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JOTW 27-2009

6 July 2009

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“In necessary things, unity; in doubtful things, liberty; in all things, charity.”

– Anne Baxter

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In this issue:

*** One Paragraph Pitch

1.) Senior Director of Marketing & Public Relations. The American College of

Radiology, Reston, VA

2.) Writer Editor, Office of the Secretary (OS), Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Office of Management and Policy (OMP), Publications, Reporting and Analysis Division (PRAD), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Washington, DC

3.) Publications Analyst, Office of the Secretary (OS), Office of the

Inspector General (OIG), Office of Management and Policy (OMP),

Publications, Reporting and Analysis Division (PRAD), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Washington, DC.

4.) Communications Officer, Overseas Development Institute, London, UK

5.) PR & MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, Forms + Surfaces, Santa Barbara, California

6.) Director of Public Affairs, Peter G. Peterson Foundation, New York, New York

7.) Interim Press Officer, Medical Emergency Relief International, London, UK

8.) Publications Manager, Center for a New American Security, Washington, DC

9.) Internship External Relations Team, Marie Stopes International, London, UK

10.) Website Marketing Director, Baltimore, MD

11.) Education and Communication Manager, Article 25, London, UK

12.) Media Strategist/Planner, Mediology, Johannesburg – Lonehill, Gauteng, South Africa

13.) Program Officer, Scientific Communications / Grade 03, The Global Fund, Geneva, Switzerland

14.) Vice President, Marketing & Communications, AIG Casualty Company, New York, NY

15.) Communications Trainee, United Nations University Germany, Bonn

16.) Development & Communications Officer, New York City Outward Bound, Long Island City, New York

17.) Stagiaire communication, Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development, France

18.) VP – Communications, CA IT Management Software & Solutions, Islandia, NY

19.) Senior Staff Writer (ICS-7), United Nations Office for Project Services, Copenhagen, Denmark

20.) Media Relations Director, ACLU – American Civil Liberties Union, San Francisco, California

21.) Graphic Designer/Visualizer, The Sustainable Environment and Ecological Development, New Delhi, India

22.) Networks and Communications Officer, Voice4Change England, London, United Kingdom

23.) Director, Communications, Hilton Hotels Corporation, Tysons Corner, VA

24.) Communications Director, New York State Health Foundation, New York, New York

25.) Public Affairs/Communications Advisor, United States Agency for International Development, Afghanistan

26.) Strategic Communication and Information Management Advisor, United States Agency for International Development, Afghanistan

27.) Program Manager – Media Production & Publications, Pima Community College, Tucson, Arizona

28.) Manager of Publications and Member Communications, American Dental Education Association, Washington, DC

29.) Editor, Communications and Advocacy, Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit, Kabul, Afghanistan

30.) Technical Publications Manager, Butler International, Shelton, CT

31.) 1 full-time and 1 part-time Marketing Communications Manager positions, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Lone Star Chapter, (The Lone Star Chapter has offices in Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio), TX

32.) Publications Manager, Catholic Relief Services, Baltimore, MD

33.) Public Affairs Supervisor, Energy Northwest, Richland, Washington

34.) External Affairs, Counterpart International, Inc., Arlington, VA

35.) Director of Communications, Catholic Relief Services, Baltimore, MD

36.) Public Relations Manager, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, PA

37.) Assistant Writer, CHF International, Silver Spring, MD

38.) Corporate Communications, ExactTarget, Indianapolis, IN

39.) COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR, PART-TIME, University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN

40.) Public Affairs Specialist, Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, DC

41.) Media Component Manager, Management Systems International, Monrovia, Liberia 42.) Manager Marketing & Communication, Kaiser Permanente, Burbank, CA

43.) Senior Manager, Communications, YMCA of Greater Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

44.) Online Editor, Xpand, Sydney, NSW, Australia

45.) Vice President, Marketing & Communications, AIG Casualty Company, New York, NY

46.) Associate Director of Public Relations, Dominican University of California, San Rafael, CA

47.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, Burger King, Miami, FL

48.) Director, Public Relations, Henry Schein, Melville, NY

49.) Advocacy & Public Communications Specialist, United Nations Development Programme, Kinshasa, Congo

50.) Sr. Portal Content Specialist, Johnson Controls, Inc., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

51.) Director, Web Communications, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID

52.) Director of Interactive Marketing, AC Lion, New York, NY

53.) Communications Sales Rep, Stryker Little Rock, AR

54.) MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, IQ Solutions, ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND

55.) Vice President, Director of Public Affairs, Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

56.) Communications Advisor, Enbridge Pipelines Inc., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

57.) Entry-Level, Public & Media Relations Assistant, Come Recommended, Derwood, MD

58.) Media Relations Intern, Come Recommended, Derwood, MD

59.) Editorial Content Intern, Come Recommended, Derwood, MD

60.) Corporate Relations Intern, Come Recommended, Derwood, MD

61.) Campus Ambassador, Come Recommended, Derwood, MD

62.) Assistant Content Editor, World Wrestling Entertainment, Stamford, Connecticut

63.) Western Community Guru, lululemon athletica, California, Southwest USA

64.) Animal Control Officer, Anchorage Animal Care and Control, Anchorage, AK

65.) Head Cook-North Slope, Prudhoe Bay, AK

66.) Baker-North Slope, North Slope, AK

67.) Janitor – Conoco Phillips Building, Anchorage, AK

*** Weekly Piracy Report

…and more! Scroll down and see them all!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

Graduate Student in Marketing Looking to Partner with Organization for Marketing Consultancy

Hello,

I’m currently employed as a Marketing Communications Manager with 8 solid years of corporate and marketing communications experience. I’m also completing a Master of Science degree in marketing from the Carey Business School of Johns Hopkins University. My final academic requirement is to produce an Applied Research Project (ARP), the Marketing Department’s equivalent of a master’s thesis.

The ARP requires me to find an organization (other than my own) to sponsor my work and partner with me to evaluate their strategic and marketing direction, explore new areas of opportunity, gain a better understanding of their customers, and investigate new potential marketing opportunities. At project completion, the sponsor receives a well-researched, carefully constructed document, with actionable recommendations. This report will be carefully evaluated by an experienced member of the Johns Hopkins faculty who has been serving as my advisor. We have been told that the work delivered by the Johns Hopkins students is comparable to the efforts of a business consultant who may charge many thousands of dollars for an equivalent effort.

Similar to a consultant, I’d need access to informational background documents and to select personnel so that I may fully understand the marketing problem being addressed. As part of the project I will conduct secondary research as well as a statistically valid quantifiable marketing research study. The sponsor would need to cover the costs of the survey distribution. If the sponsor organization has an email list I can use, the only cost is what I pay for to use an online survey service. (No expense will be incurred without the sponsor organization’s approval.)

The project takes two semesters and would begin in May 2009 and past participants have included: BMW, Verizon, Marriott, Baltimore SPCA,, The Arthritis Foundation of Maryland, Saucony, Inc., Nielsen Research, and Discovery Communications.

If you are interested in becoming my sponsor, please email me at heathers7@gmail.com. I’ll be looking forward to learning about your organization, industry and proposed marketing consulting opportunity.

Sincerely,

Heather Simpson

Heathers7@gmail.com

(Ned notes that he gave Heather permission to exceed the one paragraph limit.)

*** Do you have that special place you like to get away to for a respite from summer?

Send me your pics and I’ll post at the “Your Very Next Step” website (http://www.yourverynextstep.com/) under the category of “Where I'd rather be…”.

Susan Burnell, APR, would rather be at the beach (www,yourverynextstep).

How about you?

*** Sturgis…

David Super mentioned his hometown of Sturgis in last week’s JOTW. The other big gathering place for bikers is near here where I am writing this in New Hampshire, at Laconia on Lake Winnipesauke. I’m not sure which is bigger. Of course there’s also Rolling Thunder in D.C. on Memorial Day.

*** 87,368 page views of the JOTW website for June I believe is a record. The average is 75,000.

*** Check out this cool volcano video from the Space Station:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/07/03/sarychev-volcano-eruption_n_225408.html

*** The Alternative Selection:

“Bob from CT” – my main man!

Recently, newly awakened and attentive,

Mark

LOL

PS – New adjectives to work with! Need to get busy with the thesaurus!

*** Speaking of alternative selections, I saw promos for a nrew Wolfman Segway Park at Clark’s Trading Post and Trained Bears, just down the street from where I’m staying in New Hampshire. Then I see this in the WSJ:

Odd Job Market Tough, Even For Wolf Men 6/24/2009

The high national jobless rate means that there is plenty of competition for even offbeat jobs, such as that of “Wolfman” at tourist attraction Clark's Trad

http://online.wsj.com/video/odd-job-market-tough-even-for-wolf-men/874991A6-6E0D-4379-81E5-0897C855726A.htmling Post. Jennifer Levitz reports.

*** We stopped at Fern’s Country Store, but Larry and Robin were preoccupied by the health inspector, so we had to leave. We did take a look at the new Veterans Honor Roll in the town center, which had just been dedicated.

We stopped in Concord, N.H., at D’Angelos, where the girls had lobster sandwiches.

It was raining when we arrived in the White Mountains. It’s pretty much been raining 21 of the past 30 days we’re told. Our little cabins along the Pemigewasset River are cozy, and the river drowns out any other distracting noises. The wireless here at Pemi Cabins works, but I keep losing it and have to reconnect.

We looked around Woodstock on Monday night. In Fadden’s General Store, a couple from Atlanta was asking about Moxie. I said I’d buy them one if they would drink it and let us watch their reaction. The guy takes a swig, and cocks his head with curiosity. “It’s not that bad,” he says. His wife takes a sip, curls her lip and crinkles her eyes with wild surprise. She makes an unearthly noise, sticks out her tongue and wipes it on her husband’s shirt. She dives into her purse and pulls out a pack of tic tacs and pours the mints into her mouth. That was worth the price of the can. “We sell a lot of it,” says Mr. Fadden. “Guy came in today and bought sick six-packs.”

We had dinner at the Woodstock Inn and Brewery. Barbara had the meatloaf, and Laura was impressed with the Buffalo wings appetizer. Tom wanted the 18-oz. burger but we talked him out of it. I had meatloaf Wellington, with caramelized onions and puff pastry, along with a huge baked potato and a heap of real sour cream. Two couples sat next to us, both retired innkeepers. Ed O’Brien still has his Dutch carousel organ,

About

Barbara and I went out to the Cascade Coffee Café to get some coffee this morning. I forget how the topic of conversation got around to Barbara’s gracefulness, but as she went to the fridge to grab a couple of OJs she tripped over the easel sign and plowed headlong into a shelf with bottles of water which rolled onto her head in slow motion, one at a time. The young lady behind the counter was mortified. She jumped to the rescue and tried to grab the bottles before they fell on her head. She then looked at me, expecting me to panic. I don’t flinch. She can’t believe I didn’t move a muscle, as if this kind of catastrophe occurs everyday, which it does. Barbara is okay.

We had breakfast at the Sunny Day Diner. Elaine kept my coffee cup full. It’s her second job. She and her husband also run a gift shop up the road.

We take our time walking through the Flume Gorge in Franconia Notch.

There is no rain, but the clouds are still obscuring the peaks.

Dinner at the Common man was twin lobsters. I asked the waitress if the lobsters were fresh out of the Pemigewasset River. She looked at me with an artificial smile, pondered a minute, then said, “Lobsters are salt water.”

*** Tchaikovsky conducted his 1812 Overture at the 1891 dedication of Carnegie Hall in New York City.

*** Mystery:

Hi Ned,

Don't know how all of these jobs come to your attention but when I clicked on the link for job number 54.) Corporate Communications Manager, Serco, Reston, VA, http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=81741841&

the Serco website reads “We apologize for the inconvenience, this position's status has recently changed.” In fact this job appears to have disappeared long ago. I was pleased to see it re-posted, as the last time I tried to apply for this job via another announcement, the job status message appeared then too. Much to my disappointment, there is no mention of this position on the Serco NA website.

Thanks for your continued efforts on our behalf

KH

(The job was posted on Monster in the last couple of days. Sorry.)

No worries. Just thought I'd let you know. It's a phantom job that keeps popping up in various places. I think it was real at one time, as I recall seeing it at the Serco site some time ago, however, when I went back a couple of days later it had disappeared. I hope one day it materializes again.

(It is a mystery.)

*** Okay, it’s job time:

*** This was previously posted as a “Can’t Wait” listing:

1.) Senior Director of Marketing & Public Relations. The American College of

Radiology, Reston, VA

The American College of Radiology, a professional association for

radiologists, seeks a Senior Director of Marketing & Public Relations

who has a strong desire to lead and motivate a dynamic and highly

creative marketing department. The Senior Director of Marketing &

Public Relations will establish, lead, and set the overall brand for ACR

by providing strategic marketing direction and will ensure that the

marketing and PR group will develop and execute programs and initiatives

that support multiple organizational and departmental objectives.

Major job duties will include:

. Providing oversight, direction and management for the marketing, and

public relations departments

. Develops and oversees implementation of marketing plans and strategies

in support of dues and non-dues revenue generating programs

. Identifies tactics and resources necessary to achieve ACR goals and

objectives

. Creates a system wide marketing reporting function that can track,

measure, and analyze performance (metrics)

. Provides guidance and recommendations regarding the use of social

networking and other emerging technologies.

. Ensures all marketing communications are effectively disseminated in

support of marketing plan objectives

. Develops and monitors department budgets

. Coordinate with consultants as needed in conducting market research,

branding campaigns, and other services

. Participates in professional societies and activities related to

marketing, radiology, and the health care industry

Qualifications:

. Master's degree in Marketing Communications or an MBA preferred

. 5-10 years marketing experience; preferably for the non-profit sector

. 8+ years experience managing/leading a diverse team and the ability to

build, inspire, and motivate your team

. Strong operations experience

. Broad functional experience in areas of strategic planning and

marketing, business and market development, market research and

planning, and public relations and advertising.

. Strong project management and multi-tasking capabilities with the

ability to work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment

. Proven self-starter with high standards and a creative mind

Please send your resume and salary requirements to: hrdept@acr.org

ACR offers competitive compensation and an exceptional benefits package

including a defined contribution pension plan, 403B, paid vacation, paid

personal days, paid holidays and sick days, all major insurances – life,

health, dental, prescription, AD&D, short and long term disability, LTC,

flexible spending, tuition reimbursement, physical fitness benefit, a

business casual/people friendly work environment and more!

*** From Dee Ellison:

Ned, as always, I appreciate all the work you do in getting out this useful information.

Here are two job listings. Please notice that the closing dates are coming up fairly soon.

Have a great 4th of July holiday. Best, Dee

2.) Writer Editor, Office of the Secretary (OS), Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Office of Management and Policy (OMP), Publications, Reporting and Analysis Division (PRAD), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Washington, DC.

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=81676280

In this position, you will develop and issue Office of Inspector General (OIG) publications, including the Semiannual Report to Congress (SAR), the OIG Work Plan, and the Compendium of Unimplemented Office of Inspector General Recommendations. In addition, you will prepare other reports and analyses as requested by management.

Specialized experience required for the position includes experience developing and/or editing written documents or publications for distribution outside of the organization as well as using computer-based editing and desktop publishing tools to produce a variety of correspondence, reports, documents, charts and/or images.

Vacancy #: HHS-OIG-2009-0164 & 0165

Closes July 15, 2009

To see the full job announcement and to apply, click here:

http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/Search.aspx?q=OIG-2009-0165&sort=rv%2c-dtex&vw=d&re=134&FedEmp=Y&FedPub=Y&caller=advanced.aspx

3.) Publications Analyst, Office of the Secretary (OS), Office of the

Inspector General (OIG), Office of Management and Policy (OMP),

Publications, Reporting and Analysis Division (PRAD), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Washington, DC.

In this position, you will serve as an expert on the management of the publications development process and work with the Division Director and other division members on matters related to quality assurance and continuous improvement, standard operating policies and procedures, document version control, management of text and electronic files, and practical and cost-effective software tools for text and interactive collaboration.

Specialized experience includes experience developing written documents or publications for distribution and using office automation or document-formatting software and equipment to produce a variety of correspondence, reports, documents, charts and/or images.

Vacancy #: HHS-OIG-2009-0168 and 0169

Closes July 10, 2009

To see the full job announcement and to apply, click here:

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=81643647

4.) Communications Officer, Overseas Development Institute, London, UK

Closing Date – 14 Jul 2009

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

5.) PR & MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, Forms + Surfaces, Santa Barbara, California

http://www.ihispano.com/job/employer/464627/view/detail/results/forms–surfaces/santa-barbara/california

6.) Director of Public Affairs, Peter G. Peterson Foundation, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=255600011

7.) Interim Press Officer, Medical Emergency Relief International, London, UK

Closing Date – 12 Jul 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7TBNE9

*** From Ashley Hoffman:

Greetings – I’m hoping you can include the Center for a New American Security’s Publications Manager position in your next roundup. Thank you!

Also available online here: http://www.cnas.org/node/2853

Thank you!

Ashley Hoffman

Center for a New American Security

8.) Publications Manager, Center for a New American Security, Washington, DC

The Center for a New American Security seeks to hire a Publications Manager, responsible for writing, editing, producing and maintaining quality control for a range of print and electronic products. The Publications Manager will coordinate all aspects of graphic design for CNAS materials, including written products, online offerings, and external relations materials. The Publications Manager will report to the Director of External Relations, while working with internal staff to ensure that production requirements and timelines are met, and with external vendors, including editors, designers, IT providers, and printers.

Responsibilities

Publication Management & Graphic Design

• Oversee the publication production process, in cooperation with CNAS authors; set and manage a coordinated production calendar for CNAS reports and other products

• Complete design and layout of CNAS written products, to include major reports, working papers, and policy briefs in addition to special materials for conferences, outreach, and development needs (postcards, fliers, etc.)

• Write copy for CNAS print and electronic publications including but not limited to reports, brochures, press releases, and other CNAS materials

• Edit reports, brochures, websites and other CNAS products as directed

• Monitor CNAS style and graphic standards and maintain quality control

• Coordinate with graphic design and production firms, and manage relationship with all external designers and editors to ensure product consistency and quality

• Manage Amazon.com sellers account and Kindle sellers account for CNAS products, assign and manage ISBN data, and oversee any other publication requirements

Website Management

• Update CNAS website, including textual and graphical content, and assist others in posting content to the website: manage content and ensure links are current and active; maintain awareness of current innovations and improvements in web technology; recommend improvements and apply new innovations in a timely manner; diagnose and fix bugs and problems

• Create, develop, and format graphics, photos, sound, and video files for website

• Create, film, and edit Flash-based videos to accompany reports, expert biographies, and features on the website

• Proactively seek new content to post, and work with appropriate staff to prepare the content

• Coordinate with IT consultants, design vendors, and external website managers to implement larger projects as needed

• Assist external relations team in managing Web 2.0 technologies including Facebook and LinkedIn accounts

Requirements

• Proven experience in creative direction and brand management, including graphic design, layout, and formatting in the production of effective promotional materials, digital design and media, and online communications. The candidate must be able to conceptualize, design and write promotional materials in traditional print media as well as electronic and online media

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills that inspire others to embrace teamwork and collaboration

• Superior skills as a writer and editor

• Working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite programs including InDesign, Photoshop, Flash, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and Bridge. Demonstrated knowledge of HTML, Adobe CS3, Microsoft Office 2007

• Experience with technical content management, including site analytics , Web site/Internet technologies, and search engine optimization

• Minimum of BA/BS degree in related field

• Methodical attention to detail

• A sense of humor!

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume, three references, and samples of work (i.e. websites designed or maintained, samples of graphic design work) to Ashley Hoffman at info@cnas.org (the subject line should read “Publications Manager Job Opening”); or, apply online: https://cnasjobs.wufoo.com/forms/application-publications-manager/.

9.) Internship External Relations Team, Marie Stopes International, London, UK

Closing Date – 10 Jul 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7TDL3R

*** From Steve Boyle:

Hi Ned,

Please post the following in your next JOTW.

Thanks so much, and keep up the good work!

-Steve

Steve Boyle

Recruiter

Stephen James Associates

2800 Quarry Lake Drive, Suite 2800

Baltimore, MD 21209

410-753-1424 work

410-562-9194 cell

410-753-1460 fax

www.stephenjames.com

10.) Website Marketing Director, Baltimore, MD

Overview:

Progressively growing organization seeks a high-performing online marketer to lead all website marketing initiatives. This individual will focus exclusively on customer-facing content and design on the corporation’s public website. Reporting to the Vice President of Marketing, this position will have a high degree of visibility and will contribute significantly to revenue generation.

Responsibiliteis:

• Develop website content and utilize company’s content management system.

• Lead all website development projects related to company’s core offering and to business line extension.

• Improve interactivity, functionality and overall user experience of all company web properties.

• Write online content/copy for use on all company web venues.

• Develop a repeatable site content maintenance strategy.

• Partner with web marketing partners both internally and externally, and assist in SEO strategy.

• Analyze effectiveness of all corporate web properties.

Requirements:

• BA required, MBA preferred

• Minimum of 10 years’ experience in marketing communications with at least 5 years of online marketing experience

• Technical proficiency, and a cross-functional approach to business

• Extensive experience in web content management, information architecture and website usability

• The ability to prioritize, and to work in a fast-paced, highly deadline oriented environment

Please contact Steve Boyle at (410) 753-1424, or email sboyle@stephenjames.com

11.) Education and Communication Manager, Article 25, London, UK

Closing Date – 12 Jul 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7TCD3A

12.) Media Strategist/Planner, Mediology, Johannesburg – Lonehill, Gauteng, South Africa

http://www.bizcommunity.com/Job/196/15/96344.html

13.) Program Officer, Scientific Communications / Grade 03, The Global Fund, Geneva, Switzerland

Closing Date – 15 Jul 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7TJE9X

*** From Mark Sofman:

14.) Vice President, Marketing & Communications, AIG Casualty Company, New York, NY

http://www.aig.com/_547_122619.html

15.) Communications Trainee, United Nations University Germany, Bonn

Closing Date – 10 Jul 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7THFY4

16.) Development & Communications Officer, New York City Outward Bound, Long Island City, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=256300013

17.) Stagiaire communication, Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development, France

Closing Date – 07 Jul 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7TCL2T

18.) VP – Communications, CA IT Management Software & Solutions, Islandia, NY

http://cj.careers.adicio.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?kAndEntire=communication&location=&jobId=18066937&viewType=main&networkView=main&offset=

19.) Senior Staff Writer (ICS-7), United Nations Office for Project Services, Copenhagen, Denmark

Closing Date – 16 Jul 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7TCFX9

20.) Media Relations Director, ACLU – American Civil Liberties Union, San Francisco, California

http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=18593

21.) Graphic Designer/Visualizer, The Sustainable Environment and Ecological Development, New Delhi, India

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

22.) Networks and Communications Officer, Voice4Change England, London, United Kingdom

Deadline: July 13 2009

http://www.comminit.com/en/node/297255/ads

23.) Director, Communications, Hilton Hotels Corporation, Tysons Corner, VA

http://cj.careers.adicio.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?kAndEntire=communication&location=&jobId=17941358&viewType=main&networkView=main&offset=

24.) Communications Director, New York State Health Foundation, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=255900007

25.) Public Affairs/Communications Advisor, United States Agency for International Development, Afghanistan

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

26.) Strategic Communication and Information Management Advisor, United States Agency for International Development, Afghanistan

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7TGGK9

27.) Program Manager – Media Production & Publications, Pima Community College, Tucson, Arizona

http://governmentjobs.com/view_job.cfm?JobID=171217

28.) Manager of Publications and Member Communications, American Dental Education Association, Washington, DC

http://careers.lsae.org/jobdetail.cfm?job=3146480

29.) Editor, Communications and Advocacy, Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit, Kabul, Afghanistan

Closing Date – 07 Jul 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7TFCD5

30.) Technical Publications Manager, Butler International, Shelton, CT

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?ipath=EXIND&siteid=cbindeed&Job_DID=J8G0Z55VP2PP5XH46S1

*** From James Black:

2 PR opps in Texas to share with the JOTW network.

31.) 1 full-time and 1 part-time Marketing Communications Manager positions, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Lone Star Chapter, (The Lone Star Chapter has offices in Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio), TX

http://www.nationalmssociety.org/chapters/TXH/about-this-chapter/job-postings/index.aspx

32.) Publications Manager, Catholic Relief Services, Baltimore, MD

https://sh.webhire.com/servlet/av/jd?ai=495&ji=2367732&sn=I

33.) Public Affairs Supervisor, Energy Northwest, Richland, Washington

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=5678280

34.) External Affairs, Counterpart International, Inc., Arlington, VA

Closing Date – 17 Jul 2009

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

35.) Director of Communications, Catholic Relief Services, Baltimore, MD

https://sh.webhire.com/servlet/av/jd?ai=495&ji=2354792&sn=I

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

36.) Public Relations Manager, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, PA

Lancaster General Health, a not-for-profit healthcare network including Lancaster General Hospital and more than two dozen healthcare providers in south central Pennsylvania, seeks an experienced Public Relations Manager.

The right candidate is a talented and energetic individual with experience in building media exposure with measurable results and an overall zeal for PR innovation. Strong writing skills and the ability to multi-task are essential. Healthcare experience and social media knowledge is a plus.

You must have at least three years of professional agency or corporate experience. Bachelors degree in public relations, journalism, or English required.

LG Health is a not-for-profit health system located in Lancaster County, PA, home to 500,000 people. The keystone of the system is Lancaster General Hospital, a 600-bed acute-care facility recognized among Americas 100 Top Hospital 10 out of the last 12 years. Also included in the system are Lancaster General Health Women & Babies Hospital, an outpatient Suburban Campus, several smaller health centers, the Visiting Nurses Association, and multiple physician practices. The Lancaster General Health system is the countys largest employer.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

– Proven media relations successes

– Strong writing skills

– Social media experience

– Excellent interpersonal communications

– Time management, organization and ability to follow through with some supervision

– Mature, professional attitude and appearance

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

– Develops and executes public relations strategies that support the strategic and business goals of LG Health and its various entities.

– Leads LG Healths media relations efforts, from serving as a primary media spokesperson to measuring media value and developing strategic media plans.

– Oversees production of electronic and written communications which promote LG Healths mission and community benefit efforts to external audiences.

– Writes articles and news releases and/or coordinates writing assignments and projects with public relations agencies and freelance writers as necessary. Proofreads and edits written materials.

– Manages LG Healths two PR/Communications Coordinators on a daily basis, conducts their annual performance reviews and coordinates staff career development.

Contact: Send your cover letter, resume and salary requirements and three public relations writing samples (news releases, feature stories, media alerts, etc.) via email to John Lines, Director of Public Relations & Corporate Communications, at jplines@LancasterGeneral.org

37.) Assistant Writer, CHF International, Silver Spring, MD

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

38.) Corporate Communications, ExactTarget, Indianapolis, IN

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?IPATH=JELXF5U&je=myrec&APath=1.39.0.30.0&jrjob=true&sc_cmp2=10_JobMat_JobDet&Job_DID=J8B29S5XV5PG6JKQ70C&ff=39

39.) COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR, PART-TIME, University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?IPATH=JELXE5U&je=myrec&APath=1.39.0.28.0&jrjob=true&sc_cmp2=10_JobMat_JobDet&Job_DID=J8B77474X3DX06KCV7M&ff=39

40.) Public Affairs Specialist, Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, DC

http://jobs.aviationtoday.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1710&jb=5644832

41.) Media Component Manager, Management Systems International, Monrovia, Liberia

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7THJH9

42.) Manager Marketing & Communication, Kaiser Permanente, Burbank, CA

http://www.hirediversity.com/jobseekers/jobs/view.asp?ID=2531221

43.) Senior Manager, Communications, YMCA of Greater Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=5716108

*** From Melcrum’s www.internalcommsjobs.com:

44.) Online Editor, Xpand, Sydney, NSW, Australia

http://www.internalcommsjobs.co.uk/viewjob.asp?numJobID=3659

*** From Mark Sofman:

45.) Vice President, Marketing & Communications, AIG Casualty Company, New York, NY

http://www.aig.com/_547_122619.html

46.) Associate Director of Public Relations, Dominican University of California, San Rafael, CA

https://dominicanuniversity.ats.talentxpress.com/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=47

47.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, Burger King, Miami, FL

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=81835049&aid=25022000&WT.mc_n=JSAHG10

48.) Director, Public Relations, Henry Schein, Melville, NY

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=81866710&aid=25022000&WT.mc_n=JSAHG10

49.) Advocacy & Public Communications Specialist, United Nations Development Programme, Kinshasa, Congo

Closing Date – 15 Jul 2009

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

50.) Sr. Portal Content Specialist, Johnson Controls, Inc., Milwaukee, Wisconsin

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=5713491

51.) Director, Web Communications, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID

http://www.ihispano.com/job/employer/448255/view/detail/results/university-of-idaho/northern/idaho&nosearch=0

52.) Director of Interactive Marketing, AC Lion, New York, NY

http://www.hirediversity.com/jobseekers/jobs/view.asp?ID=2530058

53.) Communications Sales Rep, Stryker Little Rock, AR

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

*** From Shehani Selvarajah:

Good Day All,

Attached is the job posting for a Materials Development Manager at IQ Solutions. Please post this job, and feel free to contact us with referrals for the position.

Thank you very much for your help.

Shehani Selvarajah

54.) MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, IQ Solutions, ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND

The materials development manager provides support in all phases of document production to ensure that projects are completed on time and within quality standards. The position involves coordination with word processing, desktop publishing, graphics, and editorial staffs to help complete documents, make final layout and format decisions, and perform a final quality-control check. The materials development manager, who periodically may serve as acting managing editor, works with limited supervision, is expected to exercise ingenuity and originality in daily problem-solving, and typically provides some direction and guidance to lower-level staff. The position requires attention to detail and excellent timing in completing projects on schedule. There is significant interaction with team members and with client representatives, and a polished, professional image must be maintained at all times.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Coordinates with document production staff—including word processing operators, desktop publishers, graphic designers, writers, and editors—to ensure that assigned projects are completed on time and within quality standards.

Oversees editorial duties, and assigns work to other editors.

Determines final layout and format with input, as needed, from clients.

Performs quality assurance review.

Works closely with the client and the IQ Solutions project team. Responds to client requests, and ensures that potential sources of difficulty are made known to senior management.

Prepares and delivers required status reports.

Contributes key technical expertise.

Possesses visual acuity, that is, the ability to discern detail and color variations on a computer screen. Has the manual dexterity to input, validate, and retrieve data via a computer keyboard.

Works well with others, and handles day-to-day situations with an acceptable, reasonable approach.

Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

The materials development manager typically possesses a B.S. or B.A. degree or the equivalent education or experience, plus a minimum 5 years of progressively responsible experience in materials development related to project assignments. Related experience should include technical editing and writing, desktop publishing, proofreading, research, and final production of clear, concise, high-quality written documents. The position requires excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong organization, initiative and follow-through, and flexibility and responsiveness to changing requirements and conditions. Personal computer literacy is needed, including expertise with desktop publishing, word processing, and research software adopted as standard by IQ Solutions or the client.

Interested in applying? Please apply online at

http://IQSolutions.balancetrak.com/MATDEVMGR

Closing Date: Open until filled

EEO/AA

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

55.) Vice President, Director of Public Affairs, Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania seeks a Vice President, Director of Public Affairs to define and promote their message and positive image throughout the region. Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania is a state-chartered bank with approximately 400 branches and more than 660 ATMs throughout Pennsylvania. It also operates 15 retail branches and 61 ATMs in southern New Jersey and a commercial loan office in Virginia.

Reporting to the Senior Vice President, Director of Public Affairs for Citizens Financial this role is responsible for overseeing public relations, media relations, special events, charitable contributions, philanthropic activities, risk and compliance adherence, and community and government relations activities in the State of Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Northern Delaware.

The successful individual will have the following:

• 10 + years experience in public affairs, communications, and/or government relations experience in the corporate, non-profit, media, or government sectors

• A Bachelors degree; Master highly preferred

• Strong familiarity with the business, media, and government community in Philadelphia. Pittsburgh is high preferred.

• Proven track record working within the regional print and broadcast media.

• Articulate and an effective public speaker with proven ability to present and negotiate at the highest levels; s/he should be an accomplished and published writer

• Superior interpersonal and relationship building skills, along with a capacity to engage, inspire, and persuade a diverse array of executive leadership, members of the community, government officials, representatives of the media, staff, business partners, and many others. Ability to make the appropriate connections among members of these groups and to nurture strong and long-lasting relationships.

• Astute and able to develop long-term business partnerships based on mutual benefit, collaboration, and respect.

• History of recruiting and developing exceptional people

Expressions of interest should be submitted electronically in confidence to:

Leslie Pickus Mazza

Diversified Search Odgers Berndtson

VP & Senior Associate

lmazza@divsearch.com

56.) Communications Advisor, Enbridge Pipelines Inc., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Job Description

The successful candidate will plan and support communications which will provide employees with meaningful, timely, clear and coordinated information about IT initiatives, including rationale, impact and outcomes. As well, to plan and support communications with external audiences as and when required to support Liquids Pipelines (LP) reputation for innovation, operational excellence and a positive working environment.

Strategic Communication Planning for IT Councils, Departments and Initiatives

a) Facilitate identification and clarification of issues, key messages, audience segmentation, communications objectives, tactics and measurement

b) Develop coordinated communications plans, including core messages, tools, roll-out recommendations and templates

c) Provide advice and counsel on communications; develop IT communication policies, principles and guidelines

d) Provide direction and help oversee implementation of communications plans.

e) Alert IT leadership to potential issues about which they are not aware

Coordination and Standardization of Messaging

a) Overall coordination of the umbrella IT communication plan

b) Identifying business stories for sharing in elink, Link or employee meetings and events

c) Standardize and produce templates for typical IT communications with an appropriate 'look and feel', consistent with overall Enbridge brand guidelines

Measurement and Communication Briefings

a) Conduct measurement of communications relative to objectives and communicate analysis and briefings to identify and share lessons learned

Communications Training

a) Develop and recommend toolkits

b) Develop leader briefings and training

c) Cascade information tools

d) Provide guidance and education on the role and function of communications within the organization

Business Unit Collaboration and Support

a) Work with internal communicators within corporate and the business units to coordinate IT-focused efforts with enterprise and business unit internal communications initiatives

b) Support business unit roll-out of IT initiatives through sharing program 'toolkits', and providing advice and counsel

Job Requirements

* Bachelors degree or diploma in business communications, public relations and/or marketing or related discipline

* A minimum of 5 years communications experience preferred

* Knowledge in technical and business writing, and formal, informal and written communications

* Excellent organizational and project management skills

* Interviewing and writing skills

* Knowledge of print production processes, graphic design principles and Web design/communication principles

* Skilled at building inter-personal relationships

* Ability to manage multiple deadlines and budgets

* Results-oriented and a team player

* Event planning experience

* Excellent English written and oral communication skills, proofing skills

Salary and position level will be commensurate with qualifications.

Enbridge, where energy meets people, names one of Canada's Top 100 Employers and Alberta's Top 25 Employers for 2008.

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=5706440

*** From Heather R. Huhman:

Ned,

I realize this is a little late, but I’d greatly appreciate you including a link to our internship and entry-level openings in tomorrow’s JOTW.

All five descriptions can be found at http://www.comerecommended.com/careers. Thanks, Ned, for all you do!

Best,

Heather

Heather R. Huhman, Founder & President

Come Recommended

heather@comerecommended.com | (202) 470-3218 | Twitter: heatherhuhman | Skype: heatherhuhman

www.comerecommended.com

57.) Entry-Level, Public & Media Relations Assistant, Come Recommended, Derwood, MD

http://corporate.comerecommended.com/public-relations-assistant/

58.) Media Relations Intern, Come Recommended, Derwood, MD

http://corporate.comerecommended.com/media-relations-intern/

59.) Editorial Content Intern, Come Recommended, Derwood, MD

http://corporate.comerecommended.com/editorial-content-intern/

60.) Corporate Relations Intern, Come Recommended, Derwood, MD

http://corporate.comerecommended.com/corporate-relations-intern/

61.) Campus Ambassador, Come Recommended, Derwood, MD

http://corporate.comerecommended.com/campus-ambassador/

62.) Assistant Content Editor, World Wrestling Entertainment, Stamford, Connecticut

World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. is seeking someone to contribute to the Editorial team at our flagship magazine product, WWE magazine, with a readership of 4.5 million. Candidate should have a strong knowledge of pop culture. Wrestling knowledge is also a plus. An ability to write and top-edit stories is a must. Brainstorm clever creative pieces, front-of-book items and features while bringing fresh ideas to the role. Requirements:

3+ years experience as a magazine editor at a lifestyle publication and/or have worked for other various related media (i.e. Websites, TV..)

Superior writing, editing and organizational skills, also a mastery of heds, deks, and cover line writing.

A self-starter, but also take direction well, and enjoy collaborating with writers, other editors, and designers, conducive to a young, fun, and energetic work environment.

BA in a related field required.

Position will require some time split working between the NYC office and Stamford HQ Location.

http://www.ihispano.com/job/employer/449369/view/detail/results/world-wrestling-entertainment-inc/ctstamford/connecticut&nosearch=0

*** The JOTW Newsletter brings you alternative selections each week, for those of you who feel it is time for a significant change of career direction. These come from the awake, attentive, freshly caffeinated, hopped up and fully jazzed Mark Sofman:

63.) Western Community Guru, lululemon athletica, California, Southwest USA

The Community Guru is responsible for the development and leadership of their territories’ community program. They are the lead in developing lululemon’s brand awareness and Community Relations within lululemon’s specific target market. The Community Guru oversees the big picture, complimenting the region’s localized community program by building the lululemon brand and culture through networking and creating opportunities. Their focus is on connecting community athletes to the stores and driving the retail business. They are the true community expert, and work based on regional and store needs to truly complement all regional initiatives.

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA1/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=LULU&cws=1&rid=1712

64.) Animal Control Officer, Anchorage Animal Care and Control, Anchorage, AK

http://www.jobcentral.com/viewjob.asp?sjobid=AK0105375

65.) Head Cook-North Slope, Prudhoe Bay, AK

http://www.jobcentral.com/viewjob.asp?sjobid=AK0105307

66.) Baker-North Slope, North Slope, AK

http://www.jobcentral.com/viewjob.asp?sjobid=AK0105366

67.) Janitor – Conoco Phillips Building, Anchorage, AK

http://www.jobcentral.com/viewjob.asp?sjobid=AK0105369

*** Weekly Piracy Report:

30.06.2009: 0500 UTC: Posn: 11: 20N, 017: 15W: off Guinea Bissau.

12 armed pirates in a boat attempted to board a general cargo ship underway. Due to the quick action and anti-piracy measures by the master and ship crews, the pirates were unable to board and aborted their attempt.

29.06.2009: 2330 LT: Cochin oil terminal: India.

While discharging alongside at the oil terminal, in heavy rain, D/O noticed some movements on the forecastle deck. He ordered the deck watchmen to check. Upon arrival they noticed three robbers stealing ship’s stores. Realising they have been noticed, robbers jumped overboard into a waiting boat and escaped with ship’s stores.

27.06.2009: 2200 UTC: fairway buoy, Lagos, Nigeria.

Armed robbers attempted to board an anchored bulk carrier using hooks and ropes. Noticing the robbers the ship’s crew tried to drive away the attackers. One robber managed to board but was forced back. In the attempt to board the robbers fired automatic weapons on the ship injuring three crew members. The injured were later sent ashore for medical treatment.

22.06.2009: 1600 LT: Posn: 01: 08N, 103: 35E: off Nipa Shoal, Singapore straits.

Seven pirates, in a small wooden boat armed with automatic weapons approached a salvage tug underway. The crew immediately retreated into the accommodation and locked themselves. Emergency alarm sounded. Master reported to Singapore port control and VTIS west. Three pirates boarded the tug and tried to enter the accommodation but gave up after 10 minutes. they left the tug and were reported to have headed south. Crew safe. Nothing stolen.

29.06.2009: 0200 UTC: Posn: 05:12.98N– 004:02.98W, Abidjan anchorage, Ivory Coast.

Four armed robbers in a boat came close to a bulk carrier at anchor. Two robbers boarded and were cutting the ship line when the alert duty watch man sighted and shouted at the men and also reported to the duty officer. One robber approached the duty watchman with a long knife. The duty watchman ran away and the ship’s alarm was raised. Robbers escaped. No injuries to crew and nothing stolen.

27.06.2009: 0040 LT: Posn: 02:47.1N – 105:07.6E, Off Pulau Mangkai, South China Sea.

Six pirates armed with knives, crowbars and batons boarded an LPG tanker underway. Master, 2/O and duty A/B negotiated with the pirates not to harm anyone and gave everything as demanded by them. The pirates tied them up, stole their personal belongings and cash and escaped in a canoe craft. Alarm raised, SSAS activated and crew mustered. No injuries to crew.

25.06.2009: 1930 UTC: Posn: 02:58N – 105: 11E: vicinity of Mangkai islands, Indonesia.

Eight pirates armed with long knives boarded a general cargo ship underway. They held hostage AB and 2/O on watch. Pirates stole cash and crew belongings and escaped in a small boat.

25.06.2009: 2140 LT: Posn: 02:58.3N-105:14.2E: vicinity of Mangkai islands, Indonesia.

Five pirates armed with long knives boarded a general cargo ship underway. They stole crew cash and personal belongings and escaped in a small boat.

24.06.2009: 1930 UTC: Posn: 01:20.2S – 117:02.8E, Balikpapan outer anchorage, Indonesia.

Two robbers in a small boat attempted to board a bulk carrier at anchor. Alert crew raised alarm, whistle sounded and crew mustered. The robbers aborted the attempt and escaped. Pilot station informed.

22.06.2009: 0610 UTC: Posn: 13:29.10N – 050:20.50E: Gulf of Aden.

Pirates in white hull skiffs armed with guns and RPG approached a crude oil tanker from the stbd side and fired RPG rounds towards the tanker. Tanker raised alarm, activated fire pumps and contacted warships. A warship advised tanker that it was proceeding to assist. On seeing the warships the pirates aborted the attack.

22.06.2009: 0550 UTC: Posn: 13:33N – 050:19E: Gulf of Aden.

Four skiffs with pirates armed with guns and RPG chased a general cargo ship and opened fire at it. Ship increased speed, made evasive manoeuvres, contacted coalition warships in the vicinity and released dunnage bundles along with sharply cut empty drums. Vessel also threw sawdust over side which resulted in the pirates’ visibility being hampered. In the meanwhile coalition warships were in attendance and the pirates aborted the attack. The coalition warships stopped the skiffs and confiscated the weapons.

*** From Mar-Ex News:

On June 09, 2009 at around 1400 hrs in calm sea state, AD22 launched its Starboard lifeboat with a crew compliment of 7 persons for a periodic sea trial test. The lifeboat was successfully launched and sailed for 20 minutes. At the conclusion of the test, the lifeboat was re-connected to the davit pendant lines for recovery and stowing. After doing a short load test out of the water, the boat was winched / hoisted by the crew. When the lifeboat was approximately 2 feet from stowing position, the aft pendant hook inadvertently released causing the lifeboat to swing on the foreword pendant, which also released causing the lifeboat to fall in the sea from a height of 65 feet.

The investigation to determine the cause of the accidental release in progress. One person been declared dead upon arrival to the hospital, one in critical condition, and five with various injuries.

See the video.

http://www.maritime-executive.com/article/2009-07-02-ad22-lifeboat-sea-trial-fatal-accident/

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