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JOTW 45-2008

10 November 2008

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Lake Huron rolls, superior sings

In the rooms of her ice-water mansion.

Old Michigan steams like a young mans dreams;

The islands and bays are for sportsmen.

And farther below Lake Ontario

Takes in what Lake Erie can send her,

And the iron boats go as the mariners all know

With the gales of November remembered.

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Issue number 759

“If I had asked my customers what they wanted, they would have asked for

a faster horse.”

-Henry Ford

“I am one who believes that one of the greatest dangers of advertising

is not that of misleading people, but that of boring them to death.”

- Leo Burnett

This issue of your JOTW newsletter comes to you from Milwaukee,

Wisconsin.

Today we observe Veterans Day in the United States. We should all pause

and thank the men and women who serve so that we may all be safe, secure

and free. Our freedom is a privilege that does not come without price,

but not everyone knows the cost.

I had the privilege of serving with a group of concerned Americans who

spent this past Sunday interviewing young men and women who have applied

for service academy nominations with Sen. Herb Kohl of Wisconsin at his

Milwaukee offices. These are the veterans of tomorrow, but they are

some of the brightest young men and women we have today.

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In this issue (Remember, to see the job descriptions and how to follow

up, scroll down):

*** One Paragraph Pitch

*** Rock and Roll Trivia

1.) Communications Director, Green For All, Oakland, CA

2.) Director, Communications and Creative Services, Rare, Arlington, VA

3.) Director Foundation & Corporate Relations, NAACP, Maryland & New

York

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

5.) Manager of Media Relations, National Rehabilitation Hospital,

Washington, DC

6.) Associate Director, Direct Response, The University of Chicago,

Chicago, IL

7.) Writer/Editor (GS-13), Counterintelligence Division, FBI

Headquarters, Washington DC

8.) Country Director, Internews Network, Abeche, Chad

9.) Strategic Communications Strategist, LMI Pentagon, Washington, DC

10.) Sub-editor/Senior Content Producer, News24, 24.com, Green Point,

Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

11.) Conservation Outreach Coordinator, National Wildlife Federation,

Washington, DC

12.) Project Manager/Editor, Great Lakes Reconciliation Radio – Radio

La Benevolencija / Humanitarian Tools Foundation, North and South Kivu,

Democratic Republic of Congo

13.) Marketing and Development Coordinator, Accokeek Foundation,

Accokeek, Maryland

14.) Web Content Specialist, Eye Street Software Corporation,

Washington, DC

15.) Behavior Change Communication Specialist, Abt Associates Inc.,

Bethesda, Maryland

16.) Director of Foundation & Corporate Relations, NAACP, Baltimore,

Maryland

17.) Writer, The Simons Group, Chicago, IL

18.) TV Producer, News/Public affairs, WISCONSIN PUBLIC TELEVISION,

MADISON, WI

19.) Manager of Internet Strategy and Operations, Association of

American Railroads (AAR), Washington, DC

20.) Director of Development and Communications, Utah Wildlife and

Conservation Foundation, Salt Lake City, Utah

21.) Account Director Sales and Employee Communications, Marsh &

McLennan Companies, Norwood, MA

22.) Foundation Grants And Corporate Relations Officer, The Astraea

Lesbian Foundation for Justice, New York, NY

23.) Vice President of Government & Community Relations, NYCEDC, NY, NY

24.) Director of Development and Communications, Young People's

Project, Boston, Massachusetts

25.) Manager, Employee Communications & Public Relations, Nuclear

Operations Group, The Babcock & Wilcox Companies, Lynchburg, VA

26.) Communications Specialist, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los

Alamos, New Mexico

27.) Marketing and Communications Intern, The Restorative Justice

Centre (RJC), Tshwane, Gauteng, South Africa

28.) Marketing Communications Specialist, America First Insurance,

Richardson, TX

29.) Managing Editor (L-4 Level), United Nations Office for the

Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs – Integrated Regional Information

Networks, Dakar, Senegal

30.) Sub-Editor (L-3 Level),2 Positions, United Nations Office for the

Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs – Integrated Regional Information

Networks (Nairobi/Irin), Nairobi, Kenya

31.) Communications Director, Air Canada Pilots Assocation,

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

32.) Manager, Staten Island Compost Project, Snug Harbor Cultural

Center and Botanical Garden, Staten Island, New York

33.) Communications Executive, Victoria Buller Ski Lifts, Mt Buller,

Victoria, Australia 34.) Employee Communications Manager, Molson Coors

Brewing Company, Denver, CO

35.) Director, Product Development, BBC Worldwide America, New York, NY

36.) Communications Manager, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

37.) Manager, Communications and Public Relations, Leonard, Street and

Deinard, Minneapolis, Minnesota

38.) Production Assistant, Wine Selectors, Newcastle, NSW, Australia

39.) Sr. Director, Global Product Communications – CNS/IM, Johnson &

Johnson Pharmaceutical Services, Titusville, NJ

40.) Communication & Constituency Officer, The World Conservation

Union, Beijing, China

41.) Public Relations Account Executive, LarsonO'Brien Marketing Group,

Philadelphia, PA

42.) Entertainment/New Media Editor, BermanBraun, Santa Monica, CA

43.) Marketing & Proposal Coordinator, Ledcor Industries Inc.,

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

44.) Information and Communications Manager, Penal Reform

International, London, UK

45.) Vice President, Corporate Practice, Ketchum Public Relations, New

York City, New York

46.) Vice President, Interactive Strategy Group, Ketchum Public

Relations, New York City, New York

47.) Account Executive, Issues & Crisis Management, Ketchum Public

Relations, New York City, New York

48.) Communications Officer, South East Queensland Healthy Waterways

Partnership, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

49.) Medical Communications Manager, Cephalon, Frazer, PA

50.) Communications Associate, Lemelson Foundation, Portland, Oregon

51.) AVP Corporate Communications, The AmeriHealth Mercy Family of

Companies, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

52.) Editor, New Zealand Qualifications Authority, Wellington, New

Zealand

53.) Associate Media Director, 22squared, Atlanta, Georgia

54.) Public Relations Coordinator – Fashion, Kohls – Corporate

Headquarters, Menomonee Falls, WI

55.) PUBLIC RELATIONS – COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, CTB/McGraw-Hill, The

McGraw-Hill Companies, Monterey, CA

56.) Communications Associate, The Self Reliance Foundation, Washington

DC

57.) Associate Producer / Assignment Editor, Capital News 9, Time

Warner, Albany, NY

58.) Account Executive-Casual Dining, McCann Erickson, New York, New

York

59.) Director of Corporate Relations, Westchester Medical Center

Foundation and Maria Fareri Children's Hospital Foundation, Hawthorne,

New York

60.) Communications Manager, Sunrise Senior Living, McLean, VA

61.) Marketing Communication Specialist, Diagnostica Stago, Parsippany,

NJ

62.) Vodafone – Media Relations Senior Specialist, Vodafone Italia,

Rome Italy

63.) COORDINATOR, CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS, NBC Universal, NY, NY

64.) Intern-Corporate Communications, Puget Sound Energy, Bellevue, WA

65.) Corporate Communications Senior Associate, R/GA, New York, New

York

66.) Communications Coordinator, Manning Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, and

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

67.) Coffee Roaster/Roasting Apprenticeship, Tully's Coffee, Seattle,

WA

68.) Church Organist, Second Presbyterian Church, Lexington, KY

69.) Director Of Choral Activities, Washington And Lee University,

Lexington, VA

70.) Cruise Ship Show Band, Landau Music, Boston, MA

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.and more! Scroll down and see them all!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

One Paragraph Pitch:

I am a marketing professional with ten years of experience, a proven

track record of success, and a diverse background in brand development,

project and account management, partnership and event marketing,

advertising, and promotions. I have excellent analytical, organizational

and creative skills with expertise in strategy development and

execution, market research and analysis, and production of brochures,

advertising, and other marketing and sales collateral for trade and

consumer-direct lines of business. I have worked for large corporations,

such as NASCAR and The Walt Disney Company, and small start-up

businesses, so I can not only effectively motivate a department, lead

cross-functional teams and manage a multimillion-dollar budget, but I

also know how to take an idea or product from its initial infancy and

develop it into a sustainable and successful model that gains in market

share, revenue and profitability. Where I stand apart from everyone else

is in the intangible qualities that I possess: my commitment, passion,

dedication, motivation, integrity and enthusiasm in using all my

talents, abilities and leadership skills to provide essential growth to

a company with high ethical standards that values its employees as its

greatest asset. I am currently living in Denver, CO, but would consider

moving for the right position. I would love the opportunity to speak

with you if I could be a good fit for your organization. Please contact

me at CReinhart15@aol.com.

Thank you,

Christine Reinhart

*** Wounded Warrior Project:

Help the Greater Washington Chapter of the Surface Navy Association

raise $30,000 to buy a wheelchair conversion van for Operation Second

Chance, and help our wounded warriors get out of Bethesda and Walter

Reed and out to sporting events, entertainment, dining and medical

appointments. Your donation will make a difference for a day or a

lifetime.

You can start by checking in here:

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

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

*** Rock 'n roll trivia:

On Chicago's 1971 album, Chicago III, the group recorded a song called

“Flight 602.” What did Flight 602 refer to?

(Answer? The answer is posted now on the JOTW webpage. Visit

www.nedsjotw.com.)

*** Regarding last week's trivia question:

Ed Kavanaugh's guess:

Burt Bacharach?

*** From Marge Kumaki:

Hey Ned,

“I Write the Songs” was written by Bruce Johnston of the Beach Boys. He

has said it's about music–“I am music, and I write the songs”–but also

has said the song is in homage to Brian Wilson.

Keep up the good trivia!

Marge Kumaki

*** Advice:

Hello Ned: Where would I find entry level jobs in

marketing/communications?

Thanks!

Kamilah

*** IABC Accreditation Month runs through Nov. 15th:

Are you eligible and are you ready?

Here's a handy checklist to help you determine if you are ready to

become accredited (http://www.iabc.com/abc/).

Submit your accreditation application and fee any time during the

promotional event of 1

October-15 November and enter to win some cool prizes:

1. Regular Conference registration to IABC World Conference in San

Francisco, 7-10 June 2009. (Valued at US$895)

2. One-year IABC membership

3. IABC Knowledge Centre Resource

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Value: US$299)

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Accreditation Month is not just for new applicants, but for ABCs as

well. Show your support in the program by referring an applicant during

this promotional event.

In addition, all applicants and those who refer them will receive a

US$20 gift certificate to the IABC Knowledge Centre.

For more information on accreditation, visit: www.iabc.com/abc/ or

contact Olivia Nucum at: onucum@iabc.com.

*** From Larry Bearfield in Carlisle, Mass., proprietor of Ferns

Country Store, official country store of the JOTW Network (stop in and

mention JOTW and get a free cup of coffee):

THE VOTES ARE IN… WOW! What a night! In Carlisle the votes are all

tallied by volunteer vote counters – remember, here in our little town

we still do things the old fashioned way… paper ballots and counting

by hand… no unreliable chads or fancy-schmancy electronic gizmos here

- no siree! And things mostly went well, except that the 100 year old

ballot box apparently didn't * ding * a couple of times.. Once the

votes are all counted, they get posted on the Town Hall door and

everyone goes to bed (some happy, some not depending on which side

you're on)… There were 3,231 votes cast – out of 3,669 registered

voters.

Thank you to the dedicated folks who volunteered all day to check in

voters, inspect records, keep the lines moving, tally the votes – over

100 volunteers in all! It was a long, long day! But there was

overwhelming agreement that our Carlisle Election department did a

fabulous job – kudos all around!

Drum roll please..

Question #4 Wine & Beer in Carlisle:

Yes 2333

No 852

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FYI – PREVIOUS TWO VOTES:

2004 (Beer/Wine Only)

Yes 1767

No 1286

Blank 91

2006

Yes 1,725

No 816

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Congrats – after 150 years Carlisle is no longer a dry town! You've all

helped rewrite Carlisle's history! Thank you all for your support! As

for the oft-asked question of when we'll be selling wine and beer…

have patience. We'll get there soon – And we promise you that it won't

take another 150 years!! Stay tuned..

(Larry, does this mean that now when we stop in and mention JOTW we get

a free six-pack of Narragansett?)

Mmmmm…. or perhaps a bottle of Boone's Fahm or Ripple???

*** 2009 EXCEL Award: Call for Nominations

Is your CEO, managing director or president a top communicator?

If so, he/she should be nominated for the IABC EXCEL (Excellence in

Communication Leadership) Award, which recognizes contributions to

business communication by an organizational leader who is not a member

of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). The

EXCEL winner will accept the award and give a keynote address at the

IABC World Conference in San Francisco on 8 June 2009. Nominations must

be received by 9 January 2009.

In 2008, IABC honored J.W. “Bill” Marriott, Jr. with this prestigious

award at its International Conference. He is featured in the “Leadership

in Communication”

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case study series.

Visit the EXCEL Award

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web site for further information or to obtain a nomination form.

*** From KW:

Hi – I always get a little overwhelmed by the 40 page emails. Just

curious if you ever thought about sending 8 pages of content every

morning over a week?

(I used to have several “adds” to the weekly email, but found that the

housekeeping was too time consuming. To send out an issue and have to

prepare the next one, to delete the out-of-office replies, check all the

bounced email addresses, takes time. I found it worked better to put

the newsletter together during the week as the jobs are submitted, then

send just one on Monday. Remember, I have a real job, and this isn't

it.)

*** Here are the job listings for this week:

*** From Linda Norris:

Hi Ned,

Enjoying being “enlightened” again with Daylight Savings Time? I know

you're an early AM riser.

Here's one I found for the greenies out there:

1.) Communications Director, Green For All, Oakland, CA

We are seeking a savvy, creative, experienced, fast-paced Communications

Director (CD) who will develop, articulate, and oversee implementation

of a strategic communications campaign. The CD will direct Green for

All's communications, working with the Online Marketing Team, the

Development Team and the Program and Policy Team to educate and engage

the public, media, and key opinion leaders in accomplishing Green For

All's mission. We are looking for a self-motivated individual who has

strong skills in framing, messaging, marketing, media relations, content

management, writing, editing and graphic design, and who has experience

gaining local and national media attention for a campaign. The ideal

candidate will be an excellent communicator (both verbal and written)

with experience managing market development, forging meaningful

partnerships with a wide range of media, and developing marketing

campaigns. Tasks require a strong attention to detail and ability to

work under tight deadlines.

The Communications Director works as part of a talented and experienced

Communications and Marketing Team that includes an Internet Director and

a Senior Web Associate. This leadership position requires someone whose

passion for Green For All's vision is matched with creative leadership

and the ability to motivate others to ensure the success of the

department and the organization as a whole.

Primary Responsibilities

Strategy

. Develop, articulate, and oversee implementation of a strategic plan

for Communications, working with the Online Marketing Team, the

Development Team and the Program and Policy Team to educate and engage

the public, media, and key opinion leaders in accomplishing Green For

All's mission.

. Analyze and rework existing communications processes to create

capacity.

. Identify opportunities for PR growth and lead strategies to take

advantage of these opportunities.

. Contribute to the development of programs to support the

communications capacity of partner organizations, including training

spokespeople and developing materials (e.g. talking points) to support

their efforts.

Content Development

. Develop and articulate Green for All's branding and messaging.

. Provide written content and oversight in crafting press-releases,

brochures, promotions, newsletters, and outreach campaigns.

. Work with cross-departmental team to define editorial objectives;

establish procedures, workflow and guidelines to update and maintain all

online content.

. Supervise content contributors, writers, copy editors, as needed.

. Take a leadership role in the development of G4A's Annual Report.

Media Relations

. Forge meaningful partnerships with a wide range of local and national

media; build increasing coverage of G4A.

. Manage media relations (inflow and outreach) and ensure message

consistency in press, print and TV.

. Manage relationship with Green for All's publicist.

. Arrange special events that may facilitate media coverage of issues

relevant to the goals of the organization.

Marketing

. Develop compelling marketing strategy, media channels and marketing

collateral to engage activists, policy makers, practitioners, business,

labor leaders, community leaders, community groups and the general

public in Green For All's mission.

. Implement effective collaboration with public influencers.

. Work with the Internet Director to optimize online marketing channels.

Management and Cross-Functional Collaboration

. Develop and manage marketing budget, including collateral development,

outreach and promotion, staff and operations; ensure most effective use

of resources.

. Build and lead a talented, experienced staff.

. Work collaboratively with Development Team to create marketing and

communications strategies to support their goals.

. Work collaboratively with Program and Policy Team to develop,

implement, promote and manage effective communications and media

strategies for national and state initiatives.

Experience & Qualifications Requirements

. 5 years experience working on strategic communications, public

affairs, and advocacy efforts.

. Proven ability to direct strategic campaigns and conceive core

messages that drive marketing objectives in the not-for-profit or

private sector

. Experience in market analysis, strategy, and management of marketing

campaigns.

. Experience developing effective collateral and promotional materials.

. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.

. Strong organizational skills.

. Excellent research and problem solving skills.

. Proven ability in developing, maintaining, and building relationships

both internally and externally (e.g. vendors, media contacts), and

achieving results.

. Demonstrated success in an entrepreneurial setting, with the ability

to think strategically while executing tactically within a

resource-constrained environment.

. Substantive knowledge in Green Economy or related areas, along with

communications/ media experience at a non-profit public policy

organization is desirable. Campaign or Capitol Hill experience also a

plus.

Start Date: ASAP.

Compensation: Commensurate with experience, Excellent benefits package.

How to Apply: Email resume and cover letter with recent salaries to

jobs@greenforall.org. Include “CD – [Your Name]” in subject line.

Green For All

1611 Telegraph Avenue, Suite 600

Oakland, California 94612

510/663.6500

http://www.greenforall.org/about-us/jobs/communications-director-for-green-for-all

*** From Elizabeth Musar:

Hi there -

Please consider posting the opening announcement below to your

newsletter. The role and organization are perfectly suited for a

marketing/communications professional who is eager to use their skills

to contribute to the global conservation movement.

Thanks,

Elizabeth

2.) Director, Communications and Creative Services, Rare, Arlington, VA

Named to Fast Company magazine's list of “Top Social Capitalists” for

the last four years in a row, Rare is committed to bringing a spirit of

entrepreneurship and creativity to solving one of this century's great

challenges – inspiring people to support conservation. Rare is the

leader in social marketing for conservation – with a successful track

record in more than 40 countries to date. We train leaders from both

large and small environmental organizations around the world to run

grassroots campaigns that inspire their communities to reduce harmful

behaviors like destructive fishing, unsustainable agriculture, illegal

hunting, deforestation, habitat degradation, and or lack of policy or

protection for natural resources. Rare's local partners have used

social marketing to reach millions of people living in these

ecologically threatened corners of the globe. Alumni of our program

represent one of the largest and most effective networks of local

leaders on Earth.

Rare seeks an experienced communications and creative services

professional, who is looking for his or her “next big challenge” and who

will thrive in a fast-paced, global organization. The Director is

responsible for growing the Rare brand and bringing our stories to life

for a wide range of audiences and across multiple media, including

print, Web, video, and interactive tools.

Contact:

Elizabeth Musar

Manager, HR and Administration

Rare ~ Inspiring Conservation

1840 Wilson Blvd.

Suite 204

Arlington, VA 22201

p: 703-522-5070, ext. 112

f: 703-522-5027

www.rareconservation.org

3.) Director Foundation & Corporate Relations, NAACP, Maryland & New

York

http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=17345

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

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

*** From Joann Donnellan:

5.) Manager of Media Relations, National Rehabilitation Hospital,

Washington, DC

We're looking for a great communicator to secure broadcast and print

media coverage for the National Rehabilitation Hospital, ranked by

physicians in U.S. News & World Report for 14 consecutive years as one

of “America's Best Hospitals” for medical rehabilitation.

You will help promote

. some of the nation's most advanced

programs

. our state-of-the art technology

. cutting-edge research designed to

help adults and children with life-

altering injuries and illnesses

Be part of an award-wining team Adding life to years for our patients

with strokes, spinal cord or brain injuries, arthritis, amputations,

post-polio syndrome, chronic pain, cancer and cardiac diseases that

require medical rehabilitation, as well as other neurological and

orthopedic conditions.

Interested candidates should send resumes to:

NRH, Attn: HR 102 Irving Street, NW Washington, DC 20010 Fax:

202-726-7701 E-mail: Sabrina.carter@medstar.net

To apply online, visit our Web site: www.nrhrehab.org. EOE

*** From Angela Jacobs:

6.) Associate Director, Direct Response, The University of Chicago,

Chicago, IL

General Summary:

Associate Director will coordinate and manage fundraising strategies

leading to an annual increase in revenue and key participation metrics.

Develop and implement direct marketing solicitation and communication

strategies utilizing direct mail, e-mail, web and telemarketing

channels. Counsel annual giving officers of various University of

Chicago constituencies on the most effective use of direct marketing

strategies. Develop and maintain client relationships with various

constituencies of the University of Chicago to increase annual revenue,

key participation metrics, and overall engagement with the University.

Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree required; a minimum of three years of relevant work

experience (i.e., annual giving, non-profit management/fundraising,

public relations, direct marketing) required; a minimum of one year of

experience in supervising staff, planning and managing programs,

developing and monitoring budgets required.

Requisition 080945

For more information and to apply:

http://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=201511

To be considered, all job seekers must meet the requirements and apply

online.

The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity

Employer.

Angela Jacobs

Executive Recruiter

angela7@uchicago.edu

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

The University of Chicago

https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu

*** From Betsy Glick:

Ed,

Saw this job posted recently; thought some of your readers might be

interested.

7.) Writer/Editor (GS-13), Counterintelligence Division, FBI

Headquarters, Washington DC

Closes 11/13/2008

Announcement 05-2009-0012

Key Requirements:

* U.S. Citizenship Required

* Must be able to obtain a Top Secret-SCI clearance.

Major Duties:

Responsible for editing articles that explain and interpret varied

complex topics by Counterintelligence (CI) personnel. Edits

articles submitted by subject matter experts for accuracy;

adequacy of coverage; manner of presentation; grammatical precision;

and structure and style. Reviews written material submitted by CI

personnel and advises as to its suitability. Negotiates with

authors to suggest specific revisions or to request approval to edit

text to conform to the format. Provides specific direction and

guidelines to authors who contact with article proposals. Gathers

develops, and checks the accuracy of information by research and by

interviews with subject-matter specialists, program officials and in

some cases policymakers. Work assignments also involve; obtaining

analyzing and selecting pertinent information; determining the most

logical and effective sequence of narrative; determining the overall

length and tome based on the objectives, the medium, the audience;

writing the material; consulting on or selecting illustrative

material; and preparing the material for publications. Performs

related duties.

To apply, visit www.fbijobs.gov

8.) Country Director, Internews Network, Abeche, Chad

http://www.comminit.com/en/node/278644/ads

*** From Anne Johnson:

Please post on JOTW.

Anne Johnson

Director of Communications

LMI

9.) Strategic Communications Strategist, LMI Pentagon, Washington, DC

GENERAL SUMMARY:

LMI, a government consulting firm in McLean, VA, is seeking a strategic

communications professional to manage strategic communications for a

dynamic senior Army client at the Pentagon. Extremely strong

communications planning and execution skills required for high-intensity

office. Position includes internal and external communications with a

very wide-range of stakeholders, including Army senior leadership, the

Office of the Secretary of Defense, the other armed services and federal

agencies, industry, nonprofits, and media. Individual in this position

will gain significant internal and external exposure. Work location is

at the Pentagon.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Manage strategic communications for the senior Army leader who oversees

environment, safety and occupational health (ESOH) policy and program

management for the Army and also serves as the Department of Defense

Executive Agent in several areas. Primary objective of this work is to

provide strategic communication direction to ESOH programs in support of

sustainability.

Strategic communication support includes but is not limited to:

. Coordinating with various organizations across the Army to ensure a

coordinated strategic communication effort.

. Reaching out to external stakeholders to build support for Army

efforts.

. Facilitating, attending, summarizing, and presenting briefings on

results of meetings.

. Coordinating media interviews, working with Army and DoD public

affairs.

. Traveling to and attending high level meetings pertaining to

sustainability issues, such as climate change and energy security.

. Ensuring timeliness of agency's ESOH web page, to include current news

and events.

. Working to support sustainability in DoD and the other armed services.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

. Bachelors' degree, Masters degree preferred, in public affairs,

communications, or related field is required, plus 5-10 years or more

of relevant work experience in public affairs.

. Knowledge of military is required.

. Familiarity with energy, environment, and safety issues a plus.

. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the

ability to compose, write, edit, and proofread research papers and a

variety of internal and external general business correspondence.

. Excellent analytical skills including the ability to review complex

information from a variety of sources and develop concise conclusions.

. Applicants selected for this position will be subject to a government

security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access

to classified information. For this position, LMI will only consider

applicants with current security clearances or applicants who are

eligible for security clearances. Please note that only US Citizens are

eligible for a security clearance.

Qualified candidates should apply via the Careers page of the LMI

website, www.lmi.org.

LMI is an Equal Opportunity Employer

10.) Sub-editor/Senior Content Producer, News24, 24.com, Green Point,

Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

News24 a channel within 24.com based in Green Point Cape Town currently

has a vacancy for a Sub-editor/Senior Content Producer, on our Night

Team, reporting to The Editor: News24.

Job outputs

. Editing translated content from partners

. Writing, editing and publishing of content on assigned sections

. Selecting of content as or when required by News Editor

. Must be able to stand in for News Editors and oversee content

production across the site

. Takes responsibility for quality of content and general appearance of

these sections

Skills and Competencies

. Must have sound general news judgement

. Must have excellent sub-editing and writing skills

. Must be fully bilingual in English and Afrikaans

. Must be versatile and flexible and adaptable to change

. Must be able to perform under pressure

. Good understanding of the digital medium

. Well-organised individual

Qualifications and experience:

. A tertiary qualification

. At least five years of experience in the journalism industry

. Sub-editing experience will be an advantage

Interested applicants may forward their C.V. for the attention of

Aashiqa January as follows:

Email: aashiqa.january@sa.24.com

Closing date: 14 November 2008

Please note that internal applications are obliged to inform their

manager of their application. Given the Employment Equity Policy of

Media24, preference will be given to suitable candidates from the

designated groups.

Reference #CTAJ 295 /

Contact 24.com: Aashiqa.January@sa.24.com

http://www.bizcommunity.com/Job/196/15/84115.html

11.) Conservation Outreach Coordinator, National Wildlife Federation,

Washington, DC

http://foundationcenter.org:80/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=232700015

12.) Project Manager/Editor, Great Lakes Reconciliation Radio – Radio

La Benevolencija / Humanitarian Tools Foundation, North and South Kivu,

Democratic Republic of Congo

http://www.comminit.com/en/node/279403/ads

13.) Marketing and Development Coordinator, Accokeek Foundation,

Accokeek, Maryland

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=232800010

*** From Katherine Spivey:

Ned, could you please post this job? I'm posting this for a friend.

Thanks! Katherine Spivey

14.) Web Content Specialist, Eye Street Software Corporation,

Washington, DC

My company, Eye Street Software Corporation, is hiring a Web Content

Specialist. For more about positions at Eye Street, please visit

http://www.eyestreet.com/careers.html. Feel free to forward off-list.

We are seeking an exceptional individual to join our team supporting the

web efforts of a major Federal Agency in NW Washington, DC (near

American University). This is an exciting opportunity to contribute

directly to providing information to the public concerning issues of

national importance.

*U.S. Citizens ONLY please ? this position requires U.S. Citizenship!*

Job Description

The Web Content Specialist will expertly produce, edit, and publish Web

content in support of multiple customer websites and will be responsible

for web coding and design. S/He will perform effectively without

extensive supervision and will function well both individually and as

part of a team.

There will be direct client support on Web projects. Flexibility will be

required as the work environment is fast-paced with the potential for

multiple simultaneous projects and various interruptions. Success in

this position requires a confident and self-directed individual with

excellent judgment and the ability to prioritize tasks and manage

details in order to meet deadlines.

Position Requirements

- A bachelor's degree in a related discipline (or strong equivalent

experience)

- Solid HTML and CSS skills and experience with Web development

processes and technologies including Adobe/Macromedia tools

- Minimum 3 years experience in Web production and editing

- Proficient in user interface design, usability methodology,

information architecture, platform and browser capabilities, and web

design constraints

- Knowledge of current styles, practices, and procedures related to

effective web communications

- Excellent English writing and editing skills and a firm grasp of

proper grammar

- Strong problem solving skills and analytical capabilities

- Efficient work habits and outstanding organizational skills

- High proficiency with MS Office applications

Other Beneficial Skills and Experience

Applicants with skills in these areas will be given greater

consideration:

- Understanding of Section 508 Accessibility and W3C standards

- Experience using Web Content Management Systems

- Experience with JavaScript, Flash, AJAX

- Public Affairs or Public Relations experience

Please submit your summary qualifications and interests to receive more

detail.

To apply, please visit http://www.eyestreet.com/careers.html

15.) Behavior Change Communication Specialist, Abt Associates Inc.,

Bethesda, Maryland

http://www.comminit.com/en/node/278617/ads

16.) Director of Foundation & Corporate Relations, NAACP, Baltimore,

Maryland

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=232700013

*** From Sandy Lall:

17.) Writer, The Simons Group, Chicago, IL

Chicago-based marketing communications firm seeks organized and skilled

writer with strong business-writing background. Must have the

imagination to understand how we can help companies communicate more

effectively, the intelligence to be convincing, and the enthusiasm to

fit into our friendly, focused group of talented copywriters, graphic

designers, Web coders and support staff. You will manage a select group

of clients in diverse B2B industries, including law, accounting,

finance, management consulting, market research, chemical processing,

manufacturing and construction. You will research, interview, write and

edit newsletters, brochures, Web sites, white papers, case studies,

press releases, ads and annual reports in order to help our blue-chip

clients achieve their marketing goals. You will also be responsible for

upholding our high quality standards by editing other writers' copy and

providing input to our graphic designers. Most importantly, our

competitive advantage is based on the high caliber of our copywriting,

so you must be a world-class interviewer, writer and editor. Ideal

candidate will have at least five years' experience writing and editing

business-to-business communications and be able to handle multiple

projects at once. Financial, legal or technical writing experience a

plus. You will also be part of a major new strategic initiative we have

developed that delivers marketing collateral (print and electronic)to

clients in a new way, and we will welcome your input as we refine our

thinking and take our concept to the marketplace. Convenient downtown

Chicago location off Michigan and Wacker. Competitive benefits, salary

commensurate with experience. We understand and appreciate good writing;

and if you can create it, this is a great company and a great job. Send

resume, samples and cover letter to Lee Zoldan, [Click Here to Email

Your Resumé:

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/ApplyOnline/ApplyStart.aspx?el=true&Job_DID=J8F8H26NYDV50GRTKH6]

Requirements Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, Marketing, Communications,

Technical Writing, English or similar discipline

Minimum five years' experience writing corporate communications

materials or reporting on business and marketing topics

Adept at internet research, both as background and sometimes as the sole

source for your writing

Experienced telephone interviewing skills

Strong copywriting capabilities across multiple media

Intelligent editing of other writers' work

Ability to work independently and produce polished copy on deadline as

well as collaborate with other creative professionals to develop ideas

Understanding of the corporate communications process and your role in

helping clients achieve their goals

Detail-oriented, flawless knowledge of AP style

Ability to handle multiple projects at once without sacrificing quality

on any of them

Desire to be part of a company that continually improves itself, and to

make a contribution that will make us greater than we already are.

Thanks!

Sandy Lall

Office Manager

*** From Mark Sofman:

18.) TV Producer, News/Public affairs, WISCONSIN PUBLIC TELEVISION,

MADISON, WI

http://www.dwd.state.wi.us/jobnet/Scripts/Jobs-det.asp?OrderNumber=001019195

*** From Carla Garcia:

Please post the following in Monday's listing:

19.) Manager of Internet Strategy and Operations, Association of

American Railroads (AAR), Washington, DC

The Association of American Railroads (AAR) is seeking a full-time

Manager-Internet Strategy and Operations to oversee and manage its

online communications efforts. The Manager will be responsible for Web

site management and content development, as well as overseeing AAR's

collection of Internet properties. AAR is looking for a creative

individual who can expand the organization's online presence and promote

the railroad industry's legislative and public policy initiatives.

Experience: At least 5 years experience in online advocacy or related

field, with at least 2 years managing a large Web site's content

development.

The AAR is an industry trade assn. located in Washington, DC

representing primarily the major freight railroads of North America

along with Amtrak and some regional commuter railroads. AAR works to

improve the efficiency, safety and service of the railroad industry,

representing its members' interests to the public at large and to

Congress and government regulators in particular.

Please send resume with cover letter to jkittrell@aar.org.

20.) Director of Development and Communications, Utah Wildlife and

Conservation Foundation, Salt Lake City, Utah

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=233000010

21.) Account Director Sales and Employee Communications, Marsh &

McLennan Companies, Norwood, MA

http://mmc.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=NOR0012X

22.) Foundation Grants And Corporate Relations Officer, The Astraea

Lesbian Foundation for Justice, New York, NY

http://www.astraea.org/PHP/AboutUs/CorporateOfficer.php4

*** From Jason Lerner:

Hi Ned,

I would like to post the attached job, for a VP Gov't and Community

Relations, on the JOTW site. I think we've posted with you before -

please let me know if you need any additional information.

Thanks,

Jason

JASON LERNER l SENIOR RECRUITER

New York City Economic Development Corporation

23.) Vice President of Government & Community Relations, NYCEDC, NY, NY

Job Summary: The Vice President, Government and Community Relations will

manage a staff of five who are responsible for developing, coordinating,

and implementing, in tandem with the different units within NYCEDC, the

political and community-sensistive development strategies designed to

facilitate the successful completion of NYCEDC initiatives. The VP

serves as the corporation's primary relationship manager with respect to

federal, state, and local elected officials and government agencies;

community boards; community stakeholders; private stakeholders; the

Office of the Deputy Mayor for Economic Development; and Mayor's Offices

of Federal, State, and City Legislative Affairs. The VP is also

responsible for developing NYCEDC'S annual legislative agenda and

working with the corporation's senior management and key personnel in

the Mayor's Office to ensure that the corporation's legislative

priorities receive attention at the federal, state and local level.

Key Responsibilities:

. Collaborate with the various business units within NYCEDC to develop

and implement short-term and long-term strategies designed to facilitate

the achievement of NYCEDC's goals and priorities, including securing any

necessary public approvals for projects.

. Coordinate the goals and priorities of individual business units

within NYCEDC to ensure NYCEDC is consistent in its communications with

governmental and non-governmental entities alike.

. Manage and coach employees; ensure all employees are oriented to their

position and provided with appropriate training, development and

continuing education. Monitor performance and provide coaching &

feedback on an ongoing basis.

. Prepare concise accurate project briefs for budget meetings.

. Develop and implement strategies to address project-specific

challenges.

. Facilitate strong inter-agency communication.

. Ensure that NYCEDC projects and priorities reflect and complement the

priorities of the Office of the Mayor.

. Enhance NYCEDC's image and reputation through effective community

outreach.

. Collaborate with NYCEDC Public Affairs and NYCEDC Office of the

President to assist in the preparation of senior staff for community

events, City Council hearings, and other presentations as required.

Qualifications:

. Master's degree or equivalent

. 7+ years of experience working in a leadership capacity with elected

officials, government agencies and community based organizations on the

local or state level.

. Strong interest in public policy, urban affairs and economic

development issues.

. Extensive experience with New York City land use and public approval

processes is critical, as is experience with New York City and New York

State legislative and budget processes

. Experience managing and coaching staff

. Strategic and analytical thinker capable of seeing and understanding

broad and differing perspectives.

. Pro-active and collaborative mindset with proven experience in

building consensus among groups with diverse interests.

. Ability to anticipate problems and devise creative solutions.

. Organized and capable of prioritizing competing needs and interests.

. Comfort interacting with senior management, Administration officials,

and business leaders.

. Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills a must.

. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail

. New York City residency is required within 180 days of hire

About the Government & Community Relations Department:

The Government & Community Relations Department acts as a liaison

between NYCEDC and city, state and federal elected officials, government

offices and agencies, and community representatives and stakeholders to

facilitate the achievement of NYCEDC's mission. The Department is

responsible for developing and advancing NYCEDC's city, state, and

federal legislative priorities and works with the Mayor's various

legislative offices to ensure that the Administration's economic

development strategies are not negatively affected by legislation in

Washington, Albany or locally. The Department also ensures that proper

protocol is followed when communicating with elected officials,

community representatives, the Mayor's Office and government agencies.

About NYCEDC:

New York City Economic Development Corporation is the City's primary

vehicle for promoting economic growth in each of the five boroughs.

NYCEDC's mission is to stimulate job growth through expansion and

redevelopment programs that encourage investment, generate prosperity

and strengthen the City's competitive position. NYCEDC serves as an

advocate to the business community by building relationships with

companies that allow them to take advantage of New York City's many

opportunities. Additional information on NYCEDC can be found by visiting

http://www.nycedc.com/

The New York City Economic Development Corporation is an Equal

Opportunity Employer. NYCEDC offers excellent benefits, including

company-paid 401 (a) pension plan, 403(b) and 457 tax-advantaged

retirement savings plans, medical, dental and vision benefits, and

tuition reimbursement.

To Apply:

You can apply by going online to

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA4/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=NYCEDC&cws=1&rid=111

24.) Director of Development and Communications, Young People's

Project, Boston, Massachusetts

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=232300010

25.) Manager, Employee Communications & Public Relations, Nuclear

Operations Group, The Babcock & Wilcox Companies, Lynchburg, VA

https://mcdermottbwbwxt.tms.hrdepartment.com/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=670&lcid=en-US

26.) Communications Specialist, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los

Alamos, New Mexico

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=4904826

27.) Marketing and Communications Intern, The Restorative Justice

Centre (RJC), Tshwane, Gauteng, South Africa

http://www.bizcommunity.com/Job/196/18/84053.html

28.) Marketing Communications Specialist, America First Insurance,

Richardson, TX

http://jobs.insurancejobs.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=643&jb=4847175

29.) Managing Editor (L-4 Level), United Nations Office for the

Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs – Integrated Regional Information

Networks, Dakar, Senegal

Closing Date – 18 Nov 2008

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7L5D3L

30.) Sub-Editor (L-3 Level),2 Positions, United Nations Office for the

Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs – Integrated Regional Information

Networks (Nairobi/Irin), Nairobi, Kenya

Closing Date – 18 Nov 2008

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7L5CSW

31.) Communications Director, Air Canada Pilots Assocation,

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=4911434

32.) Manager, Staten Island Compost Project, Snug Harbor Cultural

Center and Botanical Garden, Staten Island, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=232700024

33.) Communications Executive, Victoria Buller Ski Lifts, Mt Buller,

Victoria, Australia

Buller Ski Lifts, Australia's premier snow resort, is seeking a creative

and energetic professional to take the position of Communications

Executive to implement the company's internal and external

communications strategy.

Duties include: Managing all media and PR for the company as well as

writing all collateral, press releases, web content and newsletters.

The successful candidate will also be required to compile and present

web, radio and television snow reports during winter.

Skills and experiences required:

1. Qualifications in Marketing or Public Relations.

2. Comprehensive industry experience.

3. Excellent written and interpersonal skills.

4. Established media contacts.

5. A passionate and strong understanding of the tourism and/ or snow

industry.

A job description is available upon request. A love of snowsports and

the environment is an advantage. This position is year round and based

at Mt Buller. Applications including cover letter and resume should be

emailed to katie.head@skibuller.com.au (phone 03-5777-7825) by the 15th

November, 2008.

34.) Employee Communications Manager, Molson Coors Brewing Company,

Denver, CO

http://www.coors.apply2jobs.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=1351

35.) Director, Product Development, BBC Worldwide America, New York, NY

http://thebiz.variety.com/job/show/127848-bbc-worldwide-america-director-product-development-new-york-ny

*** From Angela Jacobs:

36.) Communications Manager, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

General Summary:

The Communications Manager develops and supports internal strategic

communications plans, messages and positioning efforts for Finance and

Administration (F&A). F&A includes: the Comptroller's Office; Human

Resources; Facilities Services; Internal Audit, Risk Management &

Safety; Business Diversity; Real Estate Operations; and Commercial Real

Estate. This position provides leadership in the creation and execution

of unit communication strategies. The incumbent partners with the

University's Office of Communications regarding the execution of

internal communication initiatives. He/she participates in the

conceptualization, creation, writing and editing of communications and

ensures communications are consistent with University strategy.

Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree or higher in English, communications, journalism or

business required; master's degree in English, communications,

journalism or business preferred; five years of experience in

communications required; experience in project management and in work

flow analysis preferred; experience with Microsoft Office applications

including Outlook and Word required; proven leadership skills required;

demonstrated ability to think both at the detailed and big picture

levels; customer service orientation with excellent interpersonal,

listening and speaking skills required; strong analytical, problem

solving and critical thinking skills required; the ability to tactfully

critique work, knowledge of grammar and punctuation rules and effective

writing skills that are clear, concise, and logically organized

required.

Requisition 080966

For more information and to apply:

http://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=201555

To be considered, all job seekers must meet the requirements and apply

online.

The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity

Employer.

Angela Jacobs

Executive Recruiter

angela7@uchicago.edu

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

The University of Chicago

https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu

37.) Manager, Communications and Public Relations, Leonard, Street and

Deinard, Minneapolis, Minnesota

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=4923468

38.) Production Assistant, Wine Selectors, Newcastle, NSW, Australia

* Family Owned Business

* Creative and Publications

Have you got a passion for providing creative and publications services,

have great administrative skills and a strong team focus?

An exciting and challenging role has become vacant for a part time

Production Assistant to join our Creative and Publications Services

Division. This role would suit a personal assistant looking to get back

into the workforce. If you enjoy the office support and administration

side of working in publications this role is for you!

The successful candidate will demonstrate the following:

* Knowledge of and experience in the following areas:

- Print Production;

- Mail house operation;

- Problem solving;

* Excellent planning and organisational skills, with proven ability to

prioritise;

* Good written and verbal communication skills;

* High attention to detail;

* Knowledge of the wine industry – direct to consumer and retail

(desirable);

* Excellent PC Skills including Excel, Outlook and Word;

* JobBag or similar job trafficking software experience would be highly

regarded;

To apply for this role please forward your application, including

resume, to:

Hunter Valley Wine Society

Wine Centre Honeysuckle 1 Wright Ln

Newcastle, NSW, 2300

Phone: 02-4941-3060

Fax: 02-4941-3002

Applications by close of business Friday 14 November 2008.

39.) Sr. Director, Global Product Communications – CNS/IM, Johnson &

Johnson Pharmaceutical Services, Titusville, NJ

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=4882768

40.) Communication & Constituency Officer, The World Conservation

Union, Beijing, China

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7L5FSG

*** From Lauren Ban:

Hi Ned-

I'm wondering if you can include the opportunity below in the next

JOTW e-newsletter.

Thanks so much!

Lauren Ban

Lauren Ban

lauren@larsonobrien.com

Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/LaurenBan624

LarsonO'Brien Marketing Group

733 Washington Road

Pittsburgh, PA 15228

Fax: 412.571.1699

www.larsonobrien.com

41.) Public Relations Account Executive, LarsonO'Brien Marketing Group,

Philadelphia, PA

Pittsburgh, PA-based LarsonO'Brien Marketing Group seeks an

experienced PR Account Executive currently located in the Philadelphia

area to service clients in the eastern PA and MD region. Qualified

candidates must posess 5-7 years of PR experience. Candidates must be

willing and able to work out of their own residence and will be

provided the equipment and technology to do so. Candidates are

required to travel to client locations and to LarsonO'Brien

headquarters in Pittsburgh on a regular basis. All travel-related

expenses are reimbursed. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Experience in architectural and building products a plus. Excellent

benefits package including: health, dental, life and 401k. Please

forward resume and writing samples to garrett@larsonobrien.com.

42.) Entertainment/New Media Editor, BermanBraun, Santa Monica, CA

http://thebiz.variety.com/job/show/127812-bermanbraun-editor-santa-monica-ca

43.) Marketing & Proposal Coordinator, Ledcor Industries Inc.,

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Preference given to those applicants who have earned the Accredited

Business Communicator designation.

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=4917577

44.) Information and Communications Manager, Penal Reform

International, London, UK

Closing Date – 17 Nov 2008

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7L3GNQ

*** From Sonny Yuen:

Hello,

I would love to submit three jobs to be posted on nedsjotw.com for the

next edition. I've kept it really brief. Thanks in advance.

Cheers,

Sonny Yuen

Junior Recruiter

646-935-4232

45.) Vice President, Corporate Practice, Ketchum Public Relations, New

York City, New York

To apply for this position, please visit our website:

http://www.ketchum.com

46.) Vice President, Interactive Strategy Group, Ketchum Public

Relations, New York City, New York

To apply for this position, please visit our website:

http://www.ketchum.com

47.) Account Executive, Issues & Crisis Management, Ketchum Public

Relations, New York City, New York

To apply for this position, please visit our website:

http://www.ketchum.com

48.) Communications Officer, South East Queensland Healthy Waterways

Partnership, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

A Communications Officer is required to provide communications support

for the SEQ Healthy Waterways Partnership and project manage the website

and production of communications products.

Key Responsibilities:

* Assist with the implementation of the Communication, Education and

Motivation Action Plan (contained in the SEQ Healthy Waterways Strategy

2007-2012) and the Healthy Waterways Communications Plan.

* Maintain and update the Healthy Waterways website content and develop

regular email newsletters.

* Assist with the development (including writing and editing) of

communication products, such as Happenings magazine, fact sheets, the

Annual Report, media releases and general office communications.

* Project manage the production of communications products to ensure

these products are delivered on time and within budget and liaise with

designers, printers and website development agencies.

* Manage the Healthy Waterways photo and image libraries.

* Maintain a registry of Healthy Waterways communications products and

logo users.

* Assist with the coordination and delivery of events including the

Healthy Waterways Awards and Ecosystem Health Report Card Launch, and

attend community events when required.

* Liaise with stakeholders on communication issues and respond to

communications enquires.

* Provide general administrative support to the Senior Marketing and

Communications Officer.

Qualifications, Experience and Skills:

* A tertiary qualification in communications or marketing is preferred

and/or a minimum of three years practical experience in this field.

* Experience in developing, implementing and evaluating communications

plans and managing the production of communications products for a

variety of audiences.

* High level written and oral communications skills, including writing,

editing and experience with website content management systems.

* Excellent time management and project management skills and

demonstrated ability to work within deadlines.

* Demonstrated competence and/or training in Microsoft Office programs

ie Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, and Adobe.

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 19 November 2008.

Please note that SEQ Healthy Waterways Partnership is committed to fair

treatment and equality of opportunity for all current and prospective

employees. Selection is on a basis of merit.

Remuneration package: $50,000 to $55,000; Full-time contract position

For more information including the Selection Criteria and application

details please download the Position Description

http://www.healthywaterways.org/FileLibrary/business_manager_ad.doc

49.) Medical Communications Manager, Cephalon, Frazer, PA

Apply for this job: Your application choices are: * Apply for this

jobonline More information about this job: Overview: The Medical

Communications Manager (MCM) implements a cutting-edge publication

strategy and plan, and manages the delivery of all ensuing

medical/scientific publication activities, within the overall

communications plan. The MCM also provides expertise to a wide variety

of communication-related projects in the assigned therapeutic area and

skills group as appropriate; acts in a capacity where the

individual’s experience will add to the quality and outcome of

business decisions; and inputs to other external communications

activities, for example with external authors, agencies and consultants,

as appropriate. The MCM reports to the Associate Director or Director of

Medical Communications.

Responsibilities: Execute/implement a medical communications strategy

and plan in the assigned therapeutic area and manage relationships with

both internal and external groups. ? Possess an in-depth knowledge of

assigned therapeutic area, clinical trial data, the literature and

associated therapeutic conditions ? Provide input into the medical

publications strategy and plan or discrete sections of the strategy and

plan ? Provide input into key medical/scientific communications concepts

and terminology development ? Lead a cross-functional medical

publications core team ? Be accountable for the timely delivery of high

quality, message-focused medical publications to target audiences ?

Build and maintain excellent relationships with opinion leaders,

investigators, journal editors, and congress secretariats via high

quality medical communications activities ? Manage medical

communications agencies and contract freelancers ? Brief and provide

feedback to medical communications agencies/contract freelancers

following review of medical publications from external sources ?

Effectively integrate medical communications agencies/contract

freelancers as part of the extended team for medical communications

activities ? Acquire and maintain thorough understanding of industry and

publications standards with respect to quality, authorship and

appropriateness of medical/scientific communications. ? ensure that

medical/scientific communications activities are within compliance Core

Competencies ? Able to demonstrate a thorough in-depth understanding of

the scientific and medical rationale for assigned therapeutic area

– in-depth therapeutic competency; stays abreast of new

information and trends in the field ? Able to demonstrate an ability to

critically appraise medical/scientific literature ? Able to demonstrate

appreciation of marketing strategies and objectives and apply to

medical/scientific publications ? A proven track record of strong

writing skills to enable accurate and appropriate briefing – this

will include copy writing, reviewing and editing ? Able to clearly

communicate complex medical/scientific information in routine management

of internal and external groups ? Able to demonstrate strong

interpersonal skills for effective professional communications to

cultivate strong working relationships with internal and external groups

? Skillfully plans, prioritizes, and executes multiple tasks ? Must be

able to multitask, work according to guidance from manager, function

within multi-disciplinary teams, and focus on priorities ? An in-depth

knowledge of the publications requirements and process, both internal

and external and to maintain knowledge of changing trends within the

industry ? A proven track record of attention to detail, and appropriate

level follow-up ? Able to conduct oneself in a highly professional and

ethical manner ? A thorough understanding of clinical trial components,

such as protocols and clinical study reports ? Able to deal with

ambiguity and thrive in an ever-changing environment

Qualifications: ? Advanced scientific degree (MD, Ph.D., PharmD),

relevant industry or agency experience is preferred. A Bachelor’s

or Master’s degree is acceptable with extensive relevant

experience ? Experience within relevant therapeutic area is preferred ?

Able to critically analyze data, literature and medical communications ?

Able to acquire relevant information from a variety of sources eg

literature searches and be able to maintain accurate records of

literature sources ? An established track record of effective high

quality medical communications outputs eg manuscripts, poster

presentations, slide presentations ? Excellent writing, reviewing and

editing skills with a track record of attention to detail ? 3-5 years

prior experience working within the pharmaceutical industry or related

fields or jobs with a relevant medical/scientific focus.

Please refer to job code cephalon-1513 when responding to this ad.

http://jobcircle.com/classifieds/1794181.html?source=xml_sh_081108

50.) Communications Associate, Lemelson Foundation, Portland, Oregon

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=231400006

51.) AVP Corporate Communications, The AmeriHealth Mercy Family of

Companies, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=4899983

52.) Editor, New Zealand Qualifications Authority, Wellington, New

Zealand

We are a publishing unit within NZQA that produces the NCEA and

Scholarship examination papers. Our team is small, but our print runs

are huge and our work is crucial to the production of high-quality

examinations for secondary students. We are looking for an experienced

Editor to join us.

About the role:

* 1/3 editing, 1/3 desktop publishing, 1/3 project management.

* Interesting and varied subject matter (no boring business reports!).

* Work and play with the latest Apple technology.

* Be part of a supportive team, while maintaining autonomy over your own

portfolio.

About you:

* Your written communication skills will be excellent, your grammar

impeccable.

* You'll can effectively edit and re-write complex and varied subject

matter, considering sense, clarity and fitness for purpose.

* You'll have a flair for clean layout and design that aids usability.

* You'll have proven skills in desktop publishing software, preferably

in a Macintosh environment (or a strong aptitude with computers and a

willingness to learn).

* You'll be adept at juggling multiple priorities, remaining focused

under the pressure of immoveable deadlines.

* You'll have an appreciation of the peer review process and a desire to

work as part of a close-knit team, balanced with strong

self-motivational skills.

Editing roles as good as this are rare in Wellington – don't miss this

opportunity!

To download an Application Pack for this role, please go to

http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/about/jobs/index.html and follow the on-screen

instructions. Alternatively, call Kirstin White on 04-463-3096.

Applications close 5pm, 14th November 2008.

53.) Associate Media Director, 22squared, Atlanta, Georgia

http://www.talentzoo.com/index.php?action=view_job&jobID=88091

54.) Public Relations Coordinator – Fashion, Kohls – Corporate

Headquarters, Menomonee Falls, WI

http://www.sologig.com/freelancers/fl_projectdetails.aspx?id=1007220

55.) PUBLIC RELATIONS – COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, CTB/McGraw-Hill, The

McGraw-Hill Companies, Monterey, CA

http://www.jobster.com/outreach/careers/The-McGrawHill-Companies/jobDetails?hbxcmp=&hbxsrc=&i=BbE5RIvQTg%3D%3D&i=BbE5RIvQTg%3D%3D&opportunity=95500098

56.) Communications Associate, The Self Reliance Foundation, Washington

DC

The Self Reliance Foundation/ACCESO Hispano, a non-profit with a strong

education and social marketing mission for the underserved, primarily US

Hispanic population, is seeking a Full-time Communications Associate to

assist us in building the visibility of our organization. The individual

selected for this position is responsible for leading the development,

implementation and management of a targeted branding and communications

strategy that will contribute to an overall effort to build the

recognition, visibility and growth of the organization. Working closely

with Director of Programs and Policy, this position to develop and

implement communications and channel strategies, including direct mail,

mobile, and e-mail and expand the infrastructure and distribution system

of the only national science newswire (ConCiencia) in the nation. We're

looking for the expert that will lead a team effort of quality

communications and branding for the unique and outstanding work that we

do.

As we work towards the goal of becoming the most reliable and effective

national source for communications, linkage, and outreach to the Latino

community, our goal is to create an infrastructure that uniquely engages

the community as well as its influencers in a long-term dialogue of

support and communication. This is a tremendous opportunity for a highly

motivated, experienced, and enthusiastic professional.

Required Qualifications:

* Native Spanish/Fluent English

* Demonstrated branding, strategic communications, messaging and ability

to deliver strategic plans.

* Business driven with strong understanding of online

marketing/communications.

* Outstanding writing, editing and marketing skills

* Ability to network and build relationships with key media contacts

* Outstanding interpersonal, communication and organizational skills-

* Interest/knowledge of the nonprofit field and needs of the Latino

community

* Demonstrated passion for social justice, human rights and health

issues

* 3-5 years of relevant work experience

* Minimum BA in Strategic Communications, Marketing, Journalism, or

related fields

Preferred Qualifications:

* Ability to manage budgets

* Proven ability to lead and work with cross-functional teams

* Working knowledge of statistics as they relate to direct marketing

Location: The position is located in our office in Washington, DC. Metro

accessible on the red, blue, and orange lines.

How to Apply: Send cover letter and resume to Maite Arce:

maite.arce@srfdc.org with a copy to Barbara.Bennett@srfdc.org

57.) Associate Producer / Assignment Editor, Capital News 9, Time

Warner, Albany, NY

http://blackent.careercast.com/texis/jobsearch/details.html?id=490170db7d6460

58.) Account Executive-Casual Dining, McCann Erickson, New York, New

York

http://www.talentzoo.com/index.php?action=view_job&jobID=89333

59.) Director of Corporate Relations, Westchester Medical Center

Foundation and Maria Fareri Children's Hospital Foundation, Hawthorne,

New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=231200026

*** From Sara Krueger:

60.) Communications Manager, Sunrise Senior Living, McLean, VA

With two decades of successful service, Sunrise Senior Living (NYSE:SRZ)

is known industry-wide as a premier provider of senior care in the US.

We are also one of the fastest-growing companies in the country and have

been chosen as one of the top 50 “Great Places to Work” by the

Washingtonian.

We are currently seeking a Communications Manager at our International

Headquarters inlocated in McLean, VA.

The main focus of the position will be to assist with the development

and implementation of a variety of communication programs focused on

team members, customers, the media and general public.

Primary Responsibilities include:

. Developing communications strategies and tactics related to

high-priority projects

. Managing issue and crisis communications with operations leaders

. Drafting external and internal announcements, talking points,

presentations, speeches and press releases

. Working with the media including pitching stories, managing inquiries

and building relationships

Requirements include:

. A minimum of 3-5 years of experience in public

relations/communication field

. Excellent oral and written communication skills

. Ability to manage multiple projects with a positive attitude and

willingness to do what it takes to complete projects

. Ability to respond to crisis and media-related situations quickly,

efficiently and effectively

. Familiarity with AP-style writing guidelines and have a firm grasp on

strategies and tactics related to both mass and interpersonal

communications

. A solid understanding of media relations and crisis communications

In addition to working in a rewarding and enriching corporate

environment, this position offers competitive compensation and excellent

benefits. Team Members at our corporate office receive a free gym

membership, complimentary parking, as well as access to an on-site

daycare center, deli and convenience store.

Job Requisition Number: 86779

Send resumes to media@sunriseseniorliving.com

61.) Marketing Communication Specialist, Diagnostica Stago, Parsippany,

NJ

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=77315014

62.) Vodafone – Media Relations Senior Specialist, Vodafone Italia,

Rome Italy

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=76345961

63.) COORDINATOR, CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS, NBC Universal, NY, NY

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/job-JGFJ4D2UVQ0?source=SRP

64.) Intern-Corporate Communications, Puget Sound Energy, Bellevue, WA

https://tbe.taleo.net/NA6/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=PSE&cws=1&rid=697

65.) Corporate Communications Senior Associate, R/GA, New York, New

York

http://www.coroflot.com/public/job_details.asp?job_id=21423

66.) Communications Coordinator, Manning Centre, Ottawa, Ontario, and

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=4923839

*** Here's one of our JOTW Alternative Selections, from Carl Dombek:

67.) Coffee Roaster/Roasting Apprenticeship, Tully's Coffee, Seattle,

WA

http://www.tullys.com/careers/corporate.aspx#a_29

*** These alternative selections come from Mark Sofman, and are worth

considering if the communication field dries up:

It appears they are not hiring at First Presbyterian….

68.) Church Organist, Second Presbyterian Church, Lexington, KY

Purpose

The Organist enhances worship services by selecting, rehearsing and

playing appropriate music and by accompanying others during rehearsals

and services.

Responsibilities and Relationships

1. Selects and rehearses music appropriate to worship services.

Chooses music in keeping with the Christian liturgical seasons and/or

appropriate to the theme of the service. Works with the Director of

Music and Head of Staff in matters pertaining to music selections,

tempos and timing. Provides secretarial staff with titles and composers

of selected music.

1. Plays music (preludes, postludes, offertories, service music,

hymns) for all regularly scheduled services. Also plays for special

services other than Sunday such as Maundy Thursday, Easter Sunday and

Christmas Eve.

1. Serves as rehearsal accompanist (approximately four to six hours

per week, depending upon the liturgical year) as scheduled by the

Director of Music for Celtic and Sanctuary Choirs, Carillon Handbell

Choir, Childrens Choir, and vocal or instrumental soloists during

worship.

1. Works with Director of Music and others to plan yearly music

calendar that include special services, cantatas, special musicians,

etc.

1. Attends staff meetings as necessary or as requested by Director of

Music.

1. Notifies the Director of Music and Finance Manager of all problems

with the organ and co-ordinates with the Finance Manager and Trustees to

arrange for organ maintenance.

1. Serves as organist for funerals and weddings at his/her own

discretion, with right of first refusal. Works with wedding parties to

arrange appropriate music through scheduled planning sessions.

(Additional compensation will be offered for these events in amounts

approved by Session.)

1. Notifies the Director of Music in advance of any planned absences

and assists in arranging for a substitute organist.

1. Performs other responsibilities as agreed to with the Director of

Music and Head of Staff.

Position Requirements

1. 1. Has a minimum of five years experience as an Organist in

service playing.

2. Has certification or affiliation with the Presbyterian Association of

Musicians or the American Guild of Organists.

3. Is a college degree musician, advanced degrees preferred.

1. Performs basic skills in playing hymns and congregational service

music, voluntaries, improvising, and in choir accompanying.

1. Demonstrates knowledge of the theology and practice of various

styles of music suitable to Presbyterian worship.

1. Demonstrates an understanding of basic organ terminology and

function (registration, balance, tempo, articulation, chests, and

cipher), to the extent that the Organist is capable of communicating

necessary repairs or tunings to the Music Director and Finance Manager.

Accountability

The Director of Music is the immediate supervisor.

The Session coordinates an annual performance review.

Compensation

The position of Organist is part time at a rate determined by the

Session, and reviewed annually. Any available benefits are outlined in

the Personnel Policy and Procedures manual. Other compensated duties are

established with the Session through its Worship and Music Committee.

See:

http://jobs.retirementjobs.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?jobId=14071192

matter of fact, the HR director at W&L was a college classmate of

mine…

69.) Director Of Choral Activities, Washington And Lee University,

Lexington, VA

Job Description:

The Music Department of Washington and Lee University seeks to fill a

full-time, non-tenure track position with benefits beginning in the fall

of 2009.

We are seeking a Director of Choral Activities at the rank of Assistant

Professor of Music.

Responsibilities include conducting the 70-member University Chorus, the

University Chamber Singers, teaching applied voice and developing and

teaching a topics course in an area of specialization.

A doctorate is required as well as a distinguished record of choral

conducting, demonstrated excellence in teaching applied voice and proven

success in classroom teaching.

The application deadline is November 10, 2008.

Please send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, list of

references, transcripts of academic work, together with three current

letters of recommendation to:

Dr. Gordon Spice

Chair, Search Committee

Music Department

Washington and Lee University

Lexington, VA 24450

See:

http://finearts.academickeys.com/seeker_job_display.php?dothis=display&job[IDX]=17231

70.) Cruise Ship Show Band, Landau Music, Boston, MA

http://talent6.com/castingcalls.php?view=271069&xml=39

The location on this one is hard to beat. Do you need insect repellant

in Hawaii?

Flower Designer/Shop Keeper/ Flower Harvester, Kalaheo Flowers, Kalaheo,

HI

http://tinyurl.com/5nxgcb

*** Weekly Piracy Report:

02.11.2008: 0420 LT: Posn: 06 26.57N – 003 23.096E: Berth No. 8, Apapa

port, Lagos, Nigeria.

Seven robbers boarded a general cargo ship at berth. Robbers broke the

forecastle store padlocks but escaped in a waiting speedboat as soon as

the alert duty crew noticed them. Local agent and company CSO were

informed.

25.10.2008: 0430 LT: Douala port: Cameroon.

Robbers boarded a diving support vessel berthed alongside several times.

Alert shore security apprehended them. Nothing stolen.

29.10.2008: 1052 UTC: Posn:13:00.15N – 046:40.73E: Gulf of Aden.

Pirates armed with automatic weapons in two speedboats opened fire on a

bulk carrier underway. The pirates boarded and hijacked the vessel and

took the 20 crew as hostage. They then sailed the vessel to an

undisclosed location in Somalia. The vessel was carrying a cargo of iron

ore pellets from Pointe Noire, Canada to Rizhao, China when it was

hijacked.

28.10.2008: 0800 LT: Posn: 13:26N – 048:27E, Gulf of Aden.

Pirates in three high-speed crafts approached a tanker underway. Master

took evasive manoeuvres, transmitted mayday messages, sounded foghorn

and crew mustered. Pirates fired upon the tanker and attempted to board.

Master maintained evasive manoeuvres and mayday messages. Pirates

aborted the attempt after 10 minutes. Crew and vessel safe.

28.10.2008: 1500 LT: Posn: 12:54N – 046:40E, Gulf of Aden.

Twelve pirates in three fast attack boats were noticed departing from a

white coloured fishing vessel (pirate mother vessel). Master took

evasive manoeuvres, activated SSAS, sent mayday messages and crew

mustered in a safe compartment. For five minutes, the pirates

aggressively fired towards the accommodation of the tanker and attempted

to board. A coalition warship responded to the mayday messages and sent

an aircraft to the scene. Master maintained the evasive manoeuvres. The

pirates briefly stopped the attack to re-grouped and then attacked

again. The aircraft made a very low pass over the pirates and then

dropped some ordinance on them. The attempted attack was aborted and the

situation became safe. After 20 minutes, a French helicopter arrived to

check the situation and master informed them about the pirate mother

vessel's location. Crew and vessel safe.

28.10.2008: 1350 UTC: Posn: 13:17.08N – 048: 35.43E, Gulf of Aden.

Five pirates in a small fast speedboat approached a general cargo ship

underway. Master raised alarm, took evasive manoeuvres and crew

activated fire hoses. Pirates fired at the ship with automatic weapons

and the crew took shelter. They tried to board the ship using a ladder

but the pirate boat's skipper fell overboard and they aborted the

boarding and rescued him. Master activated SSAS and contacted the

coalition warships. During a second approach to the vessel, the pirate

boat's engine failed. A coalition warship responded and advised the

master to steer a course towards them. The warship escorted the ship and

later the ship resumed voyage. Crew and vessel safe.

23.10.2008: 1737 UTC: Posn: 03:47S – 042:46E: 180nm of Mombasa, Kenya.

Pirates in two speedboats chased and fired on a container ship underway.

Master took evasive manoeuvres and increased speed. Later, the

speedboats aborted. Vessel sustained bullet-hole damages.

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