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JOTW 21-2011

23 May 2011

www.nedsjotw.com

This is newsletter number 878

“Write what you like; there is no other rule.”

– O. Henry

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In this issue:

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

1.) Director, Membership Marketing, U.S. Naval Institute, Annapolis, MD

2.) PR DIRECTOR, CLEANTECH COMMUNICATIONS, San Francisco, CA

3.) Senior Public Relations Coordinator, Disney On Ice & Stage, Feld Entertainment, Inc., Vienna, VA

4.) Public Relations Coordinator, Disney On Ice & Stage, Feld Entertainment, Inc., Vienna, VA

5.) Marketing Director, Global Strategic Marketing, Ethicon Inc., Somerville, NJ

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

7.) Instructor/Assistant Professor in mass communication, Georgia College & State University, Milledgeville, GA

8.) Assistant Creative Director, Cahoots Communications Inc., Greenwood Village, Colo.

9.) Communications and Logistics Officer, The Centre for Communication and Social Change, Brisbane, Australia

10.) Associate Director, Marketing, The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Alexandria, VA

11.) Communications Specialist, Flatiron Construction Corp., Longmont, CO

12.) Brand Director, Public Relations, POZEN Inc., Chapel Hill, North Carolina

13.) Director of Communications, Advocates for Children of New York, Inc., New York, New York

14.) Copywriter – Web/Social Media/Corporate, KrugerPark.com, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

15.) Regional PR Manager, Gensler, Houston, TX

16.) MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, LP Building Products, Nashville, TN US

17.) Manager, Internal Communications / Chef, Communications internes, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

18.) Communications Chief, Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.

19.) Applied Research Associate, University Research Co., LLC (URC), Rockville, MD

20.) Health Communications Associate, University Research Co., LLC (URC), Rockville, MD

21.) PR/marketing and SEO interns, YourTango, NY, NY

22.) Senior Copywriter, CSN Stores, Boston, MA

23.) Creative Director, CSN Stores, Boston, MA

24.) Manager Marketing and Communications EMEA FedEx Trade Networks EMEA, Amsterdam Area, Netherlands

25.) Communications Specialist, MillerCoors, Albany, GA

26.) Direct Mail Director, Fund for the Public Interest, Denver, CO

27.) Partnership Program Director, Fund for the Public Interest, Washington, DC

28.) Traffic Manager, Vladimir Jones, Colorado Springs, Colorado

29.) Public Relations Manager, Gallup, Washington D.C. Metro Area

30.) Media Relations Liaison, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

31.) Senior Communications Officer, Family Health International, Durham, NC

32.) Administrative Assistant, Public Affairs, Biogen Idec, Weston, MA

33.) Product Manager, Gladson, Lisle, IL

34.) Director of Marketing, Heartland Advisors, Inc., Milwaukee, WI 35.) Manager Corporate Communications – PlayStation Network Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC, San Francisco, CA

36.) Social Media Manager, American Golf Corporation, Santa Monica, CA

37.) Radio Air Personality (part time), WRMR-FM, Coastal Carolina's Modern Rock 98.7, Wilmington, NC

38.) Communications Director, SMARTER Balanced Assessment Consortium, WA

39.) TV Editor, 3D Production Editor, USA TV Inc., New York, New York

40.) Director of Strategic Communication, Villanova University, Villanova, PA

41.) Marketing Communication Executive Singapore, Eaton, Singapore

42.) Account Manager, Potratz Partners Advertising Inc., Schenectady, NY

43.) Public Affairs Intern, Waggener Edstrom, Washington, DC

44.) Social Media, Website, E-Communications Specialist, Bible League International, Crete, IL

45.) Account Group Supervisor, Public Affairs (Energy), GolinHarris, Arlington, VA

46.) Editor, Campus Progress.org, Washington, DC

47.) Manager Corporate Communications, Jo-Ann Stores, Inc., Hudson, OH

48.) Communications Specialist – Digital Content, Fiserv, Norcross, GA

49.) Sr. Director of Media Operations, 33Across, New York, NY

50.) Communications Consultant, DST Output, El Dorado Hills, CA

51.) Director, Web Strategy, Kohler Company, Kohler, Wisconsin

52.) Publicist, Free Press, Simon & Schuster, New York, NY

53.) Assistant, Publicity, Random House, Inc., NEW YORK, NY

54.) Social Media Manager, Moscow Ballet, Pittsfield, MA

55.) Communications Director, Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC), Washington, DC

56.) Donor Database Administrator, Center for Community Change, Washington, DC

57.) Manager, Global Corporate Communications, Century Aluminum Company, Monterey, CA

58.) SUMMER 2011 SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN, TTG+Partners, Washington, DC

59.) Armorer, Triple Canopy, Iraq

60.) Gunsmith, Bass Pro Shops, Denver, CO

61.) Archery Sales and Service, Mike's Archery Center, St. Cloud, MN

62.) Raptor observers, banders, & interpreters, Hawk Watch International

63.) Special Effects Makeup Artist, Stunt Man, ANOC Productions (“Blood Angel”), Riverside County, CA

64.) Sr. Modelmaker, Smith & Nephew, Mansfield, MA

65.) Art Model, University of Alaska, Palmer, AK

66.) Barrel Cellar Worker II, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, Paterson, WA

67.) Distillery Tour Guide, Nesco, Lawrenceburg, KY

68.) Spiritsmaker, E&J Gallo Winer, Modesto, CA

69.) Seasonal Bourbon Host, Heaven Hill Distilleries, Bardstown, KY

70.) Bicycle Mechanic, Trek Bicycle, Madison, WI

71.) Lead Bicycle Mechanic, McLain Cycle & Fitness, Traverse City, MI

72.) Segway Tour Guide, Segway, Miami, FL

73.) Pine Creek Gorge Wagon Guide, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Wellsboro, PA

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*** Ned’s upcoming travel:

May 24, SeaPerch National Challenge, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA

May 25-26, Information and Communication Technology for Humanitarian

Assistance/Disaster Relief Workshop, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, CO

June 5-6 Kawaihae Harbor, Island of Hawaii

June 6-9 Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

June 9-14, IABC World Conference, San Diego, CA

July 1-7 Space Camp Turkey, Izmir, Turkey

July 8-10, SAUC-E, NATO URC, La Spezia, Italy

*** Check out latest Marine Technology Reporter. Page 44

Double Eagle – Operating with or without a tether

By Edward Lundquist

http://www.digitalwavepublishing.com/pubs/NWM/marinetechnologyreporter/201105/

*** The May issue of Your Very Next Step is posted at www.yourverynextstep.com. Here’s what you’ll find in this issue:

*** Frequent-Flyer Tips for Battling Jet Lag

*** Samoa to Go Back to the Future, Shift Date Line

*** Automatic for the People

*** National Trails Day – SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 2011

*** Hike Weekend Experience – Tiadaghton State Forest

*** Free Wi-Fi Lands at D.C. Airports

*** The best National Park lodges:

*** Glasses-free 3D TVs may be coming to airlines

*** Airline turns to kung fu to thwart unruly fliers

*** Delta Enables Customers to Track Checked Bags

*** The Real Cost of Airline Travel Remains a Mystery, for Now

*** Holidays You Might Not Know About

*** The 57th Edition of the Puccini Opera Festival, Torre del Lago, Lucca, Italy – July and August 2011

*** Best and cheapest train trips

*** How to Cross Streams and Rivers

*** Trail volunteer opportunities:

*** Volunteer Naturalist, Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District, Monterey, CA

*** Volunteer Opportunity, Dakota Prairie National Grasslands, North Country National Scenic Trail, North Dakota

*** National Rail-Trail of the month: Iowa's Wabash Trace Nature Trail

*** Travel/Adventure/Outdoors/Conservation employment opportunities

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*** Change is good:

Hi Ned: Would you kindly change my email address in your records?

I would not want to miss the JOTW mailings. I am on the job search! Plus, I SO enjoy the levity of the funnyjobs you include, like Zoo keeper needed in Nepal. 🙂

Ciao & Best Wishes, Ellen

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*** What’s so special about 75 sessions on business communication in 7 educational tracks?

It's the most credible content you can get from any conference on business communications this year.

• Solidify your expertise in a given specialty

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• Investigate what’s happening around the world

• Apply strategies from award winning case studies to what you do every day

• Connect with a remarkable international community of professionals — who are open and interested in connecting with you

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

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 Bernie Wagenblast’s TCN Newsletter:

Honolulu City Council Considers Gadget Bill

Proposal would ban using or holding mobile devices while crossing the street.

Link to article in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser:

http://www.staradvertiser.com/news/hawaiinews/20110512__Gadget_ban_clears_Council.html

*** How to:

Hi

How do I get on to your mailing list to recieve job listing?

GL

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*** From Rob Hallam:

Another CEO joins the Twitter ranks

Hello Exchangers (or, the Communicators Formerly Known as CCM). Our CEO Matt Rubel has begun tweeting at @mr2matt. And yes, he’s writing all his own material w/no review. After a brief discussion we’re going light on policy (learned that from Terry McKenzie when she was at Sun Microsystems) and only setting up a back-end process to handle the referrals. Check him out and you can see how we do .

Rob

Rob Hallam

Vice President, Communication & Social Responsibility

Collective Brands

*** Let’s get to the jobs:

*** A JOTW “Can’t Wait” opportunity from Scott Gureck at the Naval Institute:

1.) Director, Membership Marketing, U.S. Naval Institute, Annapolis, MD

Summary:

The Director, Membership Marketing is responsible for providing strategic leadership, coordination and execution of all member retention and growth activities.

Essential Duties:

– Conduct ongoing strategic planning and marketing campaigns in support of membership growth and retention;

– Develop and implement strategies and tactics to retain current USNI members and increase member knowledge of, and participation in, Institute-hosted conferences and special events, the purchase of Naval Institue Press products, and donations to the Naval Institute Foundation;

– Manage a member and prospect database, including processes to ensure clean and accurate data and report generation for marketing and communications efforts;

– Continually seek opportunities for value-add to the membership benefits portfolio;

– Write, edit and manage marketing copy for emails, newsletters, letters, brochures, etc.

– Work with in-house designers to produce marketing materials;

– Build and execute the membership marketing business plan and budget;

– Maximize the value of our membership marketing relationship with Marketing General Incorporated (MGI);

– Maximize the value of our master affinity agreement with USAA;

– Develop and conduct membership demographic and satisfaction surveys;

– Develop and execute an annual membership ballot conducted via paper and secure online voting;

– Coordinate and communicate membership marketing efforts with all product groups and with Customer/Member services.

General Responsibilities:

– Produce a comprehensive membership report at the end of the year;

– Promote, attend and staff all major conferences and special events as a USNI membership representative;

– Effectively conceptualize, communicate and sell the benefits (tell the story/explain the ROI) of USNI membership;

– Develop relationships with similar organizations to explore cross-marketing opportunities;

– Generate and use market research to develop strategies for growing membership base and increasing retention/renewal;

– Work with other departments to ensure that USNI products and initiatives deliver value to the membership;

– Serve as an internal and external resource on membership issues/questions;

– Stay abreast of industry best practices on membership and marketing and recommend potential new membership services based on research;

– Recommend and conceptualize potential new programs and services with the senior leadership team; and,

– All other duties and/or special projects as assigned by the Executive Director, Communications and Marketing.

Supervisory Responsibilities: N/A

Education: Bachelor’s degree or higher required in Marketing, Communications or related area. MBA a plus.

Skill Sets & Experience Requirements:

– Strong experience in a membership driven organization and/or subscription driven business;

– Strong experience developing and executing marketing campaigns;

– Strong experience with database management, including a fundamental understanding and experience in IT requirements for database marketing support;

– Strong oral, written, listening and presentation skills and able to tell the Institute’s “story”;

– Proven promotional copy writing skills;

– Proven experience managing newsletter lists and actually running the software to launch and track the broadcasts;

– High energy and creative initiative;

– Enjoys people and personal interaction and is skilled at developing, nurturing and maintaining relationships;

– Ability to handle multiple tasks and meet critical deadlines;

– Ability to diplomatically work across organizational boundaries to accomplish the Institute’s objectives;

– Open to new ideas with a strong desire to continuously improve;

– Military experience desirable;

– A self-starter able to function independently day-to-day; and,

– Good corporate citizen.

Physical Demands: Travel less than four (4) weeks per year.

About the U.S. Naval Institute: The U. S. Naval Institute, founded in 1873, is the only non-profit, professional military association offering an independent, nonpartisan forum on sea power and national security issues. Its publications, conferences and heritage resources help military and civilians understand the role each plays in safeguarding national security – and our obligation to the men and women of the all-volunteer force who provide it.

Reporting Senior: Executive Director, Communications and Marketing.

Salary will be commensurate with experience. Interested parties should submit resumes and salary requirements to Ms. Ruth Ann Raup, SPHR, Director Human Resources, rraup@usni.org, 291 Wood Road, Annapolis MD 21402, Phone 410.295.1062, Fax 410.295.1091.

*** From Allyne Mills:

2.) PR DIRECTOR, CLEANTECH COMMUNICATIONS, San Francisco, CA

If you are a passionate evangelist for a better environment and want to work with public relations professionals with deep expertise in clean technology, Antenna Group wants to meet you. We seek a Director-level candidate with 7-9 years of public relations experience who is a confident communicator, high impact team manager and is enthusiastic about growing with a growing company. You will demonstrate smart leadership and creativity in accomplishing client goals, and the ability to mentor and manage PR teams for success, productivity and accountability.

Antenna is a leading public relations firm representing clean technology innovators. Our clients are delivering solutions in all aspects of clean technology, including renewable energy, energy-efficiency, transportation, finance, environmental remediation, food/water protection and green lifestyle services.

The ideal candidate has:

+ 7+ years of PR experience, at least 2 in energy or renewables; 3 yrs. agency-side

+ Entrepreneurial drive matching that of our outstanding, highly driven clients

+ Existing media and analyst relationships in global, national, regional markets

+ Track record of creating and maintaining effective and harmonious teams

+ Commitment to a career in technology public relations

Based in San Francisco’s Embarcadero-SOMA area, Antenna offers highly competitive salaries, three weeks total vacation plus 9 holidays, excellent medical/ dental benefits, 401k matching and continuing PR education.

To apply, please email your cover letter and your resumé to Grace Woodruff-Diaz at careers@antennagroup.com.

Check us out at www.antennagroup.com. Thanks for your interest in Antenna Group!

*** From Stephen Payne:

Ned – Below are two new positions we have open here at Feld Entertainment. Thanks for posting these and our other opening on JOTW.

Thanks,

Steve

Stephen Payne

Vice President, Corporate Communications

Feld Entertainment, Inc.

Vienna, VA

3.) Senior Public Relations Coordinator, Disney On Ice & Stage, Feld Entertainment, Inc., Vienna, VA

Description: Assist in the day-to-day operations of the global Disney On Ice/Disney Live! Public Relations team.

Duties:

1. Assist in coordinating the overall Public Relations efforts for touring shows.

2. Lead the development, maintenance and innovation of electronic publicity materials.

3. Develop written materials in support of all Disney On Ice/Disney Live! shows.

4. Coordinate publicity requests from the media for creative team interviews.

5. Plan and coordinate media training sessions for Disney On Ice/Disney Live! performers and staff.

6. Serve as corporate liaison to touring units of Disney On Ice and/or Disney Live!.

7. Support Corporate Communications team in execution of special PR projects.

8. Manage specific facets of show launches for Disney On Ice and Disney Live!.

9. Facilitate the implementation of large-scale events in major markets to support touring shows.

Requirements:

1. College degree required

2. 2-4 years of public relations experience

3. Strong written and oral communication skills

4. Extremely strong interpersonal skills. Must be highly organized, team oriented and highly flexible and resourceful.

5. Ability to interface with multiple levels within and outside Feld Entertainment

6. Ability to manage heavy workload and multiple projects simultaneously

7. Ability to adapt within a changing organization

8. Experience with new media and web-based PR tools a plus

9. Willingness to travel (approximately 25% of the time)

Reports to: Senior Public Relations Manager, Ice & Stage

Please submit resume and salary requirements to hrjobs@feldinc.com . Inquiries without salary requirements will not be considered.

4.) Public Relations Coordinator, Disney On Ice & Stage, Feld Entertainment, Inc., Vienna, VA

Description: Assist in the day-to-day operations of the global Disney On Ice/Disney Live! Public Relations team.

Duties:

1. Assist in coordinating the overall Public Relations efforts for touring shows.

2. Assist with the development and maintenance of electronic publicity materials.

3. Develop written materials in support of all Disney On Ice/Disney Live! shows.

4. Coordinate publicity requests from the media for creative team interviews.

5. Plan and coordinate media training sessions for Disney On Ice/Disney Live! performers and staff.

6. Serve as corporate liaison to touring units of Disney On Ice and/or Disney Live!.

7. Support Corporate Communications team in execution of special PR projects.

8. Assist as needed with all facets of show launches for Disney On Ice and Disney Live!.

Requirements:

1. College degree required

2. Experience in public relations through coursework and internships

3. Strong written and oral communication skills

4. Extremely strong interpersonal skills. Must be highly organized, team oriented and highly flexible and resourceful.

5. Ability to interface with multiple levels within and outside Feld Entertainment

6. Ability to manage heavy workload and multiple projects simultaneously

7. Ability to adapt within a changing organization

8. Experience with online media and web-based PR tools a plus

9. Willingness to travel (approximately 25% of the time)

Reports to: Senior Public Relations Manager, Ice & Stage

Please submit resume and salary requirements to hrjobs@feldinc.com . Inquiries without salary requirements will not be considered.

5.) Marketing Director, Global Strategic Marketing, Ethicon Inc., Somerville, NJ

http://www.hirediversity.com/jobseekers/jobs/view.asp?ID=2992339

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

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=1691&jb=7892478

*** FromTerri L. Johnson, ABC:

Ned,

Here's something for the JOTW.

Terri

7.) Instructor/Assistant Professor in mass communication, Georgia College & State University, Milledgeville, GA

Georgia College & State University is seeking applicants for a one year Instructor/Assistant Professor in mass communication. This ten-month appointment begins August 1, 2011.

A search for a tenure track assistant professor for this position will be conducted in Fall 2011.

The temporary hire will be eligible for application.

Primary teaching responsibilities will include teaching advertising courses. Ability to teach design, research and/or public relations courses is a plus.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will experience in advertising industry. A master’s degree in mass communication or related field is required. Ph.D. is preferred.

Review of applications begins May 16, 2011 and will continue until the position is filled.

Applicants are required to submit a cover letter, vita, contact information for three references, and evidence of teaching effectiveness.

Apply online at https://www.gcsujobs.com/.

The Department of Mass Communication at Georgia College includes advertising, print, public relations, and broadcast and electronic media. The department has over 300 majors and oversees an award-winning PRSSA chapter, an award-winning student newspaper, a student operated radio station, and a weekly cable news program.

Georgia College is known for combining the educational experiences typical of esteemed private liberal arts colleges with the affordability of public universities. The university’s main campus is a residential learning community that emphasizes undergraduate education and offers a select number of graduate programs. Georgia College faculty and staff are dedicated to engaging students in the learning process through high impact pedagogies and fostering excellence in the classroom and beyond. Georgia College seeks to endow its graduates with a passion for achievement, intellectual curiosity, and an exuberance for learning and critical thinking. Our values include an emphasis on acting from a foundation of respect for self and others, fostering responsible leaders and global citizens, and cultivating relationships that enhance collaborative approaches to solving problems. Hiring preference will be given to faculty and administrators who demonstrate an understanding of Georgia College’s mission and who are enthusiastic about working closely with high-achieving students within an academic community dedicated to the advancement of knowledge through learning and scholarship.

Georgia College is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative-Action Institution committed to cultural, racial, and multi-ethnic communities in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. It is expected that successful candidates share in this commitment. Persons who need reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act to participate in the application process should contact the office of Human Resources at 478-445-5596.

Georgia is an Open Records state. The finalist will be required to submit to a background investigation.

8.) Assistant Creative Director, Cahoots Communications Inc., Greenwood Village, Colo.

http://andrewhudsonsjobslist.com/index.cfm?PID=805&ID=7705,27133,0&S=ijpolioruwr#cahoots

9.) Communications and Logistics Officer, The Centre for Communication and Social Change, Brisbane, Australia

Deadline: May 23 2011

http://www.comminit.com/en/node/332188/ads

*** From Edie Clark:

10.) Associate Director, Marketing, The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Alexandria, VA

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

11.) Communications Specialist, Flatiron Construction Corp., Longmont, CO

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/networks/vertical/job.cfm?site_id=65&job=7959891&n=54

12.) Brand Director, Public Relations, POZEN Inc., Chapel Hill, North Carolina

http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Brand-Director,-Public-Relations/107362.html

13.) Director of Communications, Advocates for Children of New York, Inc., New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=339600023

14.) Copywriter – Web/Social Media/Corporate, KrugerPark.com, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

KrugerPark.com is a Tour Operator specializing in travel and tours to the South African National Parks. Our website, facebook page, twitter and popular blog require fresh, up to date information on conservation news, common interest topics, relationship building and general TLC to keep our clients, fans and followers interested and coming back.

This position is based on a standard work week, and the salary is competitive and negotiable based on experience.

If you are interested, please send:

-your CV

-cover letter

-one example, no more than 300 words, of your writing for a blog style common interest article on the following topic: Kruger Park Bans Alcohol in Public Areas (some research may be required).

to sarah@krugerpark.com

Only successful applicants will be contacted.

Company Description

Krugerpark.com manages the booking of luxury accommodation, world class safari tours, and camping facilities for the complete range of South African National Parks as well as luxury accommodation in the Greater Kruger Park.

Requirements

Must have a Bachelors Degree or higher with a Major in English Language or English Literature.

Must be a South Africa citizen

Advantageous

You need to:

have a flair for social media

have an interest in nature, wildlife and the National Parks

have traveled to one or more of the National Parks

be able to write copy for our brochures, copy for our website as well as keep our fans on twitter and facebook up to date with goings on.

be responsible for a monthly corporate newsletter

Personal Skills/Attributes

Must be able to work unsupervised and with little direction. An ability to prioritise and schedule one’s own workload is essential.

This position allows large scope for creativity, but it must be contained within the structure of our business.

Contact details

Sarah Proudfoot

Accommodation Direct

sarah@capetown-direct.com

http://www.bizcommunity.com/Job/196/15/136708.html

15.) Regional PR Manager, Gensler, Houston, TX

http://www.constructionjobforce.com/jobs/regional-pr-manager-houston-tx-32472984-job.html

16.) MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, LP Building Products, Nashville, TN US

http://www.constructionjobforce.com/jobs/marketing-communications-manager-nashville-tn-32601768-job.html

17.) Manager, Internal Communications / Chef, Communications internes, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=65&jb=8001871

*** From Bridget Serchak:

18.) Communications Chief, Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.

http://www.house.gov/content/jobs/vacancyDetails.php?PositionID=2085

19.) Applied Research Associate, University Research Co., LLC (URC), Rockville, MD

The Applied Research Associate is instrumental in the planning and implementation of health communication products and activities for a national underage drinking prevention, education and awareness campaign on behalf of a major federal client. This individual will have the authority to act on behalf of the Deputy Director (URC's Project Lead) in her absence. The Applied Research Associate is responsible for applying a variety of health communication principles to implement project tasks and assignments, to include:

* Assessing target populations

* Analyzing data and information

* Developing print and web content for research-driven activities

Minimum Qualifications:

* Minimum of a Masters degree in public health (MPH, MHS) or related field, with emphasis on health communication, behavioral health and social marketing.

* In addition to master’s degree, 2 to 5 years of experience in a corporate or office environment applying research and evidence-based science to public health, social marketing, or health communication campaigns. Experience working in a government contracting environment is preferred.

* Strong knowledge of and ability to apply health communication principles and social marketing concepts.

* Advanced computer skills in MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).

* Strong proficiency in statistical software (SPSS and/or SAS) and conducting internet research.

* Ability to monitor and track budgets and stay abreast of project expenses and hours.

* Prior supervisory/team lead experience helpful.

* Track record of excellent writing, public speaking, leadership, and teaching abilities, with ability to act independently and exercise good professional judgment.

* Ability to work well on a team, with diverse populations, and forge positive relationships with constituencies at the federal, state, and community levels.

* Ability to work long term in the U.S. without visa sponsorship.

For a more detailed description and to apply: https://home.eease.com/recruit/?id=557375

No phone calls, please. Candidates selected as finalists will be contacted. Thanks for your interest.

Please note: Relocation assistance cannot be provided.

20.) Health Communications Associate, University Research Co., LLC (URC), Rockville, MD

The Health Communications Associate is responsible for applying a variety of health communication principles to advance the project’s goals, including the design, development and pretesting of print and web-based messages, reports and materials; creation and implementation of content development plans; editing and proofreading of Web and print-based material, and tracking and contribution to relevant news on prevention of underage drinking.

Minimum Qualifications:

* Master’s degree in public health or related field, with emphasis on health communication or social marketing plus 1 to 3 years of work experience in substance abuse prevention, intervention and treatment programs required.

* Current or recent experience designing, developing and implementing health communications and applying social marketing concepts.

* Advanced MS Office skills (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) required

* Proficiency with statistical software (SPSS and/or SAS) desired.

* Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills required.

* Ability to forge relationships at the federal, state and local community levels.

* Must be able to work long term in the U.S. without visa sponsorship.

For a more detailed description and to apply: https://home.eease.com/recruit/?id=571333

No phone calls, please. Candidates selected as finalists will be contacted. Thanks for your interest.

Please note: Relocation assistance cannot be provided.

Editorial Intern, U.S.News & World Report, Washington, D.C.

The Education section at U.S.News & World Report is seeking a college graduate with a diverse background in writing and Web production for a one-year internship starting June 1, 2011. The duties of this full-time (37.5 hours a week), hourly paid position will include:

• Researching and writing stories for Education section of usnews.com

• Assisting writers and editors with research for Web stories

• Assisting with the production of Web packages that include stories, charts, photo galleries, and other elements

• Writing and editing headlines and other text for Education section

• Helping to develop social media efforts for the section

• Assisting with tracking traffic, keywords, and other online trends on major portals and other sites

• Other duties as assigned

Requirements:

• A firm grasp of current events and strong news judgment

• Strong research and writing skills and the ability to produce consumer-friendly content

• The ability to work on deadlines in a journalistic environment and manage several tasks and projects simultaneously

• Strong communication and organizational skills

• A demonstrated understanding of social media and ability to effectively promote U.S. News content on social media networks

• Working knowledge of and interest in U.S. News's Education rankings projects

• Working knowledge of HTML and Web production; familiarity with content management systems is a plus

• Knowledge of SEO best practices and online analytics reporting via Google Analytics or Omniture is a plus

• Knowledge of image-editing software, such as Adobe Photoshop, is a plus

Applicants must provide 2-3 references and 3 writing clips in addition to résumé and cover letter. Please send all materials to edujobs@usnews.com and include “Education intern” in the subject line.

21.) PR/marketing and SEO interns, YourTango, NY, NY

http://www.yourtango.com/201176443/yourtango-hiring-summer-editorial-and-pr-interns

22.) Senior Copywriter, CSN Stores, Boston, MA

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA4/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CSNSTORES&cws=1&rid=133

23.) Creative Director, CSN Stores, Boston, MA

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA4/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CSNSTORES&cws=1&rid=120

24.) Manager Marketing and Communications EMEA FedEx Trade Networks EMEA, Amsterdam Area, Netherlands

http://www.linkedin.com/jobs?viewJob=&jobId=1630316

25.) Communications Specialist, MillerCoors, Albany, GA

https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=471986

*** From Shelley Vinyard:

26.) Direct Mail Director, Fund for the Public Interest, Denver, CO

Description: Fund for the Public Interest (The Fund) is a national nonprofit organization working to raise money and increase visibility, membership and political power for the nation’s leading environmental and progressive groups.

We are looking for an experienced, innovative and ambitious candidate to oversee the Fund’s Direct Mail Fundraising Department, which raises $1.5 million to $2 million annually for 60+ Public Interest Network groups, including USPIRG, Environment America, Toxics Action Center and Green Corps.

The Direct Mail Director will have a few major priorities guiding his or her work in the near future:

• Coming up with new strategies for direct mail’s role in a changing fundraising landscape, such as integration with online and email fundraising and recruitment of monthly givers.

• Improving the fundraising model, including letter content and mailing strategy. A significant part of this is working with our partner groups to best package their programs and organizational identity.

• Expanding the use of direct mail for acquiring new members and building lists for our partner groups.

The Direct Mail Director’s responsibilities are to:

• Develop fundraising messages and campaigns: consult with group directors and our creative team to choose the most effective messages and stories for each organization’s special appeal letters and membership renewals.

• Create and edit direct mail packages: write, edit and design direct mail fundraising packages. Steer and edit all copy going out to supporters.

• Track performance: analyze fundraising results and report regularly to partner groups and senior staff. Manage a large database of all mailings and results.

• Identify new strategies for expanding our membership and deepening support.

• Work closely with group directors, our Membership Services staff and outside consultants on mailing content and strategies. Work alongside the leadership of other Fund citizen outreach departments (Canvass and Telephone Outreach Project) to coordinate fundraising efforts.

• Manage staff: oversee the day-to-day management of an administrator and part-time, hourly staff.

• Oversee all administrative functions of the department: supervise large materials orders with multiple vendors, follow a complex fundraising schedule for several groups, keep mailings arriving on time, manage the departmental budget to ensure we are spending wisely to maximize fundraising net and reduce costs, pay the department’s bills.

The Direct Mail Director reports to the Director of Citizen Outreach for the Fund for the Public Interest.

Job Qualifications:

• Demonstrated commitment to environmental protection and social change.

• 4-8 years of relevant professional experience, and a proven track record of running a department or large project.. Overall relevant experience includes (but is not limited to) working in political, policy, marketing, journalism or government settings.

• Exemplary writing and editing skills

• Strong attention to detail and organization, ability to meet deadlines.

• High level of comfort with quantitative assessments, numbers and spreadsheets.

Location: Denver, CO

Application:

E-mail your cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Jeff Sprague at careers@publicinterestnetwork.org. We’ll carefully consider your application and if we think you're a good fit, we'll be in touch.

27.) Partnership Program Director, Fund for the Public Interest, Washington, DC

Description: Fund for the Public Interest (The Fund) is a national nonprofit organization working to raise money and increase visibility, membership and political power for the nation’s leading environmental and progressive groups.

We are looking for an experienced, innovative and ambitious candidate to oversee the Fund’s Partnership Program, which develops citizen outreach programs – primarily canvass programs – with other non-profits, and oversees our relationship with those partner groups. Examples of past and current partner groups include the Sierra Club, Human Rights Campaign and Save the Children.

The Partnership Program Director’s responsibilities are:

Networking and Marketing: Network and market the Fund’s citizen outreach services to potential partner organizations within the national public interest and non-profit communities.

Partner Acquisition & Negotiation: Identify and negotiate two new national partnerships over the next three years. Manage contracts with existing and potential partner organizations. Work with the Fund’s Canvass team to develop and manage test campaigns on behalf of new partners, including established outreach models (door to door and street canvass, voter registration) and experimental models. Create customized programs to meet partner needs.

Management of Partner Relationships: Manage the Fund’s relationship with partner organizations; maintain customer satisfaction with partners.

Organizational Building: Participate as part of the leadership of the Fund. Act as a liaison between the Fund and partner organizations. Help run trainings and staff recruitment drives.

Fundraising: Fundraise for the organization, through canvassing individuals and grantseeking.

Administration: Implement administrative systems including periodic reporting and invoicing to Fund departments and to partner organizations.

Campaign and Staff Management: Each summer the Partnership Program Director oversees a national event-based outreach program on behalf of the Human Rights Campaign.

The Partnership Program Director reports to the Director of Citizen Outreach for the Fund for the Public Interest.

Job Qualifications:

• Demonstrated commitment to the public interest, environmental protection, and social change.

• Exemplary communication and writing skills.

• Ability to represent the Fund to the public interest and non-profit communities.

• Fundraising experience — preferably canvassing or other citizen outreach.

• Experience managing staff and/or running a department

• High level of aptitude with numerical analysis and Microsoft Excel

• Prefer experience in contract negotiation

Location: Washington, DC

Application: E-mail your cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Jeff Sprague at careers@publicinterestnetwork.org. We’ll carefully consider your application and if we think you're a good fit, we'll be in touch.

28.) Traffic Manager, Vladimir Jones, Colorado Springs, Colorado

http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Traffic-Manager/107363.html

29.) Public Relations Manager, Gallup, Washington D.C. Metro Area

http://www.linkedin.com/jobs?viewJob=&jobId=1594071&trk=rj_em

30.) Media Relations Liaison, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

https://frb.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=67160

31.) Senior Communications Officer, Family Health International, Durham, NC

Deadline: May 31 2011

http://www.comminit.com/en/node/332146/ads

32.) Administrative Assistant, Public Affairs, Biogen Idec, Weston, MA

http://hoojobs.com/job/326/administrative-assistant-public-affairs/

*** From Kris Gallagher, ABC:

33.) Product Manager, Gladson, Lisle, IL

Organization Profile

Gladson is the leading provider of product content and services to the consumer packaged goods industry. We work closely with leading manufacturers and retailers helping them grow their businesses through initiatives like better space management, improved e-commerce offerings for consumers and shoppers, better supply chain operations and leading-edge initiatives in 3-D visualization of shelves and stores. We also support a wide range of innovative services for shoppers and consumers in stores, on the Internet and through mobile applications.

Job Overview

We're looking for an energetic, innovative Product Manager to join our growing team. This person will be responsible for product planning and execution throughout the product lifecycle for Gladson's Content products, from strategic definition to end-of-life planning, and ensures products align with and support the company's overall strategy and goals.

Job Description

Primary Duties:

* Define the product vision and roadmap to ensure products support the company's overall business strategy and goals.

* Work with sales teams and their customers to understand customers' current and emerging needs.

* Identify opportunities for new products and product improvements.

* Collaborate with members of the marketing and sales teams to identify target customer segments, positioning and value propositions.

* Define product features, gather and prioritize product and customer requirements, manage release cycles, manage internal and external vendors, and collaborate with internal teams and external partners to ensure revenue and customer satisfaction goals are met.

* Oversee the prioritization of client and business requirements to create a development agenda that ensures features and capabilities meet and exceed competitive offerings and client expectations.

* Execute the product roadmap working closely with Marketing, Sales, Development, Production and IT to ensure revenue targets and business goals are met.

* Provide in-depth market, industry and competitive analysis.

* Document and maintain the product specifications including product licenses and deliverables, terms and pricing.

Job Qualifications

* Bachelor's degree in an appropriately related field

* Strong working knowledge of the consumer packaged goods industry and the role of information and software in category management and retail execution.

* Five or more years of demonstrated experience as a product manager or product marketing manager with a particular preference to candidates with experience working with technical products or information services.

* A solid understanding of the principles and practices of product marketing and of the unique aspects of an intellectual property business.

* Strong program management skills with the ability to maintain progress in an environment with dynamic implementation schedules and business priorities.

* Proven ability to deliver successfully in a growing, entrepreneurial business Strong written and verbal communication skill.

Compensation & Benefits

Competitive salary and benefits.

How To Apply

Please use LinkedIn listing: http://www.linkedin.com/jobs?startApply=&jobId=1564997

34.) Director of Marketing, Heartland Advisors, Inc., Milwaukee, WI

Organization Profile

Heartland Advisors is a team of dedicated professionals providing investment advisory services to individuals, investment advisors, institutions and retirement plans. Our approach is disciplined, our investment style is consistent – we are America’s Value Investor.®

Our mission is twofold: We strive to provide superior investment results and provide exceptional client service. These goals alone do not differentiate Heartland; it is in our execution that enables us to achieve distinction.

We relentlessly seek value, analyzing overlooked and unpopular stocks which we believe sell at significant discounts to their true worth. Our mutual funds and separately managed accounts are managed under this time-tested, transparent investment process – all with proven long-term results.

Learn more about us by visiting www.heartlandadvisors.com.

Job Overview

In this newly created position, the Director of Marketing is responsible for leadership of our firm’s marketing efforts and for developing and executing proactive communications programs that support our business goals. This position reports to the Senior Vice President, Head of Distribution, and supervises three marketing professionals.

Job Description

In a fast-paced, deadline-driven and entrepreneurial environment, this individual will be a credible and consultative business partner. The successful candidate will be a dynamic and creative professional; a collaborative team player who is energized by working with others. Excellent communication and project management skills are necessary, combined with solid writing skills. As we are a firm of less than 50 people, this leadership position requires vision and ability to strategize, complemented with a hands-on willingness to do what needs to be done, including writing, editing, creative, and the review of items for content, grammar, and regulatory requirements. In addition, this position works with all departments to drive marketing’s success and respond to internal customer needs.

We are passionate about Value Investing. The right candidate will share this enthusiasm.

SUMMARY:

Responsible for oversight of our marketing efforts.

Objective: To develop ideas, techniques, and materials that leverage our sales teams’ focus such that our business grows through asset retention, share of wallet, and new clients. This will include: Our web presence (in general, eCommerce), public relations efforts, all written communications with clients and prospects, white papers, call scripting, and various flyers, posters, brochures, etc.

Marketing experience and sophistication is critical, as is familiarity with value equity investing and our various channels’ needs. We seek a clear alignment of our investment disciplines with any articulation of our value proposition, and synergy between all marketing and sales efforts.

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

I. PLANNING: Work closely with company executives as well as the various channels’ sales members to create strategies that will enhance and enable sales efforts. These plans must be coordinated with each channels’ strategies. They should be mutually owned and implemented, with strong buy-in across the firm.

II. COMMUNICATIONS: Assist with activities relating to selling the firm’s products, services or ideas, including letters, white papers, videos, teleconferences, articles, publicity, packaging, point-of-sale display, trade shows and special events. Lead and direct members of the Marketing Department to ensure timely and quality delivery of material to internal and external clients. Again, strong coordination with both sales teams as well as portfolio management function is critical to success.

III. MEDIA RELATIONS: Establish systems for the dissemination of material to appropriate newspaper, broadcast, general and trade publication editors, and lead and participate in an effort to enlist their interest in publishing news and features.

IV. TEAM LEADER: Supervises, assigns, directs, and evaluates work of all marketing staff positions. Responsible for staff recruitment, training, development, performance appraisal, discipline and other personnel matters.

V. COMPLIANCE: Exercises appropriate and consistent compliance and regulatory practices in the execution of marketing materials.

VI. COST EFFECTIVE: Manage a budget effectively.

VII. Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

* Bachelor’s degree, preferably in the liberal arts; preferably with relevant advanced degrees or certifications

* Ten years’ experience within the investment management industry, with experience across multiple channels of distribution

* Clear grasp of sophisticated investment principles and practices

* Demonstrable competence as a writer

* Excellent inter-personal communication skills

* Organizing and planning capability

* Ability to work as needed to meet deadlines

* FINRA series 7 and 63 licenses

Compensation & Benefits

To be discussed at time of interview.

How To Apply

SUBMIT YOUR RESUME AND COVER LETTER:

By e-mail: hr@heartlandfunds.com. In the subject field, please type: Director of Marketing – BSN.

By mail: Heartland Advisors, Inc. Attn: Human Resources 789 N. Water Street, Suite 500, Milwaukee, WI 53202

By fax: Attn: Human Resources (414) 977-8963

35.) Manager Corporate Communications – PlayStation Network Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC, San Francisco, CA

http://www.linkedin.com/jobs?viewJob=&jobId=1628811

36.) Social Media Manager, American Golf Corporation, Santa Monica, CA

http://hoojobs.com/job/311/social-media-manager/

37.) Radio Air Personality (part time), WRMR-FM, Coastal Carolina's Modern Rock 98.7, Wilmington, NC

http://airtalents.com/job/2613?p=1

38.) Communications Director, SMARTER Balanced Assessment Consortium, WA

http://jobs.prsa.org/c/job.cfm?site_id=2170&jb=8034732

39.) TV Editor, 3D Production Editor, USA TV Inc., New York, New York

http://www.talentzoo.com/job/TV-Editor,-3D-Production-Editor/107301.html

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

40.) Director of Strategic Communication, Villanova University, Villanova, PA

https://jobs.villanova.edu/postings/3120

41.) Marketing Communication Executive Singapore, Eaton, Singapore

http://eaton-jobs.com/sg/singapore/marketing-communications/marketing-communication-executive-jobs

42.) Account Manager, Potratz Partners Advertising Inc., Schenectady, NY

http://jobs.adrants.com/job/account-manager-schenectady-ny-potratz-partners-advertising-inc-0ad4decec1/?d=1

43.) Public Affairs Intern, Waggener Edstrom, Washington, DC

http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=99520707&aid=4292464&WT.mc_n=JSAHG10&fwr=true

44.) Social Media, Website, E-Communications Specialist, Bible League International, Crete, IL

http://hoojobs.com/job/330/social-media-website-e-communications-specialist/

*** From Abby Berger:

Hi Ned,

Would you mind including this job opportunity in Monday’s issue? Many thanks!

Abby

Abby Berger

GolinHarris | Public Affairs

Arlington, VA

45.) Account Group Supervisor, Public Affairs (Energy), GolinHarris, Arlington, VA

GolinHarris is one of the world’s leading public relations firms. Operating from 33 offices in the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, we provide a full array of products and services that build and manage the reputation of brands — consumer, corporate, government and non-profit. GolinHarris has created innovative and award-winning public relations programs since its founding in 1956. We were recently recognized by PR Week as Large PR Agency of the Year.

Profile

Our Washington DC office is seeking an Account Group Supervisor (AGS) to drive energy issue-focused advocacy efforts. Working in support of corporate, government and NGO clients, the AGS will develop strategies, execute work with minimal supervision and support new business. The AGS is accountable for producing high-quality, client-ready work and excellent results, and supervising junior staff.

Requirements

Qualified candidates must have a bachelor’s degree, superb written and oral communication skills and at least 8 years of experience on Capitol Hill and/or in the public affairs/communications field. It is essential that candidates have an in-depth understanding of energy issues and politics. The ideal candidate will have direct agency or federal experience developing strategies in support of energy campaigns, a track record of driving successful public affairs programs, issues management experience and relevant relationships. Additional requirements include: experience connecting consumer, corporate or non profit brands to the world of Washington influencers and thought leaders, and an ability to think strategically and analytically. Preference will be given to candidates who have agency experience or third-party relationship building experience.

How To Apply

Please e-mail your resume with salary expectations to GHDCJOBS@golinharris.com referencing AGSEE-DC in the e-mail subject line.

GolinHarris is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EEO/AA.M/F/D/V.

https://searchlight.cluen.com/E5/JobDetails.aspx?URLKey=u7nikygb&searchID=ea87b19e-aa04-4698-a541-2097cc9bb5ae

*** From Katie Andriulli:

Hi Ned,

Would you be able to post this in next week's mailing?

Thank you!

Katie

Katie Andriulli

Communications and Outreach Manager, Campus Progress

46.) Editor, Campus Progress.org, Washington, DC

Campus Progress, part of the Center for American Progress is hiring an Editor for its website and magazine, CampusProgress.org.

Click here to view the full job description: http://www.americanprogress.org/aboutus/jobs/editor_cp.html

47.) Manager Corporate Communications, Jo-Ann Stores, Inc., Hudson, OH

http://www.teleportjobs.com/view_post.asp?PID=1261045

48.) Communications Specialist – Digital Content, Fiserv, Norcross, GA

https://www4.recruitingcenter.net/Clients/fiservcareers/PublicJobs/controller.cfm?jbaction=JobProfile&Job_Id=34152

49.) Sr. Director of Media Operations, 33Across, New York, NY

http://jobs.adrants.com/job/sr-director-of-media-operations-new-york-ny-33across-94a0b7703c/?d=1

*** From Lindsay Dedrick:

50.) Communications Consultant, DST Output, El Dorado Hills, CA

Location: This position can be based out of our Hartford, CT, Kansas City, MO or El Dorado Hills, CA location.

Apply:

Go to www.dstoutput.com

Point to Career Opportunities

Click on Current Openings

Click on Job Postings

Click on Search Openings

Under Site Location select: El Dorado Hills, CA

Click on Search (at the bottom of the page)

Select the position you are interested in

Click Submit to job 10296BR

Job Description:

Communications Consultants plan, develop, and implement communications and event programs in support of the goals and objectives of the internal clients. They coordinate with market consultants, Company VP's, product managers, and other assigned internal clients. Communications Consultants carry out marketing department goals in planning and crafting strategies, tactics, activities, and materials that reflect company positioning and convey the most convincing and positive marketing message to target audiences. They support communications projects in the areas of advertising and promotion programs, public relations and trade shows, and collateral development as well as print and electronic presentations. Communications Consultants evaluate and recommend the media best suited to reach target audiences and lead the development of concepts and copy to deliver the message. They plan and execute marketing events, such as trade shows, customer seminars, user conferences, and special events. They develop objectives and strategies for the overall effectiveness and execution of marketing events. Communications Consultants negotiate contracts with outside vendors and manage relationships with exhibit vendors and coordinate the site management of events. Where appropriate, they provide on-site event support. Communications Consultant may have responsibility for personnel functions such as training, coaching, monitoring workloads, setting performance expectations, and writing performance appraisals. This position is in the Marketing and Sales Operations department.

Requirements include:

Five to eight years related experience; ability to travel. Advanced degree in Business Administration, Marketing Communications or Journalism preferred.

EOE/AA

https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/asp/tg/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=418516

*** From Monet LeMon:

Hello, Ned.

I’m pleased to be representing Kohler Company in Wisc. ($5B+ pvt co) for a Director of Web Strategy opportunity. Following is a brief summary of the position requirements. Thanks so much!

Monet LeMon

Monet & Company

monet@monetandcompany.com

51.) Director, Web Strategy, Kohler Company, Kohler, Wisconsin

Kohler Company is seeking a Director of Web Strategy, based at the Company’s headquarters in Kohler, Wisconsin, a unique village halfway between Milwaukee and Green Bay. The Company has retained Stanton Chase International in association with Monet & Company, to conduct the search.

Kohler Company (Kohler) is one of the oldest and largest privately owned companies in the United States, with revenue of more than $5 billion. Kohler is a global leader in the manufacture of kitchen and bath products, engines and power generation systems, cabinetry, tile and home interiors, and international host to award-winning hospitality and world-class golf destinations. Kohler has four major business groups: Kohler Global Power Group, Kitchen and Bath Group, Interiors Group, and Hospitality/Real Estate Group. For additional information, please visit: www.kohler.com.

Reporting directly to the Vice President, Communications, the Director of Web Strategy will be responsible for overseeing the strategy, planning, investment, business integration, and execution of all Web assets associated with Kohler.com and subsidiary companies, on a global basis. This includes (but is not restricted to) Web site development, creative development, content and maintenance, strategic business implications, e-commerce, interactive marketing, and management of internal and external resources.

Our client is seeking a candidate with a minimum of 12 years of experience in Communications or Marketing management – at least five of which MUST be focused in managing Web Strategy or Web Marketing, as mandated by our client. Candidates must have experience working in varied interactive applications, and have strategic leadership experience for a global brand, preferably more than $1 billion in annual revenue.

Experience working in conjunction with an investor relations function is preferred. Excellent written and oral communication skills, along with strong organizational, management and technical skills, are required. Demonstrated skill in managing processes, including managing outside resources and multiple projects simultaneously, is mandated. A strong customer-service approach to business with a record of consistent results, also is required.

A Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, marketing/public relations, or related discipline, from a leading university is required. An MBA is preferred.

To receive a copy of the full position specification, recommend a candidate, or submit a resume, please contact (email preferred):

Monet LeMon

monet@monetandcompany.com

Monet & Company

528 Arizona Ave., Suite 200

Santa Monica, CA 90401

Phone: 310-393-0405

52.) Publicist, Free Press, Simon & Schuster, New York, NY

Simon & Schuster is seeking a Publicist to support the VP, Director of Publicity for the Free Press imprint. Responsibilities include: planning and executing publicity campaigns for lead commercial fiction and non-fiction titles; pitching and securing top national and local media, including print, television, online and radio; writing press materials, researching media contacts, updating media lists, and assembling all logistics of multi-city book tours and appearances, including coordinating book signings, securing media and arranging travel.

Requirements: To qualify, you must have 3-5 years of publicity experience, Excellent written/verbal skills necessary, as well as the ability to juggle several projects simultaneously.

How To Apply For This Job: Please visit our website at www.simonandschuster.com.

http://bookjobs.com/viewjob.php?prmJobID=1600246

53.) Assistant, Publicity, Random House, Inc., NEW YORK, NY

Random House, Inc. is the world's largest general trade book publisher. It is a division of Bertelsmann AG, one of the foremost media companies in the world.

Your tasks

We are currently seeking an Assistant to join the Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group?s publicity team.

This position provides an opportunity to work with the Knopf publicity department while handling responsibilities such as:

Creating author itineraries

Helping to implement book publicity campaigns and managing event logistics

Coordinating communications efforts

Creating publicity materials, such as press releases and press kits

Additional assignments, projects and responsibilities, as needed.

Our requirements

The ideal candidate has a BA in the humanities, communications, public relations or a related field, as well as some relevant internship or working experience. Experience in book publishing is beneficial, but not required. Candidates should also be self-starters with impeccable attention to detail and possess a proactive and independent approach to work. The ideal candidate is savvy with social media and proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Experience with SEO, web development, and Google Analytics a plus. Candidate experience should demonstrate the ability to prioritize and multi-task in a rapidly changing, fast-paced environment.

Thank you for your interest in Random House. Random House is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

For more information, please visit our web site at:

http://careers.randomhouse.com

54.) Social Media Manager, Moscow Ballet, Pittsfield, MA

http://hoojobs.com/job/323/social-media-manager/

*** From Bridget Serchak:

55.) Communications Director, Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC), Washington, DC

Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) seeks bilingual, experienced Communications Director to handle busy press operation. Responsibilities will include handling press inquiries for CHC; drafting press releases, media advisories, statements, website content and talking points; working closely with the staff of CHC members; attending Member and staff meetings; and, assisting Executive Director with legislative initiatives. Candidates must be able to speak and write Spanish, have excellent writing and editing skills and the ability to quickly produce press material. Capitol Hill experience and established relationships with members of the national press, particularly Spanish media, are a plus. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and two writing samples to CHCJob@gmail.com. No drop-ins or calls please.

*** From Ashley Ferguson:

Hello, I am writing on behalf of the Center for Community Change. Please post this job announcement with your publication. This job falls under our Development department. It is working with our Donations coordinator.

Ashley Ferguson

56.) Donor Database Administrator, Center for Community Change, Washington, DC

About the Center for Community Change

The Center for Community Change is a national social justice non-profit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1968 to honor the life and values of Robert F. Kennedy, we are one of the longest standing champions for low-income families and communities of color. Throughout our history, the Center has strengthened the leadership, voice and power of low-income communities nationwide to confront the vital issues of today and build the social movements of tomorrow.

Our work has contributed to the creation of the food stamps program, the enactment of the Community Reinvestment Act, the growth of community development corporations, and the creation and preservation of affordable housing. Today we are leading efforts to advance fair and humane immigration reform, increase voter participation in communities of color and develop the next generation of social justice organizers. The Center has brought the issues and values of low-income communities to the forefront of the political debate with presidential candidate forums in the 2004 and 2008 election cycles. For further information please visit our website at: www.communitychange.org.

Position Description:

CCC’s donor database is central to the management of relationships with its foundations and individual donors. The Donor Database Administrator (DDA) ensures that we operate efficient and effective database processes, providing the very best customer services at all times to both internal and external stakeholders. The DDA will maximize the fundraising and marketing potential of the donor database through effective management of donor information and relationships. The DDA is responsible for the maintenance and overall administration of the organization’s fundraising database with the expressed purpose of ensuring accuracy of information, analysis of fundraising data, maximization of donor support and leverage of fundraising activities.

The successful candidate will create, implement and manage effective policies, processes and procedures to ensure an exemplary level of data integrity in Raiser’s Edge, as well as serve as the point person with Finance and its database, Financial Edge.

Principal Responsibilities:

• Be fully familiar with and manage the day-to-day operations of the Raiser’s Edge fundraising database, ensuring that it operates to its full potential to maximize income.

• Creates, updates and maintains overall systems for Raiser’s Edge, including but not limited to: effective set up and maintenance of database codes, accuracy of donor and prospect names, salutations and contact information, maintaining accurate soft credit and pledge input, maintenance and reporting.

• Keeps constituent files within Raiser’s Edge clean and up-to-date by checking database against external registers on a quarterly basis.

• Works closely with the Finance team ensuring financial adjustments are made; serve as the point person for monthly reconciliation and other processes.

• Provides accurate and timely reports, queries and data segmentation for fundraising campaign analysis, campaign launches and prospecting.

• Ensures that no backlog develops and that during the month all batches are processed daily.

• Ensures acknowledgement letters are refreshed on a quarterly basis, and that all acknowledgement letters are produced, signed and mailed within two-to-three working days after receipt of the gift.

• Establishes and maintains regular system checks and takes corrective action when required. This includes systems patches and upgrading database versions as appropriate.

• Contributes significantly to analysis of campaigns with statistical data from Raiser’s Edge.

• Produces and distributes monthly Gift Reports to all appropriate parties.

• Ensures organization is following appropriate processes and advises colleagues on issues such as data protection and data integrity, with particular regard to collection and recording of data in compliance with the law and industry codes of practice.

• Produces the yearly annual report donor listing in timely, streamlined and accurate manner.

• Ensures that all contacts with foundations and individual donors are recorded quickly, efficiently and appropriately in the best interests of donor care.

• Ensures that all other Raiser’s Edge database users are appropriately trained, kept up-to-date with procedures and retrained as and when required.

• Supports colleagues by investigating problems and recommending solutions relative to any and all database functions.

• Regularly communicates with the Director of Development to ensure that she is aware of any issues relative to data integrity and donor needs.

Qualifications:

• Minimum of four years direct experience working with a donor database, with a preference for candidates with a year or more of hands-on database management experience. Raiser’s Edge experience strongly preferred.

• Knowledge of the practices and principles of fundraising and/or prior experience with fundraising operations required.

• Demonstrated experience with donor database analytic tools, queries and reports and other advanced database analysis functions.

• Experience with Microsoft Office a plus.

• Proven experience in effectively communicating with donors and funders via in-person interaction, phone, email and regular mail.

• Excellent organizational skills and demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks, meet deadlines, multi-task and work under pressure.

• Ability to organize information and data and perform detail-oriented work with accuracy/timeliness/completeness.

• Ability to work with multiple staff within the Department and throughout the Center. Hands on experience working collaboratively with the Finance Department recommended.

• Strong telephone and verbal communications skills as well as solid interpersonal

skills.

• Good writing skills.

• Supports the broad goals of the Development Department to raise resources

for Center for Community Change and its 501 (c)(4), the Campaign for

Community Change.

This position reports to: Director of Development

Salary & Benefits: CCC offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package.

Closing Date of Position: Open until filled.

How to apply: Please submit resume, and a cover letter that includes salary expectations to:

employment@communitychange.org

(Fax) 202-387-4891

Center for Community Change

Human Resources

Re: Donor Database Manager

1536 U Street, N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20009

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58.) SUMMER 2011 SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN, TTG+Partners, Washington, DC

EMPLOYER:

TTG+Partners

1776 I Street, NW, Suite 900

Washington, DC 20006

www.ttgpartners.com

WORK HOURS:

20 hours per week (minimum)

SALARY:

Nonpaid Internship (credit only)

REPORTS TO:

Founder and CEO

Are you interested in making a difference in young people’s lives? Are you passionate about social justice issues? Are you a social media wiz who knows how to use Facebook and Twitter to create a buzz about anything? If your answer is “yes” to all of these questions, then TTG+Partners is just the place for you.

TTG+Partners, the nation’s only communications consultancy with the unique focus on promoting diversity and equity in higher education, is looking for an intern for Summer 2011 to assist with the growth and development of TTG+Partners’ social media engagement. Opportunities may also arise to assist TTG+Partners’ clients across the country with their social media campaigns.

TTG+Partners is developing interesting content working with national higher education and policy organizations. We are looking for a creative, social media marketer to help us present this material in interesting ways and expand our reach.

You will work with experienced communications professionals and higher education experts on a range of fascinating issues and campaigns to ensure that all students develop the skills necessary to thrive in a globally competitive environment.

We are based in Washington, D.C., but the work can be done virtually.

Duties and Responsibilities

Assignments will include, but are not limited to:

• Coordinating/maintaining the company’s social media activities and presence on Facebook, Twitter; and other mediums;

• Developing priorities for social media strategies on behalf of clients; and

• Integrating social media into all communications campaigns, including engaging with bloggers.

Skills Required

1. Demonstrated command of social networking and social media platforms (e.g., YouTube, Facebook, Twitter)

2. Familiarity with emerging concepts related to business marketing and communications through social media

3. Online research skills

4. Energetic, reliable, and self-motivated

5. Established organizational skills

6. Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing

7. Ability to work independently

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An enthusiastic, out-of-the box thinker; a self-starter, and problem-solver who has excellent social media skills; some knowledge of social justice, diversity, and higher education issues; excellent written and verbal communications skills; and a willingness to work virtually, if necessary.

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TTG+Partners is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, creed, color, religion, ethnicity, national origin, party or political affiliation, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, or any illegal or prohibited factor.

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