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JOTW 09-2011

28 February 2011

www.nedsjotw.com

This is newsletter number 867

“Some persons are very decisive when it comes to avoiding decisions.”

– Brendan Francis

“The skill of writing is to create a context in which other people can think.”

– Edwin Schlossberg

*** Welcome to the JOTW network.

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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.) Public Affairs Specialist, Requirements, Policy and Professional Development, Chief of Information (CHINFO), Washington, DC

2.) New Business Development Associate, Bates Creative Group, Silver Spring, MD

3.) VP, PR Agency, Chicago, IL

4.) Director of Individual Giving, American Forests, Washington, DC

5,) Senior External Relations Associate, Action Against Hunger, New York, New York

6.) Instructor – Communication/Speech, Tenure Track, Speech, Raritan Valley Community College, Somerville, NJ

7.) Public & Media relations intern, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, Philadelphia, PA

8.) Communications Strategy Director, Freddie Mac, McLean, VA

9.) Senior Producer, Al Jazeera English, Washington DC

10.) Global Web / Communications Manager – Corporate Communications, Praxair, Danbury, CT

11.) Assistant to Publicist, Warford Foundation, Washington, D.C. or Los Angeles, California

12.) SENIOR COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST – Marketing – PR & Communications, Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, NJ

13.) In-House Writer, Centro, Chicago, IL

14.) Graphic Designer – Corporate Communications, JC Penney, Plano, TX

15.) Senior Vice President of Strategic Marketing, Lee Hecht Harrison, Woodcliff Lake, NJ

16.) Two PR agency jobs (Account Executive to Director), San Francisco, CA

17.) Project Manager, Business Planning & Operations, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Washington, DC

18.) Communications and Development Coordinator, Brooklyn Community Foundation, Brooklyn, New York

19.) Assistant to Director, External Relations; Coordinator Individual Giving, Sundance Institute, Beverly Hills, California

20.) Communications Specialist (Intern), Societe Generale, Jersey City, NJ

21.) Communications & Knowledge Management Specialist, Futures Group, Hanoi, Viet Nam

22.) SENIOR COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, Johnson & Johnson – New Brunswick, NJ

23.) Marketing/Communications Coordinator, The Creative Group, Irvine, CA

24.) Communications and Media Relations Manager / WV Cambodia, World Vision, Phnom Penh Cambodia

25.) Defense Policy Analyst, Bloomberg, Washington, DC

26.) Director of Press and Media Relations, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA

27.) Director, Marketing Communications, CertainTeed, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

28.) Desk Communications Advisor, Médecins Sans Frontières, New York City, NY

29.) Communication Officer, MSF-OCBA Médecins Sans Frontières, Barcelona, Spain

30.) Manager-Employee Communications, San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS), Southern California Edison, San Clemente, CA

31.) Communications Advisor, Encana, Dallas, Texas

32.) Communications & IT Officer, International Crisis Group, Washington, DC

33.) Specialist (Speechwriter/Communications Specialist), University of Maryland, College Park, MD

34.) Communication/Marketing Specialist, Young People's Chorus of New York City, New York, New York

35.) Director of Communications, rural Midwest Energy Company

36.) Director, Internal Communications, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

37.) Corporate Communications Manager, Virgin Atlantic Airways, South Norwalk, CT

38.) Media/Journalism Specialist Consultants, Equal Access, Mozambique

39.) Assistant Professor, Mass Communication, Media and Communication Studies, West Texas A&M University, Canyon, TX

40.) Media Relations Director, Cargill, Wayzata, Minnesota

41.) Assistant Professor – Communication – Journalism, Cameron University, Lawton, OK

42.) Administrative Assistant, Office of Information and Public Affairs, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Bethesda, MD

43.) Senior Journalism Trainer, Journalists for Human Rights, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

44.) Marketing Communications Consultant, Red Deer College, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

45.) Creative Media Specialist III, Institute for Defense Analyses, Alexandria, VA

46.) PR Account Manager, Diccicco Battista Communications, Conshohocken, PA

47.) Director of Multimedia Athletics, Division of Intercollegiate Athletics and

Recreation Services, University of Delaware, Newark, DE

48.) Director, Strategic Internal Communications, FORTUNE 500 FINANCIAL SERVICES LEADER (offered through CRA, Inc.), Hartford, CT

49.) Digital Marketing Coordinator, The Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia, PA

50.) Assistant Professor in Organizational/Corporate Communication, J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI

51.) Director of Electronic Toll Collection – MTA Bridges & Tunnels – New York, New York

*** Weekly Piracy Report

…and more! Scroll down and see them all!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

With more than ten years of experience in corporate communication, I have a proven track record of helping companies ensure that key messages are delivered to internal and external audiences. My talent is translating complex scientific and technical information into engaging prose for web sites and print publications; my specialty is writing about green initiatives for businesses; my background includes writing for the aviation, marine, and pharma industries, as well as two published novels and a new book of poetry, Inherent Vice, coming in March 2011. As a detail- and deadline-oriented professional, I provide strategic plans that that focus on critical objectives, and the execution of campaigns and projects with timeliness and skill. I have presented at national conferences, handled proactive community outreach for nonprofits, and worked with media teams and third-party vendors. I am based in the Philadelphia-Baltimore corridor, but a high-speed cable connection allows me to work remotely, which I have done for global corporations with offices in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific. I am open to contract work or employment; please e-mail me at pvaldata@cloudstreetcomm.com or call 1.410.398.2603.

Patricia Valdata

(Send your One Paragraph Pitch submissions to lundquist989@cs.com.)

*** Nedworking concept:

Edward,

I've been getting your newsletter for years and it is a wonderful thing. I read it while employed and unemployed (such as now). If you ever see available positions in the SOUTH jersey area, please don't hesitate to include them. New Jersey is comprised of north and south… the New York “area” (north) and the Philadelphia “area,” (south). So, if possible please include southern New Jersey in your list. It would be appreciated by many, I'm sure.

Sincerely,

R

(I’ll make a deal with you. When you find opportunities, you share them with the JOTW network. And I promise to do the same.)

*** From Larry Bearfield:

Hey, thanks for the plug on JOTW for a new Wine & Beer Manager for Ferns Country Store…. AND we garnered a listing position right before Ashton Kutchner! How cool is THAT!

Larry Bearfield

Co-Proprietor / Mahketing

Ferns Country Store

“We're right heah in the village center”

Carlisle, MA

(Note: Fern’s is the official country store of JOTW. Stop in and mention you are a JOTW Nedworker and have a free cup of coffee!)

*** Musical guest artist of the week:

Norah Jones.

My favorite sister made me listen to this Brooklyn songbird's “not too late” album for three-plus days as we traveled the back roads of Bartow County, Georgia. Then I listened all of the way back to Nashville. www.norahjones.com

Thanks for your support. –Connie

(You know, Connie, I could have sworn Norah Jones has been a JOTW musical guest artist. But I don’t see her in the listings. I have several of her CDs. Maybe I should publish all of the JOTW Musical Guest Artists of the Week on the www.nedsjotw.com website…)

*** Brighter World Cause Marketing:

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Thanks!

Megan Tyson

megan@brightercause.com

*** Let’s get to the jobs:

*** From Rear Adm. Denny Moynihan:

Team PA,

Some of you may already know that CHINFO's Alan Goldstein, our branch head for policy and doctrine, will retire April 30. We are now in the process of recruiting for his relief. The position is a GS-14 Public Affairs Specialist (Series 1035), assigned to CHINFO OI-8 (Requirements, Policy and Professional Development). The position is vitally important to all of us in the PA community, because policy and doctrine guide our work every day. We must have one of our very best people in this job. We're looking for someone who has extensive experience in PA and VI, and who can represent CHINFO well in Navy and joint working groups.

1.) Public Affairs Specialist, Requirements, Policy and Professional Development, Chief of Information (CHINFO), Washington, DC

The duties of the position include:

• Leading the development, review and revision of Navy PA and VI policy and doctrine

• Representing the Navy for all joint, interagency and other PA/VI policy and doctrine development

• Advising leaders and personnel on the application of PA/VI policy and doctrine

• Supporting work in PA/VI requirements and professional development

• Supporting Navy civilian Media & Public Affairs community managementMore details are in the attached job announcement.

I encourage you to consider this excellent opportunity to serve our community. Applications for the position will be accepted until 5 March 2011. Individuals interested in the position must have an active, current resume (within the past six months) in the Navy's Civilian Hiring and Recruitment Tool, https://chart.donhr.navy.mil/. Once the resume is submitted, search for job announcement # NW1-1035-14-4I958352-IN and apply for it. If you have any questions, the CHINFO POC is Bruce Cole, CHINFO OI-8, 703-695-0911, bruce.cole@navy.mil.

R,

Denny Moynihan

RDML USN

Chief of Information

*** From Debbie Bates-Schrott

2.) New Business Development Associate, Bates Creative Group, Silver Spring, MD

The Company

Bates Creative Group is a design firm specializing in branding, marketing collateral, publication design and Web design. Our team is remarkably passionate about what we do, and we take pride in delivering creative, award-winning, solutions for our clients. Using a process-driven, strategic approach we help brands communicate, engage and grow. Our eclectic studio is located in the Washington, D.C. metro area and our exceptional client list is scattered throughout the nation.

Job Description

The new business development associate will report directly to the President and work as a team with our marketing associate. In addition to cross selling for current clients, this associate will be 100% focused on growth and building a pipeline, generating alliances, managing RFPs and landing new business. He or she should also devise sales strategies based on segment, and serve as the face of the organization at industry events and prospect meetings.

While the ideal candidate may have experience in the design industry, he or she MUST have sales capabilities and be a solid cultural fit. Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills are imperative, as well as the ability to build and maintain professional relationships. Pre-existing relationships with corporate marketing decision-makers is a plus.

Responsibilities

• Drive and facilitate all aspects of new business development

• Develop and maintain a pipeline of qualified prospects

• Work with leadership to clearing articulate and define the BCG brand and mission statements

• Develop and implement marketing plans with marketing associate

• Develop and leverage opportunities with existing clients

• Participate in networking opportunities and events (may occur after traditional working hours)

• Write and manage RFP process

• Keep all marketing documents current

Requirements

• BS/BA degree in marketing, communications, business or related field and a minimum of 5 years experience

• Demonstrate previous success in business development

• Needs to have working rolodex of professionals in complimentary industries

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Proven skills in new media

• Ability to juggle multiple projects

• Results oriented and impeccable attention to details and deadlines

• Energetic, open, creative, fun, smart, and willing to take initiative

• Experience with a MAC computers

• Ability to travel locally as needed and occasionally nationally

Compensation

• Base salary + % of revenue, based on experience

• Company contributes toward individual healthcare plan after 90 days

• Parking

• Simple IRA plan available after 1 year with up to 3% company match

Visit www.batescreativegroup.com

To be considered, send a cover letter and resume to debbie@batescreativegroup.com

Bates Creative Group

1119 East West Highway

Silver Spring, MD 20910

Attn: Debbie Bates-Schrott

http://www.linkedin.com/groupAnswers?viewQuestionAndAnswers=&discussionID=43091485&gid=131959&trk=EML_anet_jb_pst_ttle

*** From Lauren Ignoffo:

Hello,

On behalf of Lynn Hazan & Associates, I am attached a new job opening to post to your website. If you should have any questions please feel free to email me. Thanks,

Lauren Ignoffo

Lynn Hazan & Associates

lauren@lhazan.com

3.) VP, PR Agency, Chicago, IL

Ref # 0625

Chicago PR Agency, specializing in corporate communications, seeks VP. Agency’s work includes corporate/business media relations, employee, issues and crisis communications. Also corporate social responsibility. Agency is renowned for its expertise in media relations, corporate positioning, employee/labor communications, and crisis/issues management. Firm has fast-paced, non-hierarchical, collaborative structure that recognizes excellence. Some relocation support is available. Immediate need. Ensure consistent delivery of quality client counsel and work product, develop and mentor staff and contribute to new business efforts. Maintain and grow client relationships, develop high-level communications strategies, direct firm’s account staff on client work, coach/develop staff, and actively contribute to new business efforts. Report to Senior VPs.

Qualifications:

Prior PR agency a must; experience with B2B clients or corporate PR within agency required. Demonstrated successful media placements. Excellent oral and written communications required. Proven ability to lead accounts and mentor junior staff. Must understand how to think strategically and at a high level for planning and crisis communications purposes, as well as craft appropriate messages in a crisis situation.

Responsibilities:

1. Client Account Work

– Provide independent, strategic client counsel and oversight on all facets of work for clients.

– Lead messaging and media training sessions; oversee development of communication strategies, plans and communication materials; supervise execution of various event and media relations efforts; lead team strategy/brainstorming sessions, etc.

– Provide guidance to all staff as they complete daily/tactical elements of client account work. Trouble shoot on tactical issues; help identify opportunities, etc.

– Be gatekeeper to ensure quality work is completed in timely manner.

– Develop and nurture productive client relationships. Proactively seek opportunities to expand those relationships (i.e., into new business units, new geographies, etc.).

– Interface with clients, often at senior most level. Check in regularly to ensure public relations is playing important role in helping achieve the organization’s objectives.

– Set/approve and oversee account budgets.

2. Staff Development/Management

– Conduct staff performance reviews. Help determine pay raises and promotions.

– Set expectations and regularly evaluate performance. Provide feedback and direction on performance to all staff members on real-time and ongoing basis.

– Regularly assess account and agency staffing needs. Recruit, interview, and hire new employees as necessary.

– Identify development opportunities, such as training, seminars, classroom instruction, online learning events, etc. for all staff.

– Contribute to positive workplace. Identify ways to recognize staff outside of formal promotions/pay raises.

3. New Business Development

– Actively network with potential referral and new business sources. Participate in get-to-know you luncheons, regularly check-in with contacts, and seek additional opportunities to be introduced to new sources.

– Identify and pursue new business leads. Identify opportunities and present firm’s capabilities.

– Lead development of new business proposals. Direct research, set strategy, allocate proposal development responsibilities. Also determine proposed budgets, and ensure ultimate quality of recommendations/proposal. Draft strategic proposals as needed.

4. Agency Management

– Monitor account staffing allocations to ensure firm is maximizing revenue generation opportunities. Ensure accounts are not over/under staffed and manage budget parameters. Manage all aspects of running clients' business.

Send resume, cover letter and salary info to Lynn Hazan, Lynn Hazan & Associates, PRVP@lhazan.com. Please call 312-863-5401 to follow up. We appreciate your follow up call.

Lynn Hazan & Associates, Inc. – 312.863.5401 – lhazan.com

*** From Shawn Berriman:

Hi Ned,

I was wondering if you could please post the following position on your site?

Thanks Ned!

Shawn Berriman

Director, Corporate Partnerships

AMERICAN FORESTS

Washington, DC

4.) Director of Individual Giving, American Forests, Washington, DC

We are looking for a smart and savvy development professional who thrives in a dynamic environment, is able to deliver clear results, has a great attitude and a collaborative spirit, and is committed to our mission (a passion for conservation, trees and forests is a big plus!).

For confidential consideration, please forward resume and cover letter with specific salary history and requirements to: jobs@americanforests.org.

5,) Senior External Relations Associate, Action Against Hunger, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=328200005

6.) Instructor – Communication/Speech, Tenure Track, Speech, Raritan Valley Community College, Somerville, NJ

http://www.higheredjobs.com/search/details.cfm?JobCode=175502985

*** From Lauren E. Magee:

Would you be able to post the below position to the website.

Thanks.

Lauren E. Magee

Human Resources Manager

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

1701 Market Street | Philadelphia, PA

7.) Public & Media relations intern, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, Philadelphia, PA

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP (www.morganlewis.com) is a global law firm located in center city Philadelphia, PA. Founded in Philadelphia when Francis Draper Lewis “moved [his] table into [Charles Eldridge] Morgan’s office” at 623 Walnut Street, today the firm is home to more than 1,400 attorneys in 23 offices around the world. Our attorneys’ willingness to go the extra mile for our clients is reflected in longstanding relationships—some of which date back to the turn of the century. From energy and banking to transportation and life sciences, the industries upon which the Delaware Valley’s economy thrive count on Morgan Lewis. There are more than 280 attorneys in the Philadelphia office who represent clients in cutting-edge matters throughout the region, the country, and the world. For more information, please visit www.morganlewis.com.

An enthusiastic intern to support the firm's Public & Media relations team in executing all efforts aimed at promoting the firm’s business activities, practice areas, attorneys, pro bono and diversity efforts, and community relationships in the news media. The intern's responsibilities would comprise a number of administrative tasks, such as:

• Archive daily media monitoring (news clips);

• Maintain firm media lists by industry, practice area, and media market;

• Assist in collecting/submitting information and tracking firm's responses to the dozens of law firm surveys conducted by news organizations each year;

• Help monitor databases that connect reporters with expert sources;

• Assist in pushing out attorneys' thought leadership pieces (articles, white papers, etc.) through the ever-growing number of online channels (including posting information to firm's intranet);

• Assist in data entry and collection of information used to report to firm leadership–both centrally and across 23 offices and more than a dozen practice areas–on results of publicity efforts;

• Research, writing, and other tasks, as needed/assigned.

Please email resume and writing sample to lmagee@morganlewis.com.

*** From Haley Cherba:

Hello,

Please include the attached job posting in the upcoming newsletter. Please let me know if you need further information.

Thanks,

Haley Cherba, Account Strategist

NAS Recruitment Communications

Annapolis, MD

8.) Communications Strategy Director, Freddie Mac, McLean, VA

At Freddie Mac, you’ll have a rewarding career as you play a role in helping the nation recover from the housing and economic crisis, and implementing the President’s Making Home Affordable program. A vital component in the secondary mortgage market, Freddie Mac has made homeownership and rental housing more accessible and more affordable for one in six homebuyers and more than five million renters.

As Communications Strategy Director, you will serve as the single point of accountability for all services that our External Relations (ER) team delivers. This position will provide primary support to the Human Resources, Office of Diversity & Inclusion, and Corporate Relations & Housing Outreach business areas.

We will rely on you to:

• Assist customers in establishing marketing strategies based on a deep understanding of the business

• Develop the scoping document or assign it to the appropriate strategy advisor or project manager

• Coordinate tactical plans

• Oversee the output of the team to ensure deliverables are on time, on budget and up to quality standards

The candidate we seek will have the following qualifications:

• Business and communications subject matter expertise

• Ability to establish strategies based on the needs of the customer and build strong customer relationships

• Proven ability to lead a team and manage projects

• Strong collaboration, negotiation and conflict resolution skills

Freddie Mac is an equal opportunity employer who firmly supports and recognizes the value of diversity and inclusion.

Please visit www.FreddieMac.jobs and click to apply for this position, listed as Job ID #206317.

9.) Senior Producer, Al Jazeera English, Washington DC

Al Jazeera English is looking for a first class journalist and manager to oversee a live, interactive talk show focusing on current affairs and social issues trending on the Internet. This is a senior position within a team producing live and interactive debates on current affairs and social issues from around the world. The show taps into the increasing power of social networks to disseminate news, and candidates must have a thorough understanding of new media tools to source stories and the voices that are ignored by the mainstream media.

The key responsibilities of the job are to oversee the selection of stories for discussion, write scripts, put together a rundown making the most of video/graphical/interactive elements, and produce the show live on air. Candidates must be able to devise topic and guest ideas and have excellent news judgment on international affairs. We are also looking for an excellent team leader to work with the producers and assistant producers on the show.

We require: A minimum of 10 years of broadcast experience Bachelors degree Formal journalism training We also have a Producer position available for someone with a minimum of 5 years experience.

If you are interested in working in an exciting and challenging broadcast environment, please e-mail your resume and cover letter to aje-dc-jobs@aljazeera.net. Al Jazeera English is an equal opportunity employer.

http://www.opajobs.com/jobs_details.php?AID=2388&sec=rw

10.) Global Web / Communications Manager – Corporate Communications, Praxair, Danbury, CT

https://praxair.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=1100205

11.) Assistant to Publicist, Warford Foundation, Washington, D.C. or Los Angeles, California

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=327600021

12.) SENIOR COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST – Marketing – PR & Communications, Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, NJ

http://sales-jobs.fins.com/Jobs/71664/SENIOR-COMMUNICATIONS-SPECIALIST

*** From Kara Baskett:

Thank you for posting our opportunity.

Best,

Kara D. Baskett

Sr. Recruiter

Centro

13.) In-House Writer, Centro, Chicago, IL

Launched in 2001, Centro was created to make the buying and selling of online media easy. With eleven offices across the U.S., this fast-growing Chicago-based media services and technology company is committed to “Raving Fan” service for its clients, community, and employees. Centro has ambitiously set out to change the media buying industry. We are doing this one relationship at a time with every advertising agency and media publisher served, streamlining the planning and buying of online advertising among hundreds of agencies and thousands of online media companies. At the same time, Centro is giving the employees the tools, information and encouragement to succeed, helping them build careers that challenge their sense of what's possible.

ABOUT THE ROLE

The marketing team at Centro is seeking an experienced writer for journalistic projects and ghostwriting for the company. With the fast pace, rapid growth, dynamic team and fascinating industry, the position will be anything but boring.

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES

Complete ghostwriting projects for our founder/president for blogs, bylines and other opinion pieces.

Complete ghostwriting projects for other executives and product owners for opinion pieces.

Document the history of the company for internal purposes and possibly through a novel.

Understand and channel the personality of the company through the tone of writing.

Immerse yourself in the culture of Centro to ensure your writing reflects the style and form of the company as well as the assigned individual.

Review and provide feedback and guidance on a variety of internal and external written pieces.

OUTCOMES

Completed opinion pieces written in voice of VP and C-Level executives

Documented history and culture of company completed

QUALIFICATIONS

A minimum of 5 years of relevant experience writing for a newspaper, magazine or the like

Must possess extremely strong writing and listening skills

Must have the ability to assume the writing “tone” of an individual after interviewing and speaking with that individual for a period of time

A degree in journalism with concentrations in communication, public relations, or speech writing STRONGLY preferred

Knowledge of the Digital Media or Technology Industry preferred

Must have great attention to detail and desire to learn

Must work well in a changing environment

Must have strong interpersonal skills and be able to interact effectively with co-workers, supervisors and senior management

Must be highly organized and have superior time management skills

Application Instructions: Visit www.centro.com/careers

http://hire.jobvite.com/Jobvite/Job.aspx?m=nsaBvgwt&j=oLQCVfwS

14.) Graphic Designer – Corporate Communications, JC Penney, Plano, TX

https://pshrwb200.jcpenney.com:7901/psc/zape/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=310197

*** From Kassie Wilner:

Hi Ned,

Feel free to share on JOTW.

Many thanks,

Kassie

15.) Senior Vice President of Strategic Marketing, Lee Hecht Harrison, Woodcliff Lake, NJ

Chaloner Associates is recruiting a Senior Vice President of Strategic Marketing for Lee Hecht Harrison. Lee Hecht Harrison (www.lhh.com) develops career transition services, leadership consulting, and workforce solutions to help organizations develop their best people. We are looking for a marketing professional with 10 or more years of experience driving strategic marketing for a professional services organization. This person must also be a skilled implementer who gets excited about execution in addition to strategy development.

The position will be based in Lee Hecht Harrison’s Woodcliff Lake, NJ office. Relocation assistance will be provided. For a complete job description, click here: http://chaloner.com/svpstratmark.html#start

*** Neil Frank:

Hello, Ned—

Haven't been in touch with you for quite some time, and I hope all goes well. If you could post the following, I'd appreciate it

Regards!

-Neil

16.) Two PR agency jobs (Account Executive to Director), San Francisco, CA

My client is a fine multi-office, rapidly growing firm that needs two more professionals, one to work in consumer/consumer tech, the other in the corporate/financial area. The agency is willing to fill these posts at virtually any level from Account Executive to Director, and compensation will be very competitive regardless of level. Agency experience is preferred, but lack of it will not rule you out, and we'll consider out-of-state candidates for the posts. Candidates must have a strong career track record that demonstrates competence, collegiality, and high energy.

If you're interested, please email Neil Frank at neilnick@aol.com, No phone calls on this, please.

Neil Frank

Neil Frank & Company

www.neilfrank.com

310-543-1611

17.) Project Manager, Business Planning & Operations, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Washington, DC

http://www.cpb.org/jobline/index.php?mode=print_listing&listing_id=9192

18.) Communications and Development Coordinator, Brooklyn Community Foundation, Brooklyn, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=327800022

19.) Assistant to Director, External Relations; Coordinator Individual Giving, Sundance Institute, Beverly Hills, California

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=328200009

20.) Communications Specialist (Intern), Societe Generale, Jersey City, NJ

http://jobs.efinancialcareers.com/job-4000000000746944.htm

21.) Communications & Knowledge Management Specialist, Futures Group, Hanoi, Viet Nam

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

22.) SENIOR COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, Johnson & Johnson – New Brunswick, NJ

https://jnjc.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=33755&src=JB-10281

23.) Marketing/Communications Coordinator, The Creative Group, Irvine, CA

http://sales-jobs.fins.com/Jobs/73532/Marketing-Communications-Coordinator?SourcePage=Jobsearch

24.) Communications and Media Relations Manager / WV Cambodia, World Vision, Phnom Penh Cambodia

Closing Date – 11 Mar 2011

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-8EB2V8

25.) Defense Policy Analyst, Bloomberg, Washington, DC

The Company

Few organizations can keep up with the fast-paced, 24/7 nature of today's media coverage; even fewer can claim to have helped shape it. Bloomberg is the leading global provider of financial data, news and analytics. Bloomberg provides real-time and archived financial and market data, pricing, trading, news and communications tools to corporations, news organizations, financial and legal professionals and individuals around the world.

Bloomberg is creating a new web-based information product that will report on, analyze and quantify the impact of government actions on business and industry. It will bring the same unparalleled level of fact-based, objective reporting and analysis to policymaking as it has provided to the financial community for the past 27 years.

The Role

Bloomberg is seeking analysts to help produce rich, in-depth information for a new product examining the implications of government actions for the energy industry. The analyst will join an industry-focused team of editors, reporters, and financial analysts to deliver high-quality content to customers. The analyst will:

– Write and issue reports of anticipated government actions and upcoming events, e.g., new rules or potential legislative outcomes

– Analyze the congressional and regulatory process and closely monitor relevant events in the industry

– Outline potential policy scenarios and assess the likely impact of each scenario

– Work with team to quantify the impact of government actions on business and defense industry

– Analyze and report implications of appropriations legislation, government contract awards, and governmental decisions for businesses and industries

Qualifications

– Undergraduate degree in government or political science

– At least two years of professional work experience analyzing government and political affairs

– A deep understanding of the political, legislative and regulatory processes

– In-depth knowledge of the defense industry

– Exceptional research and analytical skills

– Superior ability to disaggregate information and understand issues

– Ability to draw conclusions from a well-documented and well-supported set of analyses

– Understanding of government affairs, politics, business, and technology

– Ability to deliver information accurately in a fast-paced environment with insight and perspective

– Demonstrable attention to detail and organizational skills

– An entrepreneurial and energetic approach to the job

– A good communicator, collaborator and team player

http://careers.bloomberg.com/hire/jobs/job26895.html

26.) Director of Press and Media Relations, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA

http://www.higheredjobs.com/search/details.cfm?JobCode=175502506

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

27.) Director, Marketing Communications, CertainTeed, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

Through innovation and creative product design, CertainTeed has helped shape the building products industry for more than 100 years. Founded in 1904 as General Roofing Manufacturing Company, the firm made its slogan “Quality Made Certain, Satisfaction Guaranteed,” which quickly inspired the name CertainTeed. Today, CertainTeed(r) is North America's leading brand of exterior and interior building products, including roofing, siding, windows, fence, decking, railing, trim, foundations, pipe, insulation, gypsum, ceilings and access covers. Headquartered in Valley Forge, Pa., CertainTeed and its affiliates have more than 6,000 employees and more than 65 manufacturing facilities throughout the United States and Canada.

General Function:

Develop and guide the implementation of brand communications strategies to accomplish goals consistent with the Group goals and mission statement. Define, understand and nurture the development of a successful brand and company image. Lead the development and implementation of internal communications programs to cultivate employee loyalty, competence and motivation.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

– Establish the strategic direction of marketing communications initiatives in the business unit

– Establish direction for all plans, schedules, budgets and measurements for all to trade and consumer print and electronic advertising

– Provide direction for public relations programs and management of media opportunities. – Work with Directors of Marketing and Product Development to plan, develop and execute go to market strategies, new product launches, new business development and overall marketing plans for the Siding Products Group

– Execute marketing communication elements of the marketing plan, develop lead generation priorities and marketing campaigns. Develop the marketing communication mix.

– Direct external marketing resources by managing projects with vendors and oversee media interface.

– Develop multi-product promotional and collateral marketing materials and coordinate across business unit and corporation.

– Responsible for SPG presence at all trade shows

– Prepare long and short term marketing plans, strategies and budgets.

– Examine trends, emerging technologies, communication channels and tools, and develop for business unit use

– Oversee customer communications including newsletters, email blasts, and promotional correspondence

– Maximize MAR-COM investment through improved mix and penetration, monitored and dashboard metrics, alternative media

– Optimize all communication strategies including creative communication mix, promotions and sponsorships

– Responsible for all web-based strategies, development, including Business Connections extranet

– Interface with sales team and customers on a routine basis to uncover unmet needs, product or service differentiators and drives understanding throughout the business unit.

– Oversee the communications liaison and development programs with all major retail customers.

– Provide strategic direction for employee communications programs

– Provide direction, counsel and support to senior staff and committee heads on communicating VMVO and VOE initiatives

– Provide writing, presentation and other creative and strategic support to senior staff as needed for customer, employee and press communication

Identify marketing communications needs through analysis of Voice of Customer, market intelligence, competition, industry trends to determine the most effective means to accomplish short and long range objectives.

Requires independent thinking and resourcefulness to insure that recommendations and decisions are based on thorough data driven analysis.

KNOWLEDGE: Bachelor's Degree Required

– Marketing or Communications Degree a Plus. Minimum 8-10 years marketing experience, sales experience helpful. Excellent writing and communications skills. Strong computer/Powerpoint capabilities. Must be able to develop and deliver effective presentations Facilitation experience desired. Solid interpersonal and management skills required.

Ability to work as a team member and leader.

Job Responsibilities : DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

– Establish the strategic direction of marketing communications initiatives in the business unit

– Establish direction for all plans, schedules, budgets and measurements for all to trade and consumer print and electronic advertising

– Provide direction for public relations programs and management of media opportunities.

– Work with Directors of Marketing and Product Development to plan, develop and execute go to market strategies, new product launches, new business development and overall marketing plans for the Siding Products Group

– Execute marketing communication elements of the marketing plan, develop lead generation priorities and marketing campaigns. Develop the marketing communication mix.

– Direct external marketing resources by managing projects with vendors and oversee media interface.

– Develop multi-product promotional and collateral marketing materials and coordinate across business unit and corporation.

– Responsible for SPG presence at all trade shows

– Prepare long and short term marketing plans, strategies and budgets.

– Examine trends, emerging technologies, communication channels and tools, and develop for business unit use

– Oversee customer communications including newsletters, email blasts, and promotional correspondence

– Maximize MAR-COM investment through improved mix and penetration, monitored and dashboard metrics, alternative media

– Optimize all communication strategies including creative communication mix, promotions and sponsorships

– Responsible for all web-based strategies, development, including Business Connections extranet

– Interface with sales team and customers on a routine basis to uncover unmet needs, product or service differentiators and drives understanding throughout the business unit.

– Oversee the communications liaison and development programs with all major retail customers.

– Provide strategic direction for employee communications programs

– Provide direction, counsel and support to senior staff and committee heads on communicating VMVO and VOE initiatives

– Provide writing, presentation and other creative and strategic support to senior staff as needed for customer, employee and press communications

Identify marketing communications needs through analysis of Voice of Customer, market intelligence, competition, industry trends to determine the most effective means to accomplish short and long range objectives.

Requires independent thinking and resourcefulness to insure that recommendations and decisions are based on thorough data driven analysis.

Ref. Code: CT7106

https://www.saint-gobain.apply2jobs.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=7106

28.) Desk Communications Advisor, Médecins Sans Frontières, New York City, NY

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-8E6NCX

29.) Communication Officer, MSF-OCBA Médecins Sans Frontières, Barcelona, Spain

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

30.) Manager-Employee Communications, San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS), Southern California Edison, San Clemente, CA

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/networks/vertical/job.cfm?site_id=65&job=7691271&n=54

*** From Patrick Killen:

31.) Communications Advisor, Encana, Dallas, Texas

About This Job

Our five key natural gas resource plays in the USA Division – Jonah, Piceance, East Texas, Fort Worth, and the Haynesville – are long-life unconventional formations where we seek to maximize production and generate value that was previously unrecognized. We have an interest in approximately 3.5 million net acres of land in the United States, of which 2.9 million net acres is currently undeveloped.

Overview

Encana is looking for an experienced, senior-level Communications Advisor who will be responsible for the development of key communication strategies, activities, tactics, and tools to support the business goals and objectives of the Mid-Continent Business Unit, USA Division, and the Company as a whole.

Working within the Communications team, the successful candidate will be a self-motivated, strategic thinker with excellent consulting and project management skills who can work with a team of professional communicators to create and implement innovative, effective communication tools and programs, and provide strategic communications counsel and tactics for stakeholders.

Responsibilities

This role will have particular focus on advising USA Division clients throughout the Mid-Continent Business Unit. Responsibilities will

include:

* Working closely with Mid-Continent Business Unit leaders to

develop communications plans in support of business goals

* Developing communications strategies and tactics for

Mid-Continent Business Unit audiences while ensuring alignment with comprehensive USA Division and Company priorities (leader communications, writing/editing, web copywriting, videos, social media, talking points, presentations, advertising, events, etc.)

* Working cooperatively within a team that provides communications

counsel and tactics across the entire USA Division

* Serving as the cross-border Communications Advisor for the Shale

Technology Exchange Partnership (STEP) and Technical Development groups within Encana

* Providing timely, accurate information to staff through the

company intranet to facilitate engagement in business strategy and overall understanding of operational and administrative priorities

* Coordinating the production of quarterly safety/contractor

newsletters and other communications within the Mid-Continent Business Unit

* Assisting with USA Division content for financial and

operational reporting, presentations, news releases, and other company material

* Developing communications material that adheres to Encana's

brand and visual identity standards

* In the context of continuous improvement, identifying gaps and

proposing innovative methods to improve communication processes and solutions

* Providing communications research and benchmarking for key

initiatives

* Traveling within Texas and Louisiana, as well as to Denver, CO,

and Calgary, AB, on occasion (estimated 10%)

Qualifications

* Minimum seven to ten years experience in communications,

preferably within the energy industry

* A post-secondary degree/diploma in public relations,

communications, professional writing, journalism, or a related field

* Experience in an internal/employee communications role with a

large corporation would be an asset

* Able to build strong, consultative relationships and interact

confidently and professionally with key internal clients

* Able to multi-task and work on a wide variety of projects at one

time, while adhering to strict deadlines and timeframes

* Capable of working independently and as part of a team

* Demonstrated strategic communications experience

* Exceptional writing skills, creating a variety of corporate

content (pertinent writing samples will be required at time of

interview)

* Experience with project management and design/collateral

production

* Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite products required,

including Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint

* Proven ability to distil complex information into clear,

concise, and compelling communications for a wide range of audiences

* Solid organizational, problem-solving, and analytics skills,

with a high level of attention to detail

* Strong interpersonal skills, sound judgment and organizational

skills

* Must be legally eligible to work in the United States

Encana is an EEO/AA employer.

Apply at encana.com/careers/

http://www.encana.com

32.) Communications & IT Officer, International Crisis Group, Washington, DC

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-8EAH6H

33.) Specialist (Speechwriter/Communications Specialist), University of Maryland, College Park, MD http://jobs.iabc.com/c/networks/vertical/job.cfm?site_id=65&job=7686363&n=54

34.) Communication/Marketing Specialist, Young People's Chorus of New York City, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=328100006

*** From Ben Long:

Ned,

Please post listing

35.) Director of Communications, rural Midwest Energy Company

A rural Midwest Energy Company is restructuring and looking for a Director of Communications with 10-15 years of experience in Communications and/or Journalism. Must have experience in the Oil/Energy sector. Duties will include External and Internal Comm.

Contact

Benjamin H. Long

President

TRAVAILLE EXECUTIVE SEARCH

202-463-6342

benlong@travaille.com

36.) Director, Internal Communications, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=65&jb=7685845

37.) Corporate Communications Manager, Virgin Atlantic Airways, South Norwalk, CT

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=7686340

38.) Media/Journalism Specialist Consultants, Equal Access, Mozambique

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-8E6RE7

39.) Assistant Professor, Mass Communication, Media and Communication Studies, West Texas A&M University, Canyon, TX

http://www.higheredjobs.com/search/details.cfm?JobCode=175502513

40.) Media Relations Director, Cargill, Wayzata, Minnesota

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=65&jb=7694034

41.) Assistant Professor – Communication – Journalism, Cameron University, Lawton, OK

http://www.higheredjobs.com/search/details.cfm?JobCode=175502849

*** From Alex Filip:

We keep promoting hard working, skilled candidates to higher positions.

Send us some experienced PR/PA/Jour folks who know how to get every detail right.

Alex Filip – Deputy Director

42.) Administrative Assistant, Office of Information and Public Affairs, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Washington (Bethesda, MD) D.C.

Incumbent is assigned to the Office of Information and Public Affairs, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and performs office management, administrative and secretarial support to the Director (Chief Press Officer), Deputy Director, Public Affairs Specialists and provides administrative support duties for the office.

Keeps Chief Press Officer's calendar and schedules appointments and meetings on own initiative based on personal knowledge of office workload and greets visitors for the Chief Press Officer.

Prepares, coordinates, and tracks all travel arrangements and information, including vouchers, for the public affairs staff. Works with the CPSC's travel office to determine travel costs and to problem solve conflicts. Works with the office director to develop and manage budgets and tracks all office expenditures and maintains databases, budget charts, and spreadsheets as needed.

Handles procurement and coding of invoices for all supplies, materials, and services. Maintains records and files on incoming correspondence and other documents. Creates, oversees, and/or maintains office filing and archiving database systems as well as types letters and memoranda and drafts replies for supervisor's signature or for own signature.

Answers general inquiries from the press and public and gives readily available public information to callers upon determination of their right to receive it.

Opens and routes mail within the department and maintains control of office correspondence by determining the action needed and passing on as necessary. Escorts visitors, photographers, and camera crews through CPSC. Assists with preparation for events involving press and helps staff with such events. Originates personnel matters and forms for the Chief Press Officer's approval.

GS-9, three blocks from Metro Red Line, See USAJobs to apply:

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=97127125

43.) Senior Journalism Trainer, Journalists for Human Rights, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Closing Date – 08 Mar 2011

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-8EBU4C

44.) Marketing Communications Consultant, Red Deer College, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=65&jb=7682778

45.) Creative Media Specialist III, Institute for Defense Analyses, Alexandria, VA

Overview:

Under minimal supervision this position will be responsible for creating artfully communicative still- and motion-media content and/or producing, directing, videotaping and editing motion-media content of the utmost aesthetic and communicative quality. Content may include animations, web sites and pages, multi-media presentations, interactive educational materials, brochures, booklets, posters, exhibits and other matter. For motion-media incumbent will oversee all necessary preparations and undertake all production roles. The incumbent’s work will be of sufficiently high quality to post on government and corporate websites and be incorporated into multi-media presentations and interactive educational materials.

Incumbent will be capable of understanding complex scientific and technical concepts to be communicated. He or she will consult with relevant IDA staff members to interpret technically sophisticated project specifications. As necessary, he or she will provide assistance and guidance to lower-level graphics staff members to assure quality and timeliness.

Responsibilities:

• Consults with IDA staff members requesting multimedia work to interpret complex project specifications; identifies all available production methods; evaluates the comparative merits of each process with regard to quality, speed, and economy. Follows IDA established security regulations and procedures.

• Uses appropriate computer software tools and advanced technical expertise to produce finished animations, graphics illustrations, video productions and multimedia materials; creates complex charts and graphs for publications, visual aids, and video media; and produces such high-visibility products as presentation animations, corporate communications and training tools, and other media for presentation online, as streamed video, as printed or recorded media delivered to research sponsors or presented in the most high-level government briefings

• Employs digital production equipment to acquire and manipulate video imagery; produces and edits video for online posting, projection at conferences and incorporation into various media platforms.

• For motion-media produces raw footage, video productions and multimedia materials; produces such high-visibility products as corporate communications and training tools, video material for web-posting, delivery to research sponsors or presentation in the most high-level government briefings.

• Creates graphical user interfaces for various applications using applicable tools such as HTML, Flash Animation and JavaScripting.

• Provides assistance and guidance to lower-level graphics and/or audivisual production staff.

Qualifications:

• Bachelors of Fine Arts degree and at least eight years experience or equivalent work experience.

• Advanced proficiency with the following software applications: Adobe Creative Suite CS-5; Maya 7 or equivalent 3-D modeling tool; Illustrator; FreeHand, and other professionally recognized applications, or equivalents. For motion-media advanced proficiency with HDV high definition video cameras; Apple Final Cut Studio; and strong competence with professional and “prosumer” recording and editing equipment.

• Experienced in video and still photography production, to include lighting, sound, and camera operation. For motion-media significant experience as a sole producer/videographer/audio recorder in a field environment.

• Experienced with the operation of various digital and analog, color and black and white printers and scanners, poster printers and laminator equipment, and with network environments using both Mac and PC computers, file transfer and file format conversions.

• Demonstrated ability to follow prescribed procedures in a timely and accurate manner.

• Strong interpersonal skills with ability to communicate effectively with all levels of employees.

• Ability to obtain and maintain necessary security clearances.

https://jobs-ida.icims.com/jobs/1612/job

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

46.) PR Account Manager, Diccicco Battista Communications, Conshohocken, PA

Diccicco Battista Communications, an established and growing brand

communications agency, is seeking a full-time PR account manager to join

its team.

Responsibilities include campaign planning, writing/editing, media

outreach, social media mobilization and client management. Strong

editorial skills and proven ability to secure press coverage is

essential.

Work with some of the industrys smartest and most creative (and mildly

work-aholic) people on a number of B2B and consumer public relations

campaigns. Agencys roster of clients includes leading pharmaceutical,

retail, technology, financial, healthcare and non-profit companies.

We offer competitive salary with full benefits and 401(k). Offices

based in Conshohocken, PA, minutes from Center City.

Contact: Send resumes and samples of your work to

tcifelli@dbcommunications.net

47.) Director of Multimedia Athletics, Division of Intercollegiate Athletics and

Recreation Services, University of Delaware, Newark, DE

The University of Delaware Division of Intercollegiate Athletics and

Recreation Services seeks a Director of Multimedia Athletics. Bachelor's

degree and three years experience related to position responsibilities.

Knowledge of design and building of new web pages, special sections,

multimedia applications, registration forms and sponsored content for

the web site, utilizing HTML, Photoshop, Illustrator, XML, Javascript

and Macromedia Flash software. Knowledge of digital/social media

applications and experience with Final Cut or other applicable editing

software. Ability to apply web design principles and techniques to the

creation and enhancement of integrated, complex web sites. Computer

proficiency in Microsoft Office software. Experience and understanding

of Web-based graphic design and layout. Web planning and organizing

skills. Effective interpersonal and oral and written communication

skills. Ability to use independent judgment to gather, manage and impart

information to various internal and external audiences. Ability to

create, compose, edit written materials, and perform editorial research.

Ability to work independently, attention to detail, ability to handle

multiple tasks simultaneously. Special Requirements: Willingness to

comply with NCAA regulations and to work extended hours beyond the

typical business day, nights and weekends throughout the academic year,

as required.

Employment offers will be conditioned upon successful completion of a

criminal background check. A conviction will not necessarily exclude you

from employment.

The University of Delaware is an Equal Opportunity Employer which

encourages applications from Minority Group Members and Women.

Contact: Send resume, letter of interest and list of three professional

references, including their relationship to you to Bernadette

Szczepanek, MultimediaCoordinator@udel.edu108-C Delaware Field House,

Newark, DE 19716. The position will remain open until filled.

48.) Director, Strategic Internal Communications, FORTUNE 500 FINANCIAL SERVICES LEADER (offered through CRA, Inc.), Hartford, CT

CRA, Inc. is seeking a DIRECTOR, STRATEGIC INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS for their client, a FORTUNE 500 FINANCIAL SERVICES LEADER.

Based in Hartford, CT. This company is a multinational financial

services leader with operations in the United States, Asia, Europe, and

Latin America. Leveraging its heritage of life insurance and asset

management expertise, the company is focused on helping individual and

institutional customers grow and protect their wealth.

Role – This position supports The Company's Strategic Leadership Team

(SLT) for the purpose of organizational and strategic communications.

S/ he plays a dual role on the team: that of a manager (helping to

manage the workflow, processes, and team members) and of an individual

contributor (serving specific SLT members as a Communications

Consultant, including the President, and executing specific work in that

role).

Career Path – The person hired into this role should have the

appropriate management and communications expertise and experience to

eventually serve as the Vice President of Strategic Communications when

the incumbent retires.

Contact: Qualified candidates should apply online at

http://positions.crainc.com/JobSeeker/Director_Strategic_Internal_Communications_J01769941.aspx

In addition, candidates may send resume/credentials to

mmoser@crainc.com and nvoith@crainc.com directly, using DIRECTOR,

STRATEGIC INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS – FORTUNE 500 FINANCIAL SERVICES

LEADER in the subject line.

49.) Digital Marketing Coordinator, The Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia, PA

The Philadelphia Eagles are seeking a Digital Marketing Coordinator.

This person will be responsible for assisting the Philadelphia Eagles

Digital Marketing operations including, but not limited to:

– Research Alternative media landscape and make recommendations as to

where the organization should have presence

– Build and monitor presence across Facebook, Twitter, ie, and identify

any emerging platforms

– Assist in the development of strategies and cross-platform programs

that leverage alternative media to fuel integration and interactivity

between Online, Broadcast, and CRM

– Act as liaison to collaborate with internal teams on the development

of these programs

– Coordinate day-to-day production needs and internal processes to

execute approved plans, including the development of relevant content,

issuing creative requests and tracking assets, pitching concepts,

managing timelines, coordinating with online team, and legal approval of

execution

– Monitor customer engagement and identify new ways to activate

participation and feedback

– Conduct outreach and build relationships with top bloggers and local

community groups

– Measure and create reports on the impact of all plans based on

various metrics

– Coordinate advertising and promotional plans

– Four- year college degree required

– 2+ years of experience preferred

– Advertising or agency experience a plus

– Proven digital experience launching and growing social and mobile

platforms

– Knowledgeable about the latest technology and social media trends and

tools

– Strong work ethic and willingness/availability to work long hours

– Strong Interpersonal, Organizational, Communication and Analytical

skills

– Collaborative team player willing to absorb, enhance, and execute

brand direction

– Excellent computer skills and functional knowledge with Photoshop and

HTML/CSS

Contact: Please send resume (must include salary requirements) to

cscoles@eagles.nfl.com

50.) Assistant Professor in Organizational/Corporate Communication, J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI

The Interpersonal, Organizational, and Public Communication Division in the J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication at Marquette University invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor beginning August 22, 2011 with a teaching and research concentration in organizational/corporate communication. The J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication includes majors in advertising, broadcast and electronic communication, communication studies, corporate communication, journalism, performing arts, and public relations. A $28 million gift from the Diederich family has made possible renovations of Johnston Hall, the college's home; up-to-date laboratory and studio technology; and generous support for faculty development and travel.

Essential Functions

A successful candidate should be able to teach courses such as corporate rhetoric, corporate social responsibility, consulting, organizational communication, training and development, persuasion, or health communication. We welcome candidates with either a qualitative or quantitative methodological background. Professional experience is desired of the ideal candidate.

Duties and Responsibilities

Engage in a robust research agenda, teach graduate and undergraduate courses that support the Communication Studies and Corporate Communication majors and one's own specialty areasand provide service as requested at college and division levels.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Earned doctorate or a terminal degree. Demonstrated potential for teaching excellence and high quality research.

Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Ph.D required. Applicants must be committed to communication education within a liberal arts context and possess strong potential for a significant publication/research program.

Department College of Communication

Special Instructions to Applicants Applications must include:

1. A cover letter that addresses interest in and qualifications for the position, including a statement explaining how the candidate's teaching and research will contribute to the department,

2. A curriculum vitae,

3. Evidence of teaching (teaching evaluations as collected across the candidate's experience), and

4. Names, addresses, e-mail, and phone numbers of at least three references.

Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.

https://careers.marquette.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1298888951253

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51.) Director of Electronic Toll Collection – MTA Bridges & Tunnels – New York, New York

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14.02.2011: 1930 LT: Posn: 05:25N – 115:18E, off Labuan, Malaysia.

Three pirates wearing masks armed with long knives in a speed boat boarded a tug towing a barge enroute from Labuan to Kota Kinabalu. They took hostage the duty oiler from the engine room and took him to the bridge. They took hostage all six crew members, tied them up and damaged all the communication equipments. Later two of the pirates took the C/E to the crew cabins to switch on the lights and ransacked the cabins. Pirates stole cash and crew personal belongings and escaped.

17.02.2011: 2030 LT: Posn: 11 nm of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.

Five pirates wearing masks armed with long knives boarded a tanker underway. They took hostage all crewmembers except master, tied them up and locked them in the engine room. They went to master’s cabin, threatened him with long knives, punched him on his chest and demanded ship’s cash. Then, the pirates tied up the master, stole tanker’s cash, crew cash and crew personal belongings and escaped in a speed boat. Before escaping, they also cut down the supply cables causing the tanker to be without lights. The Master managed to release himself and locate and free the crew.

17.02.2011: 0540 LT: Posn: 01:08.1N – 103:32.2E, Singapore straits.

Six pirates armed with long knives boarded a tug underway via a high-speed boat. They gained entry into the bridge by breaking the bridge door glass. They held hostage and tied up the hands of the 2/O and A/B, ransacked the bridge and asked for money from the bridge crew. Master pretended to be the helmsmen and continued to steer the vessel. One pirate went into the accommodation, found the C/E, beat him up and asked for money as well. The C/E managed to escape and lock himself in his cabin. He informed the E/Rm to lock all access. Unable to get into any cabins the pirates stole ship properties and bridge crew personal belongings and escaped. Singapore VTIS and coast guard informed.

21.02.2011: 0400 LT: Posn: 22:15N 91:47E, Chittagong outer anchorage, Bangladesh.

Two robbers in a boat boarded an anchored container ship. Duty crew spotted the robbers on the poop deck and raised the alarm. Upon seeing the alert crew, the robbers escaped with stolen ship’s stores.

19.02.2011: 1416 UTC: Posn: 12:19N – 044:06E, Gulf of Aden.

Armed pirates in three wooden skiffs chased and fired upon a bulk carrier underway. Ship raised alarm and took anti-piracy preventive measures resulting in the pirates aborting the attempted attack.

19.02.2011: 0728 UTC: Posn: 11:33S – 050:45E, around 90nm off northern Madagascar. (Off Somalia)

Armed pirates in a skiff chased and fired upon a container ship underway. Vessel increased speed, carried out evasive manoeuvres and evaded the hijack attempt.

19.02.2011: 0001-0200 LT: Posn: 03:44.2S – 114:25.6E, Taboneo anchorage, Indonesia.

Robbers boarded an anchored bulk carrier ship via anchor chain. They stole ship's stores and escaped. Incident reported to authorities thru local agents.

18.02.2011: 1323 UTC: Posn: 18:00N – 061:02E: around 345nm ExN of Salalah, Oman (off Somalia).

A sailing yacht was reported hijacked by pirates and four of the yacht crew were taken hostages. Further details awaited.

17.02.2011: 2330 UTC: Posn: 22:14N – 091:46E: Chittagong alpha anchorage, Bangladesh.

Armed robbers boarded an anchored bulk carrier. Duty AB spotted the robbers on the forecastle and raised the alarm. Seeing the alert crew the robbers escaped with stolen ship stores.

11.02.2011: 0815 LT: Posn: 01:10N – 103:35E: around 3nm east of pilot western boarding ground “B” Singapore straits.

Four pirates in a wooden boat boarded a barge under tow by a tug. Crew noticed them and contacted the authorities. A coast guard vessel arrived at location to investigate. Pirates had already escaped before the coast guard vessel’s arrival. Coast guard personnel boarded and informed tug that the barge was safe and no pirates found onboard.

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