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JOTW 05-2010

1 February 2010

www.nedsjotw.com

“The earth also is spherical, since it presses upon its center from every direction.”

– Nicolaus Copernicus

This issue of your JOTW newsletter is coming to you from Seoul, Republic of Korea, Land of the Morning Calm.

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In this issue:

(To view these jobs, scroll down to the listings in the content of this newsletter)

*** One Paragraph Pitch

1.) DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Office of the Chancellor, The California State University, Long Beach, CA

2.) Public Affairs Specialist, MWH Global Sacramento, CA

3.) Yahoo! News Chief Editor, Yahoo! Inc, Washington, DC

4.) Public Affairs Program Manager, E.I. DuPont De Nemours & Company, Wilmington, DE

5.) Public Relations Director, UAW, Detroit, MI

6.) AMA – Corporate Communications Manager, Madison Gas and Electric, Madison, WI (offered by QTI Professional Staffing)

7.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico

8.) Public Affairs – Director, Financial Services Group, The Glover Park Group, Washington, DC

9.) Administrative Assistant, Corporate Communications, Wyndham International, Parsippany, NJ

10.) Vice President of Marketing, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, New York, NY

11.) Public Relations Manager, Stowe Mountain Lodge, Stowe, VT

12.) Corporate Marketing Professional Writer for Unisys Security Portfolio, Unisys, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania

13.) Corporate Internal Communications Manager, Belkin International, Playa Vista, CA

14.) Communications Coordinator, Sutherland, Washington, DC

15.) Director, External Affairs, First Wind, Washington, DC

16.) Sr. Public Affairs Specialist, Logistics Management Institute, Mclean, VA

17.) Sr. Public Affairs Manager, Pioneer Hi-bred, Dallas Center, IA

18.) Vice President for Marketing, The New York Botanical Garden, New York City 19.) Product Communications Intern, Save the Children Alliance, London, UK

20.) Online Marketing Coordinator (Part-time), IDEA, Arlington, VA

21.) Vice President of Communications & Marketing, The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), Washington, DC

22.) ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Bethesda, MD

23.) Corporate Communications Intern, Hess Corporation, Woodbridge, NJ

24.) Chief External Affairs Officer, Jumpstart, Cleveland, Ohio

25.) Communications and Audiovisual Coordinator, Médecins Sans Frontières, Brussels, Belgium

26.) Associate Director of Communications, Genetic Alliance, Washington, DC

27.) Associate Communications Director, Corporate Accountability International, Boston, Massachusetts

28.) Account Executive, JFK Communications, Princeton, NJ

29.) New Media & Corporate Communications Coordinator, University Medical Center at Princeton, Princeton, NJ

30.) Mid-level PR Consultant (pt), Quick Thinking Communications, Brookvale, Northern Beaches, NSW, Australia

31.) Online Communications Specialist, International Republican Institute, Washington, D.C

32.) Deputy Press Secretary, International Republican Institute, Washington, D.C

33.) Marketing/Outreach Director, Bay Nature Institute, Berkeley, California

34.) Communications Specialist, Harris Corp., Dulles, VA

35.) Corporate communications manager, Philadelphia Insurance Companies, Bala Cywnwyd, PA

36.) Public Relations Intern, Transition Town Media, Media, PA

37.) Sr. Employee Communications Specialist (Freelance), Tipton Communications, Newark, DE

38.) Communications Director, American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, Harrisburg, PA

39.) Senior Associate, Sage Communications Partners, Philadelphia, PA

40.) Director of Marketing, West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

41.) Public Affairs Specialist, National Park Service, Department Of The Interior, Grand Teton National Park, WY

42.) Communication and Public Affairs Officer, City of Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ

43.) Vice President, Public Affairs, MWW Group, Washington, District of Columbia

44.) Media Manager, Cancer Council Australia, Sydney, NSW, Australia

45.) Health Communication Fellowship, Association for Prevention Teaching and Research (APTR), Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Rockville, MD

46.) Chief Development and Communications Officer, American Federation for Aging Research, New York, New York

47.) Program & Communications Manager (2010016), International Relief and Development, Inc., Kabul, Afghanistan

48.) Media Planner, Moxie Interactive, Atlanta, Georgia

49.) Bilingual Graphics / Writing Specialist (Fluent in both English and Spanish), Telvent DTN, Burnsville, Minnesota

50.) Director of External Affairs, NYC Leadership Academy, Long Island City, New York

51.) Communications Manager, Apunipima Cape York Health Council, Cairns, Queensland, Australia

52.) PUBLIC AFFAIRS MANAGER, USEC, Piketon, OH

53.) Public Affairs Specialist, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Albuquerque, NM

54.) National Account Executive, Harvest Communications, Chicago Illinois

55.) Cramer-Krasselt, Account Executive, Chicago Illinois

56.) Communications Specialist, Tellabs, Naperville, IL

57.) Vice President of Communications, International Fund for Animal Welfare, Yarmouth Port, MA

58.) Communications Manager, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at Maryland, College Park, MD

59.) Marketing Communications Manager, Becton Dickinson & Company (BD), Baltimore, MD

60.) Manager – Broadcast Creative, The Home Depot, Atlanta, GA

61.) Multimedia Coordinator/ Office Manager, Billboard.com, New York, NY

62.) Account Manager/ Junior Account Manager, LIME Public Relations + Promotion , NY, NY

63.) Media Affairs Specialist, Society for Human Resource Management, Alexandria, VA

64.) Executive Producer, LX-TV, General Electric (NBC Universal), NY, NY 65.) Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Communications and External Affairs

Communications and External Affairs, The New School, NY, NY

66.) Director of Marketing and Communications, American Paint Horse Association, Fort Worth, Texas

67.) Vice President for Communications, The University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

68.) Manager, Corporate Communications (External communications and PR focus), CSL Behring, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, US

69.) Manager, Corporate Communications (online and change management communications focus), CSL Behring, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, US

70.) Marketing Communications Coordinator, L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center, Los Angeles, CA

71.) Press Assistant, Motion Picture Association of America, Washington, DC

72.) Public Affairs Specialist, Transportation Security Administration, Department Of Homeland Security, Salt Lake City, UT

73.) GRAPHIC DESIGNER ASSOCIATE (WEB DESIGNER ASSOCIATE), Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

74.) PUBLIC INFORMATION SPECIALIST (WEB COPYWRITER), Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

75.) WEBMASTER (WEB DEVELOPER), Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

76.) GRAPHIC DESIGNER (SENIOR GRAPHIC DESIGNER), Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

77.) Assistant Marketing Communications Manager, Dorman Products, Colmar, PA

78.) Executive Director, Tahoe Rim Trail, Lake Tahoe

79.) DETENTION AND REMOVAL ASSISTANT (OA), Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Department Of Homeland Security, COLUMBIA, SC

*** Weekly Piracy Report

…and more! Scroll down and see them all!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

I am a communicator with 5+ years of experience on the grassroots, local, state and national levels. As a former appointee at the Department of Labor, I oversaw public affairs for 4 federal offices and agencies. I was deputy communications director for a Congressman, have worked for business interests in Washington, and I have vast and significant campaign experience. I am experienced with traditional and new media, websites, and web 2.0. If any of your readers need a utility infielder that is ready to take the field, have them contact this team player at otto.heck@gmail.com or by phone at 262-327-6886.

Otto Heck

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

Professional communicator seeks adventurous man who wants to share his intellect, talents and future experiences with a dynamic, funny, interesting career woman. Life has blessed me with varied life experiences in many locales. I’ve enjoyed the east and west coasts and a few places in between. The Phoenix metro area has been my adopted home since 1996. Several things light my fire – travel, photography, cars, conversation, movies and unique experiences. Not necessarily in that order! I’m a stable person with a good life and two great rescued dogs who is in search of someone who would delight in surprising me…and someone who enjoys surprises. *** Ned’s rules say I must indicate the celebrity I most resemble. As a left-handed red head, I'm all original! I’ve been told I have Sarah, Duchess of York’s hair and Jodie Foster’s eyes…if only Jodie’s eyes were green. So, there you have it – left-handed, green-eyed, red-headed Kommunicator in Search of a Special Someone. Replies to hfmphotographer (at) gmail.com.

*** Fast-Track Master of Science in Corporate and Organizational Communication:

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The Fast-Track Master of Science in Corporate and Organizational Communication from Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies, a 12-month 100% online program, prepares graduates with the skills to develop, manage and evaluate global communications.

For more information, visit www.northeastern.edu/cps/FastTrack_MSOrgComm/ or call 1.877.668.7727.

*** About the London speechwriter job:

FYI…this job does look interesting, but to apply for it or ANY job on this site, you have to have a VISA.

(Yes. Obviously there are many jobs and not all will apply to everyone.)

*** March 9-10, New York City: Is your intranet dead or alive? Fire it up at INTRANET INSIDER WORLD TOUR LIVE 2010: Making Enterprise 2.0 Work. Learn how to get the intranet basics right (governance, buy in, usability, etc.), plus how to start down the Enterprise 2.0 journey with blogs, wikis, internal social networks, podcasts and video. Learn what leading edge companies such as IBM, ESPN, Alcatel-Lucent, Deloitte and EMC are doing to “socialize” their intranets for communication, collaboration and bottom-line success. Register today with promo code jotw10 to receive $200 off registration.

BUILDING AND PROTECTING REPUTATION 2010: Executive Communications and Speechwriting in the New Media Age, Scottsdale, Arizona Feb 24-25, 2010. http://www.communitelligence.com/content/ahpg.cfm?spgid=380&full=1

INTRANET INSIDER WORLD TOUR 2010: Making Enterprise 2.0 Work, March 9-10, New York City http://www.communitelligence.com/content/ahpg.cfm?spgid=391&full=1

*** The JOTW 2010 Survey:

The 2010 JOTW Survey is underway. Take the survey at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/6F87FD3.

We have some awesome prizes which will be awarded to names drawn at random from among those who participate. These are great, and in some cases unique prizes, so this is a good reason to take the survey. Another good reason is to help me out, for which I thank you in advance.

Check out the prizes:

1.) A limited edition feature-length documentary from Virginia A. Williams

2.) One month of counseling of heath and wellness counseling Jodi Krizer Graber

3.) One year IABC membership

4.) One free registration for the IABC March web seminar with Steve Crescenzo

5.) Limited-edition live CD from Greg Marsh

6.) Original Scottish Country dance in honor of this prizewinner from Ellen Ternes

7.) 6 free 2010 jewel case desk calendars from zodiac printing

8.) Free registration and display table at South Jersey or Philadelphia eWomenNetwork event from Marilyn Kleinberg

9.) Taylor Technologies Spa/Pool Water Test Kit from Pat Taylor

10.) One hour of business coaching with Coach Vickie Bevenour

11.) Complimentary Webinar Registrations from Dave Van de Walle at Area 224

12.) Don’t Talk to the Media 29-Day Media Training Program from Gerard Braud

13.) Gregg Feistman’s new novel, The War Merchants

14.) Free registration to an upcoming Communitelligence webinar from John Gerstner:

http://www.nedsjotw.com/blog/_archives/2009/12/21/4409611.html

*** Rental Car conundrum:

Got any tricks for saving money or getting better deals on rental cars. One suggestion is to go to off-airport operations, or less known brands. I disagree on both.

Is it best to book your car when you book your flight? Or shop around?

What do you think? Send rental car comments to Ned at lundquist989@cs.com for inclusion in the February issue of “Your Very Next Step.”

*** NEW FRONTIERS IN STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION

Please join IABC/Washington for this strategy pow-wow, featuring

– Christine Nyirjesy Bragale, ABC, managing director at Weber Merritt Public Affairs, and

– Jeffrey Brooke, ABC, director of employee communication at the United States Government Printing Office.

These longtime chapter members will walk you through the grind of some of the best communication practices you can use it in your daily work. Not only will you refresh your memory, you're also going to learn from real-life implications of strategic communication by looking at the Best-of-the-Best-Winning 2009 Silver Inkwell entry, executed by Jeffrey Brooke's team.

Don't worry; it's not your grandma's strategy! As always, we'll provide a fun and relaxing atmosphere to network with your communication comrades. So what are you waiting for? Sign up today and strategize away!

For more information and to register, please visit http://www.iabcwashington.org/calendar/event_100211.html

*** Applied Research Project:

Hello all, I hope this email finds you well. It's finally that time… and I'm a few months away from graduation.

Currently, I’m conducting research around the existing and planned marketing practices of small businesses as part of my Applied Research Project (Master’s Thesis), the last step towards completion of my Master's of Science in Marketing degree from Johns Hopkins University.

I know that many of you are not small business owners (but some of you are!) and may not work for small businesses. But–I'm counting on the fact that many of you probably know one or more small business owners, or actually work for a small business and have insight into their marketing practices. (The Small Business Administration defines a small business as an “independent business having fewer than 500 employees”) I need several hundred responses, can you please take or forward this 5 minute survey?

Click here to begin: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XG2WZMW

Please be assured that survey input is anonymous and will be reported upon in the aggregate (in other words, lumped together and reported upon as part of a group).

And please let me know if you have any questions or comments relative to this survey and my project.

Thanks,

Heather Simpson

Johns Hopkins University Master of Marketing Candidate May 2010

*** From Sheila Page:

Hi All-

The USDA Graduate school is looking for instructors in a wide range of areas if you are interested.

Overview Page

http://graduateschool.edu/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=126&Itemid=154

Opening List

http://graduateschool.edu/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=127&Itemid=

Best, Sheila

*** February 2010 is an IABC Worldwide Membership Month!

This means that if you're a new or lapsed member who joins or re-joins IABC, we'll waive the application fee (US$40/CDN$44 for faxed/mailed/phoned enrollments;

US$30/CDN$33 for Internet enrollments). Please remember: your

application must be *received* at the San Francisco Headquarters office

during the month of February to qualify.

Join now by visiting http://www.iabc.com/join or calling 1.800.776.4222

or +1 415.544.4700.

*** Let’s get to the jobs:

*** From Desi Ballat:

Please post the following in your Job of the Week listing:

Regards,

Desi Ballat

The California State University, Office of the Chancellor

1.) DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Office of the Chancellor, The California State University, Long Beach, CA

Position:

The California State University, Office of the Chancellor, is seeking a Digital Communications Manager to support the CSU’s mission and its goals.

Duties:

Under general direction of the Assistance Vice Chancellor, Communications, the Digital Communications Manager will: lead, train, manage, mentor and develop web staff; develop, implement and lead the web strategy to support the CSU’s goals and priorities and translate the strategy into high-impact websites; provide expert content and technical leadership and project management for CSU’s internal and external presence; apply an extensive knowledge of web trends, website tools and features, social media, and new ways to leverage technologies; develop, create, implement, measure and manage websites that serve as the primary course of communication between and among the CSU and its key communities; work closely with Chancellor’s Office divisions and departments on creating websites and digital communications, providing content and technical leadership and advising on ways to leverage social media; assure quality control of websites by educating clients about (and monitoring adherence to) CSU web guidelines and graphic identity, accessibility standards and W3C Web standards; assist in development of other digital communications projects such as targeted newsletters, blogs, e-advocacy tools, outreach, marketing, etc.

Requirements:

This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in communications or related field; a minimum of five years experience in a related area is required; advanced knowledge of website development (internets and intranets), graphics programs and content management systems; broad understanding of technical issues, including server and operating system environments as they relate to website operation; demonstrated intermediate to advanced knowledge of HTML, CSS, Photoshop, Flash, JavaScript, SharePoint, and other Microsoft Office products; knowledge of branding and working within a graphic identity system; knowledge and demonstrated experience using social media tools; knowledge and experience with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to improve website traffic; demonstrated experience with usability testing, market research and analysis; familiarity with and understanding of how to apply web accessibility standards (Section 508); demonstrated strong project management experience including ability to prioritize and track complex projects and competing deadlines; demonstrated organizational and time management skills; ability to work quickly and efficiently; excellent interpersonal, facilitation and written and oral communications skills, and the ability to provide responsive customer; ability to work collaboratively and as a member of various teams in proving effective leadership and guidance; experience managing employees, vendors and freelancers.

(Administrator II)

Communications

Requisition # 000723

The California State University

Office of the Chancellor,

401 Golden Shore

Long Beach, CA 90802-4210

(562) 951-4070

To apply online, please go to: http://www.calstate.edu/hrs/jobs.shtml. We do not accept hard copies and faxed resumes. Resumes will be accepted until February 4, 2010 or until job posting is removed. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. The California State University, Office of the Chancellor, is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ADA employer.

2.) Public Affairs Specialist, MWH Global Sacramento, CA

https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=171847

3.) Yahoo! News Chief Editor, Yahoo! Inc, Washington, DC

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/job-JU3B71GFG3K

4.) Public Affairs Program Manager, E.I. DuPont De Nemours & Company, Wilmington, DE

http://www.job.com/my.job/search/page=jobview/pt=2/key=47894526/

*** From Christine Moroski:

Can you post this?

Christine Moroski

Assistant Director

UAW Public Relations

5.) Public Relations Director, UAW, Detroit, MI

The International Union, UAW seeks a senior communications professional to serve as director of the union’s Public Relations Department.

The successful candidate will have five or more years of progressively increasing responsibility in strategic communications. S/he will be a strong, versatile writer with a demonstrated track record of planning, executing and supervising communications activities for multiple audiences in various platforms, including print, Web, video and social media.

The UAW Public Relations director reports directly to the president of the UAW and supervises a staff of six professionals and three support staff. The mission of the Public Relations Department is to support UAW officers, regional directors, local union leaders and union members in carrying out successful bargaining, organizing and political campaigns.

The UAW, one of the nation’s most diverse unions, has more than one million active and retired members, including workers in manufacturing, gaming, health care, higher education, public service and other sectors.

The union is involved in a broad range of public policy issues, including health care, pensions, workers’ rights in the United States and abroad, international trade, climate change, green jobs and U.S. manufacturing policy.

The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating the efforts of the UAW Public Relations staff, as well as outside vendors to communicate effectively about UAW activities and key public policy issues to a diverse set of audiences, including UAW members and their families, potential union members, elected officials, policy makers, business executives, journalists and other key opinion leaders.

Specific responsibilities will include:

Media relations

• Planning and implementing earned media strategies to win earned media for UAW collective bargaining, organizing, legislative and political advocacy campaigns, as well as charitable and community activities, and union conventions and conferences.

• Media training for UAW officers, leaders and members, as well as initiating, scheduling and preparing for media appearances and responding to media inquiries.

• Building and maintaining relationships with news media who regularly cover the UAW and UAW-represented industries.

Public opinion and polling

Selection and supervision of qualified firms to conduct periodic polls and focus groups on issues of concern to UAW members and working families.

Advertising

Selection and supervision of qualified firms to produce print, radio, TV and Internet advertising to support UAW organizing, bargaining and advocacy campaigns. During congressional and presidential election years, the UAW frequently produces advertisements in support of union-endorsed candidates for public office.

The Public Relations director also supervises conception, execution and production of in-house advertising materials produced by UAW Public Relations staff, where appropriate.

Speechwriting for UAW officers, regional directors and leaders.

Drafting and editing of talking points, press releases, brochures, Web site copy, fliers and other publicity materials on behalf of the union and its members.

Supervision of UAW print, Web site and video communications, including:

• Solidarity magazine, the union’s flagship publication, which circulates to more than one million active and retired members.

• UAW.org, the union’s official Web site.

• Recruitment videos, based on interviews with current and potential UAW members, intended to communicate the benefits of UAW membership.

• Special publications, including media guides, conference and convention reports, and the UAW political and legislative handbook.

Development of effective new media strategies, including e-mail advocacy campaigns, use of social media tools to support UAW communication objectives, continued improvement of uaw.org, and development of unique Web sites to support specific UAW campaigns.

Supervision of support for UAW local union communicators, through the UAW-Local Union Press Association (UAW-LUPA). This includes an annual training conference for UAW editors and webmasters, as well as a members-only Web site which provides content for use by UAW local unions in their own publications.

Candidates with experience in a senior communications position with labor, community environmental and advocacy organization will be well-suited for this position, but candidates with diverse backgrounds are also encouraged to apply.

Excellent compensation, including health care and retirement benefits.

Interested candidates should submit three samples of diverse communications materials (ads, speeches, videos, URLs) which highlight their best work, and three references to:

Christine Moroski

UAW Public Relations Department

8000 E. Jefferson Ave.

Detroit, MI 48214

The application deadline is Feb. 5, 2010.

*** From Bridget Serchak:

6.) AMA – Corporate Communications Manager, Madison Gas and Electric, Madison, WI (offered by QTI Professional Staffing)

http://careercenter.aaaa.org/jobdetail.cfm?job=3284708

7.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico

http://www.jobtarget.com/link.cfm?c=8uJuPfVxbVXQ

8.) Public Affairs – Director, Financial Services Group, The Glover Park Group, Washington, DC

http://jobs.prweekjobs.com/careers/jobsearch/detail/jobId/21910815

9.) Administrative Assistant, Corporate Communications, Wyndham International, Parsippany, NJ

http://www.job.com/my.job/search/page=jobview/pt=2/key=47817038/

10.) Vice President of Marketing, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, New York, NY

http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=19776

*** From Mark Sofman:

11.) Public Relations Manager, Stowe Mountain Lodge, Stowe, VT

http://www.cytiva.com/dest/DetailDest.asp?dest9250

12.) Corporate Marketing Professional Writer for Unisys Security Portfolio, Unisys, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania

http://www.hirediversity.com/jobseekers/jobs/view.asp?ID=2677336

*** From Bill Tavani:

13.) Corporate Internal Communications Manager, Belkin International, Playa Vista, CA

Belkin International, a $1.2B global consumer electronics company, wants to fill a search assignment for a Corporate Internal Communications Manager in the west Los Angeles area (new HQ in Playa Vista). This person would develop, implement and manage comprehensive communications plans and programs to engage and motivate employees as well as collaborate and advise business leaders on the most effective communications strategies and tactics for delivering key messages to internal audiences.

We are looking for a KEY performer with a proven record of relevant internal communications program design and implementation expertise within a large growing company.

Feel free to reply by whatever method of communication works best for you. I can be contacted direct (from 9:00am to 9:00pm PST) at 310-604-2495 to discuss in more detail or can be reached via email at brian.smith@belkin.com.

Brian Smith

Belkin International

mobile – 951-256-0265

14.) Communications Coordinator, Sutherland, Washington, DC

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/job-JIKDV5Y4I1I

15.) Director, External Affairs, First Wind, Washington, DC

http://dc-jobs.jobfox.com/legal/attorney/director-external-affairs/35d2b16b-2e53-455f-82d1-dbe48883fe40

16.) Sr. Public Affairs Specialist, Logistics Management Institute, Mclean, VA

http://hostedjobs.openhire.com/epostings/submit.cfm?fuseaction=app.dspjob&jobid=304285&company_id=15575&jobboardid=1184

17.) Sr. Public Affairs Manager, Pioneer Hi-bred, Dallas Center, IA

http://www.hospitalityjobsite.com/job.asp?id=22044805&aff=5B69D171-E6DF-4407-9864-3092BB91A6F2

18.) Vice President for Marketing, The New York Botanical Garden, New York City

http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=19777

19.) Product Communications Intern, Save the Children Alliance, London, UK

Closing Date – 22 Feb 2010

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

*** From Rita Hagopian:

Hi Ned,

I’d like to post this part-time marketing job on your site:

Please respond to: Rita Hagopian, Director, Sales and Marketing at rhagopian@idea-esolutions.com (will not consider without both resume and cover letter)

Thanks,

Rita Hagopian

IDEA

Director, Sales and Marketing

2461 South Clark St., Suite 450

Arlington, VA 22202

F: (703) 562-4629

20.) Online Marketing Coordinator (Part-time), IDEA, Arlington, VA

FUNCTION: To assist the Sales and Marketing Department with daily tasks regarding online marketing with a focus on the organization’s websites, email campaigns, customer relationship management (CRM) database, research and reporting.

DESCRIPTION:

• Proactively maintain the currency and accuracy of the organization’s websites: main website, customer portal, and IDEA E-Biz Forum (annual company event) website

o Become an expert in the organization’s Content Management System (CMS)

o Support in traffic reporting and implementing online enhancements to improve site performance

o Monitor lead generation and contact web forms to ensure proper workflow within CRM system

• Implement email marketing campaigns from start to finish

o Maintain and assist in growth of IDEA subscription lists and email database

o Perform searches and develop list segments using and/or criteria

o Develop creative for targeted campaigns using HTML editor

o Test, send and prepare tracking reports on email campaigns utilizing online marketing and CRM software

• Help test and report results of other web marketing efforts including banner advertising, paid search marketing and search engine optimization

• Assist with communications projects to improve IDEA’s market position

o Compose announcements and execute company eNewsletter

o Monitor press announcements in trade publications and maintain press calendar

o Assist with projects to increase media coverage

• Assist event committee with annual event preparations and promotions

o Coordinate execution of direct mail promotions and design projects

o Prepare and report on email campaigns to help grow attendance and sponsor/exhibitor participation

o Organize and research items associated with event logistics and promotional items

o Contribute creative ideas to increase event revenue

• Assist with special projects as they arise

REQUIREMENTS:

• Bachelor's degree in Communications, Marketing, Journalism, Advertising or a related discipline (minimum 3.0 GPA in related major)

• Minimum three years of related experience in Marketing and/or Communications

• Passionate about quality and devoted to detail

• Strong creative, technical, organizational and personal skills

• Strong writing, communication and proofreading skills

• Strong Microsoft Office skills

• Experience with Adobe Creative Suite (esp. InDesign), HTML editing software, email marketing software and CRM software is a plus

• Self-motivated, goal oriented, social personality, comfortable in a corporate environment

• • Fundamental knowledge of publishing and/or online marketing is beneficial.

If you are interested and qualify for this part-time position please forward cover letter and resume to Rita Hagopian, Director, Sales and Marketing, at rhagopian@idea-esolutions.com.

21.) Vice President of Communications & Marketing, The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), Washington, DC

http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=19775

*** From Alex Filip:

Ned,

Here is a great job for someone with strong admin skills and good

background working with media. CPSC is a really great place to work.

Alex Filip – Deputy Director, Public affairs

22.) ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Bethesda, MD

SUMMARY:

This position is located in the Office of Information and Public Affairs.

The selected candidate will provide administrative support and fundamental

media relations.

Make a Career Connection! We are looking for individuals who would like

to come to work for a small, independent regulatory agency dedicated to

saving lives. We work very hard to protect the public from the

unreasonable risk of injury and death from consumer products. Every U. S.

Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) employee is proud to be a part

of a team that works together to assure that the products you use every

day are safe. Consider a position at the CPSC as your career choice.

REQUIREMENTS:

All United States citizens may apply. U.S. Citizenship Required.

Background Investigation Required.

DESCRIPTION

Incumbent is assigned to the Office of Information and Public Affairs,

U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and performs office management,

administrative and secretarial support to the Director (Chief Press

Officer), Deputy Director, Public Affairs Specialists and provides

administrative support duties for the office.

Keeps Chief Press Officer's calendar and schedules appointments and

meetings on own initiative based on personal knowledge of office workload

and greets visitors for the Chief Press Officer.

Prepares, coordinates, and tracks all travel arrangements and information,

including vouchers, for the public affairs staff. Works with the CPSC's

travel office to determine travel costs and to problem solve conflicts.

Works with the office director to develop and manage budgets and tracks

all office expenditures and maintains databases, budget charts, and

spreadsheets as needed.

Handles procurement and coding of invoices for all supplies, materials,

and services. Maintains records and files on incoming correspondence and

other documents. Creates, oversees, and/or maintains office filing and

archiving database systems as well as types letters and memoranda and

drafts replies for supervisor's signature or for own signature.

Answers general inquiries from the press and public and gives readily

available public information to callers upon determination of their right

to receive it.

Opens and routes mail within the department and maintains control of

office correspondence by determining the action needed and passing on as

necessary. Escorts visitors, photographers and camera crews through CPSC.

Assists with preparation for events involving press and helps staff with

such events. Originates personnel matters and forms for the Chief Press

Officer's approval.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE

Ability to analyze routine facts to identify needed information, gather

pertinent facts and materials, recognize problems, organize information,

resolve procedural problems, work with media products and independently

compose routine program correspondence.

There is no substitution for specialized experience for this position.

Open Period: Mon., Jan. 25, to Mon., Feb. 08, 2010

Position Information: Full-Time Permanent

Series & Grade: GS-0303-09/09

Salary Range: 51,630.00 – 67,114.00 USD /year

APPLY: http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=85885319

23.) Corporate Communications Intern, Hess Corporation, Woodbridge, NJ

http://www.utilitiesjobs.com/job.asp?id=22456051&aff=5B69D171-E6DF-4407-9864-3092BB91A6F2

24.) Chief External Affairs Officer, Jumpstart, Cleveland, Ohio

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=282500019

25.) Communications and Audiovisual Coordinator, Médecins Sans Frontières, Brussels, Belgium

Closing Date – 21 Feb 2010

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7ZXL9X

*** From Tiphané Turpin:

Hi Ned,

Thank you for publishing the JOTW; it’s a great resource. I have a job for inclusion in a future newsletter:

26.) Associate Director of Communications, Genetic Alliance, Washington, DC

Send a resume, cover letter, two writing samples, references, and salary history to:

Lisa Wise, Chief Operating Officer: lwise@geneticalliance.org

Subject line: Associate Director of Communications

Applications accepted through February 26, 2010

Start Date: February or March 2010

Visit http://www.geneticalliance.org/jobs.assoc.comm.dir for the job description.

Thank you for your consideration.

Best regards,

Tiph

Tiphané Turpin, MA | Communications Manager

Genetic Alliance

4301 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 404

Washington, DC 20008

27.) Associate Communications Director, Corporate Accountability International, Boston, Massachusetts

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=272900009

*** From Asia N. Thompson:

Hello,

We’d like to post a job in the next news letter

Sincerely,

Asia N. Thompson

Assistant Account Executive

JFK Communications, Inc.

28.) Account Executive, JFK Communications, Princeton, NJ

Description: As an Account Executive at JFK Communications, you will be responsible for assisting in the management of ongoing public relations programs for key clients. You will be expected to play an active role in the planning and execution of daily activities, maintaining regular client contact, and overseeing projects to ensure that programs meet client expectations. Occasional travel to client meetings, medical congresses and off-site events will be included in these responsibilities. You will also be expected to work with the firm’s senior management team on organic growth of existing accounts and new business development efforts which includes researching and developing proposals and presentations, and participating in new business pitches. You will be expected to manage and mentor junior JFK colleagues, in addition to supervising freelance consultants and external vendors. Two to four years, healthcare communications agency experience preferred.

Respond by replying and sending resume and cover letter to dpatti@jfkhealth.com .

29.) New Media & Corporate Communications Coordinator, University Medical Center at Princeton, Princeton, NJ

http://www.allhealthcarejobs.com/aspx/JobPostingView.aspx?ja=Simplyhired&code=B21&jobid=647952

30.) Mid-level PR Consultant (pt), Quick Thinking Communications, Brookvale, Northern Beaches, NSW, Australia

Mid-level freelance PR consultant needed for boutique Northern Beaches agency, Quick Thinking Communications. Loads of flexibility offered in this mid-level, part-time/casual role focussed mainly around publicity for a diverse range of clients.

Your speed and accuracy will be your trademark as is your willingness to go the extra mile for clients.

You will have excellent writing skills, superb listening skills and are not afraid of picking up the phone to interview anyone from students to scientists or to pitch to journalists. Database management skills are a given.

The role can be tailored to school hours and would be 2-3 days per week initially at our modern, well-located Brookvale office with parking.

Send your CV, with hourly salary expectation, to Quick Thinking's Managing Director Sue Nelson: sue@qtcommunications.com. Learn more about Quick Thinking at: http://www.qtcommunications.com.

*** From Llara Nelson, PHR:

Dear Ned’s Job of the Week:

Here at the International Republican Institute we are looking for two new people in our communications department. Please see the jobs below. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Llara Nelson, PHR

HR Generalist

International Republican Institute

1225 I St NW, Suite 700

Washington, D.C. 20005

202-572-1519

lnelson@iri.org

First Job:

31.) Online Communications Specialist, International Republican Institute, Washington, D.C

Using the latest technologies, the communications web specialist will promote IRIs role in advancing democracy worldwide through the web. As a part of the communications department and working with the press secretary, the position will be responsible for developing, implementing and managing IRIs online strategy including, but not limited to, administration and maintenance of IRIs website using a content management system (CMS) and managing the use of new media platforms such as podcasts, social networking sites, blogs, etc.

The specialist will work with the publications coordinator and communications team to design, develop and manage content for www.iri.org including developing new media content, posting regular updates, features, photos, videos, etc. The specialist will assist in the development of additional online communications strategies as needed.

Qualifications and Requirements:

• Solid understanding of current and emerging online trends and tactics and an understanding of the role technology has as a communications tool.

• Solid understanding of web site content development and management and a solid understanding of fundamental tools used in online promotion and marketing, including web analytics.

• CMS management experience required. Drupal preferred. Need to be familiar with HTML and XML coding.

• Experience with Adobe Suite also desirable. Familiarity with video editing software also a plus.

• Detail-oriented individual with strong proofreading, writing, communication, computer and interpersonal skills.

• Passion for new web technologies, standards and best practices, i.e. site visibility, podcasting, management tools and related net technologies and protocols.

• Excellent organizational and decision-making skills and the ability to initiate work, manage multiple projects and set priorities independently.

• Undergraduate degree in multimedia, multimedia design, graphic design, marketing, communications or related fields.

• Two to three years of professional experience.

Job Duties:

• Create content for the web site: Collaborate with each international program to develop and maintain current content for the web site. Keep it fresh and updated with current news. Keep the pulse of IRIs programs and ensure their stories, video clips and news articles are highlighted.

• Increase web traffic: Research ways to build web traffic and generate repeat usage. Generate monthly reports to company of web traffic statistics and provide analysis for improvement.

• Social network management: Maintain the companys current corporate Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr sites. Promote use throughout the organization and other programs within the organization. Develop plans to target different audiences and promote content for specific groups.

• Develop video content: Work with program and communications staff to develop podcasts, increase use of taking video throughout organization, work with staff to develop interview series and coordinate editing.

Applicants must be able to provide documentation of employment eligibility.

If your skills and experience match, please apply through IRIs online application system by following this link https://home.eease.com/recruit/?id=487307. Please write your cover letter in the text resume box and upload a word or pdf document in the upload resume box. IRI is an equal opportunity employer.

Second Job:

32.) Deputy Press Secretary, International Republican Institute, Washington, D.C

The Deputy Press Secretary works with the Press Secretary and program staff to identify media opportunities and develop communications strategies. The Deputy Press Secretary will assist with the development of media plans that address the specific needs of IRIs programs.

The Deputy Press Secretary will assist the Press Secretary with overseeing the development and use of new media platforms including blogs, podcasts and social networking.

The Deputy Press Secretary is responsible for editing and drafting news releases and web features, in addition to helping to maintain www.iri.org. The Deputy assists with the management of media contacts and distribution lists. The Deputy Press Secretary will also assist in monitoring domestic and international media outlets for news regarding IRI, its Board of Directors, senior management, staff and other news of interest to IRI.

The Deputy Press Secretary will help plan and staff events and will assist with taking photos of IRI events and meetings for use in print material and on the web site.

Qualifications and Requirements:

Two to three years experience working with the media.

On the record experience with the media.

Two-three years working in a communications field.

Excellent written and oral communications and presentations skills in English.

Ability to manage projects and meet deadlines.

Ability to work well with people.

Ability to work on multiple projects.

Excellent organizational skills.

Applicants must be able to provide documentation of employment eligibility.

If your skills and experience match, please apply through IRIs online application system by following the link https://home.eease.com/recruit/?id=487050 . Please write your cover letter in the text resume box and upload a word or pdf document in the upload resume box. IRI is an equal opportunity employer.

33.) Marketing/Outreach Director, Bay Nature Institute, Berkeley, California

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=282800001

34.) Communications Specialist, Harris Corp., Dulles, VA

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/jobseeker/jobsearch/job_detail.html;_ylt=Al4Pcw4S.HxrJ1tUykjfSZaCRaIX

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

35.) Corporate communications manager, Philadelphia Insurance Companies, Bala Cywnwyd, PA

https://www.ultirecruit.com/MAG1001/jobboard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*CE995E331FF4BE19

36.) Public Relations Intern, Transition Town Media, Media, PA

Public Relations Intern opportunity: Transition Town Media is seeking

help communicating who we are and what we do. We are a local initiative

of a worldwide, all-volunteer, grassroots movement that seeks to develop

a positive, community-based response to increasing energy costs, climate

change challenges and the related economic instability. Our aim is to

build resilience by decreasing energy consumption and strengthening

local food, jobs, health care, economy, building and other skills. Media

PA is the Delaware County seat, a suburb of Philadelphia, and a small

town with a strong sense of community and a very forward-looking

attitude.

Contact: Applicants Please Come give us a hand; to apply, contact Sari

Steuber via e-mail at TransitionMedia@yahoo.com

37.) Sr. Employee Communications Specialist (Freelance), Tipton Communications, Newark, DE

Tipton Communications is seeking a freelance Sr. Employee Specialist.

We hire the very best people and the very best partners to make great

things happen for our customers. We are always looking for people who

share our vision and mission and have the imagination, intelligence, and

integrity to make a difference.

Contact: If you would like to explore opportunities to work together,

send your resume or an overview of your services and experience to

Tipton Communications at careers@tiptoncommunications.comor mail it to:

Careers, Tipton Communications, 220 Continental Drive, Suite 211,

Newark, DE 19713

38.) Communications Director, American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, Harrisburg, PA

American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is seeking a

Communications Director.

What's your motivation? Want satisfying work that makes a real

difference in people's lives? At the American Heart Association…we're

working to prevent, treat and defeat our nation's No. 1 killer,

cardiovascular disease. We have an excellent opportunity for a

Communications Director working out of our Harrisburg office.

Be a part of our lifesaving mission: “Building healthier Lives free of

cardiovascular diseases and stroke.”

The Communications Director will coordinate and administer an ongoing

media relations and marketing program with major print, broadcast and

electronic media for central and eastern Pennsylvania. Occasional nights

and weekends are required.

Responsibilities include: manage, plan, direct, control and implement

an aggressive communications and marketing program in the media markets,

with an emphasis on health communications, cause marketing, media

advocacy and support for fundraising events. Proactively pitch AHA

programs on a local and regional level, seek out additional media

opportunities in the assigned areas, and coordinate local media

sponsorships for AHA programs. Work with field volunteers and staff to

ensure effective local implementation of communications and marketing

initiatives.

Qualified candidates need to have:

– 3-5 experience in mass communications (print or electronic), public

relations/media relations or advertising

– Bachelor's degree in Communications or Business related area

– Strong media relations experience, including media sponsorship

negotiation and pitching to local TV, print and radio on an on-going

basis

– Proven ability to effectively manage a brand and market to diverse

audiences

– Written communications experience, including business writing and

news writing/editing for print and broadcast skills

– Access to reliable transportation

– Ability to travel within markets

Attracting talented, committed employees means offering a competitive

benefits package, ongoing professional development and training, and a

diverse and inclusive environment in which to work and grow. And we do.

Visit our career section on www.americanheart.org and click 'Benefits'

for more information.

The American Heart Association is committed to enhancing the diversity

of its volunteers and staff.

EOE M/F/V/D

Contact: Apply online at www.americanheart.org/careers. Candidates must

apply on-line as the AHA's recruitment process does not include the

utilization of fax or hard copy resumes. No phone calls please.

39.) Senior Associate, Sage Communications Partners, Philadelphia, PA

Sage Communications Partners seeks to hire a senior associate. Soon. A

senior associate is a pretty mundane title for an awesome job. Trust us,

being our SA (that sounds better, doesnt it?) not only puts your brain

to serious use every day, and not only boosts the number of important

people whose cell numbers you have, it gives you the chance to do some

worldly good.

At Sage, we mostly help foundations and non-profits say the things they

want to say. We work with them to develop better strategies for

communicating what they do; we write and edit reports they issue; we

train their staffs to deal with social media and whats left of

traditional media. We polish their web sites and advocate for their

issues. Sometimes, we help corporations do all those things, too, if

they want to increase attention about an issue or a cause they support.

Heres an example: We were hired by the City of Philadelphia to launch

its new campaign to make the city greener and more energy efficient.

Heres another: We worked with a great philanthropist to launch and now

run an online campaign that gives voters a place to scream about the

outdated gun laws in Pennsylvania. We tend to share views with the

organizations we have as clients.

REQUIREMENTS/SKILL SETS:

– 3 to 5 years experience in the communications field.

– Understanding of advocacy and public policy.

– Traditional and new media experience. Knows Facebook and other

social networking tools and strategies (And were not talking about your

own Facebook site.)

– Knowledge of local, state and national issues.

– Superb writing skills. (If you cant write well, fuhgeddaboudit.)

– Ability to multi-task.

– A disciplined and focused thinker. (Easily distracted? Not at Sage.)

– Self-deprecating humor is a plus. (Though we work hard, we like to

have fun.)

Salary is flexible since we plan to offer a compensation that fits the

best candidates experience.

WARNING FROM THE FEDERAL RESERVE: Given the unpredictability of the

economy and the nature of agency business, no jobs today are 100% solid.

We hope this job will be permanent and youll be with us until we

retire, but anyone telling you your job is secure is just fibbing.

Contact: Please send your resume and a cover letter with a salary range

to Barbara Beck at bbeck@sage-communications.com Please, no calls.

40.) Director of Marketing, West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=6442989

41.) Public Affairs Specialist, National Park Service, Department Of The Interior, Grand Teton National Park, WY

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/getjob.aspx?jobid=85814319

42.) Communication and Public Affairs Officer, City of Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ

http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/HR/Jobs/JP10022.asp

43.) Vice President, Public Affairs, MWW Group, Washington, District of Columbia

http://jobs-mwwgroup.icims.com/jobs/1249/job

44.) Media Manager, Cancer Council Australia, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Cancer Council Australia is the nation's leading independent not-for-profit cancer organisation, dedicated to preventing and controlling cancer and providing support for people affected by cancer and their families.

Working closely with our expert spokespeople and media network, the Media Manager promotes Cancer Council priorities and messages to consumer and health media, ensuring Cancer Council is first choice for media reporting on cancer.

Creating cut-through PR campaigns, maintaining strong media relationships and writing compelling editorial for print and web are all second nature, as is a working knowledge of and enthusiasm for new media.

Details on how to apply at http://www.cancer.org.au/employment. For further information contact the Director, Communications on 02-8063-4100. Applications close Monday, 8 February 2010.

*** From Kay Loughrey:

Hi Ed,

If you are still running the JOTW for professional communicators, could you post the information below about a health communication fellowship position opening?

Thanks!

Best regards,

Kay Loughrey

45.) Health Communication Fellowship, Association for Prevention Teaching and Research (APTR), Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Rockville, MD

ODPHP has a fellowship position (1-2 years) for someone who could coordinate the communication/outreach/marketing of Healthy People 2020, which will be launched later this year.

It would be a great career enhancing opportunity for a person who has these skills and would like to learn how to apply them in a Federal health policy context.

The announcement (http://aptrweb.org/prof_dev/fellowships_HCF.html) will be on the street for three weeks. We are eager to find someone who can start as soon as possible.

I hope you can help identify some of your best and brightest graduates or colleagues for this opportunity.

I’d be happy to discuss this with you if you have any questions or ideas.

Best regards,

Linda Harris

Linda M. Harris, PhD

Lead, Health Communication and ehealth Team

Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

HHS

240 453 8262

linda.harris@hhs.gov

46.) Chief Development and Communications Officer, American Federation for Aging Research, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=282000015

47.) Program & Communications Manager (2010016), International Relief and Development, Inc., Kabul, Afghanistan

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-822E4X

48.) Media Planner, Moxie Interactive, Atlanta, Georgia

http://careercenter.aaaa.org/jobdetail.cfm?job=3285641

49.) Bilingual Graphics / Writing Specialist (Fluent in both English and Spanish), Telvent DTN, Burnsville, Minnesota

http://careercenter.aaaa.org/jobdetail.cfm?job=3286713

50.) Director of External Affairs, NYC Leadership Academy, Long Island City, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=282000016

51.) Communications Manager, Apunipima Cape York Health Council, Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Established in 1994, Apunipima is an Aboriginal community controlled health organisation covering Cape York which has moved from an advocacy to primary health service delivery organisation. Our evidence-based systematic comprehensive primary health care model is underpinned by a ground up approach reflecting “for the people by the people”.

Our organisational culture focuses on ensuring our employees are equipped with the necessary skills and tools to meet their full potential and in turn provide the best culturally appropriate comprehensive primary health service possible to the people of Cape York. The Communications Manager is integral to achieving this by ensuring communications systems, standards and processes are robust and reflect the needs of Apunipima now and into the future.

Reporting to the Manager Organisational Development, with the implementation of accreditation (clinical and organisational), a priority will be to facilitate and support the review and development of new policies and procedures to ensure consistency with the strategic direction and focus of Apunipima, working closely with both management and staff to understand and reflect accurately the organisational needs. A number of initiatives are all ready in place including a website, intranet and general style guide and require your expert knowledge to enhance and capitalise on their benefits to Apunipima.

The Communications Manager will also develop a Communications Strategy that supports a community approach and the ongoing engagement of key stakeholders including the community, government agencies and high level political strategy support. The strategy will involve presenting clearly identified measurable objectives and recommendations to achieve them.

Previous experience in a Communications role combined with the ability to deliver quality outcomes is essential. Experience working with external government agencies and a knowledge and understanding of public relations, information technology and marketing are highly desirable. Experience working in an Indigenous organisation or health services will be highly regarded.

With future growth and a strategic, forward thinking management team this role is ideal for a Communications professional with the desire to make a difference. The position is based in Cairns with occasional travel to Cape York Communities.

An application pack which includes the position description and application process is available from: Human Resources, phone 07-4081-5642 or email hr@apunipima.org.au. To discuss this role in detail, please contact: Karen Mounsey on 07-4081-5640. Applications close 5pm Friday 5th February 2010. Apunipima is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

52.) PUBLIC AFFAIRS MANAGER, USEC, Piketon, OH

https://ohiomeansjobs.com/omj/jobseeker/jobsearch/posting.do?type=JOBORDER&id=506511

53.) Public Affairs Specialist, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Albuquerque, NM

http://federalgovernmentjobs.us/jobs/Public-Affairs-Specialist-1794377.html

*** From Kris Gallagher, ABC:

54.) National Account Executive, Harvest Communications, Chicago Illinois

Organization Profile

Harvest Interactive (www.harvest-communications.com) is the Interactive marketing division of Harvest Communications.

Job Overview

Interactive Marketing Technologies: An interactive direct marketing

company is looking for an ambitious professional to sell interactive

marketing solutions including Mobile Marketing, Interactive Online

Display Ads, Personalized URLs, Email Marketing widgets services and

more.

Job Description

This candidate will be responsible for business development and working

with clients to develop strategies using these techniques. Candidate

must have a strong marketing background, high sales acumen and enjoy

building relationships and closing a sale. This position will begin

reporting directly to the Director of Marketing.

Job Qualifications

Minimum 5 years business development experience, knowledge of both B2B

and B2C strategies, experience presenting to clients. Agency experience

helpful but not required. Minimal travel is required, car allowance and

business expenses covered.

Compensation & Benefits

Compensation dependent upon experience. Benefits include health, dental

insurance.

How To Apply

You may e-mail resume to careers@harvest-communications.com. In the

subject line of your e-mail, be sure to include “National Account

Executive – BSN.”

55.) Cramer-Krasselt, Account Executive, Chicago Illinois

Organization Profile

Rapidly growing Cramer-Krasselt (www.c-k.com) is the second-largest independent

marketing and communications agency in the U.S., with billings nearing

$1 billion and more than 500 employees. An Ad Age “Agency to Watch” two

years running, C-K is headquartered in Chicago, with offices in New

York, Milwaukee and Phoenix.

Job Overview

Cramer-Krasselt is currently looking to hire an Account Executive.

Job Description

Cramer-Krasselt is the agency that helped Corona surpass Heineken as the

number one imported beer, launched the first Porsche sports car for four

– the Panamera, drove sales of Ski-Doo snowmobiles past Polaris,

catapulted CareerBuilder.com past Monster, helped make [yellow tail]

America's top-selling wine, and created a pop-culture phenomenon with

its fresh take on pharmaceutical advertising for Rozerem. How do we do

it? We think big. Our creative breaks through the advertising clutter

because we counsel clients to speak in a different voice than their

competitors. Simply put, we discover insights that change the

conversation.

Job Qualifications

Requirements:

* Approximately 1-3 years Account Management or Project Management

experience.

* Strong production experience.

* Interactive experience is preferred.

* An optimistic, can-do attitude with strong interpersonal skills

and a collaborative spirit.

* Detail-oriented with the ability to think big picture.

* A strong work ethic.

Compensation & Benefits

Competitive. To be discussed at time of interview.

How To Apply

Please submit all resumes to jwick@c-k.com. In the subject line of your

e-mail, be sure to include “Account Executive – BSN.” EOE.

56.) Communications Specialist, Tellabs, Naperville, IL

Position Overview:

In this role, candidate will manage a variety of communications

activities targeted to employees (with some support for other areas),

including but not limited to:

-Manage Tellabs intranet, including managing editorial calendar, writing

and editing articles, assisting other departments with their pages, and

ensuring relevant, global content.

-Manage global Town Halls, including scheduling, content creation,

meeting wth executives, managing vendors, writing talking points and

Q&A.

-Manage employee giving programs, including matching gifts, yearly

giving campaign and volunteer programs. Serve as back up for community

relations and sponsorships.

-Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

2 years of experience in corporate communications. Excellent speaking

and writing skills. Must be comfortable working with executives and

managing vendors. Excellent SharePoint and PowerPoint skills. Bachelor's

degree in Communications, English, journalism or related field.

To Apply:

http://www.tellabs.com/careers/jobsearch.cfm (Search by Job ID for 7749)

Short link to job: http://bit.ly/4qblwi

57.) Vice President of Communications, International Fund for Animal Welfare, Yarmouth Port, MA

International Fund for Animal Welfare (www.IFAW.org)

“Saving animals in crisis around the world”

Purpose: Reporting to the CEO, the Vice President for Communications serves as the chief communications officer responsible for advancing IFAW's worldwide animal welfare programs and initiatives. Responsible for external communications, that includes the coordination and implementation of strategic branding, positioning, and integrated campaign communication plans. Advance IFAW through effective communication with various constituencies, informing, educating and garnering support on behalf of the organization.

Accountabilities/Responsibilities

. Develop and implement a comprehensive international communications plan that engages both external and internal audiences that convey IFAW's mission and strategic initiatives.

. Manage communication activities of the organization and maintain media contacts to promote public awareness. Work closely with program and country office staff when handling crisis communication. Proactively engage in active media relations.

. Work closely with the CEO and IFAW leadership to increase organizational visibility and impact. Develop relevant talking points for the CEO and other leaders as needed.

. Develop an international branding strategy as well as a management and implementation plan (including electronic and printed materials) that translates our vision, mission and positions to a highly recognizable brand that increases public awareness of and attracts support to IFAW. Work collaboratively with the offices of Philanthropy, Programs, International Operations to ensure cohesive brand message communications.

. Manage External Affairs staff to ensure that their work supports and enhances fundraising campaigns.

. Develop and maintain an understanding of IFAW's programmatic and priority campaigns to better promote the organization. Work with appropriate programmatic and country office staff to promote adherence to appropriate institutional messaging of campaigns in the local and broader international community.

. Provide media training and counsel to leadership, communications staff and country offices to convey key messages to relevant audiences that support IFAW's brand and message.

. Assure that all communications programs and related staffing levels and budgets are appropriate to accomplish stated goals and the long-term vision of IFAW and its leadership.

. Initiate pro-bono and discounted partnerships with media consultants, public relations and advertising agencies to develop cost effective marketing and branding materials.

. Design, implement and report on quantitative measures of the effectiveness of our strategic communication efforts.

Job Requirements

. Relevant degree in Marketing, Public Relations, Communications, Journalism, or equivalent. Advanced degree and international experience preferred.

. Ten years or more of senior level cross departmental marketing and communications experience within a non-profit institution is preferred. Relevant agency or for-profit experience considered.

. Expertise delivering brand messages to multi-cultural audiences.

. Demonstrated success managing media and journalistic relationships.

. Experience working with Senior Management on institutional strategic planning and organizational change.

. Leadership within a matrix-driven organization is preferred; ability to effectively collaborate across functions and geographies.

About Our Company IFAW is one of the world's leading animal welfare organizations with offices in 16 countries and a global headquarters on Cape Cod. IFAW is committed to improving the welfare of wild and domestic animals by reducing their commercial exploitation, protecting wildlife habitats, and assisting animals in distress – animals benefiting from the work of IFAW range from the tigers of Tibet to the dogs and cats of the United States. Please visit www.ifaw.org to learn more about the organization.

http://www.mediabistro.com/joblistings/jobview.asp?joid=95457&page=1

58.) Communications Manager, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at Maryland, College Park, MD

http://www.mediabistro.com/joblistings/jobview.asp?c=jfjlf&joid=95308

59.) Marketing Communications Manager, Becton Dickinson & Company (BD), Baltimore, MD

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/jobseeker/jobsearch/job_detail.html;_ylt=Aq3YVtnHNYZOL6Srmt47CLiCRaIX

60.) Manager – Broadcast Creative, The Home Depot, Atlanta, GA

http://www.mediabistro.com/joblistings/jobview.asp?joid=95708

61.) Multimedia Coordinator/ Office Manager, Billboard.com, New York, NY

http://www.mediabistro.com/joblistings/jobview.asp?joid=95698

62.) Account Manager/ Junior Account Manager, LIME Public Relations + Promotion , NY, NY

http://www.mediabistro.com/joblistings/jobview.asp?joid=95693

63.) Media Affairs Specialist, Society for Human Resource Management, Alexandria, VA

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=85986275&aid=4292464&WT.mc_n=JSAHG10

64.) Executive Producer, LX-TV, General Electric (NBC Universal), NY, NY

http://www.mediabistro.com/joblistings/jobview.asp?joid=95707

65.) Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Communications and External Affairs

Communications and External Affairs, The New School, NY, NY

The New School Communications and External Affairs (CEA) department is the university's in-house publicity, promotion, writing, design and web facility. Vibrant and fast-paced, the department matches the university's own forward-thinking spirit. CEA welcomes bright, innovative thinkers ready to meet the challenges of working for a large, urban university.

The Executive Assistant to the Vice President should be highly creative, dynamic, friendly, technically-savvy, and extremely organized. An independent thinker with an outgoing personality, good analytical skills and excellent judgment, the candidate must be a multi-tasker, able to manage multiple projects and responsibilities simultaneously. This is an ideal position for someone who enjoys the creative, the technical, and the organizational/administrative aspects of an office, feels comfortable working in a high-energy environment, and has an interest in pursuing a career in marketing, communications, design or publications. This position will work with sensitive or confidential information and a high level of discretion is required.

Responsibilities:

– Reports to the Vice President and assists CEA department Directors as needed.

– Oversees “front of house” operations for the Vice President's office, including reception area, greeting visitors, responding to “walk-in” inquiries, etc. With the Operations Manager, keeps the entire Communications and External Affairs office running smoothly.

– Primary liaison to IT: assists new staff with setting up computers, and establishing phone and email lines, and trouble-shoots problems with computers and mobile devices.

– Primary liaison to HR: assists Vice President and directors with hiring procedures, benefit issues, and staffing needs. Works with VP to fill out essential forms and oversees vacation schedules and time sheets for everyone in the department.

– Secondary liaison to the Budget office (supporting Operations Manager): helps assign funding codes to every invoice, balance a multi-million dollar budget, advise on funding availability.

– Assists colleagues in Marketing, Public Relations, Publications, Special Projects and Online Media with writing, making promotional calls, or events. May be asked to be part of a strategic or creative team as needed.

– Provides administrative support for meetings, events, or activities hosted by CEA.

– Manages the Vice President's schedule.

Requirements:

Qualifications

– Bachelors degree required.

– 2-3 years experience working in an office environment, preferably in a public relations, news or marketing office. Experience working in an educational, not-for-profit or cultural institution a plus.

– Pleasant and professional demeanor with excellent interpersonal, verbal, and organizational skills.

– Highly organized approach to work with the ability to juggle multiple tasks, to take initiative, follow-through, and exercise good professional judgment.

– Ability to take direction and work as a part of a team.

– Ability to write and speak in a clear and direct style. Experience writing letters and reports essential.

– Facility with numbers, spreadsheets and budgets.

– Experience with Mac platform, knowledge of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and familiarity with Quark XPress or InDesign helpful.

– Demonstrated ability installing software and using/maintaining mobile devices, laptops, and computers.

– High level of discretion.

– Excellent retention of information and an eye for details.

In addition to a dynamic and progressive work environment, The New School offers a competitive benefits package, including medical and dental insurance, retirement plans, flexible spending accounts and a tuition waiver. We encourage a healthy work/life balance and offer employee assistance services, health and well-being programs and over four weeks of vacation time per year.

Apply with us and discover the rewards and opportunities in working for a world-class, urban university.

The New School, as well as its individual academic divisions, is committed to a policy of equal opportunity in all its activities and programs, including employment and promotion. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, physical disabilities, veteran or marital status.

Contact:

The New School University

New York, NY

United States

Interested candidates must apply online at: http://careers.newschool.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=52115.

*** From Gina Kazimir:

If this wasn't located in Texas, I'd have to toss my hat into the ring! — Gina Kazimir

66.) Director of Marketing and Communications, American Paint Horse Association, Fort Worth, Texas

The American Paint Horse Association, the second largest stock horse association in the world, has an immediate opening for a marketing and communications professional in Fort Worth, Texas.

This position requires extensive experience in marketing, and a demonstrated ability to develop and implement strategic plans that support and advance the Association’s mission. This position also requires a thorough knowledge of all forms of print and electronic media.

This person must possess good communication skills with strong creative competence, good management techniques and the ability to give persuasive presentations.

He or she must also be willing to travel, multi-task and represent the Association at equine oriented events. This person will manage APHA gift shows and sponsorship/affiliation programs.

Strong leadership skills are necessary for the successful candidate with a proven track record of supervising and motivating staff members.

He or she must have a degree in marketing or related field with a minimum of 10 years experience. Knowledge of and a passion for the equine industry is preferred.

The American Paint Horse Association offers a competitive salary, a great benefits package including; 401(k) program, health and dental insurance, vacation, holidays and a stimulating working environment.

Candidates should send a cover letter and resume and samples to: 2800 Meacham Blvd., Fort Worth, TX 76137, Attn: Human Resources.

67.) Vice President for Communications, The University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

http://jobs.diversejobs.net/candidate/processcandviewjob?docid=A4014-0JW4

*** From Kelly Fox:

Ned,

Wanted to share two great openings in the CSL Behring corporate communications team. Please share this with the JOTW network. All the best to you! 🙂

Kelly Fox

Senior Manager, Corporate Communications

CSL Behring

At CSL Behring, we are passionate about improving the quality of life for people with immune deficiencies, hemophilia, von Willebrand disease and genetic emphysema. Our plasma-derived products also help prevent blood-related diseases in newborns and are used in cardiac surgery, organ transplantation and wound healing.

68.) Manager, Corporate Communications (External communications and PR focus), CSL Behring, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, US

This position will develop and manage the implementation of public relations plans, serve as media spokesperson for corporate inquiries, track effectiveness of outreach and more. You'll have the opportunity to work with people across a variety of functions in our global company and know that your work is helping to save and improve the lives of people with rare and serious diseases.

See the full position description and apply online at: http://tinyurl.com/yfhrcst

69.) Manager, Corporate Communications (online and change management communications focus), CSL Behring, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, US

This position is a great opportunity for someone who specializes in online communications and change management. You'll have the opportunity to work with people across a variety of functions in our global company and know that your work is helping to save and improve the lives of people with rare and serious diseases.

See the full position description and apply online at: http://tinyurl.com/y8ld3jw

*** From Jim Key:

Hi Ned –

Thanks so much, in advance, for including this listing in JOTW

Jim

70.) Marketing Communications Coordinator, L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center, Los Angeles, CA

L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center Career Opportunity,

I. JOB SUMMARY

The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center’s previous marketing communications coordinator was promoted to manager, so we’re looking for a new coordinator who is: exceptionally creative, adept at using social networking sites, and passionate about LGBT issues. Only those with excellent writing skills should apply!

In addition to writing content for the Center’s award-winning newsletter, the coordinator will provide media relations, website and marketing support, working with the other five members of the Center’s Marketing Communications team. Responsibilities include: Facebook/Twitter support, writing news releases, event publicity, updating the Center’s website, and pitching news stories. The coordinator will also provide general administrative support.

II. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

1. Draft website copy, news releases and newsletter stories

2. Support the Center’s social networking initiatives on Facebook and Twitter

3. Provide general support to the marketing communications manager, including developing story ideas, pitching stories to news media, and providing support at special events

4. Provide general administrative support to the team, including maintaining the news clip and photo archives, processing purchase orders, etc.

5. Work with the team to develop and implement strategies to improve e-newsletter metrics

III. ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Other duties as assigned

IV. JOB QUALIFICATIONS

1. Exceptional writing, copyediting and proofreading skills

2. Proven experience writing website copy and news releases

3. Exceptionally creative, with the ability to conceptualize and develop

ideas that will further our marketing communications objectives

4. Must be proficient at using social networking sites

5. Exceptional organizational and time-management skills

6. Willing to work some evenings and weekends when the Center has special events

7. Bilingual English/Spanish is a huge plus!

8. HTML knowledge/ web experience a plus

9. College degree or equivalent experience

Finalists for the position will be required to take a writing test.

Reports to: Chief Public Affairs Officer

Salary: $30,000 – 35,000

Status: Exempt

Probation: 90 days

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Long Term Disability, Employee Assistance Program and a voluntary 403B Retirement Plan.

L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to fostering diversity within its staff. Applications are encouraged from women, persons of color, disabled, and persons over the age of 55.

Send resume, cover letter (tell us why you’re the best person for the job) and employment application (available at www.LAGayCenter.org) to: The L.A. Gay &Lesbian Center – Human Resources 1625 N. Schrader Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028-9998

Apply by visiting: www.lagaycenter.org/jobs – send resume’, cover letter (tell us why you’re the best person for the job) and employment application.

*** From Howard Gantman:

Dear Ned, we would appreciate your posting this in your next newsletter:

71.) Press Assistant, Motion Picture Association of America, Washington, DC

The Motion Picture Association of America is seeking a Press Assistant for our Corporate Communications office in Washington, DC. Qualifications include a minimum of 2 years communications/office/administrative experience; prior work in a public affairs or public relations office; expertise in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and the Internet; strong verbal and written communications skills; excellent organizational skills, including the ability to handle multiple assignments simultaneously, and strong attention to detail; computer graphic skills a plus; bachelor’s degree in English, Communications, Public Relations, or related field preferred. Responsibilities include initial intake calls from the media; providing support to worldwide PR staff; updating media lists; posting releases and links on website; monitoring news sites and blogs; preparing daily news clip report; helping to manage special events; and providing general department support. Qualified candidates should send cover letter, resume, writing sample and salary requirements to careers@mpaa.org. Must include salary requirement to be considered for this position. The MPAA is an equal opportunity employer. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

72.) Public Affairs Specialist, Transportation Security Administration, Department Of Homeland Security, Salt Lake City, UT

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=85958048

*** From Terri Lynn Johnson, ABC, APR:

73.) GRAPHIC DESIGNER ASSOCIATE (WEB DESIGNER ASSOCIATE), Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

Eastern Illinois University’s Web Office is seeking qualified applicants for the position of graphic designer associate (Web designer associate.) This position will work in a collaborative environment with other designers and developers to create engaging and innovative Web sites. Responsibilities include concept design, site layout and working closely with university offices to create Web resources.

This position is open to Illinois residents with four years of work experience in graphic design for Web sites. College coursework in graphic/visual arts communication and/or design may substitute for up to three years of experience. Highly qualified candidates will have extensive experience in Web design, Photoshop, css/html markup, e-mail newsletters and Web usability.

More information is available here. Applications are available in person at Eastern Illinois University’s Human Resources Office (Old Main, Room 2020), Charleston, IL 61920 OR online here. Applications must be returned in person or by email to eiu_employment@eiu.edu. Eligible candidates will be scheduled to take a civil service examination.

AA/EEOE

Posted: Jan 06, 2010

74.) PUBLIC INFORMATION SPECIALIST (WEB COPYWRITER), Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

Eastern Illinois University’s Web Office is seeking qualified applicants for the position of public information specialist (Web copywriter.) This position will work in a collaborative environment with other designers and developers to create copy for engaging and innovative Web sites. Responsibilities include developing copy for top-level EIU pages, working closely with University Admissions to write/edit copy for EIU’s prospective student portal, and developing and proofing content for a variety of new media outlets (Twitter, Facebook, etc).

This position is open to Illinois residents with a master’s degree in journalism, communications, broadcasting or related field OR a bachelor’s degree in an above field and two years experience in public relations, writing and editing, or broadcasting with emphasis on production OR a combination of education and experience that totals five years. Highly qualified candidates will have experience in writing copy for the Web, Web usability fundamentals, excellent communication skills and superior grammar and writing skills.

More information is available here. Applications are available online here or in person at Eastern Illinois University’s Human Resources Office (Old Main, Room 2020), Charleston, IL 61920. Applications must be returned in person or by e-mail to eiu_employment@eiu.edu. Eligible candidates will be scheduled to take a civil service examination.

AA/EEOE

Posted: Jan 06, 2010

75.) WEBMASTER (WEB DEVELOPER), Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

Eastern Illinois University’s Web Office is seeking qualified applicants for the position of webmaster (Web developer.) This position will work in a collaborative environment with other designers and copywriters to develop engaging and innovative Web sites.

Responsibilities include designing, developing and maintaining secure dynamic Web applications, interfacing Web applications with EIU’s ERP (Banner), establishing and monitoring Web programming standards for the university, and providing support and training for EIU’s content management system. This position is open to Illinois residents with one year of work experience in Web page design, development and maintenance AND a bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field OR five years of work experience as above. Highly qualified candidates will have experience in Web scripting (PHP preferred), MySQL, front-end HTML/CSS/JavaScript integration, current accessibility techniques and jQuery.

More information is available here. Applications are available online here OR in person at Eastern Illinois University’s Human Resources Office (Old Main, Room 2020), Charleston, IL 61920. Applications must be returned in person or by e-mail to eiu_employment@eiu.edu. Eligible candidates will be scheduled to take a civil service examination.

AA/EEOE

Posted: Jan 06, 2010

76.) GRAPHIC DESIGNER (SENIOR GRAPHIC DESIGNER), Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL

Eastern Illinois University’s Web Office is seeking qualified applicants for the position of graphic designer (senior graphic designer.) This position will work in a collaborative environment with other designers and developers to create engaging and innovative Web sites. Responsibilities include concept design, site layout and navigation for university sites; assist in the maintenance of the eiu.edu Web site; and working closely with university offices to create Web resources.

This position is open to Illinois residents with five years of work experience in graphic design and application. College coursework in graphic/visual arts communication and/or design can substitute for up to three years of experience. Highly qualified candidates will have extensive experience in Web design, Photoshop, css/html markup, e-mail newsletters and Web usability.

More information is available here. Applications are available in person at Eastern Illinois University’s Human Resources Office (Old Main, Room 2020), Charleston, IL 61920 or online here. Applications must be returned in person or by e-mail to eiu_employment@eiu.edu. Eligible candidates will be scheduled to take a civil service examination.

AA/EEOE

Posted: Jan 06, 2010

77.) Assistant Marketing Communications Manager, Dorman Products, Colmar, PA

http://careercenter.aaaa.org/jobdetail.cfm?job=3286650

78.) Executive Director, Tahoe Rim Trail, Lake Tahoe

http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=19794

*** JOTW Weekly Alternative Selections:

79.) DETENTION AND REMOVAL ASSISTANT (OA), Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Department Of Homeland Security, COLUMBIA, SC

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=85959237

*** Weekly Piracy Report:

22.01.2010: 0140 LT: Posn: 17:00.3N – 082:18.8E, Kakinada anchorage, India.

Three robbers in a small fishing boat approached a seismographic research vessel from the stern. One robber boarded the vessel thru the mooring port hole and started lowering the mooring rope into the boat. The duty watchman noticed the robber, made fast the rope on a bollard and informed bridge officer. Alarm raised and the robber dropped the rope and escaped. The theft was prevented due to the fast action of the watchman. Incident reported to PFSO port of Kakinada.

21.01.2010: 1000 – 1300 LT: Posn: 14:33.74N – 120:55.24E, Manila south harbour anchorage, Philippines.

Unnoticed robbers boarded an anchored tanker and stole a liferaft and ship’s property and escaped. Port authorities informed.

20.01.2010: 0220 LT: Posn: 02:46.5S – 080:26.6W, Guayaquil outer anchorage, Ecuador.

Robbers boarded a bulk carrier at anchor and tried to gain access into the forward store. Duty crew noticed them and informed duty officer on the bridge who raised the alarm and crew mustered. The robbers jumped overboard and escaped empty handed. Port control informed but no action taken.

18.01.2010: 2030 LT: Adang bay anchorage, Indonesia.

Robbers boarded a bulk carrier at anchor. Duty crew noticed them and raised alarm. Robbers jumped overboard and escaped with ship’s stores. Attempts to call police thru agent were not successful.

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