JOTW 34-2011


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JOTW 34-2011

August 22, 2011

www.nedsjotw.com

This is newsletter number 890

“Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces up, snow is exhilarating; there is no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.”

-John Ruskin

*** Welcome to the JOTW network. This issue of the JOTW newsletter comes to you from the JOTW World Command Center in Springfield, Virginia, USA.

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In this issue:

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

1.) Senior Director for University Communication, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI

2.) Communications and Media Supervisor, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY

3.) Analyst, Corporate Communications & Marketing, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Abu Dhabi, UAE

4.) Graphic Production Designer – Victoria's Secret, Direct Limited Brands, New York, NY

5.) Digital Editor, Book Apps, Disney Consumer Products (DCP), White Plains, NY

6.) Corporate Communications Writer, Jacobs Engineering Group, Pasadena, CA

7.) Department Assistant Corporate Communications, MTV Networks, New York, NY

8.) Visitor Liaisons, Department of Energy Solar Decathlon, Stratacomm, Washington, D.C.

9.) Senior Communications Manager, Conservation Law Foundation, Boston, Massachusetts

10.) Communications Specialist, Ingram Micro, Santa Ana, CA

11.) Apprentice Development/Communications Coordinator, Sierra Club, Illinois Chapter, Chicago, Illinois

12.) Marketing/Communications Specialist, Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America), Washington, DC

13.) Communications Fellow, Women's Campaign Forum, Washington, D.C.

14.) Account Executive, Praecere, Washington, DC

15.) Editor (English language), International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon, France

Deadline: August 31 2011

16.) Communications Manager, RedRover, Sacramento, California

17.) Director, Corporate Communications, CDW, Vernon Hills, IL

18.) Corporate Communications Project Specialist Texas Health Resources Texas

19.) REGIONAL EPIC COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Providence Health & Services, BURBANK, California

20.) Werkstudent (M/W) Corporate Communications, L'oreal USA, Westphalia, MI

21.) Marketing and Communications, Columbia University, New York, New York

22.) Communications and Digital Signage Manager, University of Maryland Medical Center, (Full-Time), Baltimore, MD

23.) Director, Media Relations and Corp Communications Job, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD

24.) Associate Director/Director, Public Engagement & Corporate Citizenship, MedImmune, Gaithersburg, MD

25.) Communications Manager, Demonstrates Providence Health & Service, RENTON, Washington

26.) E-mail Marketing Manager, Brad’s Deals, Chicago, IL

27.) Writer-Editor (Speechwriter), Broadcasting Board of Governors, Washington DC

28.) Programme Manager, CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands and Brussels, Belgium

29.) Senior Public Outreach Specialist, AAPS, Arlington, VA

30.) Senior Programme Officer, Strategic Communication, IRC, The Netherlands

31.) Senior Publicist, Yale University, New Haven, CT

32.) Sr. Director Marketing Communications: Wayne, PA

33.) Marketing Communications Director, Kling Stubbins, Philadelphia, PA

33.) Assistant Director of Athletic Communications, Athletics & Recreation department, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA

34.) Senior Internet Communications Coordinator, Independence Blue Cross, Philadelphia, PA

35.) Director of Communications, Salesianum School, Wilmington, DE

36.) Public Relations and Association Marketing Manager (Part Time), Anthony J. Jannetti, Pitman, NJ

37.) Public Relations Director, FICO, San Rafael, CA

38.) Communications and Research Uptake Manager, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool, United Kingdom

39.) Communications and Marketing Manager, National Association of Bond Lawyers, Washington, DC

40.) ICT Project Manager, Internews Europe, Paris, France

41.) MENA Project Manager, Internews Europe, Paris, France

42.) Employee Communications, Harris CapRock Communications, Washington, DC

43.) Wire Rope Inspector Trainee, Acuren Inspection, Inc., Denver, CO

44.) Wire Racker/Chemical Packer, AMETEK, New Bedford, MA

45.) Housekeeping, Baldwin Bait & Tackle, Baldwin, MI

46.) Marina Associate-Marion Manor, Oneida Nation Enerprises, Oneida, NY

47.) Retail Associate-Aquarium, Cabela's, Allen, TX

48.) Boat Pilot, Kinder Morgan, Armorel, AR

49.) Shuttle Boat Captain-On Call, Boca Raton Resort & Club, Boca Raton, FL

*** Weekly Piracy Report

…and more! Scroll down and see them all!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

It's time for my next career adventure. With 13+ years agency experience (large, medium and small), I've built expertise in health care (particularly public health), grassroots, community, and multicultural outreach. My experience also includes crisis and issues management, media relations at all levels, partnership development and management, and most things in between. I've done my fair share of managing teams. You can entice me to relocate. I'm here and ready to work. Contact me.

Keith Aikens

404-574-8289

k.aikens17@yahoo.com

Atlanta, GA

(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.)

*** Sign me up:

Hi Ned – As a former AF PA looking for the next opportunity, Miles Wiley indicated that there is a Jobs of the Week Newsletter I should be receiving. Would it be possible for me to be on the distribution list? I would appreciate your support and let me know what you need from me.

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*** Top Five Placement:

Because of customer demand for premium placement in JOTW (yes, really, there is demand from a customer), the JOTW is going to offer a new service called “Top Five Placement.” In addition to special “Can’t Wait” immediate blast announcements, JOTW will also offer to post your position in the top five jobs listed in the weekly newsletter for just $100.

Also, there has been customer demand to offer repeat listings. The JOTW policy is to list a job just once. That’s why your JOTW newsletter is so fresh every Monday morning. But, if you want to repeat your posting, you can pay to post your job at the top of the newsletter for several weeks in a row for $100 per week.

So, here’s the premium placement pricelist:

Can’t Wait posting — $300 per announcement for an many jobs as you want Can’t Wait posting — $300 per announcement for as many jobs as you want (You can also use a Can’t Wait announcement to promote your product or service)

Top Five Placement — $100 per week

Don’t forget — monthly and annual sponsorships are available.

To place a premium announcement in JOTW, contact Ned Lundquist at lundquist989@cs.com.

*** Because of customer demand for premium placement in JOTW (yes, really, there is demand from a customer), the JOTW is going to offer a new service called “Top Five Placement.” In addition to special “Can’t Wait” immediate blast announcements, JOTW will also offer to post your position in the top five jobs listed in the weekly newsletter for just $100.

Also, there has been customer demand to offer repeat listings. The JOTW policy is to list a job just once. That’s why your JOTW newsletter is so fresh every Monday morning. But, if you want to repeat your posting, you can pay to post your job at the top of the newsletter for several weeks in a row for $100 per week.

So, here’s the premium placement pricelist:

Can’t Wait posting — $300 per announcement for an many jobs as you want Can’t Wait posting — $300 per announcement for as many jobs as you want (You can also use a Can’t Wait announcement to promote your product or service)

Top Five Placement — $100 per week

Don’t forget — monthly and annual sponsorships are available.

To place a premium announcement in JOTW, contact Ned Lundquist at lundquist989@cs.com.

*** Causing a stir:

Ned—the coffee creamer came pouring in a little over a week ago…we're set for a millennium! Now we've started to get the school supplies for the kids so that's a good sign. We have a team going out in a bit to hand out what we've gathered so far. Our Brit partners are super grateful and so are we!

Thanks so much for the support!

V/R,

Tom Clementson

MSG/OR-8

Public Affairs Senior Enlisted Advisor

ISAF Joint Command

*** Ned's challenge to the JOTW network:

Please see if you can support this appeal. Send school supplies to:

Tom Clementson

KAIA Attn: IJC PAO

APO AE 09320

*** From Mike Zimet:

A terrific challenge, Captain! My first box (almost 20 pounds of goodies) went out to Kabul last week, and I'll have another one ready today or tomorrow.

Next to donating blood, I can't remember when doing something this easy felt so good.

Knowing the generosity of the JOTW NEDwork, Tom and his partners will probably receive more than they need and be able to spread the wealth elsewhere. Even better!

Cheers,

Mike.

***

From razzmatazz to results

with Shonali Burke, ABC, Shonali Burke Consulting

28 September, 2011

Web seminar

http://www.cvent.com/events/webinar-from-razzmatazz-to-results/event-summary-36e9b56f218240b4b6067ed31b4693e7.aspx

*** From Bridget Serchak:

Ned,

I'm tapping into your creative mind and vast network on behalf of the Code of Support Foundation's Campaign 99 and asking if you could reach out to your JOTW'ers with an important request to help us spread the word about this organization and its efforts. The COS was started by MG Alan Salisbury, USMA '58 (my dad's West Point classmate), as a way to coalese and coordinate the 99% of Americans who have never served in uniform around the 1% of you who have (thanks for your service, Ned!) By offering all Americans an opportunity to sign the COS pledge, the Foundation is providing a tangible way to give meaning to the words “support our troops”. It's really as simple as that.

Click here to read the Code of Support (the Code of Military Conduct is also on the same page – that is the code all servicemen and women adhere to – as you well know): http://codeofsupport.org/read-the-code

Then click here to sign the Code of Support (you have the option of writing a dedication in honor or in memory of a friend or family member who served or who is currently serving in uniform): http://codeofsupport.org/read-the-code/sign-the-code

A copy of all the pledges collected to date – in person and online – will be delivered to the ADM Mike Mullen, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs on September 11, 2011, the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks against the US.

We are hoping to get 100,000 (or more pledges) by then – and one million pledges (or more) by Memorial Day 2012.

Ned, with the 10,000+ members of JOTW, I figured this was a good group to start with – especially with so many JOTW'ers who are either current or former servicemembers and the rest of us who know and have friends and family who have served or who are serving.

Please check out the Web site http://codeofsupport.org/ for more information regarding the Foundation, the organizations who are already supporters (including the Red Cross, the USO, National Guard, US Chamber of Commerce and a host of veterans groups) of our troops and veterans and the COS – and, very importantly, how to get involved with any of them – and, most imminently, the big kickoff event that gets underway the first week of September: a Patriots & Heroes Pacific to Potomac Relay (outlined in the press release below).

As communicators, JOTW'ers could be of special help to us in the communities along the Relay route (see the map here: http://codeofsupport.org/events/pacific-to-potomac-relay) to help us spread the word about the relay, promote or assist with pledge collection events held along the route, and to alert their media contacts that the Relay is coming through their towns – just like the Olympic torch relay. Just drop a line to volunteers@codeofsupport.org if interested/able to assist with this effort in any way.

Ned, however, much of this email you can/want to put into the next JOTW would be fabulous. The COSF would just appreciate as many JOTW'ers pledges as possible to be a visible part of the Campaign 99 – and really show all of our troops and veterans that we really mean it when we say we support them.

Thanks so much as always. Bridget

*** Let’s get to the jobs:

1.) Senior Director for University Communication, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI

The Senior Director for University Communication leads a team of communication professionals responsible for the development and execution of a comprehensive communication plan that aligns with and advances the mission and strategic goals of Marquette University and its academic units. On both a daily and long-term basis, this includes proactive internal communication, media relations, social media, constituent communication and all crisis-related communication. The Senior Director for University Communication also provides counsel to senior administrators on public issues, both in the anticipation of public reaction and the preparation of responses.

Essential Functions 1. Develop long-term communication strategy with the university's senior leadership and key stakeholders throughout the university and directs a team that implements media, internal communication and social media plans.

2. Work collaboratively with the Vice President for Marketing and Communication, identify opportunities to advance the university's reputation and successfully manage high-profile communications.

3. Provide strategic leadership and prepare key messages on important topics and issues that impact the university.

4. Direct the university's communication response to critical situations.

5. Serve as a university spokesperson in addition to the Director of University Communication.

6. Write and/or edit publications, articles, speeches, websites and other communication vehicles.

7. Oversee media relations, including knowledge of local, regional and national media.

8. Provide overall direction for internal communication, and the delivery of information to faculty, staff and students.

9. Ensure the strategic use of new media to engage and communicate with various constituencies.

10. Lead the college beat system, including serving as the primary liaison for a college beat and providing counsel and assistance for marketing and communication initiatives.

11. Understand and keep abreast of best practices in all aspects of public relations and higher education marketing.

12. Serve on the senior leadership team for marketing and communication.

13. Supervise and mentor team members to foster success and professional development.

14. Utilize timely metrics to assess progress.

15. Be on-call regularly, including evenings and weekends, for issues/emergencies.

16. Perform other duties and responsibilities as required, assigned, or requested.

Duties and Responsibilities

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

-Bachelor's degree required in Communications, Public Relations, or related field.

-Requires seven years of senior-level communication strategy and public relations experience and four years of management experience.

-Knowledge of local and national print, broadcast and online media;

-Ability to manage multiple projects and thrive under pressure; and a desire and ability to work in a team atmosphere;

-Must be a creative thinker who is highly motivated, with a strong sense of responsibility, accountability and responsiveness;

-Excellent oral and written communication skills, interpersonal skills, and the ability to deal with diverse constituencies;

-Strong computer competency, to include proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and web-based and social media applications;

-Demonstrated attention to detail, professional attitude, and ability to maintain confidentiality.

Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Graduate degree preferred.

Priority deadline for application: September 2, 2011.

Department Marketing & Communication

https://careers.marquette.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1313664575175

2.) Communications and Media Supervisor, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&site_id=1691&jb=8496896

3.) Analyst, Corporate Communications & Marketing, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Abu Dhabi, UAE

http://www.clevelandclinic-jobs.com/job/Abu-Dhabi,-Uae-Analyst,-Corporate-Communications-&-Marketing/1284939/

4.) Graphic Production Designer – Victoria's Secret, Direct Limited Brands, New York, NY

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Responsible for managing to completion 3¿5 catalogues at any given time from initial design to final production. Inclusive of designing interior pages and some related marketing material, as well as, assisting in layout and film review meetings. Also, will assist teammates with similar projects. Candidate must ensure creative consistency and accuracy in all books while maintaining tight deadlines. Willing to take on new challenges & responsibilities. Capable of training interns and freelancers.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Designs and oversees layouts & revisions for all books assigned, maintaining consistency and accuracy throughout the creative and production process of a book, ensuring all deadlines are met

Prep for, attend & execute changes that result from all meetings of assigned books (design/copy/photo reviews, creative 1st proofs, Layout & Film Review, Exec Layout & Film Review Add/Drops, 1st submit)

Clean files before art release

Coordinate hi res image order for art release with Digital Asset Coordinator

Partner with catalogue coordinator and production team on revisions during copy rounds

Understands all business & creative objectives for all book series

Opportunity to Manage: Prospect Books, Package Insert Pamphlets (PIPs), Freelancers, Sale Books

QUALIFICATIONS:

Creative designer, ability to interpret creative & merchant direction & propose innovative solutions

Strong production skills (follows design format, familiar with use of templates, master pages, libraries & style sheets)

Must be highly organized

Understands the brand

Detail oriented

Ability to manage multiple projects able to multi-task while meeting tight deadlines

Self motivated and independent thinker

Quick thinker and problem solver

Strong communication skills

Strong leadership skills

Willingness to work late when deadlines dictate

Team player, works effectively with cross-functional partners

Dedicated to career, seeking a long-term commitment

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

Bachelor of Fine Arts degree required

3-6 years of graphic design and graphic production experience

Complete fluency and proficiency in the use of the Macintosh system, including InDesign,

Photoshop & Illustrator

Previous catalogue, publishing or magazine experience preferred (Knowledge of fashion & retail business a plus)

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Ability to manually operate a computer

Ability to communicate effectively in both verbal and written form

LOCATION/TRAVEL: NY Based. No Travel

https://jobs.limitedbrands.com/psc/tam90cgw/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=29890&SiteId=1&

5.) Digital Editor, Book Apps, Disney Consumer Products (DCP), White Plains, NY

https://disney.recruitmax.com//main/careerportal/Job_Profile.cfm?szOrderID=326270

6.) Corporate Communications Writer, Jacobs Engineering Group, Pasadena, CA

https://irecruitment.jacobs.com/uniquesig1d7d798a59922d8d52d1f35f3df52f55853e5b588751b260ee8642c75413f6a6/uniquesig0/OA_HTML/OA.jsp?akRegionCode=IRC_VIS_VAC_DISPLAY_PAGE&akRegionApplicationId=800&p_svid=28733

7.) Department Assistant Corporate Communications, MTV Networks, New York, NY

http://www.jibe.com/jobs/department-assistant-corporate-communications-mtv-networks-new-york-ny-0818-

*** From Dara Ward:

Hi Ned!

Please post in your next newsletter. We know the quality of your readers is bound to turn up some great candidates for this position.

Thank you!

Dara Ward

Dara L. Ward

Vice President

Stratacomm LLC

Washington, DC

8.) Visitor Liaisons, Department of Energy Solar Decathlon, Stratacomm, Washington, D.C.

We are seeking Visitor Liaisons for the upcoming Department of Energy Solar Decathlon. This is a paid temporary position. Candidates must be available from September 21 – October 2, including weekends, to be considered. Full details below:

Stratacomm is seeking “Visitor Liaisons” for The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011 in Washington, D.C. The Solar Decathlon is a two-week competition and exhibit event held in West Potomac Park on the National Mall this fall. The event challenges collegiate teams from around the world to design, build and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient, and attractive. The event is open to the public September 23-October 2, 2011, and organizers expect thousands to visit.

Visitor Liaisons will be expected to:

• Serve as welcome ambassadors for visitors to the Solar Decathlon

• Provide excellent customer service to visitors – answer questions, direct visitors through the Solar Village, provide general information about the competition and daily events

• Monitor visitor wait times at team houses and communicate real-time updates to managers

• Interface with VIP attendees

• Be professional, courteous and solution-oriented at all times

• Count visitors to the house exhibit

Visitor Liaison qualifications include:

• Availability to staff the Solar Decathlon every day from September 21-October 2, 2011, from approximately 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on weekends

• Experience staffing exhibits, conferences and/or public events

• Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills

• Ability to interact with visitors and remain calm and collected under pressure

• Knowledge and previous experience with energy efficiency and renewable energy is a plus but not necessary

This is a paid position and interested candidates should send their resume, letter of qualifications, and/or relevant experience ASAP to VisitorLiaisonInfo@stratacomm.net

Additional information on the Solar Decathlon can be found at www.solardecathlon.gov.

We also encourage you to like us on Facebook by visiting www.facebook.com/DOESolarDecathlon and follow us on Twitter @solar_decathlon.

9.) Senior Communications Manager, Conservation Law Foundation, Boston, Massachusetts

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=287100006

*** From Carol Turpen:

Hi Ned, here’s a job to post with your next edition. Is this all you need?

Carol Turpen

Sr. Manager, Corporate Communications

INGRAM MICRO

Santa Ana, CA

10.) Communications Specialist, Ingram Micro, Santa Ana, CA

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

• This position is responsible for developing and executing a comprehensive North American communication strategy to support IM Global (IMG) initiatives, collaborating with the System Integrator Change Enablement (CE) Team, and adapting Core CE Team communication to local business needs. Key deliverables include content, logistics and measurement of:

o Stakeholder Engagement sessions across various audiences

o Executive presentation materials

o Integration Lead Sound Bytes

o IMG NA branding

o Web site content

o Newsletter

o Quarterly Business Review IMG

• Creates project specific news, announcements and presentations

o Work closely with the team in the US to ensure consistency and that timelines are met during the different phases of the project

• Ensures weekly reporting to management including program metrics, issues and recommendations

o Reports issues and recommendations to improve communications via metrics and data gathered from the teams

• Works with the Core CE Team to develop and deliver regular surveys to the business and end users

o Summarizes findings and reports back to IMG NA project team

o Uses results to modify and make immediate improvements to the communications plan

• Develops internal Q&As and talking point to support internal announcements

• Increases awareness and understanding of Ingram Micro and its strategic IM Global initiative with the different target audiences in North America

• Ensures timely and consistent roll out of communication plan across North America

• Works closely with External Communications lead on project announcements and presentations

• Establish strong working relationship with stakeholders and project teams

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in communications, consulting, business, and/or project management experience. Three to five years of strong professional, progressive experience is required. It is desired that a minimum of three of these years be spent working in a large corporate environment.

2. Must be comfortable working in a fast-paced, constantly evolving environment and exhibit excellent multi-tasking skills. The ability to effectively influence stakeholders/project teams and to be well-skilled in both oral and written communication is required.

3. Must possess the ability to articulate the complexity of business need and the capability to build/develop practical communications plans based upon those needs.

4. Excellent teaming, interpersonal, negotiation, and analytical skills are required. Must demonstrate the ability to develop credibility with all levels of associates and management alike.

5. A working knowledge of large-scale technological implementations is preferred.

6. Must possess strong business acumen, encompassing the ability to see the “Big Picture” within a complex, multi-faceted organization.

7. Must exhibit proactive qualities, be self-directed, and have experience in facilitating meetings by utilizing effective presentation skills.

8. As an internal consultant, working directly on highly complex and strategic projects, this position requires a broad business perspective, encompassing a thorough understanding of business goals, vision and culture. Strong project management skills, strong detail orientation, a demonstrated responsiveness to a high volume of customers, and exceptional interpersonal flexibility is required.

9. Computer proficiency (or at minimum a working knowledge) is preferred in the use of the following software programs: E-mail systems; MS Office Suite; Visio, and MS Project.

MENTAL DEMANDS:

1. Ability to understand, explain and implement procedures as well as organize facts and figures.

2. Communicate effectively by telephone and directly to associates, peers and management. Ability to give and receive information accurately.

3. Work independently with minimal supervision.

4. Ability to effectively problem solve and makes sound, unbiased decisions based on knowledge, experience and policy.

5. Ability to function in a fast-paced, occasionally high volume environment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

1. Daily sitting and operating a computer.

2. Occasional bending, reaching and lifting.

3. Communicate by telephone as needed on a daily basis.

4. Client group department visitation as necessary.

5. Occasional local and out-of-town business travel.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

Standard office environment with air conditioning and heating ventilation systems.

EQUIPMENT USED

Standard office equipment including, but not limited to computer, copy machine, fax machine, projector, voicemail telephone system and multi-line telephone, polycom and videocom equipment.

THIS IS NOT AN EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.

APPLY:

Laurie Miller Laurie.miller@ingrammicro.com

Or Complete an application online

https://ingrammicro-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=648&company_id=16284&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=992952&bycountry=0&bystate=1&bylocation=CA&keywords=&byCat=36315&tosearch=yes

11.) Apprentice Development/Communications Coordinator, Sierra Club, Illinois Chapter, Chicago, Illinois

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=349600007

*** From Emily Fishkin:

12.) Marketing/Communications Specialist, Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America), Washington, DC

The Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America), a nonprofit association which represents about 400 member organizations involved in transportation technology, is seeking a full-time event marketing specialist to provide support to the ITS America Communications Department from August 2011 to June 2012. The position will support ITS America’s marketing efforts for the 18th World Congress on Intelligent Transportation Systems to be held in Orlando, Florida in October 2011, as well as the ITS America Annual Meeting to be held in May 2012 in Washington, DC.

The ideal candidate is a strong writer and highly organized. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to, assisting with media relations including writing news releases, assisting with media databases, updating and developing press materials; coordinating with contractors and exhibitors; developing outreach materials, such as invitations letters; drafting and updating website content, key messages, talking points or scripts; tracking project progress, tasks, and timelines; and providing on site logistical support during the event.

Candidate Requirements:

•Strong verbal and written communications skills

•Strong organization skills and detail oriented

•Knowledge of public relations principles, media protocol and communications

•Ability to handle multiple tasks and meet time-sensitive deadlines

•Able to work well in a team environment

•Basic knowledge of MS Word and Excel

•A Bachelor's degree with a focus on communications, journalism, public relations or related major

This is a temporary position that does not include benefits. The position is available immediately. Please submit your resume, cover letter, and two writing samples to Cherie Gibson, Director of Communications, at cgibson@itsa.org by Friday, August 26th.

13.) Communications Fellow, Women's Campaign Forum, Washington, D.C.

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=345800027

*** From Babak Zafarnia:

14.) Account Executive, Praecere, Washington, DC

Praecere Interactive, a boutique communications firm in Washington, DC, has an IMMEDIATE opening for a full-time Account Executive. Please note, this is NOT an entry-level position. You will be expected to assume immediate responsibility for managing client accounts, at times with little supervision. Candidate requirements:

• At least 1-2 years agency experience – please note, you MUST have some large or mid-size agency experience – NO EXCEPTIONS.

• Absolute precision in writing and editing.

• Exceptional media relations skills.

• Strong understanding of social media and industry trends.

• Experience with travel/tourism and consumer PR a plus.

More info available at http://praecere.com/praecere-interactive-hiring-account-executive-public-relations-job-opening-washington-dc. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

15.) Editor (English language), International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon, France

Deadline: August 31 2011

http://www.comminit.com/content/editor-english-language-international-agency-research-cancer-lyon-france

16.) Communications Manager, RedRover, Sacramento, California

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=350500016

17.) Director, Corporate Communications, CDW, Vernon Hills, IL

https://cdw.taleo.net/careersection/10002/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=102249

18.) Corporate Communications Project Specialist Texas Health Resources Texas

http://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_TexasHealth/external/jobDetails.do?functionName=getJobDetail&jobPostId=85074&localeCode=en-us

*** From Jeff Snyder:

Following is a position description for Regional Epic Communications Manager. This is a technical writing position based in Los Angeles/Southern California, serving the Providence Southern California Region and its five acute care hospitals. Thank you. Jeff Snyder.

Jeff Snyder

Regional Director, Internal Communications

Providence Health & Services, Southern California Region

19.) REGIONAL EPIC COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Providence Health & Services, BURBANK, California

Position Overview

The Regional Epic Communications Manager is accountable for planning, assessing and achieving regional strategic and tactical communications/marketing objectives in support of Providence’s system-wide implementation of the Epic electronic medical record as well as the integration of California Advanced Medical Information System communications as the Southern California Region migrates to the Epic platform. This position assures that stakeholders have the information and materials they need for positioning and promoting Epic/CAMIS with staff, physicians and other key audiences as implementations occur in their respective region.

Direct Reports

None

Key Essential Functions of the Position:

-Demonstrates Providence Health & Service’s core values of respect, justice, compassion, stewardship, and excellence to customers, employees, and visitors; and provides quality service in the performance of work assignments and duties.

-Working with system Epic communications director, regional managers will define needs and help develop Epic/CAMIS marketing/communication toolkit for regional implementations and affiliated physician offerings. Developing new strategies/materials as warranted.

-Regularly providing system Epic communications director with the communications needs of the field to ensure there is continuous alignment between system strategies/materials and local requirements.

-Working on parallel track with CAMIS communications to ensure seamless integration and clear messaging.

-Works to maintain integrity of both CAMIS and Epic implementations from implementation of CAMIS through migration to Epic platform.

-Utilizing current PH&S communication vehicles to promote Epic/CAMIS with internal and external stakeholders. Regularly updating dynamic internet/intranet content.

-Developing regular communications for key stakeholders, including but not limited to tactics such as talking points documents, PowerPoint presentations, electronic newsletters and webinars. Utilizing content in multiple forums.

-Work with system Epic communications director and all regional communicators to build site awareness for Epic and in developing strategies and materials in support of implementation. Collecting and sharing communications best practices with others to ensure that the system is leveraging the good work and creative ideas of all to maximize effectiveness and results Supporting Epic implementation staff activities, training and communications.

Educational Qualifications

-Bachelor’s degree in related field of study.

Experience

-Minimum of five years of relevant experience in communications; experience in a health-related environment; experience in faith-based and/or matrixed organization helpful.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

– News gathering; writing/editing; electronic communications publishing; web site content development; using a variety of software programs; interpersonal relations; meeting deadlines; self-starter.

Interpersonal and Professional Competencies

-Team player; customer service focus, organizational abilities/managing multiple projects concurrently; interpersonal relations; meeting deadlines; self-starter.

Reports to: Regional Director, Marketing & Communications

https://recruiter.kenexa.com/providence/cc/CCJobResultsAction.ss?command=ViewJobDetails&job_REQUISITION_NUMBER=92585

20.) Werkstudent (M/W) Corporate Communications, L'oreal USA, Westphalia, MI

https://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_thebodyshop/loreal_ext/gateway.do?functionName=viewFromLink&jobPostId=12660

21.) Marketing and Communications, Columbia University, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=349800001

*** From Kelly Jenkins:

Hi Edward,

I was referred to your site by Mary Lynn Carver, who had placed an ad

previously. I have attached a new job posting that we would like to include on

your site.

Thanks!

Kelly Jenkins

Kelly Jenkins

Recruiter

University of Maryland Medical Center

22.) Communications and Digital Signage Manager, University of Maryland Medical Center, (Full-Time), Baltimore, MD

To heal…to teach…to discover…to care. We touch the lives of those around us every day…this is the purpose that drives us at the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC). To understand this purpose is to understand what makes a career at UMMC so rewarding and why, for some individuals, a career at UMMC is the ultimate professional achievement.

UMMC is currently looking for an individual to lead the management and production of content and design for all information appearing on the Medical Center’s digital signage, and to design and produce content for other communications channels, such as brochures and publications.

Responsibilities:

• Manages the digital signage system, consisting of 15 digital screens, which are the main communication channels with employees and UMMC patients/visitors. Determines the length of time a message will be shown, when and where in the building it will be shown, which messages take priority over others, and when to add and remove messages.

• Manages content generation and coordinates incoming digital signage content requests; prioritizes the work and ensures schedule coordination. Develops workflows production schedules, and budget estimates.

• Supports the Director, Communications Services, the Creative Director and Senior Leadership with the development and execution of visibility programs that brings the Medical Center’s vision and goals to life.

• Manages content from creative development through production and delivery to ensure all creative projects are on strategy and “on-brand” consistently and appropriate for patient, visitor and employee audiences.

• Supports and protects UMMC corporate identity and branding. Creates materials that meet branding standards, reviews new and existing materials, and works with hospital staff to correct any violations to these standards.

• Produces content for other communications channels including brochures, Web, publications and more, in conjunction with the Creative Director.

Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Public Relations, English, Marketing, Graphic Design, Advertising, Publishing or business-related field is required.

• Five years of communication and/or design experience in a hospital, corporate and/or agency environment.

• Experience with digital signage and Scala software is preferred.

• Experience with HTML, Flash, Adobe Creative Suite, Quark, Scala software and other state-of-the-art communications software, as well as user interface design and site architecture, is preferred.

We offer a generous compensation package including an employer sponsored pension plan, tuition reimbursement and more! Located in Baltimore, near the Inner Harbor and Oriole Park at Camden Yards, you won’t find a more vibrant place to live and work.

UMMC is proud to support an environment of diversity and encourages inquiry from all applicants. EOE

Growth. Expansion. Opportunity.

We Heal, We Teach, We Discover, We Care

Contact:

Kelly Jenkins

Recruiter

University of Maryland Medical Center

Phone: 410-328-2755

Fax: 410-328-7777

Email:kjenkins@umm.edu

(Indicate you became aware of this opportunity through the JOTW newsletter.)

http://jobs.umm.edu/job/Baltimore-Communication-26-Digital-Signage-Mgr-3A-PublicAffairs-Job-MD-21201/1413937/

23.) Director, Media Relations and Corp Communications Job, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD

http://jobs.umm.edu/job/Baltimore-Director-2C-Media-Relations-and-Corp-Communications-Job-MD-21201/1331687/

24.) Associate Director/Director, Public Engagement & Corporate Citizenship, MedImmune, Gaithersburg, MD

http://www.linkedin.com/jobs?viewJob=&jobId=1873096

25.) Communications Manager, Demonstrates Providence Health & Service, RENTON, Washington

https://recruiter.kenexa.com/providence/cc/CCJobResultsAction.ss?command=ViewJobDetails&job_REQUISITION_NUMBER=91078

26.) E-mail Marketing Manager, Brad’s Deals, Chicago, IL

http://ow.ly/65z7U

27.) Writer-Editor (Speechwriter), Broadcasting Board of Governors, Washington DC

The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), an independent federal agency, is an exciting, multi cultural organization that encompasses all U.S. civilian international broadcasting. The BBG is comprised of the Voice of America, which delivers high quality, multimedia programming in 44 languages to audiences worldwide; the Office of Cuba Broadcasting (Radio and TV Marti); the International Broadcasting Bureau, which provides transmission, administrative, and other support services; and three grantee organizations – Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty; the Middle East Broadcasting Networks (Alhurra TV and Radio Sawa), and Radio Free Asia. Our staff of dedicated professionals serves as an example of a free and independent media, reaching a worldwide audience with news, information, and relevant discussions.

BBG seeks an experienced writer with exceptional writing and editing skills and a proven track record of drafting materials for business and foreign affairs leaders. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated fluency covering a wide range of issues in diverse written products. He/she will write well under pressure and tight deadlines. The incumbent will participate in all aspects of BBG’s outreach to internal and external audiences with a particular focus on op-eds, speeches, remarks, memos and press releases. Duties include, but are not limited to:

• Pens speeches, op-eds and talking points for prestigious Board Members and senior leadership for use in public presentations and/or private settings.

• Develops, researches, and provides written material and visuals on Agency actions, policies and positions for a wide range of audiences including Congress. Work with senior Agency officials to identify and tailor appropriate message and audience for speaking opportunities.

• Contributes to the development of letters to the editor, media responses, fact sheets, feature articles, and other informational materials and follows them through until completion.

• Develops and writes information materials designed to reach selected national audiences through the news media such as wire services, radio, television, newspapers, social media, and magazines.

• Works both proactively and reactively in dealing with media interest or requests about BBG program activities. Advise and recommend proactive approaches for avoiding and/or resolving problems and reducing conflicts.

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=101691363

28.) Programme Manager, CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands and Brussels, Belgium

Deadline: August 31 2011

http://www.comminit.com/content/programme-manager-cta-wageningen-netherlands-and-brussels-belgium

29.) Senior Public Outreach Specialist, AAPS, Arlington, VA

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=8479086

30.) Senior Programme Officer, Strategic Communication, IRC, The Netherlands

Deadline: September 2 2011

http://www.comminit.com/content/senior-programme-officer-strategic-communication-irc-netherlands

31.) Senior Publicist, Yale University, New Haven, CT

http://www.mnyscherc.org/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&keywords=faculty%20jobs&t2768=&page=5&site%5Fid=672&sort=relevance%2Cdate%5F&jb=8479052

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

32.) Sr. Director Marketing Communications: Wayne, PA

SunGard Availability Services is seeking a Sr. Director Marketing Communications

Our Vision is to be the IT solutions provider of choice to ensure the availability of our customers business operations. Do you want to make a difference in one of the world's leading IT services companies? SunGard Availability Services offers careers that combine the independence of working in a small entrepreneurial environment with the depth of resources of a Fortune 500 technology company.

At SunGard Availability Services, we provide operations support to organizations that need to ensure business viability by keeping mission critical information and applications up and running. With the recent launch of our Enterprise Cloud Services, SunGard continues to invest in new technologies to stay in the foreground of technology innovations that solve business challenges.

Unlike other companies that offer individual technology services, SunGard Availability Services is focused on providing responsive and integrated disaster recovery, managed services, IT consulting and business continuity management software solutions, to help organizations keep critical technology and applications available.

At SunGard Availability Services, we know that our people are our greatest assets; we work hard to develop our employees and rely on them to make wise choices. The result is a challenging and rewarding work environment that fosters growth and encourages professional development. Thats why over 3000 dedicated professionals chose SunGard Availability Services as their place of employment.

We are seeking a gifted writer who can express our refreshed brand proposition and ensure this voice sounds through in all communications; a unique personality; and a valuable leader.

The Sr. Director of Corporate Communications at SunGard AS is responsible for delivering internal and external communications for an exciting organization and an energized Brand, as well as for building a global center of excellence that includes internal and corporate communications, external marketing communications and community relations.

This position also has responsibility for driving and maintaining extremely high standards in all communications- from quality of deliverables, to on-time delivery, both our work and our deliverables should reflect attention to detail and continuous quest for excellence.

Key responsibilities include:

– Lead all external corporate communications, executive communications, including issues and crisis response, Social Media and Collateral and web copy development. Assist the AS Leadership Team in the development of communications as required. Use industry best practices and ingenious thinking to implement a communications center of excellence that ensures consistency and unity in the Brand messaging, tone and personality. Personally ensure that all communications content is crisp, meaningful and reflects one voice.

– Oversee internal communications strategies, programs and vehicles to educate and engage employees on key business priorities and external messages, and inspire them to take action to grow SunGards momentum in the marketplace. Maintain close alignment with the HR team to ensure communications related to AS culture, employee development and benefits receive the required focus, in alignment with our brand proposition.

– Oversee Public Relations and develop creative PR campaigns to educate customers, prospects and partners about the SunGard Brand, our services and our unique abilities. Maximize team and agency efficiencies and resources.

– Collaborate with IT to develop a set of guidelines around most appropriate communication media by communication type, based on how employees, customers and other audiences consume information. Specify functionality needed from AS portal, website platform and other IT applications, to support optimal communications.

Qualifications:

– 10+ years of experience in a leading Marketing and Communications agency and or leading position in a large B2B enterprise. Experience in managing own staff, PR agencies and working in cross-functional teams. Prior IT industry experience strongly preferred.

– Degree in journalism from top university required – e.g., Columbia, Harvard, Northwestern, Stanford, Berkeley, etc. Exceptional writing skills with ability to distil information into concise, relevant and impactful messages.

– Extremely solid business sense, able to quickly understand company vision and strategy. Expecting excellence from self and team.

– Socially skilled, with ability to connect with internal audiences and gauge the pulse of the organization, adapting internal communications as necessary. Ability to connect with external audiences and communicate the essence of the SunGard value to customers, prospects, partners and media, developing strong relationships.

– Ability to navigate and leverage the latest media and communications tools.

Working Conditions: Ability to meet the physical demands of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

SunGard Availability Services offers a high growth environment with excellent compensation and immediate eligibility for our 401(k), health/dental insurance, educational assistance, and more. SunGard AS is an equal opportunity employer.

Employment is contingent upon successful completion of the background investigation and pre-employment drug screen.

Contact: Please apply online at http://tbe.taleo.net/NA1/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=SUNGARDAVAILABILITY&cws=1&rid=6608

33.) Marketing Communications Director, Kling Stubbins, Philadelphia, PA

The Marketing Communications Manager will be responsible for the development of both our national and regional communications strategy designed to generate awareness, and ultimately support, for our various platforms.

KlingStubbins platforms include national advertising activities, tradeshows, special events and exhibits, award submissions, internal communications, press releases, speaking engagements including interview coordination, and social media and networking.

The Marketing Communications Manager will articulate organizational mission, vision and values in an accurate and compelling manner. Establish priorities while strategizing with National Director of Business Development, Sector Heads, Principals, Department Chiefs, and Manager of Marketing and Business Development for promotional projects, develop objectives in accordance with the organizational vision. Write and edit promotional material and technical articles for publication or presentation. He/she will service press and disseminate organizational information and distribute press materials. Maintain up-to-date media lists and close contact with reporters, editors and broadcast media.

Qualifications:

– Experience working with various media outlets including writers, editors and broadcasters.

– Exceptional presentation and communication skills to define and translate value propositions to client/market understanding

– Exceptional organization and time management skills to balance and prioritize work

– Strong creative problem solving and decision making skills

– Extensive human relations skills to select, develop, mentor, discipline and reward employees

– Ability to lead and work in a team environment

– Strong interpersonal, persuasive, written and oral communication skills

– Extensive knowledge of the Internet/Intranet, Social Media, Word, PowerPoint, Visio, InDesign and Photoshop.

Education and Experience:

– Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Communication or Advertising required, Master preferred

– Eight or more years of marketing experience

– Five or more years of leadership experience included

– Experience working with marketing strategies and policies

Equal Employment / Affirmative Action Employer

Contact: Please apply online at http://tbe.taleo.net/NA4/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=KLINGSTUBBINS&cws=1&rid=120&source=Indeed

33.) Assistant Director of Athletic Communications, Athletics & Recreation department, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA

Full time, year round position responsible for assisting the Director of Athletic Communications in managing all aspects of media relations for Franklin & Marshall's sports programs, to help promote the Colleges programs.

Primary responsibilities include:

– Writing press releases, press guides, game programs, and feature articles in accordance with department strategies and objectives.

– Coordinating all media activities for assigned sports with local, regional and national media; contact media to promote and place stories.

– Compiling statistics and report results to media and the NCAA and assisting with preparation of reports to NCAA.

– Updating and maintaining the departments web site; developing appropriate web site content.

– Overseeing event management for 27 varsity sports; contracting with, coordinating, and overseeing timers, scorers, and game-day officials.

– Preparing game day programs; contracting and coordinating with vendors.

– Supervising student employees: hiring, scheduling, and assigning work.

– Proactively promoting the Colleges athletic programs to the media, students, parents, alumni, and other members of the College and Lancaster communities.

– Working collaboratively with the Director of Athletic Communications and College Communications staff to develop and implement programs and strategies aligned with the departments objectives.

– As with all members of the College, the Assistant Director of Athletic Communications must maintain positive and professional relations with students, athletes, alumni, the media, and Franklin & Marshall sports fans.

Requirements: Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor's degree; 1-3 years work experience in a collegiate athletic sports information office and/or related field; knowledge of promoting sportsevents/programs; demonstrated verbal and written communication skills including writing, editing, and producing press releases and media guides; knowledge of MS Office (Mac and PC), HTML, and a basic knowledge of the Automated Scorebook statistics package; and a thorough knowledge and conscientious adherence to the rules and regulations of the NCAA, the Centennial Conference and Title IX. Must be available to work a flexible schedule that includes evenings, weekends and occasional holidays.

Additional Information: Franklin & Marshall College is committed to having an inclusive campus community, and as an Equal Opportunity Employer, does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices on the basis of gender, race or ethnicity, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, family or marital status, or sexual orientation.

Franklin & Marshall College is proud to offer a smoke-free work environment.

Contact: Please apply online at http://fandm.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp;jsessionid=65E387EAA0D9E8454BD927625EA982C8?JOBID=26736&CNTRNO=0&TSTMP=0 All applications / resumes must be submitted via this online process. We regret we are unable to accept applications or resumes submitted via mail, email, or fax. As you are submitting your application via this online process, please assure you provide an accurate email address. You will then receive an acknowledgment indicating your application materials have been received.

34.) Senior Internet Communications Coordinator, Independence Blue Cross, Philadelphia, PA

About our Company: Independence Blue Cross is a company in motion, continually refining our processes and products to offer the best value to our more than 3.5 million members. As a pacesetter in our dynamic industry, Independence Blue Cross is not only a leader, but also an experienced innovator growing and expanding into new markets in ways that logically maximize our opportunities and success.

Responsible for project management of projects as assigned. Maintains relations with both internal and external clients on project requests and determines appropriate presentation on web sites.

Updates and maintains web sites of the IBC Family of Companies, including affiliates. Edits copy provided by customers of clarity, consistency readability. Design pages according to established standards. Builds/modifies information architecture and navigation as necessary, and obtains verification of content and appropriate approvals. Sets project schedules, maintains project plans, track job progress, and exceeds customer expectations.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Acts as project manager and primary client contact for mid-to enterprise-level web projects (e.g. company/affiliate website redesigns, complex web functionality). Responsible for project progress from request to delivery. Meets with client, assesses project scope, presents strategy and recommendations, creates and maintains a project schedule, and directs assigned project team (copy, IS, design, AV, review) to execute. Maintains and updates IBC FOC web sites and designated internal sites (e.g. style guide). Actively develops/edits web pages using HTML page editor and content management system. Writes/reviews/edits HTML code where needed. Deploys pages for various stages pr review using content management system, and coordinate content moved from QA environment to production. Thoroughly reviews all work in various server environments for quality assurance. Manages annual client content review and web site redesign QA process. Logs and tracks jobs through departmental job tracking system. Maintains project schedules. Obtains all appropriate approvals from project stakeholders (client, peer, Legal, Corpcomm). Manages workflow and deployment of Websites through team site content management systems. Sets and maintains regular release schedule. Authorized to approve builds to release web content to live sites. Works in cross-functional teams within Creative Services tor cross promote projects over various media platforms (print, multimedia, AV, advertising) Edits copy for internal departments and corporate subsidiaries. Evaluates client-provided copy and is authorized to modify for usability, web appropriateness, and alignment with the overall communication objectives of the company. Drafts technical requirements for simple to complex web functionality (e.g. multi-stepped forms, multimedia elements). Works in conjunction with IS to ensure that development , as identified in the business and functional requirements, is employed to specification and to the agreed upon schedule. Conceptualizes user interface of web pages. Creates information architecture and page wireframes. Works with design team on layout of new sections, campaign banners, ect. Maintains integrity of graphic, style and functionality standards of various sites, and recommends changes in order to keep up with the growth of the Web sites.

Qualified candidate should possess a Bachelor's Degree in Communication, Journalism or Marketing with strong HTML skills. 4 to 5 years of experience in web content development, editing or a related field. Excellent writing skills Extremely organized with an ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast paced environment Strong interpersonal skills enabling the individual to communicate and interact effectively with various levels of individuals both internally and externally.

Preferred software proficiencies: Adobe Creative Suite Microsoft Office HTML, CSS, JavaScript Interwoven Teamsite XML Microsoft Project Microsoft Visio

Equal Employment Opportunity

Independence Blue Cross is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status.

Agency Disclaimer: All resumes submitted directly to an Independence Blue Cross Family of Companies employee from a vendor via email, the Internet or in any other form without a valid written search agreement in place for this position from the Independence Blue Cross Family of Companies Human Resources Department will be deemed the sole property of the Independence Blue Cross Family of Companies . Please note that no fee will be paid in the event the candidate is hired by the Independence Blue Cross Family of Companies as a result of the referral or through means other than our established process.

Contact: Please apply online at http://hodes.jobhost.org/viewjob.php?id=1388516

35.) Director of Communications, Salesianum School, Wilmington, DE

Salesianum School is seeking a Director of Communications, who is appointed by the President and reports to the Director of Advancement.

Founded in 1903, Salesianum School is a Roman Catholic independent secondary school that teaches young men to Live Jesus, guided by the spirituality of Saint Francis de Sales, through a college preparatory education, enabling them to take their place in the world as Salesian gentlemen. The school enrolls approximately 1,000 day students in grades nine through twelve from four states (DE, MD, NJ, and PA).

The Director of Communications develops and oversees all external communications for Salesianum School. This person will develop and implement a communications master plan and work with the Advancement Office and school community to develop and maintain a balanced strategy for overall messaging. Designed communications (print, photography, video, Internet) will reflect an in-depth understanding of the school's Salesian mission, 108 year-old tradition, and commitment to excellence. The Director of Communication will assist the Advancement Office with grant and letter writing. This person will also work closely with the Principal and Director of Admissions on school related communications as needed.

Primary Responsibilities

– Develop and coordinate all internal/external communications for the school, including Distinguished Gentleman magazine, monthly e-letter, Annual Report to donors, as well as numerous newspaper announcements and public interest stories.

– Manage Salesianum's Website content and social media.

– Oversee design and production of materials for Advancement and Admissions Offices.

– Assists Advancement Office personnel in development of written communication and marketing materials for fundraising projects and events.

– Develop effective grant materials, proposals, case statements, conceptual plans, letters of inquiry, acknowledgement letters, progress and stewardship reports, and other corporate and foundation communications.

– Assist the Advancement Office on some event planning and staffing

– Assist the Advancement Office Staff and President in other areas as requested.

Requirements

– Outstanding writing skills

– Excellent presentation, analysis, and organizational skills

– Ability to work closely with others

– Graphic design skills a plus

– Occasional night and weekend work required

Deadline to apply is Wednesday, August 31, 2011.

Contact: Nancy Meier at nmeier@salesianum.org

36.) Public Relations and Association Marketing Manager (Part Time), Anthony J. Jannetti, Pitman, NJ

Anthony J. Jannetti is seeking a Public Relations and Association Marketing Manager (Part-Time (20-25 hrs/wk)).

Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc., a national health care company in Pitman, New Jersey (approx. 15 minutes outside of Phila .) is seeking a creative, motivated, organized individual with outstanding writing, social media, marketing, and design skills.

Duties include writing press releases; media relations; e-mail marketing, overseeing Facebook and Twitter accounts; managing Google and Yahoo online advertising campaigns; writing copy and working with artists on designs for brochures and ads; and overseeing other PR/marketing/editorial projects as assigned. Clients are national nursing and health care organizations.

Bachelors degree is required; minimum 4 years PR and marketing experience is also required. Journalism experience is a big plus. Must be proficient at Word/Excel/PowerPoint, and ACT (another plus). This position requires the individual to work on-site at our office on a daily basis. The environment is friendly, nurturing, and upbeat; we are open to fresh ideas and innovation.

Contact: E-mail cover letter, resume, writing/marketing samples, and salary requirements to HR@ajj.com, or send via U.S. mail to PR Department, Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc., East Holly Avenue, PO Box 56, Pitman, NJ 08071-0056.

37.) Public Relations Director, FICO, San Rafael, CA

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?vnet=0&str=1&site%5Fid=1691&jb=8469235

38.) Communications and Research Uptake Manager, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool, United Kingdom

http://www.comminit.com/content/communications-and-research-uptake-manager-liverpool-school-tropical-medicine-liverpool-

39.) Communications and Marketing Manager, National Association of Bond Lawyers, Washington, DC

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=8477936

40.) ICT Project Manager, Internews Europe, Paris, France

http://www.comminit.com/content/ict-project-manager-internews-europe-paris-france

41.) MENA Project Manager, Internews Europe, Paris, France

http://www.comminit.com/content/mena-project-manager-internews-europe-paris-france

*** From Ted Matthews, who got it from Jim Burke:

42.) Employee Communications, Harris CapRock Communications, Washington, DC

This role is responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating a

wide variety of strategic internal communications programs to support

divisional and corporate goals and objectives. Maintain and

continually improve core communications methods, ensuring they meet

operating budgets and are consistent with and supportive of

company-wide forms of communication (intranets, broadcast e-mails,

etc.). Key responsibilities include:

• Global emails – write, edit and distribute all global

emails; ensure that all materials meet established company

communication standards and obtain appropriate approvals within

specified deadlines. Monitor accuracy and timeliness of information

distributed

• Executive communications – assist in writing, editing and

developing messaging for senior leadership, including emails,

presentations, scripts, etc.; participate in executive roundtables

• Internal newsletter – research, write and edit articles

highlighting the latest news, initiatives and employee highlights;

ensure accuracy and timely distribution; provide communications

relevant to multiple locations

• Intranet site maintenance – develop, publish, and maintain

content for company Intranet sites; provide Intranet communication

support to business lines or departments as appropriate

• Work closely with other functions (HR, Engineering,

Operations, etc) to ensure timely, accurate, cost-effective completion

of projects.

• Liaise with IT/IS function on technology/infrastructure

issues including upgrades and functionality additions; coordinate

technology-related activities with business/function/region leaders

and with IT/IS support teams.

• Work in close cooperation with internal communications leads

at all locations and at Corporate Headquarters to ensure seamless,

non-duplicative coverage of all pertinent/critical news and

information.

• Support Corporate-wide communication initiatives as the

point-of-contact to facilitate/implement these initiatives within the

division.

• Assess and recommend new communication tools and technologies.

Qualifications:

• BS/BA degree in journalism, public relations,

communications, or related field.

• Minimum of 5 years experience in a corporate communications

role with responsibility for writing and editing internal and external

communications

• Minimum of 2 years experience within a large, complex,

global organization helping to support and foster effective

communications

• Minimum of 3 years of demonstrated experience in the

following areas: communication strategy/planning, project management,

budget management, and global perspective/cultural sensitivity

• Microsoft Office Suite required

Preferred Additional Skills:

• Excellent communication skills – including articulating,

listening and questioning skills which are clear, concise, creative

and persuasive

• Familiarity with change management best practices

• Prior experience with mergers/acquisitions and integrations

• Strong interpersonal/relationship skills with the ability to

work well with a wide range of people, including executive management,

in a fast-paced environment.

• Comfortable with ambiguity and working at a rapid pace in a

high growth company.

• Ability to handle multiple priority assignments and the

ability to deliver against established deadlines and to work under

tight time constraints.

• The ability to lead strategically and act with a sense of

urgency; demonstrates principled leadership and sound business ethics.

• Ability to provide creative solutions and work independently.

• Experience identifying new communication trends.

• Experience with new social media and SharePoint desired.

• Ability to travel moderately.

Contact:

Jim Burke (jburke@harris.com)

Vice President

Harris Corporation

jburke@harris.com

321-727-9131

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Twelve pirates armed with guns boarded a chemical tanker involved in STS operations. The pirates took control of the ship and sailed to an unknown location. Owners unable to contact the vessel. Further details awaited.

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Two robbers boarded a berthed bulk carrier during cargo operations. Four crewmembers on security watch and the 2/O at the gangway rushed to the poop deck upon hearing a loud knocking sound. The 2/O saw the robbers with a big heavy black bag and he tried to stop them. The robbers pushed the 2/O and threw the bag ashore and escaped with ship's properties.

315-11 16.08.2011: 0240 UTC: Posn: 18:33.1N– 072:27.6W, Port Au Prince anchorage, Haiti.

Four robbers boarded an anchored Ro-Ro ship during heavy rain. They stole ship's stores and escaped. Incident reported to the port control and coast guard who then searched the waters around the vessel. View

314-11 17.08.2011: 0540 UTC: Posn: 13:16.8N – 043:01.1E, around 22nm NE of Assab, Red Sea.

Seven high speed boats suddenly approached around a bulk carrier underway. Two of the boats with 3-5 persons in each boat armed with automatic weapons, approached the ship at high speed. Master raised alarm, increased speed, took evasive manoeuvres and crew mustered in the safe room except the bridge team. Later the pirates aborted the attack and moved away.

313-11 17.08.2011: 1100 UTC: Posn: 13:04N – 048:00E, Gulf of Aden.

Six pirates armed with guns in a skiff chased a bulk carrier underway. Master raised alarm, increased speed and all crew except the bridge team mustered in the citadel. As the skiff approached to come alongside the onboard security team fired warning shots resulting in the pirates aborting the attack and moving away.

312-11 12.08.2011: 1406 UTC: Posn: 14:34.2N – 042:23.9E, Around 32nm SW of Al Hudaydah, Red Sea.

Eight armed pirates in two skiffs approached a LPG Tanker underway at high speed. The pirates fired at the tanker's superstructure area causing several bullet damages. The Master ordered all the crew to retreat into the citadel and informed the navies in the region. Due to evasive manoeuvres and other ship's hardening the tanker managed to evade the attack. All crew safe.

311-11 11.08.2011: 1530 LT: Enroute from Port Klang to Kuching, Malaysia.

A tug towing a barge arrived at the discharge port and crew discovered that the seals of all the containers were broken and the goods were stolen from the containers. Incident was reported to the local police.

310-11 09.08.2011: 2040 LT: Posn: 02:50S- 080:35W, Guayaquil Roads, Ecuador.

Duty watchman onboard a drifting container vessel spotted two robbers on the main deck and informed the 3/O and the Captain. Alarm raised and crew mustered. The robbers escaped upon seeing the crew alertness. Inspection revealed that three containers seals were broken but nothing was stolen. Port control informed.

309-11 12.08.2011: 0230 LT: Posn: 01:42.27N – 101:28.70E, Dumai, Indonesia.

Three robbers boarded an anchored chemical tanker via the poop deck. Alert deck crew spotted the robbers and notified the duty officer who raised the alarm. Seeing crew alertness the robbers escaped. Port control contacted but no response. Crew safe. Nothing stolen.

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