JOTW 29-2011


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JOTW 29-2011

www.nedsjotw.com

This is newsletter number 885

“Always be smarter than the people who hire you.”

– Lena Horne

“I don't even know what you're talking about, man. It sounds awesome, though, doesn't it?”

– Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia, who hit the game-winning hit in last night's 16-inning 1-0 victory over Tampa Bay (the game lasted 5 hours and 4 minutes), upon learning his teammates were calling him the “muddy Chicken.”

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In this issue:

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

1.) Director, Global Internal Communications, Johnson Controls, Inc., Milwaukee, WI.

2.) Senior Manager, Internal Communications, Johnson Controls, Inc., Milwaukee, WI.

3.) Senior Manager, Media Relations, Johnson Controls, Inc., Milwaukee, WI.

4.) Director, Communications & External Relations, Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, Washington, DC

5.) Immediate Hire Senior Account Executive-PR, Public Relations Agency, Chicago, IL

6.) Communications Specialist, Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

7.) Part Time Event Marketing Manager, communications firm, Newtown, PA

8.) Director of Business Development, B2B strategic communications company, Newtown, PA

9.) Public Relations Professionals, B2B strategic communications company, Newtown, PA

10.) Account Director, DBC PR+New Media, Washington, DC

11.) Account Executive, DBC PR+New Media, Washington, DC

12.) EveryBlock Community Coordinator, EveryBlock.com (part of Msnbc Interactive News, New York City

13.) Deputy Press Secretary (Contract) (Confidential Search), New York or Washington, D.C.

14.) Executive Director, Communications-Alumni Relations & Development, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

15.) Communications and Energy Policy Professional, Arlington, Virginia

16.) Communications Manager, Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, Cleveland, Ohio

17.) Senior Director, Public Relations, Dolby, San Francisco, CA

18.) Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, The George W. Bush Presidential Center, Dallas, TX

19.) Manager, Public Relations, Norfolk Southern Corporation, Susquehanna, PA

20.) Director, Public & Media Relations, Abt Associates, Bethesda, MD

21.) Sr. Manager, Public Relations, Newegg.com, City of Industry, CA

22.) Global Communications Manager, HTC, Multiple Locations: Bellevue, WA / Slough, UK / Taoyuan, Taiwan

23.) Director, Marketing & Communications, National Parking Association, Washington, DC

24.) Manager, Public and Government Affairs, Kawasaki, Irvine, CA

25.) Strategic Communications Manager, The Nature Conservancy , Worldwide Office, Arlington VA

26.) Media Relations Manager, The Nature Conservancy , Arlington, Virginia

27.) Corporate Communications Manager, Social Media Hyatt Hotels, North Chicago, IL

28.) Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Restaurant.com, Arlington Heights, IL

29.) Internal Communications Manager, Selfridges, London, UK

30.) Director of Public Relations, Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

31.) Senior Communication Consulting Analyst, Marsh & McLennan Companies, US

32.) Media Relations Manager, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA

33.) Communications Representative Staff, Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Solutions – Civil, Rockville, MD

34.) Communications/Government Affairs Associate, Association of Performing Arts Presenters, Washington, D.C.

35.) EXEC DIR OF MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

36.) General Manager/Director of Client Relations, Catholic Review Media, Baltimore, MD

37.) Sales Manager (Advertising), Catholic Review Media, Baltimore, MD

38.) Deputy Director, External Affairs, Drug Policy Alliance, New York, NY

39.) Internet Communications Coordinator, Drug Policy Alliance, Washington, DC

40.) Web and Communications Outreach Coordinator, Environmental Grantmakers Association, New York, New York

41.) Account Executive/Sr. Account Executive, G&S Chicago, Chicago, IL

42.) System Director of Marketing, Adena Health System, Chillicothe, Ohio

43.) PR/Marketing Communications Specialist, AlwaysCare Benefits, Inc., Baton Rouge, La.

44.) Manager, Public Affairs & Communications, Coca-Cola , Pittsburgh, PA

45.) Director, Public Affairs & Communications, Coca-Cola, Eagan, MN

46.) Manager, Public Affairs & Communications, Coca, Cola, Lenexa, KS

47.) Art Director, ZLR Ignition, Des Moines, Iowa

48.) Development and Communications Director, National Radio Project, Oakland, CA

49.) Senior Communication Specialist, Follett Higher Education Group, Oak Brook, IL

50.) Marketing Director, Indianapolis Monthly, EMMIS Communications, Indianapolis, IN

51.) Communications Vice President, Picerne Military Housing, East Greenwich, RI

52.) Website Manager, KeepAmericaFishing™, American Sportfishing Association (ASA), Alexandria, VA

53.) Account Director, PR agency, Boston, MA

54.) Crave Manager, Montelucia Resort & Spa, Scottsdale, AZ

55.) Gelato Maker, Al Dente Italiano, Moorestown, NJ

56.) Yard Dog/Jockey, Maola Milk and Ice Cream Company, New Bern, NC

57.) Become a Chocolatier, Dove Chocolate Discoveries, Anywhere

58.) Gourmet Vendeur, Bellagio – MGM Resorts, Las Vegas, NV

59.) Baker, The Fresh Market, Cary, NC

*** Weekly Piracy Report

…and more! Scroll down and see them all!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

Alex Mitchell; seeking communications position in Chicago

Business-focused, social media-savvy communicator with nine years of experience as a Reporter and Copy Editor for Pulitzer Prize-winning newspapers. Ability to write for audiences on all levels, with a clear and engaging style. Strong understanding of the principles of strategic, measurable business communication. Extensive experience managing project budgets and timelines.

Thanks in advance for your help. You provide a great service!

Alex

Alex Mitchell

Cell: 773-490-9491

Email: alexmitchell35@gmail.com

LinkedIn: Alex Mitchell

Blog: Wordsmith

Twitter: @LinesOfComm

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

can pitch yourself or your business anyway you want, as long as it’s

short and to the point. There is no waiting list.)

*** Edit this!

For those of you who see a better way to express something, check out these edited signs, which take on a whole new meaning!

http://www.happyplace.com/4286/brilliantly-sarcastic-responses-to-completely-well-meaning-signs

*** From Connie Eckard, ABC, IABC Fellow:

Bless you — wherever you are. As for me, I'm in Bloomington, Indiana, home of the University of Basketball. It is freshman orientation week at the University of Indiana, and even FEMA deployees have difficulty finding hotel rooms where they may rest after doing daily battle with the results of earlier storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding. It is in the high 90s here with matching humidity, so don't be in a rush to get back to North America. Just know that we are here and thinking of you — between cold drinks of water.

Thanks for your support. –Connie

*** Breathe:

Ned,

You go off to Turkey and Italy and enjoy some strong coffee and a

biscotti for all of us. Take a break. Breathe. Have fun. Don't worry.

The Nedworkers can be patient! Thank you so very much for all you do

and how well you do it. Your dedication is amazing. I honor you as a

veteran, mentor and colleague!!

Safe travels and cheers to you!

Angie Anderson

Economic & Community Development Department

City of York, Pennsylvania

P.S. I've met you at several PRSA/IABC events: Elizabethtown College,

several conferences

(This is a typical response to my hard drive crash notice.)

*** From Kris Gallagher, ABC:

Ned –

Condolences on the computer issue. Remember this:

This life is a test.

It is only a test.

If this had been a real life, you would have been given further

instructions on where to go and what to do.

(Seems like you're making a good start with Italy…)

Kris Gallagher, ABC

*** From Pat Valdata:

Ned, you're entitled to a holiday. Enjoy Turkey and Italy and don't worry

about JOTW.

I'm envious: two years ago in July I went to Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, and

France with brief stops in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Monaco.

Although being able to cross those borders with ease was certainly an

advantage, I sure wish my passport had stamps from all those countries

instead of just my two entry/exit points: Munich and Dusseldorf.

This year I am stuck at home.

Pat

(If you did something to piss off the customs guys at every boarder you would get some stamps for sure.)

*** Ned, in light of your message about technical problems, I wanted to take a moment and thank you for the JOTW bulletin. It’s been a terrific, consistent service to so many communications professionals. We all appreciate it. Have a good trip!

Carol McConaughy

(IABC-DC member)

*** From Josh Rosenblum:

Hi Ned,

When I saw you had technical difficulties this week as many of us have had at inopportune times, I wanted to share my first thanks to you for years of timely JOTW's. You've brought me and others I've helped with job searching so many fantastic jobs that I hadn't seen elsewhere. From your fun postings in far off lands, to weekly piracy reports to your enjoyable anecdotes, and of course to the wonderful jobs, you've brought an enjoyable Monday morning to me since I first found out about JOTW through a friend years ago. You had no need to apologize to your loyal readers who no doubt appreciate all of your fantastic help, advice, and positive encouragement. So thanks for so many enjoyable JOTW's and thanks for the many on time JOTW's. If you happen to ever send a late one again, it will no doubt be as enjoyable or more enjoyable than your many, many on-time JOTW's!

Thanks so much for your JOTW's. They really do make my Monday mornings! Good luck with your Dell!

Best,

Josh Rosenblum

Washington, DC

*** Carmageddon:

I would have to be there when this happens:

http://blogs.laweekly.com/informer/2011/06/405_freeway_closure_july_16_17_traffic_los_angeles_subway.php

(Turns out they were done by the time I was returning north on the 405 to head west on the 10 to Santa Monica. I had virtually no traffic from San Diego to Pacific Palisades. Now, this morning will be a different story as we drive back south to go to Sea World during LA rush hour.)

*** Rewarding experience:

DRIVE TO BE THE BEST AND BEGIN YOUR QUEST FOR EXCELLENCE

The 2011 Silver Quill winners will be announced at the 2011 Heritage Region

Conference from October 9 – 11 in Detroit; and, while that may appear to be a

ways off, the deadline for Silver Quill entries is right around the corner.

The final deadline is July 22. This is your chance to showcase all of the great work you have accomplished in the past year. All business communicators in the Heritage Region are eligible to enter, and non-IABC members may enter the competition as well.

There are numerous reasons to enter the Silver Quill competition. The summer

deadline allows members to receive the judging critique in time to prepare

entries for IABC’s 2012 Gold Quill competition. All entries receive electronic, detailed evaluations based upon quality consistent standards. Judging is conducted by select panels of experienced communication professionals – ABCs and past Quill winners.

All the pertinent information you need to enter the competition – fees,

categories, etc. – can be found at heritageregion.iabc.com/2011-silver-quill.

Winners will be recognized at the Silver Quill Awards Banquet in Detroit during the Heritage Region Conference.

*** Let’s get to the jobs:

*** From Susan San Martin:

Three JOTW Can’t Wait opportunities with Johnson Controls, Inc.

PLAN B COMMUNICATIONS, LLC launches

Three New Searches for Global Industry Leader,

Johnson Controls, Inc.

Plan B Communications, LLC, a Los Angeles-based retained executive recruiting practice, is pleased to announce that Plan B has been selected to conduct multiple searches for global, Fortune 70 leader, Johnson Controls, Inc. These searches are critical hires within the Corporate Communications group and they include:

1.) Director, Global Internal Communications, Johnson Controls, Inc., Milwaukee, WI.

2.) Senior Manager, Internal Communications, Johnson Controls, Inc., Milwaukee, WI.

3.) Senior Manager, Media Relations, Johnson Controls, Inc., Milwaukee, WI.

Requirements

• Each role requires a minimum of ten years of experience in the Communications discipline.

• Global experience is a must, preferably in a B2B environment.

• The positions are located at the company's global headquarters in Milwaukee, WI. These are not virtual opportunities.

If you meet these minimum criteria, please contact me if you, or a professional you know, are interested in hearing more about these great opportunities.

Thanks!

ssm

Susan San Martin

Principal

Plan B Communications, LLC

Executive Search and Consulting Services

www.planbcomms.com

susan@planbcomms.com

626-458-6760

http://www.linkedin.com/in/susansanmartin

http://www.facebook.com

http://www.planbcomms.com/PlanBCommsBlog

http://twitter.com/susansanmartin

*** From Ken Frager:

4.) Director, Communications & External Relations, Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, Washington, DC

Basic Function

Directs the Communications and External Relations team in the Washington office and works in close cooperation with Dallas colleagues. Aggressively protects, maintains and advances the reputation and image of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®’ with key audiences including media representatives, public policy stakeholders at the federal and state level, and Komen Affiliates. Drafts/edits s copy, news releases, advisories and other media materials. Plays a key role in Komen-sponsored events and leads targeted, mission-focused campaigns/initiatives. Establishes key media and community relationships in the National Capital Area to further advance the mission.

Work Experience:

5+ Years

http://ww5.komen.org/Content.aspx?id=6442453190

*** From Jon Petty:

Hi Ned:

Can you post the following for your readers please? Thanks.

Thanks,

Jon

5.) Immediate Hire Senior Account Executive-PR, Public Relations Agency, Chicago, IL

Ref. #0647

Award-winning PR firm in Chicago (River North) with national/international clients seeks Senior Account Executive to service consumer clients including consumer products/electronics, housewares, health and travel. Candidate must be media savvy, a quick study, and have a successful track record in managing client projects and staff. Fast-paced agency. Benefits include health insurance, 401(k), flex time. Immediate hire.

Qualifications:

4-5 years of demonstrated success i n consumer PR/integrated marcom. Prior agency and supervisory experience preferred; will consider non-agency candidates. Must have successful media placements in wide variety of media and high-level media contacts to secure placements. Excellent writing and editing skills, including the ability to construct press releases that generate interest and promote clients’ products, are necessary. Successful candidate will thrive in a fast-paced, client-driven work environment.Responsibilities:Lead travel and housewares client accounts. Manage client relationships and budgets. Think strategically and provide clients with well-thought out plans, backed by research and experience. Perform competitive analyses, follow industry trends. Supervise and mentor junior staff. Roll up sleeves and do hands-on work, including pitching.

Please forward your resume as a .doc, along with writing samples, and detailed cover letter including salary. Send materials to Lynn Hazan, Lynn Hazan & Associates, PR@lhazan.com. We appreciate a follow up call at 312.863.5401. http://tinyurl.com /3vah4b5

*** From April Bogle:

Hi, Ed! Here’s a new job listing for you. Thanks for all you do! – April L. Bogle

April L. Bogle

Director of Public Relations and Information, Center for the Study of Law and Religion

Communications Senior Advisor at Candler School of Theology

Candler School of Theology at Emory University

6.) Communications Specialist, Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

The Communications Specialist consults with management and staff to design, develop and maintain a World Wide Web site. Develops, writes and edits various communications materials including correspondence, newsletters, brochures and articles. Develops and maintains effective methods for distributing communication materials and information. Maintains required record-keeping and documentation. May train staff in the use of communications technology. Performs related responsibilities as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in a related field and three years of related experience, or equivalent combination of experience, education, and training.

Overview

The Communications Specialist assists in the implementation of the School’s comprehensive communication and marketing strategy.

Roles and Responsibilities

• Writes, edits, and develops news articles for print and electronic distribution

• Writes, edits, and develops various communications materials for print and social/electronic media, such as e-newsletters, brochures, fliers

• Maintains the news function of Candler’s website and coordinates content updates with other functional areas

• Addresses the communications needs of functional areas as assigned by Director

• Assists in the creation of marketing plans for specific events, programs, and initiatives

• Develops and maintains effective methods for distributing communications materials and information, including social media platforms

• Maintains records of School’s printed/electronic communications materials

• Tracks School’s media coverage and maintains records/hard copies

• Produces short videos suitable for use on School’s website and in social media

• Performs related tasks as required

Reporting Relationship

The Communications Specialist reports to the Director of Communications

Qualifications

• Bachelor’s degree in journalism, English, public relations, communications or related field

• Minimum of three years of communications experience in a related setting

• Excellent written, verbal, and electronic media skills

• Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications

• Ability to create videos for web placement

• Knowledge of commercial print production and print buying

• Ability to employ social media as part of communications strategy

• Experience with ad placement and procurement

• Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite applications

• Creative and proactive professional

• Enthusiastic team player

• Energetic self-starter

• Outstanding customer service skills

http://www.candler.emory.edu/about/positions-available.cfm#Comm

Interested applicants should apply by July 29 at http://emory.jobs. Job Requisition ID 23410BR

*** From Lindsay Cherry:

Hello Ned,

Please find three job listings below (attached as well, for convenience). Let me know if you have any questions regarding any of the details, I would be more than happy to help.

Thank you,

Lyndsay

Lyndsay Cherry

SmartMark Communications, LLC

Lyndsay@smartmarkusa.com

7.) Part Time Event Marketing Manager, communications firm, Newtown, PA

Growing communications firm based in Newtown, PA is looking for a part time event marketing manager to help produce and market industry conferences. Candidate must have experience in marketing and producing industry events, speaker outreach, negotiating venue contracts, and audience development. Must be able to put a marketing plan together and execute upon it.

Please send resume and salary requirements to Lyndsay Cherry at lyndsay@smartmarkusa.com. Indicate in subject Line: Event Manager.

8.) Director of Business Development, B2B strategic communications company, Newtown, PA

A rapidly growing B2B strategic communications company based in Newtown, PA is looking for a Director of New Business to help with global business development. Our company has extensive experience in both the Energy and telecommunications sectors, and is looking to increase its portfolio in these sectors as well as open doors to new markets.

Individual will not only research and develop new business, but act as a spokesperson for the company when traveling and at industry events. Person must have proven track record for success, experience in either or both utilities and telecommunications industries. Person will also be able to travel for business.

Candidate must have:

• 5+ years in sales experience

• Excellent oral and written communications skills

• In-depth knowledge of smart grid

• Familiarity in working in B2B environments

• RFP researching and Response writing

• Familiarity with social media networking channels

Please send resume and salary requirements to Lyndsay Cherry at lyndsay@smartmarkusa.com. Indicate in subject line: Director of Business Development.

9.) Public Relations Professionals, B2B strategic communications company, Newtown, PA

A rapidly growing B2B strategic communications company based in Newtown, PA is looking for a Public Relations Account Executive to help with Account Management and Support.

Individual will have excellent oral and written communications skills and work both independently and in team environments. Experience must include either agency PR experience or in-house corporate communications. Knowledge of how PR and marketing integrate is a plus.

Candidate must have:

• 3+ years serious PR or corporate communications, preferably working with technology clients

• Excellent oral and written communications skills

• Familiarity in working in B2B PR

• Good knowledge of social media

• Ability to multitask

• Must be available to travel for business.

• Preferred Industry Experience: Telecom, Utilities, Transportation, Network Security

Please send resume and salary requirements to Lyndsay Cherry at lyndsay@smartmarkusa.com. Indicate in subject line: PR Account Executive.

*** From Jessica Kenderian:

Hi Ned,

Hope all is well! Can you please post the two below job opportunities?

Thanks,

Jessica

10.) Account Director, DBC PR+New Media, Washington, DC

DBC PR+New Media is a boutique PR firm specializing in public relations and social media for national consumer brands. We are looking for an Account Director who will serve as the client lead on national consumer accounts. Your responsibilities will include managing and implementing our current client initiatives such as:

• Coordinating high profile events for media and consumers

• Conducting national and local media outreach

• Managing client spokespeople

• Securing media-worthy partnerships

• Developing strategic year-long PR campaigns

The ideal candidate must demonstrate the following experience:

• 6+ years demonstrated consumer public relations experience

• PR agency experience required

• Excellent planning and project management skills, including delegation of tasks to appropriate staff

• Have a proven track record of successful media outreach to national and local media outlets

• Special event logistics and planning experience (media events, desksides)

• Superior client relations experience

• Proven experience mentoring and managing staff

• Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, English, Marketing, or a related field.

• Excellent organizational skills

DBC PR+New Media combines button-down organization with highly creative ideas to offer marketing strategy and media relations to a variety of consumer clients. DBC offers competitive salary and benefits. Only candidates that provide a resume and cover letter will be reviewed. Please e-mail and put “AD” in subject line to jobs@dbcpr.com. No phone calls please.

11.) Account Executive, DBC PR+New Media, Washington, DC

We are a boutique PR firm specializing in PR and social media for national consumer brands. We are looking for an Account Executive for 2 national consumer accounts. Your responsibilities will include implementing our current client initiatives such as:

• National and local media outreach

• High profile events for media and consumers

• National PR Stunts

• Media-worthy partnerships

The ideal candidate must demonstrate the following experience:

• 4+ years demonstrated consumer public relations experience

PR agency experience required

Have a proven track record of successful media outreach to national and local media outlets

Special event logistics and planning experience (media events, desksides, etc.)

Bachelor's degree in Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, English, Marketing, or a related field.

Excellent organizational skills

DBC PR+New Media combines button-down organization with highly creative ideas to offer marketing strategy and media relations to a variety of consumer clients. DBC offers competitive salary and benefits. Only candidates that provide a resume and cover letter will be reviewed. Please e-mail and put “AE” in subject line. No phone calls please.

*** From Becca Martin:

Hi Ned, I work for EveryBlock.com (part of Msnbc Interactive News). We're looking to hire a community manager on a contract basis to help us build and manage our user community in New York City. It's currently a part-time job with the potential for extension.

Thanks!

Becca Martin

EveryBlock Community Manager

12.) EveryBlock Community Coordinator, EveryBlock.com (part of Msnbc Interactive News, New York City

http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=qc29Vfw2&v=1&page=Job%20Description&j=oAvOVfwy

Interested candidates can also read more about this role on our blog:

http://blog.everyblock.com/2011/jul/05/coordinator/

*** From Bridget Serchak:

13.) Deputy Press Secretary (Contract) (Confidential Search), New York or Washington, D.C.

The Deputy Press Secretary supports the Press Secretary and Chief Communications Officer in executing a national and regional media strategy through traditional and digital outlets. The Deputy Press Secretary will support day-to-day press operations and media relations and works with the Press Secretary to:

• Handle all media inquiries including national, regional and local

• Execute all media outreach including national, regional and local

• Prepare media briefing materials including press releases

• Prepare media background materials and draft OpEds

• Develop and maintain media database and editorial calendar

• Coordinate media events including press briefings

• Coordinate activities with vendors including PR agencies, media monitoring, editors, writers

• Monitor media and production of media summaries

• Work with team leaders to identify media opportunities

• Conduct media training

• Identify and book surrogate appearances

• Work closely with web editor to push news content on the website and through online media

Qualifications

• Excellent writing skills

• Strong organizational skills

• Experience in creating media support materials including press releases and supporting background materials

• Experience working one on one with online, broadcast and print media journalists

• Political media background a plus

• Strong digital and social media experience

• Knowledge of national, regional and local media markets

• Able to work evenings, weekends as needed with some domestic travel required

• Based in NY/DC. Other locations will be considered

Contact

Interested applicants should email a copy of their curriculum vitae and 2 writing samples to PressSecretary2012@gmail.com. Please put ‘Deputy Press Secretary’ in the subject line.

14.) Executive Director, Communications-Alumni Relations & Development, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Executive Director, Communications: Serve as chief communications officer for Alumni Relations and Development. Working closely with leadership in ARD and with the University's Vice President for Communications, lead the creation and execution of communications that target alumni and donors, creating a seamless and integrated experience for the University's stakeholders. Oversee the development of a campaign communication strategy. Manage all aspects of traditional and interactive communications including design, copy, editorial, websites, social media and email.

Manage the creation of multimedia, print and other materials within the context of a distinctive and consistent branding program. Build a team to support the proposal needs of the President, Principal Gifts and fundraisers. Oversee internal communications channel to foster connections with and amongst Alumni Relations and Development staff and departments. Collaborate with colleagues campus-wide to ensure readiness for the University's next alumni engagement and fundraising campaign across all communication channels. Represent the department on committees university-wide.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or higher required. Master’s degree is preferred. A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible professional experience in nonprofit management, development, alumni relations, marketing, public relations or similar work required.

A minimum of four years of management experience, including staff required.

A minimum of two years of experience developing and monitoring budgets required.

A minimum of two years of experience developing, implementing and managing interactive communication channels or similar required.

University campaign experience preferred.

For a complete job description and to apply:

http://bit.ly/087563Exec

Requisition number: 087563. In addition, please send a copy of your resume/cover letter to Angela Jacobs, Senior Associate Director, Talent Development, angela7@uchicago.edu.

15.) Communications and Energy Policy Professional, Arlington, Virginia

Position Overview

The Cadmus Group, Inc., an environmental consulting firm, is seeking a mid-level writing and communications professional with knowledge of energy and/or environmental policy for our Green Building (GB) practice.

Responsibilities

Daily activities include:

• Writing and editing reports, proposals, and deliverables for Cadmus’ various green building and energy efficiency clients, including PowerPoint presentations, sell sheets, newsletters, progress reports, web copy, training materials, and more.

• Offering energy and environmental policy support to various organizations.

• Supporting the development and implementation of federal, state, and municipal energy efficiency programs and voluntary campaigns.

• Working with EPA’s ENERGY STAR® program for commercial and industrial buildings and the LEED® green building program, as well as other green building, energy efficiency, and sustainability programs and clients.

Requirements

The ideal candidate will be an experienced writer and a detail-oriented problem solver who is able to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced consulting environment. Strong writing, editing, organization, and communication skills are required.

Minimum requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree in communications, environmental studies/science, public policy, or related field

• Proven written and verbal communication skills in English

• 5-10 years related work experience, preferably in consulting/government contracting

• Interest in and commitment to green building and sustainability

• Experience and proficiency in Microsoft Office suite

• Basic analytical skills

• Ability to work well independently and in teams

Preferred

• Demonstrated ability to work with clients and/or manage project work

• Proven analytical skills

• Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Portuguese

Additional Info

Cadmus is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information and to apply, please visit our online center at www.cadmusgroup.com/career_center/

(Position: Green Buildings Policy Professional).

Please mention in your cover letter that you saw this ad in the JOTW email newsletter.

16.) Communications Manager, Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, Cleveland, Ohio

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=345000017

*** From Sean Durkin:

Hi Ned,

Writing to share a job opening at Dolby with your community. Any submissions or questions can be directed to me at this e-mail address (sean.durkin@dolby.com).

Thanks again,

Sean

17.) Senior Director, Public Relations, Dolby, San Francisco, CA

The Senior Director of Global PR will be responsible for advancing the goals, objectives and priorities of Dolby by developing, managing and maintaining relationships with external stakeholders including media, industry influencers, communicating Dolby's strategic messages to various audiences building and protecting reputation and awareness. Leading, coordinating and executing global PR efforts worldwide, advancing the company’s reputation as an industry leader through the development and direction of Dolby’s worldwide strategic corporate and product related external communication initiatives.

The successful leader in this role will direct, motivate and lead the team that reports directly and indirectly to this position including regional PR in Greater China, Korea, EMEA and Japan. Collaborating closely with the respective regional Marketing heads, the Sr. Director will oversee the development of strategic and effective PR strategies for each region. Collaborating closely with social media teams and integrated marketing, the Sr. Director will creatively development programs that significantly increase Dolby’s visibility with influencers of all types.

The Sr. Director will play an important role in external issues management and crisis communications responsible for the development of messaging, media relations and reputation management with key audiences and stakeholders.

The Sr. Director will ensure that there is appropriate staffing, structure, skills and training to meet business needs, where necessary the Sr. Director will introduce new processes or work flows to boost productivity. Develop and manage the annual budget, ensure the effective management and measurement of communication programs and taking corrective action where necessary to ensure objectives are met in a timely and cost efficient manner.

Essential Job Function

Drive globally consistent, high level visibility and leadership presence with the media.

Understand the company’s strategic objectives and drive integration into external communications.

Strategically develop global media strategies, product and corporate PR plans, messaging, and positioning statements as part of a brand-driven integrated marketing strategy aligned with corporate and divisional goals.

Direct, manage, and coordinate all strategic and tactical efforts of global external public relations firms as the primary company interface. Act as primary company interface to the media.

Ensure strong and strategic presence at trade shows and major industry events with media and influencers.

Create proactive issues management and crisis prevention strategies and plans.

Leverage experience with all media: print, broadcast, online to build and position the Dolby brand.

Manage, directly and indirectly, global PR team and all Dolby’s PR agencies.

Demonstrate outstanding writing and editing skills, leverage planning and organizational skills to meet deadlines and simultaneously manage multiple projects.

Develop and manage the annual budget

Education, Skills, Abilities and Experience

BA or BS in Public Relations/Communications or Equivalent

Minimum of 10 years’ experience in progressively senior management of communications, public relations, and a strong understanding of the business needs and competitive challenges

Proven track record in developing strategies and executing successful, measurable external communications programs and effective budget management

Significant experience developing and executing a consistent approach and framework across global external communications efforts and channels

A seasoned professional with a sophisticated approach to motivating employees and peers; demonstrated ability to serve as a trusted advisor and strong and collaborative leader

International outlook and disposition with experience of working in global markets

Successful in analyzing and measuring tangible results based on business objectives

Strong track record of building partnerships with external organizations and stakeholders

Outstanding organizing and leadership skills

Articulate, strategic, and pragmatic problem-solver with ability to excel in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment

Highly experienced in effectively communicating with all levels and business partners

Experienced in identifying, recruiting, mentoring and leading multi-national teams

Team Player

Job ID: 2210; Duration: Full Time

Any submissions or questions can be directed to me at this e-mail address (sean.durkin@dolby.com).

*** From Mark Sofman:

18.) Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, The George W. Bush Presidential Center, Dallas, TX

http://bit.ly/osnyDM

19.) Manager, Public Relations, Norfolk Southern Corporation, Susquehanna, PA

http://bit.ly/oxQolk

20.) Director, Public & Media Relations, Abt Associates, Bethesda, MD

http://bit.ly/ptiRgF

21.) Sr. Manager, Public Relations, Newegg.com, City of Industry, CA

http://bit.ly/obCACD

22.) Global Communications Manager, HTC, Multiple Locations: Bellevue, WA / Slough, UK / Taoyuan, Taiwan

http://bit.ly/ronlRU

23.) Director, Marketing & Communications, National Parking Association, Washington, DC

http://wapo.st/kcf0NV

..and for the powersports enthusiasts on JOTW:

24.) Manager, Public and Government Affairs, Kawasaki, Irvine, CA

http://bit.ly/qz2FVn

*** From Sandra Rodriguez :

25.) Strategic Communications Manager, The Nature Conservancy , Worldwide Office, Arlington VA

ABOUT US

The Nature Conservancy is the world’s leading conservation organization, working in all 50 states and more than 33 countries. Founded in 1951, the mission of The Nature Conservancy is to preserve the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Manages and implements marketing strategies that support the Conservancy’s work with the private sector. Conducts research and analysis on key audience segments (government, industry) and identifies opportunities to increase visibility and relevance. Develops editorial schedules that consistently deliver engaging and educational content (feature stories, web/blog posts, videos) highlighting the Conservancy’s on-the-ground work, and furthering awareness of the solutions and value that nature provides (sustainable development/development by design, food/water security, climate hazard protection). Responsible for managing organization’s presence at key partner events and announcements, including risk assessment, issues monitoring, and materials development (Q&As, backgrounders, press releases). Works closely with various constituents such as department staff, field offices, program directors, science staff, vendors and corporate partners to manage projects, deliverables and timelines.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

•Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, Business Management or related field and a minimum of 5 years related experience or equivalent combination.

•Experience using written and oral communications, and experience editing.

•Experience in managing client/customer relationships.

•Experience using all MS Office suite software.

•Experience coordinating, managing and implementing projects.

•Agency or non-profit experience a plus.

ADDITIONAL JOB INFORMATION

•Understanding of traditional and social media principles.

•Experience developing web strategy and content.

•Experience in coordinating events [press conferences, site visits, etc]

•Strong project management skills.

•Ability to work in a team-based environment with internal and external partners.

•Strong multi-tasker with ability and willingness to change directions quickly due to shifting priorities.

•Knowledge of corporate social responsibility or cause-related marketing a plus.

•Some travel expected.

•This position has no direct reports, but may be responsible for convening and leading teams from across the organization.

•Financial responsibility may include working within a budget to complete projects; negotiating and contracting with vendors; and assisting with annual budget development.

BENEFITS

The Nature Conservancy offers competitive compensation, excellent benefits, flexible work policies and a collaborative work environment. We also provide professional development opportunities and promote from within. As a result, you will find a culture that supports and inspires conservation achievement and personal development, both within the workplace and beyond.

HOW TO APPLY

To apply to position number 13373 submit resume and cover letter as one document.

All applications must be submitted in the system prior to 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on Monday July 11th 2011. Failure to complete all of the required fields may result in your application being disqualified from consideration. The information entered in the education and work experience sections are auto screened by the system based on the basic qualifications of the position.

You must click submit to apply for the position. Click save if you want to be able to return to your application and submit it later. Once submitted, applications cannot be revised or edited.

www.nature.org/careers

26.) Media Relations Manager, The Nature Conservancy , Arlington, Virginia

ABOUT US

The Nature Conservancy is the world’s leading conservation organization, working in all 50 states and more than 33 countries. Founded in 1951, the mission of The Nature Conservancy is to preserve the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

The goal of the media department is to help national and global print, radio, TV and web reporters tell stories that demonstrate the value of nature. This individual is part of a broader team of skilled marketing professionals in the Strategic Communications division at the Worldwide Office of The Nature Conservancy. This team consists of senior messaging, web, and media experts all focused on the organization’s top global conservation strategies and policy priorities.

This media manager position serves two roles. First, s/he is responsible for increasing visibility and relevance with key public and private sector targets essentially raising awareness of the Conservancy’s work with corporations, governments and key industries. Second, s/he will elevate the Conservancy’s brand globally in partnership with in-country staff from places that may include China, Indonesia, Brazil, Africa or more. S/he will create and manage the first-ever network of international, in-country media staff who will meet regularly to support one another, share story ideas and leverage the power of the Conservancy’s work in all 50 states and 35 countries.

S/he reports to the director and will work with a team of four media staff to build relationships with reporters, pitch stories, develop and lead media training for global spokespeople and manage editorial calendars. All activity will be tracked using our Vocus software system. The individual will coordinate activity with teammates who will socialize stories on Facebook, Twitter, etc. and build web packages.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, English, Marketing or related field and a minimum of 5 years related experience or equivalent combination.

Experience in client and account management.

Experience writing, editing, proofreading, and with oral communications.

Experience with all MS Office suites functions.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS:

Agency or non-profit experience a plus.

Experience pitching media, coaching spokespeople and condensing messages into soundbites.

Fluency in other languages a plus.

Experience with Vocus and Nexis a plus.

Understanding of traditional and social media principles.

Ability to work in a team-based environment with internal and external partners.

Demonstrated ability to conceive and write creatively for various audiences, from technical information.

Strong oral and written communication skills with ability to articulate ideas in a compelling manner.

Strong multi-tasker with ability and willingness to change directions quickly due to shifting priorities.

Public relations, policy communications, or reporter experience a plus.

Proven ability to work effectively with executives and senior management. Account management experience desirable.

Ability to initiate story placements and respond to media inquiries

Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills.

Excellent interpersonal skills

Ability and willingness to (minimally) travel domestically or internationally.

Personal passion for preserving and protecting the natural world with a belief in the mission, principles, and values of The Nature Conservancy’s global approach to conservation.

BENEFITS

The Nature Conservancy offers competitive compensation, excellent benefits, flexible work policies and a collaborative work environment. We also provide professional development opportunities and promote from within. As a result, you will find a culture that supports and inspires conservation achievement and personal development, both within the workplace and beyond.

HOW TO APPLY

To apply to position number 39115, submit resume and cover letter as one document.

All applications must be submitted in the system prior to 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on July 23, 2011.

Failure to complete all of the required fields may result in your application being disqualified from consideration. The information entered in the education and work experience sections are auto screened by the system based on the basic qualifications of the position.

You must click submit to apply for the position. Click save if you want to be able to return to your application and submit it later. Once submitted, applications cannot be revised or edited.

www.nature.org/careers

EOE STATEMENT

The Nature Conservancy is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

27.) Corporate Communications Manager, Social Media Hyatt Hotels, North Chicago, IL

http://job.jobcrank.com/USA-IL-North-Chicago/General/2406898-Corporate-Communications-Manager-Social-Media.aspx

28.) Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Restaurant.com, Arlington Heights, IL

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?ipath=EXGOO&siteid=CBSIMPLYHIRED&Job_DID=J8E3VX6SPW5D7KD0Z20

*** From Nicholas Stephenson:

29.) Internal Communications Manager, Selfridges, London, UK

http://www.internalcommsjobs.com/viewjob.asp?numStartRecord=10&numJobID=5476

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

30.) Director of Public Relations, Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

http://www.jobtarget.com/link.cfm?c=N7gGICamvEcH

31.) Senior Communication Consulting Analyst, Marsh & McLennan Companies, US

http://careers.mercer.com/job/Senior-Communication-Consulting-Analyst-Job/1326533/

*** From Aaron Weinberger:

Dear Ned,

A colleague of mine in MIT’s News Office passed your info along. I’d be grateful if you would include our posting for a Media Relations Manager in your next newsletter.

Many thanks,

Aaron Weinberger

Aaron Weinberger

Human Resources and Faculty Governance Administrator

Office of the President

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cambridge, MA

32.) Media Relations Manager, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA

MEDIA RELATIONS MANAGER, News Office, to act as the deputy to the director of media relations, translating the News Office's vision and goals into projects, actions, and systems. Will ensure that the execution of the department's work is done to the highest professional standards; manage day-to-day department operations; work closely with the media during crises and emergencies; promote MIT news, research, and events to the news media and other internal/external audiences; pitch stories to national and international media outlets; prepare and distribute supporting press materials; organize media coverage of major announcements and initiatives; respond to inquiries and interview requests from reporters, producers, and the general public; plan and manage high-level projects, events, and campaigns that will generate increased visibility for MIT in the news media; and interact with journalists on a daily basis, cultivating relationships with key science and technology reporters.

REQUIREMENTS: four years of media relations experience; a bachelor's degree; experience managing projects, people, and the overall work and objectives of a public relations team or similar body; and superior interpersonal and communications skills, including the ability to interact with staff, high-level faculty, and the media. Seek highly organized and motivated individual who understands the workings of the news media. Must possess excellent writing skills; the ability to compose various types of basic business communications; and good spelling, grammar and proofreading skills. Familiarity with Microsoft Word, FileMaker, and Excel required. Should enjoy working both independently and as part of a team on a variety of projects in a busy office environment.

Occasional evening and weekend hours will be required.

Interested candidates should apply online at http://sh.webhire.com/servlet/av/jd?ai=631&ji=2558881&sn=I

*** From Kimberly Jaindl Brannigan:

Hi Ned,

I’m hoping you can please include this job opportunity in an upcoming edition of JOTW:

Appreciate your support – and hope that all is on the mend with your computer!

Cheers,

Kimberly Jaindl Brannigan

Communications & Public Affairs

Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Solutions

33.) Communications Representative Staff, Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Solutions – Civil, Rockville, MD

This individual will support all aspects of communications for one of six lines of business within Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Solutions – Civil. The role will include developing and executing all aspects of external communications, employee communications and community relations. Responsibilities include writing and producing strategic communications plans, speeches, talking points, media pitches and other communications to support the Line of Business. Other duties include writing, editing, social media activities, thought leadership, and website management. In addition to supporting the Line of Business, the communicator will be responsible for various cross-business communications.

Full job description and submission instructions may be found at: http://www.lockheedmartinjobs.com. Search using Req ID# 203917BR

34.) Communications/Government Affairs Associate, Association of Performing Arts Presenters, Washington, D.C.

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=273100022

35.) EXEC DIR OF MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

http://www.insidehighered.com/career/seekers/posts/view/219213

*** From Chris Gunty:

Ned,

Please list the following on next week's list.

Thanks,

Chris Gunty

36.) General Manager/Director of Client Relations, Catholic Review Media, Baltimore, MD

Catholic Review Media publishes The Catholic Review, the newspaper for the

Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore, and includes other publishing divisions.

We’re looking for a General Manager/Director of Client Relations to be a part of the management team for one of the premier niche publishing operations on the East Coast.

We need someone to work with our CEO/Associate Publisher to implement our strategic plan and direct the operations side of the publications. We’ll be launching new products around Q1 2012, and we need someone who can manage the business and sales staff, while focusing on customer relationships for all existing product line developing new product lines.

We seek someone with: Comprehensive knowledge of media (print, social, internet); Understanding of advertising, identity-branding, public relations,

marketing, sales, alliances, and inventory principles and techniques; Ability to analyze and act upon data and reports; develop internal targets and benchmark; Ability to conduct and evaluate market research; Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the Catholic Church and its social communications ministry; and commitment to the goals of Catholic Review Media; Ability to lead and coach staff to success.

Full-time, competitive salary and benefits; 5+ years management experience

needed. Info at tinyurl.com/cr-gmjob.

About our Company: Catholic Review Media communicates the Gospel and its impact on people’s lives in the Archdiocese of Baltimore and beyond. We currently have a print newspaper, and are engaged in some social networking. With 180 years of heritage behind us, we’re about to embark on implementation of a strategic plan that will launch several new products to reach multiple audiences on multiple platforms, and that could transform the way readers consume Catholic media.

If that sounds exciting to you, send your résumé and a one-page cover letter to gmjob@catholicreview.org. Mention “General Manager – JOTW” in the subject line

of your submission, so Ned's list gets the h/t for connecting us.

37.) Sales Manager (Advertising), Catholic Review Media, Baltimore, MD

Catholic Review Media publishes The Catholic Review, the newspaper for the

Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore, and includes other publishing divisions.

We’re looking for a Sales Manger lead our Advertising Executives and build

revenue for our other product lines for one of the premier niche publishing

operations on the East Coast.

We need someone who loves to sell and is passionate about inspiring others to do so. We’ll be launching new products around Q1 2012, and we need someone who can manage sales staff, while focusing on customer relationships and building revenue.

We’re looking for someone with: Comprehensive knowledge of media (print, social, internet); experience with new business development, consultative sales process and key account management skills; understanding of digital media including mobile and tablet technology, web analytics and pay-per-clicks; comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the Catholic Church and its social communications ministry, and commitment to the goals of Catholic Review Media; ability to lead and coach staff to success.

Full-time, competitive salary, plus commission and benefits; 5+ years sales

experience (3+ years management experience) needed. Info at tinyurl.com/cr-jobpage.

About our Company: Catholic Review Media communicates the Gospel and its impact on people’s lives in the Archdiocese of Baltimore and beyond. We currently have a print newspaper, and are engaged in some social networking. With 180 years of heritage behind us, we’re about to embark on implementation of a strategic plan that will launch several new products to reach multiple audiences on multiple platforms, and that could transform the way readers consume Catholic media.If that sounds exciting to you, send your résumé and a one-page cover letter to jobs@catholicreview.org. Mention “Sales Manager – JOTW” in the subject line of your submission, so Ned’s list gets the h/t for sending you our way.

*** From DeDe Dunevant:

Two from the Drug Policy Alliance – thanks for sharing them.

38.) Deputy Director, External Affairs, Drug Policy Alliance, New York, NY

http://www.drugpolicy.org/about-us/jobs-and-internships/deputy-director-external-affairs-new-york

39.) Internet Communications Coordinator, Drug Policy Alliance, Washington, DC

http://www.drugpolicy.org/about-us/jobs-and-internships/internet-communications-coordinator-campaigns-washington-dc

40.) Web and Communications Outreach Coordinator, Environmental Grantmakers Association, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=344600033

*** From Kris Gallagher, ABC:

41.) Account Executive/Sr. Account Executive, G&S Chicago, Chicago, IL

G&S Chicago has an opening for a bright, energetic AE/Sr. AE. The candidate should have excellent writing, media relations and client skills. Experience in agency and/or corporate environment preferred, but a background in journalism or related field will be considered. We are seeking someone who is strategic, creative and wants to take their career to the next level. A minimum of 3 years work related experience is required. Send resumes to careerchi@gibbs-soell.com.

*** From John Lenihan:

42.) System Director of Marketing, Adena Health System, Chillicothe, Ohio

Organization Highlights:

• Serving more than 650,000 people in 13 counties in South Central Ohio, Adena Health System features more than 100 partnered physicians at 28 practices.

• In addition to two acute care hospitals, the health system also features outpatient clinics, surgery centers, medical office buildings and a counseling center, among other facilities.

• Founded in 1895, Adena provides leading edge services including heart, cancer, women's health, children's health, and orthopedics.

• Adena has received several accolades and recognitions from such institutions as HealthGrades, the American College of Surgeons, Computer World, and the American Diabetes Association.

Position Details:

Reporting to the Chief Strategy Officer, the System Director of Marketing will be accountable to system leadership for managing and executing strategic marketing for the Adena Health System.

Qualifications:

• A bachelor's degree in business, marketing or related field. An advanced degree in one of these disciplines is preferred.

• Five years of senior level experience in marketing leadership.

• Experience in organizations, industries, and environments that are constantly changing is essential.

• Ideal candidates will have a track record of success in all facets of strategic marketing, with particular emphasis on branding and digital/social media.

• Prior experience in healthcare is preferred, but not required. Most important is the ability to speak confidently of a track record of success in organizations within or outside of healthcare that, across an array of services or products designed to meet a wide variety of different consumer needs, offer an overarching brand promise that consistently puts the customer first in a patient-centric delivery model.

• The successful candidate will be a proven, results-driven yet people-oriented leader, adaptable and embracing of change, collaborative and competitive, experienced with building a team, whose operating style will be described as highly visible, accessible and entrepreneurial, and is a strong, open, and transparent communicator.

• The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills, along with well-developed public speaking skills, and the ability to understand and present complex issues from both the vantage point of the consumer and the internal stakeholder.

Interested candidates or those wishing to share referrals should contact John Lenihan at 816-795-1947 or email John.Lenihan@ihstrategies.com.

*** From From Rene Milligan:

Ed,

Please find enclosed a new job opening for your JOTW email. I joined your list several years ago when I was considering a career change/workplace move, and have enjoyed using it periodically since, if only to review the marketplace.

Now I ask your help to promote an opening in my work group.

Thanks in advance for your help, and for all you do to promote job search (and finding!) for PR practitioners.

Rene Milligan

Mr. René L. Milligan, Director, Group Marketing

AlwaysCare Benefits, Inc. (a Starmount Life Insurance Company)

Baton Rouge, LA

43.) PR/Marketing Communications Specialist, AlwaysCare Benefits, Inc., Baton Rouge, La.

Overview:

Fast-growing, flexible employee benefits and insurance company seeks full-time PR/marketing communications specialist with strong fundamentals and business experience in social media to help plan and implement internal and external communications, including local, national, business and trade media relations; employee communications; and the company’s social media strategy.

AlwaysCare Benefits (part of the Starmount Life Insurance family) is a national provider of employee benefit coverage including group dental and vision insurance, group life and disability insurance, and group critical illness and accident insurance for businesses, associations and public entities. Starmount/AlwaysCare has also been named one of America’s fastest-growing private companies (Inc. 5000) three of the last four years.

Duties/Responsibilities:

• Help develop and implement corporate communication strategies, tactics and messages, including marketing communications and public relations.

• Prepare and disseminate press releases, media pitches, by-lined articles and interview responses through local and regional media, regional and national business and trade media, and online media.

• Help develop and implement social media strategy, procedures and tactics to achieve business and corporate objectives.

• Work with marketing, sales teams, provider relations and executives to determine objectives and message design.

• Help maintain the company’s favorable public image among various audiences, including customers, dental and vision care providers, employers, independent insurance agents, Members (employees) and strategic partners.

• Conduct independent and guided research to develop strategies, tactics, key messages and communications.

• Measure, analyze and report outcomes of PR and marketing activities.

Requirements:

• Passion for and experience in PR and marketing communications planning, pitching, writing and measurement, using traditional and social media practices and tactics.

• Strong background in AP style and writing. (Portfolio or other evidence required.)

• Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, English or the like, plus three to five years professional experience in PR, with demonstrated experience in social media.

• Good judgment, impeccable character and self-discipline to plan and accomplish media-related goals, build and maintain strong relationships, start and end projects on time.

• Proficient in Microsoft Office tools (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), web content management and social media management/measurement tools.

• Experience with media database management and distribution tools (Vocus, Cision) preferred.

• Experience in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and/or digital video production for web desired, but not critical.

Application Instructions:

To apply, visit http://starmountlife.myexacthire.com and Search Jobs or Submit an Application.

*** From Racquel White:

Hi All – We have a few Public Affairs and Communications roles in the U.S. See the links below and apply online if interested. Feel free to share this email with interested parties. Diverse candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Thanks.

Racquel White

Coca-Cola Refreshments

44.) Manager, Public Affairs & Communications, Coca-Cola , Pittsburgh, PA

http://www.enjoycareers.com/jobdescription.aspx?JobID=2311597&search=y&cntryCode=US&stateID=All&cities=All&catID=10&keyword=&citysearch=true&locValue=PA&CntryText=UNITED STATES&StateText=PA&CatText=Global Business Functions

45.) Director, Public Affairs & Communications, Coca-Cola, Eagan, MN

http://www.enjoycareers.com/jobdescription.aspx?JobID=2311598&search=y&cntryCode=US&stateID=All&cities=All&catID=10&keyword=&citysearch=true&locValue=MN&CntryText=UNITED STATES&StateText=MN&CatText=Global Business Functions

46.) Manager, Public Affairs & Communications, Coca, Cola, Lenexa, KS

http://www.enjoycareers.com/jobdescription.aspx?JobID=2190293&search=y&cntryCode=US&stateID=All&cities=All&catID=10&keyword=Communications&citysearch=true&locValue=KS&CntryText=UNITED STATES&StateText=KS&CatText=Global Business Functions

47.) Art Director, ZLR Ignition, Des Moines, Iowa

http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Art-Director/108716.html

*** From Bridget Serchak:

48.) Development and Communications Director, National Radio Project, Oakland, CA

National Radio Project, producers of the Making Contact radio series and www.radioproject.org, seeks a person with a passion for development, fundraising, and communications. Are you interested in growing your planning and leadership skills, using media as a powerful tool for change, and creating a world where peace and social justice are paramount?

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

A. In collaboration with the Executive Director, lead development activities and co-create the development plan.

1. Grassroots Fundraising (75% of our revenue)

Manage grassroots fundraising efforts to expand our solid base of individual donors.

• Use a variety of off-line and online techniques including crowd-funding, on-line solicitations, EmailNow and DonateNow web pages

• Develop written materials

• Manage our snail mailings twice a year, using Filemaker Pro database

• Gifts processing, data entry, and generate thank you letters along with development intern

• Steward relationships and make ‘direct asks’ of current major donors

• Research and cultivate relationships with prospective donors

• Engage volunteers, board members and staff in fundraising activities

• Support house parties and events

2. Foundation Fundraising

• Write LOIs and grant proposals

• Cultivate relationships with current foundations

• Research prospective foundations

• Gather testimonials from social change groups who benefit from our radio programs

• Manage communications with foundations, and philanthropic networks

B. Communications, Web, and Database Management

Coordinate staff and consultants to build upon current website and e-communications.

• Supervise intern who updates our Word Press web pages each week.

• Manage contractor for HTML and advanced design work

• Send weekly alerts announcing new radio program episode to our email subscribers

• Publish weekly podcasts/RSS feed

• Create monthly E-blasts using Network for Good/Emma service.

• Manage, maintain and expand our email lists and database

• Edit, write, and project-manage E-Newsletters and E-appeals

Compensation: Salary range 40-44k DOE plus healthcare and vacation package; training and professional development opportunities. FT: This is a full-time, 40 hrs a week position at our office in downtown Oakland, CA. For very experienced candidates could be crafted to be 4 days a week, let’s talk.

National Radio Project is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sexual preference, disability, national origin, religion, or economic status.

HOW TO APPLY: Please email your resume, a cover letter detailing the reasons why you are a fit for this position, list three references that can speak to your abilities, and include a writing sample (e.g. proposal, report, article).email to: lrudman[at]radioproject.org

Applications accepted now. Position open until filled.

49.) Senior Communication Specialist, Follett Higher Education Group, Oak Brook, IL

Responsibilities:

Under the supervision of the Director of Internal Communications, this position is responsible for the coordination, development and implementation of the Company's day-to-day internal communications

Specific Responsibilities:

Plans, organizes, and implements a broad-based communications program focused on all FHEG internal audiences.

Oversees the design, functionality, and usage of FHEG's intranet site. This includes maintenance and creating and posting company announcements, news articles and documents related to retail and wholesale operations. Designs intranet pages and features to ensure the site is easily-navigated, user-friendly, and maintains FHEG's site design standards.

Independently writes, reviews, proofreads and sends approved messages and other company-related printed and electronic materials to individuals, small groups or a company-wide audience.

Independently writes a broad spectrum of communications to support specific and complex cross-functional initiatives. Writes speeches, video and voicemail scripts and develops presentations for associates at all levels, including senior executives.

Qualifications:

Bachelor degree in public relations, journalism, English or related discipline. (masters degree preferred).

5-8 years previous internal communication and or marketing experience with decision-making RESPONSIBILITIES

Business Unit Profile:

Follett Higher Education

We help institutions, administrators, faculty and students achieve a shared goal: to fully realize the powerful benefits of higher education..

FOR A COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION AND TO APPLY:

https://sh.webhire.com/servlet/av/jd?ai=518&ji=2555423&sn=I

50.) Marketing Director, Indianapolis Monthly, EMMIS Communications, Indianapolis, IN

Indianapolis Monthly magazine is one of the most respected names among city and regional magazines. With engaging prose and compelling design, Indianapolis Monthly magazine introduces its readers to the people, issues and events that define Indianapolis. Indianapolis Monthly magazine is part of Emmis Publishing, the country's leading publisher of city and regional magazines. Emmis titles including Texas Monthly, Los Angeles magazine, Orange Coast magazine, Atlanta Magazine, Indianapolis Monthly and Cincinnati Magazine take home roughly half of the honors presented each year at the City and Regional Magazine awards ceremony.

Indianapolis Monthly has an immediate opening for a self-directed, forward-thinking Marketing Director in executing marketing programs for the print and digital brands, including creating sales and marketing materials and customized client programs. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in creating and managing print and digital programs and promotional events for clients.

Responsibilities include conceptualizing and developing revenue generating programs including multi-platform programs, promotional partnerships, special advertising sections, customized client events and collaborating with the sales staff to design client presentations.

Skills and Qualifications:

Excellent writing and editing skills

Strong communication and presentation skills

Superior time management and organization skills

Experience with marketing programs that include print, digital, event, promotional and retail extensions

The ideal candidate will have marketing experience at a media company

Application Process:

If you are a qualified candidate and interested in this position, we encourage you to apply. Please include salary requirements. The preferred application method is to submit a cover letter, resume and application online at www.emmis.com (http://www.emmis.com/careers/job-board.aspx) .

If applying online is not possible, please mail your resume to:

Keith Phillips

Publisher

Indianapolis Monthly

40 Monument Circle, Ste 100

Indianapolis, IN 46204

NO PHONE CALLS OR WALK-INS ACCEPTED.

*** From Joann Almlof:

51.) Communications Vice President, Picerne Military Housing, East Greenwich, RI

The Communications Vice President is responsible for the development, implementation and management of all aspects of both internal and external communications for Picerne Military Housing to include marketing, advertising, presentations, electronic communications, corporate identity and branding, crisis communications, publications, website management, social media, relationship development, surveys and company image. The Communications VP will be a seasoned communications professional with a record of dynamic, global leadership and will oversee the corporate communications discipline for the company, helping to define and drive priorities.

Responsibilities:

Customer Service

• Ensure regular, effective communications with appropriate government officials in coordination with Government Relations Executive Vice President

• Ensure Public Affairs Offices, Department of the Army, Residential Communities Initiative, Air Force Center for Engineering and Environment and Office of the Secretary of Defense are kept current on positive activities

• Facilitate two-way communication, and responses to feedback and internal communications

Communication

• Public Relations- supports Picerne Military Housing by developing and implementing corporate communications programs designed to increase the awareness and favorable image of Picerne Military Housing, as necessary. Maintain and enhance the corporate image, both internally and externally, through the effective utilization of public relations and internal communications best practices. Strong writer with a thorough working knowledge of AP style, as well as a thorough understanding of military culture.

• Media Relations – should have or develop strong relationships with key members of the media, proactively promoting Picerne Military Housing to the media, and serving as a contact for national media.

• Executive Messaging – should be able to recommend, create and coordinate senior executives’ messages to external and internal audiences, including drafting announcements, public statements, preparing presentations and compiling preparatory documents

• Internal Communications – establishing and maintaining open lines of communications between employees and senior management, and across different departments within the organization

• Reputation Managements – support brand promise, vision, position and achievement of overall business goals across all marketing and communications functions – web, email, mail, phone, social media and physical collateral

• Promote and protect company’s corporate identity

• Provide training in presentation skills and other communications areas to employee population on an ongoing basis

• Oversee development and management of corporate and installation websites in conjunction with functional leaders and MIS as appropriate

Financial

• Develop and meet annually budgeted goals and objectives

• Lead communications/marketing team to meet business goals and objectives with a focus on the bottom line

Team Work

• Provide communications and military culture advice, guidance and training to the corporate team, installation program directors/managers and communications managers and other employees as needed

• Ability to work cross-functionally with peers and other business leaders

Deliverables

• Manage creation of and execute internal and external communications plans.

• Responsible for responding to all news media inquiries while maintaining and protecting the company’s positive image.

• Draft announcements and messages to all employees and for senior leaders as required.

• Maintain awareness of all stories written about the company to ensure consistent messaging to all audiences.

• Manage and maintain crisis communication plans and implement as needed.

Leadership

• Responsible for developing comprehensive strategic communication plans and executing the tactics necessary to achieve desired results. He/she will also be called upon to attend senior executive meetings and add value to the strategic planning process by offering insight into how all stakeholders may be impacted by any communications regarding strategic initiatives.

• Provide leadership, training, support and guidance to communications department and others as required.

• Interface with military leadership at all levels on a regular basis.

Skills and Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree in Communications or related field is required including extensive strategic communications planning experience. Master’s degree preferred.

• Minimum 15+ years experience in public relations and corporate communications, preferably with military Public Affairs experience

• Thorough knowledge of U.S. military organization, culture and procedures

• Self-motivated, positive attitude, flexible, organized, team-oriented, excellent writing, editing, public speaking and presentation skills

• Ability to represent the company professionally and deal with the news media in routine and crisis situations

• Organized, team player who is an effective influencer

• Ability to coach and teach communications skills to others

• Demonstrated ability to lead change in the face of adversity; to challenge the status quo constructively

• Able to provide communications advice and counsel to senior leadership

• Articulate, superb communicator – oral and written

• Decisive individual who possesses a “big picture” perspective

• Must have the ability to manage effectively a variety of complex issues that arise quickly and require immediate attention.

• Ability to translate broad vision and strategies into specific objectives.

• Ability to travel 50% of the time

• Proficient in Microsoft Office. Adobe Creative Suite experience preferred

• Demonstrate a working knowledge publication layout, design and editing skills and apply when appropriate

• Savvy practitioner of social media and technology to tell (and monitor) the Picerne Military Housing story in a timely, effective manner with a creative voice; proven ability to operate across emerging touchpoints and digital communications platforms; strong social media relations (Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter etc) experience desired.

Contact:

Joann Almlof

Director, Talent Acquisition

Picerne Military Housing

1405 South County Trail

Suite 530

East Greenwich, RI 02818

Direct: (401) 228-2873

Cell: (401) 595-1971

Fax (401) 336-2503

*** From Alyssa Hausman:

Can you please add the following job opening to your next message to the JOTW ListServ? Thank you very much!

52.) Website Manager, KeepAmericaFishing™, American Sportfishing Association (ASA), Alexandria, VA

The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) is seeking a full-time Website Manager to maintain the website for KeepAmericaFishingä, an angler advocacy campaign that will unite the sportfishing industry and the nation’s 60 million anglers under one voice. This position will be located at ASA’s office in Alexandria, VA.

Responsibilities

•Day to day responsibility for implementing and coordinating the content, design and functionality of KeepAmericaFishing.org website using the ExpressionEngine content management system (CMS).

•Report to the ASA Vice President and work closely with website stakeholders (Government Affairs, Fundraising, Communications and others) to develop website strategy, identify relevant content, and determine technical features of site

•Donor/ angler advocate database and campaign management using the Salsa Labs electronic constituent relationship management (eCRM) and CMS platform.

Content Management

•Ensure the website contains accurate, up-to-date and engaging content for it’s primary audience – individual anglers

•Coordinate content updates. Write, edit and proof-read site content and email communications. Circulate among website stakeholders to gather feedback and edits. Publish content using website content management system. Ensure consistent style, branding and editorial standards for all web content

•Respond to inquiries from content stakeholders and website users regarding content

•Maintain awareness of outside news and communications regarding relevant issues to recreational fishing

Website Management

•Track and report monthly website metrics using Google Analytics, AddThis.com, Facebook Fan Pages and Salsa Labs. Analyze metrics and site usability and recommend improvements

•Identify and coordinate website updates to continually improve search engine optimization (SEO) rankings

•Coordinate website projects across stakeholders

•Provide first-hand technical support, troubleshoot problems and implement solutions among stakeholders and angler advocates. Interface with web hosting vendor or other technical support as needed

•Work collaboratively with fund raising team to maintain supporter database. Manage monthly campaigns and report results in a timely manner. Provide support and feedback to fund raising team on ways to improve campaign results.

•Identify new opportunities and manage angler advocate database growth and campaigns

Required Skills

•Three to 5 years experience managing content and production for high-traffic websites Strong communications background

•Strong technical skills

•Knowledge of Web design theory and design

•HTML/CSS

•Javascript and PHP recommended but not required

•Proficiency using ExpressionEngine and Salsa Labs CMS preferred

•Knowledge of WordPress, Blogger, Convio, Drupal and/or Joomla CMS recommended but not required

•Adobe Creative Suite (most notably Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Flash)

•Adobe Lightroom

•Ability to work individually without supervision as well as in a team-based setting

•Ability to multi-task and attend to and prioritize the needs of multiple stakeholders

•Knowledge of research and statistical methodology and analysis

•Performance measurement and program evaluation experience preferred

•Previous experience in a public policy setting is a plus but not required

•Nonprofit and/or advocacy experience recommended but not required

•Proven ability to build consensus and work effectively with a cross-functional team

•Proficiency in online social media (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, etc.)

•Knowledge of recreational fishing preferred but not required

To Apply

To apply, please submit your cover letter, resume and the contact information for three references to

AlyssaHausman at ahausman@asafishing.org. Applications are being accepted immediately and this posting

is open until the position is filled.

*** From Scott White:

53.) Account Director, PR agency, Boston, MA

Our Boston area PR agency client is looking to hire an Account Director – just under VP level and a step up from Account Manager. They have been around for 20 years and counting. Independent. Profitable. Boutique by intent – but growing. Stellar clients – some local, others nationals. All technology. You're a name, not a number. What you say matters. At a high level, you will

• Take the lead on as many as five accounts

• Manage in excess of $600K in revenue

• Mentor and manage teams Interface regularly with clients – develop strategy on their behalf and work hands on with the team to put them into action

• Delight your clients so much that they expand the scope of your projects – and attract new clients to the firm and manage those accounts, too

The firm lives and breathes technology. Supply chain, security and IT services are sweet spots and they are working with clients on other innovative projects, including

• Integrating with marketing organizations on lead generation initiatives

• Customer experience beyond front-end software, such as analytics and products, etc.

• Machine-to-machine (M2M) technologies

• We are looking for people who

• Have six or more years of PR agency experience; B2B technology experience a must!

• Have the poise, professionalism and insights to interact directly with clients in the c-suite.

• Grasp the concepts of and understand how to leverage word of mouth marketing activities.

• Write well. And succinctly.

• Understand business and how communications can deliver business results.

• Have a track record of delivering ROI for clients.

• Detest office politics.

• Have a point of view.

Resumes to scott@hireminds.com

*** JOTW Weekly alternative selection:

*** From Mark Sofman:

Here you go Cap'n. I surmise that many nedworkers anticipate a surfeit of stuff after your hard drive meltdown. Given Federal employment reports and numbers (generally shitty) that might be expecting too much. In any case, I'm a devotee of JOTW and here's my contribution:

54.) Crave Manager, Montelucia Resort & Spa, Scottsdale, AZ

http://bit.ly/mV8r0N

55.) Gelato Maker, Al Dente Italiano, Moorestown, NJ

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56.) Yard Dog/Jockey, Maola Milk and Ice Cream Company, New Bern, NC

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57.) Become a Chocolatier, Dove Chocolate Discoveries, Anywhere

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58.) Gourmet Vendeur, Bellagio – MGM Resorts, Las Vegas, NV

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59.) Baker, The Fresh Market, Cary, NC

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*** Weekly Piracy Report:

16.07.2011: 0340 UTC: Posn: 13:36.3N – 050:17.3E, Gulf of Aden.

Six pirates in a skiff chased a bulk carrier underway. Master raised alarm, crew proceeded to citadel and security guards on board a fired hand flare. The pirates continued to chase the ship and closed to a distance of 300 metres from the ship. The security guards fired a warning shot upon sighting guns, RPG and ladder's on the skiff. The pirates aborted the attempted attack and moved away. Incident reported to the warship.

13.07.2011:03.05 LT: Posn:20:39.2N-106:53.6E, Hai Phong Pilot Station, Vietnam.

Five robbers armed with knives boarded a container ship at anchor during heavy rain. Robbers jumped overboard when sighted by ship's crew. Ship's stores stolen.

13.07.2011: 0717 UTC: Posn: 12:44N – 043:18E, Bab el Mandeb straits, Red Sea.

Pirates armed with guns in two skiffs chased and approached a chemical tanker underway. Master mustered crew and ship’s security team was deployed to the bridge wings. On sighting the security team, the pirates aborted the attack and moved away.

08.07.2011: 2015 UTC: Posn: 14:32N – 120:55E: Manila south anchorage, Philippines.

Duty watchman onboard an anchored container vessel noticed three robbers boarding the vessel from a boat near the forecastle. He informed the duty officer who raised the alarm and reported to port authorities. Seeing crew alertness the robbers escaped with stolen ship stores.

09.07.2011: 2140 UTC: Posn: 09:06.0N – 014:06.3W, Conakry, Guinea.

Pirates in a motor boat approached a drifting bulk carrier. Duty officer noticed the approaching boat and raised alarm and crew mustered. Pirates fired machine guns and RPG at the vessel and moved away. Vessel proceeded further out to sea.

06.07.2011: 0023 UTC: Posn: 12:29N – 044:44E: around 20nm SW of Aden, Gulf of Aden.

Seven pirates boarded a tanker which had stopped. It was later reported that the pirates had left the vessel due to a possible fire on board the vessel. Due to the fire the crew abandoned the vessel and were rescued by a nearby coalition naval vessel.

04.07.2011: 0415 LT: Posn: 06:05.9S – 106:53.0E, Tg. Priok port, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Three robbers armed with knives boarded a berthed bulk carrier during discharging operations via the shore side cargo net. Duty crew noticed the robbers near the forward store and informed the D/O who raised the alarm. The duty crew tried to stop the robbers from stealing but was threatened with a knife. The robbers lowered the stolen properties into a small boat on the sea side and escaped.

01.07.2011: 2341 LT: Posn: 01:16.6N – 104:12.8E, around 3.7nm south of Tg. Ayam, Malaysia.

Robbers in four fast moving boats attempted to board a bulk carrier underway. Alarm raised, fire hoses activated, all deck lights switched on, anti-piracy crew directed searchlights towards the boats, evasive manoeuvres carried out in the restricted TSS lane and TIS Singapore informed. After several attempts, the boats aborted the attack and moved away.

01.07.2011: 1835 UTC: Posn: 01:31.6N – 104:32.2E, South China Sea.

Duty officer onboard a tug towing a barge sighted three pirates armed with knives. Alarm raised and crew alerted. Upon hearing the alarm, the pirates escaped in their speed boat. A search was conducted and no pirates were found onboard and nothing was stolen. The tug continued her passage. View

30.06.2011: 0630 UTC: Cat Lai anchorage, Vietnam.

While at anchor, the duty officer onboard a container ship noticed two boats approaching the vessel. He instructed the duty ABs to investigate. The persons in the boat pretended to be fishermen trying to sell fish, phone cards fruits etc. The boat people engaged the Abs for nearly 30 minutes before moving away. It was later discovered that ship stores had been stolen from the forward stores. Attempts to contact port control was futile.

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