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JOTW 35-2010

30 August 2010

www.nedsjotw.com

This is newsletter number 843.

“Natura vero nihil hominibus brevitate vitae preaestitit melius”

- Gaius Plinius Secundus (Pliny the Elder)

(Historia naturalis, VII, 50, 168)

(Nature has granted man no better gift than the shortness of life.)

Welcome to the JOTW network. Today’s JOTW newsletter comes to you from the JOTW Remote Operations Center at Harwich Center, Massachusetts. Final compilation and tactical transmission conducted on a bench outside Brooks Free Library (see photo: http://www.nedsjotw.com/blog/_archives/2010/8/30/4617368.html).

I have had some amazing experiences this past week, and have been on the go. That’s why this newsletter may seem a bit brief. Lunch aboard USS Bon Homme Richard in San Diego on Thursday was great. Being aboard ‘Old Ironsides’ the very next day as the ship rendered a 21-gun salute to the fort at Castle Island, which was returned, was better. I also visited Scripps Institution of Oceanopgraphy, and was aboard FLIP, as well as attending the Maritime Interdiction Summit in San Diego.

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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.) Coordinator, Conference Services, The Defense Orientation Conference Association (DOCA); Burke, VA

2.) Sudan Communication Intern, Civil Society Internship, Mercy Corps, Agok, Sudan

3.) Public Relations Manager, Sony of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

4.) Copywriter, The Simons Group, Chicago, Illinois

5.) Director, Development Communications, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

6.) Marketing and Prayer Network Assistant (50%), Medair, Lausanne, Switzerland

7.) Marketing department and Finance department internships, Federal Services Division, URS Corporation, Germantown, MD

8.) Public Relations Executive, Virtual Organization Management Institute, Anywhere…really.

9.) Communications Associate, EMD Canada Inc., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

10.) Marketing Manager, Savi Technology Inc., subsidiary of Lockheed Martin, Alexandria, VA

11.) Media Relations Coordinator, Company Name: American Wind Energy Association, Washington, DC

12.) Deputy Chief Information Officer, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Silver Spring, MD.

13.) International Consultant: Graphic Designer for Sudan MDGs Report 2010, United Nations Development Programme, Khartoum, Sudan

14.) International Consultant: Professional Editor for Sudan MDGs

Report 2010, United Nations Development Programme, Khartoum, Sudan

15.) Account Manager, Mitchell Communications Group, Arkansas

16.) Communications Assistant, United Nations Children's Fund, Harare, Zimbabwe

Closing Date – 06 Sep 2010

17.) Communications Manager, Bechtel Corporation, Frederick, Maryland

18.) Sr. Editor & Graphic Designer, Enterprise Community Partners, Columbia, Maryland

19.) Information Communication Technology Officer, United Nations Children's Fund, Asmara, Eritrea

20.) Marketing Communications Coordinator, Natural Health Practitioners of Canada, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

21.) Managing Editor, Regulatory Focus Magazine, Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS), Rockville, MD

22.) Technical Officer II, Writer/Editor, Academy for Educational Development, Washington, DC

23.) STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST I/II– Grade 8/9, PUBLIC AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT, UNITIED STAFF UNION, LAS VEGAS, NV

24.) STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST I/II– Grade 8/9, PUBLIC AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT, UNITIED STAFF UNION, PITTSBURGH, PA

25.) STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST I/II– Grade 8/9, PUBLIC AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT, UNITIED STAFF UNION, INDIANAPOLIS, IN

26.) Senior Advisor, Sustainable Development Communications 009JT, ConocoPhillips, Houston, Texas

27.) Public Affairs Specialist, GS-1035-13, Office of the Regional Administrator, External Affairs Division, Region V, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department Of Homeland Security, Chicago, IL.

28.) Public Affairs Specialist, GS-1035-13/14, Director of Regional External Affairs (EAD), Region II, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department Of Homeland Security, NY, NY

29.) Senior Director, Communications, The Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, California

30.) Assistant Manager of Corporate Communications, Penguin Group USA, New York, New York

31.) Director of Copyediting, Putnam, Riverhead, Tarcher and Avery, Penguin Group USA, New York, New York

32.) Public Affairs Communications Officer II (10/2010 – GC), First 5 LA, Los Angeles, California

33.) Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications for Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE

34.) Senior Communications Manager, Missouri Society of CPAs, Saint Louis, Missouri

35.) Director of Public Relations and Internal Communication, Ochsner Health System, New Orleans, Louisiana

36.) Public Relations Manager, Longboat Key Club & Resort, Longboat Key, FL

37.) Integrated Marketing Manager, information technology/hardware company, Boston, MA

39.) Manager of Global B2B Marketing Communications, Charlotte, NC

40.) AD/PR Agency Account Manager, health and beauty products agency, Cincinnati, OH

41.) AD, Louisville, KY

42.) Account Executive, Toledo, OH

43.) Boat captain, 24' skiff, Virginia Tech, various, Texas to Georgia, including Cocodrie, Gra

*** Weekly Piracy Report

…and more! Scroll down and see them all!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

A 25 year Army Veteran, in the public and civil affairs fields, is looking for immediate overseas or West Coast employment. If you are looking for someone with vast national and international media relations experience, someone who knows how to work with media members from all backgrounds and get 'Your” story out, I'm your guy.

Mark Van Treuren

1705 Dock St

#406

Tacoma, WA 98402

mvtsgm@aol.com

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*** 2010 IABC Heritage Region Conference

Save the date for the 2010 IABC Heritage Region Conference October 17-19, 2010, in Philadelphia, Home of Independent Thinking. The conference will consist of approximately twenty 75-minute breakout sessions, and three in-depth 3-hour sessions on key topics affecting today’s business communicators.

http://heritageregion.iabc.com/2010-heritage-region-conference

*** Controversial pitch:

That 'H' person should just go see Leona’s show to better understand and hear out the voices of transgender women in Singapore/ Asia. I don't know many transgender, but i can say that if one is willing to suspend all judgment and personal beliefs and values, and just see them as a person who is as human as you and I, there are a number of good human hearts out there… and people who make a difference in their own communities – simply by being human.

Hwee Suan Ong

Singapore

*** Let’s get to the jobs:

*** From Dave Morris:

Good morning, Ned –

After years of subscribing, (and finding my own job through JOTW), I finally have something to contribute.

Hope all's well with you, Laura, Tommy and Barbara.

Cheers, Dave

1.) Coordinator, Conference Services, The Defense Orientation Conference Association (DOCA); Burke, VA

DOCA, founded in 1952, is a non-political, non-partisan, non-profit association directed toward the interest of national defense without special advocacy of any particular military service or defense concept. DOCA objectives are as follows: to provide a means of continuing the education of its members in matters pertaining to national security under the direct jurisdiction and supervision of the Departments of Defense and State; to enable members to pass on such information to others; to provide a permanent medium for cooperation between its members and Departments of Defense and State. DOCA members are able to participate in five programs each year, visiting military installations throughout the world as well as with U.S. embassies and host nation governments.

Position Concept: The Coordinator, Conference Services position is located at our headquarters in Burke, VA, and reports to the Executive Vice President. Responsibilities include assisting with the day to day management of the association, and coordination and execution of association programs and meetings, to include logistics, financial management, marketing and member communications.

Specific Responsibilities: These would include: database management; correspondence; dealing with phone and email inquiries from association members, vendors and others; assisting with bookkeeping, deposits, accounting and general financial management of the association; assisting with office management, including inventory and ordering of supplies, operating office equipment such as copiers, printers, etc.; assisting with planning, coordination and execution of meetings and programs of the association; web site updates; layout and design of printed and online documents for association management and program coordination; compilation and mailing of program materials; researching background material for Board and Executive Committee meetings, and requesting and receiving Board reports; maintaining master files.

Qualifications: Proven listening, written and oral communications skills. Ability to interact with government officials and agencies, as well as association members. Administrative acumen, good judgment, willingness to learn and accept new challenges, aptitude and ability to be a self-starter and find solutions; willingness to travel.

Technical Skills: Must have thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office programs. Database management skills and familiarity with QuickBooks a plus. Military experience desirable but not required. Public affairs and/or hospitality industry experience a plus. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Must demonstrate ability to respond to short deadlines and shifting priorities.

Please send resume and cover letter with salary requirements and history to DOCA, ATTN: David Morris, Executive Vice President, 9271 Old Keene Mill Road, Suite 200, Burke, VA 22015; email: doca@erols.com

2.) Sudan Communication Intern, Civil Society Internship, Mercy Corps, Agok, Sudan

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-88L9YG

3.) Public Relations Manager, Sony of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=65&jb=6993585

*** From Kris Gallagher:

4.) Copywriter, The Simons Group, Chicago, Illinois

Organization Profile

At The Simons Group, we get to the point. No middleman. No third parties. No extra staff to stretch the timeline and pad the budget. And speaking of budget, there are no retainers, no hourly rates and no hidden fees.

Our size and structure enable clients to communicate directly with the creative professionals who handle their work. These professionals include writers and designers who are intelligent, motivated and consider themselves extensions of each client's staff.

This close relationship streamlines the process and controls costs while producing publications that exceed their goals. And we do considerable research and negotiating with vendors such as printers and Web hosts to make sure each project is produced cost-effectively without sacrificing quality.

Finally, every publication goes through a rigorous internal approval process before the client ever sees a draft. After all, there's no point in doing something if you don't do it right.

Job Overview

Chicago-based marketing communications firm that appreciates good writing seeks business journalist with strong interviewing, editing, proofreading and client-management skills.

Job Description

The ideal candidate will be equally comfortable writing newsletter copy, brochures, Web sites, white papers, press releases and blogs, as well as doing internet research and providing feedback to our in-house graphic designers and Web coders. Because we don't have account execs, you can communicate directly with your diverse clients, including accounting and law firms, healthcare providers, management consultants and manufacturers, so experience in these or related industries will be helpful. We also encourage an entrepreneurial spirit, which makes this position perfect for someone who can take initiative, make decisions and display leadership in every aspect of what we do.

Job Qualifications

The ideal candidate will have at least five years' experience writing and editing business-to-business communications, be able to handle multiple projects at once, and be able to work under deadline pressure when necessary.

Job requirements:

* Strong interviewing, writing and editing and proofreading skills

* Knowledge of AP style

* Familiarity with print and Web design

* Organized, detail-oriented project manager

* Effective communicator with co-workers

* Knowledge of traditional as well as new media

* Ability to work independently and take initiative

Compensation & Benefits

Convenient downtown Chicago location; friendly group of talented coworkers who value a team spirit; flexible hours with no overtime, no office politics, and a culture that values your input and your commitment to our organization.

Competitive salary and benefits, including medical/dental/401(k). We understand and appreciate good writing, editing and project management; and if you have a solid track record and a stable job history, this is a great place to do excellent work.

How To Apply

Send resume, samples and cover letter to resumes@thesimonsgroup.com. In the subject line of your e-mail, be sure to include “Copywriter – BSN.”

5.) Director, Development Communications, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=65&jb=7135350

6.) Marketing and Prayer Network Assistant (50%), Medair, Lausanne, Switzerland

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-87XGZ9

*** From Lauren Arky:

Hi Ned,

Could you post this to JOTW.

Thanks!

Lauren

7.) Marketing department and Finance department internships, Federal Services Division, URS Corporation, Germantown, MD

Seeking two matriculated students for paid internships this Fall-Germantown, MD. Corporate office of URS Corporation, Federal Services Division

URS Corporation – a FORTUNE 500 Company – is a fully integrated engineering, construction and technical services organization with the capabilities to support every stage of the project life cycle. We offer a full range of program management; planning, design and engineering; systems engineering and technical assistance; construction and construction management; operations and maintenance; and decommissioning and closure services.

URS provides these services for the U.S. federal government, national governments of other countries, state and local government agencies in the United States and internationally, FORTUNE 500 companies and other multinational corporations. We have approximately 45,000 employees in a network of offices in more than 30 countries. The Company's business is focused on four key market sectors: Federal, Infrastructure, Power, and Industrial & Commercial.

We are now seeking two interns for the Fall Semester in our Germantown, MD office to work in the marketing department and the finance department.

As a part of the marketing team, this intern will be involved in various marketing and business development projects to support business growth. This is an excellent entry-level opportunity for an enthusiastic self-starter with a career interest in marketing.

As part of the Finance team, you will gain valuable experience supporting various departments. This is an excellent entry-level opportunity for an enthusiastic self-starter with a career interest in Finance or Business.

Qualified candidates must be working towards a Bachelor's degree. Courses taken in business, or marketing a plus.

NOTE: Local candidates and you must have your own transportation (this office is not metro accessible)

Position may require the ability to obtain and maintain an active Secret level security clearance.

Please email me if you have any questions and feel free to apply directly at www.urs.apply2jobs.com and on the second line where it says requisition # enter: EGG47737 (for the marketing position) and enter: EGG47738 (for the finance position)

*** From Mark Sofman:

8.) Public Relations Executive, Virtual Organization Management Institute, Anywhere…really.

“Since we are a 100% virtual organization, you will work from wherever in the world you are located or wish to be in and will operate in a completely 100% virtual organization environment.”

http://bit.ly/bCGQ50

9.) Communications Associate, EMD Canada Inc., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=65&jb=7135253

*** From John Mesa:

Hi,

Please post the below Job on your website.

Thank you,

John Mesa

10.) Marketing Manager, Savi Technology Inc., subsidiary of Lockheed Martin, Alexandria, VA

As a wholly owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT], Savi is a leading provider of supply chain information and technology solutions and services. These capabilities include real-time solutions based on active Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and other Automatic Identification and Data Capture technologies that improve the visibility, management and security of supply chain assets, shipments and consignments. You’ll want to be a part of our proven technology which is recognized for its leadership in supply chain solutions.

Job Description:

In this position you will have responsibility for supporting the development of Savi’s key strategic markets and solution messaging, and proactively support the business communications and sales vehicles.

Responsibilities:

Producing high-quality content that can be re-purposed in a wide variety of marketing and sales initiatives.

Maintaining an extensive library of marketing collateral and developing new collateral pieces.

Developing high-level differentiating messages for Savi solutions and market position.

Maintaining close relationships with Sales Account Executives and supporting their efforts.

Managing internal database of competitive intelligence.

Researching analyst reports and recommending reports that may be of use to Savi.

Supporting the demand generation processes and programs that will ensure a funnel of identified opportunities necessary to achieve annual revenue goals.

Supporting internal communications programs/initiatives such as monthly employee newsletters, company-wide emails, all-hands meetings and other company events.

Managing events such as trade shows, press conferences, executive events, analyst briefings, breakfast seminars, etc.

Maintaining relationships with relevant analysts, industry bodies, standards groups, etc.

Qualifications:

At least 3 years experience in B2B marketing of high technology products and services to include both Commercial and Public Sector Marketing. Marketing and/or Communications experience in the high-tech field with versatility in all aspects of product and marketing communications.

Requirements:

Strong communication skills enabling interaction and communication with all levels of employees, including senior management.

Firm grasp of written and spoken English, excellent grammar and a flair for writing compelling copy for a variety of media (datasheets, blogs, web pages, PowerPoint slides, white papers, etc.).

Ability to grasp complex technical solutions, and describe what they do and their value to customers in compelling and understandable language and images.

Exceptionally strong organizational and project management skills, as well as technical skills to create marketing collateral, and manage and update web sites.

Ability to meet deadlines while simultaneously juggling numerous projects.

Education and/ or Equivalent Experience:

Four-year college degree; MBA or graduate degree in Marketing or Communications preferred

Relevant industry experience required to fulfill the role. Supply chain and asset management experience preferred

Job#:2010-78

If interested please send resume to recruiting@savi.com.

Communications Intern, Search for Common Ground, Washington, DC

Closing Date – 10 Sep 2010

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-88HQBQ

Media Relations Coordinator, Company Name: American Wind Energy Association, Washington, DC

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=65&jb=7135065

*** From K. Robbin:

12.) Deputy Chief Information Officer, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Silver Spring, MD.

Open until Tuesday, September 07, 2010

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=84464078

13.) International Consultant: Graphic Designer for Sudan MDGs Report 2010, United Nations Development Programme, Khartoum, Sudan

Closing Date – 05 Sep 2010

Organisation – United Nations Development Programme

URL Address – http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-88PAR4

14.) International Consultant: Professional Editor for Sudan MDGs

Report 2010, United Nations Development Programme, Khartoum, Sudan

Closing Date – 05 Sep 2010

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-88PBTJ

*** From Sherrell Collins:

Hi Ed,

I love your newsletter and use it often. I was offered the position below but I am not in a place where I can relocate to Arkansas! Maybe one of your readers can. Please post the attached job along with the contact information below (with her consent).

All the best,

Sherrell Collins

15.) Account Manager, Mitchell Communications Group, Arkansas

A 2010 Top 5 Boutique PR Agency of the Year

The Account Manager serves in a senior‐level position providing strategic management of account services. The manager is responsible for corporate communications activities including reputation management, crisis communications, issues management and strategic public relations, and media relations – print, broadcast, digital and social media. S/he holds accountability for deliverables of the assigned team and serves as the strategic contact and relationship manager for clients. This position will be responsible for setting and realizing client services financial goals and developing strategic communications solutions. We are looking for a professional with 5-10 years of progressive career experience to join a team of exceptional senior‐level communications professionals who are proud to serve some of the world’s largest companies and best known brands. Submit résumé to Sharon McCone, Sharon@prosigo.com.

Duties: The position will be responsible for the following tasks:

• Counseling clients on public relations, media relations and reputation management solutions.

• Preparing and executing communications plans and proposals, including the development of the strategy, planning, message development and delivery, execution of tactics and estimating the budget associated with each plan.

• Proactive building of relationships with traditional and social media at the national, local and multicultural levels.

• Responding to and anticipating client needs.

• Managing and working with other members of the project team to implement programs on behalf of clients.

• Responsible for financial management of client accounts, budgets and projects.

• Working with other members of the executive team to recruit, identify, hire, train and manage team members.

• Mobilizing third-party constituents.

• Managing special events.

• Managing tracking methodologies to determine progress of programs

• Other duties as assigned.

16.) Communications Assistant, United Nations Children's Fund, Harare, Zimbabwe

Closing Date – 06 Sep 2010

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-88PFEY

17.) Communications Manager, Bechtel Corporation, Frederick, Maryland

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=65&jb=7130123

*** From Cheryl Peoples:

Please post the below job descriptions on your website. Thank you

18.) Sr. Editor & Graphic Designer, Enterprise Community Partners, Columbia, Maryland

Job Summary

The Enterprise Marketing & Communications team is a highly performing group of experienced and passionate professionals who understand and believe in the power of marketing and communications to advance Enterprise’s mission and business. Our job is to tell a powerful story across all media in an integrated and consistent way. Organized like a full-service agency, we provide strategic counsel to internal clients, and design and execute creative solutions that advance Enterprise’s business and philanthropic priorities.

The Senior Editor primarily writes, edits, updates and manages the production and dissemination strategy of print and web-based editorial and collateral materials. The individual also oversees the design and layout of marketing sheets, brochures and reports. Reporting to the Director of Editorial and Design Services, this position works closely with colleagues across the Marketing & Communications Department’s functional teams: Online Services, Media Relations and Event Marketing Services.

Requirements

• BA in journalism, communications, or a related field.

• Minimum of 5 years of professional writing and/or editing experience.

• Excellent writing, editing and communications skills required.

• Ability to recognize great stories and develop them into polished and compelling narratives that promote the Enterprise brand.

• Knowledgeable in distilling complex ideas and business concepts into precise, accurate and accessible copy.

• Highly creative and able to develop design concepts for wide range of communications and audiences

• Must be Mac proficient (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator) and skilled in PowerPoint (PC).

• Demonstrated experience in managing a project from concept to completion and providing creative, appropriate and timely consultation to local offices, programs and affiliates.

• Commitment to customer service. Agency background a plus.

• Experience with one or more widely accepted style guides, such as AP.

Responsibilities

• Write, edit and design a broad scope of print and online publications for Enterprise’s target audiences, including the annual and investor reports, national and field newsletters, presentations, ads and event collateral.

• Prioritize tasks and manage multiple projects on budget and on deadline.

• Identify, research and write high-quality feature stories for print and web that capture the impact of Enterprise’s mission and business.

• Support internal clients, meeting the full scope of their strategic communications needs, from planning to production to dissemination.

• Actively maintain, update and promote adherence to brand standards and style guidelines.

To apply, please visit our careers website at http://careers.enterprisecommunity.org to complete an online application and profile.

19.) Information Communication Technology Officer, United Nations Children's Fund, Asmara, Eritrea

Closing Date – 03 Sep 2010

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-88LPT9

20.) Marketing Communications Coordinator, Natural Health Practitioners of Canada, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=65&jb=7129344

*** From Matthew A. Clark:

21.) Managing Editor, Regulatory Focus Magazine, Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS), Rockville, MD

This position manages the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society’s monthly magazine and serves as a key member of the organization’s Brand Management team. The managing editor, in collaboration with a volunteer Board of Editors, manages all aspects of the strategy, planning, content development, manuscript management, writing and editing of Regulatory Focus magazine, including quality controls and production schedules. He or she is also responsible for managing electronic content delivery, including the magazine’s online presence.

Regulatory Focus is a 50‐60 page monthly publication and is valued as RAPS’ flagship member benefit. Its content is technical and scientific, and also covers business‐critical topics relevant to the regulatory professional. The publication is global in scope and is distributed to RAPS members in more than 50 countries worldwide. The current printed circulation is approximately 12,000, with additional online readers. The managing editor reports to the vice president, brand management.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The managing editor will be required to:

Organize, supervise and participate in the management and development of all copy submitted for the magazine; work with an appointed Board of Editors on the development of the editorial calendar; set and enforce deadlines for copy.

Provide evaluation of manuscripts; supervise the submission process and tracking system.

Maintain liaison between authors and Board of Editors; compare editorial changes against the author changes; assist in resolving differences regarding structure, form and grammar; advise authors on schedule, revisions and related matters.

Plan and implement strategies to broaden dissemination to RAPS members, the global regulatory community and general public of content published in Regulatory Focus.

Expand the Regulatory Focus brand beyond the physical magazine; enhance the magazine’s web presence and online content.

Align integrated communications to effectively engage members (and the regulatory community as a whole) and meet their information needs; work closely with communications, marketing, education and other key staff.

Work collaboratively with designer on all aspects of layout, design, printing and production logistics; supervise work of suppliers, vendors and freelancers.

Consult with RAPS’ director, business development regarding print and electronic advertising.

Implement and manage system to ensure a thorough legal review of published materials; acquire all necessary permissions dictated by legal counsel.

Prepare operational reports and analyses setting forth progress, adverse trends and appropriate recommendations or conclusions.

Determine fiscal requirements and prepare budgetary recommendations; monitor, verify and reconcile expenditure of budgeted funds.

Support other editorial and communications activities of the organization, as appropriate.

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, English, communications or other publishing‐related area

Seven to nine years of managing editor/copy editing and print production experience

Strong team and volunteer management and interpersonal skills

Ability to think strategically and apply that vision and direction tactically

A belief set that consistently challenges the status quo and embraces change

Thorough understanding of the magazine production process

Solid project management skills

Proficiency in Microsoft Office

The ideal candidate will also be familiar with the following:

Associated Press and AMA style manuals

Medical and science terminology

InDesign or other layout production software

To respond: Send resume and cover letter to maclark@raps.org

22.) Technical Officer II, Writer/Editor, Academy for Educational Development, Washington, DC

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-88HS39

*** From Korey Hartwich:

Ned,

Would you please share the three communications positions below with your list?

Thanks,

Korey Hartwich

23.) STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST I/II– Grade 8/9, PUBLIC AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT, UNITIED STAFF UNION, LAS VEGAS, NV

This position plans, develops, and implements communications strategies for organizing campaigns in coordination with International staff and affiliates. The position is also responsible for a variety of campaign message and strategy development activities.

DUTIES:

Designs leaflets, brochures and direct mail pieces, video and other materials for internal and external organizing campaigns. Implements earned and paid media efforts, including organizing and coordinating news events. Develops earned and paid media efforts, including organizing and coordinating news events. Develops electronic media campaigns, including the strategic use of e-mail, websites and other new media. Assists organizers with campaign message training of committee members, volunteer organizers and others involved in home visits and other one-on-one communications. Coordinates worker mobilization and community and political outreach efforts associated with targeted campaigns. Conducts training in communications strategy, message development and delivery techniques. Works with Organizing and Field Services and affiliates to develop their organizing communications capacity. Plans and produces recorded radio and video actualities featuring an AFSCME spokesperson for dissemination to selected stations. Develops and writes editorials and editorial pieces and arranges placement in newspapers and magazines. Performs other duties as required to support the department and its mission.

REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with course work in labor relations, communications, political science or liberal arts and three (3) to years (7) years of related work experience or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Considerable experience in labor, political or community organizing and campaign communications and campaign work or a combination of education and experience that would provide for the following knowledge, skills and abilities: knowledge of and field experience leading organizing campaigns; knowledge of and experience with media relations, knowledge of graphic design software, video production and printing techniques; knowledge and experience with electronic forms of communications; ability to coordinate multidimensional campaign communications strategies; advanced oral and written communications skills; ability to develop a campaign message and enforce message discipline in fast-paced campaigns; ability to analyze research data and make logical conclusions; ability to write and design leaflets, brochures, direct mail pieces, video scripts and other materials; ability to work independently and to use initiative to execute projects that may be vaguely defined; ability to communicate in a foreign language desirable. Travel, extended hours and weekend work are required. This position will be filled at the grade commensurate with the knowledge and experience of the selected applicant.

SALARY RANGE: $62,728 – $101,857

Job Code: U2910

AFSCME International Employees: Please submit bids, along with resume to Rachel Sistoza via email at rsistoza@afscme.org.

External applicants: Please forward cover letter, resume and salary expectations via email to recruiting@afscme.org. Include the job code and job title in your subject line.

Posting Date: August 23, 2010

Closing Date: September 3, 2010

Proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/V/D

24.) STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST I/II– Grade 8/9, PUBLIC AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT, UNITIED STAFF UNION, PITTSBURGH, PA

This position plans, develops, and implements communications strategies for organizing campaigns in coordination with International staff and affiliates. The position is also responsible for a variety of campaign message and strategy development activities.

DUTIES:

Designs leaflets, brochures and direct mail pieces, video and other materials for internal and external organizing campaigns. Implements earned and paid media efforts, including organizing and coordinating news events. Develops earned and paid media efforts, including organizing and coordinating news events. Develops electronic media campaigns, including the strategic use of e-mail, websites and other new media. Assists organizers with campaign message training of committee members, volunteer organizers and others involved in home visits and other one-on-one communications. Coordinates worker mobilization and community and political outreach efforts associated with targeted campaigns. Conducts training in communications strategy, message development and delivery techniques. Works with Organizing and Field Services and affiliates to develop their organizing communications capacity. Plans and produces recorded radio and video actualities featuring an AFSCME spokesperson for dissemination to selected stations. Develops and writes editorials and editorial pieces and arranges placement in newspapers and magazines. Performs other duties as required to support the department and its mission.

REQUIREMENTS:

Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with course work in labor relations, communications, political science or liberal arts and three (3) to years (7) years of related work experience or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Considerable experience in labor, political or community organizing and campaign communications and campaign work or a combination of education and experience that would provide for the following knowledge, skills and abilities: knowledge of and field experience leading organizing campaigns; knowledge of and experience with media relations, knowledge of graphic design software, video production and printing techniques; knowledge and experience with electronic forms of communications; ability to coordinate multidimensional campaign communications strategies; advanced oral and written communications skills; ability to develop a campaign message and enforce message discipline in fast-paced campaigns; ability to analyze research data and make logical conclusions; ability to write and design leaflets, brochures, direct mail pieces, video scripts and other materials; ability to work independently and to use initiative to execute projects that may be vaguely defined; ability to communicate in a foreign language desirable. Travel, extended hours and weekend work are required. This position will be filled at the grade commensurate with the knowledge and experience of the selected applicant.

SALARY RANGE: $62,728 – $101,857

Job Code: U2710

AFSCME International Employees: Please submit bids, along with resume to Rachel Sistoza via email at rsistoza@afscme.org.

External applicants: Please forward cover letter, resume and salary expectations via email to recruiting@afscme.org. Include the job code and job title in your subject line.

Posting Date: August 23, 2010

Closing Date: September 3, 2010

Proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/V/D

25.) STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST I/II– Grade 8/9, PUBLIC AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT, UNITIED STAFF UNION, INDIANAPOLIS, IN

This position plans, develops, and implements communications strategies for organizing campaigns in coordination with International staff and affiliates. The position is also responsible for a variety of campaign message and strategy development activities.

DUTIES:

Designs leaflets, brochures and direct mail pieces, video and other materials for internal and external organizing campaigns. Implements earned and paid media efforts, including organizing and coordinating news events. Develops earned and paid media efforts, including organizing and coordinating news events. Develops electronic media campaigns, including the strategic use of e-mail, websites and other new media. Assists organizers with campaign message training of committee members, volunteer organizers and others involved in home visits and other one-on-one communications. Coordinates worker mobilization and community and political outreach efforts associated with targeted campaigns. Conducts training in communications strategy, message development and delivery techniques. Works with Organizing and Field Services and affiliates to develop their organizing communications capacity. Plans and produces recorded radio and video actualities featuring an AFSCME spokesperson for dissemination to selected stations. Develops and writes editorials and editorial pieces and arranges placement in newspapers and magazines. Performs other duties as required to support the department and its mission.

REQUIREMENTS:

Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with course work in labor relations, communications, political science or liberal arts and three (3) to years (7) years of related work experience or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Considerable experience in labor, political or community organizing and campaign communications and campaign work or a combination of education and experience that would provide for the following knowledge, skills and abilities: knowledge of and field experience leading organizing campaigns; knowledge of and experience with media relations, knowledge of graphic design software, video production and printing techniques; knowledge and experience with electronic forms of communications; ability to coordinate multidimensional campaign communications strategies; advanced oral and written communications skills; ability to develop a campaign message and enforce message discipline in fast-paced campaigns; ability to analyze research data and make logical conclusions; ability to write and design leaflets, brochures, direct mail pieces, video scripts and other materials; ability to work independently and to use initiative to execute projects that may be vaguely defined; ability to communicate in a foreign language desirable. Travel, extended hours and weekend work are required. This position will be filled at the grade commensurate with the knowledge and experience of the selected applicant.

SALARY RANGE: $62,728 – $101,857

Job Code: U2810

AFSCME International Employees: Please submit bids, along with resume to Rachel Sistoza via email at rsistoza@afscme.org.

External applicants: Please forward cover letter, resume and salary expectations via email to recruiting@afscme.org. Include the job code and job title in your subject line.

Posting Date: August 23, 2010

Closing Date: September 3, 2010

Proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/V/D

26.) Senior Advisor, Sustainable Development Communications 009JT, ConocoPhillips, Houston, Texas

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=65&jb=7129291

27.) Public Affairs Specialist, GS-1035-13, Office of the Regional Administrator, External Affairs Division, Region V, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department Of Homeland Security, Chicago, IL.

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=90337664

28.) Public Affairs Specialist, GS-1035-13/14, Director of Regional External Affairs (EAD), Region II, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department Of Homeland Security, NY, NY

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=90300567

29.) Senior Director, Communications, The Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, California

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=7135921

30.) Assistant Manager of Corporate Communications, Penguin Group USA, New York, New York

http://us.penguingroup.com/static/pages/aboutus/jobopportunities.html#job01

31.) Director of Copyediting, Putnam, Riverhead, Tarcher and Avery, Penguin Group USA, New York, New York

http://us.penguingroup.com/static/pages/aboutus/jobopportunities.html#job04

32.) Public Affairs Communications Officer II (10/2010 – GC), First 5 LA, Los Angeles, California

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=7135851

Hello Ned,

I am an internal recruiter for Cleveland Clinic currently working on a Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications for Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi. I am requesting this position to be posted on your job site.

Please let me know if you need further information from me.

Thank you,

Abby Dressler

Recruiter

adressle@ccaduae.ae

33.) Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications for Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE

This position will be based in Abu Dhabi supporting the start up of Cleveland Clinic’s new hospital. The hospital will be complete in 2012.

Bachelor’s Degree required, MA preferred

7-10 years exp in in-depth marketing experience required.

3 years minimum managerial experience is required.

Healthcare experience preferred.

Send CV to: jobs@ccaduae.ae please enter the job title in the subject line to be considered for this position

34.) Senior Communications Manager, Missouri Society of CPAs, Saint Louis, Missouri

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=65&jb=7124624

35.) Director of Public Relations and Internal Communication, Ochsner Health System, New Orleans, Louisiana

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=7135285

*** From Susan Burnell, APR:

Hi Ned, saw this job post come through LinkedIn, the Florida Public Relations Association group:

With cheer,

Susan

Susan H. Burnell, APR

Imagination Ink – Business Writing & Public Relations

Houston, TX

www.inkspark.net

36.) Public Relations Manager, Longboat Key Club & Resort, Longboat Key, FL

Seeking a Public Relations Manager with hospitality experience…

to oversee and execute the representation of a positive organization image to the general public, clients, members, and owners of Longboat Key Club.

Must have min 3 years of relevant Public Relations experience; hospitality industry preferred. 4 -year degree in Business or Journalism. Excellent writing and communications skills required. If you feel you meet these requirements please email your resume, cover letter and inquiries to:

hr@longboatkeyclub . com (Subject line: “PR Manager, First Name Last Name”) [From LinkedIn discussion started by Mey Vidal, Longboat Key Club & Resort – Human Resources]

http://www.longboatkeyclub.com/Careers/ViewPosting/?ID=102

*** From Deborah Bai Lannon:

37.) Integrated Marketing Manager, information technology/hardware company, Boston, MA

38.) Advanced Computers, Defense, Comfortable marketing to the C-Suite

http://www.marcomcollab.com/Searches/Job%20Opening%20Integrated%20Programs%20Manager%20Computer%20Systems.htm

*** From Laurie Mitchell, CPC:

Thanks, Ned, for including the Four PR/AD/MarCom Positions (Charlotte, Cincinnati, Louisville & Toledo) in your 8/30/10 newsletter. Please keep up your great service.

L

Laurie Mitchell, CPC (Certified Personnel Consultant)

Four PR/AD/MarCom Positions: Charlotte, Cincinnati, Louisville & Toledo

Laurie Mitchell & Co., Inc., a Marketing & Communications Executive Search Firm, has placed 1250+ MarCom professionals over the last 26 years. We staff Public Relations/Advertising/Digital/Marketing Agencies and scores of large & small, public & private companies throughout the Ohio region and beyond.

Our current searches include:

39.) Manager of Global B2B Marketing Communications, Charlotte, NC

Charlotte, NC: Manager of Global B2B Marketing Communications for a high-tech, fast growth, sales-driven entrepreneurial company. Requires up-and-coming B2B marcom superstar already living in or near Charlotte.

40.) AD/PR Agency Account Manager, health and beauty products agency, Cincinnati, OH

AD/PR Agency Account Manager with health and beauty products agency account experience. Immediate start for local candidate only.

41.) AD, Louisville, KY

AD or PR Agency experience on consumer and/or auto aftermarket products. Ten years’ AD Agency Account Services experience required.

42.) Account Executive, Toledo, OH

AD/PR Agency seeks Account Executive with 3 to 7 years’ building products experience either agency or client side. No relocation expenses.

Our clients desire degreed, hands-on marcom professionals with stellar writing and interpersonal skills who are self-deprecating, thoughtful, discerning and consistently exhibit excellent judgment. Our employer-paid-fee services are strictly confidential.

To apply for these positions, please email your detailed, unabridged, bullet-format resume which includes all positions held since college and date of degrees as a single Word file to MitchellCo17@aol.com . Name the attachment with your last name first, then first name (Smith, Mary 2-08.doc). Please put your name in the subject line and include an email message stating your current salary. We acknowledge all qualified applicants but please no phone calls. Thank you. We look forward to working with you.

www.LaurieMitchellCompany.com

Laurie Mitchell, CPC (Certified Personnel Consultant)

Laurie Mitchell & Co., Inc.

Marketing & Communications Executive Search

MitchellCo17@aol.com

*** JOTW Weekly Alternative Selections:

43.) Boat captain, 24' skiff, Virginia Tech, various, Texas to Georgia, including Cocodrie, Gra

Job Description: Pilot 24' skiff in support of piping plover research effort on the Gulf of Mexico. Responsible for safely transporting research teams to and from barrier islands and other study islands. Maintain boat in good, safe condition.

Qualifications: Substantial experience piloting similar (24' skiffs) or larger vessels in coastal waters. Demonstrated experiencein, and understanding of coastal piloting, chart navigation, use of basic navigation electronics, aids to navigation, weather evaluation. USCG license or DOI certification helpful.

Salary: $720/week plus housing

Last Date to apply: September 15, 2010

Website: http://www.fishwild.vt.edu/faculty/fraser.htm

Contact: Jim Fraser

E-mail: fraser@vt.edu(Preferred)

http://www.wfsc.tamu.edu/jobboard/display.cfm?Jobno=23322

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*** Weekly Piracy Report:

22.08.2010: 0410 UTC: Posn: 13:26.1N – 049:41.6E: Gulf of Aden.

Five pirates armed with weapons in a skiff chased a container ship underway. The skiffs matched the ships speed of 20knots and came as close as 200 meters. Ship proceeded at maximum speed, raised alarm, warned ships in the vicinity and reported to authorities and warship for assistance. Later the skiff aborted and moved away.

23.08.2010: 2330 LT: Posn: 22:16.10N – 091:48.21E, Chittagong port, Bangladesh.

Six robbers armed with long knives in a small wooden boat approached a berthed product tanker berthed. Two of the robbers boarded the tanker and stole ship's stores. Duty crew sighted them and raised alarm. Robbers jumped overboard and escaped. Port control informed.

22.08.2010: 0435 UTC: Posn: 13:19.5N – 049:49.0E: Gulf of Aden.

Pirates armed with automatic weapons chased a general cargo ship. Ship increased speed, made evasive manoeuvres, activated water spray system, sent SSAS alert and contacted authorities for help. Later the skiff aborted the attempt and moved away.

21.08.2010: 2300 LT: Posn: 03:11.2N – 105:22.2E, Off Pulau Mangkai (Indonesia), South China Sea.

Six pirates armed with long knives boarded a LNG tanker underway. They mustered the crew and demanded money. The pirates stole crew and ship’s cash and escaped. No injuries to crew.

20.08.2010: 0420 LT: Posn: 05:12.8N – 106:32.6E: Off Kakap Natuna oil terminal, South China Sea.

Three speed boats chased a general cargo ship underway. Anti piracy watch keepers noticed the boats approach less than 100 metres from the shipside. Master increased speed, made evasive manoeuvres and enforced anti piracy measures to prevent boarding. After about 40 minutes the boats aborted the attack.

19.08.2010: 0234 LT: Callao anchorage, Peru.

Six robbers armed with long knives boarded an anchored a container ship. They punched the duty watchman on his face and took him as hostage. When the A/B did not respond to the walkie talkie the alarm was raised and another watchman was sent to look for him. Robbers released the duty watchman and escaped with ship stores.

16.08.2010: 0530 UTC: Vila do Conde, Brazil.

During watch handover procedures D/O on board an anchored general cargo ship noticed a wooden boat moving away from the shipside. Alarm raised, crew mustered. Upon investigation, it was discovered the robbers had broke into the forward store and stolen ship stores. The incident was not noticed by the crew.

18.08.2010: 1400 UTC: Posn: 13:15.5N – 049:08.0E, Gulf of Aden.

Six pirates in a skiff armed with guns chased a general cargo ship underway. Master raised alarm, took evasive manoeuvres and contacted warship for assistance. The pirates chased the vessel for around 15 minutes before aborting and moving on to another vessel in the vicinity. A coalition helicopter arrived at the location and searched for the skiff.

18.08.2010: 0350 LT: Posn: 03:05N – 105:24E, 10nm West of Pulau Mangkai, South China Sea.

Six pirates armed with long knives boarded a bulk carrier underway. They entered the bridge took hostage the duty officer and the AB and tied them up. The pirates took the AB to the master’s cabin and stole cash and personal properties. Later they kept the master as hostage and stole other crew personal properties until they escaped.

17.08.2010: 0340 LT: Posn: 03:17N – 105:29E, 12.6 nm off Pulau Mangkai (Indonesia), South China Sea.

Six pirates armed with automatic guns and long knives boarded a product tanker underway. They entered the bridge, and tied up the 2/O and the duty A/B. They entered the master’s cabin and stole ship’s cash. Pirates escaped with ship’s properties, crew cash and personal belongings. Master reported the incident to an unknown warship in the vicinity.

17.08.2010: 0250 LT: Posn: 03:05N – 105:07E, off Pulau Mangkai (Indonesia), South China Sea.

Six pirates armed with long knives boarded a bulk carrier underway. They entered the bridge and tied up the 2/O and the duty A/B. Pirates broke into the master’s cabin, tied up the master and threatened him with the long knives. They stole ship’s cash, properties and crew personal belongings and escaped. Master reported the incident to unknown warship in the vicinity.

16.08.2010: 0145 LT: Posn: 03:15.0N – 105:18.5E, 19nm off Mangkai island, South China Sea.

Pirates armed with knives boarded a chemical tanker underway via the poop deck. Master raised alarm, mustered all crew and announced through public address system. Robbers escaped empty handed.

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