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JOTW 46-2007

12 November 2007

“I didn't know James Brown wore knee pads when he did those stage slides.”

—Mitch Ryder

“Invincibility lies in the defence; the possibility of victory in the Attack.”

– Sun Tzu

Happy Birthday to Tom Lundquist (Nov. 15)!

Today is Veteran’s day in the United States. I will fly my flag from the front of my house to salute those who have served their country in the service of defending the nation, and I salute each of you who have done so.

Thank you for your service.

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professional communicators. JOTW is a cooperative service that relies on the contributions of its members, like you. We share job opportunities, news and information about the job market, as well as

swapping stories about life's peculiarities.

First of all, it doesn't cost you a cent. How does it work? If you find out about a job opportunity in communications, send it to me (lundquist989@cs.com), and I'll share it with the JOTW network. It's

that simple. And we share dozens of opportunities each week. Did I

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I had a busy travel week last week (DCA/CAE/CHS/CLT/ORF/CLT/DCA), so your newsletter may be a little shorter than usual as I didn’t have much time or connectivity to work on JOTW.

I never give out, rent, or sell my list, and neither does Topica.

In this thrilling issue:

*** One Paragraph Pitch

1.) Director of Marketing, Premier Physicians Group, Suburban Hospital, Bethesda, MD

2.) Physician Service Market Manager, NIH Heart Center at Suburban Hospital, Bethesda, MD

3.) Associate Graphic Arts Tech, Alion Science and Technology, Washington, DC

4.) ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, JOHN D. AND CATHERINE T. MACARTHUR FOUNDATION, Chicago, IL

5.) PR GENERALIST, LVM Group, NY, NY

6.) Assistant, Creative Marketing, MIRAMAX FILMS, New York, NY

7.) Senior Editor, Online & Print, Windows IT Pro/SQL Server group, Penton, Loveland, CO

8.) Deputy Communications Director, Governor of the State of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

9.) Vice President, Marketing, HIMSS, Chicago, IL

10.) Senior Editor, Hill Holliday, Boston, Massachusetts

11.) Editor-Viking Adult Editorial, Viking, Penguin Group USA, New York, New York

12.) Assistant Managing Editor/News, Stars and Stripes, Washington, D.C.

13.) Communication Specialist-Change Management, ICF International, Dayton, Ohio

14.) Director, Internal Communications, Corporate Financ, Fortune 500 Company, New York, New York

15.) Editorial Intern, Sotheby's, London, UK

16.) Marketing Assistant, Soho Theatre, London, UK

17.) Editor, Edge magazines, London, UK

18.) Communications Manager, Akademi, London, UK

19.) Deputy Director, National Hispanic Press Foundation, Washington, D.C.

20.) Senior Manager, Public Relations, LSI Corporation, Milpitas, CA

21.) Internal Communications Coordinator, CARE, Atlanta, GA

22.) Audience Services Coordinator, WETA TV 26/90.9 FM, Arlington, Virginia

23.) Executive, Brunswick Group LLC, San Francisco, CA

24.) Public Affairs Associate, Catalyst, New York, New York

25.) PR Account Director, The Hoffman Agency, San Jose, CA

26.) Communications Coordinator, Illinois Arts Alliance, Chicago, Illinois

27.) Paid Internship, GYMR, Washington, D.C.

28.) Communications Officer, International Medical Corps, Santa Monica, California

29.) Manager, Public Relations, Woonsocket, RI

30.) Assistant Director, Alumni Relations – Special Events, Providence College, Providence, RI

31.) Provider Relations Specialist, UnitedHealth Group Warwick, RI

32.) Marketing Representative I, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island, Providence, RI

33.) Advertising & Broadcast Media Specialist, Kamehameha Schools, Honolulu, HI

34.) Administrative Assistant/Communications, United Hospital Fund, New York, New York

35.) Stakeholders/Communications Manager, Patriot Technologies, Silver Spring MD

36.) Writer/Editor, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, New York, New York

37.) Public Affairs Analyst, AMERICAN SYSTEMS Corporation, Dumfries, Va.

38.) Information and Outreach Associate, Tides Foundation, San Francisco, California

39.) Government Relations Intern, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, Washington, DC

40.) Director, Corporate Responsibility, Nike, Beaverton, OR

41.) Communications Manager, Executive Communications, SPX, Charlotte, NC

42.) Marketing Coordinator, Nuesoft Technologies, Marietta, GA

43.) External Strategic Communications Specialist, NASA, Johnson Space Center (JSC), JSC Public Affairs, Houston, TX

44.) Coordinator, Communication and Administration, Save the Children – US, Westport, CT

45.) Electronic Communications Coordinator, City of Sandy Springs, Sandy Springs, Georgia

46.) Club Manager Communications, Qatar Professional Football League Management, Doha, Qatar

47.) Chief Media Relations, P-5, Division of Communication, UN Children's Fund, New York Headquarters, NY, NY

48.) Internal Communications Specialist, Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, VA

49.) Senior Web and New Media Manager, Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, VA

50.) PROMOTIONS SPECIALIST, North Carolina Education Lottery, Raleigh, NC

51.) Health Communication Consultant, International Rescue Committee, Pakistan

52.) Director, Events & Promotions, Radio One, Lanham, MD

53.) Media Specialist III, Vangent, Herndon, VA

54.) Outreach International Adviser, Judicial System Monitoring Programme, Dili Timor-Leste

55.) Marketing and Communications Specialist, Sage Financial Group, West Conshohocken, PA

56.) Director Public Relations, Charming Shoppes, Bensalem, PA

57.) Senior Director, Corporate Affairs & Communications, Barclaycard US, Wilmington, DE

58.) Reporter/Producer, Univision 65, WUVP-TV, Philadelphia, PA

59.) Sports Anchor/Reporter, Univision 65, WUVP-TV, Philadelphia, PA

60.) Producer/Editor, Univision 65, WUVP-TV, Philadelphia, PA

61.) Sr. Manager of Corporate Communications, Toys “R” Us, Wayne, NJ

62.) On-Air Talent, 97.5 WJJZ, Philadelphia, PA

63.) Internal Communications Specialist—FOUR DAY WORK WEEK! Unity Headquarters, Lee’s Summit, MO

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

65.) Client Executive PR Agency, Burson-Marsteller, Chicago, IL

66.) Associate PR Agency, Burson-Marsteller, Chicago, IL

67.) Administrative Assistant-Gov't Communications, National Business Aviation Association, Washington, DC

68.) Communications Co-ordinator, Uniting International Mission, Sydney, Australia 69.) Program Assistant, Communications, Association of Zoos & Aquariums, Silver Spring, MD

70.) Communications Interns (multiple positions), UN Office for Project Services, Copenhagen, Denmark

71.) Communications Coordinator, Irrigation Association, Falls Church, VA

72.) Communication intern, Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development, Paris, France

73.) Communications Assistant, Clark Construction Group, Bethesda, Maryland

74.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Imation Oakdale, Minnesota

75.) Technical Writer/Editor – TS/SCI Required, Argon ST, Fairfax, VA

76.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Wavelink Corporation, Midvale, UT

77.) Marketing Communications Director, CacheLogic, San Francisco, CA

78.) New Media Strategist, TMP Worldwide, Chicago, IL

79.) Publications & Resource Officer, Hepatitis Australia, Canberra, ACT, Australia

80.) Manager, Web Communications and Knowledge Sharing , IFRC, Geneva, Switzerland

81.) Public Relations Executive, Premier Healthcare Alliance, Washington, DC

82.) Internship Video Production UNHCR , UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Geneva, Switzerland

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*** From Shawn Gallagher:

Ned–

To answer your Question for the Network about temporary/semipermanent PR positions, I wanted to suggest taking a look at the Brookwoods Group (http://www.brookwoods.com/). I've never used or worked for them, but the company was suggested to me by a friend the last time I was looking for a job.

Keep up the good work, Ned.

SG

*** Scouting for Food:

Tom, Barbara and I helped sort food at ECHO (Ecumenical Community Helping Others) this Saturday as part of Scouting for Food. Scouts collected 21,296 pounds of food to be shared with those who most need it in our Springfield community.

We sorted the food, so canned food went to one room for further sorting, and everything else to another room. Most food was what you would expect: cans of vegetables and soups; boxes of pasta and jars of sauce. Once in a while you get something clearly old (past expiration date), or something like a jar of homemade pickles that cannot be given to a family. Last year I got a bag of flower bulbs and some potting soil. This year I opened a bag to find a dirty diaper.

According to Pat Gauthier, ECHO’s director, the donations couldn’t have come at a better time. The supply on hand is very low, and demand is up. “The food is going out faster. We may have to cut back on the amount of food we give to people who come in,” she says. “All the food banks find themselves in the same situation.”

The number of people who have lost their homes due to foreclosures is very high, and many people who have been employed in the building trades are affected by a lack of housing starts. Lower wage workers are being eliminated at many companies.

ECHO serves the Springfield, Virginia community, and is supported by 26religeous congregations. There are no paid staff. “We’re 100% volunteer. We have the lowest overhead in the Combined Federal campaign of the United Way. All we pay for is electricity, water and heat.”

Gauthier says “generosity is down.” She believes that businesses and individuals may be less able to afford top contribute, and she also says many of the people who live in the Springfield area are not familiar with the American tradition of charitable giving.

Gauthier hopes people will contribute and volunteer to help food banks everywhere, especially during the holidays when demand is high. For information how you can help ECHO or a food bank in your community, or if you just want to thank the volunteers at ECHO for helping others, you can contact Pat Gauthier at jogauthier@cox.net.

*** From Shari Spiewak:

The Unanticipated and Immeasurable Results of Networking

You never know. In three words, that’s what attendees learned at “The Art of Ned-working” at the Nov. 8 dinner meeting of IABC Charlotte. Featured speaker Ned Lundquist used personal anecdotes and common-sense advice to drive home the point that you never know when networking will reap benefits. Joining an association, attending a professional event, or simply extending a hand and introducing yourself to someone launches an instant relationship that could someday lead to positive, unanticipated consequences. Ned shared an example of how one “nice-to-meet-you” meeting led to a million-dollar business agreement. He also told how simply being in IABC helped him locate a jet propulsion expert to answer his son’s questions about outer space. And, networking once gave him the opportunity to interview for a job he didn’t want – just to give him the integrity-boosting opportunity to decline the offer.

Other lessons learned at the “Ned-working” event included: Volunteer for everything you can; it will always pay you back. If you’re looking for work, make sure people know it; they can’t refer you if they don’t know you’re available. And don’t stop networking once you find work; any new connection could somehow wind up changing your life. You never know.

(Could you share for us a little bit about your networking trip to Charlotte? Why and how you planned it around the IABC meeting?)

I would like to relocate to Charlotte, so I planned a networking trip to meet with some established professionals in the communications/PR industry who work for or with sports organizations. I chose last week to schedule my trip because IABC was holding a networking event on the evening of Nov. 8 — a perfect opportunity to meet people in my profession. Being a member of another IABC chapter, I was very comfortable with attending the Charlotte chapter's event. So I set up three days of networking interviews surrounding this event, and came away with a large new group of contacts and many referrals to other possible contacts. All in all, it was a very successful and enjoyable trip

*** When was the last time the Boston Celtics had the best record in the NBA?

*** Nov. 14 is the Accreditation Month deadline.

http://www.iabc.com/abc/

*** It’s survey time.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=AzkUWuS_2bdBVEbWCA4iXkTQ_3d_3d

The JOTW survey is being conducted by Mike Klein, JOTW Research Guru and all-around internal comms and political campaign junkie. Mike is now based in Delft in the Netherlands and publishes the guerrilla internal comms blog, CommsOffensive325, http://CommsOffensive325.blogharbor.com.

*** From Shonali Burke, ABC:

since I know you don't think I'm a publicity-monger 🙂 – check this out: http://www.themeasurementstandard.com/issues/10-1-07/ASPCAcasestudy10-1-07.asp

Ned – if you can, will you remind all JOTW-ers that the WWPR “Woman of the Year” luncheon (www.wwpr.org) is coming up on Nov. 14 (next Wednesday) and an absolutely excellent event, where we salute DC-area women who have greatly contributed to our profession and community? It's a great location (the Mayflower) and a great cause – we'd love to see folks turn out to support it!

Thanks! Off to Austin tomorrow…

S

(I have never been to Austin.)

*** So far in November, as of yesterday, www.nedsjotw had 5,580 “distinct hosts served” and 19,103 total page views.

*** From Rachel Antman:

We have an ongoing Breyers vs. Edy's conflict here. If you have any opinion on the matter, please do tell!

(Breyers.)

*** Internships available:

Hello, Captain –

I hope all is well with you. I wanted to let you know that our 2008 internship info is now online at: http://www.spj.org/i-archibald.asp for the Archibald Communications Internship and http://www.spj.org/i-pullkilgore.asp for the Pulliam/Kilgore Freedom of Information internships. We’ve started promotion earlier this year in hopes of getting a lot of strong candidates. Please note that both opportunities receive a $400 per week stipend. I know this isn’t a lot for out of state students, but what SPJ lacks in money, we more than make up for in experience and professional contacts. The deadline for consideration is January 5, 2008. We figured it was better to give students time to complete their packages over the holidays without the added stress of classes. I would appreciate it if you would run something in JOTW.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,

Beth

Beth King, APR

Communications Manager

Society of Professional Journalists

3909 N. Meridian St.

Indianapolis, IN 46208

Phone: 317-927-8000, ext. 211

Fax: 317-920-4789

e-mail: bking@spj.org

Web site: www.spj.org

*** From Michelle Blumenthal:

Ned,

Thanks for an informative and entertaining presentation last night in Charlotte. And thanks for the insulated travel mug. (I definitely got the best prize.)

Please add me to your JOTW mailing list. I’m going to suggest it to several of my friends/acquaintances as well.

You should be receiving my cousin’s book (The Size of the World, by Jeff Greenwald) in the next week or two. I hope you enjoy it. Or perhaps the person who gets it from you as a “prize” will enjoy it. 

May the universe (or the people in it) continue to give back to you. . .

Michelle Blumenthal

Blumenthal Qualitative Research

BQR@bellsouth.net

www.BQResearch.com

*** From Amy Waye

Please post these two newly available positions in the next issue of JOTW. And though I am sure you have heard it a million times, I thank you for this invaluable communiqué for and among our profession. I appreciate the difference you make in so many lives!

Amy Waye, Communications Manager

Suburban Hospital

1.) Director of Marketing, Premier Physicians Group, Suburban Hospital, Bethesda, MD

Premier Physicians Group, a growing physician group practice based in Bethesda, is seeking an experienced marketing director. The person will be responsible for managing direct-to consumer marketing and building a physician referral network as well as branding for PPG, which plans to expand to as many as 100 physicians. Desired experience includes successful execution of physician practice or healthcare marketing and business development campaigns. Specific responsibilities include:

• Managing Web site development and ongoing content management;

• Creating advertising campaigns, direct mail, and other marketing materials;

• Planning and scheduling physician speaking engagements and special events;

• Directing media relations efforts; and

• Serving as a liaison to other referring physician practices.

Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications or public relations (Master’s preferred) and 7 to 10 years of experience working in a healthcare environment, preferably a physician practice. Strong writing skills and excellent interpersonal skills required as well as demonstrated experience managing print, Web, and advertising projects.

To apply, please forward your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Charmaine Williams via email to cwilliams@suburbanhospital.org or via postal mail to Suburban Hospital, ATTN: Charmaine Williams, 8600 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, MD 20814.

2.) Physician Service Market Manager, NIH Heart Center at Suburban Hospital, Bethesda, MD

In this highly visible role you will source, network and interact with the physician population, promoting the NIH Heart Center at Suburban Hospital and educating area physicians about its cardiac surgery and cardiac programs. Working in concert with another Market Manager, you will dedicate efforts in and around the northern and southern regions of Maryland. We will maximize your focus on developing and implementing initiatives to facilitate and enhance our relationships with the region’s cardiologists. We offer excellent salary, benefits, and more. For more information about Suburban Hospital, go online to www.suburbanhospital.org. EOE, M/F/D/V. We perform pre-employment drug/alcohol screening and are proud to have a smoke-free environment.

For more details or consideration, apply online at www.suburbanhospital.org (click on Careers); send your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements via email to cwilliams@suburbanhospital.org; or call 301.896.2067. You can also mail the information to Suburban Hospital, ATTN: Human Resources, 8600 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, MD 20814.

Amy Waye | Communications Manager

Suburban Hospital | Bethesda, MD

301.896.3254 | Fax 301.493.5583

Pager 301.896.3101, ID #057

awaye@suburbanhospital.org

3.) Associate Graphic Arts Tech, Alion Science and Technology, Washington, DC

Job 7640.

Seeking a multi-talented Graphic Specialist / Administrative Assistant to support the Naval Gunnery program office at Naval Sea Systems Command (located at the Washington Navy Yard). Position requires an Associates degree with at least 2 years of job-related experience or at least 4 years of related experience. Must have good written communication skills and a high level of expertise with all MS Office applications. Must have sound organizational skills and the ability to perform detailed work. Must possess a current DoD Security Clearance and be willing to travel on an occasional basis.

Generating and refining MS PowerPoint presentations.

Coordinating the use of conference spaces and performing secretariat duties during meetings.

Performing tech editing functions on acquisition and technical documentation.

Generating general correspondence as required.

Interfacing with engineers and technical professionals in writing, editing and publishing various types of customer documents.

https://erecruit.alionscience.com/psp/H89ER/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_HM_PRE&Action=A&SiteId=1

(Note: If you wish to submit your resume for this position with Alion Science and Technology, please follow the instruction to apply online, but also send your resume to Ned at elundquist@alionscience.com, and I will also upload it into the system as a “refer a friend” submission for you.)

*** From Andrew Soloman:

4.) ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, JOHN D. AND CATHERINE T. MACARTHUR FOUNDATION, Chicago, IL

About the Foundation

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation is a private, independent grantmaking institution helping to build a more just and sustainable world. Through the support it provides, the Foundation fosters the development of knowledge, nurtures individual creativity, strengthens institutions, helps improve public policy, and provides information to the public, primarily through support for public interest media.

With assets over $6.4 billion and grants and program-related investments totaling approximately $260 million annually, MacArthur is one of the nation’s largest private philanthropic foundations. The Foundation makes grants through four programs.

• The Program on Global Security and Sustainability focuses on international issues, including human rights and international justice, peace and security, conservation and sustainable development, higher education, migration, and population and reproductive health. MacArthur grantees work in 60 countries, and the Foundation has offices in India, Mexico, Nigeria, and Russia.

• The Program on Human and Community Development addresses issues in the United States that include community and economic development; housing, with a focus on the preservation of affordable rental housing; juvenile justice reform; and education, with an emerging interest in how digital media impact learning.

• The General Program supports public interest media, including public radio, television, and the production of independent documentary film. Grants are also made to arts and cultural institutions in the Chicago area and for special initiatives, currently including intellectual property rights in a digital environment.

• The MacArthur Fellows Program awards five-year, unrestricted fellowships to individuals across all ages and fields who show exceptional merit and promise of continued creative work.

To learn more about the Foundation please visit www.macfound.org, where you can subscribe to e-news updates.

About the Public Affairs Department

The mission of the Public Affairs Department is to communicate the Foundation’s key messages – and the work of the Foundation and its grantees – to the press, public and private sectors leaders, other key constituencies, staff, and the public. We seek to deepen the Foundation’s public identity, build its fields of work, and facilitate program goals.

To achieve these goals, the Department produces a wide range of written materials and publications, including opinion-editorials, press releases and fact sheets, the annual report, quarterly print newsletters, monthly electronic newsletters, and updates for the Board and staff. Public Affairs staff also maintain the Foundation’s website, create and plan public events, and conduct outreach to media and influentials.

The new Communications Officer will join the current four-member team, which consists of a Director, two Communications Officers, and Communications Assistant. The Foundation is expanding its use of electronic communications to help further advance the work and impact of MacArthur and its grantees.

About the Position

The Foundation’s website – www.macfound.org – receives approximately 500,000 unique visitors per year and is one of the most visited sites in the philanthropy community. Several microsites offer additional content: www.digitallearning.macfound.org was created to highlight the Foundation’s digital media and learning initiative; www.annualreport.macfound.org provides an online companion to our annual report; and www.spotlight.macfound.org is a MacArthur blog on digital media and learning.

Our electronic communications efforts have been growing rapidly. We communicate electronically and regularly with 30,000 people through a monthly electronic newsletter and occasional email updates on specific fields of work.

We are always looking to do more – and to do better. We seek a collaborative colleague with an abundance of creativity, energy, humor, intelligence, and common sense to help us further develop our electronic communications efforts.

The successful candidate filling this new position, part of the Foundation’s integrated public affairs team, will –

• Help craft and implement the Foundation’s electronic communication strategy;

• Be responsible for keeping MacArthur’s website and blog content fresh, up-to-date, and accurate;

• Create new content and creative new features for the Foundation’s site, reflecting our overall Public Affairs and program goals;

• Help produce interactive, online companion pieces to our print publications;

• Produce new multi-media content, including video and audio;

• Assist in further development and expansion of the Foundation’s contacts database with the twin goals of expanding our list of contacts and improving what we know about contacts to enable better targeting of communications.

• Work with grantees and staff to provide strategic advice on electronic communications efforts.

The successful candidate will possess –

• At least three years of professional experience managing a website;

• Intermediate-level skill working with content management systems;

• Intermediate-level fluency in HTML and Photoshop;

• At least basic web design capabilities;

• Experience with InDesign (or similar software) a plus;

• Experience integrating collaborative tools, where appropriate, into web design;

• Basic editing skills for video and audio files and ability to integrate in overall web design (preferred);

• Experience working with large databases a plus;

• Familiarity with and desire to learn more about online communications strategies, tools, and trends;

• A strong interest in the work of the Foundation and the non-profit community.

To apply, candidates should visit www.macfound.org and click on “About the Foundation” and then “Career Opportunities” or send a resume to

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

Office of Human Resources

140 S. Dearborn Street, 12th floor

Chicago, IL 60603

The John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and benefits from the talents of a diverse staff.

*** From Rachel Antman:

Hello Ned,

I'd appreciate it if you would post the ad below in the next issue of Job of the Week. Thanks! — Rachel Antman

Rachel Antman

LVM Group

60 East 42nd Street

Suite 722

New York, NY 10165

www.lvmgroup.com

5.) PR GENERALIST, LVM Group, NY, NY

Self-starter. 2-5 year agency exp. Award-winning midtown B-to-B firm. Work closely with partners and clients. Good journalistic writing, knowledge of business media, ability to handle detailed projects. Real estate experience a plus. Fully-paid health and dental; 401K with employer contributions; other excellent benefits. Resume/cover with salary requirement to: Mary@LVMgroup.com. Put “job ad” in subject line. No phone calls.

6.) Assistant, Creative Marketing, MIRAMAX FILMS, New York, NY

https://disney.recruitmax.com/main/careerportal/Job_Profile.cfm?szOrderI

D=122699&szReturnToSearch=1&szWordsToHighlight=communication

7.) Senior Editor, Online & Print, Windows IT Pro/SQL Server group, Penton, Loveland, CO

http://www.penton.com/Career/SeniorEditorOnlinePrint.aspx

*** From Ray Bucheger, who got it from Aaron McCann, who got it from Matthew Canter, who got it from Carolyn Zander:

8.) Deputy Communications Director, Governor of the State of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

The Office of Governor Jim Doyle is currently searching for a Deputy

Communications Director to join a team responsible for all communications strategy, message development, remarks and press materials for the Governor of the State of Wisconsin.

Qualified applicants should send a cover letter with salary requirements and

resume to Carolyn Zander, carolyn.zander@wisconsin.gov.

9.) Vice President, Marketing, HIMSS, Chicago, IL

http://www.himss.org/ASP/about_jobsHome.asp#9

10.) Senior Editor, Hill Holliday, Boston, Massachusetts

http://www.productionhub.com/jobs/description.asp?item=16893

11.) Editor-Viking Adult Editorial, Viking, Penguin Group USA, New York, New York

Our Viking imprint is looking for an Editor to acquire 6-10 new

hardcover nonfiction titles per year and to serve as the editor on books acquired by the editorial director or publisher. The Editor also

cultivates agent and author relationships, oversees some backlist

titles, contributes to meetings and co-supervises an assistant.

Viking's nonfiction categories include history, biography, politics,

science and memoir, as well as higher-end practical and popular culture books. Some of Viking's recent successful titles include Eat, Pray, Love, Collapse, The Stuff of Thoughts, and Three Cups of Tea.

Requirements:

At least 3 years of related experience in trade book publishing with

acquisition experience

Excellent editing, writing and copywriting skills

Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills

Strong agent contacts

Ability to successfully manage multiple projects

http://us.penguingroup.com/static/html/aboutus/jobopportunities.html#job04

12.) Assistant Managing Editor/News, Stars and Stripes, Washington, D.C.

Announcement No.: NCNAFAN0710104

NF-11082-4

Permanent, part-time position

Salary: $45,000 – $60,000

Closing Date: November 21, 2007

Duties: As Assistant Managing Editor/News(Central Operations),the

incumbent serves as senior editor, advisor, and reviewer for all editing ,page layout and design of news pages within assigned editions of Stars and Stripes. Personally develops, designs, researches, reviews, and edits content on a wide range of topics including complex subjects prone to controversy. Ensures timely and accurate information on all matters of interest to the DoD community, including service members, family members, and civilians on a local, regional, and worldwide basis. Supervises subordinate editors. Provides overall management and direction of

editorial activities through junior level editors to ensure attainment

of established objectives. Serves as the staff advisor on written and

editorial policy matters. Provides interpretations of writing, editing

and layout policy. Decides matters such as content, layout and

presentation of assigned editions. Responsible for implementing and

monitoring the organization editiorial policy. Reviews editing policies, identifies and recommends need for changes to organizational policies or development of new guidance. Copy edits articles applying rules contained in the Associated Press (AP) and Stars and Stripes style guides. Assures that releases have been obtained for copyright material and ensures

compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, and policies. Ensures all assigned publications when completed conform to or exceed the editorial standards and requirements specified in Stars and Stripes guidance. Assists in developing annual budget for the operation of the editorial department within the assigned operation. Converts quantitative requirements to dollar estimates based on previous year's obligations, planned projects, and current costs. Justifies budget requirements in annual submission, as well as special

submissions. Controls approved authorizations and, where necessary due to shortage of funds, defers or cancels projects.

Point of Contact: WRAMC,CPAC,NAF-Sharnise Frazier, (202)782-5028,

wramcnafvab@amedd.army.mil.

http://stripes.com/webpages.asp?id=68#Assistant%20Managing%20Editor

(I would be wary of Stipe’s editiorial policy)

13.) Communication Specialist-Change Management, ICF International, Dayton, Ohio

ICF International seeks a Communications Specialist to work within the APCG Change Management Group. The position will support a service-wide Air Force change management communications project and is based in Dayton, Ohio.

The Communications Specialist will develop and implement training, education, and communications plans to support Air Force change management initiatives. The Communications Specialist will develop online and traditional course material related to change management and develop strategies to provide information and training to participants of the new IT systems. The Specialist will develop, write, and edit a wide array of communications materials, including informational brochures/fliers, web content, presentations, articles, and announcements, and will aim to break down complex subject matter into easy-to-understand terms. The Specialist will also provide program and client support including status reporting, meeting scheduling, and proceedings. The Specialist will work autonomously and be expected to manage tasks, time, costs, and people to meet or exceed client and corporate expectations.

BA in Education, Training or a related field plus 5-10 years of experience in a communications/ change management setting required, experience delivering information via multiple media formats required. Knowledge of IT applications or Supply Chain Management and experience with Government, DoD, or DHS communications and policy is preferred. The Communications Specialist must have strong PowerPoint experience, demonstrate exemplary verbal and written communication skills, and have excellent interpersonal, listening and negotiation skills. The Specialist will work independently and with teams and other contractors. An existing secret clearance is a plus, but if one does not exist the successful candidate must be able to obtain a clearance.

ICF International offers an excellent benefits package and competitive salary. To apply, please submit your cover letter, resume and salary requirements.

ICF International is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

https://jobs.icfi.com/viewjob.html?optlink-view=view-6343&ERFormID=newjoblist&ERFormCode=any

*** From Barry Piatoff:

Ned,

Please post the following job in your next issue.

Thank you.

Barry Piatoff, SVP, Peter Bell & Associates, LLC

14.) Director, Internal Communications, Corporate Financ, Fortune 500 Company, New York, New York

Our client is a very well established, well known, global consumer and commercial financial services company. They are experiencing growth, they have reorganized and they are looking to add a Director, Internal Communications for their Corporate Finance line of business. You’ll report to the VP of Internal Communications and work closely with the President of Corporate Finance and his team. No direct supervision at first but there is potential for that down the road. Position is located in midtown Manhattan.

Counsel and support senior management on internal communications. Use a complete range of communications services to ensure alignment of the company’s and business segment’s goals. You will develop and execute a complete communications strategy. Write and edit a variety of print, online, collateral pieces, executive communications pieces and programs. Collaborate with executive management and subject matter experts ensuring a consistent tone for all themes, messages and delivery strategies. Deliver the business segment’s vision, leadership messages, best practices, success stories, project news and information to employees and leadership through the corporate intranet, newsletters, executive messaging and collateral materials. We will provide a more complete description. when we meet you and talk further.

Must have strong understanding of equity markets.

Salary $90K-$125K plus bonus eligibility. You should have 7-10 years of internal communications experience, some of which has to be in financial services. Corporate experience a must. The company’s culture is smart, fast-paced, focused, energetic and collegial You should be very professional and polished. Extremely corporate environment. A great opportunity to join a top company as they continue to build up their internal communications function.

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. Local candidates only.

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.

*** From Patty Hilton-Johnson:

Hi Ned,

Here are some London jobs for the next newsletter. Thanks. Patty

15.) Editorial Intern, Sotheby's, London, UK

Sotheby's Preview magazine is seeking an intern to work alongside the Editorial team in the London office on a voluntary basis. Preview is an exclusive magazine, published seven times a year, which showcases the best that Sotheby's has to offer worldwide. It features lavish artwork and a provocative editorial blend of interviews, commentary and in-depth articles. It also includes a worldwide auction calendar.

The intern will play a key role in formulating the groundwork for the Editorial team, as well as helping with the day-to-day operation of the office. The internship offers an insight into the workings of the magazine and the auction house. It will be of particular use to enthusiastic graduates with an interest in art and publishing.

Please email a CV and covering letter to alex.lewis@sothebys.com , with 'Preview Intern' as the subject.

The deadline for applications is Friday 16 November. Salary: Unpaid;

3 months minimum full time from December 2007/January 2008.

This vacancy is open to International Applicants.

16.) Marketing Assistant, Soho Theatre, London, UK

Soho Theatre is looking to appoint a MARKETING ASSISTANT with special responsibilities for online and new media activities.

Joining the Marketing, Development and Press team at Soho Theatre, this post manages online and new media activities and provides administrative support to the department. The team is responsible for meeting box office and audience development targets, building on Soho Theatre's increasing profile and delivering the ambitious fundraising and sponsorship objectives of Soho Theatre. On a daily basis, the team manages the publicity of shows/events and services Soho Theatre's sponsors and supporters.

Soho Theatre welcomes applications from all sections of the community and will endeavour to meet all access needs.

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Monday 19 November 2007.

For details on how to apply, please refer to our website www.sohotheatre.com/jobs or ring our administration line 02072785060.

This vacancy is open to International Applicants.

Salary: £18,000 pa

17.) Editor, Edge magazines, London, UK

New launch publication, based in South West London, seek to appoint an Editor. Candidates must be fluent in English. Ideal candidate will live locally and have an extensive local knowledge as we are a locally based and distributed lifestyle and property magazine for Wandsworth, Battersea, Clapham, Balham, Tooting and Streatham. At least 2 years experience within journalism (online, magazine, newspaper, journal) is essential, and candidates must have a very good level of enthusiasm and initiative to bring this new publication to launch.

To apply please contact info@edgemagazines.co.uk

18.) Communications Manager, Akademi, London, UK

Can you help us raise our profile and increase awareness of our work as we work towards the 2012 Olympics? This is a great opportunity for someone with a passion for the arts and a marketing and press background.

Akademi is a long established and forward looking South Asian dance organisation with an enviable reputation in the dance world. We play a leading role in the practice and appreciation of South Asian dance within a contemporary artistic, social and educational context in the UK.

This new post has been created to raise our profile and increase awareness of our work in the UK and internationally, particularly in the run up to the 2012 Olympic Games and the Cultural Olympiad.

Reporting to the General Manager, you will be responsible for developing and delivering marketing strategies and campaigns, implementing imaginative and targeted press campaigns and devising different ways to market Akademi's services to new and existing supporters. You will work closely with the Director on marketing activities and develop good working relationships with senior arts and funding figures. As part of the management team, you will contribute to the strategic development of the company.

You will have an established and proven track record in marketing and press in a similar or complementary area and a passion for the arts. You also need excellent communication skills, a strong sense of design and creative flair.

Akademi is funded by Arts Council England, London Councils and Camden Council. We are an equal opportunities employer. Registered Charity No: 1107249.

Closing date: 5pm, Monday 19 November 2007. Interview date: Monday 26 November 2007.

For an application pack, please email: jobs@akademi.co.uk, call 020 7691 3210 or download a copy from our website at http://www.akademi.co.uk/jobs

Salary: up to £27,000

19.) Deputy Director, National Hispanic Press Foundation, Washington, D.C.

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=193700001

*** From Bob Guenther:

Hi, Ned, I would appreciate your including the following position in your next missive:

20.) Senior Manager, Public Relations, LSI Corporation, Milpitas, CA

LSI'S Corporate Communications group is seeking a talented Senior level PR Representative responsible for developing and executing specific public relations programs relating to our Storage systems, components, and peripherals business.

The Sr Public Relations/ Storage Representative serves as the person responsible for developing strong relationships with key members of news media in order to position positively the LSI Storage products and business to key stakeholders, especially customers, prospects, industry partners, and prospective employees.

Primary responsibility is to develop and execute media relations strategies for external positioning in the trade press, including managing activities associated with executive positioning, product introductions and briefings, customer design wins, technology leadership, and mergers and acquisitions of storage-related businesses. The successful candidate will work closely with counterparts on the Communications, Planning, and Marketing team in order to create cohesive and consistent communications program.

The successful candidate will be seen as a legitimate and credible spokesperson inside and outside the company. The candidate will be responsible for developing strategic external communications and ensuring that all messages are disseminated consistently, promptly and efficiently. Specific responsibilities include to:

• Develop short-and long-range objectives, strategic plans and programs that will establish LSI in the media as the recognized innovator and leader in storage.

• Establish ongoing relationships with key media that cover LSI and the storage industry.

• Increase positive media coverage for Storage business.

• Act as Storage spokesperson when appropriate.

• Develop collateral materials, including press releases, public statements, web content, trade show communications, contributed articles, and speeches.

• Review all public statements for accuracy and consistency.

• Provide storage communications support including speeches, briefings and talking points for the media.

• Keep employee communications apprised of developments within Storage

Contact: Bob Guenther, 610.712.1514 or robert.guenther@lsi.com

21.) Internal Communications Coordinator, CARE, Atlanta, GA

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-78PJ7M

22.) Audience Services Coordinator, WETA TV 26/90.9 FM, Arlington, Virginia

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=193600067

*** From Lydia Chan:

Ned,

Would you mind including this posting in your next newsletter? Please let me know if you need further information.

Thank you,

Lydia Chan

23.) Executive, Brunswick Group LLC, San Francisco, CA

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Description:

Brunswick Group is a leading communications consultancy established in 1987. We have more than 400 people in 14 offices in 10 countries, and we help clients deal with challenges that can affect their valuation, corporate reputation or ability to achieve business objectives.

Brunswick San Francisco is an exciting, start-up environment with a small staff, and we are looking for an executive who thrives in this type of setting and who can grow from this role. The ideal candidate will have at least one year of experience in public relations, whether at an agency or in-house.

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Monitor media coverage and analyst commentary

• Conduct research and analyze industry or company-specific news and events for clients and new business pitches

• Manage accounts and teams and keep workstreams organized

• Collect, analyze and summarize SEC filings

• Develop media lists and keep apprised of movements amongst key journalists

• Serve as active participant in conference calls, brainstorming sessions, strategy meetings, etc.

• Basic drafting – client reports, press releases

• Support for new business activities including presentation development

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

• A genuine interest in business and Wall Street

• Ability to multi-task and prioritize in a fast-paced, confidential, client-driven environment

• Ability to tackle challenges, take a proactive approach to duties, and offer solutions

• Attention to detail and organizational skills

• A strong work ethic and someone who can work self-directed to ensure that day-to-day client management needs are being met

• Has some experience in placing stories and handling media inquiries

• A demonstrated interest and initiative in actively broadening understanding of financial terms and concepts relevant for clients

• Intermediate to advanced software skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint for PC, Windows)

• A working knowledge of at least some of the databases and tools used to monitor media and analyst commentary (i.e., Factiva, Cision, Bloomberg, etc)

• A curious mind and a sense of humor

Please direct resumes to Ashley and Lydia at sfjobs@brunswickgroup.com

24.) Public Affairs Associate, Catalyst, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=193800023

*** From Leslie Posada:

25.) PR Account Director, The Hoffman Agency, San Jose, CA

Are you looking for an opportunity to make a difference?

Do you prefer implementing PR campaigns instead of absorbing mind-numbing spreadsheets?

The Hoffman Agency is seeking an account director with eight to 12 years of experience (including some agency background managing large accounts—particularly in the software enterprise or semiconductor space). The person must be results-driven and thrive on contributing to the success of others.

In this era when virtually anyone can evolve into a target influencer, we’re looking for an individual who’s not afraid to deviate from the norm. This means implementing creative approaches to establishing a client’s brand in both the traditional world and online. It also means capitalizing on tools ranging from video to social media as well as the printed page.

As one of the few independent PR agencies with global infrastructure, The Hoffman Agency believes effective PR in the technology realm comes down to “making connections.” Of course, creating true teamwork takes on greater complexity in a global environment. Toward this end, we've implemented what’s called a “building bridges” program and other activities designed to tune Agency staff members for global programming. Such a global mentality is part of our DNA and definitely makes a difference for our employees and ultimately enables our clients to “make connections” around the world.

If you’d like to continue the dialogue, send your resume and cover letter to Leslie Posada at lposada@hoffman.com.

26.) Communications Coordinator, Illinois Arts Alliance, Chicago, Illinois

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=193900019

*** From Andrea Holmes:

Please post in your next issue.

27.) Paid Internship, GYMR, Washington, D.C.

GYMR is a boutique communications firm specializing in healthcare and social issues. Our award-winning team of Washington, D.C.-based public relations professionals has earned a strong reputation for its commitment to our clients’ issues and success.

Founded in 1998 and ranked among the top healthcare public relations agencies nationwide, GYMR offers clients the expertise usually found only in large agencies, with the heart and soul of a small business. Our clients include many of the nation’s most respected associations, government agencies, pharmaceutical companies, philanthropic organizations and health initiatives. We help our clients design effective strategies for communication, policy and media relations, while assisting them in the creation of strong messages for their target audiences.

Internship Description:

Interns work closely with account teams and participate in a variety of client-related activities. Responsibilities may include preparing targeted media lists, conducting research, assisting in partnership development, monitoring issues in the national media, participating in brainstorms and providing administrative support, as needed. GYMR interns gain valuable media relations; partnership building and health policy experience and often contribute to and provide support for national campaign launch events, and press conferences.

Prerequisites:

• Exceptional organizational and time management skills, attention to detail

• Ability to juggle multiple assignments

• Proficiency in Lexis-Nexis, Factiva, and other online searchable databases

• Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint

• Excellent verbal and writing skills – a writing test will be administered at the time of the interview

• Strong interpersonal skills

• College degree in communications or related field preferred or close to completion of a college degree (student in good standing)

Compensation:

• The position is full time – 40 hours a week at $12/hour ($480 a week)

• December 26th, 2007 through May 30th, 2008. Start and end dates are somewhat flexible

• Business hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

SEND RESUME TO:

Kristin Francini, Vice President

GYMR Public Relations

1825 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 300

Washington, DC 20009

F: 202-234-6159

E-Mail: interns@gymr.com

28.) Communications Officer, International Medical Corps, Santa Monica, California

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=193400028

*** From John Woodhouse, APR:

29.) Manager, Public Relations, Woonsocket, RI

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/jobseeker/jobsearch/job_detail.html?job_id=JY7M

T3SZJ3A

30.) Assistant Director, Alumni Relations – Special Events, Providence College Providence, RI

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/jobseeker/jobsearch/job_detail.html?job_id=J6PY0OFJGKX

31.) Provider Relations Specialist, UnitedHealth Group Warwick, RI

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/jobseeker/jobsearch/job_detail.html?job_id=J5EFVLBD7X7

32.) Marketing Representative I, Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island, Providence, RI

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/jobseeker/jobsearch/job_detail.html?job_id=JVCOXI92DC4

33.) Advertising & Broadcast Media Specialist, Kamehameha Schools, Honolulu, HI

Provides internal, strategic advertising consulting services. Works with Advertising Manager to develop themes and key messages for organization-wide efforts. Facilitates advertising planning and implementation for corporate communications and KS clients statewide. Researches bulk rates, advertising specials and opportunities from multiple media outlets.

Coordinates various broadcast media projects as assigned, such as Song Contest, etc., including research, logistical coordination, production assistance and post-broadcast analysis of viewer and impact data. Also provides support to Advertising and Broadcast Media Manager for broadcast media projects as needed.

As assigned, consults to internal clients and develops and produces communications and marketing materials for both internal and external audiences. Includes copywriting for print ads, radio/TV announcements, direct mail collateral and web pages, as well as general administrative correspondence.

Works with Advertising and Broadcast Media Manager to research and evaluate effectiveness of advertising and broadcast media strategies and tactics.

Position Requirements

• Over three and less than five years work related experience OR High School Diploma or GED equivalent and seven years of directly related experience

• High degree of knowledge and understanding of communications processes and procedures, especially in advertising and broadcast media, to ensure efficient and effective support of KS’s mission, goals, plans and operations.

• Highly developed written and verbal communication skills and the ability to review and edit the work of others and collaborate with them to produce the best product/service in a timely, effective manner. Ability to transform complex and detailed information into straightforward and clear messages that effectively communicate and accurately reflect KS’s position and intent.

• Working knowledge of marketing theory, and advertising and broadcast media, including placement, buying, negotiation, use of and selection of talent and intellectual property, media industry functions and standards.

• Excellent research, analysis and evaluation skills, and working knowledge of advertising and broadcast media evaluation and measurement tools.

• High capacity for managing competing, multiple priorities and deadlines, and for working productively within a high-demand, high-ambiguity work environment.

• Proven leadership, interpersonal and facilitation skills to develop trustful and cooperative working relationships with KS clients and staff, representatives of affiliated organizations, businesses, vendors and audiences.

• Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends.

Kamehameha Schools

Headquarters:

567 S King St Ste 150

Honolulu, HI 96813

Phone: 808-523-6200

http://www.ksbealumni.org

http://ks.isg2.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=293984&Ad=0&Lo_ID=6679&B_ID=48&Refer=http://ks.isg2.com/menu.asp

34.) Administrative Assistant/Communications, United Hospital Fund, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=193400041

***From Eric Walker:

To Whom It May Concern:

Can you please post this job? I hope the description is brief enough. Thanks!

Eric Walker

Technical Recruiter, Federal Division

Patriot Technologies, LLC.

A-Service-Disabled-Veteran-Owned-Small-Business

www.patriottechnologies.net

35.) Stakeholders/Communications Manager, Patriot Technologies, Silver Spring MD

The Relations/Stakeholder Lead is instrumental in increasing visibility and awareness of the mission to provide a world-class solution to needs. This position will be responsible for garnering and managing earned placement and disclosing information to internal constituents and the public. Lead will cultivate relationships and gain respect as a versatile, highly informed and detailed communications expert. This position includes the ability to write and speak as the voice of the program, with the appropriate tone, consistency, and quality, and will also assist and receive assistance from subject matter experts and managers in developing content. Lead will have specific communications responsibilities and will be expected to work collaboratively with other team members and interact with all levels of internal personnel and constituents.

Key responsibilities:

Support the Program Manager to define and document process by which business owners will define and document their high-level business needs and priorities for future releases.

Support program management in defining and documenting processes for stakeholders, such as end users to define and document their needs and priorities for future releases. Work with program management to implement appropriate channels for gathering information on needs and requirements, such as focus groups, surveys, and direct observation.

Preferred Qualifications:

Minimum of BS or BA in English, Journalism, Communications, Marketing, or a related field

Experience in technology-driven business environments

5-8 years related experience in a large organization (more than 1,000 employees)

Proven track record building relationships with stakeholders and customers in a healthcare and/or government program environment

Contact: Eric Walker, Technical Recruiter, ewalker@patriottechnologies.net

36.) Writer/Editor, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=193600051

*** From Geoff Buteau:

Hi Ned,

I receive your list weekly, and as a guy in the early stages of my career (reserve AF PAO and a PR industry guy with long(er) hair on the civilian side), your newsletter is helpful as industry intelligence and future opportunities.

I'm not sure if the company has contacted your or not about this announcement, but I had a friend at the company give me a holler about it and I thought it to be relevant to a lot of your readers. To get right to the announcement, go to careers, and search for job code 1604. I've enclosed the text from the announcement.

Thanks for the JOTW service. Go Sox! Keep Lowell!

Regards,

Geoff Buteau

Bridgeman Communications / USAFR PAO

Boston, Mass.

geoff@bridgeman.com

buteau40@yahoo.com

37.) Public Affairs Analyst, AMERICAN SYSTEMS Corporation, Dumfries, Va.

Minimum requirements: Bachelors Degree. Five years experience in Department of Defense public affairs. Experience working and coordinating with all levels of DoD Public Affairs offices. Experience dealing directly and expeditiously with the media. Experience with large media event planning and execution. Experience associated with newsletters, communications pamphlets, development of public affairs guidance, website content development and layout, annual report development, communication plans, and other public affairs related activities. Media training experience.

http://www.americansystems.com/Careers/JobOpportunities/

38.) Information and Outreach Associate, Tides Foundation, San Francisco, California

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=193600064

*** From Mike Klein:

39.) Government Relations Intern, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, Washington, DC

Boutique downtown D.C. law firm specializing in government relations seeks unpaid intern for the Spring semester. The internship provides an array of opportunities to gain a deeper understanding of the political system. Duties and responsibilities include conducting research on potential clients and participating in the initial assembly of the information gathered; providing research on federal legislation; delivering documents/letters Capitol Hill and elsewhere; covering Congressional committee hearings, markups and press conferences; obtaining information about Congressional staffers; the assembly of presentations with binders; and other administrative tasks.

Email cover letter and resume to jjacobson@bhfs.com.

Jack N. Jacobson

Policy Advisor

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, P.C.

1350 I Street, NW

Suite 510

Washington, DC 20005-3355

jjacobson@bhfs.com

40.) Director, Corporate Responsibility, Nike, Beaverton, OR

The Opportunity

Nike is seeking an innovative, strategic and creative leader and influencer to serve as the Director of Corporate Responsibility for the Nike Women’s and Running business categories. The Director is one of three senior staff on the Corporate Responsibility (CR) team who are embedded directly in the Company’s main business categories. The Director plays an integral role as a corporate responsibility advisor, providing innovative CR direction and strategic leadership, and working in creative partnership with the heads of relevant business units to strategically embed CR into all phases of brand and business operations, e.g., design, production, marketing and impact. Special areas of focus include: Compliance, Community, Climate and the Considered product platform. The Director also serves as a critical communications link between the Corporate Responsibility Department and the relevant business categories.

The position reports to the Vice President of Corporate Responsibility and is based at corporate headquarters in Beaverton, OR.

Key Responsibilities

The Director serves as the primary CR advisor for the Nike Women’s and Running business categories and has the following key responsibilities:

Global CR Strategic Planning

-Drive and influence a strategic process that sets the direction for CR integration inside the Women’s and Running business categories.

-Develop and implement policies and processes to facilitate improved planning around assigned CR projects working with the Global CR Leadership Team and Strategic Planners.

-Create and lead global CR project team(s) to develop and execute integrated plans.

-Drive metrics and target-setting within each pillar of CR and ensure that goals are being met, communicated and that they roll-up to the overall Nike CR scorecard.

-Identify and elevate categorical CR insight to the business within the Compliance, Community, Climate and Considered disciplines in relation to the effect these will have based on a deep understanding of NIKE consumer profiles.

-Develop global strategic CR plans for selected categories and initiatives – in line with consumer insight, intended to inspire and elevate stories for the brand.

-Specific areas of focus include:

1. Compliance

Facilitate and raise supply chain and worker rights issues for each business category by: Tracking compliance issues: 1) factory ratings and evaluation; 2) overtime analysis and the impact and the implication on category products; 3) worker satisfaction and the implication this has for product development. Facilitating the future targeting vision and long-term goals, driving the process and integration among all parties within the matrix. Contributing to local and global stakeholder relationships.

2. Community

Manage Let Me Play collective in partnership with the regions by:

-Identifying how Let Me Play community programming and stories intersect with consumers within the categories.

-Defining global category concept maps (3 years out) to identify Tier, 1 and 2 platforms aligned with the consumer concept map where appropriate.

-Leading and managing integrated Let Me Play meetings in the regions to integrate strategic needs and identify opportunities for each business category.

-Identifying how the regional stories are intersecting with the categories and how they are driving long term goals (i.e. target-setting – policy change within Sport for Social Change).

-Working with digital and retail teams to ensure the Let Me Play ONE VOICE strategy is being executed and delivered upon in all key geographies of focus – US, EMEA, China, Brazil and emerging markets.

-Influencing within the regions the way in which product donations are supporting the elevation of category-based initiatives.

-Working with senior program managers in CR to co-create an impact model for excluded youth in the communities around product donations and community programming.

3. Climate

Work in partnership with the Horizons team to elevate meta-trend and consumer driven behavioral research through category strategic plans as and when they have a potential impact on the business.

4. Considered

Manage and lead product category integration within the model of innovative solutions and design to:

-Align with the product teams to better evaluate the impact of the ethos within the categories (i.e., category footprint).

-Evaluate and partner with category goals, index and target setting.

-Increase knowledge base and communicate to the business the impact to the relevant category regarding waste elimination, toxins, and environmentally preferred materials.

Partnering and Influencing Strategic Category Business

-Initiate and lead at VP and GM levels inside the company to ensure CR is positioned as a critical component of business success and is contributing meaningful, innovative strategies that intersect with the category planning process.

-Communicate and present strategic plans to senior global management teams throughout the business across complex matrix on a corporate, regional, and functional basis, ensuring broad-based support for plans and intended results.

-Prioritize CR opportunities and function as team leader and key point of contact for specific issues and communication of plans.

-Build professional relationships to enhance long-term integration of CR resources as a key component relating to internal and external stakeholder relations.

-Evaluate business controls and process issues affecting efforts. Identify, evaluate and drive CR opportunities and action plans to enforce future vision of key targets.

-Drive execution excellence of assigned categories, brand initiatives and projects, maximizing the impact, visibility and leveragability of NIKE using CR resources.

-Be the global lead to communicate and influence the category business leaders in the regions through the use of quarterly reviews, presentations and strategic planning sessions to ensure the global category strategies embrace the CR resources in their process planning.

-Amplify the resources inside the CR team to drive consumer growth strategies and create brand value, by imbedding programs into marketing and concept plans within the business functions (product design and creation, supply chain, etc.).

-Lead, facilitate and evaluate integrated CR-business processes within the four pillars of CR: Compliance, Community, Climate and Considered. Work with appropriate contacts within Nike’s matrix to help set overall direction and positioning strategy with the Global Category teams. Drive learnings and understandings throughout the matrix.

-Strategically integrate projects relevant to the divisions to ensure that objectives are met within fiscal guidelines.

-Contribute at the senior management level within the category to support the business in developing CR insights and observations re: consumer needs, competitor activity, business planning, and digital and retail trends.

-Identify and manage the communication with athletes and teams concerning intersections and opportunities to better leverage the Let Me Play platform.

-Work with the CR Finance and Strategic Team to ensure appropriate authorization on projects.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate will have passion and a vision for Nike’s corporate responsibility efforts, a track record as a leader, strategist and influencer, substantive experience in one or more of the CR areas of importance to the Company, a sophisticated understanding of how to integrate CR directly into the Company’s business model, and experience and a working style that thrives in a highly creative, fast-paced, marketing and brand-driven environment. Qualifications include:

-Bachelor’s degree in marketing or business related field and 10 years experience in either the marketing field with a high profile, globally branded organization or within a CR team of a consumer facing company.

-Previous experience in a global capacity. Cultural acuity and proven ability to work within differing cultural practices and customs.

-Successful experience in a senior level management position with proven ability to provide direction to other managers and influence senior leaders.

-Experience dealing with complex and sensitive issues – globalization, sustainability, multi-stakeholder partnerships, community programs, and supply chain compliance, climate, sustainability, crisis management, etc.

-Knowledge of footwear or apparel industry, specifically marketing/sports marketing, preferred.

-Strategic thinker with problem-solving and strong analytical skills.

-Ability to balance creativity and bottom line business needs.

-Proven ability to negotiate, influence and collaborate with other key decision makers in a complex matrix environment.

Other Qualifications

-Leadership Presence: Ability to build respect and trust with others by establishing honest and open relationships. Enables others to motivate and persuade in order to move toward a desired goal. Resilient to stress.

-Influence Skills: Ability to influence others to take action. Persuasive. Provides inspiration, direction and resources.

-Information Seeking: Ability to continually seek information and look for new approaches to processes and practices. Welcomes feedback as a means of personal and project improvement.

-Innovative: Inventive. Imaginative. Creates resourceful ways to solve problems or create opportunities. Able to think outside the box. Creative approach to ideas and processes.

-Business Knowledge: Familiar with Corporate Responsibility at Nike, understands the ethos and the frameworks the Company operates in. Familiar with the Marketing/Brand side of Nike. Understands global political and economic structures and knows how to work with them. Understanding of cultures, people and how to communicate globally.

-Resource Allocation: Recognizes the financial value of NIKE resources and uses the skills necessary to allocate them for optimum profitability.

-Strategic Planning: Ability to establish strategies to support NIKE CR direction. Constantly monitors the environment and know where to find information critical to long-term planning. Anticipates future events and establish plans to use these events to NIKE advantage.

-Consumer Relevance: Thirst for knowing consumer wants and interests. Driven by the market consumer need. Anticipate changing market needs and prepare to meet them.

-Brand Management: Respects the NIKE brand and its influential purchasing power. Protects, cultivates, and builds the brand. Monitors the brands’ image.

-Risk Taking: Propensity for taking calculated risks that will benefit overall business goals. Learns from failure, accepts it, and moves on to the next challenge.

-Results Orientated: Achievement motivated. Focuses persistently on outcomes. Establishes goals, monitors progress and successfully achieves them in a timely manner.

-Judgment: Makes decisions that reflect sound judgment using creative problem-solving methods to analyze problems, generate options, and decide the course of action.

Application Process

Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter and salary information by email to:

Martha Montag Brown & Associates

www.marthamontagbrown.com

Email: Martha@marthamontagbrown.com

Phone: 818.790.8873

41.) Communications Manager, Executive Communications, SPX, Charlotte, NC

The Communications Manager, Executive Communications, will be responsible for researching, developing and writing presentations for senior executives. This person will assist with the development and implementation of a global media relations strategy for the corporation to support its core objectives. This person will work closely with the Director of Corporate Communications and Public Relations and the company’s senior leaders to support the SPX brand. The major focus for this position will be external communications, but this person will be involved with preparing material for internal audiences as well. Strong writing and media relations skills are required including the ability to research and report news opportunities about the corporation. Solid writing and editing is required for news releases, speeches, power point presentations and complex messaging. The selected candidate needs to be familiar with media policies, including Reg FD, and should be familiar with PRSA communication practices and code of ethics. This role will primarily be responsible for helping to enhance the company’s reputation through external audiences and media relation venues, but will also support internal communications and must be able to manage a variety of public relations projects. The selected candidate should be able to work in a fast-paced environment, adapt to rapidly changing events, and be extremely organized, energetic and passionate about public relations. Organizational Structure and Interfaces: The Communications Manager, Executive Communications, will be part of a newly-created marketing team for a Fortune 500 company and will report to the Director of Corporate Communications and Public Relations. The selected candidate will assist in building the SPX brand with external audiences and will interact with business division leaders and corporate executives, including CEO, CFO, VP of Finance and Chief Marketing Officer. This person will work

closely with the digital media team. Responsibilities: •Provide leadership for planning, implementing, writing and coordinating presentations and news activities for the corporation. •Research and write drafts and develop PowerPoint presentations for CEO and other executives to both internal and external audiences. •Serve as a public relations counselor to corporate leaders and business units marketing staff. •Coordinate day-to-day news releases including writing, editing, approval and distribution processes and be part of a media “on call” team 24/7. •Assist with implementing communications and PR strategy for department. •Serve as back-up to employee communications manager; must be able to pinch hit with internal announcements, newsletters, corporate events, e-mail communications and human resource issues. •Work strategically and collaboratively with marketing department colleagues. Requirements: •Minimum 8 plus years experience preferably in a corporate environment, or PR agency experience with Fortune 500 corporate account responsibility and/or global companies. •Bachelors Degree in Public Relations, Communications or related field. •Accreditation in Public Relations preferred. •Experience with multi-industry Fortune 500 companies a plus. •Experience with developing corporate presentations for internal and external audiences. •Excellent understanding of the workings of the media – print, electronic and digital. •Experience writing news releases, speeches, talking points, PowerPoint presentations. •Must provide samples and will be required to take writing test during interview process. •Proven ability to achieve results by generating news coverage of business announcements. •Excellent verbal and interpersonal communications skills. •Interest in enhancing the public relations profession. Submit resumes to katye.bedsole@spx.com.More information at www.spx.com.

42.) Marketing Coordinator, Nuesoft Technologies, Marietta, GA

Nuesoft Technologies is seeking a marketing coordinator. Responsibilities include copy writing, coordination of trade show program and direct marketing program, and management of sales leads through CRM software application. Candidate must have strong writing, organization and project management skills; be creative, entrepreneurial and results-driven; possess 1-2 years of experience; and have a Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Communications, Public Relations, or a related field. Business-to-business health care or technology experience is preferred. Please send resume and salary requirements to Julie Rascoe via jrascoe@nuesoft.com. For background about the company and our products, visit www.nuesoft.com.

Nuesoft Technologies

1685 Terrell Mill Rd SE

Marietta, GA 30067

http://www.nuesoft.com/careers/index.html#Marketing

*** From Tracy Naylor:

Hi Ned,

I have a job I would like posted in the newsletter. I told Lea, a NASA recruiter, that I would get this communications position listed in your newsletter. The position details and contact information appear below.

Thanks for posting Ned,

Tracy Naylor

43.) External Strategic Communications Specialist, NASA, Johnson Space Center (JSC), JSC Public Affairs, Houston, TX

This position is responsible for the following duties:

• Support the External Strategic Communications and Internal Communications teams in the development of comprehensive strategice plans to reach a variety of audiences

• Provide writing support for press releases, feature stories, and other materials.

• Work with the teams to develop marketing and communications plans to meet the needs of the new exploration programs as well as the existing program needs

• Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

• Bachelor's Degree in Communications/Public Relations/Marketing or related field and a minimum of 3 years relative experience.

• Experience in strategic communication plan development

• Exemplary customer service, communication, presentation skills, and professional appearance

• Excellent writing and editing skills – experience with AP Style writing a must

• Strong ability to work under pressure with short deadlines and little supervision

• Organizational, multi-tasking and project coordination skills

• Good judgment and attention to detail

• Personal initiative, professionalism and team player

Desired Experience:

• Proven examples of campaign development and media pitching

• Knowledge of new media mechanisms such as YouTube and blogs

• Experience in coordinating multiple components toward successful project implementation

• Ability to develop, write and edit press releases, feature stories, fact sheets, newsletters and other materials

• Ability to effectively interact with a variety of people – from scientists to senior managers to members of the community.

Interested applicanats should submit their resumes to Lea Bentley Castillo via email at lea.e.bentley@nasa.gov or fax to 281-333-5955. Selected candidates will be notified to schedule interviews.

44.) Coordinator, Communication and Administration, Save the Children – US, Westport, CT

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-78JQT3

*** From Tisa Moore:

I found my current job on your e-mail listing. Many thanks. We are in need of a web master/writer/graphics person. How can I get this listing in the weekly e-blast?

Thank you,

Tisa

Tisa Moore, Media & Communications Supervisor

City of Sandy Springs

7840 Roswell Road, Building 500

Sandy Springs, GA 30350

(Send me job title, organization/company and location, along with brief

description and url or contact info.)

45.) Electronic Communications Coordinator, City of Sandy Springs, Sandy Springs, Georgia

The City of Sandy Springs, metro Atlanta's second-largest city, is

seeking highly motivated, creative, and experienced candidates for the

position of Electronic Communications Coordinator. The incumbent will

work as part of a premier communications team; delivering the City's

message via our internet site, regular e-mail communications with the

community, podcasts, and any number of other cutting edge communications tools.

This position requires a high level of skill relative to the

latest web-based technologies, as well as a strong background in written communications and content development. Additionally, the successful candidate will have demonstrated ability to produce creative and functional design features for web and print communications. The Sandy Springs website received a Bronze Flame for innovation and excellence by the International Association for Business Communications. The Association also has recognized the Communications Department for its heightened levels of quality and creativity in our print productions.

The successful candidate will continue this reputation and add insight

to a renowned communications team. Candidates must have a minimum of a

Bachelor's Degree in Communications, Multimedia, Computer Science or a

related field (Master's preferred), and have at least two years

experience in electronic communications, writing, editing, and/or

design. You may apply to this posting through our web site at

www.careers.ch2m.com/omi. If you encounter trouble with the system, you may email your resume, via Word document only, to careers@ch2m.com.

Please reference 21880BR/PF in the subject line.

46.) Club Manager Communications, Qatar Professional Football League Management, Doha, Qatar

http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.asp?JobID=63603105

47.) Chief Media Relations, P-5, Division of Communication, UN Children's Fund, New York Headquarters, NY, NY

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-78NRBB

*** From George Farrar:

Ned,

Here are two corporate jobs from Booz Allen. Location: McLean, VA. Apply at www.boozallen.com.

Regards,

George

Senior Manager, Media Relations

Booz Allen Hamilton

703-902-4588

48.) Internal Communications Specialist, Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, VA

Build compelling programs and long-term communication strategies to communicate Booz Allen’s culture, people programs, and infrastructure capabilities to an internal audience of 20,000+ worldwide. Consult and collaborate with executives and senior-level operations staff to develop communications materials and strategies. Interface with a dynamic team of professionals in a fast-paced environment and manage internal and external resources to bring projects to completion. Write copy, create concepts, and use varied media to communicate effectively.

Apply at www.boozallen.com.

49.) Senior Web and New Media Manager, Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, VA

Responsible for strategic positioning and delivery of web marketing programs and new web media.

• Direct the strategy, development, implementation, and management for boozallen.com and related sites, such as profilers, geographic sites, contract vehicle sites, and other microsite projects.

• Develop and implement marketing strategies and oversee external Web 2.0 applications, e.g. RSS feeds and podcasting, and investigate and pilot new Web 2.0 apps.

• Oversee web analytics.

• Provide advice and counsel to business units on best practices on web marketing and new media, such as e-mail campaigns and online newsletters, search engine optimization (SEO), Podcasts and RSS feeds.

Apply at www.boozallen.com.

NCCI Information – Communication Officer, NGO Coordination Committee in Iraq, Amman, Jordan, with travel to Iraq and abroad if necessary

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-78RC53

*** From Susan Clizbe:

Here's an interesting one.

50.) PROMOTIONS SPECIALIST, North Carolina Education Lottery, Raleigh, NC

The purpose of this job is to promote the North Carolina Education

Lottery to retailers and the general public. Duties include, but are

not limited to, planning and implementing game launches, special

events, retailer rallies, local and statewide promotions and

performing additional tasks as assigned by the Marketing Manager or

Marketing Coordinator. Bachelor's degree in Public Relations,

Advertising, Marketing or Business preferred, or any equivalent

combination of education, training, and experience which provides the

requisite knowledge, skills and abilities for this job. A minimum of

one to three years promotions, special events planning or public

relations strongly preferred. Valid N.C. driver's license and

satisfactory motor vehicle record is required. Solid working knowledge

of Microsoft Office and experience with Excel and Publisher preferred;

statewide travel is required, some may be overnight. Job Band 6

($22,000 – $42,000), depending on work experience, skills and salary

history.

All candidates must complete a State Government Application (PD107),

which can be accessed at www.osp.state.nc.us/gnrlinfo.htm#app. The

North Carolina Education Lottery is an at-will, Equal Opportunity

Employer

51.) Health Communication Consultant, International Rescue Committee, Pakistan

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-78QT7G

52.) Director, Events & Promotions, Radio One, Lanham, MD

http://www.radio-one.com/careers/position.asp?ID=625

53.) Media Specialist III, Vangent, Herndon, VA

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?job_did=J3G6PW6XLJ502X48CJS

54.) Outreach International Adviser, Judicial System Monitoring Programme, Dili Timor-Leste

Closing Date – 23 Nov 2007

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-78Q7FS

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

55.) Marketing and Communications Specialist, Sage Financial Group, West Conshohocken, PA

Primary Responsibilities

Creating, implementing, and managing a business development plan for a high-end wealth management firm. The successful candidate will be accountable for tactically deploying strategic business development initiatives in a consistent, ongoing basis. A primary focus will be on securing referrals from current clients and developing new target market opportunities by communicating the firm’s value proposition and vision.

Position Requirements

Candidates must be dynamic communicators of both a company’s qualitative uniqueness and quantitative wealth management expertise. The person must enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, desire to contribute significantly to the firm’s growth through new client and asset acquisition, and creatively and efficiently align business development with business strategy. Successful candidates will have strong communication skills, be detail-oriented and well-organized. This is an excellent opportunity to join a boutique, energetic, growth company.

Company Overview

Sage has over 15 years of experience advising clients in investment management and financial planning. We are a fee-based, independent, privately-held company located in suburban Philadelphia, and we are a dynamic group of people committed to our clients’ and company’s continued success. The company has achieved significant national and regional recognition, and we have a strong, ongoing presence in the Delaware Valley. Sage has been recognized as one of the ten most influential firms in the investment field by The Wall Street Journal and SmartMoney magazine. Last year we were recognized by Wealth Manager Magazine as one of the nation’s top wealth management firms.

Skills

• Experience in developing executive presentations and other marketing materials

• Knowledge of the financial services industry and investment marketplace a plus

• Excellent communication skills, both written and oral

• Superior organizational skills and ability to multi-task

• Ability to meet time deadlines

• Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint

• Desktop publishing, PhotoShop and general graphics applications a plus

• Proficient utilizing the Internet for research

• Experience with Internet search engine optimization a plus

• Experience with contact management software

Qualities

• Detail-oriented

• High ethical standards

• Self-motivated, independent thinker with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment

• Strong work ethic

• Team player

Education and Experience

• Bachelors Degree in Marketing, Business, or related field preferred

• 3+ years business experience

Compensation and Benefits

• Commensurate with experience

Qualified candidates may submit their resume confidentially to Stephen Cohn at scohn@sagefinancial.com

56.) Director Public Relations, Charming Shoppes, Bensalem, PA

Charming Shoppes, Inc. a $3b publicly traded national retailer specializing in the plus-size women's fashion and lifestyle market, is seeking an energetic, experienced, goal oriented Public Relations Executive to join our continuously growing company and report directly to the EVP of Marketing.

In this highly visible role, the Director of PR would work directly with the brands Presidents and Marketing VPs, developing and executing communications strategies to support retail sales in the short term and burnishing the retail brands for the long term.

Essential functions include:

– Collaborate with the brands' marketing leadership to understand the strategic objectives and develop actionable PR strategies to support the brands' strategic objectives.

– Present PR plans annually or quarterly, as needed, for approval and execute the approved plans to achieve or exceed the anticipated result. Monitor and report results to the brands and the executive management team.

– Bring to the brands a perspective on the social, political or economic trends that may affect their PR efforts and offer solutions for taking advantage of opportunities and avoiding threats.

– As an ambassador for our brands, lead the effort to shape customer attitudes and perceptions about our brands and associated products.

– Build credibility with top-tier fashion and retail media contacts, and have the strategic thinking, maturity and judgment necessary to counsel company executives.

– Work collaboratively across other corporate functions including store operations, merchandising, IT, Investor Relations, Corporate Communications and interactive.

Job Requirements:

– 7+ years in the public relations or related field.

– Experience working with external organizations to ensure a positive public good will towards the organization.

– New Media PR experience to increase positive public awareness via web presence and the ability to work with web developers.

– Experience drafting press releases and communicating with print and broadcast media to garner exposure in radio or television special reports, newspaper stories, and magazine articles, community awareness.

– Decision making, problem solving, time management, creativity, initiative, good judgment and the ability to communicate thoughts clearly are essential.

– An articulate, outgoing personality, self confidence, an enthusiasm for our companys culture and the ability to infect others with that enthusiasm is critical to the success of the position.

Contact: Connie Gruen at connie.gruen@charming.com

57.) Senior Director, Corporate Affairs & Communications, Barclaycard US, Wilmington, DE

Barclaycard US, a leading full-service credit card issuer headquartered in Wilmington, DE, and a wholly owned subsidiary of the Barclays Group, seeks a talented Senior Director, Corporate Affairs and Communications for the Wilmington, DE location, and you have been recommended as an individual who may be qualified for the role.

Working in partnership with the CMO organization of Barclaycard and the Executive Committee of Barclaycard US, the Senior Director will be responsible for the management of all Barclaycard US communication including media relations and media events; internal and external communications; and creative design to include the design and implementation of a communication strategy which enhances the visibility of Barclaycard US in the media, with partners and customers; and ensures Barclaycards vision, values, strategy, business objectives, and key events are successfully communicated to colleagues through internet channels.

Essential Functions include:

-Collaborate with relevant Barclaycard Executive Committee to design a best in class external and internal communication strategy and organization, and ensure effective delivery of key messages.

-Ensure brand identity and messaging consistency across Barclaycard US; develop executive communications needs (example; speech writing, executive biographies, news releases, media interviews and attendance at industry conferences and events)

-Manage external public relations agencies; coordinate media interest in the organization and ensure regular contact with target media and appropriate response to media requests.

-Act as the organizations representative with the media and partner with HR in execution of internal communications.

-Manage communication and media organization (people management), including ensuring the hiring and retention of top talent, development of personal goals and objectives, annual reviews, and career development.

-Develop, articulate and execute plans to increase the Barclaycard US profile in key financial media outlets through targeted communications and media relations initiatives.

Barclaycard US has $5.0 billion in loans, 3.8 million accounts, and is growing rapidly. Our flexibility and speed-to-market are a direct result of superior technology and a world-class management team. The company issues cards through partner programs and direct to the consumer. The partner channel is expected to be the primary growth engine in the coming years. The company issues some of the industry's most competitive credit card programs, including USAir, Apple Computer, Midwest Airlines, Frontier Airlines, AirTran Airways, Best Western, Carnival Cruise Lines, Orbitz, Travelocity, Gulf Petroleum, Sinclair Oil, and UBS.

Barclaycard US is an equal opportunity employer promoting diversity in the workplace

Contact: If you have 15+ years demonstrated strategic marketing and communications experience including a proven track record of success with fast-growing organizations; demonstrated strength in developing and managing multiple public relations, advertising, agency, and internal client relationships; proven experience in balancing the needs of a primary brand; possess a BA/BS degree (MBA preferred); and have personal interest in this opportunity or would like to suggest potential candidates, please contact: ExecuQuest at 410-667-8400 or eqc@eqcmd.com

58.) Reporter/Producer, Univision 65, WUVP-TV, Philadelphia, PA

Univision 65, WUVP-TV, is seeking a full time Reporter/Producer. Responsible for hosting morning show and reporting/writing hard and feature news stories for daily newscasts. Produces and directs full-length programs of compelling content for local television production which may include news, sports, or other feature-length content. Required to work afternoons and evenings and must be able to work flexible hours, nights, weekends, and holidays.

Basic Skills: High School Diploma or equivalent. Valid drivers license required. Fluency in Spanish and English (oral and written) required. College Degree with courses in communication, broadcasting and/or related courses preferred. Applicant must be comfortable in front of the camera. Must have clear pronunciation and ability to speak, write, and understand both English and Spanish. Applicant must speak intelligent, grammatically correct Spanish. Must have language skills to handle ad-lib situation in an orderly and professional manner. Must have good storytelling skills and an ability to work effectively on camera. Must be prepared to assist in the production and airing of news, morning show, and other specials. Must work well under intense pressure and have full knowledge of journalistic ethics and libel laws.

Experience: 1 year of on-air and/or reporting experience as a reporter required. 3 years plus of on-air and/or reporting experience as a reporter preferred. Applicant must have knowledge of Microsoft office how to work with video archives, feeds, and all designated equipment.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Contact: To apply: Send resumé and cover letter to: WUVP-TV Human Resources, 1700 Market St. Suite 1550, Philadelphia, PA 19103, RE: #WUVP 07-10 or wuvp65_jobs@univision.net RE: #WUVP 07-10. Please note job #WUVP 07-10 in your correspondence. NO PHONE CALLS. M/F EOE

59.) Sports Anchor/Reporter, Univision 65, WUVP-TV, Philadelphia, PA

Univision 65, WUVP-TV, is seeking a full time Sports Anchor/Reporter. Responsible for anchoring sports and reporting news for daily newscasts. Must build the sports segment assignment, look for stories and create the sports rundown. Responsible for development and coverage of community based sporting events. Report News stories, submit news or feature packages for that nights newscast or for morning newscasts later in the week when needed. Required to work afternoons and evenings and must be able to work flexible hours, nights, weekends, and holidays.

Basic Skills: High School Diploma or equivalent. Valid drivers license required. Fluency in Spanish and English (oral and written) required. College Degree with courses in communication, broadcasting and/or related courses preferred. Must be comfortable in front of the camera. Must have clear pronunciation and ability to speak, write, and understand both English and Spanish. Must speak intelligent, grammatically correct Spanish. Must have language skills to handle ad-lib situation in an orderly and professional manner. Must have good storytelling skills and an ability to work effectively on camera.

Experience: 1 year of on-air and/or reporting experience as a reporter required. 3 years plus of on-air and/or reporting experience as a reporter preferred. Applicant must have knowledge of Microsoft office how to work with video archives, feeds, and all designated equipment.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Contact: Send resumé and cover letter to: WUVP-TV Human Resources, 1700 Market St. Suite 1550, Philadelphia, PA 19103, RE: #WUVP 07-08 or wuvp65_jobs@univision.net RE: #WUVP 07-08. Please note job #WUVP 07-08 in your correspondence. NO PHONE CALLS. M/F EOE

60.) Producer/Editor, Univision 65, WUVP-TV, Philadelphia, PA

Univision 65, WUVP-TV, is seeking a full time Producer/Editor. This position involves researching, planning, producing, directing, and maintaining design quality for video projects, advertising commercials, event promotions, public service announcements, news and local programming, proof of performance spots for playback on broadcast and cross-channel, live/taped programs, studio set-up, remote production, and pre- and post-production. Required to work afternoons and evenings and must be able to work flexible hours, nights, weekends, and holidays.

Basic Skills: High School Diploma or equivalent. Valid drivers license required. Collegiate background in Video Production is a plus. Fluency in Spanish and English (oral and written) required. Must be able to lift, set up, operate, and take down production equipment, including cameras and lighting kits.

Experience: Technical experience in setting correct video and audio levels required. Experience with building graphics in Photoshop required.

Needs Knowledge of Final Cut Pro, Motion, Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, and tape formats and their decks. Two years Final Cut experience preferred. Two years producing/directing/shooting/editing experience in television, cable, agency and/or post-production is preferred. Live single camera directing experience a plus.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Contact: To apply: Send resumé and cover letter to: WUVP-TV Human Resources, 1700 Market St. Suite 1550, Philadelphia, PA 19103, RE: #WUVP 07-07 or wuvp65_jobs@univision.net RE: #WUVP 07-07. Please note job #WUVP 07-07 in your correspondence. NO PHONE CALLS. M/F EOE

61.) Sr. Manager of Corporate Communications, Toys “R” Us, Wayne, NJ

http://www.prsa.org/jobcenter/candidates/job.asp?JobID=9973

62.) On-Air Talent, 97.5 WJJZ, Philadelphia, PA

97.5 WJJZ Philadelphias Smooth Jazz Station is accepting air checks and resumes for future On Air consideration. We're looking for real communicators regardless of format experience to work in a warm and relaxed environment. Must have a minimum of 2 years on-air experience. Selector skills a PLUS. No Voice Trackers

Greater Media is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Contact: Send Air Checks and Resumes to: WJJZ-FM, One Bala Plaza, Suite 429, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 – Attention: Michael Tozzi, No Calls. No MP3s Send Hard Copies Only

*** From Kimberly A. Wheeler :

Dear Edward,

We would like to post the attached position to the weekly newsletter.

Many thanks,

Kim

Kimberly A. Wheeler

HR Generalist/Recruiter

Unity

1901 NW Blue Parkway

Unity Village, MO 64065

816-251-3520 x4

visit www.unityonline.org

visit www.dailyword.com

63.) Internal Communications Specialist—FOUR DAY WORK WEEK! Unity Headquarters, Lee’s Summit, MO

Overview

Design, develop and implement internal communications programs and activities to assure clear, concise, timely and effective communications up, down and across the organization. Develop communications tools and programs that support key organizational goals and initiatives. Oversee the daily operations and updating of a new and improved intranet. Develop programs that improve two-way communication and employee engagement. Support Executive Management, the Spiritual Business Units and key departments in getting timely information out to Unity employees and the Association of Unity Churches

Responsibilities

Draft and/or edit all internal communications. Work with Executive Team, HR and Communications Division to communicate key issues and initiatives, including content for the strategic plan. Oversee ongoing operation of new intranet and much more….

Qualifications

Must have a degree in Journalism or Communications, or equivalent level training and experience. Two to four years’ experience in internal communications, employee communications or similar corporate communications, including experience in all types of communication channels (e.g., online as well as print, face-to-face communication programs, presentations, etc.)

Salary & Benefits

Salary Range is 36,709.00 – 47,679.00 Annually. FOUR DAY WORK WEEK! Some telecommuting. Full Benefits package after a short 90 days and business casual work environment. For more information about Unity and a virtual tour, visit www.unityonline.org

Full Job Description and details about the benefits may be found at www.unityjobs.org

Contact: Human Resource

E-mail: HR@unityonline.org

Address: 1901 NW Blue Parkway

City: Lee’s Summit (Kansas City)

State: MO

Zip Code: 64065

How to apply: Resumes are being accepted by fax (816-251-3549) or email to HR@unityonline.org until November 21, 2007

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

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-78PLH4

*** From Jennifer Furey:

65.) Client Executive PR Agency, Burson-Marsteller, Chicago, IL

Burson-Marsteller's Consumer Brand Marketing Practice in Chicago is seeking an energetic, career-oriented public relations professional with 0-3 years of communications related experience to join their team as a Client Executive.

The person in this role will:

' Write and distribute basic materials including pitch letters, news releases, backgrounders, fact sheets, bios, newsletters, prepared remarks, program elements and standby statements;

' Through news bureau activities, develop pitches and work with targeted media on story development;

' Handle standard media inquiries;

' Research and monitor Client's business and industry to maintain a current knowledge base;

' Assist in the research and preparation for new business pitches;

' Coordinate production and distribution of materials with internal service departments to create print and video products;

' Organize and implement events and promotions for the Client;

' Assist in account administration duties such as billing and activity reports;

' Represent Client at events or trade shows.

' Proactively develop relationships with external audiences (media, third party constituencies, etc.) to convey the Client's message.

Our ideal candidate should possess prior public relations experience, strong writing, editing and proofing skills, and the ability to prioritize and function efficiently in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. In addition, the candidate must be well-versed in Microsoft Power Point and be extremely detail-oriented. Experience with food/nutrition or consumer packaged goods products is a large plus.

Contact: jennifer.furey@bm.com

66.) Associate PR Agency, Burson-Marsteller, Chicago, IL

Burson-Marsteller's Consumer Brand Marketing Practice in Chicago is seeking an energetic, career-oriented public relations professional with 2-4 years of communications related experience to join their team as an Associate.

The person in this role will:

' Write and distribute basic materials including pitch letters, news releases, backgrounders, fact sheets, bios, newsletters, prepared remarks, program elements and standby statements;

' Through news bureau activities, develop pitches and work with targeted media on story development;

' Handle standard media inquiries;

' Research and monitor Client's business and industry to maintain a current knowledge base;

' Assist in the research and preparation for new business pitches;

' Coordinate production and distribution of materials with internal service departments to create print and video products;

' Organize and implement events and promotions for the Client;

' Assist in account administration duties such as billing and activity reports;

' Represent Client at events or trade shows.

' Proactively develop relationships with external audiences (media, third party constituencies, etc.) to convey the Client's message.

Our ideal candidate must possess prior public relations experience, strong writing, editing and proofing skills, and the ability to prioritize and function efficiently in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. In addition, the candidate must be well-versed in Microsoft Power Point and be extremely detail-oriented. Experience with food/nutrition or consumer packaged goods products is a large plus.

Contact: jennifer.furey@bm.com

67.) Administrative Assistant-Gov't Communications, National Business Aviation Association, Washington, DC

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=24838211

68.) Communications Co-ordinator, Uniting International Mission, Sydney, Australia

Uniting International Mission, the division of the Uniting Church in

Australia responsible for mission, aid and development projects with our Partner churches in Asia, Pacific and Africa has a newly created role for a Communications Co-ordinator with a love of writing and a flair for creativity.

This is an exciting and varied position that will suit a resourceful,

committed person with very high professional and personal standards,

excellent organisational and inter-personal skills and practical

experience in marketing communications, PR or media relations.

You will be joining a small team committed to growth and success on

behalf of the poorest of the poor.

Your key responsibilities will include:

* Researching, interviewing, writing and editing copy for use in a wide range of print and electronic campaigns

* Produce simple flyers and other small print tasks using desk-top

publishing software

* Designing and writing for the web site and e-communications

* Managing all campaigns including planning, design, production and

distribution in print or electronic format

For a position description and information about the organisation and

role, please visit our website http://www.uim.uca.org.au or email

infouim@nat.uca.org.au or phone Rosemary Cottrell, Communications and

Fundraising Manager on 02-8267-4223.

Completed applications should be emailed to infouim@nat.uca.org.au by

Thursday 15 November 2007.

69.) Program Assistant, Communications, Association of Zoos & Aquariums, Silver Spring, MD

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=24086441

70.) Communications Interns (multiple positions), UN Office for Project Services, Copenhagen, Denmark

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-76CLLJ

71.) Communications Coordinator, Irrigation Association, Falls Church, VA

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=24793211

72.) Communication intern, Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development, Paris, France

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-77VHRB

*** From Eric M. Fulton:

Ned-

We have a job opening for an entry-level employee. The job description is below. I hope that it can find its way to your Communications JOTW newsletter.

Thanks,

Eric Fulton

Eric M. Fulton

Corporate Communications

Clark Construction Group L.L.C.

7500 Old Georgetown Road

Bethesda, Maryland 20814

73.) Communications Assistant, Clark Construction Group, Bethesda, Maryland

Clark Construction Group is seeking an energetic, well-organized individual to support the company’s Corporate Communications group. Ideal candidate should possess strong written and oral communication skills and have experience with design programs, including Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign).

Responsibilities include providing assistance with the production of internal and external publications, company announcements, and advertising, as well as drafting articles and press releases, creating award submissions, and posting content to the company’s Intranet and Web site. Candidate will work independently and as part of a team and should be comfortable working in a deadline-driven environment.

This is an entry-level position; relevant work experience and/or a bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred.

Clark Construction is one of the nation’s leading providers of construction services and is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland. The company offers competitive benefits and compensation package and easy metro access.

Please email resume to hr@clarkconstruction.com or fax to 301-272-8414.

74.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Imation Oakdale, Minnesota

http://www.imation.com/about_imation/careers/67952.html

75.) Technical Writer/Editor – TS/SCI Required, Argon ST, Fairfax, VA

http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.asp?JobID=63676324

76.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Wavelink Corporation, Midvale, UT

http://www.wavelink.com/about/jobs.aspx

77.) Marketing Communications Director, CacheLogic, San Francisco, CA

http://www.cachelogic.com/home/pages/corporate/marketingcommunications.php

78.) New Media Strategist, TMP Worldwide, Chicago, IL

http://www.hirebridge.com/jobseeker2/viewdetail.asp?joblistid=54069&cid=6023

79.) Publications & Resource Officer, Hepatitis Australia, Canberra, ACT, Australia

The Publications & Resource Officer is responsible for the development

and maintenance of Hepatitis Australia's print and online information

resources, liaison with IT and design contractors and general in-house

IT support.

People wishing to apply for this position must have:

* experience in drafting content and desktop publishing of print

publications, preferably experience using Adobe InDesign.

* experience in the management of web sites or ability to quickly

acquire.

* strong organisational skills preferably in relation to the

co-ordination of publication production.

* excellent communication skills to liaise with clients, stakeholders

and suppliers.

* experience in engaging and managing contractors (design, print

publication or website services).

* knowledge and understanding of public health issues, in particular

hepatitis C or the ability to quickly acquire relevant knowledge.

Demonstrated experience in drafting content and desktop publishing of

health information resources and materials would be an advantage.

This is a full-time (37.5 hour week) position located in Woden, Canberra

with a salary commencing at $40,000-$50,000 per annum dependent on

skills and prior experience plus 9% statutory superannuation. Salary

sacrificing is available with significant tax benefits.

Recent graduates may be considered for this position.

All applications must directly address the selection criteria. Please

download the application including selection criteria from

http://www.hepatitisaustralia.com or contact 02-6232-4257 to have the

application posted. Applications for this position close at 5pm Friday

16 November 2007.

80.) Manager, Web Communications and Knowledge Sharing , IFRC, Geneva, Switzerland

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-78HBZN

*** From Andy Cszul, who got it from Blair G. Childs:

Looking for a job or know anyone interested? Please see below. Feel

free to pass on. Thanks.

81.) Public Relations Executive, Premier Healthcare Alliance, Washington, DC

This person will be responsible for speech and other high level writing and media strategy and relations.

Premier healthcare alliance, a 2006 Malcolm Baldrige Quality Award

Winner, is a leading force in transforming our healthcare system. The

Premier healthcare alliance of 1700 community hospitals collects,

analyzes and shares knowledge nationwide to improve the health of

communities. We do this through:

The nation's largest clinical database that enables hospitals to

identify best practices, benchmark one another, and continually

improve their quality and costs

The largest portfolio of contracted medical products, supplies and

pharmaceuticals that are used by our member hospitals

Sponsorship of nationwide hospital “collaboratives” to improve

clinical quality and reduce costs

The Premier healthcare alliance is Transforming Healthcare Together.

For a complete job description on both roles, visit the Premier

career's page at www.premierinc.com.

Please contact me directly with any questions or you may contact our

recruiting director, Brian Foster @ (704)733-5434 or

brian_foster@premierinc.com.

Thank You.

Blair

Blair G. Childs

Senior Vice President

444 North Capitol Street, NW

Suite 625

Washington, D.C. 20001-1511

202-393-6499 (F)

Jennifer Brown, Executive Assistant: Jennifer_Brown@Premierinc.com

82.) Internship Video Production UNHCR , UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Geneva, Switzerland

Closing Date – 15 Nov 2007

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-77NKS3

83.) Senior Internal Communications Specialist, MetLife, Long Island City, New York

Preference given to those applicants who have earned the Accredited Business Communicator designation.

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=3184541

*** Gold Quill Awards. Rewarding excellence. Recognizing the best.

The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is now

accepting submissions for the 2008 Gold Quill Awards.

The Gold Quill Awards are the mark of global distinction and is the highest level of professional acknowledgment within business communication today.

Distinguish yourself and the work of your team. Join an international competition that brings out best examples of thought leadership, strategic management, creativity, resourcefulness and successful solutions the world over.

Who can enter? The Gold Quill Awards are open to members and non-members of IABC. Join strategists, managers, practitioners; corporate, government, and not-for-profit communicators; agency executives; photographers; graphic artists; creative conceptualists; tacticians and students to be part of the international best practices this annual competition represents.

Enter the 2008 IABC

Gold Quill Awards competition today. The Call for Entry is now on the

IABC web site at http://www.iabc.com/awards/gq.

*** Weekly Piracy Report:

31.10.2007: 0330 LT: 06:15N – 003:15E, Lagos, Nigeria.

Three pirates armed with knives boarded a tanker drifting. They took hostage the duty A/B and O/S and tied them up. They threatened the O/S with knives on his throat and asked him to open the accommodation doors but the O/S did not have the key. Two of the pirates then went to the bridge and assaulted the 2/O. The next watch keeper woke up and saw the movements on poop deck and raised the alarm. All crew mustered. Pirates escaped with ship's stores, property, crew personal belongings and cash. First aid administered to the O/S who received knife injuries. Port control informed.

30.10.2007: 2120 LT: 03:59.6N-006:50.3E, 15 NM off fairway buoy, Bonny Town, Nigeria.

Ten robbers armed with guns boarded a reefer vessel. Alarm raised and crew mustered. Robbers escaped. Attempt to contact bonny signal station were futile

27.10.2007: 0142 LT: Santos outer roads anchorage, Brazil.

Robbers armed with guns boarded a container ship and fired their guns at the approaching crew members. For safety crew members locked themselves in a safer place. Robbers opened 8 reefer containers and stole cargo contents and escaped. No one was injured

19.10.2007: Offshore Lagos: Nigeria.

Robbers armed with knives boarded a tanker at anchor. They took as hostage one AB. They tied him up and warned him not to make any attempt to escape. They stole some ship’s store. Robbers then took the AB into the accommodation and searched for money. They then returned to stern, lowered ship’s store into the waiting boat and escaped.

04.11.2007: 0130 LT: 21:40N – 088:01E, Hoogli river, Sagar roads anchorage, India.

Six robbers armed with knives boarded a chemical tanker at anchor, via the poop deck. Crew raised alarm and activated anti-piracy measures. Robbers jumped overboard and escaped, with ship's stores, in their waiting boat. No injuries to crew. Reported to harbour pilots but no action taken.

01.11.2007: 1320 LT: 01:52.5N – 102:09.5E, Malacca straits.

A small-unlit high-speed craft came close to a general cargo ship underway. Master switched on all deck lights, assembled all crew, and closed all entrances to the accommodation. Fire hoses standby and search lights directed towards the boat. Ships speed increased and evasive manoeuvres carried out. VTIS Port Klang notified. After about one and a half hours of trailing, the speedboat aborted the attempt. MRCC Kuala Lumpur was informed.

31.10.2007: 0410 LT: 06:44.84S – 039:35.02E, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Ten pirates in a 10m long wooden boat boarded a container ship drifting. They broke into three containers, stole ship's stores, property and escaped as soon as the crew was alerted. Port control informed.

29.10.2007: 2130 LT 02:11.57N – 045:47.95E, Mogadishu inner anchorage, Somalia.

The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre received a distress call that a general cargo ship was boarded and hijacked by seven armed pirates while at anchor after discharging cargo at Mogadishu. Pirates took control of the bridge, engine room and steering room. There was a fight between the crewmembers and pirates. Crew regained control the engine room and later managed to regain control of the bridge. Six crewmembers were injured. An US warship rendered assistance in rescuing the crew and ship. The injured crewmembers were given medical aid. Six pirates were captured and one killed.

28.10.2007: 2015 LT 21:40N-091:40E, Chittagong anchorage, Bangladesh.

Duty AB on a tanker noticed three robbers armed with knives on poop deck. He informed D/O on bridge who raised alarm and flashed the Aldis lamp towards the robbers. Robbers jumped overboard and escaped. Some ship’s stores found stolen. Coast guard informed.

26.09.2007: 0236 LT: 14:36.4N – 120:52.05E, Vic north harbour anchorage, Manila, Philippines.

Robbers boarded the ship at anchor from stbd side using grappling hook. They broke forecastle store lock and stole ship's property and a life raft. Master reported to coast guard and they conducted an investigation and advised the master to take precautionary measures.

*** Weekly Most Wanted Poster:

KIDNAPPING, SEXUAL ASSAULT – UNKNOWN SUSPECT

http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/seekinfo/wheeling.htm

*** Ball cap of the week: 2007 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox

*** Coffee Mug of the Day: Touch a life – Make a difference (from Potomac Ridge Behavioral Health System)

*** T-Shirt of the day: Always Ready – Always Running – Global Crossing (Thanks to Rebecca Yeamans)

*** NCOA writing pad complete with handy-dandy calculator (Thanks to Donna Childress)

*** This week’s umbrella: Courtesy of Diane Doyne and the Northwester University School of Law

*** Today's featured musical accompaniment: Brinsley Schwarz

*** I should make you aware of the recommended, optional, suggested JOTW policy that asks people who submit listings on behalf of their employer to consider maybe possibly sending a company hat, mug or shirt to JOTW, maybe, perhaps.

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