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JOTW 24-2011

June 13, 2011

www.nedsjotw.com

This is newsletter number 881

“Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action.”

– Ian Fleming

(Auric Goldfinger in Goldfinger)

This edition of Ned’s Job of the Week comes to you from the “Constellation Suite” at the I-Bar at North Island Naval Air Station in Coronado, Calif.

I am putting this newsletter out later than usual for many of you because there is a time zone difference between Hawaii and the East Coast.

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In this issue:

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

1.) Numerous Positions, Avisar, Washington, DC and Tampa, FL

2.) Senior Associate (ERP Specialist) The Hague, MCR, Netherlands

3.) Program Coordinator, AcademyHealth, Washington, DC

4.) Director, Investor Relations / Corporate Communications, Ngmoco:), New York, NY or San Francisco, CA

5.) SAE/Director, Levick Strategic Communications, Washington, DC

6.) REGIONAL PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER, Feld Entertainment, Inc., NY, NY

7.) Communications/Public Relations Manager, Electrical Safety Foundation International, Arlington, VA

8.) Full-time Finance Editor, SmartBrief, AICPA, NY, NY

9.) Vice President, Corporate Communications, Sigma-Aldrich, St. Louis, Missouri

10.) Director, Media Relations, Sundance Institute, Beverly Hills, California

11.) Program Communications Manager, World Wildlife Fund, Washington , DC

12.) Public Relations Representative, Vera Bradley Designs, Fort Wayne, Indiana

13.) Corporate Communications Manager, Vertafore, Bothell, WA

14.) Senior Vice President, Communications and Marketing, International Code Council, Whittier, California / Washington DC

15.) Senior Web Content Advisor, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA), Arlington, VA

16.) Communications Associate, ClimateWorks Foundation, San Francisco, CA

17.) Sr Manager, Public Relations, Illumina, San Diego, CA

18.) Event Planner/ Activity Coordinator, Beechwood Organization, Jericho NY

19.) Senior Account Executive, Padilla Speer Beardsley, NY, NY

20.) Manager, Marketing Programs and Digital Platforms, New York Knicks, New York, New York

21.) Executive Vice President of External Affairs, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), Washington, DC

22.) Senior Account Manager, Pleasonton, California, Trainer Communications

23.) Intern Corporate Communications, Life Technologies, Carlsbad, CA

24.) Corporate Communications Internship, Jack In the Box, San Diego, CA

26.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Inova Solutions, Charlottesville, Virginia

27.) Public Relations Manager, Bloomingdale's Tyson's Corner, Bloomingdale's, McLean, VA

28.) Drake Cooper Senior Writer, Drake Cooper, Boise, Idaho

29.) Social Media Manager, American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), Alexandria , VA

30.) Senior Media Relations Specialist, NeighborWorks America, Washington, DC

31.) Vice President – Healthcare Business Unit, IMRE, LLC, Baltimore. MD

32.) Internal Communications & Media Relations Manager, Toledo, OH

33.) Director of Marketing and Communications, New York City Charter School Center, New York City, NY

34.) Poker Dealer Trainee, Turning Stone Casino, Oneida, NY

35.) Bail Agent Trainee, Aladdin Bail Bonds, San Jose, CA

36.) Ice Cream Truck Drivers, Frosty Treats, Memphis, TN

37.) Ice Cream Maker, Bruster's Ice Cream, Columbus, GA

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*** One Paragraph Pitch:

Looking for help in publicizing your company or organization? Look no further for help is here! I am a PR Specialist who is seeking a position. What have I done to deserve your attention and a job in your organization? How does getting over $250,000 worth of press, writing three editions of a monthly newsletter and planning and executing 10 special events sound? In addition, I am a freelance writer and photographer who has had numerous articles published. In fact, my most recent article was published in the October 10, 2010 Philadelphia Inquirer (yes, 10/10/10) and it dealt with something very topical. You can read it here: http://www.philly.com/inquirer/opinion/20101010_Working_through_the_five_stages_of_not_working.html On top of all of that, in 2009, I received the MBA degree from Saint Joseph’s University, in Philadelphia. So fear not, for I am no slacker. While I have preference for a position in a non-profit organization in the Philadelphia area, I am open to any industry and any location within the New York to D.C. corridor. If you are wondering “How are you going to make people know about our organization?” Well, I got you to know about me, didn’t I? To learn more, you can check me out on Linkedin, call 215-776-4251 or email me at ilena.ditoro@hotmail.com.

Truly,

Ilena Di Toro, MBA

Philadelphia, PA

(First name is pronounced Elaine-ah. Sort of like the character in Seinfeld, but you put an ‘ah’ at the end.)

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Hi Ned,

Longtime listener, first time caller.

Are you aware of anything similar to JOTW specifically for graphics professionals?

Just curious.

Thanks!

Jeff

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*** Let’s get to the jobs:

A JOTW “Can't Wait” Opportunity from Avisar Inc.

1.) Numerous Positions, Avisar, Washington, DC and Tampa, FL

Avisar, a Defense consulting firm operating in the US and overseas, is seeking professionals with active clearances and extensive experience in strategic communications in a DOD/Intel environment for projects in Both Washington, DC and at CENTCOM in Tampa, FL.

Current positions include:

Program Managers

Senior Strategic Communications Specialists

Senior Communications Planners (SAMS graduates a plus)

Cultural Engagement Advisors

Media Analysts

Linguist/Cultural Expert – In any of the following languages: Urdo, Dari, Pashto, Arabic, Farsi, Russian

Web Content Managers

Web Video Editors

CENTCOM Joint Operations Center Analysts

Bloggers/Social Media Engagement Specialists

Avisar is an Equal Opportunity Employer with an excellent fringe benefit package and a culture that values excellence and rewards effort. No phone calls please.

Please send cover letter, resume, current clearance level, and salary requirements to HR@avisarinc.com with the job title in the subject line of your email. No phone calls please.

1.) Numerous Positions, Avisar, Washington, DC and Tampa, FL

2.) Senior Associate (ERP Specialist) The Hague, MCR, Netherlands

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=1&rid=835

*** From Teasha Powell:

To Whom It May Concern:

AcademyHealth, the professional home for health services researchers and policy analysts, is currently seeking a program coordinator. I ask that you please include the following information on your web site.

Sincerely,

Teasha Powell

Human Resources Director

AcademyHealth

1150 17th Street, NW

Ste. 600

Washington, DC

3.) Program Coordinator, AcademyHealth, Washington, DC

The Program Coordinator will provide administrative support for a major new initiative designed to help advance infrastructure and methods for comparative effectiveness research with electronic clinical data. In particular, the incumbent would be responsible for website and social network maintenance and logistical and administrative support for webinars, conferences and workshops. The incumbent will also provide support to other major program and projects of AcademyHealth.

Responsibilities:

• Provide logistical support for webinars, conferences, and workshops, including preparation and dissemination of agenda and materials, taking notes at meetings, and development of meeting summaries;

• Assist in the development of ongoing communication via web channels, including webinars, social media, and other dissemination vehicles;

• Maintain and update project websites, databases, and social network platforms;

• Perform a wide range of administrative tasks, including scheduling meetings and conference calls, helping invited speakers and experts with travel and logistics, creating, updating and maintaining organized files and records;

• Create and format tables, charts, presentations and other graphics;

• Assist in maintaining contacts and relationships with various stakeholders;

• Perform library and Internet research; and

• Conduct other administrative and research activities in support of AcademyHealth projects.

Desired Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree from accredited college or university required;

• Some internship or other relevant work experience;

• Professional interest in health policy, public policy or public health;

• Mature, detail-oriented individual able to work both independently and with a team;

• Experience with balancing and supporting the administrative needs of multiple individuals;

• Strong written and oral communications skills;

• Experience with managing website content and social media platforms;

• Strong organizational and analytical skills; ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and maintain a system of tracking, monitoring, and prioritizing tasks and projects; and

• Demonstrated experience using Microsoft Office, distance-learning or web-based applications.

This is a Level 2 position. The salary range is $35,000- $40,000.

Applications:

Qualified applicants should send cover letter, resume, writing sample and three references (with phone numbers) to Human Resources Director, AcademyHealth, 1150 17th Street NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20036. Fax: 202-292-6800. Email: jobs@academyhealth.org. Please be sure to reference the position for which you are applying. For more information, please go to www.academyhealth.org.

AcademyHealth is an Equal Opportunity Employer: AcademyHealth will provide all applicants for employment and all employees with an equal opportunity regardless of sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, disability, matriculation, political affiliation, source of income, or place of business or residence.

4.) Director, Investor Relations / Corporate Communications, Ngmoco:), New York, NY or San Francisco, CA

Looking for future mofos

Responsibilities

•Be the face of the company and primary point of contact for investors and analysts

•Build and execute the communication strategy to tell our story

•Strong brand ambassador who speaks on behalf of the company at investment presentations, institutions, individual meetings and discussions

•Draft and present reports regarding the financial health and market position of the company, including metrics and analytics

•Drive the analysis and presentation of feedback to the company of investors' perceptions, brokerage security analysts' positions and summaries, relative stock price movements, and periodic ownership analysis

•Produce shareholder meetings, press conferences, road shows, and the investor relations section of our website in order to educate and update investors and analysts

•Collaborate with PR and executive leadership on key business messaging, financial communications and media strategy

•Provide excellent customer service to investors and analysts; be proactive and timely

Requirements

•At least seven years of progressive experience in investor relations or a corporate communication position within a public company

•Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Business, or Public Relations

•Must have credibility with industry analysts; preferably in the internet, media and technology industries

•Experience working with the business and financial press; quarterly and annual financial reporting; and internal employee communications

•Must be able to handle difficult negotiations requiring exceptional communication skills, and well-developed sense of tact, strategy, timing, debating and persuasion skills

•An energetic team player and strong individual contributor who can lead strategic efforts for the business

•Knowledge of branding, advertising and marketing communications

•Japanese speaking and writing skills would be an advantage

•Travel required

•Based in New York or San Francisco

http://www.ngmoco.com/careers/positions/?nl=1&jvi=oVlMVfwH

*** From Sara Wallace:

5.) SAE/Director, Levick Strategic Communications, Washington, DC

Levick Strategic Communications is looking for an SAE/Director level candidate to work in its Government and Foundation Practice. This position leads and manages client and account service activities on the strategic and tactical level. As a senior member of the government practice team, the role is client-facing and the individual is often asked to lead strategy development and implementation for the practice’s clients or ensure that strategic objectives are being met. S/he contributes to business development efforts and helps to promote the practice’s personnel growth and productivity. Specifically, this position in the Government and Nonprofit Practice is asked to:

• develop, and assist in the development of, communications strategies for the firm’s government and nonprofit clients;

• implement, and manage the implementation of communications strategies for the firm’s government and nonprofit clients;

• plan, manage and execute projects that include communications tactics such as: social media outreach, web site development, search engine marketing, video production, media outreach, community outreach, and public affairs;

• oversee and review the work of colleagues in the government and foundation practice to ensure it adheres to practice’s standards for quality and strategic impact;

• interact with and help manage relationships with current and prospective clients;

• work with colleagues across practice areas at Levick to manage current client service and develop new business opportunities; and

• assist with the marketing of the government and nonprofit practice, including but not limited to: development of his/her own new business leads, writing proposals in response to government and private sector Requests for Proposals (RFPs), and participation in business development strategy sessions.

A successful candidate must demonstrate superior writing skills and experiential knowledge of all aspects of social media. Previous experience developing and implementing communications strategies related to domestic policy, health, education, and/or social services is a valuable asset. Needs at least 5 years relevant experience to apply.

Please send cover letter and resume to careers@levick.com.

*** From Stephen Payne:

Good morning Ned, Here is another job we have open at Feld Entertainment in our New York City office.

Thanks,

Steve

Stephen Payne

Vice President, Corporate Communications

Feld Entertainment, Inc.

6.) REGIONAL PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER, Feld Entertainment, Inc., NY, NY

FELD ENTERTAINMENT, Inc., the world’s largest producer of live family entertainment, including Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® Circus, Disney On Ice, Disney Live!, and Feld Motor Sports is searching for a Regional Public Relations Manager to work in the North East region and be based out of our New York City office.

This person will be Responsible for the overall public relations/publicity efforts in each local market of the designated region.

Essential functions for the position include:

1. Develop market- and region-specific PR strategies and programs in coordination with the Region VP, Promoters and Corporate PR team.

2. Manage the overall implementation of the region's PR programs.

3. Hire, manage and evaluate local PR agencies and/or publicists in coordination with the Region VP, respective Promoter and Corporate PR team.

4. Serve as liaison between local publicist and touring unit, from program planning through the conclusion of the engagement.

5. Implement all corporate brand public relations campaigns, strategies and events via publicists in respective local markets.

6. In coordination with the Corporate PR team, assist corporate and touring unit with members of the national press when they cover stories in the local markets.

7. Serve as corporate spokesperson for matters with local and regional media including issues related matters in coordination with Corporate PR.

8. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications for this position include:

1. College degree preferred (degree or related expertise in public relations, communications or marketing preferred.)

2. 5-7 years of public relations experience in New York City with emphasis on strategic development and implementation of robust, multi-faceted PR campaigns. Experience at a public relations agency, live event marketing firm or in managing a public relations agency required. Experience with new media a plus.

3. Strong organizational, project and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple campaigns simultaneously in a fast-paced environment, while being fiscally responsible to approved budget.

4. Knowledge of the media within the Northeast region.

5. Experience with media relations, issues management and as a spokesperson, both on and off-camera.

6. Strong interpersonal and communication skills, including ability to build professional relationships and work well with all personality types. Ability to interface with multiple levels of management within and outside an organization.

7. Professional, levelheaded capacity to make sound judgments and lead under pressure.

8. Strong oral and written communication skills.

9. Team orientation; highly flexible and resourceful

10. Willingness to travel (approximately 40% of time)

For a complete description of the position, please go to our website: www.feldentertainment.com , or, to apply directly, please send your resume along with a cover letter detailing your salary requirements to hrjobs@feldinc.com. EOE.

7.) Communications/Public Relations Manager, Electrical Safety Foundation International, Arlington, VA

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=8088121

*** From Gregory J. Wright, MBA:

Hi Ned, please include the listing below on behalf of our partner organization, thanks!

8.) Full-time Finance Editor, SmartBrief, AICPA, NY, NY

Job Description

SmartBrief is seeking a full-time editor to help create our daily online business and consumer news e-mail publications in finance.

What we're looking for

Someone who is knowledgeable and passionate about finance, as well as our mission to make people smarter and save them time. Someone who can confidently and persuasively exercise their news judgment in a deadline-intensive, newsroom-style work environment. Someone who is comfortable working creatively in multiple media platforms (e-mail, blogs, social media, video, etc), and eager to develop new ways to deliver valuable content to our busy readers. Client relationship management is a big part of the job, so strong written and oral communications skills are a must.

The ideal candidate would work at our Washington, D.C., office, but highly qualified telecommuters will be considered.

Applicants will be required to take a timed writing and editing test.

Job Duties

• Identify the most important news stories of the day for inclusion in various e-mail newsletters for multiple finance audiences.

• Edit summaries of aggregated news items for inclusion in SmartBrief's newsletters for grammar, style, tone and appropriateness for each audience.

• Work closely with associations, corporations and other clients to ensure they meet their goals for their publications.

• Attend industry conferences and events, producing multimedia original content live on site.

• Manage offsite freelancers.

• Respond to reader comments and suggestions.

Required Skills & Experience

• At least three years of experience in an editing, communications or research role with a news organization, consulting firm, trade association or other relevant group. A mix of writing and editing experience is preferred.

• At least one year of experience working in an editing, writing or communications role related to to finance. A relevant undergraduate degree in business can substitute for the industry-specific experience.

• Sophisticated understanding of how to find news and information for a particular audience.

• Ability to write and edit quickly and accurately on deadline.

• Proven record of taking initiative, sharing responsibilities and managing multiple projects simultaneously.

• Facility for using online publishing tools, including those for social media and video.

• Strong interpersonal and communications skills.

• Ability to analyze reader trends and statistics.

Email resume and cover letter to: job-A79FF3E9-52DA-4A64-B3E3-6D6C293C5C3E@jobs.smartbrief.com

9.) Vice President, Corporate Communications, Sigma-Aldrich, St. Louis, Missouri

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=8106373

10.) Director, Media Relations, Sundance Institute, Beverly Hills, California

Considerations:

This position requires travel to various locations throughout the year. In addition, the Director can expect to work extended days and weekends as needed leading up to and during the annual Film Festival. Position is required to travel to UT for the duration of the Film Festival and for periodic attendance at the summer Labs.

Position Summary:

Develops long-term messaging and media relations strategy for Sundance Institute, including the annual Sundance Film Festival, and oversees day-to-day operations of media relations department. Generates key messages and media coverage to raise awareness about the Institute.

Duties and Responsibilities:

STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS

Develop, integrate and implement Media components of Institutes strategic communications plan.

Coordinate efforts with other External Relations team members in Development and Marketing to support fundraising activities, sponsorship programs, advertising, and earned income efforts.

Serve as liaison with Robert Redford PR team and other Sundance entities on collaborative projects and events.

MEDIA RELATIONS ACTIVITIES

Identify opportunities to tell our story to the media and create the media strategy and messaging.

Identify and cultivate media contacts in general markets and special interest markets (international, domestic, regional, broadcast, print and online).

Pitch and place features, profiles, and new items on Institute programs, activities, and staff; work with journalists to shape and develop stories, including on-site logistical coordination.

Utilize Institute leadership, Board, alumni and staff as key resources in messaging.

Oversee creation and distribution of press releases, media alerts, and pitch letters.

Develop and implement innovative methods to publicize Institute programs and activities.

Identify and engage in collaborations and strategic alliances with media outlets to enhance our messaging strategies.

Develop relationships with US and international print, broadcast and online media outlets, and film and theatre publicists.

Oversee production of materials for media outreach (e.g. VNRs, podcasts, video content, press kits).

Oversee year-round staff of two and seasonal Festival Press Office through managerial level staff.

Other duties as assigned.

Ranking of Responsibilities:

1.Strategic Communications and Messaging — 35%

2.Media Relations — 65%

Position Requirements:

Employee has legal authorization to work in the United States.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Minimum of 5 years experience in increasingly responsible positions, culminating in a senior management/supervisory role at a comparable arts/culture/film organization or public relations firm required.

Experience in Film Festival Press Office management or related strongly preferred.

BA/BS in liberal arts, journalism, communications, or related field required.

Extensive experience training and managing others required.

Budget management experience required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

Excellent written and oral communication skills, including presentation skills.

Ability to develop and carry out innovative media relations plans and publicity campaigns.

Knowledge of national and international cultural, arts, and entertainment media outlets and procedures.

Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

Ability to serve, when needed, as organizational spokesperson to the press and to represent the Institute in a variety of professional contexts (conferences, press events, etc.).

Ability to travel.

Excellent interpersonal skills.

Ability to work within a complex organization.

Valid drivers license and successful completion of DMV background check required.

http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Director,-Media-Relations/107873.html

11.) Program Communications Manager, World Wildlife Fund, Washington , DC

http://www.nonprofitjobs.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=main.jdetail&jid=30916

12.) Public Relations Representative, Vera Bradley Designs, Fort Wayne, Indiana

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&str=26&site%5Fid=1691&jb=8093087

13.) Corporate Communications Manager, Vertafore, Bothell, WA

http://www.vertafore.com/About-Us/Careers/Openings?nl=1&jvi=oCZMVfw2

14.) Senior Vice President, Communications and Marketing, International Code Council, Whittier, California / Washington DC

http://www.jobtarget.com/link.cfm?c=yqFsJtJVJLh7

*** From Nadine M. Flagg, PHR:

Please post the attached job to JOTW. NRECA is located in the Ballston neighborhood of Arlington, VA, and is Metro-accessible. Thank you for your assistance.

Nadine

Nadine M. Flagg, PHR

15.) Senior Web Content Advisor, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA), Arlington, VA

The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA), with offices in Arlington, VA and Lincoln, NE is the trade association for over 900 consumer-owned electric cooperatives serving more than 40 million people.

NRECA is committed to harnessing the strength of America’s electric cooperatives into a single powerful voice.

• 50 Greatest places to Work – AARP

• 50 Best Places to Work – The Washingtonian

• 100 Best Places to Work – ComputerWorld Magazine

• CARE Award Recipient – Recognizing organizations that promote a positive work-life balance

Join the dynamic Communications team at NRECA in the position of Senior Web Content Advisor. This individual serves as the editorial and business project manager for the online publication ECT.coop.

In addition to assisting with the editing and creation of copy for the website, this individual will be the primary editorial online producer for the news site, writing, editing, and posting all web content.

Responsibilities include:

– Serves as primary web producer, posting all content in the content management system

– Collaborates on copy editing and proofing of all web content, fact checking and style monitoring

– Leads production of weekly e-newsletter and weekly digest

– Writes news and feature stories

– Serves as editorial and business project manager

– Assists with social media campaign

– Leads quality assurance for the website

To be considered, you will need:

Bachelor’s degree in Journalism (preferred), English, Communications, or related field

5-7 years of hands-on journalism experience, including writing, editing, and proofreading, in a fast-paced environment

Project management experience

Working knowledge of HTML preferred

NRECA offers competitive wages and a world-class portfolio of employee benefits that includes a variety of options that allow our employees to customize their coverage to meet their individual needs.

Candidates can apply at or by accessing this link:

https://careers.nreca.org:443/OA_HTML/OA.jsp?OAFunc=IRC_VIS_VAC_DISPLAY&p_svid=15688&p_spid=7297 or by visiting www.nreca.coop

*** From Eileen Ashton:

16.) Communications Associate, ClimateWorks Foundation, San Francisco, CA

http://www.ceaconsulting.com/what/position_details.aspx?client=CEA&jobId=145

*** From Mark Sofman:

17.) Sr Manager, Public Relations, Illumina, San Diego, CA

http://bit.ly/jW59bX

*** From Cecilia Thomas:

18.) Event Planner/ Activity Coordinator, Beechwood Organization, Jericho NY

We are currently seeking an Event Planner/ Activity Coordinator for our premier gated 55+ Active Adult Community with upscale clubhouse. In this exciting role, you will organize and supervise social clubs as well as assist with the creation of new clubs. Plan trips to New York City or change the pace to a day visiting the wineries on the East End. Oversee daily clubhouse activity operation including preparing monthly calendar of events.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of five (5) + years in Hotel, Country Club or Active Adult Community experience and excellent leadership/communication skills are required. Qualified candidate must possess outstanding organizational skills, proficient in handling multiple projects and proficiency in MS Office. Prior event planning experience preferred. Strong attention to detail with the ability to follow through.

This position requires evenings, weekends and holidays.

Qualified candidates please email a resume with cover letter stating salary requirements or fax to 516-935-0407 or email to cthomas@beechwoodhomes.com. We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits. (EOE) No relocation offered.

19.) Senior Account Executive, Padilla Speer Beardsley, NY, NY

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site%5Fid=1691&jb=8097876

20.) Manager, Marketing Programs and Digital Platforms, New York Knicks, New York, New York

The Manager, Marketing Programs and Digital Platforms for the New York Knicks manages the teams fan engagement and content development strategies across all digital and social media platforms, as well as data analysis around online, social, and ticketing efforts.

Central to this role is the programming of KnicksNow, nyknicks.com, the Knicks Facebook, Twitter, and mobile presence, and emerging digital platforms. Manager is responsible for overseeing all internal content development, creating and posting new content across the various Knicks platforms, working internally to organize time with players and coaches to facilitate content generation, and developing relationships with external writers, bloggers and others to contribute to KnicksNow and the teams other digital platforms.

The manager will also work closely with MSG cross-functional teams and external marketing partners to develop innovative and integrated programming, content, and promotional activities that leverage all marketing resources (digital, traditional media, PR, in-arena, experiential, etc.) to support key business objectives.

Additionally, the manager will assist in the development and enhancement of tracking tools/dashboards to measure digital performance as well reporting across all aspects of the Knicks business including ticket sales and pricing. The manager will be responsible generating insights from this analysis to enhance fan engagement, business performance, and development of the next generation of Knicks digital tools.

Requirements: The ideal candidate will have a bachelors degree in business/marketing and a minimum of 3 years experience in the marketing/promotions/event industry, preferably in the sports or entertainment sectors. Demonstrated experience managing digital properties and high profile events/programs. Must be a team player and have the ability to foster excellent internal and external working relationships. Has the ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines simultaneously while maintaining a high level of energy. Is self-motivated, resourceful, and develops solutions in a high stress, deadline-oriented environment. Demonstrates excellent communication, organizational and time management skills. Will be a creative and innovative thinker with the ability to frequently shift and juggle priorities. Possesses advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Office tools, CMS platforms as well as data analysis tools. Proficient knowledge of ticketing systems is a plus.

http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Manager,-Marketing-Programs-and-Digital-Platforms/107870.html

21.) Executive Vice President of External Affairs, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), Washington, DC

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) seeks to hire an Executive Vice President of External Affairs to be based in the Washington, DC headquarters office.

About National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit that preserves and restores our nation?s native wildlife species and habitats. Created by Congress in 1984, The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation sustains, restores and enhances the Nation?s fish, wildlife, plants and habitats. Through leadership conservation investments with public and private partners, the Foundation is dedicated to achieving maximum conservation impact by developing and applying best practices and innovative methods for measurable outcomes. NFWF directs public conservation dollars to the most pressing environmental needs and matches those investments with private funds. The Foundation’s method is simple and effective: we work with a full complement of individuals, foundations, government agencies, nonprofits, and corporations to identify and fund the nation?s most intractable conservation challenges.

NFWF?s partnerships are key to its success. Sitting at the nexus of the public and private communities, the Foundation’s myriad partnerships connect it with potentially every federal and state agency, key industry leaders, concerned private citizens, and non-profit leaders from the international to the local level. The results speak for themselves. Since its establishment, NFWF has awarded over 10,800 grants to more than 3,700 organizations in the United States and abroad and leveraged ? with its partners ? more than $490 million of federal funds into over $1.6 billion for conservation.

The Foundation operates a portfolio of Keystone Initiatives in four major conservation areas (Birds, Wildlife and Habitat, Freshwater Fish and Habitats, and Marine and Coastal).

The Foundation operates two types of initiatives that enable it to focus on achieving maximum sustainable conservation impact while being responsive to funders, attracting more money to conservation, investing in innovation and best practices, and managing its own financial health.

Charter – partner driven and needs-based

Keystone – multi-year initiatives and issue specific

The Foundation has set a high bar for outcome-driven conservation investing. Its aspirations are to be the most effective foundation at investing for maximum conservation benefit and to be recognized as a thought leader in how and where to invest. Science and evaluation are collectively the means to choose the right areas in which to invest. The Foundation intends to take a thought leadership role in conservation investing and evaluation. The Foundation analyzes and synthesizes findings from its conservation investments and shares that information and best practices with the conservation community.

NFWF is made up of 89 professional staff in four offices across the country: Washington, D.C.; St. Paul, MN; Portland, OR; and San Francisco, CA. The Board of Directors is comprised of 30 members, all confirmed by the White House.

Executive Vice President for External Affairs

The Executive Vice President of External Affairs represents a strategic and important leadership role in the Foundation. This person is one of three direct reports to the Chief Executive Officer and should bring a sophisticated and innovative capacity to leverage the Foundation’s brand as a conservation leader to raise significant private and public sector resources. The Executive Vice President should bring an engaging capacity and excitement to reach out beyond the nonprofit universe, to work with a new set of partners in the private sector to leverage for-profit markets to achieve conservation objectives. In addition to providing internal leadership, the Executive Vice President will expand the reach and influence of the Foundation through interactions with public, private, and philanthropic leaders. The Executive Vice President should be an individual who thrives on working with leaders who are passionate about investing in the Foundation’s conservation mission and vision .

The Executive Vice President should also have a proven track record of success working with high net worth individuals, managing and developing a team of fundraising professionals, and possessing a demonstrated capacity to engage a high powered nonprofit board of private and public sector leaders. The Executive Vice President will work to create an alignment among the key external affairs functions of the Foundation ? Development and Marketing, Communications and Public Relations, and Legislative, Congressional and Agency Relations.

Moreover, the Executive Vice President should be viewed as a motivating leader who serves an important and strategic role in shaping strategy, guiding the external relations policies and practices of the Foundation, and supporting the interests of the Board. In this role, the Executive Vice President will need to be a person eager to work in an innovative, entrepreneurial and high energy, results-oriented organization.

The Executive Vice President will also provide day-to-day direction to the Development and Marketing, Communications and Public Relations, and Congressional and Agency Relations staff. Because of the breadth of the overall External Affairs program, the Executive Vice President must possess both a vision and an ability to analyze and synthesize complex information that supports the Foundation’s business and strategic goals.

The Executive Vice President must cultivate strong and cooperative working partnerships with government agencies, corporations, foundations, and other conservation partners, and have the presence and stature to engage the highest levels of leadership in these organizations.

The broad goals for the Executive Vice President include:

Explore and implement opportunities for creative partnerships and philanthropic investment opportunities that promote investment at a greater scale in all areas of the Foundation’s work.

Design a strategy which aligns the Foundation’s brand as a conservation leader to materially advance revenue objectives of the organization.

Leverage and expand opportunities for the Foundation’s Board to fully engage in philanthropic activities which dramatically increase unrestricted resources to support innovative program expansion.

Work in close partnership with the CEO and other senior management in order to insure a working culture for all staff that is positive, creative, and highly collegial.

The Executive Vice President should ideally embody the following professional qualifications and personal attributes:

Professional Qualifications:

Demonstrate a record of innovative leadership within the nonprofit, philanthropic, private or public sector.

Experience building a comprehensive fundraising operation which aligns all aspects of revenue development.

Experience working and thriving in close partnership with an engaged Board of Directors.

Experience working with complex budgets, possessing sophisticated financial analytical skills and an interest in evaluation and performance measurement metrics.

Ability to generate and deliver clear and persuasive oral and written communications.

Ability to inspire trust, to organize people into teams and to motivate team members to work well together.

Ability to lead and manage a dedicated professional team.

Personal Attributes

Passionate commitment to the Foundation’s mission.

Ability to listen to others and learn from their best ideas.

Intellectual curiosity, coupled with an innovative and entrepreneurial drive.

Humility and grace, flexibility, an ability to give credit and recognition to others.

Impeccable integrity, high energy level, and the possession of a sense of humor.

Compensation

Compensation for the Executive Vice President includes a competitive base salary and a comprehensive package of employee benefits.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should e-mail a cover letter explaining how your skills and background fit this position and a resume to resumes@explorecompany.com. Please refer to NFWF in the subject line.

Daniel Sherman

President

Explore Company

301.933.8990 fax

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Ned-

Hope you are doing well this summer…not sure if this is too late for this week's JOTW, but we have a VP Healthcare position that we've just posted for our Baltimore/Raleigh firm. This particular position will be based in the Baltimore office. Thanks for putting it out to your network!

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31.) Vice President – Healthcare Business Unit, IMRE, LLC, Baltimore. MD

IMRE, LLC, a Baltimore/Raleigh agency of marketing experts, is seeking a vice president to lead and provide overall strategic vision to our Healthcare business unit. The vice president will direct account teams in the planning, recommending and implementing of proactive and strategic communications initiatives for agency healthcare clients. Working with the agency president, the position is responsible for the overall profitability of the business unit, driving revenue growth and working with existing clients to develop organic growth opportunities for the agency. The vice president is also responsible for the professional development and management of the account teams.

The ideal candidate will have 15 to 20 years of progressively more responsible work experience preferably in an agency setting and an excellent knowledge of health care marketing, digital, social and public relations strategies. Position requires exception oral and written communication skills and a bachelor's degree in mass communications, PR, English, journalism or a closely related field. Masters degree is preferred. Must have exceptional interpersonal skills to effectively interact with a variety of influential internal, external, client, industry, government and community personnel.

We offer a supportive work environment with competitive salary and benefits. Interested candidates should send resume with salary requirements to jobs@imre.com for immediate consideration.

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*** From Suzy Quinn

Hi Ned,

The New York City Charter School Center (Charter Center) is seeking to hire a marketing and communications expert to serve as Director of Marketing and Communications.

Please post the attached job description/requirements in Monday's newsletter. Thanks so much!

Best Regards,

Suzy Quinn

33.) Director of Marketing and Communications, New York City Charter School Center, New York City, NY

BACKGROUND

The New York City Charter School Center is a non-profit organization, established in 2004 by several leading foundations to foster the charter school movement in NYC.

The New York City Charter School Center envisions a future in which all of New York’s students have access to a first-rate public education, so that, no matter their background, they can participate in society on fair terms.The New York City Charter School Center works for that future by supporting charter schools at every stage. We help new Charter Schools get started, support existing schools, and build community support so that highly effective schools can flourish. These schools, in turn, show us what is possible in public education.

Additional background information can be found at www.nycCharterSchools.org

OPPORTUNITY

The New York City Charter School Center (Charter Center) is seeking to hire a marketing and communications expert to serve as Director of Marketing and Communications. The Director of Marketing and Communications will promote the Charter Center’s brand and programs to internal and external stakeholders, including media, schools, board members, funders, community groups and charter parents. The Director will also work closely with the Charter Center’s external public relations consultant to support the organization’s legislative and policy goals and promote the charter sector as a whole.

The position oversees the Online Branding Manager, who is responsible for content on the organization’s website and social media properties, and reports to the Vice President of Strategy & Development.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The Marketing and Communications Director will manage internal and external communications, particularly as they relate to the organization’s programs and the promotion of the charter school sector.

 Effectively market the Charter Center’s services and programs to charter schools and the larger charter community.

 Work collaboratively with the Charter Center staff to develop press releases, marketing materials and events to promote the successes and key milestones of the Charter Center and the NYC charter movement.

 Proactively craft media and web stories to promote and protect the charter movement.

 Develop talking points for the CEO for speaking engagements, conferences and other events.

 Ensure consistency in all external communications by writing and/or editing and approving all print and online communications generated by the Charter Center. This includes op-eds, CEO messages, blog posts, newsletters, e-mail blasts, and urgent notices.

 Oversee Charter Center’s online marketing efforts including supervision of web site design and maintenance.

 Maintain, update and effectively leverage the Charter Center’s brand and key messages to strengthen the organization’s reputation and services.

 Work with the Policy and Advocacy department to develop detailed communications plans to support the Charter Center’s ambitious policy and advocacy goals.

 Coordinate, as appropriate, with partner organizations (political offices, CMOs, charter schools, state and local education departments, state, regional and national charter associations, etc.) on press activity.

 Supervise Online Brand Manager and manage external consultants and vendors as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS

Experience/Skills

 At least 5 years of related work experience, preferably in a nonprofit or government agency

 Working knowledge of charter schools and K-12 education issues

 Experience working with policy and cause communications

 Excellent writing, editing, organizational skills

 Experience crafting stories to pitch to media or for web

 Experience in website development and management

 Experience planning and organizing events

 Ability to manage and promote a non-profit brand with a limited budget

 Ease at managing competing demands and quickly determining the top priorities

 Political acumen to help shape successful communications campaigns

 A bachelor’s degree from an accredited, four-year university

Personal Characteristics

 Hands-on multi-tasker

 Understands the necessity and benefits of team work and collaboration.

 Desire to hold oneself accountable for results and be transparent about success and short comings.

 Commitment to service of NYC charter schools and a drive to problem solve at all levels of work.

 Humility and respect for the hard work of school professionals and school parents.

 Sense of responsibility and stewardship for the philanthropic funds given to the Charter Center.

COMPENSATION

Salary commiserate with experience

Medical and dental benefits

Matching 401(k) plan

APPLY TO

Please send resume and cover letter to elitt@nycCharterSchools.org, or hard copy to New York City Charter School Center, Attn: Human Resources, 111 Broadway, Suite 604, New York, New York 10006.

ANTICIPATED START

July 15, 2011

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

It is the policy of the NYC Charter School Center to provide employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, creed, national origin, age, marital status, disability, prior record of arrest or conviction (except as provided by law), sexual orientation, gender (sex), and to maintain an environment free of discriminatory harassment, including sexual harassment, or retaliation as required by civil rights law. Inquiries regarding compliance with this equal opportunity policy may be directed to the Office of Equal Opportunity.

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06.06.2011: 1208 UTC: Posn: 14:10N – 042:19E: Red Sea.

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29.05.2011: 2300 LT: Posn: 20 miles west of Persenal buoy, Muara Jangkut, Pontianak, Indonesia.

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25.05.2011: NS : enroute from Kuching to port Klang, South China Sea.

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31.05.2011: 1300 UTC: Posn: 13:30N – 042:35E: Red Sea.

Pirates armed with automatic weapons in a skiff fired upon and boarded a bulk carrier underway. All crew retreated into the citadel and requested for assistance. A naval boarding team boarded and searched the vessel and rescued the crew. No pirates found onboard.

02.06.2011: 0335 LT: Jakarta anchorage, Indonesia.

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