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JOTW 40-2008

6 October 2008

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Issue number 754

“Moving from Wales to Italy is like moving to a different country.”

- Ian Rush

This is the award-winning free Job of the Week e-mail networking

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This is a cooperative newsletter and network. If you derive benefit, you need to contribute some equity. Have you recently submitted a job opportunity for sharing with the others? If not, I suggest in all fairness to Ned should help out and find an opportunity to share.

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

*** One Paragraph Pitch

1.) Senior Account Supervisor – Spirits, Beverage and Lifestyle, Taylor, NY, NY

2.) Direct Marketing, Dieste, Dallas, TX

3.) Assistant Vice Chancellor, University Communications, University of California Davis, Davis, CA

4.) Director of Marketing, Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, NY

5.) Associate Director, Public Relations, Alzheimer’s Association, Chicago, IL

6.) Director of Marketing Communications, CCS, New York, New York

7.) Senior Communications Specialist – Digital Insight, Intuit, Norcross, GA

8.) Director of Marketing, Consumer Internet Company, Austin, Texas

9.) Information and Advocacy Officer, Publish What You Pay, London, UK

10.) Communications Manager, United Airlines Chicago, IL

11.) Manager – Media Relations United Airlines Chicago, IL

12.) Director, Corporate Communications, US AIRWAYS, Come fly with US.

13.) Communications Director, Allegis Group , Reston, VA

14.) Assistant Professor of Public Relations, Department of Communication, Bradley University, Peoria, IL

15.) Communications Director, Nielsen Company, New York, NY

16.) Copywriter, KG Partners Portland, Maine

17.) Health Communications Manager, IQ Solutions, Rockville, Maryland

18.) Sr. Communications Associate, IQ Solutions, Rockville, Maryland

19.) Senior Communications Manager/Science Media Outreach Specialist, IQ Solutions, Rockville, Maryland

20.) Bi-Lingual Health Communications Associate, IQ Solutions, Rockville, Maryland

21.) Communication Interns, IQ Solutions, Rockville, Maryland

22.) Web Communications Director, Concordia University , Portland, OR

23.) Associate Editor/Writer, Office of Public Affairs, Catholic University, Washington, DC

24.) Manager, Nonprofit Community Communications Initiative, Independent Sector, Washington, DC

25.) COMMUNICATIONS/WEB SPECIALIST, Louisiana Recovery Authority, Baton Rouge, La.

26.) Director of Communications and Marketing, Russell Sage Foundation, New York, New York

27.) Vice President of Marketing – North America, industrial manufacturing and distribution, Baltimore County, MD

28.) Communications Specialists, CDM, Cambridge, Massachusetts

29.) Communications Manager for Advocacy, American Heart Association, Washington, DC

30.) Senior Account Executive, e-Luminate Group, Washington, DC

31.) Communication Coordinator, International Rescue Committee, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

32.) Internal Communications Consultant, financial services business, West Midlands,

United Kingdom

33.) Internal Comms Consultant, corporate, via Chapple (agency), Stockley Park, London, UK 34.) Senior Associate, Public Relations, Room to Read, San Francisco, California

35.) Communications and Shared Learning Coordinator, ActionAid, Johannesburg, South Africa

36.) Public Relations, Widener University, Chester, PA

37.) Communications Specialist, Mid-Atlantic Community of the Sisters of Mercy, Merion, PA

38.) Media Relations Specialist, Oxford Communications, Lambertville, NJ

39.) Public Relations Internship, MediciGlobal, King of Prussia, PA

40.) Web Developer/Designer Internship, MediciGlobal, King of Prussia, PA

41.) Public Relations Account Supervisor, S. H. Jacobs & Associates, Philadelphia, PA 42.) Intern; República; Miami, FL

43.) Director, Marketing Communications, Intelsat, Washington, DC

44.) Director of Communication, NYC Leadership Academy, Long Island City, New York

45.) Communications Support, Africa Center for Strategic Studies (ACSS)

Center for Stabilization and Development Division, Creative Associates International, Inc., Ft. McNair, Washington, DC.

46.) Mgr. Marketing Communications, Bureau of National Affairs, Arlington, VA

47.) Assistant Director of Government Relations, New Jersey Audubon Society, Bernardsville, New Jersey

48.) Media Specialist, U.S. Census Bureau, Denver Regional Census Center, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Denver, Colorado and/or Phoenix, Arizona, and/or Las Vegas, NV

49.) Partnership Specialist (Hispanic Culture), U.S. Census Bureau, Denver Regional Census Center, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Yuma, Arizona; Pueblo, Colorado; Albuquerque or Santa Fe, New Mexico; Salt lake City, Utah

50.) Partnership Specialist (African American Culture), U.S. Census Bureau, Denver Regional Census Center, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Maricopa County AZ/Clark County, NV

51.) Partnership Specialist (General Government), U.S. Census Bureau, Denver Regional Census Center, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Maricopa County, AZ/Denver, CO/Clark County, NV

52.) Partnership Specialist (Tribal), U.S. Census Bureau, Denver Regional Census Center, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Navajo Nation Within 50-mile commute of Window Rock, AZ / Montana: Cascade, Missoula, Yellowstone Counties / North Dakota Burleigh, Cass, Grand Forks Counties / South Dakota Hughes, Minnehaha, Pennington Counties / Flagstaff, AZ Within 50-mile commute of Flagstaff / Tucson, AZ : Within 50-mile commute of Tucson

53.) Web & Multimedia Officer, Médecins Sans Frontières, Brussels, Belgium

54.) Associate Director, Public Relations, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, New York City, NY

55.) Proofreader/Editor, Taylor Technologies, Sparks, Maryland

56.) Stagiaire Communication, Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development, Paris, France

57.) Senior Communications Officer, Southern Outreach, The Global Fund, Geneva, Switzerland

58.) Senior Manager, Marketing Communications (HR), Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Arkansas

59.) Manager of Corporate Communications, Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative, Gonzales, Texas

60.) Sr. Director – National Media Relations, UnitedHealth Group, Minneapolis, Minnesota

61.) Strategic Communications Consultant (01066846), Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Virginia

62.) Strategic Communications Consultant (01066861), Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Virginia

63.) Strategic Communications Consultant (01066729), Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Virginia

64.) Director of Marketing and Communications, Mines Advisory Group, Manchester, United Kingdom

65.) Director, Public Relations, AAA National, Washington, D.C

66.) Intranet Webmaster – Alstom Power, Switzerland

67.) Communications Manager, financial services organization, Sydney, Australia

68.) Senior Manager, Public Relations, eBay, San Jose, CA

69.) Public Relations Specialist, Liquidation.com, Washington, DC

70.) Assistant or Associate Professor of Communication, Gordon College, Wenham, Massachusetts

71.) Communications Specialist, Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform, The Brookings Institutionm Washington, DC

72.) Communications Coordinator, Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform, The Brookings Institutionm Washington, DC

73.) Web Metrics Analyst/Marketing Strategist, Army.mil, MPRI, Arlington, VA

74.) Job Post Position: Social Networking Content Manager, Army.mil, MPRI, Arlington, VA

75.) Sr. Business Process Consultant, food and beverage company, Houston, TX

76.) Director, Public Relations, Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Companies, Louisville, KY

77.) Communications Specialist, Assistant Editor Quest Q&A Magazine, IMG College and IMG Associations, Lexington, Kentucky

78.) Assistant Professor of Marketing Communications, Lasell College, Newton, MA

79.) Associate Director, Communications (7741), Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

80.) Development Director, Annual Giving, University of Miami – University Advancement, Coral Gables, FL

81.) Associate Dean, Communication Arts, Humanities, & Fine Arts, College of Lake County, Grayslake, IL

82.) Director of Development – Intercollegiate Athletics, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN

83.) Alumni News Editor, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA

84.) Seafood Processor, Sterling Caviar LLC, Sacramento, CA

85.) Part-Time Faculty, Motorcycle Safety RiderCoach, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky

*** Weekly Piracy Report

…and more! Scroll down and see them all!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

Sarah Armstrong — Marketing Communications Consultant

Available for Contract Work

Particularly Interested in Non Profits and International Humanitarian Work

My expertise is in all areas of communications and marketing – including market research (both quantitative and qualitative); plan development and implementation; advertising, public relations, event planning and execution and spokesperson training. I have also spent much of my career helping organizations with branding and positioning and partnership building. In addition to my extensive communications/marketing qualifications, I have a true passion for international humanitarian work — particularly in Africa. After more than two decades of working for organizations like The American Red Cross, Porter Novelli and AARP, I started my own company and started my own foundation.

I am the founder and director of A Brighter Tomorrow for Africa Foundation – a 501(c)3 organization developed to help women and children in Sierra Leone, West Africa. I work with Community Based Organizations that help children and women in the areas of nutrition and education. My web address is http://www.brighterafrica.org.

And my consulting practice is called Mosaic Company. Please get in touch anytime through email or by phone: sarah.armstrong@mosaiccompany.com. 703-237-3172. And I'd be happy to send a full CV anytime! Thank you.

*** www.nedsjotw.com end-of-month site stats for September 2008 (as of 30 September) – A record for page views.

Distinct hosts served: 15,560 (2nd highest since June 2008 with 20,275) and July 2008 with 17,655)

Total page views: 78,609 (tops previous high in July 2008 of 75,389)

*** Wounded Warrior Project:

Some of you noted that Operation Second Chance had imposed a $50 minimum for credit card donations. I have since arranged to have that dropped to $20.

You can start by checking in here:

https://www.navysna.org/Events/OperationSecondChance.asp

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.*** The Job Market:

Is the job market tied to the stock market?

Of course. But some of you have tried to make sense of the number of the jobs in JOTW as relating to the state of the economy. 100 jobs means things are good. Less than 50 means not so good. That has not been true, because the number of jobs in JOTW is more a function of how much time I have to devote to putting the newsletter together.

There are other indicators that I have noticed, however, that might point to a downturn in available jobs for communicators, and those are other sites and lists I see that are noticeably smaller.

Also, you probably read this:

ECONOMY SHED 159,000 JOBS IN SEPTEMBER: Adding to signs of economic slowdown, the decline in nonfarm employment was the steepest in five years and was the ninth straight monthly decline. The unemployment rate held at 6.1%.

*** Pat Valdata questions spelling:

Has anybody seen

A dog died dark green

Sunglasses & a bonnet

And designer jeans with appliqués on it

~B-52s

You sure that dog wasn't dyed?

(Pat, you are right. How absurd to think a dog would be “died” dark green while wearing sunglasses.)

Depends on whether you were going surrealist on us!

Pat

*** From Maya Wagle:

Has anybody seen

A dog died dark green——–shouldn this be “dyed”?

(You would think that dog had died and gone to heaven.)’

*** K Street on 7th Street: Signature Networking Reception for Government Relations Professionals

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Event Partner : American League of Lobbyists (ALL)

Venue : Bar Louie – Washington, D.C.

http://www.washingtonnetworkgroup.com/index.php?tg=articles&idx=More&topics=26&article=591

*** From Larry Bearfield:

If you had purchased $1,000 of shares in AIG one year ago, you will have $33.00 today.

If you had purchased $1,000 of shares in Lehman Brothers one year ago, you will have $0.00 today.

But, if you had purchased $1,000 worth of beer one year ago, drank all the beer, then turned in the aluminum cans for recycling refund, you will have received $214.00.

Based on the above, the best current investment plan is to drink heavily & recycle. It is called the 401-Keg.

*** “Footnotes” – You and Your Very Next Step:

Send a photo of you in footwear as you step out on a new adventure, and tell us a little about where the photo was taken and something about your experience, to Ned at lundquist989@cs.com.

Visit YVNS at www.yourverynextstep.com

*** Minimum donation:

Some of you have mentioned that the minimum donation ro the Surface Navy Association’s Wounded Warrior project was too high. So I have asked Operation Second Chance to lower the minimum for credit card donations. They have done so. It is now $20.

To donate, first check in with SNA at http://www.navysna.org/. Then you’ll be directed to OSC. You can also mail a check.

Please mail check payable to Operation Second Chance, Inc. and include SNA in memo field.

Mail donation to Citigroup Smith Barney

Attn: Debbie Sacramo

18310 Montgomery Village Avenue, Ste. 740

Gaithersburg, MD 20879

*** We have 284 people in the Linked In “Ned's JOTW – A World in Communication” community as of Sunday morning.

*** Pot-luck party pooper:

I forgot to bring something to the virtual potluck! Boooo :-( When's the next one?

- Jessi Franko

*** 1st Arab Conference for Science Journalists – Oct 25 2008 – Fez, Morocco

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*** From Nancy Rizer:

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE MEDIA CONSOLIDATION

Ms. MIKULSKI. Mr. President,

I wish today to recognize the Department of Defense for its successful, BRAC-directed consolidation of the Army, Navy, and Air Force media activities into the new Defense Media Activity on October 1, 2008. The Department of Defense has greatly enhanced the consolidation by including the Marine Corps component and the American Forces Information Service in the new Defense Media Activity. The consolidation will improve the effectiveness and efficiency with which the Department of Defense media operations provides critical news and information to our Armed Forces around the world. In the summer of 2011, the Defense Media Activity will locate its headquarters to a state-of-the-art facility at Fort Meade, MD.

The Defense Media Activity is staffed by about 1,700 dedicated military and civilian employees who work in 15

countries. I wish the Defense Media Activity continued success in their support of the men and women of our military services and their families.

(Full disclosure: Ned was CO of Naval media Center from 1996 to 2000.)

*** From Bulldog Reporter’s Daily Dog:

When “Thought Leadership” Isn't: The Oxymoron of “Subject Matter Experts” and the Dark Secret about White Papers

By Edward Lundquist, ABC

http://bulldogreporter.com/ME2/Audiences/Default.asp?AudID=213D92F8BE0D4A1BB62EB3DF18FCCC68

(What are your thoughts about Ned’s point of view? Agree? Disagree? Too vapid to have a point of view? Let’s hear from you!)

*** From Mara Samuels:

Ned's latest thought-leadership item

Hi Ned:

What a great article. I sent it to one of my clients. Either they'll get it or I won't have a client anymore. lol Seriously, you are 100 percent correct and, sadly, more common with clients than not.

*** From Eric Bergman:

Hey buddy,

Nice article on Bulldog. Some thought leadership in the inadequacy of

thought leaders. Wot?

//eric

(At least somebody staked out a position on something.)

*** From C:

Re: Ned's latest thought-leadership item

Ah hem, unfortunately I think my current boss could stand to read this.

Thanks Ned!

Also, due to your JOTW newsletter, I may have a new position to announce soon :)

Hope all is well,

C

*** From Leigh Fazzina:

Social Media Presenters Wanted for the 2009 PRSA Health Academy Annual Conference:

Leveraging Social Media in Healthcare Public Relations: Innovations & Strategies for Enhanced Consumer Engagement

For full conference and submission details please visit: http://www.healthacademy.prsa.org/2009conference.html

Submission deadline is October 13, 2008

*** I sent Mark Sofman off to sample a few more of the most disgusting shooters. Unless you’ve tried something even worse? If so, send to Ned at lundquist989@cs.com.

Any and all would be an excellent prelude to driving the porcelain bus:

Suffering Bastard

Ingredients

3/4 oz Orange Curacao

1 1/2 oz Rum

1 oz Overproof Rum

1 oz (fresh) Lime Juice

2 oz (fresh) Orange Juice

1/2 oz Orgeat Syrup

Suffering Bastard Directions

Shake all ingredients well and strain into an ice-filled double old-fashioned glass. Garnish with slices of orange and lime, and serve in a Old-Fashioned Glass

Mithering Bastard Recipe

Ingredients

1/2 oz Triple Sec

1 1/2 oz Scotch Whisky

1 oz Orange Juice

Mithering Bastard Directions

In a shaker half-filled with ice cubes, combine all of the ingredients. Shake well, and strain into an Old-Fashioned glass almost filled with ice cubes.

Dying Bastard Recipe

Ingredients

1 oz Brandy

1 oz Gin

1 oz Rum

1/2 oz Lime Juice

1 dash Bitters

1 oz Ginger Ale

Dying Bastard Directions

Place all ingredients into a tall glass over ice, stir, and serve in a Highball Glass

Dead Bastard Recipe

Ingredients

1 oz Brandy

1 oz Bourbon

1 oz Gin

1 oz Rum

1/2 oz Lime Juice

1 dash Bitters

1 oz Ginger Ale

Dead Bastard Directions

Pour ingredients into a tall glass over ice, stir, and serve in a Collins Glass

Ol' Dirty Bastard Recipe

Ingredients

2 oz Southern Comfort

1 oz Vodka

2 oz Spiced Rum

1/2 oz Coca-Cola

Ol' Dirty Bastard Directions

Pour the Southern Comfort, Captain Morgan spiced, Absolut vodka and Coca-cola into an old-fashioned glass filled with ice cubes, and serve in a Old-Fashioned Glass

Suffering Bastard Recipe

Ingredients

3/4 oz Orange Curacao

1 1/2 oz Rum

1 oz Overproof Rum

1 oz (fresh) Lime Juice

2 oz (fresh) Orange Juice

1/2 oz Orgeat Syrup

Suffering Bastard Directions

Shake all ingredients well and strain into an ice-filled double old-fashioned glass. Garnish with slices of orange and lime, and serve in a Old-Fashioned Glass

Fuzzy Bastard Recipe

Ingredients

1 oz Vodka

1/2 oz Peach Schnapps

1 oz Dark Rum

1/2 oz Orange Curacao

1/2 oz Raspberry Syrup

(Fill to Top) Orange Juice

(Fill to Top) Sweet and Sour Mix

Fuzzy Bastard Directions

Pour ingredients in order listed above into a Beer Mug

(I gave you a shot and you blew it. These aren't shooters. If I wanted full blown cocktails I would have said so.)

Watch your tone – you gave a shot to over 10,000 subscribers and just how many of THEM responded? ;-)

I'm not a full blown cocktaiols fan and the difference between them and shooters eludes me.

So like high seas piracy, I know just enough about cocktaiols (or shooters or whatever they are called) to be dangerous.

;-)

Mark Sofman

Ned offers a few more:

The Flatliner:

1 part Tequila

1 part Sambuca

4 drops Tabasco sauce

Liquid Steak:

1½ oz. Barcardi 151

Worcestershire Sauce

Smoker's Cough:

1½ oz. Jagermeister

One dollop of warm Mayonnaise

Green Flame:

1 oz Green Chartreuse

1 tsp Bacardi 151

Match

Urine Sample:

1 oz Jose Cuervo

1/2 oz Pabst Blue Ribbon

Warm in the microwave for 15 seconds

And since Mark wanted a regular cocktail, I submit this:

Bleeding Throat

1 oz. Crown Royal (any proof)

1 oz. Smirnoff Vodka (higher proof=better)

1 oz. Favorite carbonated drink

1 oz. Tabasco

Half-can or less of favorite beer

2-4 ground Habanero peppers

Or this, to wrap things up…

“Cowboy Breakfast”

1 part Southern Comfort

Shot glass dipped in bacon grease and then lined with Lowry's seasoning salt. (think of a margarita with the salt on the glass)

And in the shot glass you put 3 baked beans (yes baked beans)

Chase with the bacon you cooked with the grease.

(Drink responsibly. Which means never drink any of the above.)

*** From John Bouton:

Ned,

A shot of half Goldschlager and half Jagermeister is called a Starry Night and is actually quite delicious.

The nastiest shot I've tried is the Prairie Fire

Prairie Fire

1 OZ Tequila with a splash of Tabasco

John Bouton

(The Prairie Fire was a staple of mine at Lenny’s Tap on 18th and Stae in Milwaukee.)

*** From Jim Parsons and Bob the Cat:

Ned, if I can hop up on the JOTW soapbox for a moment, let me echo and amplify Connie's comments about the Pacific Plains Region conference. Everything was first-rate–the speakers, topics, venue–the works. The organizers definitely deserve a big toast with the JOTW coffee mug du jour.

Regret that I didn't see Connie's presentation, though. Had a previous engagement with the Seattle Seahawks at Qwest Field.

Oh, and BobTheCat remains silly and furry.

JP

*** From Dahna Chandlert:

Pirate spokesperson sets forth the groundrules:

Pirates: Last Cool Thing Ruined By PR

I thought this might interest you.

Dahna

I don't understand the title. “The last cool thing”? Does it mean that pirates are “cool”? Pirates have ALWAYS been dangerous criminals so I can't understand the romance. I mean, Tampa, FL actually celebrates this life of murder and thievery with a parade every year and here we have the real life example of a group of criminals no better than drug runners who have a spokesman. What, are we expected to take them seriously like they're some kind of freedom fighters? They're outlaws from a land of despots!

I'm with you, there's not a win-win solution here. I wonder if these fools have the “I'll go out guns blazing” mentality….

Dahna has shared a blog post with you. To view the blog post or to reply to the message, follow this link:

http://www.facebook.com/n/?inbox/readmessage.php&t=1010673561976

(Ned replies: I found that interesting about the pirates having a spokesman. They are group of criminals, not representative of a country or a big organization. They've stopped lots of ships, and this one just happened to be loaded with tanks. How smart will they be? Will they take the money and have enough leverage to get away scott free (nobody will stop them when they get back to lawless Somalia)? Or, being surrounded, will they fight their way out like trapped animals? I don't think there is a win-win solution here.)

*** From Hal McArthur, ABC:

Ned -

I thought I'd let you know what we've been doing.

Go to:

www.navy.mil

Click on the upper right hand corner – “What Was Your Summer Like?” (best with volume up)

Click on the right hand side bar – “The Genius Of Our People”

Click on the right hand side bar – “Great White Fleet In Asia”

McArthur Communications, Inc.

1212 Westover Hills Blvd.

Richmond, Va 23225

tel: 804.230.7135

fax: 804.230.7137

mcarthur.com

*** From Andy Cszul:

FYI — fantastic new book out that offers hot tips how to get a

federal government job and score an excellent annual review, among

many others!

Blog: http://blog.szuledits.com/2008/09/29/the-ultimate-guide-to-federal-job-hunting.aspx

*or* download a copy at http://szuledits.com/LandFedJob_BookReview.pdf

Enjoy and pass it on!

-Andy

*** Musical bailout:

It's come to my attention that if the 700 billion dollar federal bailout were converted to iTunes downloads for ALL Americans we'd each be able to download 2318 of our favorite songs, including b-sides by Herman and the Hermits, The Turtles and Paul Revere and the Raiders, Captain Beefheart, Lee Michaels, and Buzzy Linhart, among others.

If Apple can keep up with the demand and installs adequate server capacity in time, we may well see Steve Jobs' name placed in nomination for Treasury Secretary in the administration of the next POTUS.

A Senate hearing with Steve Jobs doing a MacWorld style presentation would certainly help C-SPAN's ratings too.

Mark Sofman

*** From Leigh Fazzina:

Social Media Presenters Wanted for the 2009 PRSA Health Academy Annual Conference:

Leveraging Social Media in Healthcare Public Relations: Innovations & Strategies for Enhanced Consumer Engagement

When? May 13-15, 2009

Where? The Westin Hotel, City Center – Washington, D.C.

For full conference details and the presentation submission process visit: http://www.healthacademy.prsa.org/2009conference.html

Submission deadline is October 13, 2008.

*** From Allyne Mills:

Ned-

Can you please post the following position? Thank you!

Allyne Mills

Vice President

TAYLOR | Partners in Moving Brands Forward

Empire State Building

350 Fifth Avenue | Suite 3800 | New York, NY | 10118

Phone: 212-714-5706

amills@taylorpr.com | www.taylorpr.com

1.) Senior Account Supervisor – Spirits, Beverage and Lifestyle, Taylor, NY, NY

Overview

Taylor, the global leader in lifestyle, sports and entertainment PR, was named 2008 U.S. Agency of the Year by The Holmes Group, one of the industries leading media organizations.

Taylor PR partners exclusively with category leading consumer brands and utilizes lifestyle, sports and entertainment platforms to achieve business goals. Founded in 1984 and recognized as the leading lifestyle sports and entertainment public relations agency, Taylor has 110 employees with headquarters in NY and offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, Charlotte and London.

The agency provides a full array of marketing communications services including, proprietary research and competitive intelligence, program planning and development, strategic media relations, event production, spokesperson procurement and training, Hispanic/multicultural marketing communications, digital and emerging media and measurement and evaluation. To view Taylor’s portfolio of client partners visit us and discover the difference at www.taylorpr.com.

Help set and achieve corporate goals through participation in decision-making and problem-solving processes.

Provide senior-level account planning and supervision for several accounts and/or provide specialized expertise in one or more service areas.

Manage account financials including budget allocation and control, time sheets, client billing, supplier invoicing and purchase orders; ensure team billability and account profitability.

Lead strategy sessions on new and existing accounts and develop strategy for implementing successful client programs.

Client facing, serve as senior contact for clients, demonstrating in-depth knowledge of clients’ business; develop strategy for implementing successful client programs

Communicate overall marketing objectives, expectations and successful execution of marketing strategy to members of the team and staff. Ensure that all accounts are strategically on target with clients’ business objectives.

Supervise several accounts/teams and participate in educating and mentoring account staff. Ensure that each member of the team understands their role and how they fit together as part of the overall plan.

Evaluate the team’s effort collectively and individually. Promptly review their work and provide constructive feedback.

Help account teams work effectively and in the best interests of client(s); maximize agency’s network of resources to enhance client services.

Demonstrate proficiency in writing and editing materials including client media materials, byline articles, client correspondence and reports.

Take a leadership role in new business proposal development and presentations; work with account teams to build incremental business.

Exhibit strong communication and presentation skills to effectively articulate ideas to clients and colleagues.

Build a leadership role in outside organizations to increase client’s visibility in marketplace and create new business opportunities.

Provide counsel to client or account teams on message development, media strategies, positioning statements

Highly creative mind that can demonstrate creative and successful PR campaigns that they developed and spearheaded

Minimum Qualifications

Any combination of education and experience providing the required skills and knowledge for successful performance would qualify. Typical qualifications would be equivalent to:

Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, English, Marketing, or a related field. Master’s degree in a communication field desirable.

7+ years of consumer lifestyle PR experience, preferably in the spirits and/or beverage industry

Responsible for managing multiple brands and managing teams of at least 5+

Experience with budgets of at least $1MM (combined)

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to careers@taylorpr.com. No phone calls, please.

*** From Elena Turner:

Hi Ed! Would you mind posting this?

2.) Direct Marketing, Dieste, Dallas, TX

Dieste, Omnicom's premier Hispanic marketing agency has several positions open on its direct marketing team. All require bilingual English-Spanish. Two positions in the direct mail arena and one in the DRTV realm. Office in downtown Dallas. Relocation available for qualified candidates. Send resumes to ETurner@dieste.com

Thanks, and call me if you have any questions, or email me to work address above.

Elena Turner

214-679-7136

3.) Assistant Vice Chancellor, University Communications, University of California Davis, Davis, CA

http://www.sologig.com/freelancers/fl_projectdetails.aspx?id=1002277

4.) Director of Marketing, Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, NY

http://careers.cccu.org/jobdetail.cfm?job=2990681&keywords=communications

*** From Kate Meyer:

Hi Edward,

Will you please include this public relations opportunity in the next JOTW email?

Thanks in advance.

Kate Meyer

5.) Associate Director, Public Relations, Alzheimer’s Association, Chicago, IL

General Summary

The Associate Director will take the lead on developing and implementing national integrated consumer campaigns as well as developing materials/programs that Chapters can activate on a local level. The position will work with other departments (Marketing, Communications, Business Development) to develop programs around opportunities as they arise. He/she will also handle proactive and reactive media calls to generate awareness of Alzheimer's and position the Association as a leader in the field.

Essential Job Functions

• Manage public relations aspects of corporate donor programs as mutually defined by the donor, business ventures and public relations

• Respond to incoming media requests as necessary

• Manage multiple priorities

• Use media relations and public relations knowledge and experience, planning abilities and creative skills to develop and implement programs, strategies and timelines; implement programs and strategies on schedule and within budget.

• Work closely with other departments to monitor new and emerging program activities and plan appropriate communications strategies and create media materials.

• Build and maintain good working relationships with key media contacts

Minimum Requirements

• Bachelors degree in Communications, Journalism or Public Relations

• 5-7 years professional experience with public relations consulting firm, news media or organizational communications.

• Experience planning and executing consumer awareness campaigns.

• Excellent writing skills.

To apply online please visit: http://www.alz.org/apps/jobs/JobSearchListing.asp?IDNum=285&Chapter=National+Office

6.) Director of Marketing Communications, CCS, New York, New York

http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=17223

7.) Senior Communications Specialist – Digital Insight, Intuit, Norcross, GA

http://www.intuit.apply2jobs.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=66539

*** From Athena Navarro:

Hi Ned,

Dahna Chandler suggested I post this on your website www.nedsjotw.com. I went to the website and registered but could not figure out how to post. Will you help me?

Thanks!!

Athena

8.) Director of Marketing, Consumer Internet Company, Austin, Texas

Austin Texas based Internet company is seeking a motivated, smart, and driven leader to become Director of Marketing.

As a member of the senior management team, the Director of Marketing will help guide the strategic direction of the marketplace. This person will build the marketing team and execute the overall strategic marketing plan.

This is a perfect opportunity for a senior marketing manager at an established Internet company to step up to the Director level at a promising, well funded, start-up. If you are an individual who wants to make an impact with your ideas and vision, this position is for you.

Please contact me if you are interested in learning more about this position or have someone to recommend.

Thanks you,

Athena

athena@elitistgroup.com.

Athena Navarro

VP, Managing Partner

The Elitist Group, Inc.

3571 Far West Blvd. #131

Austin, TX 78731

www.elitistgroup.com

www.linkedin.com/in/navarroathena

9.) Information and Advocacy Officer, Publish What You Pay, London, UK

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

10.) Communications Manager, United Airlines Chicago, IL

http://www.smartbrief.com/jobs/ata/job_detail.jsp?id=4198

11.) Manager – Media Relations United Airlines Chicago, IL

http://www.smartbrief.com/jobs/ata/job_detail.jsp?id=4196

12.) Director, Corporate Communications, US AIRWAYS, Come fly with US.

http://www.smartbrief.com/jobs/ata/job_detail.jsp?id=4231

13.) Communications Director, Allegis Group , Reston, VA

http://jobs.amightyriver.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?jobId=13176805

*** From Terri Johnson, ABC, APR:

Hi, Ned,

Here is a job announcement for next week's newsletter.

Thanks for all you do.

Terri

14.) Assistant Professor of Public Relations, Department of Communication, Bradley University, Peoria, IL

The Department of Communication at Bradley University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Public Relations beginning August 2009.

Dynamic and creative candidates are sought to join a productive team of interdisciplinary colleagues. The ideal candidate will embrace a global perspective, cultural diversity, and an understanding of the new digital age of communication. The ideal candidate will be one that reaches across academic disciplines and institutions to collaborate with colleagues in other departments, universities, and corporate entities. The successful candidate will teach, conduct research, and advise students in an integrated communication environment. Teaching responsibilities include courses in principles, advanced writing and campaigns.

A Ph.D. in communication or related field required for tenure-track appointment and relevant professional background are required. (ABD applicants will be considered, but are only eligible for tenure-track status upon completion of the terminal degree.)

Teaching experience, record of scholarship and the ability to teach communication theory and/or research methods are preferred.

Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Qualified applicants should submit (electronic and hard copy) a letter of application addressing the qualifications for the position; résumé/curriculum vita; complete contact information for a minimum of three current, professional references (A minimum of three letters of reference will be required of finalists); tangible evidence of teaching effectiveness (such as student and/or peer evaluations) to:

Dr. Ron Koperski, Chair

Public Relations Search Committee

Department of Communication

Bradley University

Peoria, IL 61625

chipol@bradley.edu

309-677-2365

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Bradley University, highly rated by U.S. News and World Report, is an independent, comprehensive university enrolling 6,000 students, 5,000 in undergraduate programs. Founded in 1897, it is among the finest universities in the Midwest. Bradley combines the advantages of larger research universities with those of smaller liberal arts colleges.

The Department of Communication, one of the departments in the Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts, is the largest department in the university with more than 500 students. Concentrations in advertising, journalism, public relations, electronic media and organizational communication are offered.

For additional information visit Bradley University at: www.bradley.edu or the Slane College of Communication and Fine Arts at: http://slane.bradley.edu.

Bradley University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The administration, faculty and staff are committed to attracting qualified candidates from underrepresented groups.

A full position description and application procedures is posted on the Bradley University Human Resources website: www.bradley.edu/humanresources (EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES—FACULTY POSITIONS)

15.) Communications Director, Nielsen Company, New York, NY

http://www.sologig.com/freelancers/fl_projectdetails.aspx?id=1002538

16.) Copywriter, KG Partners Portland, Maine

http://www.talentzoo.com/index.php?action=view_job&jobID=89102

*** From Judith B. Braslow:

Dear Colleague–

IQ Solutions,(www.iqsolutions,com ), a health communication and information services firm, with over 300 employees, located in Rockville, Maryland, outside of Washington, DC, is seeking several talented communication professionals and interns with a high-energy work ethic to join our growing health communications and social marketing team. While each of the positions are slightly different, depending on the experience and responsibility level of the persons hired we are basically looking for individuals in the following positions:

17.) Health Communications Manager, IQ Solutions, Rockville, Maryland

18.) Sr. Communications Associate, IQ Solutions, Rockville, Maryland

19.) Senior Communications Manager/Science Media Outreach Specialist, IQ Solutions, Rockville, Maryland

20.) Bi-Lingual Health Communications Associate, IQ Solutions, Rockville, Maryland

21.) Communication Interns, IQ Solutions, Rockville, Maryland

For each of these positions (except for the interns) we are looking for communications staff who have expertise in developing and implementing strategic plans around the promotion of scientific publications. This includes developing promotion plans, analyzing scientific publications to determine their newsworthiness, working with the scientist and science press writer to draft a news release, pitching the health and science media including the trade press, developing online promotion plans, developing and leading media training and coordinating with the client. Successful candidates will have a strong science media background, experience managing clients and projects, experience providing communications technical assistance and strong interpersonal skills. Attention to detail is essential. Media training experienced desirable; occasional travel required.

Educational and experience requirements range from a BA/BS in Communications or related field with up to 2 years of experience to a minimum of 8 years of in-depth experience in all stages of developing and implementing integrated marketing and communications plans for major projects. For the more senior positions an M.P.H, M.S., or M.H.S. degree is a plus with a background in public health and/or health education, Hispanic communications, and/or interactive communications, as well as experience working on Federal government projects, preferred. For an internship we are interested in juniors, seniors or graduate students in public health, communication, journalism, social marketing or related fields.

Individuals interested in applying for any of the positions should go to the IQ Solutions web site using the link below and applying for the individual positions of interest to them:

http://iqsolutions.balancetrak.com/JobListing/48/joblisting.aspx

22.) Web Communications Director, Concordia University , Portland, OR

http://www.sologig.com/freelancers/fl_projectdetails.aspx?id=1001802

*** From Bridgit Serchak, who got it from Maggie Master:

Hi folks, Catholic University is looking for an editor/writer for their office of public affairs.

thanks,

Maggie Master (MSJ 04)

23.) Associate Editor/Writer, Office of Public Affairs, Catholic University, Washington, DC

Order # 08-117

Req# 100555

Essential Duties: Compile listings of events and announcements for weekly online campus newsletter. Create report of university news for submission to local higher education leaders twice a month. Compile and copy edit highlights section of the university's Annual Report. Write and edit other print and online materials and publications produced by the Office of Public Affairs, including the Fact Book; stories for the alumni magazine; articles for the online faculty and staff newspaper; news releases; and the Annual Report. Maintain network of campus “beat” sources, contribute story ideas and cover campus events as assigned. Use basic Web editing (content management) system to occasionally post new releases and routinely update calendar of events and PBAF Web Page. Assist in proofreading cycle for magazine, annual report and other projects as needed. Assist media relations staff in promoting the university to the media.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. Two to four years of professional editing and writing experience. Excellent editing skills and a passion for attention to detail required. Applicant should be well-organized, self-motivated multi-tasker who has a solid understanding of grammar and enjoys working with words to produce copy that is concise, accurate and well-written. Exemplary writing required; solid news and feature writing a plus. News and feature writing a plus. Excellent editing, writing, verbal, organizational and interpersonal skills; computer literacy (proficiency in MS Word required, experience with content-management applications as well as AP and/or Chicago style highly desired). Solid understanding of the Catholic faith and the mission of Catholic institutions highly desired. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter explaining how he/she meets the job requirements, resume, and four writing samples to: Employment Manager, Office of Human Resources, The Catholic University of America, 620 Michigan Avenue, NE, Cardinal Station, Leahy Hall, Suite 170, Washington, DC 20064, Fax: 202-319-5802, e-mail: koker@cua.edu.

24.) Manager, Nonprofit Community Communications Initiative, Independent Sector, Washington, DC

http://www.comminit.com/en/node/277082/ads

*** From Robin Mayhall, APR:

Hi Ned,

Here is a good-looking job opportunity in Baton Rouge.

Hope your Tuesday is treating you well so far. 

Best-

Robin

Robin Mayhall, APR

25.) COMMUNICATIONS/WEB SPECIALIST, Louisiana Recovery Authority, Baton Rouge, La.

Overview:

The Louisiana Recovery Authority looks to hire a communications/web specialist to join its communications/press team. This is a fulltime, unclassified position within the agency that reports to the communications director and deputy communications director.

Responsibilities:

The communications/web specialist will provide support for internal and external communications on LRA’s numerous recovery programs and rebuilding projects. The candidate will develop online content via the web, PowerPoint and other media; maintain the LRA Web site by posting press releases, videos, photos, meeting times and documents and more in a timely, organize and user-friendly manner; develop interactive web based communication materials and strategies including web logs; develop, research and write stories for the web and other publications highlighting Louisiana’s progress after the storms of 2005 and 2008.

The candidate will also prepare briefings and PowerPoints for the executive director and other staff; work with the research team to create comprehensible reports that communicate progress, status and needs in integral recovery areas; modify website information for dissemination in other formats and media, such as articles, brochures, reports, slides, and broadcast stories; create documents for small projects that include fact-sheets and accomplishments; maintain files of photos and occasionally take photos at meetings and events; scan documents and photos as needed; and perform other communication duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

The successful applicant will have a working knowledge of HTML, Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel and Word. In addition, a strong knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat Professional and scanning software is preferred. This position requires excellent writing and proofreading skills. The candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, advertising, public relations, marketing, English, or related field, with a minimum of two years experience in a related field.

The salary will be commensurate with experience. The LRA employs highly motivated individuals who share a deep commitment to ensure that Louisiana rebuilds safer, stronger and smarter. E-mail résumé, cover letter and writing sample to Darin Mann, LRA communications director at darin.mann@la.gov. Résumés received by Friday, October 3, 2008, will be given first consideration.

About the Louisiana Recovery Authority:

Created in the aftermath of hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005, the LRA is the coordinating and planning body leading the most extensive rebuilding effort in American history. The central point for hurricane recovery in Louisiana, the LRA partners with state and federal agencies to oversee more than $20 billion worth of programs, speed the pace of rebuilding, remove hurdles and red tape and ensure that Louisiana recovers safer and stronger than before. For more information about the LRA and its 17-member board, visit lra.louisiana.gov.

26.) Director of Communications and Marketing, Russell Sage Foundation, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=228800069

*** From Steve Boyle:

Hi Ned,

Please post the following position to next week’s JOTW.

Best,

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

27.) Vice President of Marketing – North America, industrial manufacturing and distribution, Baltimore County, MD

Compensation: $125k-$175k + Bonus

International industrial manufacturing and distribution organization seeks a Vice President of Marketing to lead all North American marketing and communications efforts.

This individual will report to the Chief Administrative Officer, and will manage a team of six direct reports. The VP will also be responsible for managing the work of a variety of outside vendors, such as advertising and marketing agencies.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

-Development and management of the North American Marketing Budget

-Development and maintenance of value-driving relationships with a variety of MarComm vendors

-Management of the online marketing function

-Regular interaction with C-team and international counterparts

-Strategic leadership over all marketing and communications functions

Qualifications:

-10+ years of marketing leadership experience

-Experience managing a marketing staff of 4+ team members

-BA Required, MBA Preferred

-Experience in a product manufacturing organization highly preferred

-Experience working with international teams is highly advantageous

For more information on this opportunity, please contact Steve Boyle at 410-753-1424, or send a Word-formatted CV via email: sboyle@stephenjames.com.

*** From Marlene A. Hobel :

28.) Communications Specialists, CDM, Cambridge, Massachusetts

CDM is looking for two top performers to join our Corporate Communications team. You must be a go-getter with proven skills in project management, effective interviewing and oral communication, and outstanding writing. You will develop communications strategies, write and produce a spectrum of marketing materials (brochures, newsletters, articles, ads, Web content), and serve as an account manager. Requires B.A. in communications, English, or journalism. We have one senior position for an individual with 4-6 years of related experience and an intermediate position for an individual with 2-4 years of experience.

Please apply at cdm.com/careers

CDM is a global consulting, engineering, construction and operations firm helping public and private clients improve the environment and infrastructure.

Marlene A. Hobel

Vice President, Corporate Communications

CDM

*** From Suzanne Ffolkes:

29.) Communications Manager for Advocacy, American Heart Association, Washington, DC

What's your motivation? Opportunity. Creativity. Contribution.

It's all part of working for the American Heart Association–where you can contribute professional growth with personal fulfillment. So if you're considering a rewarding career, consider the American Heart Association. We have an excellent opportunity for a Communications Manager for Advocacy in our Communications and Health Outreach department based in Washington, DC.

Selected individual will be responsible for supporting and assisting advocacy media programs and communication projects of the Office of Media Advocacy in support of the American Heart Association's national advocacy agenda. Will serve as an advocacy contact for national political and policy media outlets and as a liaison contact for congressional press secretaries and press officers of regulatory and executive branch agencies. Other duties include representing the National American Heart Association and the Office of Public Advocacy regarding media outreach and public education issues with various Association-supported coalitions and partnership organizations as well as managing Affiliate media advocacy support for state and local advocacy initiatives.

Qualifications:

• Minimum of 4 years experience in public relations, corporate communications and/or journalism

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

• Highly effective oral and written communications skills

• Extensive experience in media relations and knowledge of the operations of the general media (both print and electronic), the political/health policy media as well as trade, professional and scientific media outlets

• Experience with healthcare issues is preferred as well as experience in working with volunteer health organizations and/or related not-for-profit professional groups and grassroots and trade organizations

• Knowledge of governmental operations, both congressional and executive branch agencies

• Successful experience or demonstrated understanding of media relations as it relates to advocacy

• Knowledge of Microsoft software and basic online tools

• Web content management experience preferred

Attracting talented, committed employees means offering a competitive benefits package, ongoing professional development and training and a diverse and inclusive environment in which to work and grow. And we do.

Visit www.americanheart.org/careers for more information and to apply.

Suzanne Ffolkes

Director of Media Advocacy

American Heart Association

National Center

1150 Connecticut Ave., NW Ste. 300

Washington, DC 20036

fax: 202-785-7955

Suzanne.Ffolkes@heart.org

*** From Brianne Jones:

Dear Ned,

Attached please find a job posting for a Senior Account Executive with e-Luminate Group in Washington, DC. I would like to have it included in your next weekly newsletter posting. Please advise if there is a fee for posting to your newsletter.

Thanks.

Best regards,

Brianne Jones

Executive Marketing Communications Assistant

e-Luminate Group

www.e-luminategroup.com

bjones@eluminategroup.com

30.) Senior Account Executive, e-Luminate Group, Washington, DC

Want to join a smart, savvy, PR team? Looking for excellent growth opportunities?

e-Luminate Group is a leading education consulting firm, and our Marketing Communications team is growing! Our team has a powerful combination of industry expertise, Marketing-savvy and PR know-how and represents some of the most well-known companies in the education arena.

We are seeking an experienced, energetic PR professional to join our team as a Senior Account Executive. Candidates must have experience developing strategic communications plans, leading accounts, managing client relationships and delivering solid results. The ideal candidate is a self-starter who has superior critical thinking skills, exercises good judgment, is a creative, ‘out-of the-box’ thinker, and has excellent writing and interpersonal skills. Must work well in a fast-paced, collaborative environment.

Agency experience preferred!

Primary responsibilities are as follows:

• Develop strategic communications plans and campaigns for a variety of clients

• Manage all aspects of media relations (media relations strategy & execution)

• Write and develop key PR materials: press releases, talking points, bylines, Q & As, case studies, corporate and product backgrounders, fact sheets, etc.

• Day-to-day account management

Qualifications:

• Bachelors degree in Journalism, Communications, PR or related field

• 5-7 years of PR/Marketing/Communications experience

• Self-starter and highly motivated

• Ability to balance strategy with execution

• Outstanding organization skills

• Creative and pragmatic thinker

• Excellent communication and presentation skills

• Ability to multitask effectively in a fast-paced environment

Compensation:

Salary is commensurate with experience; includes attractive benefits package

About the Company:

e-Luminate Group is a dynamic education consulting firm specializing in marketing communications and 21st century skills services. From K-12 to higher education to workforce development and beyond, we believe in the power of technology and innovation to transform education at all stages of life. Our mission is to provide outstanding strategic consulting services that illuminate the vision, value and relevance of our clients, thereby enabling their success and leadership in the education market.

Our passionate, innovative team exemplifies the same fully integrated, 21st century approach that adds value to our clients. These skills include: critical thinking and problem solving; creativity and innovation; communication and collaboration; initiative and self direction; leadership and responsibility; and productivity and accountability.

For more information, please visit our Web site: www.e-luminategroup.com.

How to apply:

Please submit resumes to: jobs@eluminategroup.com. Applicants should send a detailed cover letter describing their profile and include a resume. References will be required.

31.) Communication Coordinator, International Rescue Committee, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

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

*** From Alex Berger:

Hi Ned

Have a good weekend,

Alex

32.) Internal Communications Consultant, financial services business, West Midlands,

United Kingdom

Our client are a successful leading financial services business. They are market leading in the UK and have a strong global presence. They are currently looking for passsionate communicator who possesses a drive and determination to make a difference. The role is tasked with delivering high quality communications that will make an impact across the business. You will consult with business stakeholders and shape the most appropriate comms approach to ensure effective comms activity. You will support both projects and business area comms ultilising a range of media and channels to ensure employee engagement across all levels and disciplines within the business. All this must be completed against budget thereby ensuring all activities are efficient, but also cost effective. This is an ideal role for a strong Internal Comm professional wishing to take their career to the next stage in a dynamic, successful yet challenging organisation. The ideal candidate will possess a demonstratable track record of success in their career and will ideally be coming from a large and complex organisation

http://www.internalcommsjobs.co.uk/viewjob.asp?numJobID=2940

33.) Internal Comms Consultant, corporate, via Chapple (agency), Stockley Park, London, UK

Job Brief This is a fantastic opportunity to join the communications team in one of the UK's most prestigious brands. Our client's culture is very high performance. We are looking for a real team player with excellent stakeholder management skills. A proven track record in planning and executing complex internal communication programs is also desirable. This role would suit a specialist internal communications professional keen to further career within a large corporate.

Ref: Chap 1295

Rate £ 60,000 (full-time) Excellent benefits package

http://www.internalcommsjobs.co.uk/viewjob.asp?numJobID=2960

34.) Senior Associate, Public Relations, Room to Read, San Francisco, California

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=229100041

35.) Communications and Shared Learning Coordinator, ActionAid, Johannesburg, South Africa

Closing Date – 17 Oct 2008

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

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

36.) Public Relations, Widener University, Chester, PA

Widener University seeks a media savvy self-starter to serve as assistant director of public relations. Responsibilities include writing press releases and pitching story ideas to regional and national news media, contributing copy to and editing the university’s internal newsletter, updating Web content on a daily basis, contributing to the university’s alumni magazine and supporting university events by attending, gathering information, and taking photographs. Job requirements include a bachelor’s degree, superior written and verbal communications skills, strong customer service skills, the ability to work independently, and one to three years of news media or public relations agency experience. Submit letter of application, resume, salary requirements, and three examples of stories you have successfully pitched to Mary Ann Schoenman, Office of Public Relations, Widener University, One University Place, Chester, Pa. 19013 or email mcschoenman@widener.edu. Applications that do not include all of the requested items will not be considered.

37.) Communications Specialist, Mid-Atlantic Community of the Sisters of Mercy, Merion, PA

Mid-Atlantic Community of the Sisters of Mercy, Merion, PA, is seeking a Communications Specialist.

Provide direct staff support to the Mid-Atlantic director of communication. Qualifications include Bachelors degree in communications, marketing, or related field. Two to four years experience in communications, public relations, marketing, or related field. Strong technological skills including proficiency in Web 2.0, Social Media, PowerPoint, Access, Excel, Publisher, Outlook, Macromedia Dream Weaver, HTML, and digital photography.

Contact: Send resume and writing samples to ddellaporta@mercymidatlantic.org

38.) Media Relations Specialist, Oxford Communications, Lambertville, NJ

Oxford Communications is seeking a Dynamic and Experienced Media Relations Specialist.

Reporting to the VP of Public relations, will be responsible for the daily management and implementation of strategic public relations initiatives, primarily in the media relations category.

The specialist will recommend, plan and execute communications strategies, PR plans and message development, leveraging media and influencer relationships for positive coverage. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of effectively managing and pitching national media.

The candidate must be highly proactive and be able to prove national booking/coverage in varying forms of media, with ability to drive campaigns and programs with minimal supervision.

Requires 5 plus years experience in national pitching and coordinating BA/BS degree in marketing, English or PR

Responsibilities:

- Securing national media coverage for clients, in all forms of press.

- Responsible for implementation of public relations strategies/activities in North America, including writing, pitching and managing appearances when necessary.

- Draft press releases and manage internal and external approval processes.

- Plan, recommend, develop, implement and evaluate a wide range of media projects, including contributed articles, editorial content for submission to publications, story pitches, op-ed pieces, media briefings and tours.

- Develop contacts and media relationships with representatives to create opportunities for keeping the company in the public eye.

- Act as the primary media relations contact for national consumer brands by coordinating press coverage and press events; schedules interviews with appropriate company subject matter experts as necessary.

- Secure speaking engagements for company spokespersons. Manage the submission process for securing speaker engagements or presentation opportunities and handle spokesperson training if appropriate

- Field and direct responses to all media-related inquiries. Conduct and/or facilitate interviews for media and analysts with Company spokespeople

- Research and maintain database of public relations contacts-press and analysts.

- Develop measurement systems, tracking and coverage assessment

- Manage all media relations activities in conjunction with events.

EOE/AA

Contact: Please apply to: careers@oxfordcommunications.comRef PR in subject headline

39.) Public Relations Internship, MediciGlobal, King of Prussia, PA

Marketing clinical trials to patients and healthcare providers has evolved over the past twenty years since MediciGlobal, the global leader in marketing clinical trials directly to patients, launched the first patient recruitment program for an oncology trial in 1991. The company’s award-winning global marketing activities are accelerating clinical trials and bringing new drugs to market faster, saving pharmaceutical and biotech company’s time and money, which are very important benefits in today's tough economy. The company continues to lead the industry in developing innovative methods to expedite patient involvement in clinical trials. Recognized for over 17 years of high quality performance with outstanding results, MediciGlobal is a world leader serving the global Life Sciences industry and a preferred provider to many biotech and pharmaceutical companies around the globe. With the corporate office in the biotech corridor of suburban Philadelphia in the U.S., and a European office in the U.K, MediciGlobal utilizes its proprietary technologies to deliver recruitment and retention programs globally, yet with local reach.

Job Summary: The Public Relations Intern will assist the public relations team with all aspects of the planning, development, and execution of public relations and media relations programs for pharmaceutical clients and the company’s brand communications.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

- Assist in developing, compiling and distributing press kits.

- Coordination and development of media lists and databases and update the information periodically.

- Assist with writing and distributing news to the media which includes sending emails, faxes, and posting news to social media sites.

- Assist with editing news content such as bios, press releases, media alerts, etc.

- Perform research on prospective business proposals. This includes Internet research, telephone calls, or other methods.

- Assist with developing public relations reporting mechanisms as well as the assembly of media coverage.

- Work within a marketing/PR team setting, interacting with all disciplines within the organization to obtain real-world experience and views of the collaborative nature of healthcare PR environment.

Interpersonal skills:

- Ability to work independently, quickly and under pressure (essential).

- Excellent written and verbal communication skills (essential).

- Ability to balance multiple responsibilities (essential).

- Excellent written communication skills (essential).

- Excellent verbal communication skills (essential).

- Multi-task oriented with strong organizational skills.

- Creative thinker.

- Self-starter.

- Good computer skills.

- Promote goodwill inside and outside of the organization by representing the public relations practice in a professional manner with a cheerful, “can-do”attitude.

Please note that this is a non-paid internship, however, as an integral member of the public relations team, the Public Relations Intern will gain valuable experience and knowledge of the public relations and marketing fields, while learning about public relations in the healthcare industry. The intern will also be able to build a portfolio of work samples and obtain a positive reference and recommendation from the supervisor based on their performance. A reimbursement will be provided for mileage/travel to and from work.

Job Qualifications: Candidates should be communications/public relations/marketing majors, detail-oriented, organized, self-motivated, and possess strong writing, interpersonal and communications skills. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word

The internship is for the Fall semester of 2008 and work hours will be coordinated with the student based on students schedule and availability.

MediciGlobal is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Contact: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and two work samples for consideration to lfazzina@mediciglobal.com Work samples are not required but preferred.

40.) Web Developer/Designer Internship, MediciGlobal, King of Prussia, PA

Marketing clinical trials to patients and healthcare providers has evolved over the past twenty years since MediciGlobal, the global leader in marketing clinical trials directly to patients, launched the first patient recruitment program for an oncology trial in 1991. The company’s award-winning global marketing activities are accelerating clinical trials and bringing new drugs to market faster, saving pharmaceutical and biotech company’s time and money, which are very important benefits in today's tough economy. The company continues to lead the industry in developing innovative methods to expedite patient involvement in clinical trials. Recognized for over 17 years of high quality performance with outstanding results, MediciGlobal is a world leader serving the global Life Sciences industry and a preferred provider to many biotech and pharmaceutical companies around the globe. With the corporate office in the biotech corridor of suburban Philadelphia in the U.S., and a European office in the U.K, MediciGlobal utilizes its proprietary technologies to deliver recruitment and retention programs globally, yet with local reach.

Job Summary: The Web Developer/Designer Intern will assist the branding team with web programming, design, and content updates for the company’s web initiatives. Candidate will be responsible for maintaining and enhancing the existing website including adding new features, modifying site graphics and design, and updating content. Candidate must be able to juggle responsibilities well, work well under pressure, and enjoy a fun, fast paced environment.

Skillset and Responsibilities:

- Knowledge of website content management systems.

- Proficient in XHTML, CSS, PHP, and JavaScript.

- Knowledge in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

- Ability to work independently, quickly and under pressure.

- Ability to balance multiple responsibilities.

- Excellent verbal communication skills.

- Multi-task oriented with strong organizational skills.

- Creative thinker.

- Self-starter with a “can do” attitude.

- Work within a marketing/PR team setting, interacting with all disciplines within the organization to obtain real-world experience and views of the collaborative nature of a pharmaceutical environment.

Please note that this is a non-paid internship, however, a reimbursement will be provided for mileage/travel to and from work. The position will provide the intern an opportunity to gain valuable real-world experience of the communications and marketing fields in the pharmaceutical industry, and the opportunity to build a portfolio of work samples and obtain a positive reference/recommendation from the supervisor based on their performance.

Job Qualifications: Candidates can be majoring in new/interactive media, web development, or a related computer science major.

The internship is for the Fall semester of 2008 and work hours will be coordinated with the student based on student's schedule and availability.

MediciGlobal is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Contact: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and the best reason why you think you’re fit for the job to lfazzina@mediciglobal.com

41.) Public Relations Account Supervisor, S. H. Jacobs & Associates, Philadelphia, PA

S. H. Jacobs & Associates is searching for an experienced Public Relations Account Supervisor with solid consumer media relations experience for their national public relations client. You must have at least 4 to 6 years PR agency experience and a strong portfolio. Excellent communications skills are required.

Salary $60 to $90K.

Contact: Send us your resume to shjresume@aol.comand we will set up a meeting to review your portfolio.

*** From Sonja Johnson:

42.) Intern; República; Miami, FL

http://careers.ises.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=553&jb=4820359

43.) Director, Marketing Communications, Intelsat, Washington, DC

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=27146441

44.) Director of Communication, NYC Leadership Academy, Long Island City, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=228900028

45.) Communications Support, Africa Center for Strategic Studies (ACSS)

Center for Stabilization and Development Division, Creative Associates International, Inc., Ft. McNair, Washington, DC.

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

46.) Mgr. Marketing Communications, Bureau of National Affairs, Arlington, VA

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=27117741

47.) Assistant Director of Government Relations, New Jersey Audubon Society, Bernardsville, New Jersey

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=228900022

*** From Heather Murphy:

48.) Media Specialist, U.S. Census Bureau, Denver Regional Census Center, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Denver, Colorado and/or Phoenix, Arizona, and/or Las Vegas, NV

http://www.census.gov/roden/www/2010_Jobs/MediaSpec-Denver-Phoenix-LV-2nd%20Round-Ext-9Oct08.pdf

49.) Partnership Specialist (Hispanic Culture), U.S. Census Bureau, Denver Regional Census Center, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Yuma, Arizona; Pueblo, Colorado; Albuquerque or Santa Fe, New Mexico; Salt lake City, Utah

http://www.census.gov/roden/www/2010_Jobs/PartnershipSpec-HispanicCulture-2ndround-Ext-9Oct08.pdf

50.) Partnership Specialist (African American Culture), U.S. Census Bureau, Denver Regional Census Center, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Maricopa County AZ/Clark County, NV

http://www.census.gov/roden/www/2010_Jobs/PartnershipSpec-BlackCulture-Ext-amend-20Oct08.pdf

51.) Partnership Specialist (General Government), U.S. Census Bureau, Denver Regional Census Center, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Maricopa County, AZ/Denver, CO/Clark County, NV

http://www.census.gov/roden/www/2010_Jobs/PartnershipSpec-GenGovt-Ext-Amend-20Oct08.pdf

52.) Partnership Specialist (Tribal), U.S. Census Bureau, Denver Regional Census Center, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Navajo Nation Within 50-mile commute of Window Rock, AZ / Montana: Cascade, Missoula, Yellowstone Counties / North Dakota Burleigh, Cass, Grand Forks Counties / South Dakota Hughes, Minnehaha, Pennington Counties / Flagstaff, AZ Within 50-mile commute of Flagstaff / Tucson, AZ : Within 50-mile commute of Tucson

http://www.census.gov/roden/www/2010_Jobs/PartnershipSpec-Tribal-Ext-amend-20Oct08.pdf

53.) Web & Multimedia Officer, Médecins Sans Frontières, Brussels, Belgium

Closing Date – 15 Oct 2008

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

54.) Associate Director, Public Relations, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, New York City, NY

http://www.linkedin.com/jobs?viewJob=&jobId=603164&fromSearch=92&sik=1222692920290

*** From Pat Fitzgerald:

Hi Ned. Here's a job to share with the JOTW network. Thanks for all you do–Pat Fitzgerald

55.) Proofreader/Editor, Taylor Technologies, Sparks, Maryland

You are: An avid reader whose enjoyment of newspapers, magazines, and pulp fiction is marred by every typo, grammatical error, and inelegant phrase encountered. A blue-pencil artist whose favorite book is The Chicago Manual of Style. Someone who best knows E.B. White as Will Strunk’s successor. A wordsmith who cringes at the “improvements” suggested by MS Word. Only a recent convert to text messaging because you love whole words! complete sentences! paragraphs! As organized as the Dewey Decimal System. Relentless in the face of tight deadlines. Creative. Able to give, and take, constructive criticism.

We are: A manufacturer in northern Baltimore County, Maryland, in need of a proofreader/editor for drafts of technical and promotional materials created by members of our Sales and Marketing departments. These include brochures, product fliers, newsletter articles, PowerPoint presentations, website content, business proposals, and general correspondence. Many projects involve writing for non-chemists about chemistry topics. You can read more about us at www.taylortechnolgies.com.

We offer: A competitive starting salary, commensurate with experience; a generous benefits package; a collegial atmosphere; opportunity for advancement based on merit; and recognition that it takes rare talent to produce smart, persuasive copy.

Your next move: Hit us with your best stuff in an introductory letter. (No phone calls, please.) Be sure to include answers to logical questions like “What is your related experience?” and “What salary range are you looking for?” All applicants will receive a response. Thanks for your interest in our opening.

marketing@taylortechnologies.com

OR

Taylor Technologies, Inc.

Attn.: Patricia Fitzgerald

31 Loveton Circle

Sparks, Maryland 21152

56.) Stagiaire Communication, Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development, Paris, France

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7JZEF8

57.) Senior Communications Officer, Southern Outreach, The Global Fund, Geneva, Switzerland

Closing Date – 14 Oct 2008

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

58.) Senior Manager, Marketing Communications (HR), Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Arkansas

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=4821126

59.) Manager of Corporate Communications, Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative, Gonzales, Texas

http://careers.cooperative.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=227&jb=4793357

60.) Sr. Director – National Media Relations, UnitedHealth Group, Minneapolis, Minnesota

http://www.diversity-jobs.com/details/job/184787

*** From Andy Lin:

61.) Strategic Communications Consultant (01066846), Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Virginia

Key Role:

Work on engagements at a variety of government agencies as a consultant in the civil, homeland security, law enforcement, or defense markets and identify and help to grow opportunities within that agency. Help to implement a business plan that will expand Booz Allen’s presence in this market. Procure access to all of the functional resources of various Booz Allen teams, including consultants with backgrounds in strategic planning, business process reengineering, performance management, training, and human capital. Work with domain experts to bring the right resources to bear in meeting the needs of clients in this sector.

Basic Qualifications:

-4+ years of experience with strategic communications

-Experience with working in the civil, homeland security, law enforcement, or defense markets providing management consulting services

-Experience with strategic communications, including change management communications, communications planning and implementation, media relations, writing, crisis communications, group process facilitation, and stakeholder relationship management

-Ability to obtain a security clearance

Additional Qualifications:

-BA or BS degree in Communications, Public Affairs, Public Relations, Marketing, or a related field preferred; MA or MS degree a plus

Clearance:

Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

Integrating the full range of consulting capabilities, Booz Allen is the one firm that helps clients solve their toughest problems, working by their side to help them achieve their missions. Booz Allen is committed to delivering results that endure.

We are proud of our diverse environment, EOE, M/F/D/V.

Please visit www.boozallen.com to submit your profile and resume.

62.) Strategic Communications Consultant (01066861), Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Virginia

Key Role:

Work on engagements at a variety of government agencies as a consultant in the civil, homeland security, law enforcement, or defense markets and identify and help to grow opportunities within that agency. Develop and implement innovative social media solutions based on industry best practices and client guidance and regulations to facilitate both internal and external communications. Support the planning, organization, and implementation of tasks and projects. Apply social media expertise to well-developed consulting, assignment management, and functional skills in the execution of the work.

Basic Qualifications:

-3+ years of experience with developing and implementing strategic communications plans

-3+ years of experience with social media tools including blogs, wikis, social networking sites, social bookmarking, RSS feeds, and virtual worlds

-Experience with internal and external communications, public outreach, and communications planning

-Knowledge of how social media applications can be used to strategically build virtual communities and supplement traditional media strategies

Additional Qualifications:

-Ability to acquire a security clearance preferred

-BA or BS degree in Communications, Public Affairs, Public Relations, Marketing, or a related field preferred; MA or MS degree a plus

Integrating the full range of consulting capabilities, Booz Allen is the one firm that helps clients solve their toughest problems, working by their side to help them achieve their missions. Booz Allen is committed to delivering results that endure.

We are proud of our diverse environment, EOE, M/F/D/V.

Please visit www.boozallen.com to submit your profile and resume.

63.) Strategic Communications Consultant (01066729), Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, Virginia

Key Role:

Provide change communications, outreach, communication planning, and program management support to a government client undergoing a major transformation. Develop and execute change communication strategies and plans with a focus on stakeholder education. Manage communication product development, including newsletters, fact sheets, Web sites, and brochures for information campaigns and events for stakeholders. Plan and execute special events, meetings, and workshops. Develop briefings, presentations, and other communication tools to support internal program audiences and senior staff. Provide program management support using Excel spreadsheets to track multiple variables and data points during the transformation life-cycle.

Basic Qualifications:

-4+ years of experience with strategic communications

-Experience with designing and conducting appropriate strategic organizational change communication efforts

-Experience with designing and delivering communication strategies for government clients

-Experience with internal and external communication, public outreach, and communication planning

-TS/SCI clearance

Additional Qualifications:

-BA or BS degree in a related field

Clearance:

Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; TS/SCI clearance is required.

Integrating the full range of consulting capabilities, Booz Allen is the one firm that helps clients solve their toughest problems, working by their side to help them achieve their missions. Booz Allen is committed to delivering results that endure.

We are proud of our diverse environment, EOE, M/F/D/V.

Please visit www.boozallen.com to submit your profile and resume.

64.) Director of Marketing and Communications, Mines Advisory Group, Manchester, United Kingdom

Closing Date – 20 Oct 2008

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7K2MD8

65.) Director, Public Relations, AAA National, Washington, D.C.

http://www.washingtonnetworkgroup.com/index.php?tg=addon/1/form&idx=3&id_app=3&id_step=8&id_form=3&form_row=1487&popup=0&parent_id_form=1&parent_id_step=6&form_menu=&trt_step=1&form_value=Director%252C%2BPublic%2BRelations

*** From Alex Berger:

If you want a couple of international options…

Here’s one in Switzerland:

66.) Intranet Webmaster – Alstom Power (www.alstom.com), Switzerland

The role of the Intranet Webmaster is to propose, develop and manage an Intranet Strategy and planning for Alstom Power Systems Sector in close cooperation with all the key stakeholders (Management and content contributors, IT department, graphic designers, programmers, etc.).

The person is responsible to organise, animate, train and provide support to a network of contributors. In close cooperation with the Internal Communication Director, the Intranet Webmaster propose and implement actions to boost site traffic and animate the Intranet Homepage.

The person is also in charge to implement measurement dashboards and surveys to evaluate regularly Intranet efficiency.

The position reports to the Internal Communication Director.

Requirements

University degree in Communications or similar – Two to four years of solid experience in web mastering ideally in a similarly large company – Fluency in English, written and spoken – Excellent communication and interpersonal skills – Strong knowledge of content management tools and website technology – Strategic thinking, creative, very organised and rigorous

Company profile:

Alstom is a global leader in power generation and rail infrastructure, setting the benchmark for innovative and environmentally conscious technologies. The Group is the only multi specialist constructor in the railway sector covering everything from rolling stock and maintenance to signalling and infrastructures. Alstom provides turnkey integrated power plant solutions and associated services for a wide variety of energy sources, including gas, coal, hydro, nuclear and wind. The group employs 63,000 employees in 70 countries and had orders of €19 billion in 2006/07.

Application to be sent to: bruno.tourne@power.alstom.com

http://www.internalcommsjobs.co.uk/viewjob.asp?numJobID=2957

And here’s one in Australia:

67.) Communications Manager, financial services organization, Sydney, Australia

Job Brief This financial services organisation prides itself on providing a range of innovative products and services and has one of the most prominent brands in Australian financial services market. An opportunity is available for a Communications Manager to join their team.

As part of a team of communication experts, you will assist in the development and implementation of communications strategies to support the banks business initiatives with key internal communications strategy. Using a variety of communication tools, you will monitor the effectiveness of the communication channels, and become a trusted adviser. Developing key relationships with senior stakeholders within the business, you will understand the importance of delivering timely and relevant communications, with the purpose of enhancing brand and reputation.

This role will require someone with a strong track record in internal communications ideally within a corporate environment. You will have excellent written and verbal communications skills with an ability to build and manage relationships with a large and diverse range of stakeholders. Above all you will have a can do attitude and enjoy working in a multi-stakeholder environment.

Ref: EC2509A

Rate A$ 95,000 to A$ 100,000 (full-time)

Via Perceptor – an Australian Recruitment Consultancy http://www.internalcommsjobs.co.uk/viewjob.asp?numJobID=2925

*** From Wendy Sept:

Hi there,

I'm hiring a senior manager to join Marketing PR at eBay. This person would play a lead role on the team with duties that could run the gamut — from working with Oprah producers on charity auctions to releasing what's hot on eBay this holiday. I'm hoping to find someone who's a big-brand consumer PR veteran with retail PR experience. Can you help? The job description follows.

Regards,

Wendy

68.) Senior Manager, Public Relations, eBay, San Jose, CA

Primary Job Responsibilities

eBay Inc. is seeking an experienced communications professional for the role of Senior Manager, Public Relations. This person will support the company’s communications as it pertains to its consumer and trade public relations initiatives. He/she will work with other business units and departments such as marketing and corporate communications in building comprehensive, executable, and measurable PR programs that support the company’s business objectives. This person is involved in all stages of communications initiatives — from concept formulation and message development and senior strategic counsel to execution, results-oriented evaluation, and internal merchandising. Manages public relations agencies and acts as a spokesperson to the media when necessary. Responds to media inquiries, provides interviews and coaches internal clients and executives as appropriate. Also, assists with leading and motivating internal PR team while providing coaching and guidance on public relations skills. Handles special projects and additional responsibilities as assigned.

Job Requirements

BS/BA degree

8+ years related experience

2 years supervisory experience

Occasional travel

Education

Bachelors Degree Required

Requisition No. 30189BR

Contact Wendy Sept (wendysept@yahoo.com)

69.) Public Relations Specialist, Liquidation.com, Washington, DC

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=75361078

70.) Assistant or Associate Professor of Communication, Gordon College, Wenham, Massachusetts

http://careers.cccu.org/jobdetail.cfm?job=2996167&keywords=communications

*** From Brynn Barnett:

Hi Ned -

Would you please include these in your next JOTW list? Much appreciated!

Best,

Brynn

Brynn Barnett

Director of Communications

Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform

The Brookings Institution

1775 Massachusetts Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20036

71.) Communications Specialist, Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform, The Brookings Institutionm Washington, DC

http://www.brookings.edu/about/employment/es14208.aspx

72.) Communications Coordinator, Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform, The Brookings Institutionm Washington, DC

http://www.brookings.edu/about/employment/es14308.aspx

*** From Michael Rautio:

Sir,

The Army.mil Team is expanding in scope and size and we have several new positions which we will be looking to fill within the next 30 days. I have been a long-time fan of your newsletter and I wanted to share these positions with your readers.

If you have any questions at all please do not hesitate to let me know.

Thanks,

Michael Rautio

Army.mil Content Manager/Editor

michaeljrautio@gmail.com

73.) Web Metrics Analyst/Marketing Strategist, Army.mil, MPRI, Arlington, VA

Requirements: BS/BA degree. Minimum two to four years experience in web metrics or marketing analyst roles; direct experience with an enterprise level web analytics application such as Visual Sciences, Omniture SiteCatalyst/Discover, CoreMetrics, etc.; experience in online publishing, digital media, e-commerce, online financial services or online retail services is highly desirable. Desired candidate must have excellent written and oral communication skills with an ability to distill important information and present it in the context of business goals. The candidate should be a problem-solver with the ability to effectively and efficiently set priorities and handle multiple assignments in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. While the position is primarily focused on analysis, the candidate should have a strong understanding of the technical considerations encountered in web analytics including log analysis, page tagging methodology, cookie handling, and other related issues. The candidate must also have a strong familiarity with Microsoft Excel, general data modeling concepts and SQL. Knowledge of advanced statistical applications is also desirable.

Description: MPRI is seeking a Web Metrics Analyst & Marketing Strategist for the Army.mil web team located in Arlington, VA, currently located on the client site at the Soldiers Media Center. The Web Metrics Analyst & Marketing Strategist (WMA) will provide the client up-to-date statistical information about both the broad Army.mil site as well as recently released microsites and as-needed for specific pages and strategic documents. The WMA will also provide statistical data about the Army Media Player and will collaborate with the Social Networking Content Manager to provide statistics on social media outreach efforts. The WMA will be on call to deliver metrics and delivery strategy to the client whenever needed. The WMA will be using state-of-the-art, web-based metrics gathering tools to provide reports, and will use their strategic marketing expertise to compile them into reports that will be useful and relevant to the client

Projects and normal duties will include, but will not be limited to: creating work plans, schedules, project estimates, resource plans and status updates. The WMA will be an important part of the integration effort with a 3rd party statistics vendor, will manage relationships with them and ensure all deliverables are met for the client. The WMA's hours will amount to 40 a week, but will be on a flexible schedule.

You will be joining the growing team of Army.mil which is the Department of Defenses and the world's most heavily trafficked military Web site with an estimated viewership of 4 million unique users a month. We are looking for a professional candidate who wants to grow their career and contribute to the meaningful mission of Army Public Affairs. You will work in a fast paced environment with team members with equal enthusiasm and passion for making a mark on the industry.

Contact: Michael Rautio, Army.mil Content Manager/Editor

michaeljrautio@gmail.com

74.) Job Post Position: Social Networking Content Manager, Army.mil, MPRI, Arlington, VA

Requirements: BS/BA degree. Minimum two to four years experience in online social media distribution and participation. Desired candidate must have excellent written and oral communication skills with an ability to distill important information and present it in the context of business goals. The candidate should be a problem-solver with the ability to effectively and efficiently set priorities and handle multiple assignments in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. While the position is primarily focused on content management and distribution, communication and collaboration skills are imperative. The candidate will be involved in many outreach campaigns that may require use of HTML, CSS, and other basic web skills. The candidate should be flexible, adaptive, and enthusiastic, with a positive attitude.

Description: MPRI is seeking a Social Networking Content Manager (SNCM) to strategically and effectively lead the charge for Army.mil into the social networking environment. The strategic mission of the SNCM will be to engage with peers in the blogosphere and on social networking sites and build and maintain relationships with other DOD and civilian presences alike. The SNCM will be responsible for growing Army.mil and the Army at large's presence on the web, and building credibility through non-partisan posting, collaboration, and feedback. There is a great deal of potential to grow in this position, as social networking is a dynamic part of media, and is therefore constantly changing.

This position requires a vast and in depth knowledge of social media sites, production management, web page design, HTML / XHTML, CSS, web graphics and standards. The position also requires a diligant work attitude and good organization, but especially strong communication and people skills.

You will be joining the growing team of Army.mil which is the Department of Defenses and the world's most heavily trafficked military Web site with an estimated viewership of 4 million unique users a month. We are looking for a professional candidate who wants to grow their career and contribute to the meaningful mission of Army Public Affairs. You will work in a fast paced environment with team members with equal enthusiasm and passion for making a mark on the industry.

Contact: Michael Rautio, Army.mil Content Manager/Editor

michaeljrautio@gmail.com

*** From Athena Navarro:

75.) Sr. Business Process Consultant, food and beverage company, Houston, TX

Fortune Company in the food and beverage industry. This is an internal consultant to join their corporate strategy team to design business processes on strategic initiatives designated to drive growth and operational excellence. Ideally, the candidate has 5-10 years of experience including improvement/transformation initiatives, Metrics modeling and development, Continuous Improvement methodologies, business process modeling.

Contact: Athena Navarro

VP, Managing Partner

The Elitist Group, Inc.

3571 Far West Blvd. #131

Austin, TX 78731

www.elitistgroup.com

www.linkedin.com/in/navarroathena

76.) Director, Public Relations, Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Companies, Louisville, KY

http://www.louisvilleworks.com/JobSearchDetails.aspx?JobID=73722

77.) Communications Specialist, Assistant Editor Quest Q&A Magazine, IMG College and IMG Associations, Lexington, Kentucky

http://www.mycareernetwork.com/clientResumeMgr/jobDetails.asp?jid=74127&cid=154

*** From Debra Bethard-Caplick, MS, MBA, APRL

Hi Ned,

I've been on vacation, and it's been an exceptionally busy week for jobs available through my academic contacts – they've been piling up.

Go (White) Sox!

Debra

Debra Bethard-Caplick, MS, MBA, APR

Strategic Communications

78.) Assistant Professor of Marketing Communications, Lasell College, Newton, MA

Lasell College in Newton, MA seeks an Assistant Professor of Marketing Communication for a Fall 2009 appointment. More senior rank will be considered based on experience and other credentials.

Responsibilities: Teaching responsibilities could include undergraduate courses in areas such as Marketing Communication and Marketing Management. Graduate courses could include: Advertising, Integrated Marketing Communication Planning and Marketing Strategy.

Qualifications: A Ph.D. in Communication or Marketing is preferred; an ABD, an MBA or an MS degree in Marketing, Integrated Marketing Communication or Communication with significant professional experience in Marketing Communication will also be considered. Prior college teaching experience preferred. The successful candidate must be able to work cooperatively and productively with faculty, staff and students, show evidence of excellent teaching and student advocacy, professional development and productivity and a commitment to department and college service. The successful candidate will have the ability to shape the on-going development of this program in response to new potential markets and an expanding program curriculum.

Minority applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

Screening of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Candidates should send a cover letter, a philosophy of teaching, resume and names of three (3) references to:

Employment

Lasell College

employment@lasell.com or fax to: 617-243-2105

79.) Associate Director, Communications (7741), Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

Reports to: Managing Director, Office of the President

Working with a wide range of clients, conceive, assign, write and/or edit, and manage a broad scope of print and electronic communications projects. The position also is responsible for the coordination and management of a wide range of public events sponsored by the Office of Marketing and Communications.

This Associate Director also serves as the managing producer for the @ BC electronic bulletin and Web site and the Front Row Web site, which offers streaming videos of nearly 140 new programs per year.

Qualifications: The successful candidate will be an excellent project manager with strong writing and editing skills who can think independently; and who can work well in a team and corporate environment with a diverse set of clients.

Requirements

Bachelor's degree in communications or marketing, master's preferred. Minimum of ten years experience in electronic and print communications, along with several years of experience in special event management. Demonstrated ability managing multiple responsibilities in a high-volume, deadline-driven environment essential.

Professional experience in higher education is highly desirable, as is an appreciation for the Jesuit Catholic heritage of the University.

Contact Information

Online Application Form: http://www.bc.edu/bcjobs

Boston College

140 Commonwealth Avenue

More Hall 315

Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

80.) Development Director, Annual Giving, University of Miami – University Advancement, Coral Gables, FL

The University of Miami, one of America's top private universities, is committed to educating and nurturing students, creating knowledge, and providing service to our community and beyond. We are leaders in the area of education, scholarship, intercollegiate athletics and service. Come join our team!

Job Description:

The Development Director, Annual Giving will aggressively facilitate the strategic funding priorities of the University by soliciting and closing gifts of primarily $1000 to $50,000, maximizing constituent relationships across the country in assigned geographic regions. He/she will maintain an average of 15 donor/prospect visits per month, primarily with new and existing alumni donors. He/she will be a part of the Annual Fund office and work with all areas of University Advancement including schools, colleges, and programs to develop strategies for engaging prospects and donors. This position will also be responsible for augmenting the University's young alumni protégé program. The Director will also qualify and refer prospects and donors for major gifts based upon capacity and affinity for University priorities, as appropriate.

Requirements:

The ideal candidate will possess highly evolved leadership, communication, analytic and technical skills along with considerable experience in advancement fundraising. Preference with private college advancement experience is highly desirable. Requirements include a baccalaureate degree and at least 3 years of proven success in fundraising, preferably in higher education. The position requires extensive travel and attendance at evening and weekend events. Position #032911. Salary: Competitive. The University of Miami offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical and dental benefits, tuition remission, vacation, paid holidays and much more.

Salary: 44,631.15 to 85,895.00 USD Per Year

Contact: Rhonda VanderWyden

University Advancement

University of Miami

305-284-5602

Online application form: http://www.miami.edu/jobs

81.) Associate Dean, Communication Arts, Humanities, & Fine Arts, College of Lake County, Grayslake, IL

Application deadline: 11/07/2008

Description of Position:

The Associate Dean is an administrative position that reports to the Dean of the division. The position provides support to the Dean in providing divisional-wide responsibility for promoting academic, administrative and fiscal leadership in accordance with the College's Strategic Learning Plan, and assists the Dean in the various functions and tasks necessary to provide effective daily administration of division policies and programs.

Qualifications Required:

- Master's Degree in a Communication Arts, Humanities, Fine Arts

discipline and or Bachelor's degree in one of the disciplines/programs

offered by the division and Master's Degree in Education or

Administration.

- A minimum of seven (7) years related work experience.

- Experience in a higher education setting.

- Demonstrated commitment to student success.

- Experience working with diverse populations.

- Experience in creating and working with spreadsheets and/or databases

and other standard technology applications.

Conditions of Employment:

This is a full-time, twelve (12) month administrative position with a liberal fringe benefits package. The minimum starting salary for this position is $61,296. Salary is commensurate with education and experience.

Benefits:

Benefits include, but are not limited to:

- Paid employee medical, dental, and vision insurance.

- Paid base life insurance.

- Paid vacation, health, personal, and special emergency leave.

- Tuition waiver for employee and eligible dependents.

- Tuition reimbursement for employee to a maximum of $5,000 per year.

The College:

The College of Lake County is a progressive two-year community college located in a growing metropolitan area in northeastern Illinois, midway between Chicago and Milwaukee, with a student enrollment of 16,000. Dedicated to excellence in teaching and learning, the College provides access to higher education, supports outreach to the community, and ensures accountability and continuous improvement. The College is committed to responding to the needs of its diverse community. The College offers both day and evening courses at the Grayslake Campus, the Lakeshore Campus, the Southlake Campus, and other locations within the county. Various formats, including online courses, are also offered. Faculty are critical to the active governance structure at the College and opportunities to engage in activities outside the classroom are important to the professional development of individuals and the institution.

Application Procedures and Deadline:

For full consideration, applicants are expected to submit a completed application form, current resume, cover letter, three (3) letters of recommendation, and official transcripts of all degrees by November 7, 2008. This position will remain open until filled.

For a printed application form, contact the Human Resources office via any of the following: College of Lake County; Human Resources Office; 19351 W. Washington St.; Grayslake, IL 60030-1198 (mail); (847) 543-2065 (voice); (847) 223-0134 (TTY); (847) 223-0824 (fax) and personnel@clcillinois.edu (email).

Application Information

Human Resources

Human Resources

College of Lake County

19351 W. Washington St.

Grayslake, IL 60030-1198

P: 847-543-2065

F: 847-223-0824

TDD: 847-223-0134

personnel@clcillinois.edu

Online App. Form: http://www.clcillinois.edu/hr/job.asp

82.) Director of Development – Intercollegiate Athletics, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN

Application due: 11/07/2008

Salary: Salary will be based on education and experience, within MSUAASF salary range D

Responsibilities:

This newly-created, full-time position will be responsible for leadership and management of the Development efforts for Intercollegiate Athletics. The director will report to the Associate Vice President for Development and serve as a key member of the college's leadership team. S/he will identify fundraising priorities, manage initiatives and visits that lead to gift commitments, develop supporting materials, organize special events to cultivate donors, enlist, supervise and direct the work of volunteers for cultivation and solicitation of major gifts, provide recognition and stewardship to major donors, and participate as a member of the university-wide Development team in prospect coordination activities. Discreet judgment and confidentiality are expected at this level of responsibility.

Qualifications and experience:

Required:

* Bachelor's degree required

* Minimum of three years of professional fundraising experience is required; higher education fundraising experience is preferred.

Preferred:

We seek candidates with the demonstrated ability to build relationships and ask for major gifts, the ability to speak and write persuasively, to manage and implement special events, to work effectively in a team environment, and to participate both as a member of the university's Development staff and as an integral part of the college's leadership team. Candidates should possess creativity, innovation, self- motivation and a high degree of latitude in problem solving when working in a complex organization. We seek candidates who have demonstrated the ability to work with persons from culturally diverse backgrounds.

Application information and deadline:

Applicants should send a letter of application, resume, transcripts (copies will be acceptable for initial screening), and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three professional references. Screening of the completed applications will begin on November 7, 2008 and continue until the position is filled.

With an outstanding coaching staff and superb facilities that will soon include the expansion of the National Hockey Center, the SCSU Huskies play NCAA Division I men's and women's hockey in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. Our other teams are consistently ranked among the best NCAA Division II programs in the region and the nation, and compete at the NCAA Division II level in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. Husky athletes excel not only on the field of competition, but in the classroom and into their careers following graduation.

SCSU is committed to excellence and actively supports cultural diversity. To promote this endeavor, we invite individuals who contribute to such diversity to apply, including minorities, women, GLBT, persons with disabilities. SCSU is a member of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System.

Application Information

P: 320-308-3177

F: 320-308-5281

TDD: 800-627-3529 or 612-297-5353

Search Committee Chair, Director of Development-Athletics

University Foundation

St. Cloud State University

720 Fourth Avenue South

St. Cloud, MN 56301-4498

83.) Alumni News Editor, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA

Job Summary: The Alumni News Editor for the Office of Communications at Bucknell University will be responsible for editing and managing three elements of the University's alumni-communications program: class notes for the quarterly alumni publication Bucknell Magazine; two monthly e-newsletters for alumni and parents; and news content for Bucknell's alumni online community. The Alumni News Editor will report directly to the editor of Bucknell Magazine with additional reporting responsibilities to the director of media relations.

Minimum Requirements:

1. A four-year degree, preferably in English or journalism or a portfolio of writing samples that shows command of the language.

2. Exceptional grammar, writing, and editing skills; attention to detail; knowledge of AP and Chicago styles.

3. Affinity for and ability to work with different kinds of electronic and print media.

4. Experience with or ability to learn quickly how to use software for managing news vehicles.

5. Ability to work with a variety of alumni along with on-campus staff.

6. The tact and professionalism to manage more than 80 volunteer class reporters.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience of working in an academic or nonprofit work environment.

Familiarity with Macintosh computers.

Knowledge of Banner database.

Special Instructions to Applicants: Please submit a writing sample of something that is entirely your own work and five pages or less as Other Documents 1 and 2.

Candidates invited to campus should be prepared to take a brief writing test.

Application Information

Bucknell University

P: 570-577-1631

Online application form: http://jobs.bucknell.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51393

*** Mark Sofman catches the Alternative Selection:

They might have understated how much one needs to be able to lift since the white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) is the largest freshwater fish in North America, can weigh more than 1500 lbs., grow to 15 feet and live more than 100 years. Makes Father Time sound like a piker…oooooh, terrible pun.

Mark Sofman

http://www.linkedin.com/in/msofman

84.) Seafood Processor, Sterling Caviar LLC, Sacramento, CA

Sterling Caviar LLC is one of the largest producers of White Sturgeon meat and caviar. We are looking for a hard working individual who works well within a team.

Other skills we are looking for:

-Excellent communication and reasoning skills. -Able to learn quickly and work at a high rate of speed. -Ability to lift up to 75 lbs

If this sounds like a good fit, send us a resume (required as a word attachment) out lining your past employment history, education and skills. You may also send us a cover letter telling us what attributes you think you can bring to this job that makes you a good fit

See: http://www.careersinfood.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/jobsearchdetails/JobID/214778/Seafood_Processor_job.htm

85.) Part-Time Faculty, Motorcycle Safety RiderCoach, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky

http://www.louisvilleworks.com/JobSearchDetails.aspx?JobID=74178

*** Weekly Piracy Report:

23.09.2008: 1751 LT: Tema port: Ghana.

Robbers boarded a container ship at anchor. Robbers took hostage one crewmember and stole ship’s stores. Robbers fled when master alerted the authorities.

20.09.2008: 0100 LT: Posn: 6.6 nm Off Lagos breakwater, Nigeria.

Two robbers armed with knives boarded a tanker at anchor conducting STS operations. Duty A/B noticed the robbers on the poop deck. He shouted at them and informed the D/O. Robbers caught the A/B, threatened him with a knife and took his personal belongings. Alarm raised, ship's whistle sounded and crew mustered. On hearing the alarm, the robbers escaped. A/B received minor injuries.

26.09.2008: 0920 UTC: Posn: 13:32N – 048:26E, Gulf of Aden.

Armed pirates fired upon a chemical tanker underway. The tanker sent mayday messages via VHF channel. The pirates boarded and hijacked the tanker. Further details awaited.

25.09.2008: 1600 LT: Posn: 02:01N – 050:4E, East coast Somalia.

Armed pirates boarded and hijacked a RO-RO cargo ship underway. Further details awaited.

24.09.2008: 0325 LT: Posn: 06:02.45S – 106:54.61E, Tg. Priok, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Three pirates armed with knives boarded a container ship at anchor via the stern. Alert watchman notified to duty officer who raised ship’s alarm and whistle. Pirates immediately jumped overboard and escaped. The incident was reported to Tg. Priok port control but no response.

23.09.2008: 0050 LT: Dar es Salaam anchorage, Tanzania.

Approximately six robbers boarded a container ship. Alarm raised, and crew mustered. On seeing crew alertness robbers jumped into a waiting boat and escaped.

19.09.2008: 1349 LT: Posn: 13:13.6N – 049:31.4E: Gulf of Aden.

Twelve pirates, in three speedboats, armed with automatic guns and rocket propelled grenade launchers chased a container ship. Vessel increased speed, evasive manoeuvres taken and fire hoses directed at the speedboat. Pirates approached vessel on stbd bow and tried to board. Later, they aborted the attempt and moved away.

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