, Camberwell, VIC, Australia

The Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) is seeking a

person to fill the role of Corporate Publicity and Communications

Officer. The role assists with the overall corporate communications

function at ACER, including developing the external profile and image of ACER.

The incumbent will provide administrative support and assist with the

sourcing and preparation of news articles regarding ACER research. In

addition, the incumbent acts as a back up point of contact for

journalists seeking information or commentary from ACER.

The appointee will have a tertiary qualification, preferably in public

relations or journalism with some experience in a similar role.

Experience in working with the media as well as knowledge of the

printing and publication process is desirable. The position requires

excellent oral and written skills, including writing, subediting and

proofreading ability as well as the ability to deal with a variety of

people, including those at a senior level of company management and the media. The ability to develop a breadth of understanding about the

organisation, and where it fits into the industry is also important. A

high level of computer literacy including experience with software such as Microsoft Word, email, databases and internet applications is

required.

The appointment is for an initial term of 2 years with an expectation of further renewal upon successful performance. The position is based in Camberwell. Salary is within the range of $$50,641-$55,970 plus 17%

superannuation. ACER is an equal opportunity employer.

For a position description, go to our website

http://www.acer.edu.au/employment or further information call

03-9277-5640. Forward your application including a cover letter

addressing the selection criteria, brief resume, a sample of your

writing, preferably a media release or news article, and contact details of three referees to hr@acer.edu.au or ATT HR Officer ACER, Private Bag 55, Camberwell, Victoria, 3124, or faxed to 03-9277-5500.

Applications close on COB Wednesday 20th June 2007.

*** From Jane Albright:

Hi, Ned. Here are three communication jobs in Raleigh, here at the

University. Please add them to JOTW. Thanks!

Peace, Jane

Jane Albright

NC State University

71.) Web Writer/Editor/Producer, Office of Public Affairs, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

Salary Range: $34,216 — $55,116

NC State’s Office of Public Affairs is looking for a Web writer/editor/producer as a key member of a newly-formed Web Communications team. This position will work within a strategic Web unit that includes the Director of Web Communications, developer, designer(s) as well as other unit web designers/developers. The position will have regular interaction with senior marketing communications staff in Public Affairs as well as staff in the Department of Creative Services and Department of News Services, and other Web and communications staff throughout the university. This position is responsible for the writing and development of content for the central university website (www.ncsu.edu), currently being re-designed and re-built, as well as other identified university sites, mini-sites and on-line marketing communication efforts that may include efforts such as e-mail marketing, Flash and other multimedia presentations, small Web applications and more. In addition, the Web writer will function within the core Web team and the Office of Public Affairs in site strategy and evolution and work with the other staff in developing elements such as video features used prominently on the site, email newsletters and on-line magazines, multimedia presentations, images and virtual slideshows and other content types.

Preferred qualifications:

• News and feature writing proficiency.

• Interview and research skills.

• Headline-writing and caption-writing skills.

• Editing and proofreading skills.

• Ability to identify stories and leads and develop them.

• Ability to translate copy from various formats (news releases, background papers,

publications, etc) to a web format, ensuring readability and audience appeal.

• Ability to work in a close team effort where ongoing collaboration among team members and various interconnecting projects is a must.

• Collaborate with art directors, Flash designers, and traditional creative teams to

conceptualize and set copy strategy for online advertising campaigns, websites, and other

interactive projects

• Understanding of writing for the web and differences in developing content for this

medium.

• Work to help define content needs within website architecture.

• Understanding of content management systems and the online publishing environment.

• Knowledge of search engine optimization and implementation within web copy/websites both within content management systems and traditional web builds.

• Ability to organize multiple layers of copy and maintain consistency in voice, brand and site architecture.

• Strategic skills for analyzing current web content and making recommendations

• A general understanding of email communications and writing for this medium.

• Understanding of user-centered Web design, user interface design and a strong instinct for usability including site architecture best practices, particularly related to the organization of content.

• Ability to contribute to story planning and scheduling in cooperation with other unit writers.

• Ability to meet tight deadlines

• Knowledge of Associated Press style.

• Must be able to handle multiple projects

• Competence in the use of applicable software for editing, writing for the web and minimal web site design and image editing.

• Basic proficiency and understanding of HTML and front-end development tools such as Dreamweaver.

• Relationship-building skills conducive to building working relationships with contacts within the colleges and administrative units.

• Keep informed of market trends, consumer trends, and the competition

• Strong English written/verbal communication.

• Strong interpersonal skills and tactfulness are a must.

GRADUATION FROM A FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY PREFERABLY WITH A MAJOR IN JOURNALISM OR ENGLISH AND AT LEAST TWO YEARS EXPERIENCE IN COMMUNICATIONS, PUBLIC RELATIONS, OR PUBLICITY WORK; OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE.

Please apply online (http://jobs.ncsu.edu) by referencing position number 65592. A complete application package will include a letter of application; resume; Web and feature writing samples; and names, addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers of at least three professional references.

North Carolina State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, or disability. In addition, NC State University welcomes all persons without regard to sexual orientation and commits to diversity and equity.

72.) Multimedia/Web Designer, Office of Public Affairs, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

Salary Range: $31,697 — $50,360

NC State’s Office of Public Affairs is looking for a Multimedia/Web Designer as a key member of a newly-formed Web Communications team. This position will work within a strategic Web unit that includes the Director of Web Communications, developer and copywriter as well as other unit web designers/developers. The position will have regular interaction with senior marketing communications staff in Public Affairs as well as staff in the Department of Creative Services and Department of News Services, and other Web and communications staff throughout the university. This position is responsible for providing Web design and front-end development and programming support for the central university website (www.ncsu.edu), currently being re-designed and re-built, as well as other identified university sites, mini-sites and on-line marketing communication efforts that may include efforts such as e-mail marketing, Flash and other multimedia presentations, small Web applications and more. In addition, the Multimedia Designer position may be asked to assist in production of video to be used on the central Web site and other places. Experience in shooting and editing video as well as formatting it for Web use would be helpful. This person will regularly interface with an existing video production unit within Creative Services.

Key qualifications:

• Ability to create compelling, user-centered visual design concepts for interactive Web sites and other on-line publications, optimizing the use of screen layout and user interface

elements.

• Traditional art skills a plus

• Ability to storyboard and communicate ideas effectively

• Performs analysis of visual, structural, and functional elements of sites.

• Prepares and programs graphics for use within Web environments.

• Must be able to work with team members and clients to understand their goals and

objectives.

• Must be able to implement input and feedback from client and audience surveys and

usability testing in Web site designs.

• Balances multiple projects and works effectively as part of a creative team from concept to delivery .

• Must have experience working in higher education or at an agency with a record of

marketing/public relations work for clients with multiple audiences and many products.

• Able to design for cross-platform and cross-browser compatibility

• Understanding of designing for ADA compliance and knowledge of W3C web design guidelines and Section 508/WAI accessibility issues.

• Able to focus on aesthetics as much as user-interface, information architecture, and usability

• Strong knowledge and experience with HTML, XHTML, DHTML and experience with PHP.

• Very strong understanding of CSS1 and CSS2 including the ability to separate content from presentation and behavior (layout without using tables).

• Strong understanding of use and implementation of JavaScript as needed.

• Proficiency in using front-end development tools such as Dreamweaver, TopStyle, and Flash.

• Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign), Flash, Dreamweaver, MS Office Suite, Web browsers (cross-platform).

• Intermediate skills designing, animating and developing in Flash with ActionScripting.

• Experience designing for content management systems

• Experience working in an online publishing environment

• Ability to shoot and edit video as needed, including digital and HD formats.

• Experience with motion graphics and animation software including Flash, Director, AfterEffects, FinalCutPro or other video-editing systems.

• Basic understanding of web servers, database servers and application server technology.

• Experience working with and developing in Content Management Systems.

• Ability to contribute to the creation of prototypes at different stages of development (paper, wireframe, functional prototypes).

• Able to work in a close team effort where ongoing collaboration among team members and various interconnecting projects is a must.

• Ability to participate as a project team member and make recommendations for routine problem solutions.

• Able to work under pressure, allocate time efficiently, take direction, and give feedback in a constructive manner

• Ability to communicate and interact with hardware and software vendors as appropriate to solve problems.

• Print design experience is a plus

• Strong English written/verbal communication.

• Strong interpersonal skills and tactfulness are a must.

Graduation from a two year technical college with a major in graphic arts or design or a related field such as marketing, communications, computer science or journalism and at least five years experience in design, photography, new media (multimedia, Flash, web, etc.) or video production or graduation from a four year college or university with a major in graphic arts or design or a related field such as marketing, communications, computer science or journalism and at least three years experience in design, photography, new media (multimedia, Flash, web, etc.) or video production. Related information technology experience may be substituted year for year for the required education.

Please apply online (http://jobs.ncsu.edu) by referencing position number 65591. A complete application package will include a letter of application; resume; an on-line portfolio to include at least three Web site or Web applications you were responsible for

developing; and names, addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references.

North Carolina State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, or disability. In addition, NC State University welcomes all persons without regard to sexual orientation and commits to diversity and equity.

73.) Senior Web Developer (Technology Support Analyst or Business and Technology Applications Analyst), Office of Public Affairs, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

Salary Range: $30,000 to $68,000

NC State’s Office of Public Affairs is looking for a Web Developer as a key member of a newlyformed Web Communications team. This position will work within a strategic Web unit that includes the Director of Web Communications, writer/editor, designer(s) as well as other unit web designers/developers. The position will have regular interaction with senior marketing communications staff in Public Affairs as well as staff in the Department of Creative Services and Department of News Services, and other Web and communications staff throughout the university.

This position is responsible for providing Web development and programming support for the central university website (www.ncsu.edu), currently being re-designed and re-built, as well as other identified university sites, mini-sites and on-line marketing communication efforts that may include efforts such as e-mail marketing, Flash and other multimedia presentations, small Web applications and more. In addition, the Web Developer position will serve as one of the primary campus experts in the development within and use of a newly purchase content management system, Hannon Hill’s Cascade Server. Regular contact with the university’s information

technology division, which manages university Web and database servers, will be expected.

• Excellent understanding of user-centered design, user interface design and a strong instinct for usability.

• Thorough knowledge of industry usability standards.

• Thorough understanding of W3C web design guidelines and Section 508/WAI accessibility issues.

• Strong knowledge and experience of HTML, XHTML, DHTML as well as PHP and MySQL.

• Very strong understanding of CSS1 and CSS2 including the ability to separate content from presentation and behavior (layout without using tables).

• Ability to author XML files.

• Knowledge of formatting XML with XSLT.

• Understanding of database development including querying and data management and Web output.

• Experience with Web services development.

• Strong understanding of use and implementation of JavaScript as needed.

• Proficiency in using front-end development tools such as Dreamweaver, TopStyle, and

Flash.

• Proficiency in a graphics editing tools such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Freehand, or Fireworks.

• Solid understanding of browser compatibility issues, site architecture best practices, and

various standards applicable to Web authoring.

• Able to function in a Unix server environment and a basic understanding of web servers, database servers and application server technology.

• Experience working with and developing in Content Management Systems including establishing workflow and configuring multiple content contributors.

• Ability to learn new languages as technology evolves or strategy dictates.

• Ability to contribute to the creation of prototypes at different stages of development (paper, wireframe, functional prototypes).

• Ability to write lean and clean code with useful comments and documentation.

• Ability to implement and provide spec information on video used on the site(s).

• Able to work in a close team effort where ongoing collaboration among team members and various interconnecting projects is a must.

• Ability to participate as a project team member and make recommendations for routine problem solutions.

• Ability to mentor or train peers and others in technology solutions, including CMS use and implementation.

• Ability to communicate and Interact with hardware and software vendors as appropriate to solve problems.

• Strong English written/verbal communication.

• Strong interpersonal skills and tactfulness are a must.

Graduation from a two year technical college with a major in computer science, information technology or related area and at least five years in the information technology field related to the position’s role; or graduation from a four year college or university and at least three years experience in the information technology field related to the position’s role. Related information technology experience may be substituted year for year for the required education.

Please apply online (http://jobs.ncsu.edu) by referencing position number 65589. A complete application package will include a letter of application; resume; an on-line portfolio to include at least three Web site or Web applications you were responsible for developing; and names, addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references.

North Carolina State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, or disability. In addition, NC State University welcomes all persons without regard to sexual orientation and commits to diversity and equity.

74.) Sr. Director of Marketing Communications, Xilinx, San Jose, CA

Xilinx, Inc. is looking for a leader for its World Wide Marketing

Communications group, reporting to the VP of World Wide Marketing.

Job Responsibilities:

History of strong leadership and management capability with a global

team Ability to drive solution based marketing communications

Develop strong Xilinx brand and drive/influence implementation across

company

Financial acumen and ability to manage budget according to company

direction

Skill in discussing product strategy with key executives internal and

external to Xilinx

Job Requirements:

Ongoing education on industry and MarComm trends

MBA or related degree, ability to travel globally

15+ years of MarComm experience in a high tech environment, preferably

semiconductors

http://www.xilinx.com/hr/index.htm#marketingsj

75.) FEH Communications Manager. ORBIS Flying Eye Hospital (FEH) team

Flying Eye Hospital staff typically commit to a one-year term. This means that Flying Eye Hospital positions generally become available only once a year, although some may become available more frequently because more than one person is employed in that capacity. If you are interested in joining the Flying Eye Hospital and meet the requirements of any of the positions listed below, please e-mail a copy of your resume and cover letter to HR@ORBIS.org.

As an essential member of the ORBIS Flying Eye Hospital (FEH) team, the Communications Manager is responsible for raising awareness and support for the ORBIS FEH sight-saving programs worldwide. This position requires approximately 45 weeks of worldwide travel per year.

REPORTS TO:

The Communications Manager reports to the Director of the Flying Eye Hospital and liaises closely with the colleagues on the FEH team (especially the FEH Public Relations Manager), in the ORBIS country offices, in the Public Relations department in New York, as well as the local hosts of the FEH programs.

SUPERVISES: N/A

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Develop an appropriate portfolio of fundraising and awareness materials for use by ORBIS offices and ensure consistent language and formatting of key documentation in compliance with the ORBIS style guide.

Liaise with Volunteer Faculty (VF) staff, FEH trainees, FEH patients and their families to gather detailed case study materials.

Produce and distribute articles, newsletters, a web copy, and a minimum of 2 patient case studies for each FEH program and ensure each case study clearly illustrates the patient’s need, the context to global blindness issues, the trainee perspective and the human-interest angle.

Produce and distribute high quality and appropriate still and video images to support case studies and key program events. Assist with editing of footage as needed.

Manage the FEH photographic and video library and upload appropriate materials on to ORBIS global intranet.

Coordinate and lead the visits of international media members and visitors from ORBIS development offices.

If requested, plan an appropriate program of PR activities in coordination with ORBIS Country Offices, local hosts and other NGOs. This includes traveling to the designated country prior to the program as a member of the FEH planning team.

When appropriate, participate in surgical case reviews to gather post-program materials from participants and patients.

Produce public affairs/communications section of final program report in coordination with the FEH Public Affairs Manager.

Work closely with colleagues in the HQ development department to produce ORBIS promotional material.

Produce and distribute a quarterly e-newsletter to global host-hospitals and partners.

Provide updated FEH-related stories for ‘Eye in the Skye’ – the global intranet FEH newsletter.

As the FEH representative of the ORBIS Style Council, protect and develop the ORBIS brand, ensuring all usage of the logo are within the current corporate identity guidelines.

Work closely with the Public Affairs Manager and provide back-up as needed.

Participate actively in fund raising events and goodwill tours on and off the plane and represent ORBIS at social functions.

Attend weekly staff meetings.

Comply with approved FEH policies and procedures.

Assist in the daily cleaning, set-up and packing of the aircraft.

Perform other related duties as required.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

Bachelors or equivalent degree in a communications, journalism or related field.

Minimum 2-3 years media relations work experience.

Demonstrated awareness of global human interest issues.

Previous non-profit experience is a plus.

Prior international work experience desirable.

SKILLS & ABILITIES:

Outstanding presentation and written communications skills.

Demonstrated ability to strategize, organize and articulate the mission and vision of an organization.

Excellent interpersonal and diplomacy skills; the ability to interact effectively with people of diverse cultural and professional backgrounds.

Team oriented work style, with a pro-active, open-minded, and flexible approach.

High level of professional integrity and discretion.

Exceptional tolerance to stress: ability to function effectively in a demanding, fast-paced, and constantly changing work environment.

High degree of computer literacy (Windows XP, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel and the Internet).

Oral and written fluency in English – working knowledge of a second language is a plus.

Ability and desire to travel to developing countries.

To apply for this position, please forward your resume and cover letter to HR@orbis.org.

http://www.orbis.org/bins/content_page.asp?cid=589-598-691-1977-5697

76.) Technical Advisor, Health Communication, ORBIS, New York, NY

Based at the ORBIS Headquarters in New York, the Technical Advisor, Health Communication is responsible for developing, articulating, and implementing the philosophy and methodology of ORBIS’s strategies for Information, Education, and Communication and Behavior Change Communication (IEC/BCC). S/he will work in a team environment with the Technical Advisory Group and other teams within the International Program Department. S/he will provide technical assistance to country office staff and partners to build capacity to incorporate ORBIS’s health communication interventions into overall program strategies and to evaluate the effectiveness of these strategies.

REPORTS TO:

The Technical Advisor, Health Communication will work under the supervision and guidance of the Chief of Program and the Team Leader of the International Program Department’s (IPD) Technical Advisory Team.

SUPERVISES: N/A

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Develop, review and refine ORBIS’s health communication strategy, based on the organizational global and cost-center strategic plans.

Assess the health communication needs of ORBIS country office staff and respond with appropriate technical assistance.

Develop technical standards, best practices, and guidelines in the support and development of health communication channels.

Provide technical assistance to ORBIS field staff, International Program Department staff, and external partners to develop health communication strategies – for the Flying Eye Hospital (FEH), hospital-based, and in‑country and regional programs.

Serve as a technical advisor in the design and delivery of Health Communication Training of Trainer (TOT) programs implemented either by country office staff or partners.

Design specific health communication and evaluation tools using state of the art practices.

Review major studies, reports, and ORBIS documents for technical accuracy in the area of health communication.

Disseminate information related to ORBIS's health communication approaches, strategies, studies, and successes internally as well as to international health and eye health audiences.

Represent & promotes ORBIS programs to the professional community through presentations & publications, and at international conferences.

Perform related duties as required

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

Bachelors/Masters Degree in public health, international development or at least 5 years equivalent work experience;

Minimum 3-5 years experience in health communication design and development in international health programs.

Demonstrated expertise in social marketing, health communication, and outcome evaluation.

International program management planning and technical experience in developing countries is highly preferred.

Proven experience in developing key messages in multi‑cultural settings highly desired.

Previous work experience interacting with other NGOs, PVOs, government health officials, medical establishments, and university officials extremely helpful.

SKILLS & ABILITIES:

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (verbal/written).

Excellent organizational, managerial and administrative skills.

Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet).

Teamwork skills: demonstrated experience working in and leading a team.

Self‑starter attitude and ability to take initiative.

Flexible, pro-active, and open-minded work style: the ability to work productively both independently and in a team-based environment; ability to work well under pressure.

Ability to integrate awareness of cultural diversity and local context with ORBIS international standards.

Strong computer skills: Windows XP, Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point, Internet.

Knowledge of second foreign language, relevant to ORBIS country programs, is helpful

Ability to travel 30% of the time to developing countries.

To apply for this position, please forward your resume and cover letter to HR@orbis.org.

http://www.orbis.org/bins/content_page.asp?cid=589-598-691-1977-5641

77.) Technical Writer and Trainer, ORBIS, New York, NY

http://www.orbis.org/bins/content_page.asp?cid=589-598-691-1977-5700

78.) Senior Manager, Corporate Relations, ORBIS, New York, NY

http://www.orbis.org/bins/content_page.asp?cid=589-598-691-1977-5083

79.) Project Manager (w/ Org. Cummunications Exp needed!), RS Information Systems, Washington DC

RS Information Systems, Inc. (RSIS®) is a premier federal systems integrator providing advanced technical and business solutions in information technology, systems engineering, telecommunications, scientific support, and management consulting. Our mission: Provide premier information technology, systems engineering, and scientific services support to RSIS clients for maximum return on investment and sustainable strategic advantages. Combine management consulting with comprehensive, state-of-the-art IT and engineering systems/services to expand knowledge, improve efficiency, increase effectiveness, and reduce program costs to ultimately advance the missions for ALL RSIS customers. Provide customers with ethical, reliable, high-quality professional services at a reasonable price.

We are seeking a full-time Project Manager with Organizational Communications experience to support a long-term project with the Dept. of Transportation. Location is metro accessible and RSIS pays $110 per month for metro!

Responsibilities:

Will serve as a Focal point for all activities and interaction across teams. Facilitates team communication and interaction and leads teams to meet objectives and milestones. Will act as a liaison between the teams and FMCSA to identify and communicate issues/concerns and also provides mitigation strategies. The candidate will provide verbal and written presentations to Executives and Senior Managers. Will serve the Office of the CIO in FMCSA, DOT and perform functions to meet the contractual and customer expectations. Manage across one or more projects involving cross-functional teams such as Web Ops & Dev, IT Planning and Management, and Business & Technical, ensuring coordination and visibility of all project management efforts to the appropriate government officials, including senior leadership, management, and other team members. Anticipate bottlenecks, provide management escalation, project prioritization, and make tradeoffs. Ensure all contract requirements, including all deliverables and reporting requirements, are met within quality expectations. Manage co-ordination of partners and working groups engaged in project work. Overlook development and maintenance of detailed project plans and manage project deliverables in line with project plans. across the teams. Record and manage project issues and escalate to the Program Manager/federal point of contact (POC) where necessary. Monitor project progress and performance and resolve cross-functional issues at project level. Manage project scope and change control and escalate issues to the Program Manager where necessary. Interface and provide executive support to government division chiefs, DCIO and the CIO. Manage project mitigation activities. Conduct technical review by identification and correction of issues/deficiencies. Manage the team calendar of activities. Provide team integration direction and strategy. Maintain/Analyze/Act on Team/Industry lessons learned. Conduct presentations to government division chiefs and executive management as necessary. Provide SME support on both internal and external Organizational Communications. Support Organizational Communications services by providing solutions and assist in the delivery of reliable, high-quality communications materials to the client in a timely manner. Provide strategic guidance to better define the approach for planning, developing, delivery, and gaining management acceptance of the Organizational Communications activities for the Office of Information Technology. Maintain an effective mode of operation / workflow with leaders within the Office of Information Technology as it relates to communications. Support the development of such deliverables as an Annual Communications Strategy and Project Plan, project-specific strategies, monthly electronic newsletters, project-specific presentations, and executive messages. Support Program Manager in recruiting project staff and consultants. Support Program Manager in the annual and periodical formal/informal verbal & written employee performance appraisals. Provide weekly/monthly status reports to the Program Manager.

Requirements:

** 10 or more years of general and progressive Management and Information Technology experience

** 4 or more years of Organinzational Communications experience related to IT

** Experience developing of such deliverables as Annual Communications Strategies and Project Plans, project-specific strategies, monthly electronic newsletters, project-specific presentations, and executive messages

** An analytical and broad business perspective on issues, also having the ability to delve into detail

** Strong written and oral communication skills

** Ability to understand the desires of a business strategy and translate those goals to primary implications to the IT function, data, application and technology & architecture

** Excellent oral and written communication skills; active listening ability and substantial experience presenting persuasive recommendations and supporting facts to Executives and Senior Managers

** Bachelors Degree required (Prefer: Business Related Degree)

** Active PMP certification required

** Masters Degree desirable (Prefer: MBA)

To apply and for immediate consideration, follow this link to the RSIS Career Center, cut & paste or attach your resume and create a profile. It only takes a minute! Once the profile is created, apply for this position.

RSIS offers a competitive salary, training reimbursement, education reimbursement, and a comprehensive benefits package. If competitive skills drive you to a challenge, fulfill your destiny by contacting us today and Apply Online! RSIS is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We pledge equal access to employment, facilities, and programs, regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, veteran or marital status.

APPLY HERE:

https://careers.rsis.com/recruiter/cc/CCJobDetailAction.ss?command=CCViewDetail&ccid=bupJEdUjsTs%3D&job_REQUISITION_NUMBER=7460

View our outstanding benefits at:

http://www.rsis.com/rsis-corporate/RSIS/RSIS-Careers/Outstanding-Benefits.cfm

*** From Cindy McGeever:

Ned –

In networking with communications professionals about a search I’m working on, I was pointed in your direction…I understand that you publish a newsletter with job openings to a robust list of communicators. I would be happy to have this spot included. If you need more detailed information, please let me know. You’ll find my contact information below.

Cindy McGeever

80.) Senior Level Media Relations Executive, Mid-Atlantic region

$6 billion organization located in the Mid-Atlantic region is searching for a senior level media relations executive. Leading a team of 15 communications professionals, this key executive will be instrumental in directing the organization’s public relations response for both on-going initiatives and crisis management.

If you are a seasoned strategist with the ability to handle these key deliverables, we should talk!

• Develop key messages and communications strategies for external audiences;

• Leverage strong national – and international – media contacts to generate positive coverage for the organization;

• Consult with and coach the senior leadership team on handling the media to ensure that the organization speaks with one voice to external audiences.

Media relations expertise, rather than industry experience, is the driver here. My client is offering a highly competitive compensation and benefits package, including relocation. Resumes should be forwarded to: mcgeever@derrjones.com.

Best regards,

Cindy McGeever

Principal

DerrJones, Inc.

Recruiting Solutions

355 Lancaster Avenue, Suite 205

Haverford, PA 19041

610.645.4160

610.645.4161 (fax)

mcgeever@derrjones.com

www.derrjones.com

www.derrjonessales.com

www.top-sales-jobs.com

81.) Director, Communications, MTVN International MTV NETWORKS, NEW YORK, NY

https://jobhuntweb.viacom.com/jobhunt/main/displayjob1.asp

*** From Bill Seiberlich, who got it from

Corporate Ink, the award-winning technology PR firm, is seeking 1-2 PR pros to join our team.

82.) PR Pros, Corporate Ink, Newton, Mass.

We’re winning business – and growing. This is an outstanding opportunity for someone with 1-3 years of experience – or more. Especially if you're ready to drive stand-up-and-take-notice coverage for our clients.

 Assistant Account Executives will be ready to move up after at least 6 months as an AC at an agency or in a corporate tech marketing group

 Successful AE candidates will have at least 2 years of solid agency or corporate high tech PR experience – and plenty of successful launches and placements under their belt

 Senior AEs will have at least three years of PR experience and hands-on account management expertise

Successful candidates will have excellent track records with PR programs, superior placements, top-notch writing and pitching know-how and a strong grasp of technology markets. A rock-solid commitment to results is a must, as are outstanding phone pitching, analysis, and verbal communications.

Background in security, supply chain, software and services is a plus.

We’re a hard-working bunch, with zero office politics. Our hands-on training program is rigorous and stimulating, and our mentoring program ensures that you’re positioned for long-term success. We’re seeking bright, enthusiastic quick-thinkers who welcome responsibility – and know what it means to be a vital part of our clients’ success.

Competitive salary and benefits, including medical, dental, 401K and profit sharing. Along with your resume, send us a pitch about why you're the one we're looking for. Email us at jobs@corporateink.com. For more information about who we are and how we work, please visit www.corporateink.com.

Amy Bermar

Amy Bermar | President | Corporateink

617.969.9192 | abermar@corporateink.com | www.corporateink.com

A Worldcom Partner

Corporate Ink Public Relations, Ltd.

90 Washington Street

Newton, Mass. 02458

Phone: 617.969.9192

Fax: 617.969.1124

*** Mark Sofman offer’s the alternative selection this week, when things just are not going up for you, it might be time to get off:

83.) Assistant Coach, Diving, Department of Athletic, Georgetown University, Washington, DC

Reporting to the Head Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Coach, the Assistant Coach for Diving recruits, retains, supervises, and coaches NCAA Division I diving student-athletes, under the guidelines of Georgetown, the BIG EAST Conference and NCAA; carries out duties within the stated philosophy of Georgetown athletics and its educational mission; follows all institutional, conference and NCAA rules and regulations to insure compliance; actively participates in practices and meets, including, but not limited to, meet preparation, practice planning, skill and video sessions (including working individually with, advising, and critiquing student-athletes to develop and improve their skills), weight training and fitness programs; and evaluates prospective student-athletes, and analyzes and determines their abilities and whether they may succeed athletically and academically at Georgetown. Additional duties include the monitoring of student-athlete academic performance; conducting, a

dvising, and counseling student-athletes regarding performance and conduct; identifying and addressing student-athlete welfare issues; and representing the University in donor/alumni public relations and community programs. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree (though Master's preferred), and at least one year, though preferably three years, of experience related to duties and responsibilities specified, preferably at college or university – or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Grade/Level: ( ) $ 11,830.00 — $ 11,830.00

Term appointment: September 1, 2007 not to exceed March 30, 2008.

http://www10.georgetown.edu/hr/employment_services/joblist/job_category.cfm?CategoryID=1#20070587DETAILED

*** Weekly Piracy Report:

19.05.2007: 2120 LT: Berth No. 4, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

Four armed pirates in military fatigues boarded a refrigerated cargo ship via the quayside accommodation ladder. Duty AB tried to inform the D/O. The pirates assaulted the duty AB with the butt of their guns and then shot his legs. Hearing the shots, the alarm was raised and the pirates ran back onto the quay. While escaping they fired more shots at the ships superstructure. They escaped in a boat waiting at the stern. The ambulance and police refused to come to the port and the injured AB had to be sent to the hospital via the port security car. After four hours, the pirates attempted to gain access to the vessel via the stern but were deterred by the sounding of the ships alarm and the armed watchmen on the nearby vessel.

07.06.2007: 2240 UTC: Posn 01:28S – 116:49E, Lawi Lawi Anchorage, Balikpapan, Indonesia.

Duty crew, on an anchored tanker, noticed two robbers on the forecastle deck. The D/O on bridge was alerted and the alarm raised. The robbers jumped overboard and escaped in a speedboat when they saw the crew approaching. Upon inspection, it was found that the forward life raft was stolen. Authorities and agents were informed.

06.06.2007: 0450 LT:: Mombasa Inner Anchorage, Kenya.

One robber attempted to board a container ship via the anchor chain. The duty A/B noticed some one trying to push open the hawse pipe cover and he raised the alarm. On hearing the alarm, the robber aborted the attempt.

06.06.2007: 0300 UTC: Posn 01:20.28S – 049:30.61E 315 NM SE of Mogadishu, Somalia.

A bulk carrier, underway, spotted a fishing vessel at about 12 NM. The fishing vessel was on a converging course with the bulk carrier. The master of the bulk carrier altered course away from the fishing vessel. He noticed that the fishing vessel also altered to maintain the converging course. When the fishing vessel was about 5 NM astern of the bulk carrier she suddenly altered course and headed off towards Mogadishu. The bulk carrier was slightly faster than the fishing vessel.

*** Today’s ball cap: Acura (Thanks to Alicia Jones)

*** Today's coffee cup: Vertex Outsourcing

*** T-Shirt of the day: American Travel Sampler (The limited edition version, courtesy of Susan Burnell, APR)

*** Today's musical accompaniment: Daughtry

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    June 18, 2007 - 5:42 pm | Permalink

    JILL L. STUECK
    1235 Sunnyfield Lane • Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
    (973) 570 8840 • stueckj@comcast.net
    COMMUNICATIONS
    Public Relations • Sales Communications • Project Management
    Experienced communications professional with proven ability to plan, develop and execute effective corporate communications strategies and initiatives. Seasoned project manager with expertise in marketing, sales and public relations. Strong writing and editing skills. Exceptional ability to build consensus both internally and externally, among individuals from diverse backgrounds and/or competing interests. Thrives in fast-paced, entrepreneurial environments.
    CORE COMPETENCIES
    • Project/Account Management
    • Written Communication
    • Implementation
    • Developing Strategic Alliances
    • Problem Solving
    • Executive Talking Points
    • Event Planning
    • Budgets
    • Supervisory
    • Matrix Management
    KEY ACHIEVEMENTS
    • Launched the Honeywell – Nobel Initiative in 11 markets worldwide including the Czech Republic, China, India and the United States. Expertise in building mutually beneficial relationships with internal clients and stakeholders, key corporate partners and Nobel Laureates in Chemistry and Physics. Adept at delivering results against corporate priorities. Consummate professional with broad range and depth of experience in high-pressure, results-driven corporate environments. Clear and insightful communicator with broad experience in entertainment, technology and manufacturing corporate environments.
    • Honeywell – Nobel Initiative nominated for 2007 Sabre Award.
    • Recipient of numerous top-performer sales and marketing awards.
    • Project managed top marketing program for AT&T’s Small Business Markets, which encompassed direct mail and telemarketing sales channels.
    • Dedicated, resilient and inspirational project leader with proven track record in delivering quality results within committed timeframes.
    • Experience managing large budgets for maximum impact/minimal cost.
    JILL L. STUECK – Page 2
    EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
    HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL, Morristown, N.J.
    Senior Manager, Honeywell Hometown Solutions
    Honeywell – Nobel Initiative
    AT&T BUSINESS, Bridgewater, N.J.
    Senior Communications Manager
    AT&T CORPORATE PUBLIC RELATIONS, Basking Ridge, N.J.
    Director of Constituency Relations
    Manager of Special Events and Corporate Meetings
    Public Relations Manager
    AT&T BUSINESS MARKETS, New York, NY
    Marketing Manager, IntraLATA Portfolio
    Global Sales Account Executive, AT&T Business Services
    ABC TELEVISION, New York, NY
    Affiliate Relations Supervisor
    EDUCATION
    • B.A. – English, Boston University
    • B.S. – Communications, Boston University
    ACTIVITIES & AWARDS
    • Gold Club/Achiever’s Club Honoree for Outstanding Sales Performance
    • Boston University Alumni Association Member & Career Advisor
    • Essay Consultant, Ivy Ed in Scotch Plains, assisting high school students with the college admissions essay process

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