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JOTW 13-2009 Add 1

March 32, 2009

“Oh-Tay”

– Buckwheat

Welcome to the free Job of the Week e-mail networking newsletter for

professional communicators. JOTW is a cooperative service that relies

on the contributions of its members, like you. We share job

opportunities, news and information about the job market, as well as

swapping stories about life's peculiarities.

First of all, it doesn't cost you a cent. Not because you should be paying for this service. It’s just that you won’t. And don’t. How does it work? If you find out about a job opportunity in communications, you sit on it unless you don’t really want it, then you’ll at least share it with some shmuck who would

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

In this thrilling issue:

*** One Paragraph Pitch

1.) Public Affairs Supervisory Specialist, National Bar Tab Stimulus Commission, Washington, DC

2.) Human Resources Communication Specialist, National Liposuction Byproduct Recovery Institute, West Hollywood, CA

3.) EDITOR, URINAL JOURINAL, Morrisville, N.J.

4.) Communication Specialist, Toenail Resource Reutilization Program, California State University Needles, Needles, CA

5.) External Affairs, Special Presidential Emissary to the Democratic Peoples

Republic of Korea, United States Cultural Exchange Commission, Pyongyang,

North Korea

6.) Marketing Communications (Beauty and Health), Skin So Nasty, Hematoma, NY

7.) Tenured Professor in Rhetoric, You Know, Like the Caroline Kennedy College of Speech (YKLTCKCOS), State University of New York at Massapequa, Massapequa, NY.

8.) CommunicationDirector, Association for the equal treatment of people who dress up like animals and go to anime conventions, Long Branch, NY

9.) Communications Advisor, National Regifting Registry, Radnor, PA

10.) Writer, WRITER OF PASSIVE VOICE, Washington D.C

11.) Communications Director, Second Life, Santa Cruz, CA

12.) Communications Director, Third Life, Hall Moon Bay, Calif.

13.) Communications Director, No Life, Gilroy, Calif.

14.) Assistant Producer, Strip Poker Tournament of Champions, ESPN, Pantsoff, PA

15.) CREATIVE DIRECTOR, NOT-QUITE-THERE REALITY SHOWS, Hollywood, Calif.

16.) Technical Writer, Institute for the Examination of Aureole Borealis, Titillate Bay, Nunavut, Canada

17.) Broadcast Assistant, American A-Hole, Placenta, Calif.

18.) Managing Editor, Penguin News, Port Thatcher, Falkland Islands, South Atlantic British Overseas Territory

19.) Studio Guest Relations, Celebrity Bikini Wax Reality Show, Fox Entertainment, Burbank, Calif.

20.) Publicist, Amish Monster Jam Buggy Pull, Lancaster, Pa.

21.) Franchise Relations, Kentucky Fried Possum, Black Lung Holler, KY

22.) PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR, Heir Club for Men, New Amsterdam, N.Y.

23.) FREeLANC EDTIOR NEEDED

24.) VICE PRESIDENT OF ETHICS/FUNDRAISER, The Blagojevich Society, Chicago

25.) CRISIS COMMUNICATOR/IMAGE COACH, American Steroid Association, New York

26.) Marketing Communications, Oil of Oh-Tay, Buckwheat, Indiana

27.) COMMUNICATIONS INTERN, MADOFF INDUSTRIES, NEW YORK

28.) Media Relations, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Darfur, Sudan

29.) University Relations, California State University Toxic Wells, Toxic Wells, Calif.

Communications Officer, Nancy Culp Institute of Butt Kissing, Beverly Hills, CA

30.) Communication Director, Minnesota better Government Commission, St. Pauli

Girl, Minnesota

30.) Communication Director, Minnesota better Government Commission, St. Pauli

Girl, Minnesota

31.) MARCOM Brand Manager, Michael Vick Doggie Bites, Muzzle Velocity, Virginia

32.) Web Content Editor, Phil Spector Hair Spray For Men, West Covina, CA

33.) Incentivizing Marketing and Communications, LA Weight Loss, Homemade Ice Cream and Pies, San Dimas, CA

34.) Enforcer, Dave McKay Owes Me Money, Mattapan, Massachusetts

35.) Certification and Accreditation Enforcement/Quality Assurance Specialist, Ned’s Job of the Week LLC, Springfield, VA

…and more than you expected!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

Really—just ONE paragraph? That's IT? I pour 25 years of my life into my career, working at some crap places and a few good gigs, enduring the Bosses From Hell, won an award here and there, and you expect me to sum up my “potential” to you in just ONE PARAGRAPH? Forget it!

– Q. D. Pye (You know how to reach me!)

*** Ned's Upcoming Schedule:

April 4-11: Doghouse

April 20-25: Doghouse

May 3-9: Doghouse

May 15-22: Doghouse

*** Humor me:

Ned,

Are you going to do one of those funny newsletters this year?

JP

(No.)

*** JOTW Rock and Roll Trivia Quiz for March 32, 2009:

This long-lasting band has more arrests, destroyed hotel room, paternity suits and legal action than any other recording artists. Answer below.

*** Last week’s Rock and Roll Trivia Question:

I was going to guess the Singing Nun, but then I was thinking Claudine Longet or Laura Nyro. That’s when I figured it was Nora Jones or Diana Krall doing retro, or Billie Holliday going way way back. So you can imagine how surprised I was to find out it was Black Sabbath.

Marge

*** Focused:

Well you thought I would easily guess the answer to last week’s trivia quiz because I played so much music on Navy Broadcasting stations, and it’s true, I did, but believe it or not I’m tone deaf and I really didn’t like any of that crap we played especially after the chaplain got through with them and made everything suitable for airplay. I still remember that gold record we gave you and you ruined a perfectly good $7,000 professional broadcast turntable by playing the damn thing with all that spray-paint on it. I first met you when you came out to Point Magu to pimp your Fleet Home Town News dealy bob, and I was working for the Antarctic Development Squadron. Then later, when I was working with you in Building 168 you would walk around with that baseball bat and I would try and pacify you with my cheesecakes. And you’d come up and make like you’re amazed because I can type 120 words a minute while carrying on a conversation and later I find out you unplugged my keyboard. There was that time in Diego Garcia that that giant sea turtle came up on the beach with a big transmitter attached to it, and Dan Wynne fiddled with the frequency adjustment thingy and the next thing you know we’re talking on the air live with Jeff Valdez in Adak. And there was the radio station in Lisbon where we had a staff of three braodcasting to an audience of 75, and there was that place that had all those clocks on the wall and the ceiling, and they had mixed grill, and they’d bring in the sheep and the goats and the chickens and you picked which one you wanted. Anyway, where were we, oh yeah, so we’re at Gitmo and we fix the TV transmitter and now we’re finally going out full power for the first time in 20 years and the Cuban general files a protest with the state department because we’re blasting the locals in Baracoa and they can’t jam us because the signal is to damn strong and you’ve got this on-the-air special talk show and your interviewing banana rats because they’re supposed to be protected and because they live inside the compound they’re safe under U.S. protection but the Banana rats outside the fence aren’t so lucky and you tell the banana rats in Baracoa to rise up and overthrow their oppressors. Where was I? Right, the trivia question. Beats the hell out of me. Who was it, anyway?

Gwyneth “Cheesecake” Saunders

1.) Public Affairs Supervisory Specialist, National Bar Tab Stimulus Commission, Washington, DC

NBTSC is a Presidential Commission created to get America back on the bottle as a means to stimulate the economy. In order to increase sales, many bar tenders have routinely rewarded exceptional customers – most of whom are unemployed

alcoholics – to drink now but pay later, by means of a special accounting tool (bar tab) to track consumption of the drinks consumed in a ledger, which are then considered loans.

This method of rewarding customers, and supporting the unemployed, has been beneficial to business by increased sales, which in turn made possible prosperity through higher net and gross revenues made possible by improved sales volume and higher prices as determined by the market.

To reward the positive sales increase, local banking institutions raised lending limits to bars with large bar tab receivables, using the debt as collateral, and positive sales volume to secure the note. The banks, somewhat conservative in their approach, view the accounts receivable as a potential liability and sell the notes to reduce exposure. These collective notes are combined into securities offered to lenders. Because of the popularity of these securities, many banks buy them for their investment portfolios.

However, when the notes and securities reached a high market value, many banks called the notes and demanded payment, which in turn required the drinkers to pay their bar tabs. But, since they could not pay back the debts, the bar owners could not meet the loan obligations, resulting in reorganization and bankruptcy.

The securities drop in value. The banks fail. Worse yet, the beer, wine and spirits suppliers to the bars refuse to extend credit to the bars in Chapter 11. Their sales plummet and many become insolvent.

In order for the bankers and financiers to be able to pay bonuses to the people who purchased, repackaged and sold securities based upon bar tabs, the U.S. Government created the National Bar Tab Stimulus Commission, to make payments to banks who purchased securities based upon loans made to provide credit to bar owners who borrowed funds secured by accounts receivable in the form of bar tabs. By providing this money the banks will be able to extend credit to bar owners to once again allow drinkers to put drinks on their tabs, and jumpstart the economy. The funds required for this purpose are obtained by a tax levied on the non-drinkers.

EEO. The National Bar Tab Stimulus Commission respects all types of drinkers (B/W/S). Gay Latina Women who drink Zima are especially encouraged to apply.

www.usajobs.gov.asp.l663774989932.bartab..ksiiedjhkl8967864980723.NBTSC/comms

2.) Human Resources Communication Specialist, National Liposuction Byproduct Recovery Institute, West Hollywood, CA

www.careers-hypolipo.com

3.) EDITOR, URINAL JOURINAL, Morrisville, N.J.

National trade association of the urinal industry seeks knowledgeable editor

to write, edit and produce respected weekly industry newspaper, Urinal

Jourinal. Ideal candidate must be “flush” with ideas, be knowledgeable of

the porcelain vs. aluminum debate and be willing to roll up the sleeves and

get dirty. Resume, clips and plumbing certification to: Urinal Jourinal,

Morrisville Sewage Treatment Facility, Morrisville, N.J. 08057.

4.) Communication Specialist, Toenail Resource Reutilization Program, California State University Needles, Needles, CA

https://www.terminal.jobsearch/employment/careers//clipjob.ca.gov

5.) External Affairs, Special Presidential Emissary to the Democratic Peoples

Republic of Korea, United States Cultural Exchange Commission, Pyongyang,

North Korea

Join Special Envoys Britney Spears, Lindsey Lohan, Eminem and Ron Jeremy as

we bring America's superior sense of taste and style through the United

States Cultural Export Festival. This year's theme, “Ending Dictatorships

Through Capitalism,” aims to demonstrate to the starving peasantry in North

Korea why they should drop their archaic form of failed totalitarianism and

false socialism and embrace the American Way of Life. Your job will be to

publicize the American Heritage Music and Cultural Arts Festivals to be held

throughout North Korea, and to facilitate the distribution of free samples

of Ultra Optima Turbo Mango Fudge Slim-Fast, a Lil Kim iPod download; a

“Spawn Til You Die” t-shirt, and the Kardashian family. Resume to:

KimIlJongIsIllin'@GoUSA.gov.

6.) Marketing Communications (Beauty and Health), Skin So Nasty, Hematoma, NY

www.scratchthatitch.com/careers/commspecialist

7.) Tenured Professor in Rhetoric, You Know, Like the Caroline Kennedy College of Speech (YKLTCKCOS), State University of New York at Massapequa, Massapequa, NY.

Like this is a really important job, alright?

I’m, you know, actually, like looking for a person who can do this job. I want to know what qualifications you have, what you bring to this, which is, you know, I’m not a conventional person. So why not hire a professor who has an unconventional background. So I don’t think that that is, uh — so I think in many ways, you know, we want to have all kinds of different voices, you know, representing us. I think what I bring to it is, you know, my experience as a mother, as a woman, as a lawyer, you know, I’ve been an education activist for the last six years here, and, you know, I’ve written seven books. So I know, you know, what it is I want in a person for this job. So obviously, you know, we have different strengths and weaknesses. So I think it’s a whole, it’s different, it’s completely different, and it really is up to the governor to decide who would do the best job. But I get to, you know, recommend. I think I can tell who would make a really good pick for this job, and, um, it’s up to the governor to decide, you know, who would be the best. Really. And I think there are many ways to serve, and I want to hear what you’ve done so far, and plan to continue, I think, you know, serving and advocating for the issues that you think are important. So, if it’s this, that would be wonderful, because I really do think that the relationships that you have — you know, and why you think you would be, you know, the best. Well, you wouldn’t be here if you didn’t think you would be the best. (Laughter) Do you think you’re the best for your job? I assume you do. Uh, yeah.

This is a complicated process, you know. The governor can't pay much for this job. He is facing, you know, a massive deficit.

I feel like, you know, it’s, you know, it’s not really complete if there are things you could be doing that would benefit others and you’re not taking, you know, the time and making the effort to do that. So, um, so I think it’s really the, you know, it would be a big change, and change can be, you know, traumatic. It’s different. It’s good!

Each one of us is a unique person. I may, and I think I represent a tradition that means a lot to me, which is more unique than most people, a combination that makes me who I am. I think having an interview with you is a really good idea, because I think it would give me a chance to explain exactly what I’m doing, why I would want to do this, and, you know, and get people to know me better and to understand exactly what my plans would be, how hard I would work, you know, kind of…and um, you know, so…

8.) CommunicationDirector, Association for the equal treatment of people who dress up like animals and go to anime conventions, Long Branch, NY

Contact: pitchman@furries.org

9.) Communications Advisor, National Regifting Registry, Radnor, PA

https://getridofit.taleo.net/careersection/10120/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=113000&src=JB-11080

10.) Writer, WRITER OF PASSIVE VOICE, Washington D.C.

The National Society of the Writers of Passive Voice is looking for a Writer

with a great deal of enthusiasm and a passion for the word “the.” Journalism

degree is not required. Ability to deliver 600-1,000 words when only 300 are

required is highly valued. The less experience, the better; redundancy is

welcome. Candidates will send their resume, their work history, their best

examples of the work they've done and an essay on something they feel

passionate about to: NSWPV, the National Society of the Writers of Passive

Voice, 800 New York Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20015. Apply early: we are

expecting many, many, many qualified candidates.

11.) Communications Director, Second Life, Santa Cruz, CA

http://lindenlab.hrmdirect.com/employment/view.php?req=31835&

12.) Communications Director, Third Life, Hall Moon Bay, Calif.

http://thirdlife.hrmdirect.com/employment/view.php?req=31766549.aspx

13.) Communications Director, No Life, Gilroy, Calif.

http://mylifesucks.hrmdirect.com/employment/view.php?req=3182293

14.) Assistant Producer, Strip Poker Tournament of Champions, ESPN, Pantsoff, PA

We’ll bet you have the naked ambition to drop trou and get started with this ace of a job. You’ll want to ante up your resume to www.jobs.espn.com/knowwhentoholdem

15.) CREATIVE DIRECTOR, NOT-QUITE-THERE REALITY SHOWS, Hollywood, Calif.

Developer of in-development reality shows seeks creative director to nurture

ideas beyond rejection slip stage. Ideal candidate sees potential and can

persuade rude studio heads that these ideas really are the Next Big Thing.

Current projects in development include: “Dancing With The Felons;” “My Kid

Did WHAT?;” “Nanny/Wife Swap;” “So, You Think You're Smarter Than a Reality

Show Contestant;” and “Driving Without Brakes: San Francisco Edition.” Send

resume and cover letter to: stupid@stupid.com.

16.) Technical Writer, Institute for the Examination of Aureole Borealis, Titillate Bay, Nunavut, Canada

https://taleo.northernexposure.IEAP.gov.ca

17.) Broadcast Assistant, American A-Hole, Placenta, Calif.

Who is the biggest pie hole in America? Let the nation decide. Show includes judges Alex Rodriguez, Mel Gibson and Naomi Campbell.

https://iecareers.aspx.totaljerk?bunghole/foxentertainment.com/bcstasst.jobid12867300a-hole

18.) Managing Editor, Penguin News, Port Thatcher, Falkland Islands, South Atlantic British Overseas Territory

Penguin News, the Falkland Islands weekly newspaper, is looking for a

Managing Editor to commence duties in May 2009. Applicants should have a

background in journalism and a passion for community news and be able to communicate with penguins. You will be expected to build a strong connection with our local community – which is just about entirely penguins -and write

lead stories that penguins want to read. At the Penguin News, we see things in black and white.

The Falkland Islands is a British Overseas Territory located in the South

Atlantic Ocean. The economy is modern and thriving, and the main industries

are fishing, agriculture and tourism. The local community and local

businesses are dynamic and proactive and there are a wide range of issues

and events to cover on a weekly basis.

Return international flights will be provided and salary package will be

commensurate with experience.

You will be paid in fish and krill. Must be able to swim in very cold water.

For further details or to apply for the position please send your CV and

covering letter to: Karen Lee, Chairman of the Media Trust at

Karen.wkfi@horizon.co.fk by Monday 32 March 2009.

19.) Studio Guest Relations, Celebrity Bikini Wax Reality Show, Fox Entertainment, Burbank, Calif.

https://iecareer.fox.enterntainment&youarestuipidifyoutrytoreadthis.com

20.) Publicist, Amish Monster Jam Buggy Pull, Lancaster, Pa.

PUBLICIST NEEDED TO PROMOTE THE AMISH MONSTER JAM BUGGY PULL THIS SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY AT LANCASTER CREEK SPEEDWAY! SEE JOE HUFFENBERGER AND HIS AMISH FIREPLACE PORTABLE BUGGY TAKE ON EUNICE SCHWARTZFELT AND HER AMISH FRIENDSHIP BREAD BUGGY, FUELED BY HER TEAM OF FOUR PERCHERONS! THIS SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY AT LANCASTER CREEK SPEEKWAY! BE THERE! COME EARLY TO HELP BUILD THE STANDS!

21.) Franchise Relations, Kentucky Fried Possum, Black Lung Holler, KY

I’m Sergeant Ray (never did make it to colonel), and I know how to dip slim-jim stuffed hand skol-rubbed possum, in a bunch a herbs and spices and batter stuff and hot oil to turn out a taste treat, fresh from the blacktop to the turkey fryer, so good you’ll wanna mount it on the wall. Wash her down with a mason jar of my clear-as-creek-water boot-licker lunar lightening. How about it? You game? Gimme a ring. I change my number frequently, but the boys at the Texaco know where to get me.

Email me at my hotmail account: ray@possumjerkey.net

22.) PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR, Heir Club for Men, New Amsterdam, N.Y.

Guild of Educated and Well-Spoken Men of Arts and Letters dedicated to a return to the Monarchy System of Government seeks experienced and Virile Director of the Relations Publique for which to Advance Our Noble Cause. Ideal Candidate must possess a Never-Ending Quill of written enthusiasm and Eloquence of tongue. Successful Candidate will be Rewarded with landed Estate, a supply of serfs and villeins as well as title of Earl (with possible promotion to Duke). Ability to raise an Army on short notice a plus; must provide own horse. We bade all Candidates of Sufficient Quality to arrive By Person or to send Messenger to Gracie Mansion in the Village of New Amsterdam on Saturday, April 4 in The Year Of Our Lord Two Thousand and Nine at 11 o'clock In the Morning to present pedigree and Verification of Lineage. No phone calls, please. Equal Opportunity Provider..* (*be ye a male of noble heritage and of sufficient prosperity.)

23.) FREeLANC EDTIOR NEEDED: I need a frelance ediitor to profreed 35,000-word manifesto, singlespace doble-sided. Desparately needed—will pay upto $100 dollars. CAll 202-555-9987. No judgemental people need apply.

24.) VICE PRESIDENT OF ETHICS/FUNDRAISER, The Blagojevich Society, Chicago

Leading Midwest think tank seeks experienced ethicist/communicator to guide policy and…oh, who are we kidding? Send us your list of references—we don’t care about the resume, just the references, as many as you have, with names, contact information, etc. Bank routing numbers will receive special consideration. Send to BribeBoy@JobsForExGovs.gov.

25.) CRISIS COMMUNICATOR/IMAGE COACH, American Steroid Association, New York

We need an energetic, creative communicator to lead our “Millions of Americans Use Steriods Every Year, and Many are Not Even Baseball Players” campaign. The ideal candidate must possess chutzpah, persuasiveness, and more than a touch of ignorance. Ability to speak in complete sentences a plus. Resume and medical history to American Steroid Association, Basement, Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY 10333. No syringes, please.

26.) Marketing Communications, Oil of Oh-Tay, Buckwheat, Indiana

www.womenhaters.com/rascals.jobs.marcom

27.) COMMUNICATIONS INTERN, MADOFF INDUSTRIES, NEW YORK

We have a short-term opening—SID, WHAT’S THAT POUNDING NOISE?—for a communications intern at one of the world’s larges investment funds—WHAT DO YOU MEAN, IT’S THE COPS? THEY CAN’T COME IN WITHOUT A SUBPOENA!—You must be able to write smart, persuasive copy with a flair for—BAR THE DOOR, GET MARTIN ON THE SHREDDER PRONTO!—financial communication. Work on annual reports, quarterly statements, client letters and—PLAN B! I REPEAT: PLAN B! EXECUTE!—send resume quickly—very quickly—to Madoff Industries, 103 West 35th Street—no, make that P.O. Box 22339 Grand Central Station, New York NY 10023.

28.) Media Relations, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Darfur, Sudan

Send audition tape and CV to floats@macys.sudan

29.) University Relations, California State University Toxic Wells, Toxic Wells, Calif.

Communications Officer, Nancy Culp Institute of Butt Kissing, Beverly Hills, CA

www.jobs.benverlyhillsbank.ohmrdrysdale.com

30.) Communication Director, Minnesota better Government Commission, St. Pauli

Girl, Minnesota

Communication Director reports to Minnesota Better Government Commissioners

Jesse “The Body” Ventura; Vince Vaughan; Claymation Character Gumby; and The

Commissioner formally known as the Artist Once Again known as Prince.

Contact Sen. Al Franken (202 455-2254) al@Iamnotfunny.net

31.) MARCOM Brand Manager, Michael Vick Doggie Bites, Muzzle Velocity, Virginia

www.cagematch.com/careers/bredfordoggiebites.aspx

32.) Web Content Editor, Phil Spector Hair Spray For Men, West Covina, CA

www.lookyourbestincourt.com/pistol/job

33.) Incentivizing Marketing and Communications, LA Weight Loss, Homemade Ice Cream and Pies, San Dimas, CA

Send before and after photos to rockyroad@measurableresults.com

34.) Enforcer, Dave McKay Owes Me Money, Mattapan, Massachusetts

Contact Ned Lundquist at lundquist989@cs.com

35.) Certification and Accreditation Enforcement/Quality Assurance Specialist, Ned’s Job of the Week LLC, Springfield, VA

Needed someone to help JOTW achieve and maintain ISO 978000447300000000000 standard.

Send email to lundquist989@cs.com

*** Weekly Piracy Report:

March 32, 2009—The Learning Channel

Station manager reported that respected learning network has become hijacked by shows about parents with dozens of children, who boarded some time in 2007 and began reproducing like crazy. No end in sight; ISS Enterprise NCC-1701, which has dealt with similar situations, called upon to remove infestation, called “Operation Tribble,” with no success. Enterprise abandons efforts after Jon & Kate’s children call Enterprise a “garbage scow.”

*** JOTW Rock and Roll Trivia Quiz for March 32, 2009:

This long-lasting band has more arrests, destroyed hotel room, paternity suits and legal action than any other recording artists. Answer: The Vienna Boys Choir..

*** Ball cap of the week: JOTWILF

*** Coffee Mug of the Day: Brittany Spears (panties disappear when hot liquid added)

*** T-Shirt of the day: I won her on eBay

*** Today's featured musical accompaniment: I Kissed a Squirrel (and I liked it)

*** The new, recommended, optional, suggested JOTW policy that asks people who submit listings on behalf of their employer consider maybe possibly sending a company stock, options, or large sums of cash to JOTW, maybe, perhaps.

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