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JOTW 05-2012 January 30, 2012 www.nedsjotw.com
This is JOTW newsletter number 912 NOTE: I have been experiencing difficulty posting the newsletter and announcements to my Topica list serv.
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In this issue: (To view these jobs, scroll down to the listings in the content of this newsletter) *** One Paragraph Pitch 1.) Sr. Manager/Director of Unified Communications, Yum! Brands, Louisville, KY 2.) Manager of Communications – Bronx Zoo, Wildlife Conservation Society, The Bronx, NY 3.) Graphic Design Intern, Summer and/or Spring 2012, St. Louis Blues, St Louis, Missouri 4.) Marketing Manager, Didion Milling, Johnson Creek, WI 5.) Copywriter, CPM, Madison, WI 6.) Director of Marketing & Communications, Public Allies, Milwaukee, WI 7.) Marketing Intern, Wellness Council of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI 8.) Senior Project Manager, Karsh Hagan, Denver, Colorado 9.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Standard Parking, Chicago, IL 10.) Communications Specialist, NTEU, Washington, DC 11.) Senior Web Designer/Web Programmer, Creative Circle Atlanta, Marietta, Georgia 12.) Corporate Marketing & Communications Specialist, Accenture, New York, NY 13.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Chiquita, Charlotte, NC 14.) Corporate Communications Intern, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Saks Incorporated, New York, NY 15.) Communications Specialist – dd’s, Ross Stores, Pleasanton, CA 16.) Public Relations/Crisis Communications Expert, The Cadmus Group, Inc., Arlington, Virginia 17.) Sales, Marketing and Outreach Specialist, Girls Leadership Institute, San Francisco, California 18.) Assistant Director, Communications and Outreach, American Jewish Committee, Millburn, New Jersey 19.) Director of Corporate Communications, Monetate, Conshohocken, PA 20.) Publicist, Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority, Atlantic City, NJ 21.) Sports Talk Host, SportsRadio WIP AM/FM, CBS Radio, Philadelphia, PA 22.) Social Media Director, ToonUps, Wayne, PA 23.) Public Relations Intern, Hornercom, Harleysville, PA 24.) Manager, Marketing and Corporate Communications, Apria Healthcare, Lake Forest, CA 25.) Public Relations Account Manager, Diccicco Battista Communications (DBC), Conshohocken, PA 26.) Communications Strategist, Ocean Conservancy, Washington DC 27.) Corporate Communications Manager, Twitter, San Francisco, CA 28.) Corporate Communications Coordinator, HID Global, Irvine, CA 29.) External Communications and Marketing Manager, Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, New York, New York 30.) New Media Associate, Mayors Against Illegal Guns and Partnership for a New American Economy, New York, New York 31.) Internal Communications Coordinator, BGL BNP PARIBAS, New York, NY 32.) Publicity Manager/Senior Publicist�Young Readers, Penguin Young Readers Group, New York, New York 33.) SENIOR EDITOR � FINANCE & POLICY, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Washington, D.C. 34.) Senior Officer, Executive and Internal Communications, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Washington, DC 35.) Media Relations Coordinator, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Washington, DC 36.) Director, Branding, Editorial and Creative Services, , Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Washington, DC 37.) Manager, Global Digital Content, The Hershey Company, Hershey, PA 38.) Communications Manager, Energy Trust of Oregon, Inc., Portland, OR 39.) Assistant Photo Editor Job, Travel + Leisure Magazine, American Express Publishing Corporation, New York, NY 40.) Communications and Publications Manager, Food Bank For New York City, New York, New York 41.) Communications Associate/Communications Manager, Climate Policy Initiative, San Francisco, California 42.) Senior Editor (Job#: 1269), Trust for Public Lands, San Francisco, California. 43.) Director of Development and Communications, Phipps Community Development Corporation, New York, New York 44.) Communications Associate, St. Mary’s Academy, Portland, OR 45.) Public Relations Officer, Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, Missouri 46.) Marketing and Communications Manager, Cultural Development Corporation, Washington, D.C. 47.) Vice President Corporate Communications, Gannett, McLean, VA 48.) Associate Director Communications – Global Manufacturing & Corporate Operations, Genzyme, Framingham, MA 49.) Communications Director, Mountain Association for Community Economic Development, Berea, KY 50.) Public Affairs Manager, Georgia-Pacific LLC, Toledo, Oregon 51.) Corporate Communications Coordinator, Piggly Wiggly, Charleston, SC 52.) Public Relations Director, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Anaheim, California 53.) Public Relations Senior Account Executive, InkHouse Media + Marketing, Waltham, Massachusetts 54.) Communications Intern, Spy Museum, Washington, DC 55.) Web and New Media Specialist (Full-Time), Monticello, Charlottesville, VA 56.) Chocolateers – Gaslamp Quarter, Ghirardelli Ice Cream Chocolate Shop, San Diego, CA 57.) Equine Initiatives Manager, ASPCA, Remote 58.) Wrangler/Naturalist, The Nature Conservancy, Choteau, MT 59.) Frog/Toad Owner or Animal Wrangler, USC, Los Angeles, CA 60.) Farm Manager, Minitube of America, Inc., Verona, WI 61.) Live Hangers, Perdue, Salisbury, MD 62.) Long Trip Chicken Sitter, Englishtown, NJ 63.) Farm Sitter, Stacy, MN 65.) Meat Trader/Sales Trainee, Mr. Poultry, Texas *** Weekly Piracy Report �and more! Scroll down and see them all! *** One Paragraph Pitch: I graduated from University of South Florida with a degree in marketing. During my undergrad studies, I spent a summer studying abroad and a spring break in El Salvador building homes through a program called Un Techo Para Mi Pais. That same year, I also raised money (in lieu of gifts for my 22nd birthday) to support Charity: Water, a non-profit that provides clean drinking water to countries that suffer from lack of the same. All of these opportunities have given me a great appreciation for the world and its occupants. In addition, I am also proficient in various computer software programs such as Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office. I would love the opportunity to use my skills and experience to market a progressive organization. My previous work experience includes a part-time job that allowed me to use my social media and marketing skills to promote a real estate firm. I also have interned with a marketing firm and gained valuable marketing skills. I am willing to relocate anywhere in the United States. If you have entry-level marketing positions available, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you! Samya Thangaraj (Send your One Paragraph Pitch submissions to email@example.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.) *** 2012 IABC Gold Quill Awards Rewarding excellence. Recognizing the best. For more than 40 years, the Gold Quill Awards program has rigorously tested and rewarded the all aspects of the work of business communicators. Distinguish yourself and the work of your team by becoming part of the international best practices the IABC Gold Quill Awards represent. Enter this global competition to receive the highest level of professional acknowledgment within business communication. The Gold Quill Awards are open to members and non-members of IABC. Join strategists; managers; practitioners; corporate, government, and nonprofit communicators; agency executives; photographers; graphic artists; creative conceptualists; tacticians and students as we find the best examples of thought leadership, strategic management, creativity, resourcefulness and successful solutions across the globe. http://www.iabc.com/awards/gq/ *** Hey, what gives? Hi, Ned, I am writing because I didn’t this week’s JOTW, and I can’t seem to find it on the website, either. Was the newsletter published this week? Thanks for your help. Be well, Kimberly (I was unable to post JOTW 04-2012 last Monday, nor was I successful in getting it out at all during the rest of the week. I have enlisted Topica�s support, as they handle my listserv. I cannot even say with any confidence that JOTW 05-2012 will come out on time. I apologize.) *** The January issue of Your Very Next Step is posted at www.yourverynextstep.com. Don�t forget to share your adventures, travel tips, gear reviews, vacation suggestions and other adventure/outdoor/travel news and views with Ned at firstname.lastname@example.org for inclusion in the February issue of YVNS. *** Top Five Placement: JOTW now offers 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. JOTW will offer corporate and executive search recruiters the opportunity to post up to three jobs at a time for free. If you want to post more than three I suggest you send them out as a �Can�t Wait� posting. 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 email@example.com. *** Let�s get to the jobs: *** From Mark Sofman: 1.) Sr. Manager/Director of Unified Communications, Yum! Brands, Louisville, KY http://bit.ly/zdmVp9 2.) Manager of Communications – Bronx Zoo, Wildlife Conservation Society, The Bronx, NY http://bit.ly/zX3ecj 3.) Graphic Design Intern, Summer and/or Spring 2012, St. Louis Blues, St Louis, Missouri http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Graphic-Design-Intern-Summer-and-or-Spring-2012/113827.html *** From Jeff Carrigan: 4.) Marketing Manager, Didion Milling, Johnson Creek, WI http://ow.ly/8I0Xl 5.) Copywriter, CPM, Madison, WI http://ow.ly/8HMYZ 6.) Director of Marketing & Communications, Public Allies, Milwaukee, WI http://ow.ly/8J9cT 7.) Marketing Intern, Wellness Council of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI http://ow.ly/8HDJf 8.) Senior Project Manager, Karsh Hagan, Denver, Colorado http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Senior-Project-Manager/113911.html *** From Kris Gallagher, ABC: 9.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Standard Parking, Chicago, IL http://tbe.taleo.net/NA4/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=STANDARDPARKING&cws=1&rid=1065 10.) Communications Specialist, NTEU, Washington, DC About the Job NTEU is seeking a communications specialist in its award-winning public relations department to create compelling copy for news releases, electronic newsletters, member publications, web sites, fliers, brochures, marketing materials, talking points, media inquiries and other communications. The Communications Specialist is also responsible for maintaining media lists and compiling NTEU�s news coverage. Minimum 3 years� experience in the communications field and a demonstrated knowledge of public relations, media relations and news writing, editing and writing for online media, web maintenance and social media. Cover letter, resume and work samples to: Public Relations Director, NTEU, 1750 H Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006 or firstname.lastname@example.org . http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=106129907&WT.mc_n=JSAHG10&aid=4292464&fwr=true 11.) Senior Web Designer/Web Programmer, Creative Circle Atlanta, Marietta, Georgia http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Senior-Web-Designer-Web-Programmer-Needed-Immediately/113909.html 12.) Corporate Marketing & Communications Specialist, Accenture, New York, NY https://tas-accenture.taleo.net/careersection/10003/jobdetail.ftl?job=755118 13.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Chiquita, Charlotte, NC http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?k=Job&c=qA79Vfwv&j=oSt7Vfw7 14.) Corporate Communications Intern, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Saks Incorporated, New York, NY http://careersatsaks.com/JobDetails.aspx?Aot=Operations&Division=&State=New+York&City=New+York&JobId=8990&sid=44 15.) Communications Specialist – dd’s, Ross Stores, Pleasanton, CA https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=247890 *** From Terri Kaufman: 16.) Public Relations/Crisis Communications Expert, The Cadmus Group, Inc., Arlington, Virginia Position Overview: The Cadmus Group, Inc. seeks a senior public relations/crisis communications expert in our Arlington, Virginia office to support marketing and communications projects for federal government and private sector clients in the areas of the environment and public health. The right candidate will have a minimum of 10 years of experience as a PR consultant, with increasing responsibility for developing and implementing winning media outreach strategies with measurable results. This position will execute the communications needs of highly visible government programs, ranging from crisis communications management to ongoing strategic PR and media relations to build public understanding and influence health promotion and environmental protection actions. This is an autonomous, hands-on position with the potential to help grow in-house PR and crisis communications capabilities. Responsibilities: . Use sound judgment to develop, implement and manage crisis communications and media outreach plans targeting local, regional and national audiences. . Plan and conduct media training for government clients and community stakeholders. . Provide comprehensive crisis communications counsel to clients and assist with media outreach and communication efforts during local, regional and national environmental and health crises. . Write and edit crisis communication products including news releases, statements, response-to-queries, executive speeches and talking points, backgrounders, fact sheets, brochure copy. . Organize press events in support of crisis communication objectives. . Conduct media outreach to national, regional and local media. . Develop media lists and track placement results. . Build media relationships to support government initiatives in the areas of public health protection, environmental health communication, and environmental exposure management. . Lead the development of media outreach materials, including written, graphic, and multi-media content. . Develop strategic public relations plans that help clients reach multiple audiences with public health messages. . Coach direct reports; build skills and support career growth; conduct performance management with regular feedback for direct reports; optimize quality and productivity of team deliverables. . Participate in team-building and knowledge-sharing activities with Cadmus colleagues. Requirements: . Minimum 10 years experience in public relations; strategic communications planning and implementation; media relations. . Solid experience in staff management and development. * Experience with crisis communications around public health and environmental issues. . Demonstrable experience working with national and regional health editors, reporters and writers in print, broadcast, and online media. . Working knowledge of social media and the value of social networking channels for reaching audience segments. . Experience building clients’ media capabilities, including developing messaging and talking points, delivering one-on-one and group media training, etc. * Excellent writing skills. * Strong organizational and project management skills; the ability to manage multiple strategic communications projects for various clients simultaneously; and project and budget management. * Experience creating media support materials including press releases, email pitches, and background materials. . Must be self-motivated, a self-starter, and able to quickly build client trust and effective working relationships on projects. . Consulting experience required, government consulting preferred. . Public health communications and/or environmental health communications experience required. A master’s level degree in public relations, media communications, public health communications or similar area of study, or equivalent experience, is required. The following position located in in Arlington, VA, is available immediately with The Cadmus Group, an environmental and health consulting firm. Please apply at the Cadmus Careers website with the job ID 727, at www.cadmusgroup.com<http://www.cadmusgroup.com/. 17.) Sales, Marketing and Outreach Specialist, Girls Leadership Institute, San Francisco, California http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=367900022 18.) Assistant Director, Communications and Outreach, American Jewish Committee, Millburn, New Jersey http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=264500005 *** From Bill Seiberlich: 19.) Director of Corporate Communications, Monetate, Conshohocken, PA http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?k=Job&c=q839VfwZ&j=oB91Vfwq 20.) Publicist, Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority, Atlantic City, NJ The Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority serves as Atlantic Citys principal marketing arm, stimulating economic growth through convention and leisure tourism development. By leading the aggressive marketing of our destination, we enrich the quality of life for all. POSITION PURPOSE: The publicist performs duties that produce positive publicity for Atlantic City in the consumer, tourism trade, convention trade and online media. POSITION SCOPE: This position is responsible for enhancing the ACCVAs media relations, public relations and marketing efforts by proactively and effectively developing and pitching stories to the media, seeking out the appropriate media for specific events, developing timely press releases and other documents to publicize citywide activities and attractions, assisting in the support of conventions and tradeshows at the Convention Center and assisting in the support of tourism, e-marketing, social media and new media efforts. May also include media relations support for CRDA/Tourism District activities. MAJOR JOB ACCOUNTABILITY DIMENSION: – Identifies story ideas that will receive media attention and reflect positively on Atlantic City, develops the appropriate form to communicate the stories and pitches them to the appropriate media. – Assists the department with developing and implementing media relations plans and developing materials for specific events, as well as working with media during special events, including organizing and assisting with familiarization tours, individual journalist visits, press conferences and special promotions. – Performs research for and writes press releases, marketing copy, social media messages, scripts, talking points and other materials as needed; works with Marketing Partners, citywide PR peers, audio/visual, graphics or other personnel to produce materials. – Assists with all phases of broadcast productions, including permitting, site visits, scheduling and implementing productions. ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES: – Assists in coordinating, hosting and traveling with visiting journalists, providing positioning, background and story ideas. – Responds promptly to media inquiries. – Produces diverse styles of writing, including speeches, marketing plans, features, press releases, scripts, Web content and newsletters. – Other special assignments as directed by Vice President, Marketing. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES: – In-depth, expanding and timely knowledge of the greater Atlantic City region and the tourism, hospitality and convention industries related to producing targeted communications to markets such as the travel trade, meeting planners, business and corporate travelers, consumers and other internal and external marketing of the ACCVA. – Ability to produce effective and persuasive written communications to media and audiences of all levels and kinds. – In-depth, expanding and timely knowledge of media needs and production. – Ability to analyze and solve complex communications problems. – Ability to respond effectively to quickly changing priorities and responsibilities. – Ability to think and manage creatively in a fast-paced work environment. – Ability to meet timelines effectively. – Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with peers and colleagues. – Positive and professional work attitude and appearance. – Knowledge of marketing strategies and operations. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: – BA degree or higher in English, journalism, communications or similar study. – 2 years journalism, public relations or media experience. – Competent computer skills. – Editing and proofreading skills. – Valid Drivers License required. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: – Three years tourism industry experience and contacts – Extensive media contacts (local, regional and national). Contact: Interested applicants please submit resume and salary requirements to e-mail Address: email@example.com Please reply by February 10, 2012. 21.) Sports Talk Host, SportsRadio WIP AM/FM, CBS Radio, Philadelphia, PA SportsRadio WIP AM/FM is seeking F/T & P/T Sports Talk Hosts. Candidates must have at least 2 years radio experience in a top 20 market, or equivalent experience in a related sports profession. They must exude personality and not be afraid to have strong opinions as well as possess the ability to entertain in person. Candidate must be a successful communicator, very creative and have solid production skills and a strong working knowledge of audio equipment necessary for on-air and production execution. This unique individual should possess a strong radio background and have an interest in sports. We ask for your cooperation and assistance in our efforts to recruit, hire and promote qualified women and minorities. In this regard, if you know of individuals who might be interested in and qualified for these positions, we encourage you to refer them to us. CBS Radio is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Contact: Interested persons please apply to www.cbsradio.com- applications will only be accepted through this site – between 1/23/12 and 4/22/12 reference job #390/ID#9113BR (phone or emails directly to station will not be considered). 22.) Social Media Director, ToonUps, Wayne, PA ToonUps is a digital entertainment company with a ten year history in creating online games and apps to brighten the world. We have an exciting, full time opportunity for an innovative Social Media Director to join our team in support of our new online game Facebook.com/ABetterWorld Qualified candidates will have a minimum of 5-10 years experience managing and implementing marketing, social media and PR campaigns. Candidate must have strong skills in developing and implementing social media tactics and campaigns which focus on mobilizing social media networks, influencing on line conversation, developing compelling content for social networks to share, listening and responding to community feedback along with analyzing and reporting on optimization efforts for project management campaigns. We are offering a full benefits package consisting of medical, dental, and vision and an industry competitive salary for the right candidate. ToonUps is a cheerful, creative, and fast paced environment. Check us out at ToonUps.com and take a look at our new Facebook game at Facebook.com/ABetterWorld. Come play with us! RESPONSIBILITIES: – Design, implement and facilitate all online outreach strategies and building brand visibility through the use of websites, blogging/blogs, and social networks. – Manage over-arching social media campaigns including social media strategies, distribution and partnership channels and content planning. – Extensive experience in building and analysis of web based metrics to optimize campaigns. – Plan, write, comment and participate in the public relations and social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and blogging as the voice of the company – Identify ways to maximize the performance of our marketing and social media programs through increased volume, reduced inquiry cost, and improved conversion rates – Proactive customer relations – Enlist game users as brand advocates – Management of Marketing team members Desired Skills & Experience: – BS in Marketing, Journalism, Public Relations or equivalent discipline – Proficiency in marketing communications, PR, social media and online digital marketing. – Experience in social gaming or other Facebook application marketing – Experience working with third party online blogging toolsExcellent verbal and written communication skills – Excellent networking and leadership skills – Strong project management and organizational skills – Creative, diplomatic, cool under pressure with superior interpersonal and presentation skills – Highly flexible and quick ability to adapt to a fast paced changing environment Company Description: ToonUps is a digital entertainment company whose mission is to create online games and apps to brighten the world. Since the turn of the century, ToonUps has created a rich array of products in the business, prosumer, and consumer marketplaces, all designed with the purpose of uplifting people through optimism, altruism, and fun. From social gaming to business training, our innovative content brings these core themes to new markets. Contact: Please apply online at http://www.linkedin.com/jobs?viewJob=&jobId=2451152&trk=eml-anet_dig-b_jb-ttl-cn&ut=2Tq6uF1igMCR41 23.) Public Relations Intern, Hornercom, Harleysville, PA Hornercom, a full-service public relations and marketing communications agency located in Harleysville, Pa., is seeking a college student for a summer internship. Students must be entering at least his or her third year at a fully accredited college or university. Applicants should possess strong skills in writing and proofreading, as well as an understanding of time management and a commitment to meeting deadlines. Proficiency in Microsoft Office and social media platforms is required. Applicants must be able to work a minimum of 25 hours per week for six consecutive weeks and must be eligible to receive college credit. Interns will be paid a stipend of $1,500.. Contact: To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org the subject line PR Summer Intern 24.) Manager, Marketing and Corporate Communications, Apria Healthcare, Lake Forest, CA http://nslpn.com/senior-care-jobs/career/466585/Manager-Marketing-Corporate-Communications-California-Ca-Lake-Forest 25.) Public Relations Account Manager, Diccicco Battista Communications (DBC), Conshohocken, PA Diccicco Battista Communications (DBC), a top-rated full service brand communications agency located in Conshohocken, PA, is seeking a media savvy Public Relations Account Manager to join our growing team. With over four decades of experience supporting some of the worlds most famous brands, DBC offers a broad range of communications capabilities including public relations, advertising, digital marketing, social media, and grassroots campaign management. The ideal PR candidate will have 3-5 years of agency experience in both developing and leading successful media relations, social media and corporate communications efforts. Strong writing talent and a deep understanding of the media and what makes them tick are a must for any successful applicant. Knowledge and experience with the latest social media trends is key as are well-developed client relationship skills. The integrated nature of DBC offers an opportunity to either lead a traditional PR account or to work on a blended campaign where PR is a major component to an overall marketing program. DBC offers a youthful, creative and fun environment at an established agency with a great reputation in the industry. Some have described us as a 40-year old start-up. We offer a competitive salary, full benefits, profit sharing, and monthly let-off-some-steam parties. If youd like to be a part of something exciting, then let us know. Contact: Interested applicants should send resumes and writing samples to Tim Cifelli at email@example.com. 26.) Communications Strategist, Ocean Conservancy, Washington DC Details at: eanconservancy.org/who-we-are/work-for-us/communications-strategist.html Please send a cover letter speaking to your qualifications and abilities along with your resume and salary expectations to: firstname.lastname@example.org and note your name and “Communications Strategist – #1118” in the subject line. 27.) Corporate Communications Manager, Twitter, San Francisco, CA http://twitter.com/jobs/positions?jvi=oky8VfwF,Job 28.) Corporate Communications Coordinator, HID Global, Irvine, CA http://www.hidglobal.com/main/careers/location/north-america/us/irvine-california/corporate-communications-coordinator.html 29.) External Communications and Marketing Manager, Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, New York, New York http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=306700014 30.) New Media Associate, Mayors Against Illegal Guns and Partnership for a New American Economy, New York, New York http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=367700019 31.) Internal Communications Coordinator, BGL BNP PARIBAS, New York, NY http://bnpparibasgt.taleo.net/careersection/gt/lux_bgl_fr/jobdetail.ftl?job=38440 32.) Publicity Manager/Senior Publicist�Young Readers, Penguin Young Readers Group, New York, New York http://us.penguingroup.com/static/pages/aboutus/employment/jobopportunities.html#job12 33.) SENIOR EDITOR � FINANCE & POLICY, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Washington, D.C. http://chronicle.com/section/Employment-Opportunities/291/ *** From Eileen Haight:: 34.) Senior Officer, Executive and Internal Communications, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Washington, DC http://tbe.taleo.net/NA3/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=PEDAIDS&cws=1&rid=603 35.) Media Relations Coordinator, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Washington, DC http://tbe.taleo.net/NA3/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=PEDAIDS&cws=1&rid=602 36.) Director, Branding, Editorial and Creative Services, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Washington, DC http://tbe.taleo.net/NA3/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=PEDAIDS&cws=1&rid=601 *** From Judy Heise: 37.) Manager, Global Digital Content, The Hershey Company, Hershey, PA Summary: The Manager, Global Digital Marketing Content is responsible for creating, customizing and curating the company�s digital content, as well as operating and optimizing all social channels. Additionally, the position is responsible for integrating digital efforts with the company�s Shopper Marketing group. This position requires a thorough knowledge of all areas of digital, including paid, owned, earned and shared, as well as an understanding of content tiers and creation. Responsibilities: � Develop digital content strategy and execute creation/production of tiered layers of content (ranging from high quality, fully produced to user-generated content) for distribution across shared, owned and paid digital channels, with objective of driving organic search, consumer loyalty and advocacy. � Build out appropriate social channels for all company brands; optimize and manage channels to achieve stated objectives, integrating key influencers and ensuring optimal consumer experience. � Work with the company�s Shopper Marketinggroup to integrate digital efforts with key customers as appropriate; serve as digital knowledge resource to Shopper Marketing and interface between company�s digital agency(ies) and external partners as necessary. Work with broader digital team to integrate and measure content strategies and learnings among U.S. and global markets. Qualifications: Education: � BS degree in Marketing, Business Administration or similar fields required. � MBA preferred. Experience: � Minimum 10 years of digital marketing experience, preferably including CPG experience. Knowledge/ Skills/ Abilities: � Must have a proficiency in, knowledge of and passion for the digital online space, including mobile � Ability to think like a publisher/producer in regards to creating engaging content, to drive consumer engagement, organic search and advocacy � Innovative and capability mindset, with track record of accomplishments � Ability to ascertain emerging trends and operationalize for brand utilization � Superior strategic thinking and planning � Overall business knowledge and holistic general management approach � Superior analytical and leadership skills � Strong verbal and written communication to wide breadth of audiences including senior management � Consumer packaged goods experience preferred � Some domestic/international travel required Leadership Competencies Strategic Thinking Thinks strategically by clearly anticipating future trends, challenges, and consequences, creating breakthrough business strategies and plans to achieve a competitive advantage. Creates clear and compelling vision and strategy, translates strategy into business plan, and communicates strategic vision to employees. Business Acumen Leverages business judgment to shape strategy, based on understanding of operational, commercial, financial, and organizational requirements and capabilities. Understands the Hershey business units, regions, and functions, and the manufacturing, commercialization and market access of its products and services. Drive for Results Pushes self and others to exceed goals and achieve breakthrough results. Recognizes the key actions necessary to achieve results, establishes and communicates the priorities to others, and maintains own and others focus on achieving the important goals. Demonstrates persistence in removing barriers to achieving results, and encourages others to do the same. Prioritization and Judgment Prioritizes and focuses on the right ideas, opportunities, issues, and projects. Develops decision criteria and considers benefits, costs, and risks of each decision and its immediate and long-range implications. Makes timely, sound judgments in uncertain and changing situations. Influential Leadership Leads and persuades others, within and outside of Hershey and without direct authority or formalized structure. Understands other�s needs, motivations, concerns, and positions. Establishes credibility with stakeholders and confidently influences their opinions and actions. Inspires and leads others to adopt common vision, achieve organizational change, and accomplish business strategies. Partnership Develops and maintains quality, long-term relationships and partnerships based on trust, transparency, communication, and credibility with key internal and external stakeholders to accomplish strategic objectives. Works to find common ground and mutually beneficial solutions to conflicts. Uses diplomacy and tact to diffuse high-tension situations. Talent Management and Development Defines and communicates performance standards and continuously raises the bar. Motivates employees to perform at their highest potential and achieve breakthrough results, holding individuals accountable for own actions, and recognizing individual contributions and achievements. Leads development of internal talent to meet the future needs of the organization. Customer Focus Builds a culture that strives to exceed customer needs and is creatively challenged by and responsive to customer experiences. Creates clarity within the organization of what successfully meeting customer needs looks like. Gives priority to customer needs and makes organizational adjustments based on continuously reevaluating how well customer needs are being met. The Hershey Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The policy of The Hershey Company is to extend opportunities to qualified applicants and employees on an equal basis regardless of an individual’s age, race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, Veteran Status, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other protected category recognized by state and federal laws. Apply online at: https://performancemanager4.successfactors.com/career? 38.) Communications Manager, Energy Trust of Oregon, Inc., Portland, OR http://www.prichardcommunications.com/macs-list/Energy-Trust-of-Oregon-Inc/Communications-Manager/p8Z2yy4HwnSN#top 39.) Assistant Photo Editor Job, Travel + Leisure Magazine, American Express Publishing Corporation, New York, NY http://jobs.americanexpress.com/job/New-York-Assistant-Photo-Editor-Job-NY/1693697/ 40.) Communications and Publications Manager, Food Bank For New York City, New York, New York http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=246700003 41.) Communications Associate/Communications Manager, Climate Policy Initiative, San Francisco, California http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=302200049 42.) Senior Editor (Job#: 1269), Trust for Public Lands, San Francisco, California. Full-time. The Senior Editor supports national marketing efforts by assigning, researching, writing, editing, and rewriting content for, and overseeing production of, The Trust for Public Land�s publications. http://www.tpl.org/about/jobs/senior-editor.html 43.) Director of Development and Communications, Phipps Community Development Corporation, New York, New York http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=329900019 44.) Communications Associate, St. Mary’s Academy, Portland, OR http://www.prichardcommunications.com/macs-list/St-Marys-Academy/Communications-Associate/pDsFQsqLTYLw#top 45.) Public Relations Officer, Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, Missouri http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/jobseeker/job/9443208/ 46.) Marketing and Communications Manager, Cultural Development Corporation, Washington, D.C. http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=265000002 47.) Vice President Corporate Communications, Gannett, McLean, VA This position is located in McLean, Va,, a suburb of Washington, DC and relocation to this area would be required. Reporting to Gannett�s SVP & Chief Marketing Officer, this position will be responsible for leading corporate communications efforts for Gannett, including USA TODAY. This executive will strengthen the company�s competitive positioning, formulating and communicating the company�s strategic position by leveraging the communications functions as a powerful tool to drive growth and meet business objectives. Key to this role is the understanding of strategic communication, crisis management and internal communication. This role leads, develops and executes communications for the company as a whole, all its major divisions and its key executives in order to create a cohesive communication strategy across the organization. In this capacity, this leader will provide advice, counsel and support to all senior leaders regarding all communications-related issues. This individual will serve as chief spokesperson and be responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with key media that cover the span of Gannett�s interests � newspapers, broadcast and digital. This is an exciting opportunity to help build and motivate a high performing, integrated, best in class, corporate communication function at one of the largest and highly respected media organizations based in McLean, VA, Gannett�s headquarters. Key Relationships: Reports to: SVP, Chief Marketing Officer Direct reports: Will lead team of 5 communications professionals Other key relationships: CEO, Senior corporate staff, Division presidents, Business unit marketing and communications leaders, Industry thought leaders and influencers, Media, Agency relationships. Develop Gannett�s overall communication strategy and oversee all external media relations to achieve favorable coverage, increase shareholder value, and advance Gannett�s strategic transformation. � Work with executives and SVP, Marketing at Gannett and USA TODAY to develop strategic message that effectively reaches industry and trade media. Oversee development of communications materials that consistently reflect the brand and ensure they are being effectively utilized throughout the organization. � Assist investor relations with managing the external communication agenda to shareholders/analysts/Wall Street. � Work with division presidents and senior leadership across all business categories to act as counsel and identify compelling, innovative communications strategies. � Responsible for developing press materials, executive interviews, and driving relationships with key business and trade reporters to secure coverage about Gannett�s corporate and business activities. � Manage all executive communications including speechwriting, preparing scripts and talking points, and public presentations for events such as analyst and shareholders meetings. � Serve as Gannett�s chief spokesperson, managing routine media relations issues and particularly on matters of crisis communication. � Responsible for achieving consistency of Gannett�s business and strategic objectives with both internal and external constituents, including employees and outside agency partners. � Develop and manage an operating plan and budget. � Drive the development of digital communication strategies across Gannett. Oversee content on Gannett.com ensuring it reflects the company�s brand and messaging with advertisers, clients and the media. � Manage corporate and USA TODAY communications teams. Set clear goals for staff and monitor their execution and delivery. Nurture and develop the team to help identify and grow future leaders. � Develop and implement a strategy of open communication with Gannett�s employees ensuring they receive timely and accurate information about the company � its goals and accomplishments through all available channels including direct communication, the corporate intranet and company blog. Job Requirements Strong manager who is effectively able to lead a team and motivate them to deliver on goals. � Demonstrated experience building and/or significantly upgrading communication capabilities as well as the ability to improve processes and organizational talent. � Strategic thinker with experience developing a long-term plan and ensuring its execution. � Effective communicator who can develop a framework for the company�s message and ensure consistent and comprehensive execution. � Ability to work with executives across a diverse organization and translate their vision into effective communications. � History of building and maintaining strong relationships with business and trade reporters. � Effective management and team-building skills. � Ability to prioritize and delegate. � Strong public speaking and presentation skills. � Comfort and familiarity with a fast-past news environment. � College degree with at least 15 years of prior experience in communications capacity with a deep knowledge of and passion for the media and digital industries. � Person must be a creative problem-solver with strong organizational skills. � Person must have excellent interpersonal skills. � Proven track record and senior level leadership experience in a �world class” communication role. � Expertise in crisis management. � Experience leading both a direct as well as matrix organizations. � A proven developer of people is essential. � Credibility based upon reputation, skills and insights both within the Company, the media industry. � Ability to play an effective public role in strengthening the Company�s external profile and in communicating specific areas of expertise and differentiation with the press, the industry and clients. � Deep knowledge of leading communication partners/agencies and experience managing these relationships. Ideal Personal Profile � An individual with the breadth to see things in the full business context of the GCI portfolio but is driven to be functionally excellent in communication. � Highly intelligent, a quick study of complex problems and highly organized approach to developing high impact communications solutions for GCI. � A doer and a leader � a hands-on executive with a pragmatic mind-set who is an advisor, consultant, and strategist with the ability to attract, develop, motivate and retain a high performance team. � An outstanding executive presence with the ability to gain credibility, rapport and support with all key internal and external stakeholders. � A persuasive and energetic communicator who is engaging and effective in written, small and large group settings. � Able to react to change productively and handle essential tasks as assigned demonstrated by ability to learn/grow new skills and drive impact. http://www.jobs.net/jobs/gannett/job/vice-president-corporate-communications-mclean-va/J3T4JH64BW9ZD6FHNJC/ 48.) Associate Director Communications – Global Manufacturing & Corporate Operations, Genzyme, Framingham, MA http://jobview.monster.com/Associate-Director-Communications-Global-Manufacturing-Corporate-Operations-Job-Framingham-MA-106048100.aspx 49.) Communications Director, Mountain Association for Community Economic Development, Berea, KY http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/jobseeker/job/9247127/ 50.) Public Affairs Manager, Georgia-Pacific LLC, Toledo, Oregon http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?job=9484488&site_id=1691 51.) Corporate Communications Coordinator, Piggly Wiggly, Charleston, SC Piggly Wiggly Carolina Company is the largest Employee Owned and Operated employer in South Carolina and is currently seeking a Corporate Communications Coordinator to join our Human Resources team. A successful candidate will be a confident, self-motivated and experienced. Job Requirements The Corporate Communications Coordinator maintains internal communications company wide through company newsletters, internet and other communications. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: � Develop and manage integrated communications plans for the corporate entity as well as all retail operations including company-wide newspaper, C-level communications and events � Coordinate employee of the month campaign and communication � Retail Employee of the month campaign and communications � Create and manage all rewards and recognitions programs � Plan and coordinate the annual employee of the year celebration � Plan and coordinates all other PWCC banquets and celebrations � Creates monthly HR communication � Oversees company newspaper � Keeping intranet up to date with relevant company communications and initiatives � Gathers information on employees’ attitudes and feelings about issues affecting morale, motivation, and efficiency, and reports findings to management Required Experience and Skills: � Undergraduate degree in English or Communications preferred. � Ability to work well under pressure � 3-5 years of experience working in a communications role � Experience creating internal communications � Proven ability to work effectively with all levels of employees. � Experience in managing elite C-level events � Experience in research management and leverage � Strong organizational skills � Entrepreneurial � Poised personal presence to represent the organization at the highest levels � Global experience � Internal communications experience � Excellent planning and organizational skills � Strong proofing and grammar skills � Excellent communication both written and oral � Must be deadline and task driven � Ability to prioritize multiple tasks and complete them in a timely manner � Must have excellent interpersonal skills � Experience with MSOffice Suite � Experience working with SharePoint and developing web page parts a plus Piggly Wiggly is an Equal Opportunity Employer http://jobview.monster.com/Corporate-Communications-Coordinator-Job-Charleston-SC-106093314.aspx 52.) Public Relations Director, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Anaheim, California http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/jobseeker/job/9453715/ 53.) Public Relations Senior Account Executive, InkHouse Media + Marketing, Waltham, Massachusetts http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/jobseeker/job/9416021/ *** From Judy Heise: 54.) Communications Intern, Spy Museum, Washington, DC This is an unpaid internship for a junior or senior in college, preferably working toward a major in communications, marketing, or related field. Assist with editorial and creative tasks for Communications initiatives, including but not limited to: � company papers � photos, images, and graphics � help with company social media presence � assist in PR data-base creation, organization of press clips and press kits � assist in special projects, as needed Qualifications: � Student with rising junior or senior standing with a major in communications, marketing or a related field, prior internship experience a plus. � Recent grads considered. � Excellent written and verbal communication skills � Must be able to partner effectively with individuals and teams across the company � Advanced computer skills, specifically Microsoft Office � Graphics experience a plus � Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, In Design) desirable To apply for an open position, e-mail a cover letter, salary requirements, and resume to email@example.com, or mail to: Human Resources, International Spy Museum, 800 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20004, or FAX to Human Resources, 202.393.7797. If you would like to fill out our electronic application please click here to download the PDF, fill it out, save it, and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Credit check and pre-employment drug test required for all qualified applicants. http://www.spymuseum.org/careers/communications-intern Education Multimedia Curriculum Specialist, Freedom Forum/Newseum, Washington, DC Position Summary: The multimedia curriculum specialist identifies learning programs with high value and interest for the educational community and conceptualizes and creates effective learning programs and quality resources for use onsite and online. Responsibilities, including but not limited to: � Develop courses, classes and instructional materials that meet media literacy and social studies standards of learning and support teachers and students � Develop revenue generating programs with high audience interest � Lead Newseum classes, workshops, tours and professional development sessions when needed � Develop and offer [history/civics/media literacy] workshops for teachers � Contribute to the brainstorming and development of new materials � Generate new ideas for curricular resources, make presentations, and help with program research and evaluation efforts � Develop and maintain fundraising plans for outreach initiatives � Keep current on funding sources for educational programs and identify potential funders � Participate in tracking and preparation of reports for Development department � Identify innovative strategies to meet the curricular demands of educational programming Minimum requirements: � Master’s degree in education, museum studies or related field � 3-5 years experience in the development of curriculum and educational materials in an online setting (examples required) � Demonstrated knowledge of First Amendment principles, American history and the role of journalism in a democratic society � Extensive understanding of national standards of learning as they relate to civics and history � Exhibit creative and innovative approaches to presenting Newseum content to the public � Possess exceptional writing and editing skills � Able to work a flexible work schedule that includes some nights, weekends and travel � Knowledge of current instructional theories for collaborative learning with Web-based tools � Understanding of streaming audio and video, podcasting, and social networking tools � Knowledge of current instructional theories for collaborative learning with web-based tools � Proven experience creating digital learning experiences, content, media, software, and/or e-learning expertise � Experience integrating technology into the classroom Please send your resume, a letter of interest and three references to: Freedom Forum/Newseum Human Resources Department 555 Pennsylvania Ave., NW Washington, DC 20001 E-mail: email@example.com 55.) Web and New Media Specialist (Full-Time), Monticello, Charlottesville, VA Monticello has an exciting opening in our Marketing and Communications Department. The Charlottesville area’s best tourist attraction is a great place to work! Monticello offers educational, unique work experiences with competitive pay and benefits. Our full time positions offer a benefit package that includes health and dental insurance, 401(k) retirement savings program, paid vacation and holiday time, life insurance, and more. All of our employees enjoy a generous discount at our Museum Shop and many lectures and educational opportunities throughout the year. The Web and New Media Specialist will collaborate with the Webmaster and internal departments to develop and update web pages, assist in the development of email campaigns, and help ensure proper segmentation and consistency of message. This position will also support various marketing and communications efforts with special emphasis on our social media activity, and maintain a flexible work schedule in order to report on activities and special events using various media outlets. Qualified candidates will have excellent written and interpersonal communication skills, familiarity with web development/communication, an interest in marketing and a high energy level. Bachelor’s degree required. Enthusiasm for American history is a plus. Candidates for this position must include writing samples and salary requirements along with a cover letter and resume. Open until filled. (Added December 27.) http://www.monticello.org/site/about/jobs How to Apply To submit an application, please complete both the Application document and the separate Applicant Data Record document. The Applicant Data Record is used for internal tracking purposes only, and in no way impacts consideration of eligibility for employment. Applicants are encouraged to submit either a completed Employment Application, or cover letter and r�sum� including contact information of three professional references and salary expectations or pay history. Mail: Please mail application materials to: Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc. ATTN: Beth Lazen Post Office Box 316 Charlottesville, VA 22902 Email: Please save completed application material to your computer and then send as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also send the application as text in the body of the email. Fax: 434-984-4846 *** JOTW Weekly alternative selections: From Judy Heise: 56.) Chocolateers – Gaslamp Quarter, Ghirardelli Ice Cream Chocolate Shop, San Diego, CA Department: Restaurant & Retal Location: San Diego, CA Reporting Relationship: General Manager Direct Reports: None FLSA Status: Non-Exempt, PT FT Summary The Ghirardelli Ice Cream Chocolate Shop at the Gaslamp Quarter in San Diego, CA is looking for guest-oriented, out-going employees to Create Fountain & Beverage products, Serve to our Guests, Merchandise our products, and provide Guest Service. Applicants must be able to work nights and weekends. Sunshine is now being hired! We offer competitive wages based upon experience. Responsibilities This position is also required to distribute coupons to the public wearing our Sundae Costume Skills Required Education and Experience Working Conditions Selection and Development Apply online at: https://www.gccweb.ghirardelli.com/jobs Shop Location: 643 5th Avenue San Diego, CA 92101 *** From Mark Sofman: 57.) Equine Initiatives Manager, ASPCA, Remote http://bit.ly/wCGoHS 58.) Wrangler/Naturalist, The Nature Conservancy, Choteau, MT http://bit.ly/yodqXM 59.) Frog/Toad Owner or Animal Wrangler, USC, Los Angeles, CA http://bit.ly/ysJA5P 60.) Farm Manager, Minitube of America, Inc., Verona, WI http://cb.com/y9Qrbb 61.) Live Hangers, Perdue, Salisbury, MD http://bit.ly/yPWoeT 62.) Long Trip Chicken Sitter, Englishtown, NJ http://bit.ly/w0SeAm 63.) Farm Sitter, Stacy, MN Stay at our farm so we can take a vacation! Looking at 2-3 weeks in September, 2012. Other short weekends possible to. Great situation; easy management. A plus if you are a sheep herding sort of person. The sheep are pasture fed, 1 alpaca, 2 goats, 2 LGDs take care of the farm animals. 3 barn cats, 2 peafowl, chickens need regular feeding. Then main job is caring for the border collies; 5, they live in the house and have a fenced yard. They are herding dogs. We would try a couple of weekend hires before hiring for the long vacation to ensure you want the job. Thanks. http://bit.ly/xzE2tQ 64.) Deli Clerk, King Soopers, Denver, CO http://bit.ly/ypqwRD 65.) Meat Trader/Sales Trainee, Mr. Poultry, Texas Meat wholesale company selling edible and inedible products. Learn the meat trading business for pork, beef and chicken. Would like at least an AG background, minimum sales experience/aptitude and a desire to be a meat trader. An experienced meat trader would be compensated accordingly. College degree is a plus. MUST BE BILINGUAL SPANISH/ENGLISH. http://bit.ly/wn3I3D *** Weekly Piracy Report: 26.01.2012: 2335 UTC: 02:26N – 079:18W: 45nm off Tomaco, Colombia. Three suspected armed pirates in black military uniforms chased a container ship underway in a white hulled speed boat. The vessel increased speed, made evasive manoeuvres and crew muctered. The boat aborted the attempt and moved away after chasing the vessel for 45 minutes. 14.01.2012: 38nm from Mukalla port, Yemen, Gulf of Aden. Five armed pirates boarded and hijacked a Dhow and took her eight crew members as hostage. The pirates released five crew at Ras Hafoon and maintained control over the remaining three crew and the dhow. 25.01.2012:0100LT: Kandla Anchorage, India. Ten robbers boarded an anchored general cargo ship, stole ship stores and escaped unnoticed. 02.01.2012 – 0130 UTC Posn: 60nm off Bosaso, Gulf of Aden. Pirates armed with machine guns boarded and hijacked a dhow with 16 crew and four passengers. Presence of naval forces around the dhow resulted in the pirates leaving the dhow after a few days. 12.01.2012: 0917 UTC Posn: 14:51.7N – 056:32.0E, 200m NE of Socotra Island, Yemen. (Off Somalia). Pirates in skiffs approached a LPG tanker underway. The tanker enforced anti piracy measures, sent distress message and ordered armed guards to standby. When skiffs approached closer than 1000mtrs, warning shots were fired and skiffs returned fire. Warning shots were fired again and as a result the skiffs moved way. 24.01.2012: 0430 UTC Posn: 13:12.4N – 043:01.85E: Red Sea. Security team onboard a bulk carrier underway reported two skiffs were approaching the vessel. There were a total of seven skiffs in the vicinity. The 1st. skiff had six pirates armed with AK47. No weapons were seen in the 2nd. skiff whcih had four pirates. The vessel enforced anti piracy measures, made evasive manoeuvres and two armed guards were placed on the stbd & port bridge wings. Upon sighting the armed guards the skiffs aborted the attack and moved away. 23.01.2012: 1121 LT Posn: 06:41S � 039:20E: off Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Two skiffs with five pirates in each skiff approached a chemical tanker underway. Vessel enforced anti piracy measures, increased speed, deployed security team. When skiffs approached closer to the vessel, the security team fired warning flares resulting in the skiffs moving away. 21.01.2012: 0500 LT Posn: 22:14.0N – 091:44.2E, Chittagong Outer Anchorage ‘A’, Bangladesh. Duty watchman onboard an anchored bulk carrier heard a small boat approach the vessel. He then noticed movement on the forecastle deck and informed the duty officer. On reaching the forcastle the duty watchman and duty officer noticed a robber stealing ship stores. On confronting the robber they were attacked and the duty officer was injured. The duty watchman returned to the accommodation and raised the alarm. The incident was reported to the authorities who sent out the coast guard and medical assistance for the injured duty officer. 23.01.2012: 0610 LT: Posn: 01:42N � 101:26E, Dumai Inner Anchorage, Indonesia. Armed robbers boarded an anchored chemical tanker and held the duty motor man as hostage. The duty 3/E noticed the robbers and informed the duty officer who raised the alarm. Upon hearing the alarm, the robbers escaped with engine spares. No injuries to crew. 03.01.2012: 1745 LT: Posn: 14:36.6N – 120:53.1E, Manila MICT Anchorage, Philippines. A container ship at anchor was boarded by a group of people via the anchor chain. When bosun went forward to heave up anchor he noticed the hawse pipe cover open and a small boat moving away from the ship. On investigating it was noticed that ship’s stores and equipment were stolen. The incident was reported to the authorities via the local agents. *** Ball cap of the week: University of Chicago *** Coffee mug of the week: Hotel Doria – Lerici *** T-shirt of the week: Dolby *** Musical guest artist of the week: Alexandra Stan *** Here�s what you need to do to change your JOTW email address. I cannot do this for you. Send a blank email from your OLD account to JOTWemail@example.com. 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