JOTW 18-2011


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JOTW 18-2011

2 May 2011

www.nedsjotw.com

This is newsletter number 875

“My internet went down at home yesterday. I think my neighbor must have forgotten to pay his bill. (via Twitter)”

– Steven Winterburn

*** Welcome to the JOTW network.

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This network is all about connecting communicators and sharing opportunities. And speaking of sharing, since the JOTW newsletter was started almost ten years ago, more than 30,000 job opportunities have been listed and shared with members of this network. 32,247 to be exact, as of today.

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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, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

2.) Public Affairs Specialist , Commerce, Patent and Trademark Office, Alexandria, VA

3.) Morning Show Host, WPOR-FM, SAGA Communications, Portland, ME

4.) Senior Vice President of Agency Relations and External Affairs, UJA-Federation of New York, New York, New York

5.) Development Director, International Museum of Women (IMOW), San Francisco, CA

6.) Dean, School of Communications, HOWARD UNIVERSITY, Washington, DC

7.) Communications Manager, Regis College, Weston, MA

8.) Marketing Communications Specialist, San Francisco Foundation, San Francisco, California

9.) Publicist, Saxton Group Ltd, New York, NY

10.) VP Corporate Communications, Saba, Redwood City, CA

11.) Director of Corporate Communications, Kaplan Inc., New York, NY

12.) Production Artist, Vitro, San Diego, California

13.) Director of PR and Marketing Communications Williams-Sonoma Brand, Williams-Sonoma, Inc., San Francisco, California

14.) Senior Account Executive, Public Relations,

15.) Public Relations Communications Specialist, ARC, Arlington, VA

16.) Development and Communications Assistant, Congregation Sherith Israel, San Francisco, California

17.) Section Supervisor – Local Marketing and Media Relations, Erie Insurance, Erie, PA

18.) Global PR Manager, Invisible Hand, New York, New York

19.) Manager, Corporate Communications, Nyse Euronext, New York, NY

20.) Communications Associate, American Academy of Arts & Sciences, Cambridge, MA

21.) Senior Copywriter, Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods, Little Rock, Arkansas

22.) Account Supervisor-Corporate Practice, PR Agency, Chicago, IL

23.) REGIONAL SALES EXECUTIVE, Icelandair, Quincy, Massachusetts

24.) President and CEO Alliance for Peacebuilding, Washington, DC

25.) Public Relations Writer, Triton College, River Grove, IL

26.) Public Relations Coordinator, Caesars Entertainment, Las Vegas, Nevada

27.) Director of Communications, Parente Beard, LLC, PHILADELPHIA, PA

28.) Communications specialist 1, GEICO, Washington, DC

29.) Director of Marketing Communications, Cowan's Auctions, Cincinnati, OH

30.) PR Senior Account Executive, Corporate & Media, Hill & Knowlton, Santa Monica, CA

30.) PR Senior Account Executive, Corporate & Media, Hill & Knowlton, Santa Monica, CA

31.) Director Communications Job, Johnson & Johnson, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania

32.) Senior Writer/Editor – Executive and Employee Communications, Amerigroup Corporation, Virginia Beach, Virginia

33.) Marketing and Communications Manager, The Grail, Loveland, Ohio

34.) Assistant Director of Public and Media Relations, NCAA, Indianapolis, Indiana

35.) Vice President, KNB Communications, Stamford, CT

36.) Vice President of Public Affairs, Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, Sacramento, California

37.) Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist, Gulf of Mexico Region, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and Enforcement, New Orleans Metro area, LA

38.) Associate Director, Marketing Services, American Physical Therapy Association, Alexandria, VA

39.) Media Relations Editor, ACT, Inc., Iowa City, Iowa

40.) Marketing Associate – Loyalty E-mail Programs, United Airlines, Chicago, IL

41.) Sr. Web Developer, Pinnacle Airlines, Memphis, TN

42.) Media Relations Specialist, Beth Abraham Family Health Services, Bronx, New York

43.) Account Coordinator, Reputation Partners, Chicago, Illinois

44.) Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP), Office of Communications, National Transportation Safety Board, Washington, DC

45.) Communications Director, External, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Wilmington, DE

46.) BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, Revive Public Relations, Nashville, TN or Santa Barbara, CA

47.) Manager, Corporate Communications, Sirius XM Radio, New York, NY

48.) INTERACTIVE INTRANET PRODUCER, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

49.) Director of Web Strategy, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

50.) Director, Baldwin House / Director, University Relations/Public Affairs, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL

51.) Sr Mgr, Communications, Baxter International Inc., Deerfield, Illinois

52.) Individuals requiring accommodation, please call 561-297-3058.

53.) Communications Coordinator, D.C. United, Washington, DC

54.) Sr Manager Medical Communication, Elan Corporation, South San Francisco, California

55.) Communications Associate, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC

56.) Community Relations – Des Moines, American Cancer Society, Des Moines, Iowa

57.) HQ IMMUNOLOGY COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Lawrenceville, Georgia

58.) VP- Director, Investor Relations, Insituform Technologies, Inc., Chesterfield, MO

59.) Golf Caddie, Caddie Crew, Sacramento, CA

60.) Golf Service Representative, Cache Creek Casino Resort, Brooks, CA

61.) Golf Tournament Coordinator, JC Resorts, Rancho Bernardo, CA

62.) TaylorMade Golf Brand Ambassador, TaylorMade-adidas Golf Company, Minnesota

64.) Cart Range Bag Attendant, El Dorado Park Golf Course, Long Beach, CA

64.) Golf Course Starter/Marshall, Indian Hills, Country Club, Marietta, GA

65.) Summer Gardener, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR

66.) Dishwasher, Nick's Cove and Cottages, Marshall, CA

67.) Seasonal Community Standards Officer–Weeds, City of Lenexa, Lenexa, KS

68.) Trimmer/Polisher, Outdoors Construction Site, Tampa, FL

69.) Public Area Attendant, Terranea Resort, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

*** Weekly Piracy Report

…and more! Scroll down and see them all!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

This is available for you!

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

*** Add me!

Can you pls. add me to your email group?

Thank you.

JH

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*** Consider Northeastern’s online 12-month Master of Science in Corporate and Organizational Communication.

Offered through Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies, the Fast-Track Master of Science in Corporate and Organizational Communication is a 1-year 100% online program that provides graduates with the skills to develop, manage, and evaluate global communications.

The next start date is September 2011.

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*** Information and Communication Technology for Humanitarian

Assistance/Disaster Relief Workshop

You are invited to a special workshop sponsored by the Office of Naval Research and the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, on information technology, humanitarian assistance/disaster relief and social media on May 25-26 at the Marriott hotel in Colorado Springs. This workshop will bring together non-government organizations, US

government agencies, and the military involved in humanitarian assistance/disaster relief missions for discussions, technology demonstrations, and talks from leaders in the fields of disaster management, social media, and information sharing issues to explore common concerns about information sharing technologies and their role in disaster management today. Current issues such as the Japan earthquake/tsunami, Haiti and other humanitarian missions will be considered, as well technical problems such as data sharing, the ethics of information sharing, and the new problems and possibilities that

these technologies offer for inter-agency, multi-national and domestic missions.

This event is looking technologies that link organizations and their communication tools together and how they relate to the communication process during a crisis. The conference will look at how we can monitor the communications during a crisis, and understand what is happening so we can better respond.

Registration Link:

http://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=935330

Invitation Code is: HA/DR

Hotel Reservations: Marriott Hotel:

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/cosmc-colorado-springs-marriott/

Special conference lodging rate of $84 per night available (for 24 and 25 may); reserve by May 1.

Virtual Community Site: The NING network will provide a virtual social space for this meeting. It will include chat-room facilities and feature hosted chats and forums for communication prior to the meeting. Learn about the speakers, attend “sidebar” talks, and hosted discussions!

Click to Join:

http://hadrtech2011.ning.com/?xgi=50w9FxjCGymyh7&xg_source=msg_invite_net

Please visit: http://www.uccs.edu/~thhc/HADRTech.html

For questions about registration and lodging, please contact Ms. Mallory

Dugger mdugger@uccs.edu.

*** From Brian Ruark:

Dear Ned,

Caught a typo in your newsletter! (Though, I'm sure no fault of your own, as you would never make such an egregious error!) See #16…

16.) Major League Baseball Advanced Media, Marketing Producer,

Milwaukee, IL

As much as Illinois would like to claim Milwaukee as their own, we won't have it.

Hope all is well!

-Brian

*** Dutch Artists in Singapore

You are cordially invited to the official launch of the Dutch

Artists in Singapore platform performed by H.E. Mr. Johannes W.G. Jansing,

Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Thursday 12 May 2011 from 6pm

RSVP: mail@dutchartists.sg, before 5 May

Website: www.dutchartists.sg

Venue: Going Dutch, 474-476 River Valley Road

Opening hrs: Tue – Sat 10:30am-7pm, Sun 11am- 6pm

*** IABC World Conference Program: Monday, 13 June

8–9 a.m.

Accreditation Session

Accreditation: ABCs make it happen

Effective organizational communication requires professional communicators to think and make decisions under stress, to devise and direct effective communication plans, and to master and employ a variety of communication skills that will serve the strategic needs of their organizations. Join a lively discussion about how to advance your career in communication and why you should pursue your ABC. Learn what is involved in the application, work portfolio, and written and oral examination processes. Meet working accredited professionals and discover how earning their ABC changed their view of themselves and their careers.

Presenters / Edward “Ned” Lundquist, ABC / Virginia, USA, is a principal science writer for MCR LLC in Arlington, VA He is an award-winning communicator, has written numerous professional and trade publication articles, and is the past chair of IABC’s accreditation council.

Beth Ryan, ABC/ Pennsylvania, USA, directs the integrated marketing communications program for SECO/WARWICK Corp., managing strategy and tactics for business to business corporate communications. She is the director of marketing for the IABC accreditation council.

http://www.iabc.com/wc/sdMonday.htm

3–4:15 p.m.

CONFERENCE SESSIONS M17–M24

M17 / When “thought leadership” isn't: The oxymoron of “subject matter experts”

(Strategic Leadership)

You can't claim thought leadership unless you have something to say, meaning a real thought or opinion. In this session, you'll learn why creating thought leadership builds your brand, how your company thought leaders can reposition the whole organization, and the dark secret about white papers. Find out how to leverage social media to build thought leadership, how you can become a thought leader yourself, and how to build your personal brand.

Presenters / Mary Hills, ABC / Illinois, USA, is co-principal of HeimannHills Marketing Group, an integrated marketing and communication firm serving U.S. and European clients. Hills is also senior adjunct faculty at the Keller Graduate School of Management and chair of the IABC accreditation council.

Edward “Ned” Lundquist, ABC / Virginia, USA, is a principal science writer for MCR LLC in Arlington, VA. He is an award-winning communicator and has experience in military, commercial, nonprofit and government contracting assignments. He has written numerous professional and trade publication articles and is past chair of IABC's accreditation council.

http://www.iabc.com/wc/sdMonday.htm

*** And this very special Sunday afternoon session:

S4 / Loud and Clear: The importance of tactical communications in the US Navy

(Employee & Change Communication)

Communication revolutionized naval warfare. The lessons learned at sea apply to the business world, too. Good or bad communication can mean victory or defeat. History tells us how the ability communicate with ships at sea allowed commanders to share information, expand command and control, and build collaborative networks. This ability could also be exploited and manipulated. See how advances in technology brought about profound changes in leadership and management. Learn how misalignment can result in disaster and understand how ambiguity can lead to missed opportunities. Learn about vulnerabilities and countermeasures can confuse, deceive or defeat and see how the simplest forms of communication are often the best.

Presenter / Karl Zingheim / California, USA, is the staff historian for the USS Midway Museum located in San Diego.

*** From Larry Bearfield:

I'm sure your coffee is tasting extra special this morning because you're drinking out of a collectable Musketahquid Lodge 414 coffee mug!

Remember when WWW didn't mean world wide web??

Larry

(Remember when we would serve cheerfully, even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities?)

*** Highlights of this past week:

Red Sox vs. Orioles at Camden yards on Thursday. Lester and Papelbon pitched. Sox won 6-2.

Boy Scout camporee at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.

Harpers Ferry is a unique place. Two rives join here, the Potomac and Shenandoah, and so this was an important trading post for many years. The U.S. established one of its two armors here (the other in Springfield, VA). Lewis and Clark outfitted their Corps of Discovery here. John brown led his unsuccessful insurrection to capture the armory and arm the slaves to start a revolt. The first man killed in that incident was a free black man. A U.S. Army officer, Col. Robert E Lee, commanded the U.S. troops sent to put down John Brown’s uprising. Harpers Ferry changed hands eight times during the Civil War. During the war, the Confederates captured the armory and 12,500 men, the largest surrender of U.S. forces ever until (and only second to) the U.S. forces who surrendered at Bataan and Corregidor during WWII. After the Civil War, Storer College was established to educate former slaves. It was open to all races and both men and women.

Tom and I stopped to get gas on the way home. A very large “biker gang” was gathering, all wearing their leathers. It was the first time I had ever seen bikers who all wore silver name tags.

*** Ned’s personal Groupon link:

http://www.groupon.com/r/uu662904

“Tell your friends to click your personal referral link (above) to subscribe. If they buy their first Groupon deal by May 2nd, we'll reward you with $20 in Groupon Bucks — redeemable on any Groupon deal.*”

Help Ned buy something extravagant, and get something for yourself, too.

*** Let’s get to the jobs:

1.) Public Affairs Specialist, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=98741889

2.) Public Affairs Specialist, Commerce, Patent and Trademark Office, Alexandria, VA

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=98797333

3.) Morning Show Host, WPOR-FM, SAGA Communications, Portland, ME

http://www.sagacommunications.com/jobs/job_listings.php?action=display&id=893

4.) Senior Vice President of Agency Relations and External Affairs, UJA-Federation of New York, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=338100014

*** From Virginia A. Williams:

From

Hi Ned,

We're looking for a Development Director, would love it if you could post on the JOTW list, thanks!

Virginia

5.) Development Director, International Museum of Women (IMOW), San Francisco, CA

The International Museum of Women (IMOW) is seeking a dynamic, organized and passionate Development Director to spearhead its fundraising and external relations. The ideal candidate will be globally-minded, passionate about arts and new media and deeply committed to advancing women's human rights.

The Development Director is responsible for raising IMOW's annual budget of $1.1M, and for shaping the fundraising strategy that will grow that budget significantly over the coming 3 years. As part of a core staff team of five, the Director is a key contributor to the museum's team with significant opportunity to help shape and energize this innovative, growing institution.

The Development Director's role spans every facet of the fundraising and external relations mix, including Corporate and Foundation Giving; Special Events; Online Fundraising; Individual Giving/ Major Gifts and Membership. The successful candidate should demonstrate high levels of competency in most or all of these essential areas, combined with superlative organization and time management skills. The ability to juggle multiple priorities and deadlines, manage and motivate volunteers, and work in a changing environment is essential. The position supervises one Development Associate, as well as multiple volunteers.

Responsibilities:

• Work closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors to determine institutional fundraising goals and strategies.

• Develop and execute the annual fundraising plan, including strategies for corporations, foundations and individuals, including high net worth donors.

• Orchestrate and optimize the effectiveness of the Board Development Committee.

• Research, identify and cultivate potential funding sources, focusing on partnerships with high levels of alignment in values, passions and objectives.

• Develop compelling foundation and corporate proposals.

• Plan, oversee and solicit sponsorship for special fundraising events including Annual Gala and donor receptions.

• Revitalize and re-launch IMOW's membership program and online/ social media donation opportunities.

• Orchestrate the museum's annual appeal

• Write and produce all fundraising copy and materials including web copy, solicitation letters, brochures and event scripts.

• Oversee effective use of Exceed! database system and all donor relationship management.

• Develop and continually update solicitation pipeline, revenue forecasts and fundraising results/ effectiveness reports.

Required Qualifications:

• Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience.

• 5 years of fundraising experience, or its equivalent, with significant experience of building creative and mutually beneficial partnerships within the nonprofit, public and corporate sectors

• Demonstrated success generating revenue in a dynamic, mission-driven environment

• Substantial evidence of ability to draft compelling fundraising proposals, pitch documents and presentations

• Ability to engage colleagues, volunteers and Board members to achieve fundraising goals

• Excellent written and verbal communications skills. Proven ability to influence and engage senior level decision makers.

• Highly Proficient Excel, PowerPoint and in use of donor/ customer relationship management software.

• Excellent organizational skills, including the ability complete multiple projects to deadline in fast-paced environment.

• High level of web and social media savvy

• Positive, optimistic and highly professional demeanor

• Passion for new media, the arts and for international women human rights.

• Ability to undertake occasional business travel and to work some evenings and weekends

Desired Qualifications:

• Fluency in a language other than English – Spanish and Arabic preferred.

• Experience generating revenue through online and social media

• Solid knowledge of financial and accounting principles and their application in a nonprofit environment

• Experience managing high revenue annual events, including management of committees and event chairs

Compensation: Salary and benefits are competitive within the industry and commensurate with experience.

To Apply: The International Museum of Women has engaged Koya Consulting to help in this hire. Please send a thoughtful cover letter, writing sample and resume to Katie Bouton at: executivesearch@koyaconsulting.com.

The International Museum of Woman is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from people of color, persons with disabilities, women, and LGBT applicants.

About the International Museum of Women

The International Museum of Women (IMOW) uses art and multi-media to inspire, activate and connect global audiences around contemporary issues of women's human rights. As a global and completely ‘virtual' museum, IMOW stages its exhibitions online in multiple languages and plans to stage exhibits, events and installations in worldwide locations. The offices of the International Museum of Women are in San Francisco, where the museum team works with a dispersed global community of partners, curators, artists and thinkers. In the past year, over 600,000 women and men from over 200 countries have visited our online exhibitions.

About Koya Consulting:

Koya Consulting is a national retained search and consulting firm that works exclusively with non-profits and social enterprises. We deliver measurable results, finding exceptionally talented people who truly fit the unique culture of our client organizations. For more information about Koya Consulting, please visit www.koyaconsulting.com.

Classification: Full-time, Exempt

Reports to: Executive Director

Link: http://www.imow.org/about/employment/staff/position?id=63

*** From Dr. Barbara B. Hines:

6.) Dean, School of Communications, HOWARD UNIVERSITY, Washington, DC

Under the leadership of President Sidney A. Ribeau, Howard University invites applications and nominations for the position of Dean of the School of Communications.

The School of Communications:

Howard University’s School of Communications seeks to maintain an environment in which students engage in the pursuit of knowledge within a framework of academic excellence, professional ethics and social justice, and prepare themselves for leadership roles in the complex field of communications, whether as teachers, researchers, or professional practitioners. The school consists of four academic departments: Communication and Culture; Communication Sciences and Disorders; Journalism; and Radio, Television and Film. It offers undergraduate degrees with concentrations in legal communications, speech and applied communications, advertising, broadcast news, print journalism, public relations, audio production, television production, telecommunications management, and film. The school also offers an M.F.A. degree in film. In conjunction with the Graduate School, it offers an accredited M.S. degree in communication disorders and M.A. and Ph.D. degree concentrations in intercultural and rhetorical communications, speech-language pathology, and mass communications and media studies. Fifty-five full-time faculty members are distributed among these programs, and another thirty-four part-time faculty members teach specialized courses. The school also sponsors an endowed undergraduate honors program and a center for excellence in advertising. Its current student body consists of 1,400 undergraduate students and 200 graduate students.

Duties and Responsibilities: The Dean is responsible for the overall academic, administrative, and fiscal leadership of the School of Communications. The Dean reports to the university’s Provost and Chief Academic Officer. Major responsibilities include: maintaining academic programs of high quality; promoting an organizational climate that fosters excellence in teaching, research, professional practice, and service; enhancing the unit’s contribution to communications research; identifying external sources of support for academic programs and initiatives; fostering the continued professional development of faculty and staff; and recruiting and training students who will serve as future leaders in the communication professions and in the academy. Consistent with the university’s emphasis on interdisciplinary collaborations, the Dean will also be responsible for encouraging their growth both within the school and between the school and other academic and research units.

Minimum Qualifications: Preferred candidates will possess an earned Ph.D. in an academic discipline related to communications. In addition, the candidate will have a demonstrated record of success at senior levels of academic leadership, including responsibility for accredited programs; a distinguished record of scholarship, teaching, and service that merits the rank of professor at a research university; and a successful record of budgetary, organizational and personnel management.

Alternatively, candidates may possess a master’s degree in communications or a related discipline and a record of high achievement as a professional in communications, preferably at the executive level, with significant experience leading complex organizations; managing creative, innovative people; and managing operational and capital budgets.

Salary and Benefits: Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. The preferred starting date is July or August 2011.

The University: Chartered by Congress in 1867, Howard University is the world’s largest and most comprehensive university with a predominantly African-American enrollment. Its faculty, staff and student body include persons of all colors, creeds and nationalities. Howard University is a private university accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Twelve schools and colleges offer undergraduate and graduate academic programs in the arts and sciences, business, communications, education, engineering, and health sciences, and graduate professional training in dentistry, divinity, medicine, law, and social work. The faculty consists of more than 1,100 full-time and approximately 450 part-time members, whose ranks include nationally and internationally recognized scholars. Its 10,500 students pursue studies in more than 120 disciplines leading to undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching classifies Howard University among the Research Universities with High Research Activity.

Review of Applications and Nominations: Candidates should address the above criteria in a letter of interest along with a current curriculum vitae and the names, telephone numbers, and e-mail and mailing addresses of four references. Review of applications will begin immediately. To assure full consideration, applicants are advised to submit their materials by May 13, 2011. Nominations and applications should be submitted electronically to: CommunicationsDeanSearch@howard.edu. Inquiries and submissions may also be addressed to: The Search Advisory Committee, School of Communications, Office of the Provost, Suite 405, Howard University, 2400 Sixth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20059.

Equal Employment Opportunity: Howard University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, sex, marital status, religion, or disability.

7.) Communications Manager, Regis College, Weston, MA

GENERAL SUMMARY:

Under the direct supervision of the Director of Admission; also provides administrative support to the Director and performs special assignments.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

* Follows established mail sequence and communication plan for various constituents, including mail-house or in-house mailings (all letters and invitations), and e-mail blasts to various audiences. Reviews and compose letters, with potential for other confidential and/or complex correspondence. In each of these capacities, often times, serves as a draft copywriter.

* Makes regular recommendations on improving or consolidating existing communication and/or implementing innovative ways by which to maintain prospective students', admitted students', parents, and secondary school counselors attention.

* Responsible for web, electronic and print marketing, communication and publications. Serves as Publications Liaison: collaborates with in-house Publications and/or outside print company on all print jobs regarding designing, editing, proofreading, and ordering (includes all print materials such as brochures, invitations, posters, advertisements, etc.); acts as point of contact for print vendors for reprints; coordinates with photographers as needed.

* Assists Director with all aspects of editing/design view book, including designing, editing, proofreading, and mailing and acts as the main conduit for communications vendor producing the view book.

* Maintains publication inventory and arranges pick up (for mail-house delivery) of additional pieces, i.e., stationery, envelopes. Updates Admission Fast Facts, manages updating information provided to institutional research.

* Serve as Admission website liaison, initiates and/or makes all edits and updates to the Admission pages of the College website. Works on maintaining online presence and updating information on the World Wide Web.

* Prepares ad copies and ensures deadlines are met for all advertising venues; determines cost effectiveness and yield for specific territories when determining action to renew certain advertisements.

* Assist in developing undergraduate Admission social networking and media presence i.e. facebook, student profile videos, online photo collage

* Measures effectiveness of communication venues by generating reports and tracking outcomes.

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

* Assist with data entry working closely with Admission Systems Coordinator.

* Attends Admission Events and provides support for planning and execution of events.

* Works with admission counseling staff in developing information Session presentation.

* Coordinates all aspects of the Office of Admission Annual Report on a yearly basis.

* Performs other related duties as required.

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE/TRAINING REQUIRED:

* Qualified candidates must possess a bachelor's degree at a minimum

* Candidates should demonstrate three to five years of related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

* Working knowledge of current office procedures, practices, and equipment including the use of computers and the ability to keep up-to-date with technology.

* Knowledge of computer software programs and applications for word processing and database management.

* High level skills, including record keeping, accounting, bookkeeping, statistics and filing.

* Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; to establish positive public relations for the department; and to interact with a wide variety of people.

* Excellent and strong time management skills and the ability to work with minimum supervision.

* Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines.

* Diplomacy, tact, and knowledge of College-wide operations.

* Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.

* WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

* Normal office environment, not subject to extremes in temperature, noise, odors, etc.

* May spend extended periods at terminal, on telephone, or operating other office machines, requiring eye-hand coordination and finger dexterity.

* Regular interruptions to assist staff, faculty, and students.

* May require bending, lifting and carrying of mailing materials and office supplies.

To apply please forward a resume and a letter of interest listing three reference contacts to: Admission Office, Box 27, Regis College, 235 Wellesley Street, Weston, MA 02493-1571; or E-mail: admission@regiscollege.edu

An equal opportunity employer, Regis College is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty and staff.

Application Information

Apply for this Position through My HigherEdJobs Postal Address: Admission

Regis College

Box 27

235 Wellesley Street

Weston, MA 02493-1571

Phone: (781)768-7210

Fax: (781)768-8301

Email Address: admission@regiscollege.edu

http://www.higheredjobs.com/search/details.cfm?JobCode=175518849&Title=Communications%20Manager

8.) Marketing Communications Specialist, San Francisco Foundation, San Francisco, California

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=337700014

*** From Jamie Garfield:

Dear Mr. Lundquist,

I was hoping you would post the following job opportunity:

Best,

Jamie Garfield

The Saxton Group Ltd.

New York, NY

9.) Publicist, Saxton Group Ltd, New York, NY

One Paragraph Pitch: High-End boutique PR/Events Planning firm with A-List clientele is looking for a flexible Publicist looking for a challenge and ready to move to the next level. The ideal candidate will be highly-organized, a self-motivated, possess excellent communication skills both verbal and written. Candidate must be a quick-study, capable of prioritizing schedule to meet deadlines in a fast paced environment, past agency experience is preferred but not required. Bachelor’s degree is required. Start Date: Mid-May. Please submit salary requirement along with application.

Apply: jgarfield@saxtongroupltd.com

10.) VP Corporate Communications, Saba, Redwood City, CA

http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?k=Job&c=qv19Vfwk&j=oGIHVfwK

11.) Director of Corporate Communications, Kaplan Inc., New York, NY

https://sjobs.brassring.com/en/asp/tg/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=744064

12.) Production Artist, Vitro, San Diego, California

http://www.talentzoo.com/index.php/Production-Artist/?action=view_job&jobID=106721

13.) Director of PR and Marketing Communications Williams-Sonoma Brand, Williams-Sonoma, Inc., San Francisco, California

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site_id=1691&jb=7914558

*** From David Weissman:

Ned, please post this opportunity in your next newsletter. Best, David

14.) Senior Account Executive, Public Relations, R&R Partners, Phoenix, AZ

The Phoenix office of R&R Partners is looking for a strong Public Relations Senior Account Executive who knows how to successfully manage client relationships, work on integrated accounts and deliver outstanding results.

Excellent idea generation, organizational skills, effective multi-tasking, devoted work ethic and positive team attitude are critical.

Candidates should have the ability to:

• Develop strategic plans

• Manage multiple clients

• Work successfully with the media

• Write exceptionally

• Plan and execute social media

• Respond well to crisis issues

• Manage community relations

You’ll be part of an agency named one of the best places to work in America and among the Top 10 Regional Agencies. We offer fantastic benefits.

Minimum requirements are a minimum five years of relevant public relations experience, a bachelors degree in public relations, marketing, journalism or related field. Experience in healthcare and higher education is preferred.

Send cover letter and resume to: hr@rrpartners.com.

*** From Peter Abzug:

Hi Ned…Hope you're doing well. I've got a job posting for your broadcast. Thanks!

Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!

Peter

15.) Public Relations Communications Specialist, ARC, Arlington, VA

Job Listing at http://www.arccorp.com/careers/career-opportunities.jsp

email resume and salary requirements to jobs@arccorp.com

16.) Development and Communications Assistant, Congregation Sherith Israel, San Francisco, California

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=338100002

17.) Section Supervisor – Local Marketing and Media Relations, Erie Insurance, Erie, PA

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&str=26&site_id=1691&jb=7914602

18.) Global PR Manager, Invisible Hand, New York, New York

http://jobs.prweekjobs.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=11138&jb=7914107

19.) Manager, Corporate Communications, Nyse Euronext, New York, NY

http://www.jobfox.com/Web/Seeker/Landing/AppJobDetails.aspx?AppJobId=9e2c2497-f0a5-4384-a947-a954808337ff

20.) Communications Associate, American Academy of Arts & Sciences, Cambridge, MA

http://www.higheredjobs.com/search/details.cfm?JobCode=175515693&Title=Communications%20Associate

21.) Senior Copywriter, Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods, Little Rock, Arkansas

http://www.talentzoo.com/index.php/Senior-Copywriter/?action=view_job&jobID=106793

*** From Jennifer Briston:

Hi Ned,

Could you post this job listing for JOTW? The specs are as follows:

22.) Account Supervisor-Corporate Practice, PR Agency, Chicago, IL

Ref # 0644

PR agency in Chicago is expanding its corporate practice and will add Account Supervisor to be right hand to Managing Director and Sr VP. Position created because of growth and new business wins. 32 person office. Entrepreneurial spirit makes this agency an especially fun place to work at. Huge growth potential. Candidate will help to shape his/her job. Agency creates award-winning work for diverse clients from start-up companies to global brands. Open and collaborative culture.

Background:

Bachelor’s degree and 4-6, or up to 7-8 (at the top end) years of PR experience; agency experience preferred. Will consider candidates with combination of agency and non- agency backgrounds. Must have a strong background in corporate communications and solid corporate media relations contacts (traditional media and social). Expertise in reputation and issues management, internal and external communications and crisis communications.

Must have excellent written and verbal communications skills, strong organizational and multitasking skills, exceptional interpersonal skills, facility to drive results and to consistently meeting deadlines.

Responsibilities:

Work on Chicago office and national accounts, including technology, consumer, B2B, health care and retail.

Collaborate with Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Corporate Affairs, to implement reputation management programs. Strong emphasis on media relations and writing. Hands on approach.

Active role in new business development, including RFPs and new business pitches.

Lead projects and direct staff when appropriate. Position will evolve as agency grows its client base. Unique opportunity for candidate to develop own job description according to individual talents and strengths.

BENEFITS

Outstanding package includes medical and dental choices, vacation, optional and sick time. Also, 401(k) plan, pretax flexible spending accounts, tuition assistance, a prescription drug benefit plan, a vision plan, long-term and short-term disability, life insurance and an exceptional work/life balance. Wellness program offers opportunities to promote health, well-being, and fun.

To Apply: Please refer to the job title and reference number in your subject line: PRSup0644

Send your accomplishment driven resume that includes your client success stories, cover letter, salary and writing samples to: PRSup0644@lhazan.com

c/o Lynn Hazan, Lynn Hazan & Associates. We appreciate a follow up call at 312.863.5401. Your follow up will make a difference.

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

23.) REGIONAL SALES EXECUTIVE, Icelandair, Quincy, Massachusetts

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=1691&jb=7926183

*** From Virginia A. Williams:

24.) President and CEO Alliance for Peacebuilding, Washington, DC

AfP is seeking a recognized leader in the peacebuilding community to serve as President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and lead all aspects of an active, multifaceted membership organization of over 75 organizations and hundreds of peacebuilding professionals.

Home

25.) Public Relations Writer, Triton College, River Grove, IL

http://www.higheredjobs.com/search/details.cfm?JobCode=175518897&Title=Public%20Relations%20Writer

26.) Public Relations Coordinator, Caesars Entertainment, Las Vegas, Nevada

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=1691&jb=7926610

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

27.) Director of Communications, Parente Beard, LLC, PHILADELPHIA, PA

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=98611391

*** From Greg Marsh:

Ned:

Greetings! We're looking for a top-notch corporate communicator to join our team at GEICO.

Greg Marsh

manager, associate communications

301-986-2993

28.) Communications specialist 1, GEICO, Washington, DC

Communications specialist 1 position requires a highly creative and dynamic professional communicator to develop and deliver corporate messages through internal communications and social media channels.

The successful applicant will:

* Take a lead role in creating companywide communications

campaigns, using all available tools and technologies.

* Display a current knowledge and understanding of

property/casualty insurance and a strong appetite to learn more.

* Possess a minimum of two years' successful experience in a

corporate communications environment.

* Have demonstrated ability in such key communications activities

as interviewing, research, writing and photography.

* Display the ability to write clearly and accurately for intranet

articles, blog posts, promotional copy, etc.

* Be thorough and professional about every aspect of research and

writing, and hold high respect for deadlines and the delivery of 100% accurate information to readers.

* Have a history of taking the initiative to introduce new

communications ideas and methods, and to explore every avenue in search of needed information.

Day-to-day assignments include:

* Research and write articles and announcements for associate

communications.

* Develop a network of contacts.

* Generate story ideas for associate communications.

* Conduct interviews (face-to-face, phone, e-mail).

* Craft well-written, thoroughly researched and concise articles,

and meet all copy deadlines.

* Produce photographs/videos/slideshows as needed, or obtain art

from other sources, to illustrate own articles or others.

* Learn how to prepare each day's intranet content.

* Perform other duties as assigned.

Resumes to Greg Marsh (gmarsh@geico.com).

*** From Tom Muccia:

29.) Director of Marketing Communications, Cowan's Auctions, Cincinnati, OH

http://www.cowanauctions.com/about-us/news.aspx?NewsId=372

30.) PR Senior Account Executive, Corporate & Media, Hill & Knowlton, Santa Monica, CA

http://jobs.prweekjobs.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=11138&jb=7865923

31.) Director Communications Job, Johnson & Johnson, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania

http://www.careertopjobs.com/clinical-research-job.aspx?job=346609

32.) Senior Writer/Editor – Executive and Employee Communications, Amerigroup Corporation, Virginia Beach, Virginia

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=7892478

33.) Marketing and Communications Manager, The Grail, Loveland, Ohio

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=337800008

*** From Alicia Lewis:

Hello,

I would like to post the attached job positing for an assistant director of public and media relations on your site. All applicants should be directed back to the employment section at www.ncaa.org to submit their application materials. The job posting will close on Friday, May 13th.

Please let me know if you require any additional information and thank you for your assistance.

Alicia Lewis

34.) Assistant Director of Public and Media Relations, NCAA, Indianapolis, Indiana

Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Assist in the development and implementation of the national office’s strategic communication strategy. The strategy uses various audience-specific platforms to provide clear, consistent and customized advocacy messages about the Association’s functions and issues.

2. Provide daily media relations support to the Public and Media Relations unit. This will include working with the vice president of communications, managing director of communications, director and associate directors of public and media relations in compiling information to respond to reactive public relations activities from the news media and the public. It will also include preparing information and providing support related to proactive PR opportunities on which the unit is working and gathering intelligence on the activities and interests of media covering the NCAA and its events.

3. Assist with daily media calls. This will include calling back reporters and determining what information they are seeking from the Association and then working with the appropriate manager in Public and Media Relations to prepare information to be distributed back to the media that always seeks to extend NCAA messaging.

4. Provide public relations writing support, such as press releases, talking points, backgrounders, stories for championships programs and other NCAA collateral material.

5. Perform independent research for senior leaders in PMR and Communications as assigned.

6. Provide general public relations support at key NCAA events, such as the Men’s and Women’s Final Fours, the NCAA Convention and other events as assigned.

7. Work on proactive external messaging projects and also seek out new platforms for activating and extending key Association priorities and messages. These could include working on championships programs and event-related PR (i.e. Woman of the Year, NCAA Convention, membership-related conferences).

8. Use social and digital technology to enhance and extend communications opportunities for the national office.

9. Cultivate relationships with colleagues in the NCAA membership to develop third-party advocates in support of NCAA messaging and overall priorities

Minimum Requirements:

1. Bachelor’s degree.

2. Three to five years of related work experience in public relations, journalism, or communications, particularly in high-interest/low-trust settings at a national level.

3. Strong organizational skills.

4. Proven ability to add an advocacy focus to organizational priorities.

5. Proven ability to manage multiple tasks and tight deadlines.

6. Strong written and verbal communication skills.

7. Excellent and proven writing ability to produce materials targeted toward specific audiences.

8. Demonstrated ability to collaborate and manage stakeholders and related expectations.

9. Strong computer skills.

Preferred Qualifications:

1. Advanced degree.

2. Knowledge of higher education and intercollegiate athletics.

3. Understanding of the overall branding and messaging goals of the NCAA.

Interested candidate should visit the employment section at www.ncaa.org to submit application materials by Friday, May 13, 2011.

*** From Becky Bledsoe:

35.) Vice President, KNB Communications, Stamford, CT

KNB Communications, a highly innovative, fast-paced, public relations agency seeks an experienced healthcare public relations executive to join our rapidly growing team. The ideal candidate should have an exceptional record of success in working in a public relations agency environment devising successful strategies and developing creative campaigns. As vice president and based at our Stamford, CT offices, the candidate will work very closely with healthcare experts, trade and national media, and healthcare industry’s thought leaders to provide maximum exposure for our clients. The candidate must have minimum of ten years of experience in a public relations agency environment and familiarity with healthcare and health information technology industries.

This is a tremendous opportunity for a creative, “out of the box” thinker to work in a fun and professional environment and to lead a great team of people. The ideal candidate should have a broad understanding of all facets of public relations and a demonstrated track record of developing and executing successful strategies and programs as an agency practitioner. Responsibilities and requirements include:

• Develop and execute PR strategies for prominent healthcare/health-tech clients

• Pitch, network and work closely with national and trade media to optimize clients’ exposure

• Attend relevant client meetings to thoroughly understand client issues and goals

• Supervise all campaign-related writing/editing of assignments according to clients' public relations and business goals

• Familiarity with healthcare/health-tech industry and the implications of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act is a plus

• Excellent writing and editing skills with impeccable grammatical skill

• Excellent account management skills

• Manage Client budgets

• Ability to work with and develop media relationships

• A focused, “can do”, multi-tasker able to work in a team environment

• Very strong client relationship skills

• Excellent project management skills coupled with management of the clients’ need

• Ability to motivate, lead and manage account executives and junior support teams

• Organized, well-rounded individual with a professional attitude and understanding of PR

KNB Communications offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Please submit a resume and salary requirements to bbledsoe@knbpr.com. KNB Communications is an equal opportunity employer.

36.) Vice President of Public Affairs, Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, Sacramento, California

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=244500045

37.) Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist, Gulf of Mexico Region, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and Enforcement, New Orleans Metro area, LA

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=98954725

*** From Chanté R. Sedwick

Hi Ned:

I would like to post the following job listing:

Chanté R. Sedwick

Director, Marketing and Product Development

American Physical Therapy Association

Alexandria, VA

38.) Associate Director, Marketing Services, American Physical Therapy Association, Alexandria, VA

American Physical Therapy Association, located in Old Town Alexandria, is seeking an Associate Director, Marketing Services.

• The Associate Director will be responsible for developing and implementing marketing plans and promotional

• campaigns using traditional, non-traditional, and new media tactics tailored to specific programs, products,

• services, and events to achieve targeted goals for participation, attendance and revenue.

• For full job description and to apply:

http://www.apta.org/APTAJobs/AssociateDirectorMarketing/

39.) Media Relations Editor, ACT, Inc., Iowa City, Iowa

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=1691&jb=7926571

40.) Marketing Associate – Loyalty E-mail Programs, United Airlines, Chicago, IL

This position is responsible for the development and delivery of email, direct mail, and web promotions which drive Mileage Plus and Chase revenue and profitability. This position supports the Partner Management team and works collaboratively with other marketing functions within Mileage Plus and United Airlines to deliver targeted, relevant communications to Mileage Plus members.

Responsibilities:

Deliver database-driven email marketing programs which drive UA and Partner revenue and profits:

* Execute email partner marketing campaigns in an efficient and effective manner which generates a positive ROI and enhances member loyalty.

* Project manage assigned email campaigns from beginning to end, ensuring production schedules and approval processes are met. Assist in the development of creative and production support teams to ensure high-quality, on-time delivery within budgets.

* Manage the campaign management and work flow tools. Establish and maintain processes and training for other team members.

* Communicate the status of programs on an on-going basis to stakeholders.

* Manage the Email Service Provider (ESP) and creative agency day-to-day relationships and work flow.

* Collaborate with external partners as well as MP and UA partners (MP Partner Marketing, operations, customer contact centers, UA Ecommerce, UA Marketing), as appropriate, to deliver programs, promotions, and communications

* Execute in-market tests with defined test and control cells to continually learn and improve ROI results. Incorporate learnings into future plans. Leverage partner knowledge and learnings to develop programs. Leverage direct marketing best practices, loyalty industry best practices, and Mileage Plus learnings; and share test results with team members.

* Ensure all member communications are consistent with Mileage Plus brand and communication guidelines as well as UA and MP's overall corporate strategy. Ensure communications meet Partner communication and brand guidelines. Communicate program status and results to key internal and external stakeholders, as appropriate. Secure legal, partner and brand approvals for all email campaigns.

* Coordinate with Mileage Plus Analytics to conduct and deliver standard post-promotion analysis on promotion effectiveness including ROI analysis (on a segment and total audience basis), test vs. control, and results vs. prior programs.

Proactively provide excellent customer service, performance management and marketing support to internal and external clients

* Manage the production process to ensure it is efficient, effective and transparent for all stakeholders.

* Effectively and appropriately communicate results and campaign performance to Marketing team, Partner team and partners on a frequent and consistent basis.

* Maintain Key Performance Metrics for all email campaigns, and coordinate overall marketing performance management and scorecards.

* Effectively collaborate with cross-functional groups and represent the partner marketing team as needed in various working groups.

Education

* Bachelors degree in Marketing or Communication (or equivalent work experience)

Knowledge/Skills

* Direct marketing execution across email, direct mail, and web channels

* Strong analytic & project management skills

* Strong written and verbal communication

* Ability to collaborate cross-functionally

* Experience working with marketing agencies

* Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint or MS Project skills

* Experience with campaign management software

* Experience working with Email Service Providers (ESPs)

Experience

* 4 years direct marketing through direct mail, email, and web channels.

* Airline or travel industry experience

* Partner marketing experience

* Marketing agency experience

* Experience working in large corporate environments

Other

* Regular attendance and punctuality in accordance with United's policies is required

* Attendance is required at work location.

http://www.logisticsjobsite.com/job.asp?id=32646851&aff=473EFCF0-7FB9-409B-833C-73E0BC7E3F8B

41.) Sr. Web Developer, Pinnacle Airlines, Memphis, TN

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?job_did=J8C28F5YM5NSL5QXT4C

42.) Media Relations Specialist, Beth Abraham Family Health Services, Bronx, New York

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&str=1&site_id=1691&jb=7926507

*** From Kris Gallagher, ABC:

43.) Account Coordinator, Reputation Partners, Chicago, Illinois

www.reputationpartners.com

Organization Profile

Our clients include many of the world's leading corporations, as well as mid- and small-size companies. Our work for them includes media relations, executive positioning, employee/labor communications, issues/crisis management, stakeholder engagement and social network strategies.

Job Overview

Corporate communications firm based in downtown Chicago seeks an ambitious public relations professional to join our team.

Job Description

Candidates should be comfortable operating in a fast-paced, non-hierarchal, collaborative environment that recognizes and rewards excellence.

Job Qualifications

The ideal account coordinator candidate will have 1-3 years of public relations experience (PR agency or communications consulting experience is preferred). Of primary importance is a specific interest in corporate PR, as well as experience in business/financial media relations, excellent writing skills and ability to juggle multiple assignments effectively. He/she should also be a team player and independent problem solver, and have superb attention to detail. Candidates should be comfortable operating in a fast-paced, non-hierarchal, collaborative environment that recognizes and rewards excellence.

Compensation & Benefits

We offer challenging work, extensive opportunities for learning and professional growth, as well as excellent work-life balance. Our competitive pay and benefits include health care, 401(K) with company match, merit-based profit sharing and a generous time-off/vacation policy.

How To Apply

Please email resumes in confidence with “Account Coordinator – BSN” in the subject line to jobs@reputationpartners.com. No phone calls please. To find out more about our firm, please visit www.reputationpartners.com.

*** From Bridget Serchak:

44.) Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP), Office of Communications, National Transportation Safety Board, Washington, DC

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=98808050

45.) Communications Director, External, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Wilmington, DE

https://jpmchase.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=100092600

*** From Deborah Kaufman:

Mr. Lundquist, here is a posting for your new JOTW installment.

46.) BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, Revive Public Relations, Nashville, TN or Santa Barbara, CA

THE POSITION:

Revive Public Relations has an immediate opportunity for a Business Development Manager who will be charged with consultative selling and lead generation activities that will result in attracting new client engagements to the agency. The Agency focus is in the health services sector and includes major hospitals and health care systems, academic medical centers, physician organizations, health care industry associations, health care I.T., health & wellness companies, and industry associations. We are seeking a sales executive who has a passion for working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, who seeks to contribute to the growth of the firm through direct sales and business development efforts.

AGENCY: www.revivepr.com.

LOCATION: Nashville, TN or Santa Barbara, CA

YEARS EXPERIENCE: 5 years minimum experience REPORTS TO: Director of Marketing & Business Development

TO APPLY: email resume in strict confidence to Deb Kaufman, at: deborah@healthcare-recruiting.com.

47.) Manager, Corporate Communications, Sirius XM Radio, New York, NY

https://careers-siriusxm.icims.com/jobs/6311/job

48.) INTERACTIVE INTRANET PRODUCER, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

http://www.chop.edu.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=23287

49.) Director of Web Strategy, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

http://www.chop.edu.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=23285

50.) Director, Baldwin House / Director, University Relations/Public Affairs, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL

Directs and schedules the daily operation of the Eleanor R. Baldwin House to ensure that it functions with the highest standard and reflects the integrity of the University. These duties may include but are not limited to: maintenance, contracted repairs, landscaping, and minor building projects.

Approves requests for events at the Eleanor R. Baldwin House in accordance with reservation policy and the President's schedule. Plans, organizes and orchestrates all events hosted in the Eleanor R. Baldwin House and implements all facets of each event, including facility preparation, security, equipment rental, catering, guest lists, parking, and public safety. Ensures all printed materials and communication related to event are approved by University Communications before distribution.

Responsible for maintaining property security and card access software. The incumbent is the Building Safety Supervisor and is responsible for executing all disaster preparations and relief efforts for the building and the President's family.

Ensures the security of and maintains a digital inventory of equipment, furniture and University art collections on the property.

Directs all holiday activities related to the President's office including staff gifts or acknowledgments, University greetings and formal entertaining. Works with the Department of Marketing and Creative Services to plan, design, produce and distribute the President's annual holiday card, as well as coordination with University Advancement in maintaining and updating the database of those receiving said mailing.

Responsible for all arrangements for the Honorary Doctorates and President's Medallion recipients invited to participate in the University's Commencement ceremonies. Responsibilities include: obtaining information for their need for regalia, bio/CV, photo for commencement program, arranging VIP seating, parking for their guests, and, if needed, coordinating travel and hotel arrangements with the sponsoring college.

Responsible for coordinating the game day and other events held in the University President's Stadium Suite including but not limited to: guest lists, producing and mailing of invitations, tickets, program, menu planning, staffing and parking.

Perform other duties as assigned by the President and Chief of Staff.

Position Type: AMP

Eligible Applicants: All (Internal and External)

Index No. (Financial Org):

Indicate % If Multiple Indexes.

Minimum Qualification: Master's degree in an appropriate area of specialization and six years of appropriate experience; or a Bachelor's degree in an appropriate area of specialization and eight years of appropriate experience required.

Other required qualifications include:

Experience in catering, event planning, community public/private interaction and donor cultivation.

High level of awareness, maturity, poise, professionalism and dependability.

Well-developed oral and written communication skills.

High standards of courtesy and etiquette with executive level functions.

Excellent organizational and time management skills, with particular attention to detail, ability to multi-task and prioritize.

Ability to maintain confidentiality on a wide range of issues.

Previous experience with office budget and approval of expenditures.

Valid driver's license.

Flexibility in work hours is required, including some evenings, weekends and on call as needed.

Preferred qualifications include:

Experience in Higher Education, or non-profit institution.

Advanced proficiency of office computer systems, including word processing and data base management.

College/Department: OFC. OF THE PRESIDENT

Campus: Boca Raton

Special Instructions to the Applicant: To be considered for this position, all applicants must apply via the FAU job opportunity website, https://jobs.fau.edu. Application documentation received via any other avenue will not be considered.

51.) Sr Mgr, Communications, Baxter International Inc., Deerfield, Illinois

http://www.careertopjobs.com/clinical-research-job.aspx?job=348247

52.) Individuals requiring accommodation, please call 561-297-3058.

https://jobs.fau.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails.jsp?time=1304070264274

53.) Communications Coordinator, D.C. United, Washington, DC

http://www.latpro.com/jobs/1943355.html

54.) Sr Manager Medical Communication, Elan Corporation, South San Francisco, California

http://www.careertopjobs.com/clinical-research-job.aspx?job=348789

55.) Communications Associate, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC

http://www.brookings.edu/about/employment/GBL11038.aspx

56.) Community Relations – Des Moines, American Cancer Society, Des Moines, Iowa

http://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_acs/external/jobDetails.do?functionName=getJobDetail&jobPostId=21589

57.) HQ IMMUNOLOGY COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Lawrenceville, Georgia

http://www.careertopjobs.com/clinical-research-job.aspx?job=347085

58.) VP- Director, Investor Relations, Insituform Technologies, Inc., Chesterfield, MO

https://jobs-insituform.icims.com/jobs/2857/job

*** JOTW Weekly Alternative Opportunities…because there will come a time when you need a complete change of venue and circumstances:

*** From Mark Sofman:

An acquaintance of mine, Carl Spackler, asked me to forward these to JOTW:

59.) Golf Caddie, Caddie Crew, Sacramento, CA

http://bit.ly/kOpS6f

60.) Golf Service Representative, Cache Creek Casino Resort, Brooks, CA

http://bit.ly/ik48LO

61.) Golf Tournament Coordinator, JC Resorts, Rancho Bernardo, CA

http://bit.ly/lu5bCk

62.) TaylorMade Golf Brand Ambassador, TaylorMade-adidas Golf Company, Minnesota

http://bit.ly/jt8gcn

64.) Cart Range Bag Attendant, El Dorado Park Golf Course, Long Beach, CA

http://bit.ly/mnuv5O

64.) Golf Course Starter/Marshall, Indian Hills, Country Club, Marietta, GA

http://bit.ly/kEMdmn

And these, I dug up on my own:

65.) Summer Gardener, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR

http://bit.ly/myiqVL

66.) Dishwasher, Nick's Cove and Cottages, Marshall, CA

http://bit.ly/lA2XbC

67.) Seasonal Community Standards Officer–Weeds, City of Lenexa, Lenexa, KS

http://cb.com/kJ08Z9

68.) Trimmer/Polisher, Outdoors Construction Site, Tampa, FL

http://bit.ly/jEXDot

Scenery pics on the web site are nearly enough to make me click on “Apply Now”

69.) Public Area Attendant, Terranea Resort, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

http://bit.ly/fvn91Y

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*** Weekly Piracy Report:

16.04.2011: Posn: 11:54N – 54:05E, around 25 nm south of Socotra Island, Yemen. (Off Somalia).

Pirates hijacked a fishing vessel underway along with her six crew members. Later, the pirates released three crew members and sent them to Yemen along with another Yemeni fishing vessel. The remaining crew continue to be held captive with their vessel.

19.04.2011: 0435 UTC: Posn: 03:47S – 055:41E, around 1nm off Denis island, Seychelles(Off Somalia).

Seven pirates armed with AK47 and RPG boarded a fishing vessel doing fishing activities. Crew immediately sent a distress alert which was received by the Seychelles coast guard. The pirates took hostage four crewmembers and threatened to kill them if they refuse their orders to steer the vessel towards Somalia. On 20.04.2011 the coast guard launched an operation which resulted in the rescue of the four fishermen and the capture of the seven pirates. During the operation one crew was slightly injured. Three pirates were injured of which one died.

23.04.2011: 0300 LT: Cochin anchorage, India.

2/O an anchored tanker observed some movements on the forecastle deck and asked the duty A/B to check. The duty A/B noticed three robbers and reported to 2/O who raised the alarm. Upon seeing the alert crew, the robbers escaped in their boat with the stolen stores.

25.04.2011: 0410 LT: Posn: 03:08N – 105:16E, around 20nm west of Anambas islands, South China Sea.

Seven pirates armed with knives from a wooden boat boarded a bulk carrier underway. They entered Master’s and 2/O cabins and stole cash and personal belongings and took them to the stern before escaping.

25.04.20111: 0055 UTC: Posn: 02:57N – 105:17E, around 25nm west of Anambas Islands, South China Sea.

Seven pirates armed with knives boarded a general cargo vessel underway. They entered the bridge and took hostage OOW and duty AB and went to 3/O cabin. They forced him to take them to captain’s cabin where they stole ship’s cash and property and personal effects. Later the pirates ordered the captain to take them to poop deck from where they escaped.

24.04.2011: 06.00 UTC: Posn: 12:13N – 060:24E, around 345nm east of Socotra island (Off Somalia).

Armed pirates in a skiff chased a container ship underway. A mother ship was noticed in the vicinity. Master increased speed manoeuvred away from mother vessel and skiff and enforced anti-piracy measures and managed to out run the skiff. Armed security team were onboard. No shots fired.

24.04.2011: 0300 UTC: Posn: 04:09.8S – 047:43.0E, around 395nm ESE of Mogadishu, Somalia.

Pirates in two skiffs armed with guns chased a chemical tanker underway. Master raised alarm and all crew mustered in the citadel except three duty crew at bridge. The security team onboard fired warning shots when the skiffs close in about 0.5nm. The pirates fired back at the tanker and aborted the attempted attack.

24.04.2011: 1800 UTC: Posn: 06:57S – 045:40E, around 360nm east of Zanzibar, Tanzania (Off Somalia).

Seven pirates in skiffs chased and fired upon a chemical tanker underway. The pirates came alongside the vessel and tried to attach their boarding ladder but failed due to evasive manoeuvres. The attack lasted 3hrs 20mins before the pirated aborted. Crew safe, vessel sustained some damage due to the firing.

23.04.2011: 1200 UTC: Posn: 02:51S – 048:40E, around 355nm SE of Mogadishu, Somalia.

Duty crew onboard a vehicle carrier ship underway noticed a mother vessel at a distance of 7nm from the ship. Master raised alarm and ordered all crew to muster in the citadel except the duty crew. Two fast moving boats were sighted at 1.2nm heading towards the ship. Four armed security team took their position at aft and the C/O maintained the bridge communication. As the fastest boat, doing 25 knots, closed to 300 metres three armed pirates were seen. On the orders of the Master the armed security team onboard fired warning shots when the boat closed to around 200 metres. The pirates aborted the attempted attack and moved to their mother vessel. The ship continued her passage.

22.04.2011: 2250 UTC: Posn: 15:11.03N – 051:36.36E, Gulf of Aden.

Pirates in a skiff armed with guns approached a tanker underway. At a distance of around 5-10 metres they opened fired upon the tanker. Onboard security team retaliated and the pirates aborted the attack after five minutes of exchanging fire. No injuries to crew and the tanker continued her voyage. Authorities informed.

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