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JOTW 04-2011

24 January 2011

www.nedsjotw.com

This is newsletter number 862

“Nature does nothing uselessly.”

– Aristotle

This week’s “Can’t Wait” job announcements:

Sr. Manager Corporate Communications – Sales, AstraZeneca, Wilmington, DE

Senior Manager of Corporate Communications, Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, MI

(See details below.)

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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.) Sr. Manager Corporate Communications – Sales, AstraZeneca, Wilmington, DE

2.) Asst Dir, News & Info, Health Sciences Communications, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

3.) Senior Account Supervisor/Vice President (Corporate Communications), Ruder Finn, New York, NY

4.) Senior Manager of Corporate Communications, Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, MI

5.) Corporate Communications Intern, Volvo Group, New York, NY

6.) DIRECTOR OF INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS-HUMAN RESOURCES, Gwinnett Medical Center, Lawrenceville, GA

7.) Director, External Relations, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, Brighton, United Kingdom

8.) Manager – Employee Communications – Global Corporate Communications, Alcon Laboratories Inc., Fort Worth, TX

9.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Prudential Connecticut Realty, Wallingford, CT

10.) Internal Communications Officer, The Royal College of Physicians, London, UK

11.) Sr Director Member Programs, Association for Career and Technical Education, Alexandria, VA

12.) Communications Consultant – Internal Communications, Dell Inc., Round Rock, TX

13.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Seton Family of Hospitals, Austin, TX

14.) Marketing and Communications Specialist – CT, Acsys inc., Farmington, CT

15.) Senior Manager, Corporate Marketing and Communications, Population Services International, Washington, DC

16.) Corporate Marketing and Communications Graphics Design Intern, Population Services International, Washington, DC

17.) Technical Writer, World Airways, Peachtree City, GA

18.) Proposal Editor – International Development, Land O'Lakes International Development, Washington, DC or Shoreview, MN

19.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, LifeSize Communications, Inc., Austin, TX

20.) Public Relations Manager, Kogod School of Business and the School of Communication, The American University, Washington, DC

21.) Public Relations Manager, School of Public Affairs and the School of International Service, The American University, Washington, DC

22.) Media Relations Specialist, Office of the Vice President for Institute Affairs, MIT, Cambridge MA

23.) Media Relations Assistant, Office of the Vice President for Institute Affairs, MIT, Cambridge, MA

24.) Manager, Corporate Communications, Sears Holding Corp., Hoffman Estates, IL

25.) Freelance Editor, BestBedGuide.com, Anywhere in USA

26.) Special Events Manager, The Arc of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN

27.) Associate Account Executive (AAE), Revive Public Relations, Santa Barbara, CA

28.) Web Producer, St. John's University, Queens, NY

29.) Copywriter, Myjive, Charlotte, North Carolina

30.) Corporate Communications Manager, Lantheus Medical Imaging, North Billerica, Mass.

31.) Account Supervisor – PR agency experience preferred, Jones Public Affairs, Inc., Washington, DC

32.) Brand Marketing Intern, Le Pain Quotidien, New York, NY

33.) Mid Level Conceptor/Copywriter, Safari Sundays, New York, New York

34.) Public Relations coordinator, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Austin, TX

35.) Sr. Corporate Communications Manager, SolarWinds, Austin, TX

36.) Full-Time Account Executive, New Venture Communications, Washington, D.C.

37.) Winter internship for communications student/recent graduate, New Venture Communications, San Mateo, CA

38.) Media Relations Manager, Thompson Hine LLP, Cleveland, OH

39.) Communications Director – Texas, Stand for Children, Austin, TX

40.) Art Director, Twinlab Corporation, American Fork, Utah

41.) Director, Financial Global Corporate Communications, Washington, DC, metro area

42.) Director, Internal Global Corporate Communications, Washington, DC, metro area

43.) Communications Specialist, Service Corporation International, Houston, TX

44.) Investor Relations Manager, New Profit, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts

45.) Director, Corporate Communications, Treasury Wine Estates, Napa, CA

46.) Communications Officer (Emergencies), World Vision, Milton Keynes, UK

47.) Head of Healthcare Practice for a global PR agency, Boston, MA

48.) Media Consultant, The GAVI Alliance, Berlin, Germany

49.) Assistant Director For Communications, Maryland Sea Grant College, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, College Park, MD

50.) Strategic Communications Advisor, Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Afghanistan

51.) Communications Assistant, CENTRONIA, Washington, DC

52.) INTERN Corporate Communications Summer, Corning, Corning, NY

53.) Social Media Contributor, Rosetta Stone, Arlington, VA

54.) Communication Specialist, SSA, International Consultant, United Nations Children's Fund, NY, NY

Closing Date – 28 Jan 2011

55.) STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANT, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), South Florida

56.) SENIOR COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, Association of California State Supervisors, Sacramento CA

57.) Communications Coordinator, National Union of Workers (Australia), Victoria, Queensland, Australia

58.) Web / Graphic Designer, Transport Workers Union, Washington, DC

59.) Video Communications Supervisor, New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council, NY, NY

60.) Communications Director, Social Security Works, Washington, DC

61.) Communications Specialist, United Healthcare Workers East, Baltimore, MD

62.) Associate Manager, Public Relations, Olympus America Inc., Center Valley, PA

63.) Director of Public Relations and Communications, Sun National Bank, Mount Laurel, NJ

64.) Associate Vice President for Communications, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA

65.) Director of Public Communications (Temp – 6 months), School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ 66.) Writer/Editor, UGI Utilities, Reading, PA

67.) Corporate Communications Manager, Executive Health Resources (EHR), Newtown Square, PA

68.) Public Relations Account Executive, Schubert Communications, Downingtown, PA

69.) Copywriter, Aloysius Butler & Clark, Wilmington, DE

70.) Communications and Outreach Manager, National Center for Responsible Gaming, Washington, DC

71.) Special Events Manager, Thurgood Marshall Academy, Washington, DC

72.) Sr. Director, Employee Communications & Recognition, NII Holdings, Inc. (Nextel International, Inc.), Reston, VA.

73.) PR Account and Senior Account Representatives, Lois Paul & Partners, Boston, MA and Austin, TX

74.) Director Communications, Oxygen, General Electric, New York, New York

75.) LS/College Marketing and Communications Director, Suffolk University, Boston, MA

76.) Assistant Professor/Public Relations, Communication & Journalism, Suffolk University, Boston, MA

77.) Vice President, Corporate Partnerships-Global, Special Olympics International, Washington, DC

78.) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, The Frost Place, Franconia, NH

79.) Barista, Hilton Hotels Corp. McLean, VA

80.) Latte's Supervisor, L'Auberge du Lac Casino Resort, Lake Charles, LA

81.) Dairy cheese farm Internship, Valley Shepherd Creamery, Long Valley, NJ

82.) Ice Cream Maker – Pastry Shop, The Bellagio, Las Vegas, NV

83.) Frozen Yogurt Store Manager, Yogurt Mountain, Trussville, AL

85.) Cheese Opener, Dairy Farmers of America, West Middlesex, PA

86.) Staff Mixologist, Republic National Distributing Co., Phoenix, AZ

87.) Burial Vault Customer Service Representative, Batesville Casket Co., Little Rock, AR

88.) Director, Body Donation Program, University of California-San Diego, La Jolla, CA

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*** Let’s get to the jobs:

A JOTW “Can’t Wait” posting from AstraZeneca

1.) Sr. Manager Corporate Communications – Sales, AstraZeneca, Wilmington, DE

Full-Time

601231

Employee understanding of the company's business strategies and strategic initiatives, its people strategies and initiatives, and company policies are essential to effective execution against those strategies, strong business performance, organizational effectiveness and best-in-class employee engagement, a US scorecard priority. A Senior Manager — Corporate Communications, Sales — will develop and implement high-impact, integrated communications plans for sales in support of people strategies and initiatives, company policies and the corporate strategy to embed integrity and compliance in all aspects of plans and business operations. The position will provide strategic communications counsel, assessment, integrated planning and execution in support of senior Sales leaders for the Specialty Care sales teams. The person in this role will work within and champion a culture focused on Planning, Producing and Integrating with extreme clarity and flexibility.

Major Responsibilities

• Work with sales and brand leadership to develop comprehensive, integrated communications plans for the selling team(s) assigned. Develop overarching message platforms for all content going to the selling team(s).

• Coordinate selling message and direction coming from multiple brand teams and national sales director to their team, working with Business Alignment to ensure a consistent, integrated flow of communication to the selling teams that “tell the bigger story.”

• Partner with Brand Corporate Affairs colleagues to monitor and determine appropriate action for brand-related issues in the external environment.

• Ensure all communications share a unified, on-brand look and feel that reflect the company's business priorities and strategy.

• Prioritize messages and act as gatekeeper.

• Act as “quality control” oversight for content created by the brand teams and national sales directors. Ensure communications are on-message and pushed through the appropriate channels, including approval as needed.

• Proactively uncover issues, trends and concerns within the selling team; craft strategic communication plans to shape current thinking

• Advise sales leadership on sequencing for communication cascades; counsel national sales directors on message, approach and style for planned communications.

• Encourage cross-functional collaboration and information exchange across a highly matrixed sales and marketing organization.

• Support execution of AstraZeneca's commercial model and sales strategy.

• Monitor and assist in gaining employee feedback through formal and informal communications.

• Support development and consistent use of Sales communication channels. As a member of the functional Corporate Communications team:

• Provide feedback on the needs and issues of the field sales audience to influence corporate deliverables.

• Identify and develop content from the clients/client projects to imbed into ongoing corporate communications.

• Act on behalf of Corporate Communications at sales meetings and surface underlying concerns, trends and potential issues with team. Skills and Competencies Strategic Planning

• Communicate an aligned, clear, unifying vision across all brands

• Push marketing strategy through highly operational-focused sales organization

• Ensure all written and verbal communications to the field “tell one story” Focus on Delivery

• Make effective and timely decisions even in the face of ambiguity

• Take responsibility for actions and results and encourage others to do so

• Ensure performance is measured rigorously against expected results Build Relationships

• Develop role as trusted advisor with National Sales Directors

• Integrate and balance national, regional and local considerations

• Strive to improve cross-functional cooperation and eliminate activities that do not add value

• Listen attentively and respond constructively to the needs, viewpoints, and interests of others

• Build coalitions across heavily siloed teams and organizations

Minimum Requirements

• Bachelor's degree in journalism, communication, marketing or related field

• 8 years communications experience (at least half of which involved significant internal communications for medium to large organization)

• Demonstrated ability to set and manage priorities, resources, goals, and project initiatives

• Experience on fast-paced, results driven team

• Superior writing and editing skills

• Highly developed strategic planning skills

• Strong negotiation ability

• Maturity and composure under pressure

• Demonstrated ability to interact and counsel senior executives compellingly

• Ability to understand and interpret scientific and medical data

• First-rate coordination, collaboration, organization and multi-tasking skills

• Thorough knowledge of sales organization and needs

Preferred Background

• Experience with sales/marketing/commercial communications

• Corporate/internal communications

• Leadership support

Application link: http://jobs.astrazeneca.com/jobs/566-sr-manager-corporate-communications

*** From Joe Quimby:

Hello Ned,

I hope you and yours are well. I have a job media relations opening in my shop in Atlanta where life is good. BA + 5 years experience. Must apply online.

Glad to finally be able to contribute.

Joe

Joe Quimby

Assistant Vice President

Executive Director, Media Relations for

Health Sciences Communications

Emory University

Atlanta, GA 30322

http://www.emoryhealthsciences.org

2.) Asst Dir, News & Info, Health Sciences Communications, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

Job Description:

Works with administration to identify programs, research, and cultural and other events appropriate for media relations attention. Develops and implements promotional strategies and media relations programs to promote the organization locally, regionally, and nationally. Establishes and maintains relationships with reporters through letters, telephone calls, and personal visits. Creates media opportunities. Responds to incoming media inquiries and prioritizes media coverage. Attends campus events to host reporters on evenings and weekends. Travels to meet with reporters and editors. Monitors news to be aware of current events. Researches issues/trends relevant to higher education. Develops, writes and edits news releases, stories, articles, letters and other media relations communications materials. Plans and assigns article ideas for periodicals. Interviews sources for stories and obtains quotes and background information. Participates in strategic communication planning and implementation including crisis communication and issues management. Monitors new developments in electronic communications technology; recommends the acquisition of appropriate new technologies/applications. Assists in developing distribution procedures and mailing lists. Performs related responsibilities as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor's degree in public relations, journalism or related field. Five years professional experience in public relations, writing, or editing.

Preferred Qualifications:

Must be an excellent writer and critical thinker with a positive attitude. Must be flexible in work schedule to attend and possibly host news media representatives for occasional planned events and for breaking news events on evenings and weekends. Has the working mind, drive, and sense of urgency of a journalist as this person will be required to interview sources for stories, obtaining quotes and sound bites for internal and external use. New media/internet and social media experience helpful but not required as are audio/video production skills. Excellent verbal and written communications skills, strong customer service focus and interpersonal skills are required for participation in a team environment. In addition, successful candidates must be effective time managers, have the ability to multi-task, and demonstrate attention to detail. Must have the ability to track their work and see projects/tasks to successful completion. Also, candidates must have organizational skills with strong computer software skills necessary to maintain critical, confidential information for the WHSC. Individual must be able to work independently in a fast paced environment, make sound judgments, prioritize work, and demonstrate the energy, drive and dedication to complete projects on time.

Additional Job Details

Also this position works with administrators and faculty to identify Woodruff Health Sciences employees and other events appropriate for media relations attention in an effort to tell the great stories of how all aspects of Woodruff Health Sciences Center are making a difference in people’s lives through advances in health sciences. Establishes and maintains relationships with reporters, editors and producers involved with online and other new media outlets. Creates media opportunities with news releases and pitches to news media outlets while often simultaneously responding to incoming media inquiries – setting up interviews with subject matter experts often on short notice and leveraging various opportunities while prioritizing media demands in an effort to maximize coverage. May travel on occasion to meet with reporters and editors. Researches issues and trends relevant to health sciences to include medical research and patient care. Develops, writes and edits talking points, and other media relations communications materials such as blogs and other new media outlets. Works with others as a team player to plan, develop and write articles for internal periodicals/publications. Assists in developing the distribution lists in order to quickly reach both internal and external publics.

Job Requisition ID 20395BR

Division Exec.V.P. for Health Affairs

Department 701000:EVP Health Affairs

Full/Part Time Full-Time

Regular/Temporary Regular

Minimum Hourly $ 21.153846

Midpoint Hourly $ 28.317308

Minimum Annual $ 44000

Midpoint Annual $ 58900

http://www.hr.emory.edu/careers/index.html

Click on external candidate

When next page opens –

Search by marketing/communications category

or search by the Job Requisition ID # of 20395BR

3.) Senior Account Supervisor/Vice President (Corporate Communications), Ruder Finn, New York, NY

ABOUT THE POSITION

Our New York based Corporate Communications group is seeking a SENIOR ACCOUNT SUPERVISOR OR VICE PRESIDENT to join its fast-paced and growing practice. As an experienced public relations professional either already at the senior account supervisor level and looking for new challenges or ready to take the next step to a Senior Account Supervisor or Vice President role you will play a key role on two relatively new global healthcare related clients. The Corporate Communications group partners with a distinguished list of companies that have demonstrated growth year over year in a variety of sectors including healthcare.

ABOUT YOUR EXPERTISE

You will likely have 6 or so years of experience within a PR agency setting in corporate communications and preferably in the healthcare field ideally with experience with health benefits clients or biotech/biologics/plasma-derived products companies (this is preferred though not absolutely required). You must be a proven project leader with solid skills in driving high-level communications programs and managing teams. You must also have strong writing and editing skills and ideally media relations skills. In your role you must already have experience building strong relationships with clients at a variety of levels.

ABOUT THE ROLE STRUCTURE

You will report to a Senior Vice President in a team that is highly collaborative and very strong. However, you will also work fairly independent of your manager, who will be there to mentor you and provide support as needed. As an already experienced leader, you can productively manage account teams to meet client needs on time and on budget, as well as end-to-end projects. We expect that you will mentor and play an active role in the development of junior-level staff by providing growth opportunities and contributing your expertise to our training programs.

http://www.resumebook360.com/jobs/opportunity/315108

*** A “Can’t Wait” posting from Elizabeth Karstens at Kellogg Company:

4.) Senior Manager of Corporate Communications, Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, MI

Kellogg’s ® is a name that always raises a smile. We’ve been around for generations and have built up an impressive portfolio of brands that can be found in many households across the globe. We market in over 180 countries, and with over 31,000 employees worldwide our annual 2009 sales towered up to an impressive $13 billion. As a Senior Manager of Corporate Communications you will be afforded the opportunity to grow as a communicator and have a broad career path. We believe in investing in our employees; providing them an opportunity to work with our global responsibility teams, exposure to multiple areas of the business and project ownership while making a significant difference to the business and products that are inspirational to work with.

From our Global Headquarters in Battle Creek as Senior Manager of Corporate Communications, you will play a key role by managing various external communications priorities that help advance and protect Kellogg Company’s corporate reputation through program planning, management, implementation and evaluation. By working with our friendly teams who are passionate about the Kellogg’s ® brand, you’ll be responsible for working on the corporate responsibility reports, while advancing and protecting our corporate reputation.

In your role as Senior Manager of Corporate Communications, you will contribute to the overall success of the Kellogg business by:

Corporate Responsibility Report:

-Developing and managing the production of our annual global corporate responsibility report. This will include working collaboratively with the global team to ensure that the information accurately reflects our commitments and priorities.

Corporate Reputation Management:

-Providing strategic and tactical support for efforts to advance Kellogg Company’s reputation.

-Supporting day-to-day media relations activities to generate balanced to positive media coverage, indulging drafting press releases, position statements and Q&A documents, identifying opportunities to help strengthen our reputation and responding to media inquiries.

Annual Shareowners Meeting/Retired Officers Update:

-Developing content for Annual Shareowners Meeting and Retired Officer Update.

At Kellogg we put a huge emphasis on recruiting the best people to help grow our business and build on our successes. To be considered for this position you must be able to demonstrate the following:

-Four-year college degree in communications, journalism or related field required.

-Minimum of 10 years of experience in communications required.

-Must have excellent communication skills, including both written and oral communications. Fluent in AP Style.

– Demonstrate effective critical thinking and strategic planning skills through strong project-management abilities. This includes the ability to meet tight deadlines and juggle multiple priorities, along with the ability to be detail oriented and able to execute flawlessly on projects in a fast-paced, often pressured environment.

-Able to work independently, as well as effectively within a collaborative team with members of all levels of experience. Also, must be able to work well with a variety of key customers throughout the organization and external partners.

-Ability to use Microsoft Office applications, wire services, media monitoring software and other public relations tools.

-Travel is required up to 10% of scheduled time to attend training, business meetings and other work-related functions.

Preferred:

-Experience to come from a mixture of corporate and agency communications.

-Experience working within the food industry is a plus.

-Prior experience working with nutrition and/or providing communication about nutrition issues is a plus.

Please apply online at: http://bit.ly/SMCC25131

5.) Corporate Communications Intern, Volvo Group, New York, NY

https://xjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?SID=&jobId=202408

6.) DIRECTOR OF INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS-HUMAN RESOURCES, Gwinnett Medical Center, Lawrenceville, GA

The Gwinnett Hospital System (GHS) an Award Winning Healthcare Network! is on the PATH of Planning, Advancing, and Transforming Healthcare. Employing more than 4300 Associate on two different campuses and 800 affiliate Physicians our Not for Profit healthcare system seeks a Director of Internal Communications. This position is responsible for developing, executing and managing strategic, consistent and ongoing Internal Communication program that support the Gwinnett Hospital System. (GHS) The position utilizes expertise in internal communications to provide advice and guidance regarding communications of information and programs to Associates. This position develops messages for the CEO, Senior Leaders, and Management Team on a wide variety of topics and focus. The position manages the internal communication staff, and the work of freelance professionals and vendors. THIS POSITION IS ELIGIBLE FOR REFERRAL BONUS.

Qualifications:

Requires: A Bachelors Degree in Communication, Journalism or related field. Seven (7) years Internal/External Communications experience in a Corporate environment. Proven track record and demonstrated experience with executive-level associate communications, using various channels to reach these audiences. Strong project management, Demonstrated experience with Intranet evaluation and design. Internal Branding experience is preferred.

https://www.gwinnettmedicalcenter.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=3553

7.) Director, External Relations, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, Brighton, United Kingdom

Deadline: January 31 2011

http://www.comminit.com/en/node/329073/ads

8.) Manager – Employee Communications – Global Corporate Communications, Alcon Laboratories Inc., Fort Worth, TX

http://www.careersinpharmaceutical.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/jobsearchdetails/JobID/18549

9.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Prudential Connecticut Realty, Wallingford, CT

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?ipath=EXGOO&siteid=CBSIMPLYHIRED&Job_DID=J8C3525X9DVYX82VZ39

*** From Nicholas Stephenson:

Hi Ned,

A Royal College of Physicians, Internal Comms Officer role.

Thanks

Nicholas Stephenson

Account Manager

Melcrum Publishing Ltd.

London UK

10.) Internal Communications Officer, The Royal College of Physicians, London, UK

Enthusiastic? Creative? Enjoy a challenge? If so, you could help us to introduce effective internal communications practices across the RCP, using new and experimental ways to deliver information to the organisation. This new position provides you with an exciting challenge as you play a key role in shaping the culture of the RCP.

As Internal communications officer, you’ll be part of a team that is central to the RCP in developing and implementing internal communications policy across the organisation. In this challenging role, you will be able to use your creative and innovative approach to work, perhaps experimenting with new media or different ways of communicating. An enthusiastic and creative communicator, you will work with staff at all levels.

Benefits include 27 days of annual leave, a first class pension scheme, free lunches, season ticket loan (after probation) and much more. In addition, you will be working in a friendly environment in an attractive location opposite Regent’s Park.

To download an application pack, visit www.rcplondon.ac.uk/jobs. Alternatively, you can request a pack by e-mailing ps.recruitment@rcplondon.ac.uk (Please note that CVs sent in isolation will not be accepted).

Circa £26,000 per annum

Closing date for applications: Monday 31 January 2011.

http://www.internalcommsjobs.co.uk/viewjob.asp?numStartRecord=10&numJobID=5036

*** From Jill Kurtz, APR, who got it from Sabrina Kidwai:

11.) Sr Director Member Programs, Association for Career and Technical Education, Alexandria, VA

SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsible for the development, management and communication of programs and services that meet the needs of members and enhance the value of membership. Responsible for online and print publishing programs, meetings and conventions, advertising activities. Responsible for marketing efforts of the Association, including membership marketing.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

1. Identify, develop and manage programs to meet the needs of current and potential members.

2. Develop and implement marketing strategies to effectively communicate all association programs and services in keeping with the overall marketing objectives Coordinate and work with appropriate outside sources

3. Identify, develop, implement and evaluate marketing strategies to communicate the association‘s value to members and prospective members

4. Provide quality customer service in accordance with the ACTE Customer Service Standards including timely communication and response to member, nonmember and staff inquiries

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5. Develop and manage all professional development activities, in-person and electronic meetings.

6. Manage the Annual Convention, including format design, general session speaker selection, site selection, meeting logistics and exhibits.

7. Identify and manage communication vehicles to meet objectives of Association and inform members of all activities within the Association.

8. Oversee the content of the ACTE website to assure that it conveys appropriate value and a clear message.

9. Manage the Awards Program.

10. Manage all print and online publications that meet Association objectives.

11. Manage the Association Resource Center.

12. Provide leadership to and direct department staff.

13. Develop and monitor the department budget including monthly variance reporting

14. Serve as staff liaison to appropriate committees and task forces and effectively communicate plans and recommendations to staff and leadership.

15. Maintain thorough knowledge of CTE, association communications and marketing best practices, and relevant technology trends through the trade press, attendance at meetings and events.

16. Serve as a member of the ACTE Senior Staff team.

17. Other duties as assigned.

Working Relationships:

Internal: Senior staff, general staff and departments.

External: Volunteer leaders, member and nonmember communities, contractors, business and industry, relevant associations and organizations.

EXPERIENCE, SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

1. 8-10+ years experience directing association programs, publications and marketing for associations.

2. Extensive knowledge of Internet technologies relating to the delivery of static and dynamic editorial content, e-mail newsletters and listservs, social networking and community forums.

3. Proven experience in managing staff.

4. Proven experience in developing and managing budgets.

5. Bachelor’s degree.

6. Excellent verbal, writing and interpersonal skills.

7. Must be able to work irregular hours, travel, think quickly and work under pressure.

Please send resume and cover letter to ACTE’s Executive Director Jan Bray at jbray@acteonline.org.

12.) Communications Consultant – Internal Communications, Dell Inc., Round Rock, TX

https://dell.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=669777

13.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Seton Family of Hospitals, Austin, TX

http://www.healthecareers.com/MGMA/job/marketing-communications-spec/1164214

14.) Marketing and Communications Specialist – CT, Acsys inc., Farmington, CT

http://www.jobfox.com/Web/Seeker/Landing/AppJobDetails.aspx?AppJobId=9d75972c-efd9-4617-bd9f-dca0c5651f2f&source=simplyhired65

15.) Senior Manager, Corporate Marketing and Communications, Population Services International, Washington, DC

Description:

Population Services International (PSI) is the world's leading non-profit social marketing organization, with a mission to measurably improve the health of poor and vulnerable people in the developing world by influencing their behavior, principally through social marketing of family planning and health products and services, and health communications. PSI has programs in more than 60 countries and works in malaria, HIV, reproductive health, child survival, and tuberculosis. PSI's core values are a belief in markets and market mechanisms to contribute to sustained improvements in the lives of the poor; results and a strong focus on measurement; speed and efficiency with a predisposition to action and an aversion to bureaucracy; decentralization and empowering our staff at the local level; and a long term commitment to the people we serve. For more information, please visit www.psi.org

The Senior Manager, Corporate Marketing and Communications (CMC) will assist the Director and Vice-President, CMC, with securing and developing corporate and NGO partnerships, oversee PSI's global conference strategy, lead corporate fundraising, and manage event planning. The Senior Manager, CMC is based in Washington, DC with 25% domestic and international travel and reports to the Director, CMC.

Responsibilities:

Manage a portfolio of partnerships and serve as an advocate for PSI within the NGO community

Lead strategy development and solicitation of corporate partnerships

Meet annual fundraising goal

Oversee and execute online giving strategy for www.psi.org

Develop CMC proposals, maintain relationships with corporate partners, draft annual strategies and pitches for continued corporate involvement

Lead initiative to sell sponsorship for Impact, PSI's magazine

Advocate internally on the value of Corporate Marketing and Communications to HQ and to platforms through quality service delivery

Act as brand steward of the PSI brand and values, providing market research (internal and external stakeholder perception audits) and developing plans for brand building at the corporate and platform level

Lead and provide support for corporate partner and celebrity travel to PSI platforms

Provide support to programs in the field for branding and ambassador engagement through the development of training activities, manuals and online resources

Contribute to publications, speeches, contracts and budgets

Supervise associate managers, coordinators, and/or assistants as assigned by Director

Experience:

Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Communications, Business, International Relations or related field required

6-8 yrs experience in marketing, project management, global health, partnership and business development, or corporate social responsibility; ad agency experience preferred

Excellent writing, speaking and technical capabilities

Self-starter with an entrepreneurial spirit

Prior sales, business development or fundraising experience preferred

Excellent interpersonal skills combined with motivation and initiative

Fluency in French or Spanish preferred

APPLY ONLINE at http://www.psi.org. No calls or emails, please.

PSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals regardless of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or disability.

http://sh.webhire.com/servlet/av/jd?ai=624&ji=2504577&sn=I

16.) Corporate Marketing and Communications Graphics Design Intern, Population Services International, Washington, DC

The part-time position based in Washington, DC provides design support to the Corporate Marketing & Communications Department. The candidate will report to the Corporate Marketing & Communications Coordinator.

Responsibilities:

Duties include but are not be limited to the following:

Create designs for PSI's 7 external publications based on PSI's overall design theme in InDesign and/or MS Word

Convert these designs into user-friendly templates in MS Word

Transfer most-used publications into the new designs

Format new publications in the new design as necessary

Design publications for the Research & Metrics department as necessary

Create designs and templates for poster presentations and photo posters that will be displayed at conferences; and

Categorize and input content into media database regularly

Experience:

Proficiency in using InDesign, Illustrator, MS Word and MS Access

Pursuing a graphics design degree or certification or holds a degree in a related field

Exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills

The position will require at least 20 hours per week, beginning in February, for a minimum of 4 months. This position can either be used for independent study credit or as a paid internship.

Please apply by emailing your resume, cover letter and 2 sample designs to info@psi.org. Include 'Graphics Design Internship Application' in the subject line. Only complete applications will be considered. No phone calls please.

https://sh.webhire.com/servlet/av/jd?ai=624&ji=2514350&sn=I

17.) Technical Writer, World Airways, Peachtree City, GA

https://jobs.smartbrief.com/action/listing?listingid=8C1DB024-F54F-4A82-AECA-1436D8B0E7AB&briefid=3e572e11-3fbc-11d5-ad13-000244141872

18.) Proposal Editor – International Development, Land O'Lakes International Development, Washington, DC or Shoreview, MN

Deadline: February 12 2010

http://www.comminit.com/en/node/328173/ads

19.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, LifeSize Communications, Inc., Austin, TX

http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=q9Y9VfwV&v=1&page=Job%20Description&j=o9fAVfwD

*** From Camille Lepre:

Hi Ned, your alma mater's busy University Communications office is looking to fill 2 positions.

Camille Lepre

American University

20.) Public Relations Manager, Kogod School of Business and the School of Communication, The American University, Washington, DC

Public Relations Manager (KSB, SOC) Position #9383

This position primarily supports the Kogod School of Business and the School of Communication.

5-10 years of media relations or public relations experience required.

Apply online with cover letter, resume and writing samples: https://jobs.american.edu/JobPosting.aspx?JPID=906

Accepting applications through February 11, 2011.

www.american.edu

21.) Public Relations Manager, School of Public Affairs and the School of International Service, The American University, Washington, DC

Public Relations Manager (SPA/SIS) Position #9382

This position primarily supports the School of Public Affairs and the School of International Service.

5-10 years of media relations or public relations experience required.

Apply online with cover letter, resume and writing samples: https://jobs.american.edu/JobPosting.aspx?JPID=907

Accepting applications through February 11, 2011.

www.american.edu

*** From Aaron Weinberger :

Hello,

The MIT News Office is recruiting for two media relations positions. Below are the descriptions. Interested applicants may submit a resume and cover letter at http://hrweb.mit.edu/staffing. Thank you.

Aaron Weinberger

Human Resources Associate

22.) Media Relations Specialist, Office of the Vice President for Institute Affairs, MIT, Cambridge, MA

MEDIA RELATIONS SPECIALIST, Office of the Vice President for Institute Affairs-MIT News Office, to be responsible for media outreach on behalf of MIT research, initiatives, and events. Will pitch stories to national and international news media, with a particular focus on the science and technology press; organize media coverage of major announcements and research initiatives; write press releases and other supporting materials; respond to inquiries from the news media; and help coordinate response to breaking news. Will also plan and manage high-level projects, events, and campaigns, working closely with MIT faculty, departments, labs and centers.

REQUIREMENTS: a bachelor's degree, a minimum of five years of experience in media relations and related fields, and proven ability to secure high-level media coverage and manage major projects and campaigns. Seek highly organized and motivated individual with excellent interpersonal and communications skills. Excellent writing skills are essential. Experience working with science and/or technology press a major plus. MIT-00007427-O

Submission of a cover letter is a required element of the application process.

Interested applicants may submit a resume and cover letter at http://hrweb.mit.edu/staffing.

23.) Media Relations Assistant, Office of the Vice President for Institute Affairs, MIT, Cambridge, MA

MEDIA RELATIONS ASSISTANT, MIT News Office, to perform a variety of media relations duties. Will write press releases and other material for the news media; handle media inquiries and arrange interviews with MIT faculty; coordinate media visits to the MIT campus; organize media events; track MIT press coverage and assemble daily, weekly, and monthly clips packages; and manage extensive media contacts database and online experts guide. Will also provide general administrative support to busy media relations team.

REQUIREMENTS: three years of experience working in media relations/public relations; fluency with Microsoft Word, FileMaker, and Excel; and ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Must possess excellent writing and interpersonal skills, including the ability to represent MIT to the news media and interact with MIT faculty and senior administration. A background in science/technology would be a major plus. Must be highly organized and meticulous when preparing press materials and other collateral. Bachelor's degree preferred. MIT-00007472-5

Submission of a cover letter is a required element of the application process.

Interested applicants may submit a resume and cover letter at http://hrweb.mit.edu/staffing.

24.) Manager, Corporate Communications, Sears Holding Corp., Hoffman Estates, IL

https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=758984

*** From Michael Magnuson:

25.) Freelance Editor, BestBedGuide.com, Anywhere in USA

Summary — Best Bed Guide, the leading information website for mattress shoppers, is seeking an independent contractor for a 6-12 month part-time engagement as Freelance Editor. The Freelance Editor will provide services in multiple areas, including writing, editing, researching, and more. We are looking for a bright, energetic person that is enthusiastic about the problem we are solving, and is capable of synthesizing large amounts of information on a complex subject.

About the Position — The Freelance Editor will be hired as an independent contractor for a 6-12 month engagement. Initially, the Freelance Editor’s role will be to assume specific editorial responsibilities, including:

* Writing articles (or outsourcing and editing them) – both blog posts and researched articles

* Streamlining the research process – an existing system designed to produce high-quality data

* Structuring oversight of user participation in the site – designing guidelines, moderating user posts, etc.

* Soliciting and administering contributions to the site from outside industry experts

* Developing initial editorial content for new product categories

This project is initially expected to require ~10-20 hours per week, with the likelihood that the workload will increase over the course of the project. The work can be done on any schedule, so long as general timelines are being met. Geographically, this role could be performed from anywhere in the US. Compensation will be competitive.

Required Skills:

* Writing – especially in making complex topics more easy to understand

* Editing – some experience in overseeing work from other writers

* Organization – strong organization skills and attention to detail

* Intellectual Curiosity – interest in developing subject matter expertise related to mattresses

Experience / Background:

* Experience in a journalistic organization – preferably 2-3 years for a B2B publication on the web

* Web savvy – comfortable with the fast pace of online publishing, promotion via social media, etc.

* Bachelor’s degree – preferably in English, Communications, Journalism, or the like

About the Company — Based in San Francisco, Best Bed Guide is the leading information website for mattress shoppers, reaching over

100,000 unique visitors per month. Best Bed Guide does not sell

mattresses – we merely provide consumers with valuable information to help them find the right mattress for them. Mattresses are often ranked by consumers as one of the most confusing, frustrating and difficult products to buy. Our mission is to make this process easier and more successful for each and every mattress shopper. If you are up to this challenge, we want you on our team!

Interested candidates, please email us — jobs [at] bestbedguide [dot] com. In your email, please include a resume and a link to your profile page on LinkedIn.

Behavior Change Communication Advisor, CHF International, Rwanda

Deadline: March 31 2011

http://www.comminit.com/en/node/328285/ads

*** From Beth King, APR:

Here’s one for JOTW:

Hope all is well.

Thanks,

Beth

26.) Special Events Manager, The Arc of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN

The Arc of Indiana is seeking an outstanding Special Events Manager

The Arc of Indiana is seeking an outstanding Special Events Manager – Responsible for all special events. Manage all aspects including revenue and expense budget, volunteer development, community and corporate donor development and day of event logistics. Must be able to prioritize and manage multiple tasks in a fast paced environment as well as work independently and as a team. Have superior interpersonal skills, detailed-oriented, organized and willing to work some evenings and weekends. Proficient in InDesign or Adobe Illustrator. Bacholor’s degree plus special event expereince a plus. Please send resume to The Arc of Indiana, 107 N. Pennsylvania Street, Suite 800, Indianapolis, IN 46204. No phone calls please. EOE

*** From Deb Kaufman:

Hi Ned, hope that you're well and happy 2011! Please post the following in your next edition of JOTW.

Sincerely, Deb Kaufman/Healthcare Recruiting, Inc., 310.403.4270

27.) Associate Account Executive (AAE), Revive Public Relations, Santa Barbara, CA

YEARS EXPERIENCE: 6 months to 1 year

REPORTS TO: VP/SVP/Chief Accounts Officer (CAO) TO APPLY: Email Resume to Deb Kaufman, email: deborah@healthcare-recruiting.com THE POSITION Our client, leading PR Agency Revive Public Relations, has an immediate opportunity for an AAE with experience in executing PR/communications tactics (writing press releases, media relations, collateral development, issues management/grassroots programs) and social media (website development, SEO, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, among others). Strong writing/editing, pitching and project management skills are essential as well as an ability to multitask across a wide variety of programs and instill trust and confidence among multiple client contacts. The ideal experience is in the provider world – hospitals, health systems, physician organizations, specialty providers, or other caregiver organizations. Agency experience is preferred; in-house public relations/communications experience working for a provider organization is a plus.

THE RESPONSIBILITIES

Includes, but not limited to the following:

Write, edit and proofread materials including press releases, pitch letters, collateral, fact sheets and client reports/correspondences

Build media lists and pitch media

Demonstrate general knowledge of social media tools

Provide client service administration support; attend meetings, handle account management logistics

Skilled at research; execute on research initiatives and leverage Internet-based PR and media research resources

Compile client placements and analyze client media coverage/develop client media results reports

Help train and/or supervise interns/trainees

Participate in new business, including research and proposal preparation THE ESSENTIALS

Education:

Bachelors degree is required.

Experience:

At least one internship in a public relations setting; 6 months to 1 year of experience. Agency experience is preferred; in-house experience working for a provider organization is a plus.

Proficient with AP Style and have the ability to draft basic documents (e.g. press releases, pitch letters, etc.)

Be detail oriented and have the ability to multi-task and prioritize work assignments

Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)

Posses maturity, keen judgment, enthusiasm and strong people skills

Strong computer skills

Knowledge of Cision and other media driven programs a plus

Be a self-starter, independent worker and also a team player

Experience in public relations/media relations, social media, public affairs (an emphasis in grassroots preferred), campaign management, and/or issues/crisis management preferred.

The Qualities and Attributes You Need to Succeed:

– A drive to win and a focus on results

– A love of PR and issues management

– An “addiction” to quality thinking and performance

– A commitment to personal mastery

– An attitude of team abundance and a sense of humor

– A genuine care for others

– A habit of being truthful even when it hurts THE FIRM Revive was founded in 2009 and finishes 2010 with revenue 75% higher than originally planned and 13 professionals on staff. In its first year, Revive was named New Agency of the Year by the Holmes Report and already ranks among the 25 largest health care PR firms, according to O'Dwyers. Revive represents some of the top brands in health services

— including hospitals,

health systems, physician organizations, and specialty providers across the country. We provide hospitals and provider organizations all across the country with PR, issues management, direct marketing, social media, grassroots, public affairs, and crisis communication support.

Revive represents health services companies for corporate communications and ongoing reputation management efforts, as well as handling “life events” for provider organizations – including issues with payors over managed care contracts, re-branding, PR support for litigation, crisis communications, union organizing or strikes, and major issues such as mergers, acquisitions, new service lines, or affiliations. Delivering honest advice, strategic insight, and flawless execution, we pride ourselves on translating complexity into simplicity.

Revive principals have proven our expertise by building an enviable track record — more than 180 successfully completed engagements since 2005 alone. We deliver whatever the strategy needs for success — social media, public relations, grassroots coalition building, media relations, and targeted advertising.

Beyond health services, Revive is increasingly recognized as a leader in the healthy living space.

The firm is positioned to grow dramatically through new engagements with the existing client base, as well as new engagements for companies working in or focused on healthy living segments – wellness, disease management, nutrition, fitness and disease prevention TO APPLY: Email Resume to Deb Kaufman, email: deborah@healthcare-recruiting.com

28.) Web Producer, St. John's University, Queens, NY

http://jobs.adrants.com/job/web-producer-queens-ny-st-john-s-university-eb6b5b545d/

29.) Copywriter, Myjive, Charlotte, North Carolina

http://www.talentzoo.com/index.php/Copywriter/?action=view_job&jobID=104357

30.) Corporate Communications Manager, Lantheus Medical Imaging, North Billerica, Mass.

http://www.ihispano.com/job/employer/1845246/view/detail/results/lantheus-medical-imaging/boston-north/massachusetts

*** From Judy Carson:

Ned,

JPA is seeking a new position to support our media relations practice. Can you please post the following? Thanks for posting!

Judy

Judy Carson

Operations Manager

Jones Public Affairs, Inc.

Washington, DC

Fax: 202-591-4020

www.jonespublicaffairs.com

31.) Account Supervisor – PR agency experience preferred, Jones Public Affairs, Inc., Washington, DC

Jones Public Affairs is a D.C.-based firm, specializing in healthcare communications for non-profit, pharmaceutical and government clients.

http://www.jonespublicaffairs.com/about/careers

32.) Brand Marketing Intern, Le Pain Quotidien, New York, NY

http://jobs.adrants.com/job/brand-marketing-intern-new-york-ny-le-pain-quotidien-574542fadc/

33.) Mid Level Conceptor/Copywriter, Safari Sundays, New York, New York

http://www.talentzoo.com/index.php/Mid-Level-ConceptorCopywriter/?action=view_job&jobID=104349

34.) Public Relations coordinator, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Austin, TX

Performs a broad variety of administrative and project management support functions for the product public relations team. The job is characterized by a variety of tasks requiring detailed knowledge of the company and division served.

KEY FUNCTIONS:

* Proficiency in multiple productivity tools to prepare presentations, for formal business communications, technical documentation from rough drafts or verbal instructions with little or no assistance.

* Obtains and assembles data and information from a wide variety of sources to prepare reports, presentations, technical documents.

*Documents produced regularly without errors.

*Recognizes and handles highly confidential, propriety information frequently.

* Coordinates and distributes press information and releases, can require time outside regular business hours.

* Works with Product PR lead to manage departmental budget.

This position can require the successful candidate to work some non standard hours in order to facilitate press release publication. This is a high pressure position, very fast paced.

https://www.amd.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=13865

35.) Sr. Corporate Communications Manager, SolarWinds, Austin, TX

SolarWinds is looking for a Senior Corporate Communications Manager who will use their creativity, strong writing skills and social media experience to support the promotion of the SolarWinds’ brand and product family.

The Sr. Corporate Communications Manager is tasked with raising awareness levels and conversations about SolarWinds and its IT management products, reporting to the Director of Corporate Marketing. You will be responsible for managing the day to day working relationship with our various agency partners, as well as developing close relationships with top tier press, bloggers and analysts. Ideal candidates are passionate about maximizing near-term opportunities such as product launches, customer case studies and partnerships, while also building strategic, long-term programs for increasing SolarWinds’ brand awareness and perception in the IT management market. Applicants for this position should be creative and open to an innovative and non-traditional view of corporate communications.

You will be working in a fast-paced environment where brand recognition and positive press coverage is critical to achieving the overall goals of the company.

Responsibilities:

Help develop and lead communication programs to increase awareness and preference for SolarWinds brand and products. Duties may include:

• Developing and supporting the execution of holistic announcement strategies for key program priorities, such as product and partnership launches, thought leadership campaigns, guerilla PR and social media campaigns, and analyst relations

• Coordinating with the product and marketing organizations to set goals and objectives that support the overall company’s priorities

• Crafting press releases, bylined articles, case studies and other communications vehicles

• Monitoring company, industry and competitive news and developing creative ways to insert SolarWinds into conversations through compelling thought leadership and competitive positioning

• Managing the day to day relationship with various agency partners to drive exceptional program results (coverage, message pull-though and penetration, increasing share of voice)

Qualifications:

• Bachelors degree – preferably in public relations, journalism or related field

• 7+ years experience in corporate communications, either in-house or agency, technology experience a must

• Strong writing, communications and interpersonal skills

• Proven experience planning and executing successful communications campaigns and programs, pitching and working with a broad range of media outlets, including trade, business press and online. Analyst relations, social media and blogger relations experience also expected

• Experience developing and managing global campaigns is a PLU

• Self-motivated with strong attention to detail and ability to handle multiple projects at one time

• Ability to work in a fast-paced, cross-functional team setting

• An eye for perfection in all things you touch, with the inclination to ensure that all written materials and efforts reflect excellence

• A “can do” attitude and enthusiasm to do what is asked to help the team achieve success – no task too large or small!

About the Company

SolarWinds (NYSE: SWI) provides powerful and affordable IT management software to more than 95,000 customers worldwide – from Fortune 500 enterprises to small businesses. Focused on the real-world needs of IT professionals, SolarWinds products are downloadable, easy to use and maintain, and provide the power, scale, and flexibility needed to manage today’s complex IT environments. SolarWinds’ growing online community, thwack, is a gathering-place for problem-solving, technology-sharing, and participating in product development for all of SolarWinds’ products. Learn more today at http://www.solarwinds.com

SolarWinds was built by network and systems engineers who know what it takes to manage today’s dynamic IT environments. For the past 10 years, we have combined this expertise with a deep connection to the IT community to create network, applications and storage management software that’s changing expectations for the enterprise software experience. We believe that the IT pros who use our products everyday – at companies like Expedia, Petsmart, Dish Network, Marriott and virtually every civilian agency and department of the Federal government – should be excited about them. That’s why we put our users first in everything we do, and strive to deliver powerful functionality while making their jobs easier. We call it “user-centric software,” and believe that it’s helped us to become “one of the fastest-growing management tools companies in recent history,” and one of the top IPOs of 2009.

SolarWinds is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

http://www.pcrecruiter.net/pcrbin/reg5.exe?db=0%2fBCwzrxym6kO1PAG0uThvxfJbXvB%2bo5MbgqFg%3d%3d&id=116529698051271

*** From Robin Bectel:

Hi Ned –

Here are two job postings from New Venture Communications for JOTW. One is for an AE (Washington, DC) and the other for an intern (San Mateo, CA).

Thanks

Robin

36.) Full-Time Account Executive, New Venture Communications, Washington, D.C.

Job Description:

New Venture Communications (NVC) is looking for an account executive (AE) experienced in working with tech and clean tech clients either in house or at an agency. This person should be based in the Washington, DC area but this will be a telecommute, flexible work schedule position that includes working from home as well. Working closely, and in tandem with, the agency’s staff and high tech and clean tech clients, the AE will be involved in all aspects of a client account including content development and marketing outreach campaigns, social media, editorial pitching, research, audience/media targeting, and participation in strategy discussions, along with new business development support. There are no boundaries at New Venture and if you want to grow in your career, we will give you that chance.

The ideal candidate will have 2-3- years of experience and must possess an affinity for writing along with solid verbal communications skills. You should have a passion for learning and listening and good organizational skills, be able to work independently from a remote office and as part of a broader team, and have a basic understanding of how content and conversations are being leveraged in today’s social networking environment. Tech or clean tech experience is also required, because this is the core of our business. This position will work closely with a DC-based vice president, along with the team in San Mateo, CA. We are looking for a candidate that can roll with the punches as things change quickly in our environment. The candidate must also be creative and fun loving, with a strong work ethic and great sense of humor. We’re looking for a top-notch performer who’ll also be a unique addition to our small but cohesive team.

In a cover letter, the Candidate should outline specific media and campaign results, and provide writing and coverage samples. Candidate should also list salary requirements. Minimal travel required.

Who we are:

New Venture is a small, national boutique with a different approach. We focus on a small portfolio of clients, giving each one highly focused hands-on support from even our most senior team. We work with formative stage technology companies in IT and clean tech markets, and we also work closely with a number of leading VC firms. This cross section of entrepreneurs and investors provides our team a unique, insightful perspective into trends and issues as well as a greater understanding of what it takes to build and grow leading companies. Our team is small and quick, with every team member sinking deeply into every aspect of every client program. There is no hierarchy, just a roll-up-your-sleeves attitude and approach with limitless opportunities to try new things and collapse learning curves. This position is a great opportunity to gain a tremendous breadth of experience without being put in a box.

Location:

Washington, D.C. based, telecommute/flex work schedule opportunity

Reply to:

Robin Bectel (571-312-1448) or email rbectel@newventurecom.com

37.) Winter internship for communications student/recent graduate, New Venture Communications, San Mateo, CA

Job Description:

The New Venture Communications (NVC) internship offers current students and/or recent graduates hands-on communications experience working closely, and in tandem with, the agency’s staff and high tech and clean tech clients. Activities include content development and marketing outreach campaigns including writing, social media, editorial pitching, research, audience/media targeting, participation in strategy discussions, and new business development support.

Over the last five years, NVC has built a successful internship program with previous quarterly interns from Santa Clara, Colgate, Stanford, NYU, UC Irvine, Tufts, and Vanderbilt Universities.

Intern candidates applying must possess an affinity for writing and have solid verbal communications skills. They should have a passion for learning and listening, good organizational skills, be able to work independently and in a team, and have a basic understanding of how content and conversations are being leveraged in today’s social networking environment.

Who we are:

New Venture is a small, national boutique with a different approach. We focus on a small portfolio of clients, giving each one highly focused hands-on support from even our most senior team. We work with formative stage technology companies in IT and clean tech markets, and we also work closely with a number of leading VC firms. This cross section of entrepreneurs and investors provides our team a unique, insightful perspective into trends and issues as well as a greater understanding of what it takes to build and grow leading companies. Our team is small and quick, with every team member sinking deeply into every aspect of every client program. There is no hierarchy, just a roll-up-your-sleeves attitude and approach with limitless opportunities to try new things and collapse learning curves. This position is a great opportunity to gain a tremendous breadth of experience without being put in a box.

Timeframe: 10-12 week paid internship (Q1, 2011), 10 -15 hours per week

Salary: $2,000 stipend for internship duration

Reply to: Lisa Kelaita at 415-518-8986 (cell) or email lkelaita@newventurecom.com

38.) Media Relations Manager, Thompson Hine LLP, Cleveland, OH

http://jobs.adrants.com/job/media-relations-manager-cleveland-oh-thompson-hine-llp-b9cca6b9d2/

39.) Communications Director – Texas, Stand for Children, Austin, TX

Stand for Children – a bold independent voice for public education reform – seeks an exceptional individual to produce and manage the online and print communications content to drive the strategic messaging for our a newly launched Texas state affiliate.

The Organizations:

The Stand for Children family consists of two separate organizations—Stand for Children, a grassroots membership lobby for children exempt under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code, and Stand for Children Leadership Center, a leadership development organization exempt under section 501(c)(3).

Stand for Children’s mission is to use the power of grassroots action to help all children get the excellent public education and strong support they need to thrive. To date, Stand for Children’s existing state affiliates (AZ, CO, IL, IN, MA, OR, TN, and WA) have won more than one hundred victories that have impacted the lives of more than two million children. We organize parents, educators, and other concerned community members into a strong, sustained constituency that:

• Helps elect strong local school board members, state legislators, and statewide elected officials who champion public schools;*

• Advocates for education reforms at the state and local level, including reforms that increase teacher and principal effectiveness, support school autonomy with accountability, and expand instructional time, that improve student achievement and close the achievement gap;

• Lobbies the state legislature for strategic K-12 investments and then ensures local school districts spend those dollars wisely;

• Campaigns for referenda and needed school construction bonds and operating levies.

Stand for Children Leadership Center’s mission is to develop leaders who use the power of grassroots action to help all children get the excellent public education and strong support they need to thrive. Stand Leadership Center engages parents, educators, and other concerned community members by:

• Training them on how to join together to become more effective advocates for children;

• Educating them on issues that impact children and schools;

• Providing them with the tools to develop solutions for children in their local and statewide communities.

The Position:

Stand for Children seeks a Communications Director to be based in Austin, Texas who will produce and manage the organization’s online and print content to ensure that all communications are compelling, effective, and representative of the organization’s values and mission to improve public education. The Communications Director will serve a crucial role building the profile of Stand for Children in its newest state affiliate as a leading political voice in education reform. Along with the Texas Executive Director and Stand staff, the Communications Director will work to motivate thousands of parents, educators, and concerned community leaders to ensure positive outcomes for Texas’ students.

The Communications Director position represents the opportunity to have a significant impact on the lives of children served by public schools in Houston and other cities. Working with the Executive Director, the Communications Director will work to create, implement, and manage a communications strategy that will significantly impact the success of the affiliate’s work in Texas. S/he will work with Texas staff to implement innovative new communications tools and messages, as well as work collaboratively with other state-based members of the Communications team and national staff members.

Responsibilities will include:

• Developing, executing, and managing a robust communications strategy in collaboration with the Texas Executive Director, tailored to meaningfully engage critical Stand for Children stakeholders state-wide;

• Creating compelling, persuasive, relevant, and accurate communications content that will introduce and engage community members within Texas to the organizations, and build community support for public schools;

• Creating awareness campaigns that utilize innovative social media tools to engage members of the community most effectively;

• Producing and managing content for newsletters and other print communications that will support critical fundraising and newly launched state-based campaign goals;

• Editing a range of organizational and state- and campaign-focused written materials to ensure clarity, conciseness, and effectiveness;

• Building and maintaining local media contacts in Austin and Houston to support public relations opportunities and disseminating press releases;

• Tracking and leveraging all local Stand for Children media coverage;

• Ensuring that all content is in alignment with Stand for Children’s brand and adhere to network-wide messaging guidelines.

The Communications Director will work as part of a dynamic, highly effective, and rapidly growing national organization. Stand for Children’s managers and supervisors are empowering, entrepreneurial leaders who are committed to providing outstanding leadership in order for staff to develop as professionals and grow within the organization.

Qualifications and Qualities:

• Strong commitment to Stand for Children and Stand for Children Leadership Center’s shared goal of improving public schools;

• Minimum of 3 years experience in communications strategy and implementation (campaign writing, online writing, or marketing-related writing experience a plus);

• Significant experience with digital marketing techniques and targeted social media branding;

• Outstanding and fast persuasive writer and detail-oriented editor;

• Knowledge of public education issues and/or experience creating high-impact advocacy campaigns strongly preferred;

• Experience with or keen knowledge of current Texas public education issues a plus;

• Existing press and media relationships within Texas, specifically within Houston, preferred;

• Excellent project management skills: ability to set and adhere to strict deadlines, ability to hold others accountable, comfortable working in a fast-paced, ever-shifting campaign environment, excellent planning and organizational skills;

• An entrepreneurial, learning orientation and an ability to embrace and incorporate direct feedback;

• A tremendous drive and strong ability to achieve outcomes in a new environment;

• Management experience a plus;

• Spanish language skills a plus.

To Apply:

Stand for Children and Stand for Children Leadership Center are equal opportunity employers and candidates of color are strongly encouraged to apply. To apply for this position, please go to http://stand.org/careers to fill out our online application, including uploading your resume and a thoughtful cover letter. No calls please.

http://www.idealist.org/view/job/h8BnW6ZjNm3p/

40.) Art Director, Twinlab Corporation, American Fork, Utah

http://www.talentzoo.com/index.php/Art-Director/?action=view_job&jobID=104339

*** From Kate Rojek

41.) Director, Financial Global Corporate Communications, Washington, DC, metro area

Submitted through Profiles Placement Services (www.careerprofiles.com)

Summary:

Differentiates organization as the company with the best media coverage in business/financial media, with the deepest relationships with the media and other key stakeholders. Works closely with other team members in Global Corporate Communications and Brand PR to provide one consistent voice externally and internally to distinguish organization as preeminent market leader. Assists with crisis communications and issue management. Writes extensively, including talking points and speeches. Demonstrates a strong understanding of financial market communications, including knowledge of regulatory issues

Responsibilities:

• Develops overall strategic plan at the corporate level for business and financial messages, working closely with colleagues in Global Corporate Communications and Brand PR.

• Develops/coordinates business/financial key messages internally and externally

• Disperses/coordinates business/financial messages of executives to ensure consistency.

• Writes/prepares materials, including press releases, speeches, presentations, emails, letters and editorials.

• Conducts media relations for business/financial messages, including TV, print, radio and online outlets.

• Secures speeches and other opportunities at events/conferences for executives, analyzing what opportunities hold the most value.

• Works closely with executives and key stakeholders in business/financial/issues-related departments, including Finance, Strategy, Legal and Public Affairs, to accomplish internal/external communications objectives.

• Researches and recommends professional affiliations to raise the profile of executives.

• Garners appropriate industry/leadership awards for executives/departments.

Establishes a consistent quarterly schedule for key communications tactics (e.g. quarterly fact sheet).

• Assists with maintaining/building key relationships inside and outside the company, including strong relationships with business/financial/political media.

• Influences departments and individual team members to accomplish goals and objectives through motivation, communication, group dynamics and leadership.

• Oversees press release reviews/coordination/consistency/templates.

• Oversees business/financial conference schedule for corporate executives.

• Oversees/collaborates on certain communications to owners.

• Develops and maintains effective relationships with third-party partners, including joint announcements.

• Builds local reputation in cities where key corporate offices are located, including Washington, D.C. where it is headquartered.

• Shares in resources of Global Corporate Communications team.

Provides direction to departmental team members (e.g. coordinator, managers) in the performance of their duties, establishing work priorities and achieving management objectives.

• Establishes and enforces policies and procedures that will improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the department and company.

• Works within an established budget.

Implements measurements of business/financial/issues communications to ensure effectiveness, usage and awareness.

Requierments:

• Excellent presentation, public speaking and interpersonal skills, as well as excellent written communication skills.

• Absolute discretion and confidentiality regarding sensitive information.

• Ability to work independently; includes the ability to recognize the need for involvement of supervisor and other teams/peers.

• Ability to evaluate and identify opportunities from a strategic perspective, including ability to develop, prioritize and implement plans to meet this position’s core goals.

• Ability to stay calm and effective under pressure.

• Exceptional organizational skills; ability to manage several projects at once, even while away from the office.

• Ability to take direction with minimal explanation and to understand concepts quickly.

• Ability to direct collaborative efforts of resources throughout the organization, including internal resources, external resources and other constituent groups as appropriate.

• Ability to analyze departmental financial data as required in order to communicate it effectively.

• Ability to manage change, resolve conflicts and ensure collaboration within teams and/or units; includes maintaining the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity.

• Proficient skills in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.

• In depth experience conducting communications and major PR campaigns with business/financial/political media.

• Four (4) year college degree in Communications, Journalism, English or related major

• Minimum of eight (8) years of Communications/PR experience

• Public company experience, including financial market communications

• Regulatory experience

• Ability to travel as required (30 percent of time)

• Ability to be available/accessible during non-traditional hours when/if needed

Desired Qualifications:

• Advanced degree (MBA or Communications) preferred

• Experience working within a large business/organization

• Proficient skills in graphic design

• Experience in the hospitality / travel industry

• Relationships with local Washington, D.C. media

Contact:

Henry Addo at 202.363.4100

haddo@careerprofiles.com

Please specify Job #13283

42.) Director, Internal Global Corporate Communications, Washington, DC, metro area

Submitted through Profiles Placement Agency (www.careerprofiles.com)

Summary:

Supporting the Internal HR Group, the Director increases retention/recruitment/satisfaction of team members through effective internal communications; increases access to information that team members should know through various tactics (e.g. intranet, quarterly meetings, newsletter, etc.). Distinguishes the organization as the preeminent market leader through internal messaging. Differentiates the Human Resources department as a best-in-class department internally and within the external HR trades/industry.

Responsibilities:

• Develops strategic plans at the corporate level for internal/HR messages, working closely with executives and colleagues in Global Corporate Communications and Human Resources.

• Develops/coordinates key messages to address more than 130,000 global team members at both the corporate and property level.

• Distinguishes what messages are appropriate for different levels at the company

• Disperses/coordinates internal, HR-related messages of executives to ensure consistency, including new hires and promotions.

• Writes/prepares materials, including speeches, presentations, emails and letters.

• Researches and recommends professional affiliations/opportunities to raise the profile of HR executives.

• Garners appropriate industry/leadership awards for HR executives and the HR department.

• Directs communications of various internal programs (e.g. trainings, intranet design/structure, benefits and compensation, values, recruitment, development/training, policies, awards, surveys, discounts/perks, diversity/inclusion)

• Assists with maintaining/building key relationships inside and outside the company, including strong relationships with HR trade media.

• Influences departments and individual team members to accomplish goals and objectives through motivation, communication, group dynamics and leadership.

• Oversees internal communications schedule, ensuring messages coordinate and are spaced out appropriately.

• Shares in resources of Global Corporate Communications team.

Provides direction to departmental team members (e.g. coordinator, managers) in the performance of their duties, establishing work priorities and achieving management objectives.

• Establishes and enforces policies and procedures that will improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the department and company.

• Works within an established budget.

Implements measurements of internal/HR communications to ensure effectiveness, usage and awareness.

Required Qualifications:

• Outstanding proven experience in overseeing internal communications at a corporate level, preferably globally/internationally.

• Excellent presentation, public speaking and interpersonal skills, as well as excellent written communication skills.

• Absolute discretion and confidentiality regarding sensitive information.

• Ability to work independently; includes the ability to recognize the need for involvement of supervisor and other teams/peers.

• Ability to evaluate and identify opportunities from a strategic perspective, including ability to develop, prioritize and implement plans to meet this position’s core goals.

• Ability to stay calm and effective under pressure.

• Exceptional organizational skills; ability to manage several projects at once, even while away from the office.

• Ability to take direction with minimal explanation and to understand concepts quickly.

• Ability to direct collaborative efforts of resources throughout the organization, including internal resources, external resources and other constituent groups as appropriate.

• Ability to analyze departmental financial data as required in order to communicate it effectively.

• Ability to manage change, resolve conflicts and ensure collaboration within teams and/or units; includes maintaining the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity.

• Proficient skills in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.

• Experience conducting major internal communications campaigns

• Four (4) year college degree in Communications, Journalism, English or related major

• Minimum of eight (8) years of Communications experience

• Ability to travel as required (30 percent of time)

• Ability to be available/accessible during non-traditional hours when/if needed

Desired Qualifications:

• Advanced degree (MBA or Communications) preferred

• Experience working within a large business/organization

• Proficient skills in graphic design

• Hospitality and/or Travel industry experience

Contact:

Henry Addo at 202.363.4100

haddo@careerprofiles.com

Please Specify Job #13281

43.) Communications Specialist, Service Corporation International, Houston, TX

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA4/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=SCICORP&cws=1&rid=951

44.) Investor Relations Manager, New Profit, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=321600003

45.) Director, Corporate Communications, Treasury Wine Estates, Napa, CA

POSITION OVERVIEW

Development and implementation of proactive internal and external communications that positions TWE with employees as best in class employer and with industry as best in class wine company.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES:

Communications Planning: (INTERNAL) Develop and execute short term internal communications plans and facilitate plan alignment with TWE executive leadership team. (EXTERNAL) Develop and execute external communications that supports branding of TWE as first choice employer, producer and supplier with customers.

• Ensure strategy supports the broader culture, people and business strategy objectives

• Effectively reach a broad based audience

• Drive consistency of messaging

• Brand TWE from the inside out

• Represent TWE as a business to external media

• Customize corporate communications materials created in Australia (HQ) for Americas

• Develop and maintain internal crisis communications plan

Portal Content: Manage the upkeep and posting of assigned content on the TWE portal.

Corporate Communications Liaison: Regional central point of contact with Australia based Corporate communications to coordinate logistics and execution of global message plans, annual earnings releases and/or other global business communications as needed.

• Periodic travel

• Source, assess and manage vendors to support internal communications work (i.e. photography, video, AV etc.)

• Support the VP HR in a variety of culture and/or engagement initiatives as requested.

• Provide communications coaching/feedback to internal speakers in prep for large events

• Create solid working relationship with IT

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

• Bachelors degree in English, communications or some other related field

• Leads by example and sets high standards for responsiveness and quality work

• High level of interpersonal skills and integrity; solid team player

• Demonstrated ability to earn credibility among and influence executives

• Excellent judgment and business savvy

• Highly collaborative and flexible

• Has a global mindset

• Minimum 10-12 years of PR or other communications related work in a business setting

• Excellent writing skills in a business setting; solid presentation skills; professional demeanor

• Ability to utilize a variety of communication mediums to include strong usage of technology based tools

• Proven ability to work independently and professionally across functional and department lines – including executive team

• Demonstrated ability to quickly grasp business concepts and translate into effective internal messages and employee communications

• Experience in managing the development and execution of messaging related to organizational change

• Strong project management, detail orientation and follow-up skills

• Consumer goods or retail corporations

• Investor relations experience

• Solid working network of trade and business media

• Passion for wine

KEY RELATIONSHIPS

Internal

• VP Government Affairs

• General Counsel

• Managing Director – Americas

• VP Human Resources

• All other Executive Leadership team members for the Americas

• Broader based brand teams

• Australia based Corporate Communications leads

• Operational directors/managers at wineries

External

• Communications vendors (AV, Translation Services, Photographer etc)

KEY DECISION MAKING IN THIS ROLE:

• Communications gatekeeper – internal and external

• Assess the impact of messaging vs the planned intent and make recommendations on how to improve

• Identify ways to improve the impact of internal communications on overall company culture

KEY CHALLENGES IN ACHIEVING GOAL(S):

• Accessing the right business information and translating to timely messages that drive priority behaviours and the performance culture

• Driving a robust internal communications strategy across a diverse work population (English and Spanish speaking)

• Engaging the Executive Leadership team at the right level in the right capacity to support the communications strategy

http://jobs.winecountryjobs.com/clients/winecountryjobs/CanGetJob.rs?job_id=67093

46.) Communications Officer (Emergencies), World Vision, Milton Keynes, UK

Closing Date – 14 Feb 2011

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-8D7NT5

*** From Scott White:

47.) Head of Healthcare Practice for a global PR agency, Boston, MA

An opportunity to lead the healthcare practice of one of the world's leading PR agencies doesn't come up everyday. People tend to stay at the agency because they promote from within, which includes moving up within the same office or even moving abroad to work in one of their 70+ offices. We are looking for someone who is hungry to take a strong practice/office with an enviable client list and take it up a notch. Actually, we want someone who will skip a few notches and really make this group a force within the Boston and New England healthcare community.

Is this you?

• Call me a VP, SVP, or Managing Director. It doesn't matter to me. I'm more focused on the work.

• I am an expert in one or more of these industries: pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and diagnostics, managed care or healthcare IT.

• For the past 10+ years, I have worked in PR at an agency, corporation or both. I want to be at an agency.

And here's why …

• I love working with clients vs. just managing people who interface with clients. I don't just work at a high level developing strategies. Being hands on and doing the work is not beneath me!

• My expertise in Rx product lifecycle and the US healthcare regulatory environment is off the charts.

• I have a good pulse on what's happening in the market. I know who the emerging, mid-sized and established players are across pharmaceutical, biotech and the medical device arenas.

• I'm not a one-trick pony. I am equally skilled in issues management, pre-launch media relations, launch planning and programming. I employ a mix of online and offline strategies and tactics and stay current on the latest tools in the marketplace.

• I'm a know-it-all, at least when it comes to Working in several disease/therapeutic categories. My experience is quite diverse. I have worked on …

• I know how to make an international call. My clients and colleagues are all over the world and I frequently work with them on global initiatives.

• I move the needle. My clients hire me to drive their business, not just to crank out press releases. I get it.

• But when a crisis strikes, I am the first person they call for media counsel.

• New clients don't fall into my lap. I maintain contact with my network but I work hard to foster relationships. I keep an eye out for new opportunities and pursue them wisely. I do my research, leverage resources from my organization and go after the right kind of business. I like to win. And I do!

• I have managed people directly and cross functionally.

• Building relationships is one of my core strengths. And I am especially good at it within my own organization.

• I live in the Boston area or want to move there. If I don't already love the Red Sox, I will learn to love them. Or I will fake it.

• No need to consider other resumes. I have what it takes and want to learn more about this role.

Resumes to Scott White – scott@hireminds.com

48.) Media Consultant, The GAVI Alliance, Berlin, Germany

Closing Date – 30 Jan 2011

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-8D9C3E

*** From Jack Duggan:

49.) Assistant Director For Communications, Maryland Sea Grant College, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, College Park, MD

The Maryland Sea Grant College, a state-federal partnership program and unit of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science is charged with engaging the University System of Maryland, and other institutions statewide to facilitate the wise use, conservation and restoration of coastal and watershed resources in Maryland and the region (see: http://www.mdsg.umd.edu). We seek an Assistant Director to lead our communications efforts.

Reporting to the Director, the Assistant Director for Communications will join Maryland Sea Grant’s leadership team (Director, Assistant Director for Research, Assistant Director for Administration and Extension Program Leader) who implement an interdisciplinary program of research, outreach and education focused on Chesapeake Bay and its

watershed. Maryland Sea Grant’s communication program serves a vital outreach role at the interface between the scientific and outreach community and a diverse set of stakeholders including policy makers, managers, educators, students and the general public. The incumbent will lead a communications staff of 3-5 (professionals and students) who produce print, film and web-based media focused on critical issues pertaining to Maryland’s coastal resources. Included is the award winning magazine, Chesapeake Quarterly, numerous technical syntheses, highly regarded films and an extensive web presence. The Assistant Director for Communications will work with the leadership team to articulate and implement a vision for communications

at MDSG — one that builds upon the program’s strong foundation of translating science and reaching diverse audiences in new and innovative ways.

A successful candidate will possess exceptional written and oral communication skills and experience interacting with and gathering information from scientists, policymakers and others. Their portfolio should include excellent written products that interpret and translate scientific information for various audiences. Of particular interest is

experience with natural resources, especially coastal, marine and environmental issues. Preferred educational requirements include an M.S. or M.A. (with significant course work in the sciences). The incumbent will have worked for 5-10 years as a science writer and should have administrative and/or supervisory experience with a strong commitment to a team approach. A working knowledge of diverse communications media is essential.

Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. Excellent leave, medical coverage, retirement, and tuition-remission benefits are provided. Review will begin immediately and the position will remain open until filled. For full consideration please submit materials by February 18, 2011.

UMCES is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

To apply please send a curriculum vitae or resume, a list of three to five individuals who can provide references and representative samples from your portfolio of written and nonprint products. In addition please send a statement of interest that articulates how your skills will advance Maryland Sea Grant’s communication efforts and overall mission. We are particularly interested in your approaches to the next generation of communication tools and how they can be applied to the challenge of interpreting and translating scientific information for stakeholders. Written materials should be sent in electronic form (pdf preferred) toDCSearch@mdsg.umd.edu . Web links may be provided to other types of media.

http://www.umces.edu/mdsg/job/adc

50.) Strategic Communications Advisor, Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Afghanistan

Closing Date – 10 Feb 2011

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-8D9GC9

51.) Communications Assistant, CENTRONIA, Washington, DC

CentroNía presents a unique opportunity for a person interested in the nonprofit marketing, branding and public relations field. The Communications Assistant will support the Communications Associate in developing and executing communications-related projects that strengthen the CentroNía brand and increase the organization’s visibility. In general, the Communications Assistant will be responsible for a blend of writing, editing, administrative duties, media analysis and research.

In particular, the Communications Assistant will be responsible for working on the following:

o Update twice a month our media list, by calling and/or writing the current contact on the list. If the person has changed contact him/her to introduce CentroNía and mail a package of information.

o Track daily the Google readers and Google alerts in order to find any mention about CentroNía or any of the topics related with the organization, which deserves to be published either on our Social media, internal e-mail, or newsletter.

o Interview, take photos and write a series of profiles/stories about staff. (A pager at the most per employee, which will include about 50 people)

o Find and feed our Al Dia/Stay tuned bank of stories for future publications, in topics like health & nutrition, green tips/advices, quotes and recipes. Write the newsletter if necessary.

o Assist with gathering the information and pictures to the quarterly newsletter Our Voice.

o Ensure that the most effective medium: a/v, video, graphic and photographic are consistently used in alignment with organizational branding.

o Assist with special events throughout the year.

o Assist during drafting press materials as well as general department correspondence and helping facilitate the creation of articles, speeches and other written materials.

o Update a general CentroNía Powerpoint that staff can use when doing presentations outside the center.

o Updating standard organizational materials including informational folders and general descriptions

o Assist finding news and upcoming events to keep updated the website

o Other projects as assigned

Required Core Competencies:

• Excellent strategic thinking and operational skills, abundant energy, creativity and drive with intellectual curiosity and passion.

• Superior written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills, and excellent organizational, time-management and closure skills. Technologically adept and able to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

• The ability to build, cultivate and leverage personal and professional networks, develop and deliver successful presentations and collaborate, negotiate and solicit effectively.

• A team player with a passion for CentroNía’s mission and vision.

• Self-motivated and goal-driven with the ability to translate strategic thinking into targeted goals and actions.

• Commitment to participation in occasional evening and weekend activities

Desired Attributes:

• Demonstrate initiative, self-motivation, and continual learning.

• Practice professional and effective interpersonal communication skills.

• Ability to carry out all responsibilities, tasks and projects as assigned.

• Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with team.

• Propensity for problem solving.

• Nurturing character that enables the building of respectful, trusting and collaborative relationships with children and their families.

• Ethical and professional conduct that facilitates the building of a respectful, trusting and collaborative relationship with all center staff.

• Modeling of appropriate behavior for children, parents and other staff.

• Respect for family information and confidentiality.

Required Education:

Pursuing an AA or BA degree in Communications/Journalism. BA preferred.

Required Experience:

CentroNía is seeking candidates, who are enthusiastic about CentroNía’s mission and goals and eager to complement their learning experience with a practical exposure to the different aspects of the nonprofit communications field. 1-2 year prior internship or work experience in communications related position preferred. Bilingual (Spanish/English) a plus but not required.

“Educating children and youth, and strengthening families, in a bilingual, multicultural community.”

CentroNía is an equal opportunity employers

http://www.idealist.org/view/job/33PfgC6kgFkMD

52.) INTERN Corporate Communications Summer, Corning, Corning, NY

http://www.simplyhired.com/job-id/kbxftwy5wi/intern-corporate-jobs

53.) Social Media Contributor, Rosetta Stone, Arlington, VA

http://jobs.adrants.com/job/social-media-contributor-arlington-va-rosetta-stone-509d3ca26c/

54.) Communication Specialist, SSA, International Consultant, United Nations Children's Fund, NY, NY

Closing Date – 28 Jan 2011

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-8D9SXV

*** From Korey Hartwich, who got them from Lisa Szucs:

55.) STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANT, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), South Florida

http://www.unionjobs.com/staff/afscme/afscmenat-375ofs.html

56.) SENIOR COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, Association of California State Supervisors, Sacramento CA

http://www.unionjobs.com/staff/ca/csea-acss.html

57.) Communications Coordinator, National Union of Workers (Australia), Victoria, Queensland, Australia

http://www.unionjobs.com/staff/australia/victoria/nuw-2.html

58.) Web / Graphic Designer, Transport Workers Union, Washington, DC

http://www.unionjobs.com/staff/dc/TWU-2.html

59.) Video Communications Supervisor, New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council, NY, NY

http://www.unionjobs.com/staff/ny/nyhtc-34.html

60.) Communications Director, Social Security Works, Washington, DC

http://www.unionjobs.com/staff/dc/SSW.html

61.) Communications Specialist, United Healthcare Workers East, Baltimore, MD

http://www.unionjobs.com/staff/md/UHWE_seiu1199-60.html

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

62.) Associate Manager, Public Relations, Olympus America Inc., Center Valley, PA

Olympus America, Inc. with headquarters in Center Valley, PA is a

precision technology leader, creating innovative opto-digital solutions

in health care and life science products throughout North America.

Olympus works collaboratively with its customers and its affiliates

worldwide to leverage R&D investment in precision technology and

manufacturing processes across diverse business lines. These include:

gastrointestinal endoscopes, accessories, and minimally invasive

surgical products; advanced clinical and research microscopes.

Position Description: Center Valley, PA-The Associate Manager, Public

Relations will report directly to the Sr. Manager of Public Relations

(PR) and Public Affairs and will manage communications to customers and

consumers on behalf of the medical and surgical businesses. The

incumbent will support the development, execution, tracking and

monitoring of various PR, communications, and consumer education

initiatives and other tactics to enhance brand positioning and

reputation while engaging audiences. EOE M/F/D/V

Requirements and Responsibilities:

Support the overall PR and Public Affairs (PA) strategy which

includes:

– Establishing, fostering and maintaining relationships/ rapport with

key media contacts and other external partners to ensure successful

customer outreach

– Working closely with Corporate Create Services, Corporate

Communications, Marketing Services, Sales Operations, Sales, and Product

Marketing

– Developing, directing, and monitoring annual medical and surgical

editorial calendars for interview opportunities

– Developing and implementing metrics to demonstrate ROI across all

external communications activity and optimize programs based on the

results

– Planning, organizing, and conducting executive media training and

message development

– Managing and organizing web casts, satellite media tours, b-roll,

VNR, and other multimedia publicity as appropriate

– Fostering and maintaining relationships with Public Relations

counterparts at professional societies and key customer facilities

– Building and participating in relationships with outside agencies to

develop communications plans and tactics

– Managing content and enhancing stakeholder experience on

www.olympuspresspass.com, a digital asset management database,

www.crcawareness.com, and olympusconnect.com

– Developing and managing the customer eNews communications platform to

actively engage this target audience

– Planning and implementing Olympus booth/ table presence at

appropriate Federal, State and local health fairs

– Partnering across the Medical Systems Group (MSG) (including Olympus

Canada Inc, Olympus Latin America and current Olympus Gyrus America and

Spiration entities) to continually identify methods for improving

external communications

– Developing and /or reviewing external customer letters, PowerPoint

presentations case studies, and other media vehicles to support MarCom,

Product Management and Sales

– Developing plans and executing and measuring customer education

initiatives and Customer Service Representative efforts under the

direction of Senior. Manager which includes assisting in the

development, implementation and measurement of separate mens, womens,

and pediatric health communications efforts targeting healthcare

professionals and consumers

– Serving as the point of contact for and supports relationships with

various advocacy groups, partners and organizations (including CRC, mens

health, womens health and pediatrics)

– Serving as a liaison for media relations support to parent company,

Olympus Medical Systems Corporation (OMSC) and to sister companies as

appropriate

– Following all corporate, legal and regulatory practices and policies

– Managing internal approvals such as legal, compliance, regulatory and

business contacts and obtaining feedback in order to provide final

approval to produce and distribute final assets

– Ensuring all timelines are maintained and obtaining competitive bids

and keeps track of overall budget spend; Communicating bidding and final

invoices to all concerned parties

Key projects include:

– Building relationships with key trade journalists and managing

editorial opportunities for the medical and surgical businesses

– Conducting media backgrounders, writing effective press releases,

fact sheets, byline articles and media kits

– Serving as the editor to the eNews customer communications program

and database and a contributor to Olympus internal communications

programs (Power of Us, Olympus Pursuit, OlympusConnect, O/Zone, etc.)

– Supporting Olympus public affairs and advocacy efforts by managing

health fair presence and other events which help build Olympus political

brand

– Tracking and monitoring media relations activity to deliver brand and

business objects and report on the success of our campaigns

– Managing and executing all activities related to key consumer

education and corporate social responsibility efforts including mens

health, womens health, pediatrics and colorectal cancer awareness

initiatives, internally and externally

– Continuing to develop and maintain public relations tools such as

Olympuspresspass.com, Key Opinion Leaders spokesperson database, digital

management database and route image requests

Perform other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications: (ONLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONSIDERED)

– A Bachelors degree in English, Journalism, Public Relations, or

Communications is required; a Master's degree in Business is preferred.

– A minimum of 5 years of experience with a minimum of 3 years in

public relations/ media relations is required.

– Knowledge of the Healthcare industry is a plus.

– Experience working with advocacy groups/ public affairs programs is

desired.

– Strong project management and organizational skills are required.

– The ability to multi-task and manage time wisely is vital.

– Must be self-motivated with the ability to work independently.

– The ability to be collaborative, motivating others and a relationship

builder is necessary.

– Excellent written and verbal communication skills are necessary.

– Experience working in a matrixed organization is vital.

– Solid interpersonal and follow-up skills, especially in establishing,

building and maintaining contact/ relationships with outside parties is

necessary.

– A strong attention to detail is essential.

– The ability to set and achieve goals is necessary.

– Must be able to embrace change and thrive in a fast-paced

environment.

– A creative thinker is vital.

– The ability to travel up to 15% is required.

– The following physical demand is required: Stand/Sit/Walk 8 hrs a day

at tradeshows

Contact: Please apply online at

http://www.olympusamerica.com/corporate/corp_jobsearch.asp

63.) Director of Public Relations and Communications, Sun National Bank, Mount Laurel, NJ

At Sun National Bank we dont offer you a job…we offer you a future.

Sun is a place where your opinions count, where your opportunity for

advancement is uncapped, and where your future is bright.

At Sun every employee is a leader in a workplace where openness,

opportunity, enthusiasm and a sense of purpose drives our company toward

excellence.

Integrity – Teamwork – Performance – Commitment – Accountability –

Leadership are not just words but the values we live by.

Sun National Bank which is a New Jersey-based bank with 65 locations

throughout the state that remains focused on New Jersey families, New

Jersey businesses and New Jersey communities. Sun is strong because we

are a conservatively-managed bank that has always focused on disciplined

and safe business practices that ensure the security of our customers

assets. As other financial institutions are struggling we are poised

for growth.

Come be a part of the future. We are committed to a high-performance

culture – one that values diversity, continuous learning, employee

commitment and community involvement – while providing incentives,

rewards and advancement opportunity.

Sun National Bank is currently seeking a highly professional; goal

oriented DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS

What will you do? Develop and execute the organizations internal and

external communications and public relations strategy. Prepare

communications and presentations targeted to shareholders and the

investment community. Oversee the planning, coordination and successful

execution of all internal and external marketing events.

– In conjunction with the office of the CEO and the organizations

senior leadership team, participate in the development of the

organizations communication strategy and public relations plan.

– Develop and execute a communications plan for corporate initiatives

(Corporate Reputation, Community Relations, Charitable Contributions,

etc.).

– Direct and manage all proactive and reactive corporate media efforts,

including channel development, content management, issues planning and

relationship building and management.

– Conceptualize, write and distribute press releases to various media

outlets. Pitch and write by-lined articles to various media outlets.

– Develop presentations and marketing materials for quarterly earnings

calls, investor presentations, annual meetings and Investor Relations

website. May act as a point of contact on behalf of the bank.

– Develop and execute internal communications strategies and plans.

Partner with internal clients to identify and align best practice

communication vehicles in order to achieve desired results. Provide

fast, flexible and quality client support by building and maintaining

relationships with internal clients.

WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR?

– Minimum 10-15 years media/public relations experience in a corporate

environment with proven ability to execute, manage and lead.

– Significant hands-on experience in leading and executing

pro-active/reactive media relations programs involving corporate

reputation, branding, thought leadership and executive positioning.

– Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Economics, Marketing, or

related field. A.P.R. designation preferred.

– Exceptional written and verbal communication ability. Proven ability

to write and edit a wide variety of external communications including

press releases, speeches, talking points, scripts, etc.

– Working knowledge of social media venues, i.e. Facebook, Twitter.

– Working understanding of financial statements and financial

reporting.

EEO M/F/D/V, WOMEN AND MINORITY ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

Contact: Nicole Palena, Executive Recruiter via email at

npalena@sunnb.com

64.) Associate Vice President for Communications, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA

Franklin & Marshall College is seeking an Associate Vice President for

Communications

Franklin & Marshall College seeks an energetic and highly experienced

communications professional. The Associate Vice President will direct

day-to-day operations of a growing communications division to support

the strategic goals of recruiting qualified students; raising funds from

alumni, parents, and friends; and enhancing the image and influence of

the College.

A new position reporting to the Vice President for College

Communications, the Associate Vice President will serve as a strong

second-in-command and will oversee, conceptualize, and/or execute

marketing and public relations projects from conception to completion.

The Associate Vice President will:

– supervise up to four directors, assuring coordination of staff and

high quality and effectiveness of products and services;

– serve as editor-in-chief for print and online publications;

– ghostwrite for senior officers as needed;

– monitor the divisions budget;

– manage emerging and perennial issues and respond to concerns of

constituencies;

– play a major role in crisis communications, participate in emergency

management, and provide backup in media relations;

– initiate, manage, and complete other assignments to assist the Vice

President in meeting the division's strategic objectives.

Requirements include a bachelors degree and 15 years experience in

communications, public relations, or marketing, including five years in

a private, mission-driven institution. The successful candidate must

have 10 years effective supervisory experience. A background in higher

education is strongly preferred.

The successful candidate will have a record of directing marketing or

public relations functions or departments and of working successfully

with others to achieve strategic ends. Exceptional writing ability is

required. The successful candidate must demonstrate a commitment to

quality control, from adherence to message and house style to setting a

sophisticated and consistent standard for creative development, imagery,

graphic design, video production and interactive media. The successful

candidate must be able to manage competing priorities while delivering

products on time and on budget. Superb judgment and the ability to

handle the media are required.

Contact: To apply, visit www.fandm.edu/jobs. This position can be

found under Professional Staff Opportunities.

65.) Director of Public Communications (Temp – 6 months), School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

The School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University seeks

a full-time temporary Director of Public Communications for

approximately six months beginning late February 2011 while our

permanent director is on leave. For details about our school, please

visit our website at http://comminfo.rutgers.edu

Job responsibilities: Reporting directly to the Dean of the School of

Communication and Information, the Director of Public Communications

creates and manages the public image of the school. This position works

collaboratively with the Dean, Director of Development, and deans,

faculty, and staff at SC&I to create and manage a communications and

marketing plan for the school and each of its units. Responsibilities

include working collaboratively to identify key areas for promotion;

designing and implementing promotional messages, campaigns, events,

publications, and images; building relationships with media, university,

and external constituents; building a network of organizations and

individuals who are SC&I stakeholders; and maintaining ongoing

communication with all constituent groups.

Specific daily responsibilities include:

– Writing news stories for the website

– Posting and interacting on Facebook and Twitter

– Creating a monthly e-newsletter

– Maintaining the school's website calendar of events

– Some photography and basic photo editing, use of stock photography

– Rotating the video on the website and other website maintenance

– Handling incoming press inquiries

– Posting stories to the university Media Relations website and work

with University Relations on particular stories

Qualifications: Savvy in public relations, outreach, and development

techniques and practices and in the use of both new and traditional

media to manage the schools image is a must. The successful candidate

will present a record that shows the ability to work proactively and

demonstrate initiative in creating events and messages that support

constituents in maintaining connections to the school. Must have a

passion for engaging with people of diverse backgrounds for the purposes

of brokering collaboration, social networking, and product promotion;

must be able to think strategically and handle complex organizational

detail.

The position requires:

– Bachelor's degree in marketing, business, communication, or a related

field; a master's degree is preferred.

– At least five years experience in communications in a leadership or

managerial role of increasing responsibility that includes success in

building and maintaining image and stakeholder relations.

– Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills and

excellent editorial skills.

– Computer literacy to include industry standard software.

– Employment and comfort with identifying and solving problems.

– Proven ability and success in crisis communication.

– Experience articulating values, information, and compelling cases to

multiple audiences, one-on-one, and through formal and informal

proposals and presentations.

Compensation and workweek:

– This position will be paid hourly. Salary is negotiable and will be

based on experience.

– We are looking for someone to work full-time hours but are somewhat

flexible in scheduling those hours if an appropriate candidate has some

existing obligations, given that this is a temporary assignment.

Contact: Send a cover letter and resume to Associate Dean Karen Novick

at knovick@rutgers.edu We will accept applications until the position

is filled.

66.) Writer/Editor, UGI Utilities, Reading, PA

UGI Utilities, Inc., seeks a Writer/Editor at our Reading, PA

headquarters office. Responsibilities include providing writing,

editing, and project management support to a variety of required

internal/external communications projects as well as development,

production, and distribution of same. Coordinate/supervise outside

vendors (graphic designers, media buyers, photographers, etc.).

Bachelors degree in communications, public relations, English and 2-4

years related experience. Strong writing/editing skills, knowledge of

graphic design, photography, communication production processes,

knowledge of effective practices on web and social media, strong project

management skills.

UGI Offers competitive salary and benefits package. UGI is an EEO/AA

m/f/d/v/ employer

Contact: Send resume and salary requirements to: employment@ugi.com.

No phone calls please.

67.) Corporate Communications Manager, Executive Health Resources (EHR), Newtown Square, PA

Executive Health Resources (EHR) is seeking an experienced

communications professional to join its growing team as Corporate

Communications Manager. Recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work”

in the Philadelphia region by Philadelphia Business Journal, EHR

provides expert Physician Advisor solutions to more than 1,300 hospitals

and health systems across the country. The Corporate Communications

Manager will be responsible for providing support to many of EHRs

corporate communication activities, with a significant focus on public

relations activities, strategic client communications, and the Companys

corporate Web presence.

The Corporate Communications Manager coordinates all activity related

to EHRs corporate presence, including general oversight of EHRs

corporate Web site and search engine optimization strategy; management

of EHRs presence in social media outlets; development and implementation

of new online tools and mediums to achieve Companys objectives; manages

EHRs online Compliance Library and regularly identifies new content for

library that will assist Company in engaging with client and prospects;

manages development and distribution of client e-newsletters, in

collaboration with Marketing Managers; assists Director of Corporate

Communications with all mass client communications efforts, including

counsel, message development and deployment; coordinates corporate

public relations activities, including media interaction and other

promotional opportunities; supports development of industry expert

insight content used in marketing, client affinity and education

efforts; supports other corporate communications and marketing/public

relations activities, as needed.

Qualified candidate should be a self-motivated, problem-solving team

player, capable of working independently; excellent verbal, written,

proofreading and inter-personal skills; well-organized, detail-oriented

and ability to multi-task and set priorities; computer-proficient with

strong experience with Microsoft Office and Adobe applications.

Position requirements include 5+ years of experience in corporate

communications, public relations or marketing; experience with Web

content management, search engine optimization and e-newsletter

development, preferred; experience with CRM systems (i.e.,

Salesforce.com), preferred; work experience in the health related field

is a plus.

Contact: Interested candidates should send resume and salary

requirement to empcomm@ehrdocs.com.

68.) Public Relations Account Executive, Schubert Communications, Downingtown, PA

Schubert Communications, Inc. is seeking a Public Relations Account

Executive with 3-5 years experience.

Youve already broken into marketing communications and now youre

looking to take the next step. Is anyone willing to help you develop to

your full potential? We are.

Schubert Communications, one of BtoB magazine's Top 50 Agencies eight

years in a row, helps clients build their brands locally and globally.

We are looking for a talented PR pro who brings enthusiasm, curiosity

and a willingness to work hard for our clients.

To fit well with our team and our clients:

– You are creative, accurate and detail oriented.

– You thrive in a deadline-driven environment, managing your time and

multiple priorities well.

– You can handle complex subject matter, translating it into

understandable content.

– You understand that customer is first in the phrase customer

service.

A Five-Star candidate will also have:

– 3-5 years PR experience in an agency or corporate position.

– GREAT writing skills and knowledge of AP style. (Qualified candidates

will be required to take a writing test.)

– exposure to crisis communications and employee and community

relations.

– experience with social media, video and other Web 2.0 tools and

tactics.

Most travel is regional (within 3 hours by car) with only occasional

overnight travel

You'll be rewarded with the opportunity to grow your career in a

supportive team environment at one of the Delaware Valleys most

well-established, full-service B2B agencies. Schubert is an intimate

midsize agency, yet still offers opportunities to grow. We offer paid

vacation, health and dental insurance, 401K and other benefits.

This is not an entry-level position. This is not a sales position.

Check us out at www.schubert.com . Grow to your full potential.

Contact: Brian Courtney at pr@schubert.com

69.) Copywriter, Aloysius Butler & Clark, Wilmington, DE

Aloysius Butler & Clark, located in Wilmington, Delaware, is looking

for an energetic, full-time copywriter with experience and a passion for

doing great work. Concepting and writing for broadcast, social media and

print are part of the job. Strategy and brand thinking are extras we'll

take seriously. We're a high-energy group with a diverse group of

clients from healthcare to banking to higher ed.

Contact: Tell us about you by providing a resume and samples to

rudy@a-b-c.com

*** From Holly Wetzel:

Hi there! I think this is a great opportunity for a talented mid-level communications professional. It’s a new position, so there’s lots of opportunity to define the role and build some programs from the ground up, as well as work on perfecting some existing ones. Thanks so much!

Have a great day,

Holly

Holly Wetzel

Director of Communications

American Gaming Association

Washington, DC

70.) Communications and Outreach Manager, National Center for Responsible Gaming, Washington, DC

The National Center for Responsible Gaming, a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C., seeks an experienced communications and outreach manager to join small but productive staff of organization dedicated to supporting research and education about gambling disorders.

Multi-faceted position will play key roles in the marketing, stakeholder outreach, program development, media relations, online and social media development functions of the organization.

Key duties include:

• Maintaining and growing all aspects of the NCRG’s online presence, including the NCRG website, Facebook page, Gambling Disorders 360o blog, and other related sites

• Coordinating all logistics and marketing for NCRG regional events, including workshops, media events and conferences

• Conducting stakeholder outreach and developing programs to enhance the NCRG’s relationships with key groups, including state problem gambling councils, higher education institutions and others

• Developing and implementing creative approaches to enhance the NCRG’s proactive media outreach program and increase awareness of the NCRG as a resource among targeted media

• Developing all email marketing for NCRG programs, events, publications, etc.

• Overseeing a speakers bureau, working to place NCRG representatives and key researchers in speaking opportunities (both NCRG and non-NCRG sponsored) across the country

• Providing writing and editorial support for projects as needed

• Once familiarity with the NCRG and its key messages, programs and goals has been firmly established, position will serve as the media spokesperson for the NCRG

As necessary and appropriate, this position will manage the NCRG’s public relations firm on executing work related to the above projects.

The ideal candidate will have outstanding writing and organizational skills and have the proven ability to juggle multiple functions at once. Candidate will possess exceptional interpersonal skills, with the ability to develop and nurture strategic partnerships and working groups. Experience managing multi-faceted marketing and outreach initiatives from development through implementation phases is required.

Candidate will have a high comfort level with both traditional and new media, as well as event planning and social media experience. A strong background in Web marketing, web site management and the use of emerging technologies to achieve program goals is desired. Candidate will be a creative, strategic thinker who finds innovative ways to meet goals and has demonstrated an ability to thrive in a team environment.

Bachelors degree (degree in marketing, communications or related field preferred) plus five to seven years communications, marketing, PR and/or stakeholder outreach experience is required. Health-related communications experience is a plus.

Competitive salary and benefits. Equal opportunity employer.

To apply, please send resume, cover letter and three writing samples to info@ncrg.org. For more information about the NCRG, visit www.ncrg.org.

*** From Sonja Johnson:

71.) Special Events Manager, Thurgood Marshall Academy, Washington, DC

http://thurgoodmarshallacademy.org/about/11%20Events%20Manager%20FINAL.pdf

*** From Angelo Ioffreda:

Ned –

Please share this listing for a Communications Manager job on my internal communications team at NII Holdings, Inc. (Nextel International, Inc.). A Fortune 500 Company, we provide Nextel wireless and data services in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and Peru. The position is based at the company's headquarters in Reston, VA. Bilingual Spanish is preferred.

Thank you for sharing via JOTW,

Angelo

Angelo Ioffreda

72.) Sr. Director, Employee Communications & Recognition, NII Holdings, Inc. (Nextel International, Inc.), Reston, VA.

Interested candidates should apply via the Web site.

http://www.nii.com/nii2/JobsDetailsUser.aspx?reqnumber=10302AI-002

*** From Christine Merenda:

73.) PR Account and Senior Account Representatives, Lois Paul & Partners, Boston, MA and Austin, TX

The LP&P difference comes alive in our account team talent – bright, knowledgeable people who offer valuable insight and communicate ideas in a clear, compelling way.

We’re dedicated to fostering a team-oriented culture with integrity and respect for the individual. Our work environment is supportive, creative and informal. Our employees learn the best in PR practices through internal training and hands-on work with clients. Starting at the intern level and throughout their career at LP&P we offer challenging assignments based on their ability, not title. If this sounds like the type of environment where you will thrive, keep reading.

Besides rewarding work in a great environment, we also offer employees the tools they need to support their personal lives:

• Competitive salaries

• Generous time off (up to 22 days vacation, 2 personal days, 5 sick days), summer hours

• Medical, dental and vision benefits

• 401k

• Short and long term disability, life and supplemental life insurance

• Omnicom employee stock purchase program

We are currently hiring PR Reps/Sr Reps in our Boston and Austin offices. Typical activities include:

• pitching local and national media by using traditional and social media

• communicating a client's PR program to the editorial and analyst community

• researching and analyzing coverage, making recommendations on how to increase results by adapting PR programs

• writing press releases, articles and other materials that are succinct and consistent with the overall strategic communications plan for their clients

• supervising and training junior account team members

If this sounds like the job for you, here is what we’ll want from you:

• a college degree, preferably in a communications field

• 2-5 years of post-graduate PR experience.

• TOP candidates will also have agency experience and experience in high tech, clean tech, and/or healthcare markets.

If you would like to be considered for a position at LP&P, please send your resume with a cover letter highlighting why you are interested in working with us to: careers@lpp.com

Learn more about LP&P and our clients at: http://www.lpp.com

Read our blog to check out our thoughts and opinions: Beyond the Hype

Other ways to connect with us:

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HighTechPR

Twitter: http://twitter.com/LPP_PR

LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/lois-paul-&-partners

*** From John Clemons, APR, ABC:

74.) Director Communications, Oxygen, General Electric, New York, New York

Oxygen Media is a multiplatform lifestyle brand that delivers relevant and engaging content to young women who like to “live out loud.” Oxygen is rewriting the rulebook for women's media by changing how the world sees entertainment from a young woman’s point of view. Through a vast array of unconventional and original content including “Bad Girls Club,” “Dance Your Ass Off,” and “Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood,” the growing cable network is the premier destination to find unique and groundbreaking unscripted programming. A social media trendsetter, Oxygen is a leading force in engaging modern young women, wherever they are, with popular features online including OxygenLive, shopOholic, makeOvermatic, tweetOverse and hormoneOscope. Oxygen is available in 76 million homes and online at www.oxygen.com, or on mobile devices at wap.oxygen.com. Oxygen Media is a service of NBC Universal.

ROLE PURPOSE / SUMMARY:

This position within Oxygen Communications will primarily be responsible for managing daily activities for the communications department. This individual will work in closely with the VP of Communications as a “thought partner” to ensure an integrated and complimentary approach to all press efforts for the entire network.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Work closely with VP in defining communications goals and objectives

• Work with VP in defining and implementing guidelines for consistent press strategy for Oxygen (programming, marketing, digital and research), as well as Oxygen.

• Manage press managers (east/west coast) Engage PR Agency/outside vendors with measurable results

• Use critical thinking to help manage PR risk as it relates to casting process for all series

• Make decisions on day-to-day operational functions as they relate to the programs currently on-the-air, programs scheduled to air and programs in-development

• Manage press crisis/conflict situations with VP

• Write and review press releases (final approval from VP)

• Develop key messaging for all shows in conjunction with marketing and social media

• Develop event strategy in conjunction with marketing, online and social media

• Oversee the creation of all press materials (i.e. press kits – electronic, digital and print)

• Create consistent pitch strategy for all print, electronic and digital media

• Create campaigns with VP that expand and extend the Oxygen brand beyond traditional television reporter venues (women's, fashion, style, gossip, etc.)

• Coordinate media strategies session for key executives, talent and show producers Work with VP Communications in maximizing the network's competitive position through research

• Position Oxygen research/ratings effectively and strategically in the trades

• Create a ratings template to be used by all press managers to more effectively create visibility for their shows

• Effective use of ratings as a vehicle for promoting the network's success

Job Requirements

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

•Minimum 7 years of experience in a communications role

•Bachelor's degree

•Minimum 3 years experience working in communications support for broadband and digital/wireless/ecommerce initiatives

•Minimum 3 years experience managing a team of at least three in house staffers

•Experience working with new media (digital, wireless, VOD, mobile etc.)

•Proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:

•External applicants are encouraged to submit a resume/CV through gecareers.com to be considered (note job # 1295425). Internal applicants must submit EMS via the GE Career Opportunity System (COS)

•Must be willing to work in New York, NY

•Must be able to travel

•Must be willing to take drug test and submit to a background investigation including a credit check

•Must be 18 years or greater

•Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States

•Must be available to work evenings and weekends

•Must be covered by Solutions, NBCU’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Program

DESIRED CHARACTERISTICS

•Prefer experience in a communications role to be at a network

•Have strong interpersonal, writing, pitching, and presentation skills

•Intellect, temperament and flexibility to work effectively in a fast-paced, demanding environment

•Superior organization and creative skills

•Ability to juggle; meet numerous deadlines and can adapt to work with short deadlines

•Proactive, master multi-tasker, creative and strategic thinking plus strong external and team communication skills

•Proven skills in launching shows, crisis management and interfacing with all levels of executives, talent and media

•Highly effective interpersonal and communication skills

•Ability to maintain discretion and manage confidential information

•Proven leadership and communication skills in managing a diverse and cross-functional team in a highly competitive and evolving media environment

•Experience in managing PR agencies and engaging them in meaningful ways.

•Results driven and deadline oriented

http://jobs.prsa.org/c/job.cfm?site_id=2170&job=7579125

75.) LS/College Marketing and Communications Director, Suffolk University, Boston, MA

http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?k=Job&c=qg19Vfw5&j=oYzAVfwM

76.) Assistant Professor/Public Relations, Communication & Journalism, Suffolk University, Boston, MA

http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=qg19Vfw5&page=Job%20Description&j=o06vVfwg

*** From Rozanne Weissman:

77.) Vice President, Corporate Partnerships-Global, Special Olympics International, Washington, DC

Special Olympics International (SOI) seeks nominations and applications for the first Vice President, Corporate Partnerships-Global. SOI has retained Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group to assist in this recruitment. Vice President Tracy Welsh and Managing Associate Allison Kupfer are leading the search.

Special Olympics International (SOI), a global non-governmental organization based in Washington, DC is committed to providing year-round sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities and to opening the minds of all people to the gifts and talents of these athletes. The Vice President, Corporate Partnerships-Global will work collaboratively with Special Olympics Regional Presidents and Managing Directors as well as Program leaders around the world to lead the strategic advancement of new and existing partnerships with blue-chip national and/or multinational brands. S/He will play a critical role in devising the master strategy for corporate revenue growth for Special Olympics across six international regions and dovetailing with North America, focusing on where the movement currently is deploying regional corporate partnership staff and from which it has historically built corporate partnership programs. S/He will strengthen the relationships with corporate partners along multiple levels of engagement and will cultivate innovative, holistic, and enduring corporate partnerships that will increase organizational capacity and elevate the visibility of the SOI Movement. S/He will work to grow corporate partners from a single region to multiple regions where corporate interests allow.

The Vice President, Corporate Partnerships-Global and team will work with targeted Regions and Programs to identify and track industry and category leader partner prospects; build upon current relationships that have the potential to grow regionally, nationally, or internationally; target and execute on up selling opportunities across partnerships; and both lead as account executive and manage the staff of key strategic accounts. S/He will bring creativity, persistence, and foresight to bear in structuring partnerships that capitalize on all the assets of corporate giving; for example, foundation grants, cause marketing, employee giving, and brand identity. The Vice President, Corporate Partnerships-Global will mentor field staff to sell and service partnership relationships and act as senior leader in this revenue stream across the organization.

Any assistance you can provide in identifying or nominating applicants would be appreciated.

Sincerely,

Tracy Welsh, Vice President, and Allison Kupfer, Managing Associate

Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group LLC

email: akupfer@nonprofitprofessionals.com

phone: 866-903-3182

web: http://www.NonprofitProfessionals.com

An ideal candidate will have at least 10 to 12 years of related experience which includes building, selling, negotiating and growing partnership relationships. S/He will have successfully managed and grown a portfolio of six and seven-figure partnership relationships with blue-chip national or multi-national brands. S/He should possess comparative experience with national or international chapter-based organizations, including outstanding skill in building and sustaining internal and external relationships and working collaboratively across regional programs. S/He should have the charisma, cultural sensitivity and communication skills necessary to be an effective representative and key liaison to SOI's diverse constituents. Five to seven years of supervisory and management experience, and a willingness and ability to travel frequently, both domestically and internationally, are required.

To Apply:

Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), salary history and where you learned of the position should be sent to:

soi-vpcpg@nonprofitprofessionals.com.

In order to expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail.

*** JOTW Alternative Selections of the week (for those of you who are fed up with your current career choice and need something completely different:

*** From Pat Valdata:

78.) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, The Frost Place, Franconia, NH

With our exciting new strategic plan and a strong, dynamic Board and staff in place, we are poised to move The Frost Place forward into the next stage of our organizational development. We are seeking an experienced Executive Director to lead us in this process. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of successful nonprofit leadership, a history of effective partnership with a governing Board, strong fundraising, fiscal management, communications, relationship-building and public relations skills. This is a great opportunity for the right candidate to have a significant impact on this organization and its future.

About The Frost Place

The Frost Place is a vibrant poetry center, located at Robert Frost's former home, in the White Mountains of northern New Hampshire. Through our dynamic summer program series of conferences, festivals and readings, as well as our homestead museum, we strive toward our vision of a permanent home and museum for poets and poetry.

Founded in 1976, our mission is to honor the legacy of Robert Frost and encourage the creation and appreciation of poems. The museum welcomes over 2,500 visitors each summer from all over the world. Our summer poetry programs for poets and teachers of poetry attract nationally known poets, teachers and students of poetry.

Strategic Directions

The Board of Trustees has adopted and, with the assistance of the Interim Executive Director, begun to implement a set of strategic directions (2010-2013) designed to strengthen the capacity of The Frost Place and to expand the impact of our high quality poetry programs.

1.Program

Continue to strengthen the Conference on Poetry & Teaching, the Festival and Conference on Poetry, the Advanced Seminar and the Poet-In-Residence programs.

Re-vision and implement the Young Poets Conference as a collaborative, self-funded program.

2.Museum and Grounds

Clarify the legal and business relationship between the Town of Franconia and The Frost Place. Stabilize historic preservation of the house and barn, following the Conservation, Preservation and Maintenance Plans. Implement Landscape and Forestry Plans.

3.Marketing

Develop & implement a Marketing Plan.

4.Outreach

Continue to strengthen relationships between The Frost Place and the community, and between The Frost Place and other Frost-focused organizations.

5.Fundraising

Create & implement a comprehensive Development Plan.

6.Organizational Development

Clarify & strengthen the governance practices. Determine & put into place the staffing model needed to achieve the goals of this Strategic Plan.

Basic Function

The Executive Director is directly responsible for the overall management of The Frost Place including control over budgeting and financial planning, grant compliance, fundraising, fiscal management, and program oversight. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Trustees and supervises the Office Manager and Program Directors (seasonal/consultants).

Responsibilities

The Executive Director

•implements and evaluates the progress of the new strategic plan, in partnership with the Board and staff.

•guides the development plan implementation, including participation in grant research and proposal submission; supervising direct mail appeals – including writing some of the appeals; and in collaboration with Trustees, meets with funders and donors.

•serves as agency spokesperson responsible for public relations locally and within the wider poetry community and acts as liaison with local community agencies, businesses and the Town of Franconia.

•leads long-range, strategic planning and visioning, including needs assessment, in partnership with the Board and staff.

•is responsible for budget development and financial management, in concert with the Fiscal Oversight Committee.

Candidate Profile

Required

•Minimum of five years successful experience as nonprofit Executive Director/CEO, with a track record of producing results by building systems and organizational capacity.

•Visionary leadership.

•Demonstrated successful experience implementing a fundraising program, including major gift solicitation and planned giving.

•Strong fiscal management skills.

•Experience working in partnership with Board of Trustees.

•Strong working knowledge of good governance practices.

•Participatory style of management; ability to facilitate group decision-making processes.

•Effective communication skills – written and verbal.

•Bachelor's degree.

Desirable

•Arts and/or museum management background.

•A passion for poetry.

•Understanding of/experience with historic preservation.

•History of having led organizational growth, facilitating higher levels of mission achievement.

•Master's degree.

Compensation

This is a full-time position, with a flexible work schedule. Compensation package is negotiable and will include a competitive salary and benefits as well as professional and artistic development opportunities.

Application Process

Applicants should send their resume and cover letter describing their qualifications and interest in this position, as well as salary history, and three references to . Please put “ATTN: Search Committee” in the subject line. Deadline for applications is February 4, 2011. All applications will kept confidential by the Search Committee.

P.O. Box 74 , 158 Ridge Road, Franconia, NH 03580

Telephone: (603) 823-5510

http://www.frostplace.org/html/executive_director_position11.html

*** From Mark Sofman, who takes note of Ned’s visit to Memphis:

(This issue was assembled in part while in Memphis, Tennessee. I had a very interesting visit to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the Navy’s Large Cavitation Tunnel. I enjoyed dinner at Itta Bena (just above B.B. King’s restaurant) (http://www.opentable.com/itta-bena-at-bb-kings) at Second Ave. and Beale Street (yes, I had fried green tomatoes). My hotel was conveniently located on the Norfolk Southern rail line so I could listen to the locomotives going by all night….)

So, Ned, did you learn to sing the blues?

79.) Barista, Hilton Hotels Corp. McLean, VA

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80.) Latte's Supervisor, L'Auberge du Lac Casino Resort, Lake Charles, LA

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81.) Dairy cheese farm Internship, Valley Shepherd Creamery, Long Valley, NJ

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82.) Ice Cream Maker – Pastry Shop, The Bellagio, Las Vegas, NV

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83.) Frozen Yogurt Store Manager, Yogurt Mountain, Trussville, AL

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85.) Cheese Opener, Dairy Farmers of America, West Middlesex, PA

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86.) Staff Mixologist, Republic National Distributing Co., Phoenix, AZ

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87.) Burial Vault Customer Service Representative, Batesville Casket Co., Little Rock, AR

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88.) Director, Body Donation Program, University of California-San Diego, La Jolla, CA

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*** Weekly Piracy Report:

20.01.2011: 1708 UTC: Posn: 20:39N– 063:38E around 238 nm NE of Ras al Hadd, Oman (Off Somalia).

Seven pirates boarded a chemical tanker underway. The crew members locked themselves in the citadel and requested for assistance. A Malaysian auxiliary naval vessel responded with a boarding team which boarded the vessel and detained the pirates. Crew were rescued and are safe.

20.01.2011: 1023 UTC: Posn: 14:56N–059:14E, around 300nm NE of Socotra Island, (Off Somalia).

Pirates in a skiff chased and fired upon a bulk carrier underway. Master increased speed and carried out evasive manoeuvres. Pirates abandoned the attempt after chasing more than one hour. No injuries to crew.

20.01.2011: 1242 UTC: Posn: 15.11N – 059:38E around 330 nm ESE of Salalah, Oman (Off Somalia).

Pirates armed with automatic weapons boarded and hijacked the vessel with her 25 crew as hostage.

19.01.2011: 2155 UTC: Posn: 20:16N – 064:29E, Around 320nm east of Oman, (Off Somalia).

Pirates in a skiff armed with automatic weapons chased, fired upon and attempted to board a tanker underway. The tanker increased speed and made evasive manoeuvres resulting in the pirates aborting the attempt.

19.01.2011: 0100 LT: Puerto Limon roads, Costa Rica.

Several robbers in a speed boat boarded a container ship at anchor. Duty AB noticed the robbers and reported to DO who raised alarm and crew mustered. Upon hearing the alarm the robbers escaped empty handed.

19.01.2011: 0453 UTC: Posn: 13:28N – 065:06E, around 620nm east of Socotra, (Off Somalia).

Three skiffs with four pirates in each skiff armed with guns and RPG chased and fired upon a vehicle carrier underway with intent to hijack. Ship increased speed and took evasive manoeuvres and managed to evade the hijack.

11.01.2011: 1100 UTC: Posn: 16:45N – 059:44E, around 300nm east of Oman (Off Somalia).

Five pirates armed with rifles and RPG in a skiff chased and fired upon a tanker underway with intent to hijack. They attempted to board the tanker several times using ladder and finally aborted the attempted boarding due to the barbed wire, ballast overflow and the evasive manoeuvres made by the tanker.

12.01.2011: 1330 LT: Posn: 12:07N – 045:25E, Gulf of Aden.

Pirates in three skiffs doing 20 knots chased an offshore supply ship underway. The skiffs closed to around 0.2nm from the vessel and then aborted the attempt. The vessel had a French naval protection team onboard.

09.01.2011: 2010 LT: Posn: 06:16N – 003:23E, 7nm SE of Lagos fairway buoy, Nigeria.

About 12 – 25 armed robbers boarded a tanker during STS cargo operations. The robbers were violent and beat the crew and threatened them with guns. The crew were ordered to go to the bridge where they were searched and all personal prosperities stolen. Four crews were badly injured. Naval patrol vessel arrived and boarded for investigation. Robbers escaped before the naval patrol arrived.

16.01.2011: 0425 UTC: Posn: 05:14N – 004:00W, Abidjan anchorage, Ivory Coast.

Deck watch keeper onboard an anchored tanker noticed a robber on the forecastle deck. Upon investigating the watch keeper was threatened with a knife. D/O on bridge informed and alarm raised. The robber cut a mooring rope and escaped. Port control informed the vessel that they would not come to the vessel as the robber was not caught.

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