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JOTW 28-2008

14 July 2008

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In this issue (Remember, to see the job descriptions and how to follow up, scroll down):

*** One Paragraph Pitch

*** KISSS

1.) Direct Marketing Professional, Hawk Labeling Systems, Stillwater, MN

2.) Account Executive to Director, MARC USA, Pittsburgh, PA

3.) Web Communications, Investor AB, Stockholm, Sweden

4.) Financial editor, Handlesbanken Capital Markets, Stockholm, Sweden

5.) Project Managers – Pro Bono Marketing Projects, Taproot Foundation, Oakland, CA

6.) Public Information Officer, City of Casa Grande, Arizona

7.) Communications Coordinator, Green Restaurant Association, Boston, MA

8.) Administrative Assistant, Green Restaurant Association, Boston, MA

9.) Director of Alumni Communications, Ball State University, Indianapolis, Indiana

10.) Manager, Strategic/Operational Communications and Senior Communications Specialist, MedStar Health, Columbia, MD

11.) Vice President for Marketing and Communications, Northeastern University, Boston, MA

12.) Communications Manager (1548), United States of America, CHF International, Silver Spring, MD

13.) Media Relations Manager, National Association of Professional Employers (NAPEO), Alexandria, VA

14.) Director of News and Information Services, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV

15.) Social Communication Advisor, Handicap International, Lhasa city, China (Tibet Autonomous Region

16.) Membership Semester Internship, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. Reston, VA

17.) Intern in the Public Information Unit of the UNHCR Office, UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Vienna, Austria

18.) Associate Vice President for Marketing and Communications, Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA

19.) Public Policy & Communications Coordinator, Solid Ground, Seattle, Washington 20.) Outreach Coordinator, Solid Ground, Seattle, Washington

21.) AED Communication Managers, AED, Washington, DC

22.) AED Web Communication Specialist, AED, Washington, DC

23.) Communication Assistant, Nonviolent Peaceforce, Brussels, Belgium

24.) Communications Fellow, Fenton Communications, San Francisco or New York Office

25.) Advocacy, Communications and Social Mobilization Specialists –

Tuberculosis, Overseas Strategic Consulting, Various Locations

26.) Director of Regulatory Marketing Communications, national healthcare organization, Baltimore, MD

27.) Communications Coordinator, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC.

28.) Health Policy Communications Associate, Center for Health Care Strategies, Hamilton, New Jersey

29.) Senior Account Executive, DBC PR+New Media, Washington, DC

30.) Advancement Communications Manager, Lebanese American University, New York, New York

31.) Director of Communications, MOROCCAN AMERICAN CENTER, Washington, D.C

32.) Corporate Communications Manager, Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, Cincinnati, OH

33.) DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND GOVERNMENT RELATIONS, POSTAL REGULATORY COMMISSION, WASHINGTON, DC

34.) Special Events Coordinator, USO of Metropolitan Washington, Fort Meyer, Virginia

35.) Mobile USO Program Manager, USO-Metro, Fort Meyer, VA

36.) Development Specialist, USO of Metropolitan Washington, Fort Myer, Virginia

37.) Director of Public Relations and Communications, Western State College, Gunnison, CO

38.) Photographic Assistant, Walgreens, Deerfield, IL

39.) Executive Director, IT Communications, Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA

40.) Director of Public Relations, American Bible Society, NY, NY

41.) Communications and Media Relations Director, Outdoor Advertising Association of America, Washington, DC

42.) Marketing Director, Britten Sinfonia, Cambridge, East England, UK

43.) Publishing and Marketing Assistant, TATE ETC. Magazine, Tate Gallery, London, UK

44.) Editorial Assistant, TATE ETC. Magazine, Tate Gallery, London, UK

45.) Assistant Editor (Science Writer), Cambridge Healthtech Institute, Needham, MA

46.) Senior Manager/Director, Public Affairs (Position will be a Senior Manager or Director of Public Affairs based on level of experience), Chicago, IL

47.) COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, LWCC, Baton Rouge, LA

48.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Bayfront Medical Center, St. Petersburg, FL

49.) Vice President, Corporate Communications, HEALTH PARTNERS, Philadelphia, PA

50.) Director of Corporate Communications, Florida's Blood Centers, Orlando, FL

51.) Assistant Director of Public and Media Relations, The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Indianapolis, Indiana

52.) Brand Marketing & Communications Director, Salary.com, Waltham, MA

53.) Publications Coordinator – Nashville Symphony, Publishingcrossing, Nashville, TN

54.) Project Manager, On – Air, Sci-Fi, GE, New York, NY

55.) Corporate Communications Specialist, JT3, Las Vegas, NV

56.) Communications Director, American Heart Association, Atlanta, GA

57.) Associate University Relations Specialist (Editor and Writer), University of Wisconsin-Platteville Distance Learning Center, STATE OF WISCONSIN, PLATTEVILLE, WI

58.) Manager, Events and Outreach, New America Foundation, Washington DC

59.) Manager, Media Relations, New America Foundation, Washington DC

60.) Managing Editor, NewAmerica.net, New America Foundation, Washington DC

61.) Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager, Green For All, Oakland, California 62.) Mgr Retail Operations Communications Support – SVU, SaveALot, Eden Prairie, MN

63.) Communications Director, U.S. Naval Institute, Annapolis, MD

64.) PUBLIC RELATIONS ACCOUNT COORDINATOR, KNB Communications, Norwalk, CT

65.) Vice President of University Relations, Alumni Association of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

66.) Corporate Communications Manager, Nissan, Canton, MS

67.) Sr. Manager/Director of Corporate Communications, Waggener Edstrom, Seattle, WA

68.) Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital (GSCNC) is seeking a Director of Public Relations, Washington, DC

69.) Director – Internal Corporate Communications, RH Donnelley Corporation, Cary, NC

70.) Senior Financial Writer, Money Management Firm, Jersey City, NJ

71.) Press Secretary, Maryland Department of Budget and Management, Baltimore, MD

72.) Communications Consultant – PA – Marketing, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

73.) Communication Consultant – Medical/Science News Editor/Feature Writer, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

74.) Editor/Writer II, School of Social Work, University of Southern California (USC),Angeles, CA

75.) Communications Associate, Asia Society, NY, NY

76.) Director of Marketing and Communications, Hope Street Group, Washington, D.C.

77.) Online Editor and Community Manager, Hope Street Group, Washington, D.C.

78.) Communications Director, SCA Tissue, Philadelphia, PA

79.) Senior Communications Specialist, Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB), Toronto, Ontario, Canada

80.) Technical Editor/Writer, SCCI, Dahlgren, VA

81.) Sony PlayStation: Senior Corporate Communications Specialist, Sony Computer Entertainment, Foster City, CA

82.) Director, Communications and Public Relations, The Creative Group, San Ramon, CA

83.) SENIOR EXPERT FOR OUTREACH PROGRAMS, Defense Intelligence Agency, Department of Defense, Northern Virginia

84.) Director of Public/Media Relations, Bowling Green Pro Baseball, Bowling Green, KY

85.) Media Relations Director, Fresh Energy, St Paul, MN

86.) Public Affairs Specialist (Communications Specialist), Federal Election Commission, WASHINGTON, DC

87.) Anti-Piracy Analyst (VIDEO GAMES), Entertainment Software Association, Washington,DC

*** Weekly Piracy Report

…and more! Scroll down and see them all!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

Hi, Ned,

Here's my OPP. Hope you can fit it in soon! Thanks,

Terry

Need an experienced communicator to act as an extension of your staff and handle ongoing programs, or to create and implement new initiatives from start to finish? I have more than 25 years of experience in corporate communications and public relations in a wide variety of industries, at in-house departments and agencies. I also hold an M.B.A. in Marketing from the Stern School of Business at NYU. I am a Communications Consultant working for clients that include a global construction firm, a worldwide supplier of industrial and medical gases, the animal health division of a respected pharmaceutical firm and several PR and marketing agencies. Contact me to discuss your upcoming needs. Terry Kuflik, Terry Kuflik Communications, tkuflik@comcast.net, 908 518 7780 (office in NJ).

*** From Robert Holland, ABC:

Friends,

In case you missed it, check out my big TV debut. This opportunity came to me unsolicited. I haven't done TV in years — and never have I done live TV! Follow the link and look for the video labeled “Communication at Work.”

http://www.wtvr.com/Global/category.asp?C=86435&nav=menu79_6_3

If you see me doing anything embarrassing, keep it to yourself. If you think it was good, then I'll be signing autographs soon at a strip mall near you. 🙂 They say TV adds 10 pounds, which is really the only reason I agreed to do it.

Robert

(Not to be outdone, Ned’s Ragan video, “The value of accreditation,” has been placed on

http://www.iabc.com/leaders/abctoolkit/value-article.htm and the main accreditation page, http://www.iabc.com/abc/ under testimonials.)

*** Networking:

I’m delighted to connect with JOTW members on Plaxo, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Just search for “Edward Lundquist” and connect.

Please do not ask me to connect with you if you don’t indicate that we know each other through JOTW (or whatever), especially if your profile has no photo, job info or location.

If I do not know you, and can’t look at a photo to recognize you, and you don’t indficate our connection, I will have to pass on connecting.

*** KISSS (Kommunicators in Search of Someone Special):

Female who is smart, funny, leftie of hand and persuasion, creative, currently in New Haven, longing to return to DC/Baltimore. Writer, writing coach and, like you, don’t look my age except some days when the morning sun hits my mirror and I wish I could. (I’m 66 but I do yoga and am a rigorous walker and gardener and still have the energy of 2 or 3. 5’6” and some. Not bad looking with blue eyes, long legs, curly blond/grey/whatever hair; pictures available. Looking for an appreciator of wit, literature, the arts, new ideas, old verities, good food and Obama. At least some spontaneity appreciated; warmth, a tender touch and interest in others, even strangers, highly desired. s.hartt@comcast.net – will respond to all queries except from heavy drinkers.

Sue

(Who is the celebrity you most closely resemble?)

Glenn Close (several people a year either think I’m she or note the resemblance). She is, however, a bit younger, a lot shorter and, alas, more talented.

(Alas…)

Your alas means, I infer, that I am too old for the ambitious young lads of JOTW. Another entry into my blog (being developed into a book for a publisher of note – one takes one’s compensations where one can).

(No…you infer wrong. Your saying Glenn Close is more talented means you sell yourself short.)

Aha! Actually, I rarely sell myself and my talents short. In fact, probably never. I was also an actress, although there are those who say I still am. I’m an outstanding writer – even my ex, a critic and brilliant writer whose name you might know (or not) said I was good – as long as I stayed in marcom land. Confidence has rarely been my short suit.

Sue

(Within minutes of this exchange, Sue posts the following to her blog:

http://musingsue.blog.com/2008/7/

I think her conclusion was reached unfairly.)

(I called her on it.)

The truth, a truth, is that I should have checked my source, ferreted out the truth, left jumping to the Olympic trails: I was NOT rejected by KISSS because of my age, flippancy or any old reason. Editor Ned was responding to my comment about Glenn Close being, alas, more talented than I, which was meant to be funny. He only rejects people for being too young (hey, this isn't FaceBook we're talking about here). Once again I was carried away by my imagination and a pun or two. I'll never learn, which is both comforting and worrying.

*** Singapore Axe Commercial Avoids Lameness at Last Minute

http://www.adrants.com/2008/07/singapore-axe-commercial-avoids-lameness.php

http://www.coloribus.com/paedia/reels/2008/07/05/512634/show/

*** Heather Murphy and “Strikes for Strays,” or was that “Pins for Pups?”

Ned, your JOTWers are fantastic, generous people. I’m wondering if they might be willing to help a statewide golden retriever rescue organization? August 2 is Bowl-A-Rama for Rescue. Arizona Golden Retriever Connection (www.azgrc.org) set an ambitious Bowl-A-Rama goal to raise $20,000 for our veterinary fund. Whatever we raise through Bowl-A-Rama –- 100% — goes directly to pay for veterinary care for the rescued goldens. Sometimes we learn that they have special needs for medical treatment, surgery or regular medications after we accept them and give them a thorough vet check. For 2008, we selected six very special dogs that have endured pain and suffering with dignity and courage. Their faith in the humans who reached out to help them is repaid with affection and gratitude for having been rescued. To learn more about them and consider donating, visit http://www.azgrc.org/events/bowl_a_rama_2008/bowl_a_rama_2008.html. Contact me at heather@southpawfinephotos.com with any questions.

*** A JOTW “Can't Wait” job opportunity from Mike Kasun with Hawk Labeling

Systems

1.) Direct Marketing Professional, Hawk Labeling Systems, Stillwater, MN

A growing direct marketing company in Minneapolis/St.Paul Minnesota

suburb seeks to expand its direct mail and internet labeling business.

We are recruiting a creative direct mail and marketing person with

product catalog development and circulation experience, on-line and

shopping cart, internet sales and business development track record.

This person must have proven ability to write creative sales copy and

design entire direct mail campaigns, catalogs, web and PR. The position

we are seeking to fill requires experience and skills in direct mail

list selection, purchasing and tracking, postal regulations, printing,

on-line marketing, and telephone customer service and sales. The ability

to manage and direct others in customer service and telemarketing is a

big plus for growth potential in this position. This is the idea

position for a skilled, multiple task oriented creative person who wants

a career not just a job. We are willing to provide excellent benefits,

compensatory salary with skill level, excellent work environment, great

people and opportunity. Interested candidates send complete history,

goals and compensation requirements to: Hawk Labeling Systems, P.O. Box

208, Stillwater, MN. 55082 or e-mail: hr@hawklabeling.com

*** Here's another JOTW “Can't Wait” opportunity from Rob Throckmorton,

SPHR, at MARC USA

Public Relations Professionals being hired at National Agency, at

several levels

From Rob Throckmorton, SPHR

Director of Employment and Staffing

MARC USA

July 2008

2.) Account Executive to Director, MARC USA, Pittsburgh, PA

MARC USA is a national, full-service Advertising / Marketing / Public

Relations agency headquartered in Pittsburgh. We are hiring Public

Relations stars for our Station Square-based Public Relations Team.

Positions range from Account Executive to Director.

All roles will support Consumer, Retail and/or Business to Business

clients, while providing PR services such as media relations, social

media, internal communication, crisis management, special events, event

marketing, press releases, speech writing, press conferences, cause

marketing, and promotional efforts to name a few. You may work on

clients that are solely PR, or others that require integrated marketing

campaigns (is which cases, you will team and closely collaborate with

other advertising and marketing disciplines). All positions will have

daily contact with clients and all levels within our agency. In these

positions, you will also have the opportunity to hone your new business

skills. The Director level position will perform at a strategic level.

Supervisory responsibilities exist for higher level positions

All positions require a Bachelors Degree and exceptional writing skills.

AE level candidates should have at least three years of PR related

experience. Director level candidates should have at least 12 years.

Agency experience is a must for all positions.

For consideration, send your resume to robresumes@marcusa.com

MARC USA is proud of its commitment to diversity.

*** From Adrianne George:

Hejsan Ned,

Have you recovered from your trip to Ethiopia? My summer has turned out to be activity filled including a trip to Samos, Greece, a speaking gig in London, another speaking gig at San Francisco for BlogHer next week, and then to the Democratic National Convention as a blogger. We move up to Stockholm next month from Halmstad and I am looking forward to the big city.

I am soliciting donations to pay for the expenses of my trip to the DNC. Bloggers have to pay their own way. Should you feel inclined please look at my donation page and share the link with those you feel may want to help:

http://blackwomenineurope.chipin.com/travel-to-dnc-in-denver

That's the latest,

Adrianne

3.) Web Communications, Investor AB, Stockholm, Sweden

Investor AB, Sweden's largest investment company, is looking for an American English speaker for web communications. Based in Stockholm:

http://www.jobsinstockholm.com/rd2.asp?id=22823

4.) Financial editor, Handlesbanken Capital Markets, Stockholm, Sweden

Handlesbanken Capital Markets is looking for an English speaking Financial editor and publisher to work in Stockholm:

http://www.jobsinstockholm.com/rd2.asp?id=23252

5.) Project Managers – Pro Bono Marketing Projects, Taproot Foundation, Oakland, CA

http://adrants.jobwink.com/Description.aspx?ID=2121

*** From Heather Murphy:

6.) Public Information Officer, City of Casa Grande, Arizona

Range $55,392 to $76,328

http://www.ci.casa-grande.az.us/web/guest/345

*** From Michael Oshman:

Hello Friends of the Green Restaurant Association:

I hope this Summer finds you well. The GRA staff has almost tripled in the past year and we are continuing to grow. There are two positions for which we are hiring. Please see their titles and their job posting links below. If you know of somebody who would be an excellent candidate for these particular positions, please forward the postings to them.

Take care and have a great rest of the summer.

Sincerely,

Michael Oshman

Green Restaurant Association

Executive Director

www.dinegreen.com

gra@dinegreen.com

(617) 737-3344

(702) 993-9877 Fax

7.) Communications Coordinator, Green Restaurant Association, Boston, MA

http://jobs.treehugger.com/job/2de94c34038f2094cec085186f8a5b58/?d=1&source=site_home

8.) Administrative Assistant, Green Restaurant Association, Boston, MA

http://jobs.treehugger.com/job/0703edc32415368cd8f765726f7d385e/?d=1&source=site_home

9.) Director of Alumni Communications, Ball State University, Indianapolis, Indiana

http://chronicle.com/jobs/id.php?id=0000564519-01&pg=s&cc=

*** From Paula.L.Winkis:

Could you please share the following vacancy announcements with your contacts?

MedStar Health is in search of qualified candidates for two strategic/operational communications managers and a senior communication specialist

10.) Manager, Strategic/Operational Communications and Senior Communications Specialist, MedStar Health, Columbia, MD

For immediate consideration, please apply on line at www.medstarhealth.org

About Us

MedStar Health is a $3.1 billion non-profit healthcare organization and a community-based network of eight hospitals and other healthcare services across Maryland and in the Washington, DC, region. The hospitals, which include both teaching and community facilities, are Franklin Square Hospital Center, Good Samaritan Hospital, Harbor Hospital, Montgomery General Hospital and Union Memorial Hospital in Maryland, and Georgetown University Hospital, National Rehabilitation Hospital, and Washington Hospital Center in the District of Columbia.

MedStar Health is based in Columbia, Md., and as the region's largest healthcare system, it is also one of the largest employers with 25,000 employees and more than 5,000 affiliated physicians, all of whom support MedStar Health's patient-first philosophy that combines care, compassion and clinical excellence with an emphasis on customer service. We prove this every day with more than 147,000 inpatient admissions and over a million and a half outpatient visits each year.

MedStar Health’s areas of clinical excellence include cardiology, cardiac surgery, oncology services, rehabilitation, neurosciences, orthopedic surgery, women’s services, and emergency and sub-acute care, medical education and research. Other health-related services include assisted living, home health and long-term care. MedStar Health also operates nursing homes, senior housing, adult day care, rehabilitation and ambulatory center, as well as MedStar Physician Partners, a comprehensive physician network in the Baltimore-Washington area.

Strategic/Operational Communications Position Overview

Effective communication is vital to turning strategy into operational success. MedStar Health is in search of qualified candidates for two strategic/operational communications managers and a sr. communication specialist who combine experience, technical expertise with creative solutions to:

Develop comprehensive communications strategies consistent with our clients’ organizational goals and issues to reinforce their messages to employees

Deliver a full range of customized solutions, including strategic communications planning, creative visuals, branding, exceptional execution and measurement

Engage employees using both traditional and electronic media – from face-to-face communication to newsletters to Web portals and desktop training.

Necessary Qualifications:

Must have a B.A. (or higher level degree) in communication, journalism, related field, or equivalent experience.

Prefer Masters degree in business or communications; prefer accreditation in business communications (ABC) or public relations (APR).

Must have 6-10 years communications experience, and corporate internal communications experience. Prefer 7-8 years communications generalist experience, with at least three in internal communications in a large organization, and demonstrated experience measuring communications effectiveness.

Strong communication skills (listening, presentations/speaking, writing, interpersonal) and commitment to customer service delivery. Organizational savvy, with the ability to interact and influence at all levels of an organization, including senior management.

Extensive knowledge of communication strategy development and communications success factors; demonstrated organizational skills on large, complex projects

Experience in health care, consulting and working in a non-profit, a plus.

Ability and desire to handle multiple projects at one time and often involving different functional areas across the organization, and meet strict deadlines combined with a high degree of initiative, dedication and commitment to making the client’s initiative successful; strong teamwork orientation.

Knowledge of and proficiency in communications software needed to perform the function: all aspects of Microsoft Office and ancillary tools, working knowledge of Web-based communications tools.

Solid understanding and demonstrated experience in PowerPoint with a good understanding of communicating strategy and tactics through PowerPoint.

Job Descritpion

Under the general direction of the Strategic/Operational Communications leadership team, writes and disseminates communications related to system initiatives, policies and system-wide announcements to support the strategic goals of MedStar Health.

Responsible for positively positioning system initiatives with all internal audiences: leadership, management, employees and medical staff.

Successfully manages and develops internal communication plans and programming to increase employee engagement, and help employees understand their role in supporting the organization’s strategic vision.

Partners closely with executives and team leaders across the system to define organizational best practices, plan/execute complex internal communications processes that support key business goals, and ensure organizational message consistency and alignment across the MedStar Health system.

Initiates and develops high quality communications tools (print and electronic) that deliver compelling content in line with strategic/operational communications based on research and measurable outcomes.

Contributes strategic content development and visual impact for client-related work on MedStar’s internal and external websites, with a focus on look/feel as well as technical enhancement of the platform.

As directed by Strategic/Operational Communications leadership, works with internal and external vendors (photographers, designers, video crews, creative agencies, printers, etc.) to produce superior content and collateral.

Refines and develops communications channels to increase their effectiveness; strong problem-solving skills: identification, solution and service recovery; serves as a resource for internal communications system-wide; and assists with change communication efforts.

Leverages new technologies and traditional communications activities to continually improve communications.

The successful candidate will bring experience in organizational and employee development, particularly the linkages between individual employee behaviors and business objectives (e.g., large-scale change projects), be flexible and creative with excellent written and verbal communications skills, experience in planning, marketing communications, relationship-building, project/time management and computer skills. For immediate consideration, please apply on line at www.medstarhealth.org

11.) Vice President for Marketing and Communications, Northeastern University, Boston, MA

http://chronicle.com/jobs/id.php?id=0000565011-01&pg=s&cc=

12.) Communications Manager (1548), United States of America, CHF International, Silver Spring, MD

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7GCP9N

*** From Sara Hermann:

Ned:

Can you please include the following Media Relations Manager position in your next issue?

Thanks

13.) Media Relations Manager, National Association of Professional Employers (NAPEO), Alexandria, VA

This is an exciting opportunity to maximize the public profile of a business to business trade association and be a significant contributor to an active public relations department. Leveraging your existing media relationships, you will develop proactive coverage in the media for the National Association of Professional Employers (NAPEO). You will identify newsworthy information shaping it into press releases and media pitches, and working with top tier media to develop strategic and prominent coverage. The Media Relations Manager will foster relations with key media contacts pushing stories for coverage and responding to journalists' requests for material, generate positive media coverage in new and creative ways, effectively curtailing negative press; and manage overall reputation/image among strategically designated audiences. The individual NAPEO is seeking should have experience in media management and channels, message development and audience targeting, and an understanding of media coverage and placement. With headquarters in Alexandria, VA, we will only respond to applicants located in the Washington, DC area. No relocation or telecommuting is available.

Required Skills:

• Demonstrated networking skills and the ability to sustain and build partnerships and collaborations with a wide variety of stakeholders and members of the media.

• Minimum of five years experience synthesizing complex information and developing clear “media ready” messages.

• Bachelor's degree in Communications, Journalism, Public Relations or a related discipline.

• A history of media placement success with a background in issues management.

• Strong oral and written communications skills required.

• Previous work interacting with reporters both proactively and reactively also required.

If you qualify, please submit your resume and salary requirements to jobs@napeo.org for immediate consideration. No phone calls accepted. Comprehensive benefits package provides for individual medical, dental, vision and short term disability coverage all paid by NAPEO.

14.) Director of News and Information Services, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV

http://chronicle.com/jobs/id.php?id=0000565898-01&pg=s&cc=

15.) Social Communication Advisor, Handicap International, Lhasa city, China (Tibet Autonomous Region

Closing Date – 20 Jul 2008

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7FZGRU

*** From Amy Doane:

Hi Ned,

I’ve been reading and using your JOTW email for years. Now, for the first time, I have a position to post for all the other readers out there.

The job description is attached in Word and copied below. Thanks for all your work to put out this wonderful resource!

Amy

Amy Doane

Chapter Relations Manager

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc.

FCCLA:The Ultimate Leadership Experience

1910 Association Drive

Reston, VA 20191

Ph. (703) 476-4900 ext. 309

Fax: (703) 860-2713

adoane@fcclainc.org

www.fcclainc.org

16.) Membership Semester Internship, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. Reston, VA

ABOUT FCCLA

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in family and consumer sciences education in public and private school through grade 12. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers and communities by addressing important personal, work and societal issues through family and consumer sciences education. Today over 220,000 members in nearly 7,000 chapters are active in a network of associations in 50 states as well as in the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

ABOUT YOU

FCCLA is looking for an undergraduate student who is interested in marketing and membership services and is willing to work hard to build a portfolio of experience. Our intern will work closely with the marketing, membership, and communications team. The ideal candidate will possess a strong desire to work in a membership organization and an unbelievable positive business attitude. Our office is comprised of very driven, self-motivated individuals that are very serious about their careers. This is a perfect opportunity for someone trying to learn more about the nonprofit world and gain marketing and association experience.

ABOUT THE WORK

Responsibilities & Expectations Include:

 Administer timely response to membership affiliations

 Compile and distribute three newsletters (chapter adviser, state adviser, and alumni)

 Maintain and contribute to chapter adviser blog

 Act as main contact for end of year evaluation of membership campaign, incentives, etc.

 Work with the Chapter Relations Manager and Chapter Relations Coordinator in completing membership recruitment and retention activities

 Act as first point of contact for advisers’ membership inquiries

 Assist Director of Marketing and Communications with Statewide Marketing Initiative

 Submit quarterly membership information for the student magazine, Teen Times and teacher publication, The Adviser

 Support FCCLA Week in February and develop a campaign to involve staff, states, and local chapters

 Participate in weekly staff meetings

 Work with the Chapter Relations Manager and Chapter Relations Coordinator in completing membership, marketing, and communication tasks as assigned

QUALIFICATION

 Currently enrolled in an accredited college at the undergraduate level

 Entering either junior or senior year in good academic standing, majoring in Family and Consumer Sciences, Communications, Business, or a related field

 Internship candidates will be expected to demonstrate excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills along with proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)

 Superior organizational skills to handle multiple tasks efficiently

 Ability to perform in a fast-paced environment

 Previous work experience (part-time, internship or volunteer) is preferred but not required

 An enthusiastic attitude and a strong interest in marketing and nonprofit associations

Please make note this is an unpaid internship (although some transportation costs could be reimbursed or making a small travel stipend, depending on need); however if your school participates in a work study program you may earn credit towards your degree. Interested candidates will be required to provide writing samples as part of the interview process. This internship can be a part time (15-20 hours) internship during the work week.

SUBMIT RESUME & INTEREST STATEMENT BY

August 15, 2008

CONTACT

Amy Doane

Chapter Relations Manager

FCCLA, Inc.

adoane@fcclainc.org

(703) 476-4900, ext. 309

17.) Intern in the Public Information Unit of the UNHCR Office, UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Vienna, Austria

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-6RTJ2C

18.) Associate Vice President for Marketing and Communications, Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA

http://chronicle.com/jobs/id.php?id=0000564094-01&pg=s&cc=

19.) Public Policy & Communications Coordinator, Solid Ground, Seattle, Washington

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=220000027

20.) Outreach Coordinator, Solid Ground, Seattle, Washington

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=220000026

*** From Coleridge Collymore:

Hi Ned,

Please see attached job opportunities for your next JOTW newsletter.

Thanks in advance for including it.

Coleridge Collymore

21.) AED Communication Managers, AED, Washington, DC

AED, a nonprofit organization in Washington, DC working globally to improve education, health, civil society and economic development, is seeking Communication Managers within their Center for Health Communication (CHC) to lead and support several domestic public health initiatives.

CHC currently implements a diverse portfolio of social marketing and communication projects in the U.S. which are funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, private associations and foundations on health issues such as obesity prevention, immunization, tobacco control, and injury prevention.

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

• Manage all aspects of accounts including development and dissemination of materials including news releases, factsheets, PSAs, articles;

• Arrange news conferences, deskside briefings, ethnic media roundtables;

• Supervise media buys, RMTs, and SMTs;

• Create and implement PR strategies to support multiple clients;

• Develop and present new business proposals;

• Produce and manage high quality work under strict deadlines.

Requirements include:

• a minimum of 7-10 years supervising multiple accounts at a PR agency, preferably with Federal government clients;

• proven success leading communication campaigns;

• strong writing and pitching ability, superior interpersonal skills;

• a Bachelor's Degree in mass communications or public relations; Master's Degree preferred.

Please go to below links to see full job description(s) for related AED Communications positions:

• http://employment.aed.org/openings/grade7/8182.htm

• http://employment.aed.org/openings/grade7/8203.htm

• http://employment.aed.org/openings/grade6/8202.htm

• http://employment.aed.org/openings/grade6/8167.htm

We offer an attractive compensation package that includes medical, dental, paid holidays, personal and vacation leave, employer-sponsored retirement plan, educational benefits, health club memberships compressed work week schedules, and more!

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

We thank all individuals for their interest in AED, however only those selected for interviews will be contacted. AA/EOE/M/F/D/V

22.) AED Web Communication Specialist, AED, Washington, DC

AED, a nonprofit organization in Washington, DC working globally to improve education, health, civil society and economic development, is seeking a Web Communication Specialist within their Center for Health Communication (CHC) to lead and support several domestic public health initiatives.

CHC currently implements a diverse portfolio of social marketing and communication projects in the U.S. which are funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, private associations and foundations on health issues such as obesity prevention, immunization, tobacco control, and injury prevention.

Positions Summary:

Web Communication Specialist will lead tasks related to the design, development, and evaluation of Web communications on multiple national and community-based health promotion projects. Because the work of the Center is continuously evolving, the position will work as an integral member of an entrepreneurial, multi-disciplinary team to plan and implement a broad range of social marketing and other projects and activities, with particular contributions expected in the areas of Web communications and marketing. The position combines technical work and project/task management.

Requirements include:

• 7 year(s) of relevant experience required with experience in planning, managing, and implementing all facets of Web communications projects and tasks including project timelines and budgets;

• Demonstrated experience working with federal clients and government contracts;

• Demonstrated experience with project management; Must have strong knowledge of Section 508 compliance in relation to web interfaces; Must have working knowledge of with Excel and Access databases;

• Should have good understanding of Web 2.0 and its applications;

• Understanding of SQL, ColdFusion, and JavaScript preferred;

• Experience in web programming and database management preferred;

• Basic knowledge of Unix and Windows operating systems preferred;

To see full job description go to the following link:

• http://employment.aed.org/openings/grade7/8200.htm

We offer an attractive compensation package that includes medical, dental, paid holidays, personal and vacation leave, employer-sponsored retirement plan, educational benefits, health club memberships compressed work week schedules, and more!

Interested applicants should send resume with cover letter referencing position #CC8200id to: AED/HR, 1825 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20009; fax: (202) 884-8413 or email: employ@smtp.aed.org. For additional information, visit our website at http://www.aed.org.

We thank all individuals for their interest in AED, however only those selected for interviews will be contacted. AA/EOE/M/F/D/V

23.) Communication Assistant, Nonviolent Peaceforce, Brussels, Belgium

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7G7J72

*** From Elysha Rom-Povolo:

See attached/below job posting for your respective list-serves/job banks. Thank you very much for circulating this. The closing date is 8/31/08, but applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.

Elysha Rom-Povolo

Receptionist/Administrative Assistant

FENTON | communications

182 Second Street, Suite 400

San Francisco, CA 94105

415-901-0111 x346

415-901-0110 fax

AIM: elysharom

www.fenton.com

24.) Communications Fellow, Fenton Communications, San Francisco or New York Office

One-Year Paid Fellowship

Fenton Communications is hiring for a one-year, full-time paid communications fellowship to begin September 1, 2008 and end August 31, 2009. Fenton Communications is one of the leading public-interest strategic communications firms in the country with offices in Washington, D.C., San Francisco, and New York. We develop and execute strategic media campaigns on environmental, public health and social justice issues, including education reform, voting and democracy, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights, organized labor and women’s rights.

The Communications Fellow will be responsible for executing media campaigns for Fenton Communications. He/she will work closely with public interest allies on a range of issues, including human rights, labor, public health, and environmental protection, and women's rights. The person in this position will also work on an account focused on increasing diverse representations of American Muslims in the news media. This position will be based either in San Francisco or New York and may require some travel outside that region.

Essential Responsibilities/Duties:

Developing and executing intermediate PR and campaign tactics, such as:

– Pitching mid- to high-level reporters

– Overseeing production of media lists and media summaries

– Organizing and staffing press events and editorial board visits

– Writing press releases and advisories, pitch memos, fact sheets, op-eds, etc.

Conducting research on account-related issues and funding sources

Conducting client relations on specific tasks such as expenditure approval

Securing endorsements for sign-on letters

Delegating tasks where appropriate

Drafting work plans and budgets for client accounts

Pursue professional development plan developed in conjunction with supervisor

Essential Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, Communications, Advertising, Political Science or other applicable field, or demonstrated equivalent experience.

Two to three 2-3 years experience in public-interest advocacy or campaigns, public affairs PR, social activism, or demonstrated equivalent experience.

Excellent news sense and political savvy.

Demonstrated ability to pitch and service clients.

Extensive knowledge of print and electronic news media. Strong computer and Internet research skills.

Ability to communicate clearly and effectively and to interact and perform in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment.

Required: Understanding and cultural competency related to the American Muslim community and Islam, experience working with the American Muslim community and deep relationships with members of the American Muslim community in any of the following cities: New York, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Houston, and/or Seattle.

Preferred, But Not Required: Written and Verbal Fluency in Farsi, Arabic, Urdu, Pashto, Spanish, and/or Cantonese/Mandarin.

Supervision: The Communications Fellow will report to an Account Director, Vice President or Senior Vice President.

Compensation: Competitive with benefits.

To apply: Send resume, cover letter, three3 writing samples, three3 references, and salary requirements to Hiring Committee-Fellow, Fenton Communications, 182 Second Street., Suite 400, San Francisco, CA 94105. Fax: 415.901.0110. Email as attachment only to Fellow@fenton.com. Visit our Web site at www.fenton.com.

Women, people of color, Muslim and LGBT candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Fenton Communications is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

25.) Advocacy, Communications and Social Mobilization Specialists –

Tuberculosis, Overseas Strategic Consulting, Various Locations

Closing Date – 18 Jul 2008

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7GDTN9

*** From Steve Boyle:

Hi Ned,

Please include this posting in next week’s JOTW. Thanks very much as always, I have received some absolutely outstanding feedback on a position I posted with you in last week’s edition.

26.) Director of Regulatory Marketing Communications, national healthcare organization, Baltimore, MD

Compensation: $100k+

Position Summary:

My client is a national healthcare organization whose clients are exclusively Medicare recipients.

The Marketing Communications Director will be responsible for the development and production of federally compliant marketing and customer communications materials. This position includes oversight of the Marketing Compliance Review process, and the composition and review of marketing materials.

Responsibilities:

-Oversight of the Marketing Compliance Review Process.

-Development and execution of work plan to assure accurate, timely completion of all required marketing and member communications

-Management of Marketing Compliance managers and Marketing coordinators.

-Management of translation agency services and activities and execution of the multi-cultural focused marketing activities.

-Departmental responsibility for accreditation and regulatory compliance, audit preparation and review.

Qualifications:

-Bachelor’s degree

-5+ years of experience in a regulated communications environment, with specific knowledge of the Medicare system

-Detailed, large scale project management and timeline development skills

-Demonstrated skill in developing internal systems and controls

Steve Boyle

Recruiter

Stephen James Associates

2800 Quarry Lake Drive, Suite 2800

Baltimore, MD 21209

410-753-1424 work

410-562-9194 cell

410-753-1460 fax

www.stephenjames.com

*** From Carrie Johnson:

The National Trust for Historic Preservation is a private, nonprofit organization located near Dupont Circle in Washington, DC.

27.) Communications Coordinator, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC.

The National Trust for Historic Preservation is hiring a Communications Coordinator. Learn more at http://www.preservationnation.org/resources/career-opportunities/HQ-RO/communications-coordinator.html

or e-mail jobs@nthp.org.

28.) Health Policy Communications Associate, Center for Health Care Strategies, Hamilton, New Jersey

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=220300054

*** From Jessica Kenderian:

Hi Ned,

Can you please post the below job opening to next week's newsletter?

Thanks for your help!

29.) Senior Account Executive, DBC PR+New Media, Washington, DC

DBC PR+New Media Seeks a Senior Account Executive

A hip, fast-growing public relations firm specializing in consumer public relations seeks a senior account executive to manage clients, conduct media relations and execute events. Ideal candidates will have at least 4-5 years of solid consumer PR experience and proven results in media relations. Additional requirements includes:

– Developed public relations skills in working with known consumer brands and products

– A strong ability of conducting media relations and forming relationships with the media

– Superior client relations and customer service experience.

Strong leadership, interpersonal, verbal, written and presentation communication skills are also required. DBC PR+New Media combines button-down organization with highly creative ideas to offer marketing strategy and media relations to a variety of consumer clients. DBC offers competitive salary and benefits. Only candidates that provide a resume and cover letter will be reviewed. Please e-mail and put “SAE” in subject line to jobs@dbcpr.com. No phone calls please.

30.) Advancement Communications Manager, Lebanese American University, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=220000020

*** From Fatima-Zohra Kurtz:

I received your contact information from Martha Hunt at Edelman PR.

We are currently looking to hire a Director of Communications and would like to know if you can assist us in any way.

I am attaching the job description for this position for your information.

Thank you in advance for your help!

Fatima

Regards,

Fatima-Zohra

31.) Director of Communications, MOROCCAN AMERICAN CENTER, Washington, D.C

The Director of Communications works with the Senior Staff to develop and executive a broad range of proactive strategic communications for the Moroccan American Center (MAC), three NGO’s based in Washington, D.C. that promote Morocco’s relations with the United States. www.moroccanamericancenter.com. The Director will report directly to the Chairman of MAC. MAC emphasizes a team approach to communications and the Director is expected to recommend, shape, and implement MAC’s communications strategy. The Director should have a background in media relations, strong skills in electronic communications, well-developed interpersonal skills for internal and external communications, and a commitment to promoting international understanding.

The Director of Communications should have demonstrated capabilities for national and local public relations and media programs, and the interpersonal skills to work well with Senior Staff and the organization’s employees and consultants. Experience should include advocacy with Congressional, government and non-governmental agencies, and decision-makers; outreach and networks with media and communications suppliers; and an agile and creative intellectual approach.

Must have a strong working familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Publishing, and other graphics software; and be bilingual in French. Competitive salary and health benefits.

DUTIES

• Provide recommendations to Senior Staff for effective communications strategies related to goals of the organization and in response to emerging opportunities

• Coordinate internal working groups to generate communications outreach projects in/beyond Washington, D.C. for Senior Staff

• To cultivate and work closely with reporters, journalists, and editors to position MAC’s messages and activities prominently

• Complete development and implement communications projects approved by the Senior Staff

• Develop options to increase visibility and relevance of MAC goals and events including delegations, roundtables/seminars, media relations, and

• Provide overall coordination and direction to working groups of MAC employees and consultants

• Prioritize, supervise, and coordinate communications team on a daily basis

• As required, present MAC’s messages to select audiences and media

PREFERRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

• Excellent interpersonal and cross-cultural communications skills for internal and external networking

• Track record in communications, with an emphasis on advocacy, brand building, and information programming

• Demonstrated experience with web-based graphics, editing, and production programs, as well as new media

• Familiarity with database architecture and maintenance

• Strong writing and editing skills, with production in a timely manner

• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite

• Proficiency in database management software

• Familiarity with HTML

• Interest in and familiarity with Morocco and North Africa

• French fluency preferred

• Hill-related experience preferred

• BA/BS with 5-7 years experience or MA minimum plus 2-4 years work experience

Contact:

Fatima-Zohra Kurtz

Vice President

The Gabriel Company, LLC

1101 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 411

Washington, DC 20005

Tel 202.887.1113

Fax 202.887.1115

32.) Corporate Communications Manager, Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, Cincinnati, OH

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/job-J03KWCR41XO

*** From Marty Welles:

Ned – Here's a job posting I came across:

The Postal Regulatory Commission has an exciting Executive-level employment opportunity for a highly motivated, highly skilled person with extensive and varied experience in journalism, media relations, and Congressional relations.

33.) DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND GOVERNMENT RELATIONS, POSTAL REGULATORY COMMISSION, WASHINGTON, DC

JOB VACANCY NOTICE

VACANCY NUMBER: PRC 06-02

OPEN: JULY 8, 2008

CLOSE: AUGUST 5, 2008

POSITION TITLE: DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND GOVERNMENT RELATIONS

GRADE: PRC-8

SALARY RANGE: $117,139 – $148,800

LOCATION: POSTAL REGULATORY COMMISSION

901 NEW YORK AVENUE, NW, SUITE 200

WASHINGTON, DC 20268-0001

http://www.prc.gov/prc-pages/about/hr/employment.aspx

*** From Carole A. Chandler:

34.) Special Events Coordinator, USO of Metropolitan Washington, Fort Meyer, Virginia

USO Metro is the largest affiliate of the World USO Organization which provides services, special events, and many programs to serve the human needs of military personnel and their families. The Coordinator will report to the Special Events Manager to provide administrative support, coordinate special events, solicit in-kind donations, recruit & train volunteers.

This is an entry level position requiring a degree in communications. Understanding of the military and nonprofit worlds as well as exposure to special events are pluses.

Carole A. Chandler

Human Capital Advisors LLC

Talent Aquisition-Executive Advisory-Organization Development

www.humancapitaladvisors.com

carole@humancapitaladvisors.com

703-448-8994

Ned,

This is another communications opportunity with USO-Metro. This job will be located at USO-Metro headquarters at Fort Myer, Virginia (Arlington), but this Program Manager will be driving and managing the Mobile USO vehicle to locations from Aberdeen to Richmond. This person will manage the whole “USO on the Go” concept.

35.) Mobile USO Program Manager, USO-Metro, Fort Meyer, VA

USO-Metro is a voluntary, civilian, nonprofit organization serving the human needs of military personnel and their families and is the largest affiliate of the World USO Organization. The new Mobile USO seeks a dedicated full-time Program Manager to manage the volunteer corps and operations of the “USO on the Go” to provide programs and services to installations that do not have a USO Center; to deployments and homecomings; and to actively enhance military community events, training exercises from Richmond to Aberdeen.

This Mobile USO Program Manager will build a favorable brand/public image for USO-Metro, prepare and manage the schedule and budget for events, prepare strategic plan to meet organizational needs, coordinate staff, board, and volunteer involvement in all events, drive and maintain vehicle. Requirements: Fearlessness; polished communication skills; BS or at least 5 years of nonprofit experience with focus on communications, marketing, and PR; and ability to lift/move up to 50 pounds and stand 8-10 hours a day.

Contact: carole@humancapitaladvisors.com

Ned,

Thanks for your support of the USO! Here is the third job opportunity. I threw in an explanation of USO.

36.) Development Specialist, USO of Metropolitan Washington, Fort Myer, Virginia

USO is a voluntary, civilian, nonprofit organization serving the human needs of military personnel and their families worldwide. Since 1941 the USO has fostered understanding and interaction between the military and civilian communities. The core of the USO today is a human services program offered through Airport Centers, Fleet Centers, Family and Community Centers, Orientation and Intercultural Programs, and Celebrity Entertainment.

USO-Metro is the largest affiliate of the World USO Organization’s 160 locations and one of the most sophisticated and successful. Administratively based at Fort Myer, USO Metro operates four Airport Assistance Centers, five Family Support Centers, and one Joint Services Center. USO Metro also provides a wide range of services including local special events, food assistance, holiday programs, hospital visits, information programs, job fairs, orientation programs, child safety programs, an entertainment ticket-line, and administers the worldwide USO program called Operation USO Care Package

Development specialist will report to the VP Communications and Development and will assist with the operations of the development department, including donor identification, cultivation, solicitation, and recognition and will work to diversify funding sources to support programs, services, and projects.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Communications, at least one year experience in fundraising from foundations, corporations, and individuals. Military experience or knowledge of USO and programs and services are a plus.

Contact: carole@humancapitaladvisors.com

37.) Director of Public Relations and Communications, Western State College, Gunnison, CO

http://chronicle.com/jobs/id.php?id=0000564861-01&pg=s&cc=

38.) Photographic Assistant, Walgreens, Deerfield, IL

Job ID: 10597

http://www.walgreens.com/about/careers/peopleclick/default.jsp

*** From Valeri Smith

Hello-

Would like to have this job posted on your web site. Here is the information. Please instruct candidates to apply online to req 71805. Let me know if you need additional info.

Sincerely,

Valeri Smith (Valeri.Smith@kp.org Valeri.Smith@kp.org)

Recruiter Consultant/Specialist, KPIT

(925)924-6994-phone

(925)924-7865-fax

39.) Executive Director, IT Communications, Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA

The Executive Director of IT Communications is a key leader and member of the Office of the Chief Operations Officer. The Director will contribute to the success of the department and management of this multi-billion dollar business by providing leadership planning and facilitation, strategic thought and discipline, crafting and implementing a comprehensive IT communications and relationship management plan, effecting programs for cross-functional coordination, plus serving as a key contributor to strategic plans and playbooks and authoring complex communication instruments to the highest levels of the Kaiser Permanente organization.

This position is critical and accountable to Information Technology Executive Leadership and ensures professional, specific and specialized support to all levels of the IT 5500 plus member organization. This role must have a comprehensive understanding of IT strategy, departmental directions and multi-year plans, KP organization structures of both the Kaiser Permanente organizations and IT. Additionally, the role is responsible for driving change through communications venues ( transition teams, advisory councils, etc.) to influence cultural change throughout the organization.

Executive meeting planning and coordination is a value-add role to this position which requires management and leverage of meeting resources, location, logistics, and cost effectiveness.

A key accountability is standardization and reducing variability across the Business Information Offices (BIOs) and functional organization, targeting disciplines and linkages for effective working practices. This includes managing advisory groups and organizational effectiveness initiatives that drive employee engagement and result in increased performance and retention, as well as fostering proactive and positive change programs within and throughout the organization.

The incumbent routinely and proactively represents the IT strategy, challenges and change management opportunities to leadership and committees, direct reports and outside clients. Based on the strategy, he/she implements a coordinated communications program that establishes, promotes and delivers the Information Technology brand, capabilities, products and services as the drivers for all KP's technology strategy messages and measures.

The Executive Director, IT Communications leads and manages the Communications Managers for the CIO Executive Leadership Team and ensures the efficient and effective operation of the IT communications department. Other management responsibilities include Linkages Teams which coordinate alignment and fosters centers of excellence cross-department and cross-region and meeting planning and administration.

He/she is responsible for creating specific messaging and ensuring that consistent, timely and accurate information is obtained from Business Information Officers, Shared Services Executives and Strategic Leadership and subsequently presented through various means to ensure IT and KP employees have the context and the knowledge to perform their roles and responsibilities in a professional and consistent manner. This role has rigorous demands and expectations to maintain the highest confidentiality of information and issues.

The position will conceive, foster, and manage Community Benefit programs that align IT employees with CIO sponsored efforts which target populations who can benefit from technology tutoring and mentorship, as well as other department development outreach programs.

As a partner with the Vice President Business Operations and Chief of Staff, the role is key to facilitate informed decisions within all levels of the IT organization and ensure consistent and accurate communication to the KP community along with BMO Executive Consultancy to serve as a trusted advisor to the Chief Information Officer in duties performed within and external to KP.

The Executive Director is accountable for the following roles:

Developing, directing and implementing focused communications strategies, tools, resources and programs that support both IT Mission and Strategy and align with National and Regional Strategies

Communication Design, Look and Feel, Tools, Currency

Creation of key messages and programs that promote and position KP s Information Technology leadership

Coach and counsel IT executives to help ensure full leverage of stakeholders and to build “line of sight” between employees and their work

Serve as key partner and liaison with Corporate Communications to ensure brand alignment

IT Business Operational Linkages and Change/Relationship Management.

Meeting Planning and Cost Effectiveness

IT Community Benefit and Outreach Programs

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Lead the development of the IT communications annual strategic communications agenda setting process in collaboration with the IT Leadership Group and Executive Team.

2. Based on the strategy, implement a coordinated IT communications program that establishes Kaiser Permanente technology as a key enabler to the IT Strategic Imperatives. Ensure all efforts are in alignment with KP Business Strategies, IT Strategy, and IT Shared and Functional Goals. Identify communication opportunities and coordinate integrated responses.

3. Ensure the delivery of messages and programs that promote and foster IT Values and KP Principles of Responsibilities.

4. Oversee the development of communications plans and materials to help ensure high-quality work products that meet professional communication standards and integration with Kaiser Permanente's brand and reputation management.

5. Provide internal communications counsel and messaging support in the event of adverse technology impacts and risk management to KP and IT.

6. Oversee the development of linkage and centers of excellence across IT to mitigate the risks of gaps in the delivery process and promote and foster standard approaches in working. Ensure operational messages reach the all levels of the organization.

7. Interact with IT CxO members, IT Leadership Group and CIO for client service purposes.

8. Lead, coordinate and develop effective meeting planning, activities and cost effectiveness programs.

9. Lead, manage and coach the Communications, Linkage and Meeting Planning teams.

10. With the IT CIO and COO lead communications to IT Leadership of key and emerging issues.

11. Manage and maintain all content and user experience of the CIO/IT Website, “The Hub,” and ensuring alignment to KP brand and reputation management.

12. Establish and conduct departmental meetings and training programs as appropriate.

13. Manage budget to successfully delivery high-impact programs and processes.

14. Act as an advocate for the IT organization and KP at all times.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

Undergraduate degree in Communications, Journalism and/or Marketing preferred.

Superlative composition and edit skills. Excellent oral communication skills.

10-years plus of leadership roles for corporate communications and/or marketing programs.

Demonstrated code of ethics and professional responsibility.

Ability to understand and assess complex corporate cultural conditions and requirements for communications and organizational change.

Experience as a strategic and analytical leader on a senior team.

Demonstrated track record in providing communications and change management programs in a complex, large sized business.

Seven years of management experience at a senior level.

Experience with planning, performance management and project management in a large organization.

Demonstrated ability to develop strategic partnerships with large, complex organizations, such as hospital systems and the Permanente Medical Group, with national corporate offices and leaders within the region.

Must share the values of Kaiser Permanente and the Senior Leadership Team

Ability to consistently demonstrate integrity, high energy, initiative, and self-confidence.

Dedication to diversity

Apply online to req 71805

Valeri Smith (Valeri.Smith@kp.org)

Recruiter Consultant/Specialist, KPIT

(925)924-6994-phone

(925)924-7865-fax

40.) Director of Public Relations, American Bible Society, NY, NY

http://www.americanbible.org/absport/employment/item.php?id=499

*** From Shira Harrington (also forwarded to be by Judi Spann)

41.) Communications and Media Relations Director, Outdoor Advertising Association of America, Washington, DC

Catapult your communications career into becoming the lead media relations spokesperson and ‘internal PR consultant’ for the outdoor advertising industry. One of Washington’s leading advertising associations, OAAA (www.oaaa.org), has a dynamic opportunity for a communications professional to convey the power of the outdoor medium through a variety of communication channels, media relations activities and public service promotions.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Press Outreach

• Proactively pitch stories to reporters. Liaise with outside publicist for supplemental outreach.

• Serve as primary contact for deskside briefings involving extensive knowledge of the industry and industry trends and travel, typically to New York City.

• Write press releases and suggest opportunities for positive press.

• Maintain press contact log to track all press inquiries.

• Serve as primary spokesperson for the association which requires extensive knowledge of talking points, regulatory actions, and industry trends. Conduct interviews on behalf of the organization for most press requests.

Public Service

• Maintain the success of OAAA public service initiatives.

• Serve as one of two people responsible for the OAAA AMBER Alert initiative.

Member Outreach

• Conduct press training for member organizations. Present at conventions and workshops; provide press training webinars; provide press releases and advice on launch events for member companies.

• Advise member companies on how to respond to negative press. Assist with writing op-eds and letters to the editor.

• Provide crisis communications assistance to member companies.

Publications

• Compile and edit weekly newsletter.

• Gather and disseminate newsclips daily. Generate weekly newsclips publication for members.

SALARY: $70k + competitive benefits package

FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION:

This is an exclusive, retained search. Email resume and salary requirements to Shira Harrington, Sr. Recruiting Consultant, Positions Inc. at sharrington@positionsincwdc.com with subject line: “Communications Director”

*** From Patty Hilton-Johnson:

Hi Ned,

There are two jobs for the Tate Gallery in London. Contact information is same for both, at end of 2nd listing.

Thanks,

Patty

42.) Marketing Director, Britten Sinfonia, Cambridge, East England, UK

We are looking for an exceptional marketing professional (reporting to the Chief Executive) to join our dedicated and close-knit team, at an exciting point in Britten Sinfonia's development.

Britten Sinfonia is recognised as one of the most distinctive orchestras in the UK with an international reputation for wide-ranging and inventive programmes with world-class performances. Winners of the 2007 Royal Philharmonic Society Ensemble Award, Britten Sinfonia has recently expanded its team, founded an integrated Creative Learning programme, and is about to launch its own record label. Current guest soloists, composers and conductors include Joanna MacGregor, Michael Clark Company, Mark Padmore, Dhafer Youssef, Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Paul Lewis, Imogen Cooper, and Polyphony.

Our aim over the next three years is to develop the brand internationally and we are looking for a dynamic marketing leader to help us achieve this. The role requires vision, commitment and a strong portfolio of experience across the full marketing mix. Ideally you'll have a broad knowledge of music, especially orchestral repertoire. We're especially interested in hearing from candidates with experience of web and e-marketing and a strong understanding of brand.

For a full position description and application details please visit the website: www.brittensinfonia.co.uk Salary: according to experience.

Applications close: Friday, July 25, 2008

43.) Publishing and Marketing Assistant, TATE ETC. Magazine, Tate Gallery, London, UK

The Publishing and Marketing assistant needs to work very closely with the Assistant Publisher to be the first port of call for all issues relating to the commercial and production elements of the magazine. This includes managing the administration and dealing directly with Tate Members and subscribers to ensure successful distribution of the magazine.

It is also essential to work towards increasing awareness of TATE ETC. within and outside of the art world, and in turn increasing subscriptions to the magazine.

Principal areas of responsibility:

Subscriptions

* Management of subscriptions database, entering new subscriptions and liaising with finance department to issue invoices or cash cheques.

* Use of the ENTA system to manage online subscriptions.

* Maintaining database of expired subscriptions and contacting for renewals.

* Reporting on renewal rates.

* Despatch copies to subscribers, and deal with subscriber queries.

* Liaising with subscription agencies for new subscriber details or queries.

* Liaise with technical team on maintenance of online subscription facility.

* Manage stock of current and past issues, and office administration such as post and stationery supplies.

* Contributing ideas for increasing subscriptions or finding new audiences.

Marketing

* Assisting with marketing strategies, including collaborations, researching relevant contacts and compiling databases.

* Assist participation in art fairs, ie. Frieze Art Fair and Student Freshers' Fayres.

* Some writing of marketing material, promotional text.

* Liaising with designers, printers and other suppliers for costs, deliveries of marketing material.

* Direct marketing to different contacts databases, such as schools, hotels and galleries, usually by postal mail or email.

* Maintaining other channels of contact such as TATE ETC. Myspace page, and online directory listings for the magazine.

Website

* Maintain website functionality and content, including liaising with Digital Programmes team

* Entering all new content on to the Content Management System for each issue, grammar checking

* Uploading images from the current issue and clearing all copyright for this usage.

* Helping with exclusive online content, such as recording Poem of the Month, and ideas from the editor.

* Raising the profile of the website through cross-links and other marketing.

* Writing and sending e-bulletins to subscribers and contacts lists.

* Researching and writing contributor biography pages.

Distribution

* Explore methods of increasing distribution through marketing.

* Manage deliveries of magazines to Tate and liaise with printers on this.

* Assist with distribution to Tate staff, advertisers, and others as required.

Advertising

* Maintaining positive relationships with existing advertisers and providing information on advertising arrangements for potential advertisers.

* Compiling contacts lists for relevant arts clients, such as galleries or art events.

* Some calls to existing advertisers for art work and bookings.

Experience/person specification

* Some administrative experience, and knowledge of office software packages such as Word, Access and Outlook

* Ability to keep calm and organised in a busy and demanding office environment

* Demonstrable interest in art and culture

* Ideally some experience in marketing, preferably within an arts related industry.

The closing date for the return of completed application forms is 20 July 2008. Salary: c. £18,000 p.a.

Please send CVs and a covering letter to:

Nicole Isdale, Tate Modern Shops, Bankside, SE1 9TG

or nicole.isdale@tate.org.uk

Website: www.tate.org.uk

44.) Editorial Assistant, TATE ETC. Magazine, Tate Gallery, London, UK

This is an excellent opportunity to join a small friendly team working on a respected art publication within the framework of a large art organization.

Editorial Support:

The Editorial Assistant is responsible for assisting the Editor in the administration of the commissioning, planning and production of the magazine, in particular:

– Researching and compiling images for use in the magazine

– Working closely with the designers on image selection

– Liaising with picture agencies, galleries, individuals and bodies (e.g. DACS) in the licensing of images for use in print

– Providing the publishing assistant with list of images available for use online

– Negotiating fees, managing a budget and ensuring arrival of quality high-resolution images

– Copy-proofing and fact-checking articles

– Organising conversation features and interviews (booking venues, liaising with participants, recording dialogue)

– Transcribing audio and managing translators

– Acting as a central point of contact between editorial, design and reprographics staff and ensuring delivery of all editorial content including images. This includes use of web-based file sharing systems as well as couriers.

Administrative support:

Administrative duties to support both the Editor and the Publisher, including:

– Checking and processing invoices, entering information into spreadsheets

– Filing picture request forms and agreements

– Booking travel arrangements

– Answering general enquiries about the magazine

– Managing and updating contact lists

– Mailing the magazine to contributors and image providers

– Recruitment, training and management of 2 or more interns for each issue

Person Specification

Required

– Degree education

– High standard of written English

– Proven interest in the visual arts and publishing

– Good eye for visuals and interest in imagery

– Attention to detail

– Computer literacy (PC and Mac)

– Excellent administrative and organisational skills and the ability to prioritise and multi-task

– Good interpersonal and management skills

– Ability to work to tight deadlines under pressure

Desirable

– Appreciation of TATE ETC magazine's editorial values

– Knowledge of software applications such as Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop

– Experience in print or online media

– Experience of working in an art organisation or gallery

Salary: c. £18,000 per annum; closing date 20 July

For both jobs, please send CVs and a covering letter to:

Nicole Isdale, Tate Modern Shops, Bankside, SE1 9TG

or nicole.isdale@tate.org.uk

Website: www.tate.org.uk

In view of the increasing postal costs and our constant need to make the best possible use of our resources it is our policy to write only to those people who are invited for interview. I am sure that you will appreciate the need for this. If you would like confirmation of receipt of your application please enclose a stamped addressed postcard. If you do not receive an invitation to interview within two weeks of the closing date, regrettably, you should assume that you have not been successful on this occasion.

Our jobs are like our galleries, open to all.

45.) Assistant Editor (Science Writer), Cambridge Healthtech Institute, Needham, MA

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/job-J829T4ZBUU2

*** From Sharon Rader:

We would like the following job posted to your website:

46.) Senior Manager/Director, Public Affairs (Position will be a Senior Manager or Director of Public Affairs based on level of experience), Chicago, IL

Salary Range: $150-180K target 24% bonus + stock options

Relocation Assistance: No. Local Chicagoland candidates only.

Travel Expected: 20%

Job Description: The Director, Public Affairs is responsible for divisional communications and relations with important external constituencies. Specific functions performed include: media relations, crisis management, product communications (PR in support of divisional products/businesses), executive communications (speech/presentation support for div. president and other sr. mgrs.), employee communications via multiple media, advocacy relations and management of the division's philanthropic fund. Major responsibilities: Develop strategies and oversee execution of public relations/communications programs for pharmaceutical products business segment of U.S. pharmaceutical business. Understand key market drivers, competitive activities, and media trends and develop proactive communications programming that showcases positive reputation for the company. Serve as communication counsel to therapeutic area general mgrs., and VP. Identify and manage key resources. Oversee PR agencies and managers, developing programming to meet communication and business objectives. Drive all PR strategy for marketed products and oversee communication for near-term pipeline opportunities. Assist Investor Relations in positioning of the business. Develop relationships with external advocacy orgs., opinion leaders, institutions and key media. Counsel and provide training to staff, developing key press materials, manage and develop team members.

Education & Experience: Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, English or related field. MBA or master's degree in related field highly valued. Minimum of 10-12 years experience in increasing responsibility in a public relations agency or corporate communications environment. Must have experience working in a spokesperson capacity. Position requires management of multiple public relations firms and budgetary management. Must have a strong preference for an understanding of health care and/or the pharmaceutical industry or CPG.

Information can be submitted to Phyllis Ives at phyllis@ivesearch.com.

To view a listing of over 6000 jobs nationwide, www.executivesearchusa.com

Sharon Rader

Administrative Assistant

Ives & Associates and Project Lawyers

2400 Corporate Exchange Drive, Suite 250

Columbus, OH 43231

614-839-0202 ext. 221

Fax: 614-839-0203

To view a listing of over 6000 jobs nationwide,

visit www.executivesearchusa.com

*** From Robin Mayhall, APR:

Morning, Captain! Here’s a brief job description for an opening in Baton Rouge.

Be well!

Robin

Robin Mayhall, APR | Corporate Communications Writer

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana | 225.298.1992

47.) COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, LWCC, Baton Rouge, LA

LWCC, a private mutual insurance company, has a COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST position open in our Baton Rouge office. This position requires excellent writing skills for use in external and internal communications to enhance the corporation’s image and accomplish organizational objectives. Tasks involve public relations and media relations, event planning, interviewing technical experts, providing input into advertising campaigns, and many other communications-related assignments.

The Communications Specialist position requires a bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, advertising, public relations, marketing, English, or related field, with a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a related field. Salary commensurate with experience. The chosen candidate will be proficient in desktop publishing, preferably with Adobe Creative Suite applications.

If these qualifications match yours, you may send your resume to:

LWCC

2237 S. Acadian Thruway

Baton Rouge, LA 70808

OR

FAX: 225-231-0613

E-MAIL: seasterl@lwcc.com

EOE M/F/H/V

48.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Bayfront Medical Center, St. Petersburg, FL

http://www.jobtarget.com/c2/job.cfm?site_id=1&jb=4535647&CFID=36782243

49.) Vice President, Corporate Communications, HEALTH PARTNERS, Philadelphia, PA

http://www.jobtarget.com/c2/job.cfm?job=4540882&srcid=7&jtsrc=http%3A%2F%2Fpowerpost%2Ejobtarget%2Ecom&jtsrcid=7&jtrfr=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Ejuju%2Ecom%2Fjobs%3Fk%3Dcorporate%2Bcommunications%26page%3D2%26keyword%3Ddod%2Blogistics

50.) Director of Corporate Communications, Florida's Blood Centers, Orlando, FL

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=73790982

51.) Assistant Director of Public and Media Relations, The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Indianapolis, Indiana

http://nielsen.careers.adicio.com/careers/jobsearch/detail/jobId/9923310

*** From Vic Beck:

Hi Ned –

Here’s one for JOTW subscribers. There are also a few other marketing/comm jobs listed as open at salary.com as well.

Best,

Vic

Vic Beck

(508) 735-3126

vbeck@vibecom.net

www.vibecom.net

www.linkedin.com/in/vicbeck

52.) Brand Marketing & Communications Director, Salary.com, Waltham, MA

Salary.com is looking for a high-energy, brand and marketing communications professional who wants to be a part of a dynamic growing enterprise software company. This position will be responsible for developing and executing Salary.com’s brand plan and external marketing communications to build brand awareness and generate qualified leads among key customer segments. This position would work closely with customers, sales, product marketing and services as well as senior executives and board of directors to establish strategic goals, create positioning and messaging, generate company and product awareness, and drive revenue. This person would manage brand positioning, advertising, PR, events, website and marketing materials build awareness and trial for enterprise products across multiple audiences and channels. The position reports to the Chief Marketing Officer.

Major Responsibilities:

Build awareness with unified brand image; design external marketing communications strategy

1. Create unified brand image and integrated message strategy

2. Customize message to different buying centers and channels

3. Develop strategic PR campaigns to build brand visibility

4. Manage the public relations function and agencies

5. Supervise weekly PR meetings and press commitments

6. Coordinate with investor and analyst relations functions and agencies

7. Manage analyst relations program

8. Promote key executives as thought leaders

Design and execute integrated marketing plans including Advertising, Website, PR campaigns, speaking/award opportunities, events marketing, thought leadership content and marketing materials to build awareness and trial

1. Develop /enhance creative and branding elements

2. Buy and manage media

3. Manage budgets and external agencies

4. Manage corporate website and brand/product messaging

5. Lead event marketing strategy and webinar programs

6. Manage company participation in awards, tradeshows and associations

7. Promote editorial topic calendar vs. market/customer needs

8. Work with channel partners to create /distribute marketing materials

9. Work with customers for endorsements and case studies

Coordinate with product marketing groups to design go-to-market plans

1. Ensure product messaging supports corporate branding

2. Coordinate messaging and positioning to build external awareness

3. Analyze competitive messaging and identify positioning opportunities

Develop acquisition marketing communications and integration plans

1. Coordinate branding and messaging to market and customers

2. Support marketing integration across marketing elements

Required Qualifications:

1. 7-10 business marketing experience

2. 7 -10 years of enterprise software marketing communications experience

3. Expertise in technology, software as service model or human capital management marketing

4. Managerial Experience

5. Business Writing Skills

6. PR/IR and Analyst Program Experience

7. Commitment to excellence, entrepreneurial and self-motivated

8. Superior organizational and time management skills

9. Strong troubleshooting skills

10. Excellent verbal/listening and written communication skills

11. Creative abilities and mindset

12. Strong ability to work in a fast-paced, team environment

http://www.salary.com/aboutus/layoutscripts/abtl_default.asp?tab=abt&cat=cat012&ser=ser038&part=par065

53.) Publications Coordinator – Nashville Symphony, Publishingcrossing, Nashville, TN

http://jobs.50statejobs.com/jobdetails.cfm?jid=310669

54.) Project Manager, On – Air, Sci-Fi, GE, New York, NY

http://www.gecareers.com/GECAREERS/GECControllerServlet?actionid=90001&checkFlag=&Theme=US&Job=832524&Business=&Function=&State=&Country=&Page=1&position_title=

55.) Corporate Communications Specialist, JT3, Las Vegas, NV

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=73767439

*** From Suzanne Grant:

Hi Ned: Thanks so much for this fantastic service! I have a position I’d like to post. Please let me know if you request any other information.

Thanks

Suzanne Grant

VP Marketing Communications

American Heart Association

Greater Southeast Affiliate

9900 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. North

St. Petersburg, FL 33716

727-563-8032

727-563-8133 (fax)

suzanne.grant@heart.org

56.) Communications Director, American Heart Association, Atlanta, GA

The American Heart Association is seeking a dynamic, self-motivated Communications Director to develop and implement communications plans that promote the association’s key health messages and fundraising events throughout the metro Atlanta market.

Key functions include:

• Development of media sponsorships and media events

• Pitch/place media stories

• Creation of media materials and other tools to inform key audiences about heart disease and stroke

• Communication counsel to affiliate staff and volunteers

• Assistance with crisis communications and sensitive issues

• This position interacts with volunteer leadership, senior management, local staff, news media, outside organizations and the general public for the purpose of enhancing the AHA public image and increasing the flow of news and other information to the media.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations, journalism or related field.

• Minimum of five years experience in communications, public relations and journalism

• Experience implementing public relations campaigns, pitching to media, planning media events and development of press releases.

• Exceptional oral and written communications skills, to include specialized experience in media sponsorships, general business writing, writing and editing for both print and broadcast media.

• Working knowledge of news media operations, newsgathering and technology.

• Experience applying the principles and practices of communications planning and consulting.

• Experience working as both a team leader and a team member with multiple internal and external constituencies: staff, the media, external corporations and volunteers.

• Experience with crisis communications and issues management.

• Ability to travel approximately 25% of the time, including some nights and weekends.

• Demonstrated experience in working conceptually. Demonstrated problem-solving skills.

To apply: https://sh.webhire.com/servlet/av/jd?ai=835&ji=2248030&sn=I<>

57.) Associate University Relations Specialist (Editor and Writer), University of Wisconsin-Platteville Distance Learning Center, STATE OF WISCONSIN, PLATTEVILLE, WI

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=73804478

*** From: Troy K. Schneider:

Ned:

Can you please include these positions in your next JOTW?

Many thanks,

TKS

Troy K. Schneider, New Media Editor

The New America Foundation

1630 Connecticut Ave., NW, 7th Floor

Washington, DC 20009

Phone: 202.986.2700 ext. 331

E-Mail: schneider@newamerica.net

Web: http://www.newamerica.net

RSS: http://www.newamerica.net/rss.xml

58.) Manager, Events and Outreach, New America Foundation, Washington DC

The New America Foundation, a Washington DC-based public policy think tank, is seeking a communications professional with 4–8 years experience to manage, expand, and improve our wide range of public policy events. The ideal candidate will have a love of public policy and the DC media world, and the proven ability to conceive and organize successful, substantive events. If you're a people person and a policy wonk, with the desire to work closely with talented colleagues across a wide range of issue areas, this is a job worth discussing.

http://www.newamerica.net/about/employment_opportunities/7474

59.) Manager, Media Relations, New America Foundation, Washington DC

The New America Foundation, a Washington DC-based public policy think tank, is seeking a communications professional with 4–8 years experience to manage, expand, and improve the visibility of our ideas and individuals. The ideal candidate will have an insatiable need to network, a solid grounding in public policy and the DC media world, and the proven ability to turn complex issues into compelling media coverage.

http://www.newamerica.net/about/employment_opportunities/7475

60.) Managing Editor, NewAmerica.net, New America Foundation, Washington DC

The New America Foundation, a Washington DC-based public policy think tank, is seeking a new media professional with 4-8 years experience to help improve and expand our online presence. The ideal candidate will have a love of both journalism and online innovation, and be keenly interested in politics and public policy. If you have a sharp eye for news, an innate feel for what works on the web today, and the desire to work closely with talented colleagues across a wide range of issue areas, we'd like to talk to you.

http://www.newamerica.net/about/employment_opportunities/6956

61.) Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager, Green For All, Oakland, California

http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=16808

62.) Mgr Retail Operations Communications Support – SVU, SaveALot, Eden Prairie, MN

http://ju2.4jobs.com/job.asp?id=16806265

*** From Judy Heise:

63.) Communications Director, U.S. Naval Institute, Annapolis, MD

SUMMARY: Reporting to the CEO, the Communications Director (CD) is responsible for all facets of USNI communications activities, specifically to promote the awareness of and appreciation for the Institute among key constituents and through key media channels. The CD is responsible for shaping and executing the external and internal communications including support for the CEO as the key spokesperson and face of the Institute. The CD will contribute to the strategic positioning of the Institute and will maintain a cohesive message across all business lines, creating synergies and message resonance in the media marketplace. The CD undertakes all traditional public relations activities including media relations, publications publicity, special event planning and exhibit support.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1) Member of USNI Executive Council – provides USNI strategic direction and leadership.

 Works with Board of Directors on issues related to communications, branding and marketing.

 Works with Editorial Board on communicating to constituent groups.

 Works with Line Directors to develop, coordinate, and execute communications plans.

 Oversees the USNI Communications Plan.

 Assists in the continuing development, refinement and marketing of the USNI brand.

 Supports USNI community outreach through public speaking engagements, participation in professional organizations and regular contacts with US Naval Academy officials and local/state civic leaders.

2) Sets the Goals, Strategy and Resource requirements for USNI Communications plan.

 Develops an aggressive media relations plan to achieve significant increases in awareness and appreciation for the mission of the Institute.

 Builds the USNI media list and cultivates target audiences (media, military, civilian DOD leaders, Congressional staff and defense industry contacts) sharing information that makes them want to learn more about USNI.

 Works with all business units including Membership, Foundation, Conferences, Press and Periodicals to use those programs and their contributors (authors, speakers, etc.) to further the USNI outreach.

 Develops and pitches stories to national and local media and coordinates press conferences, and appearances.

 Works very closely with the Government Relations activity to build synergies with Congress and the professional staffs

 Directs the Institute and staff on strategic communications planning, media relations, spokesperson skills, audience research and crisis communications.

 Manages the comprehensive process of media relations including development and distribution and measurement of publicity activity and placement.

 With Line Directors, oversee all USNI communications – books, periodicals, WEB, conferences & special events

 Hire and develop team members to handle communications & public relations

 Assists the CEO in establishing & refining the USNI case statement, mission statement and all related print and online branding and correspondence.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Manages Conferences Director, Program Manager, Communications Manager. Manages all applicable outsourcing. Executes supervisory responsibilities in accordance with USNI policies and applicable laws.

QUALIFICATIONS:

 Strong background in communications and marketing and/or nonprofit branding to include strategic planning.

 An in-depth, state-of-the-Internet knowledge of online as well as traditional print communications, together with solid background in branding, positioning, marketing communications, ROI metrics and offline marketing.

 Track-record for setting and achieving quantitative communications objectives

 Proven leadership, achievement and team-building capabilities

 Experience managing and executing all aspects of integrated communications programs.

 Proven executive-level speaking and writing skills.

 Proven ability to balance goals with strategy and resource requirements.

 Broad knowledge of or personal experience in military service a plus.

 Skill and experience in negotiating strategic partnerships and media buys

 Experience identifying, managing and measuring communications programs and creative campaigns

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:

 Bachelor’s degree in business administration, communications, marketing or related field; MBA preferred.

 10+ Years in journalism, media or communications.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to travel when necessary.

Contact: Ruth Ann Raup, rraup@usni.org / U.S. Naval Institute, 291 Wood Road, Annapolis, MD 21402 / 410.268.6110 / Online at: www.usni.org

64.) PUBLIC RELATIONS ACCOUNT COORDINATOR, KNB Communications, Norwalk, CT

http://www.beyond.com/Jobs/PUBLIC-RELATIONS-ACCOUNT-COORDINATOR-Norwalk-CT–US-jp17057854.htm

65.) Vice President of University Relations, Alumni Association of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=16810

66.) Corporate Communications Manager, Nissan, Canton, MS

https://sjobs.brassring.com/EN/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?SID=&jobId=224986

67.) Sr. Manager/Director of Corporate Communications, Waggener Edstrom, Seattle, WA

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=73804925

*** Dee Ellison received these two listings from Mike Pina:

Director of Public Relations, Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital (GSCNC)

68.) Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital (GSCNC) is seeking a Director of Public Relations, Washington, DC

The GSCNC serves volunteers and girls from the entire Greater Washington metropolitan area. Seek individual to advance the image and understanding of Girl Scouting through development and implementation of a broad-based marketing plan.

• Provide effective, proactive, goal related communications with all internal and external outlets.

• Develop financial and programmatic resources for Girl Scouting.

• Prepare and conceptualize campaign theme, slogan, logo, and related media and print materials to support the marketing plan;

• Develop and maintain an active relationship with all major TV, print and radio and web outlets in the metropolitan area; and serve as the council's primary media contact;

• Actively position GSCNC in community service programs by working with community groups and identifying and placing community interest/community service stories;

• Maintain proactive communications with members, donors and the public, including: production of member's newsletter, production of the annual report, production of various newsletters and proposals for donor groups, new media, ethnic publications and selected correspondence for the President and the Executive Director.

In coordination with the Deputy Executive Director, work directly with the Director of Fund Development to

• coordinate and support the work of the Women's Advisory Board and other activities that serve both the Public Relations and Fund Development function;

• coordinate and supervise staff, including recruitment and utilization of Public Relations interns;

• develop and administer Public Relations budget.

Minimum five years experience as a Director of Public Relations, Marketing or Communications with staff administration and budget accountability; proven success in writing, development and implementation of marketing plans, track record of utilizing strong media and community relationship. Experience in volunteer sector desirable.

Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital (GSCNC

4301 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite M-2

Washington, DC 20008

Search by Susanne Howard, Principal, The McCormick Group E-mail: showard@tmg-dc.com

Associate Director for Media Relations, National Parks Conservation Association, Washington, DC

The National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), the nation's leading voice for the national parks, seeks a hard working, self-motivated, strategic communicator to join successful p.r. team.

The Associate Director for Media Relations will provide strategic communications counsel; develop messaging; and plan, implement, and evaluate p.r. campaigns in support of NPCA's Restoring Healthy Parks initiatives, especially clean air, global warming, and wildlife protection. Monitor, identify, and seize opportunities for pro-active media outreach, leverage social media opportunities, and build media relationships.

This new position is located in Washington, D.C. Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience in Communications, Journalism, or related field preferred. Seeking 7-10 years experience, prefer candidates with experience working within coalitions, and in a collaborative nonprofit environment. Must be team player with demonstrated writing, strategic thinking, and organizational skills.

Primary Purpose:

Develop, implement, and evaluate strategic and integrated public relations campaigns in support of NPCA's Restoring Healthy Parks initiatives, especially clean air, climate change, and wildlife habitat protection.

Coordinate and support other activities of the Media Relations team as needed. Serve as primary contact for NPCA's Restoring Healthy Parks team. Coordinate with Government Affairs, Center for State of the Parks, and other program staff on p.r. campaigns, as needed. Work with several external coalitions to achieve objectives.

The goal of NPCA's Restoring Healthy Parks Campaign is to restore national parks to good ecological health by the centennial anniversary of the National Park System in 2016.

The campaign is comprised of several components designed to protect and enhance national parks and their fish and wildlife from the effects of air pollution, climate change, and adjacent land use.

Apply Online and see complete description:

http://careers.vurvexpress.com/JobProfile.cfm?szOrderID=511060&szWID=17085&szCID=76884&szSiteID=1735

69.) Director – Internal Corporate Communications, RH Donnelley Corporation, Cary, NC

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=73795609

*** From Barry Piatoff:

Ned,

Please post the following job in your next issue.

Thank you.

Barry Piatoff, SVP, Peter Bell & Associates, LLC

70.) Senior Financial Writer, Money Management Firm, Jersey City, NJ

Our client is a private, independent money management firm. They have been in business over 75 years and have a great reputation in the industry. There is a new opening for a Senior Financial Writer. This position is located in Jersey City and is commutable via public transportation from Manhattan.

The primary role of this position is to help develop the firm’s message in their publications (external and internal), white papers and website. A secondary function will include contributions, as needed, to shareholder communications, such as, market reviews, quarterly commentaries and letters. This individual will be part of a team of writers. Assignments may cover a broad range of equity, fixed income, the municipal markets, and more general investment topics for all audiences (i.e., financial advisors, institutional clients and retail investors).

The individual should be able to assume a leadership role in some areas, while, in other areas, be able to participate comfortably as a member of a team. In particular, the individual will assume the role of managing editor for one of the company's key quarterly employee publications and will be expected to conduct editorial meetings, assign tasks to his or her peers, oversee the production process, and meet deadlines. The individual also will function as a contributor to other publications managed by other members of the writing team.

You will be assigned investment product responsibility and are expected to become knowledgeable about the investment strategies and portfolios of each product assigned to them as well as the markets that affect performance. The writer will be expected to develop story ideas, research, and write articles with input from portfolio managers, investment research analysts, senior executives and other professionals from the company, and outside sources, as needed.

The successful candidate will have senior-level writing experience in the financial industry or press, and will have published material covering the financial markets and/or economic issues. Strong understanding of the industry and markets. Looking for a seasoned professional (10+ years experience) who knows how to write about finance, how to interview and how to learn. The company's culture is flat, not hierarchical and you should feel comfortable working with people at all levels in the organization. Strong project management, communications and organizational skills. Very good boss who will give you the leeway to do your job.

Base salary is $100K-$125K plus bonus plus excellent benefits. Good work/life balance.

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

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

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

No calls please. Local candidates only.

71.) Press Secretary, Maryland Department of Budget and Management, Baltimore, MD

http://www.beyond.com/Jobs/Press-Secretary-Baltimore-MD–US-jp17669077.htm

72.) Communications Consultant – PA – Marketing, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

https://www.applicationssite.org/recruit/servlet/com.lawson.ijob.RequisitionDetails?reqId=69054

73.) Communication Consultant – Medical/Science News Editor/Feature Writer, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

https://www.applicationssite.org/recruit/servlet/com.lawson.ijob.RequisitionDetails?reqId=68994

74.) Editor/Writer II, School of Social Work, University of Southern California (USC),Angeles, CA

https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=669425&partnerid=101&siteid=5271

75.) Communications Associate, Asia Society, NY, NY

http://www.beyond.com/Jobs/Communications-Associate-New-York-NY–US-jp17567858.htm

76.) Director of Marketing and Communications, Hope Street Group, Washington, D.C.

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=220100039

77.) Online Editor and Community Manager, Hope Street Group, Washington, D.C.

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=220100023

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

78.) Communications Director, SCA Tissue, Philadelphia, PA

SCA Tissue is seeking a creative and energized self-starter with exceptional organization and communication skills to fill the role of Communications Director for the North America Tissue Division based out of Philadelphia. Reporting to the President of the Tissue Division, the Communications Director will contribute to the overall success of the Company by developing and leading communication planning and execution.

Main Tasks

The Communications Director, in collaboration with the Communications Coordinator, will be responsible for the development, organization, management, and implementation of all of the Company's corporate, employee, and media efforts. This role will also assist with global and business group corporate communications. Additional responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

Lead the development of SCA Tissue North America identity and reputation through various communications channels

Collaborate with Senior Leadership to review business plans and identify communication needs and priorities

Plan and execute strategic and tactical Corporate, Human Resources, and media communications in support of objectives

Coordinate projects with outside vendors (such as advertising agencies, graphic designers, and printers)

Evaluate and monitor effectiveness through surveys, audits, and interviews

Establish and maintain key media contacts within the community

Act as the Division contact for Internet infrastructure development and as primary content editor

Develop and support emergency response communication plans and implementation

Requirements

Successful candidates will have:

Bachelor's degree with an emphasis in communication, public relations, journalism, or business equivalent

Master's degree is preferred

5-7 years experience in corporate/strategic communications, public relations, media relations, marketing communications, or related disciplines with proven practical experience

Previous multimedia and Internet/Intranet experience – preferably with evidence of support of a website

Exceptional written and oral communications skills are a must

Strong working knowledge of PC/MAC skills

Ability to communicate with all functions of the organization

Proven history of strong planning and execution skills

Knowledge of the paper industry and/or away-from-home disposables industry is a strong plus

Ability and willingness to travel overnight approximately 20% of the time

Additional Information

To Apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter following the application instructions included in this website.

SCA Tissue is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer, M/F/D/V.

http://www6.i-grasp.com/fe/tpl_sca01.asp?newms=jj&id=20464

79.) Senior Communications Specialist, Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB), Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=4600343

80.) Technical Editor/Writer, SCCI, Dahlgren, VA

Successful candidate will be a technical editor/writer supporting the Naval Fires Control System (NFCS) program. Technical documentation to be supported includes system documentation, technical manuals, user manuals, and training materials.

Position Responsibilities:

Develop new, and revise existing, technical system documentation

Consolidate existing system technical documentation into fewer volumes

Validate existing technical documentation against system operation through hands-on testing, identify documentation discrepancies, and revise documentation as appropriate

Essential Skills and Experience:

Thorough knowledge of technical writing principles and practices and demonstrated experience preparing technical documentation

Strong background using Microsoft Office products (Word, Visio, Excel, PowerPoint)

Experience developing and applying MS Word styles and templates

Familiarity with version control and configuration management principles

Thorough knowledge of the software development lifecycle and able to work independently, manage/prioritize multiple priorities, and have excellent interpersonal skills

Ability to write clear, logically sequenced, and grammatically correct documents

Experience with technical editing/writing for DoD Systems

Ability to obtain a DoD SECRET level clearance or higher

Preferred Skills and Experience:

BA English degree

Experience with Navy Fire Control Systems

Skill in using desktop publishing technologies to write or edit material, develop graphic materials, prepare layouts, and deliver final product

3 – 5 years of technical editing/writing experience

About SCCI:

SCCI is a provider of software development, systems engineering, training, and logistics services. We are proud to be a provider of support to major military weapons systems, but have several other focus areas as well. We are equally pleased to be categorized as a small business, with employee retention more than 7% better than our closest industry competitors. SCCI offers competitive salaries and benefits, performance incentives and recognition, professional development plans and annual performance appraisals.

For more information or to apply online please visit our website: http://www.teamscci.com/

81.) Sony PlayStation: Senior Corporate Communications Specialist, Sony Computer Entertainment, Foster City, CA

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=71897286

82.) Director, Communications and Public Relations, The Creative Group, San Ramon, CA

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=73352543

83.) SENIOR EXPERT FOR OUTREACH PROGRAMS, Defense Intelligence Agency, Department of Defense, Northern Virginia

As a member of the United States Intelligence Community, the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) is a Department of Defense combat support agency. With over 12,000 military and civilian employees worldwide, DIA is a major producer and manager of foreign military intelligence. We provide military intelligence to warfighters, defense planners, and defense and national security policymakers in the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community in support of U.S. military planning and operations and weapon systems acquisition. We invite you to learn how you can become a valued member of the DIA team.

We are committed to:

Service to our country, our community, and our fellow citizens.

Dedication, strength, and urgency of purpose to provide for our nation's defense.

Customer-Focus in the products and services we provide.

Integrity and accountability in all of our actions and activities.

Commitment to inquiry, truth, and continuous learning.

Creativity and innovation in solving problems, discovering facts, and creating knowledge.

Teamwork through internal and external partnerships.

Leadership at all levels within Defense Intelligence and the Intelligence Community.

KEY REQUIREMENTS:

1. U.S. Citizenship 2. Drug Test 3. Security Investigation

http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=73675806

84.) Director of Public/Media Relations, Bowling Green Pro Baseball, Bowling Green, KY

The Director Public/Media Relations will oversee the Public Relations Department and the Media Relations Department. In addition, the Director of Public/Media Relations will be expected to sell group tickets to companies, businesses and other groups in the community.

 Media Relations

• Coordinating all media outlets interview requests for players, coaches and front office members

• Reach out to local media outlets to promote the franchise

• Write and disseminate daily media game notes

• Disseminate daily statistics to managers, coaches and media on game-days

• Write press releases when needed

• Write weekly team newsletter and newsflashes whenever needed

• Schedule and work with official scorers

• Work with team’s managers and coaches to handle special statistical or media requests

• Address credential requests from media and facilitate their efforts at the game

• Provide daily attendance reports to President/General Manager of Minor Leagues

• Other miscellaneous media needs

 Public Relations

• Administer donation requests & fulfillment

• Oversee Community Events Calendar & Staffing

• Manage mascot schedule, responsible for costume care

• Hire & schedule mascots

• Create & organize Community Programs

 Group Sales

• Renew existing contracts with clients

• Actively pursue new business through calls lists and referrals

• Handle group sales calls and requests

Skills Required: Qualified candidate must display excellent communication, organization and computer skills. The desired candidate should also have a strong work ethic, the ability to work as a team, and ability to multi-task. Ability to work evenings, weekends and holidays is required.

http://southatlanticleague.teamworkonline.com/teamwork/r.cfm?i=19120

85.) Media Relations Director, Fresh Energy, St Paul, MN

http://www.fresh-energy.org/contact/job_op_media.htm

86.) Public Affairs Specialist (Communications Specialist), Federal Election Commission, WASHINGTON, DC

http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=73291622

*** Since there’s a little pirate in all of us, Mark Sofman thought this week’s alternative selection would be exceptionally challenging:

87.) Anti-Piracy Analyst (VIDEO GAMES), Entertainment Software Association, Washington,DC

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=73631981

*** Weekly Piracy Report:

06.07.2008: 0135 LT: Posn: 21:48N – 091:42E, Kutubdia Island, Bangladesh.

Two robbers using a rope and hook boarded a tanker at anchor. Alert duty watch-keepers raised alarm. Robbers disembarked into a waiting boat, which had four other robbers and escaped. No injury to crew. Nothing reported stolen.

01.07.2008: 0330 LT: Nha Be River, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.

Three robbers boarded and broke into the forward locker on a container ship at anchor. Alert anti piracy watch-keepers raised alarm. Robbers jumped overboard and escaped. Nothing stole. No injuries to crew.

01.07.2008: 0230 UTC: Posn: 10:15N – 107:07E: Vung Tau Anchorage, Vietnam.

Robbers boarded and stole ship stores from the forward locker on a tanker at anchor. Anti piracy watch-keepers spotted the robbers and raised the alarm. Robbers escaped with stolen goods. No injuries to crew.

29.06.2008: 0030 LT: Posn: 02:30.6N – 104:14.0E: Off Pulau Tioman, Malaysia

Six pirates’ armed with knives boarded a tug towing a barge underway while four pirates, armed with guns remained standby in the speedboat. The pirates stole crew personal belongings, ship’s properties and cash. After three hours of looting, the pirates escaped in their speedboat.

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