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JOTW 15-2012 April 9, 2012 www.nedsjotw.com This is JOTW newsletter number 913

“Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can’t help them, at least don’t hurt them.” – Dalai Lama

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In this issue:

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*** One Paragraph Pitch

1.) Director of Communications, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, Chapel Hill, NC

2.) Social Media Marketer, Burlington Coat Factory, Burlington, NJ

3.) Instructor/Assistant Professor – Communications, Suffolk County Community College, Selden, NY

4.) Adjunct Digital Media Instructors – Fall 2012 Semester, York County Community College, Wells, ME

5.) Creative Director, Zillner, Lenexa, Kansas

7.) Digital Marketing Manager, Avocet Communications, Denver, CO

8.) Web Developer, Online Publications, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

9.) Webmaster / Digital Marketing Specialist, Gen Re, Stamford, CT

10.) Communications Manager, City of Goodyear, Goodyear AZ

 

11.) Senior Manager, Public Relations and Speech Writing, Best Western International, Phoenix, Arizona Area

12.) Environmental Communications Specialist, I.M. Systems Group, Inc, Silver Spring, MD

13.) Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Charities Aid Foundation of America, Alexandria, Virginia

14.) Membership and Communications Coordinator, Communities United for Police Reform, New York, New York

15.) Director of Communications, Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas 5.) Director of Communications, Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas

16.) Corporate Communications Manager – Great Opportunity, RCS, Aiken, SC

17.) Corporate Communications Intern, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska, Omaha, NE

18.) Senior Account Manager / Director, Public Relations, Bhava Communications, San Francisco Bay Area, CA

19.) Corporate Communications Manager, Online Resources, Duluth, GA

20.) Editor-in-chief for “The Officer,” The Reserve Officers Association, Washington, DC/Arlington, VA

 

21.) Communications Coordinator, IntraHealth International, Washington, D.C.

22.) Digital Media Planner/Buyer, Mentzer Media / MMS Interactive, Baltimore, MD

23.) Marketing Manager for Monticello, Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Monticello Charlottesville, Virginia

24.) Marketing Manager, Part-Time Contract, CPH & Associates, Chicago, IL

25.) Director, Communications, WellCare Health Plans, Inc., Tampa, FL

26.) Regional Communications Manager, WellCare Health Plans, Inc., Tampa, FL

27.) Regional Communications Manager, WellCare Health Plans, Inc., New York, NY

28.) Regional Communications Manager, WellCare Health Plans, Inc., Atlanta, GA New York, NY

29.) Campaign Specialist, Digital Fundraising & Supporter Engagement, Planned Parenthood Federation of America – National Office, Washington, DC

30.) Regional Account Manager, Midwest, Cassidian Communications, Inc., An EADS North America Company, Ohio / Mich.

 

31.) Staff Writer, Cross-Cultural Solutions, New Rochelle, New York

32.) Internship (paid position), Corporate Communications Department, CSL Behring, King of Prussia, PA

33.) Specialist, Marketing Communications, VWR, Greater Philadelphia Area

34.) Account Executive, Aloysius Butler & Clark, Philadelphia, PA

35.) Internal Blogger and Communications Assistant, Urban Outfitters (URBN), Philadelphia, PA

36.) Editorial Assistant (PT, 6 Mths), Ascension Press, West Chester, PA

37.) Investor Relations Manager, QlikTech , Radnor, PA

38.) Senior Global Communications Leader:, Dow Coating Materials, Philadelphia, PA

39.) Communications Specialist, SHOPS Project, Abt Associates, Bethesda, MD

40.) Public Affairs Assistant Personal Services Contractor, Congressional and Public Affairs Division (CPA), Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), Washington, DC

 

41.) FT Faculty, Communications Skills, Fall, 2012, North Shore Community College, Danvers, MA

42.) Communications Faculty, Catawba College, Salisbury, NC

43.) Communications Manager, American Red Cross, Great Falls, MT

44.) Development Communication Manager, The Cleveland Orchestra, Cleveland, Ohio

45.) Graduate Adjunct Faculty (MBA in Digital & Social Media), New England College, Henniker, NH

46.) Project Manager – Strategic Communications, DAI, Old Town Alexandria, VA

47.) Undergraduate Intern Graphics Corporate Communications 6 Months, The Walt Disney Company, Burbank, CA

48.) Communications Specialist IV, NJVC, LLC – Springfield, VA

49.) External Communications Manager, W.J. Bradley, Denver, CO

50.) Sr. Media Specialist, External Communications, Roche, San Francisco, CA

 

51.) Sr. Analyst External Communications, BURGER KING, Miami, FL

52.) MANAGER, GOVERNMENT & EXTERNAL AFFAIRS, Frontier Communications, Elk Grove, CA

53.) Director Corp Comm, Genzyme, Framingham, Massachusetts

54.) Director of Communications and Program Coordination, Counterpart International, Afghanistan

55.) Communications Specialist, Kratos Defense, Arlington, VA (Fairlington-Shirlington area)

56.) Communications Coordinator, SoundExchange – Washington, DC

57.) Faculty Associate, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, UW-Madison, Madison, WI

58.) Copy Editor, Diesel & Gas Turbine Publications, Waukesha, WI

59.) Marketing Communication Specialist, Rexnord Industries, Milwaukee, WI

 

60.) Senior Manager External Communications, PNC Bank, Philadelphia, PA

61.) Corporate Communications Writer, Pep Boys, Philadelphia, PA

62.) Director of Communications, Mastery Charter Schools, Philadelphia, PA

63.) Program Supervisor, Online Communication Staffing Consultant, World Bank, Washington, D.C.

64.) Creative Manager, Virginia Association of REALTORS®, Richmond, Virginia

65.) Media Buyer, Intermark Group, Birmingham, Alabama

66.) Public Relations Firm Account Executive Opening, Kathy Schaeffer and Associates, Inc. (KSA), Chicago, IL

67.) Public Relations Firm Senior Account Executive Opening, Kathy Schaeffer and Associates, Inc. (KSA), Chicago, IL

68.) Deputy Director of Public Relations, SWP Associates, Inc., Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

69.) PR Account Executive – Public Affairs, Waggener Edstrom, Inc., Washington, District of Columbia

70.) MANAGER – RESEARCH / BEHAVIOR CHANGE MARKETING, Salter>Mitchell, Alexandria, VA, Orlando, FL or Tallahassee, FL offices

 

71.) Communication Analysts to support an FAA project (4 years) , GENCO Systems Inc., Fairfax, VA

72.) Project Manager, client, Lagos, Warri and Asaba, Nigeria

73.) Sweeper Truck Operator, Southern Star, Inc., Poteau, OK

74.) Cowbell Instructor, Youth Music Project, West Linn and Wilsonville, Oregon

 

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…and more! Scroll down and see them all!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

My name is Darryl Ryan, and I have many years of experience in the communication field. Throughout my career using strategic, creative and purposeful business thinking, as well as maintaining a strong focus on execution, I have developed excellent leadership skills and the ability to attract, motivate and develop dynamic teams in order to provide a Communications department with superior results. Additionally, I am an Adjunct Professor of Public Relations in the Annenberg School at the University of Southern California (USC) and teach a course entitled, Public Relations in Media. I am looking for an opportunity to apply my skills and practice high-level public relations for a strong and relevant company in a thriving industry. I possess strong project management skills and have the ability to juggle multiple initiatives concurrently, as well as bring a strong sense of urgency, a high degree of initiative, and the ability to lead and participate in cross-functional teams. I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Public Policy from UCLA, and a Master of Science degree in Public Relations and Corporate Communication from Boston University. I am a seasoned communication leader and “media presence” with superior written and verbal communication skills, who harnesses the ability to communicate to external audiences in a clear, timely and effective manner. I welcome the chance to meet with you to discuss this in more detail at darrylryan@alum.bu.edu.

Darryl Ryan M.S., Public Relations & Corporate Communication – Boston University B.A., Political Science & Public Policy – UCLA

(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 a short waiting list.)

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*** Marquette University/Arthur W. Page Corporate Communication Commons event

Friday, April 20, 2012

Diederich College of Communication, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

The inaugural Marquette University/Arthur W. Page Corporate Communication Commons event will focus on the relationship between corporations and society. What expectations do key stakeholders have for corporations as purveyors of social value and how do we communicate in ways that allow these stakeholders to understand and believe the ways corporates can and do meet these expectations.

The Corporate Communication Commons will provide an opportunity for corporate communication professionals to come together to consider how corporations embody social human values in ways that resonate with key stakeholders. The conference will consider issues that exist at the intersection of corporate identity, shared values and stakeholder trust.

To register for the Corporate Communication Commons Conference, please visit our registration page on the Marquette University website or email Meghan O’Leary at meghan.oleary@marquette.edu.

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*** March 33rd issue:

There once were two guys with a knack For spoofing those who don’t know jack Those folks might apply For a job that’s a lie As our laughter we try to choke back.

Thank you, Ned and Mike, for the tasty skewering of communications employment clichés topped with hilarity, creativity and preposterous prose.

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*** Let’s get to the jobs:

1.) Director of Communications, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, Chapel Hill, NC http://jobs.prweekjobs.com/c/job.cfm?job=9913588

*** From Bill Seiberlich, who got it from Heather Umen:

2.) Social Media Marketer, Burlington Coat Factory, Burlington, NJ http://burlington.hodesiq.com/jobs/descriptions/social-media-marketer-burlin gton-new-jersey-job-2855079

3.) Instructor/Assistant Professor – Communications, Suffolk County Community College, Selden, NY http://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=175615566

4.) Adjunct Digital Media Instructors – Fall 2012 Semester, York County Community College, Wells, ME http://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=175615739

5.) Creative Director, Zillner, Lenexa, Kansas http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Creative-Director/116538.html

*** From Kris Kelly:

7.) Digital Marketing Manager, Avocet Communications, Denver, CO https://hoojobs.com/job/784

8.) Web Developer, Online Publications, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY https://hoojobs.com/job/764

9.) Webmaster / Digital Marketing Specialist, Gen Re, Stamford, CT https://hoojobs.com/job/770

*** From Marnie Schubert, who got it from Matt Lore:

10.) Communications Manager, City of Goodyear, Goodyear AZ

The Communications Manager plans and directs the citywide communications/marketing function through, social media, PR consultation and issues management, media relations, public outreach campaigns, publication production, website content management, graphic design services, and audio-visual/video productions; and acts as the City media spokesperson, oversees the market research function, and develops and oversees various marketing messages events for the City.

This position requires at least five (5) years of experience in government public information or private sector public relations, marketing, media relations, journalism or a related field. Work requires broad knowledge in a general professional or technical field. Knowledge is normally acquired through four years of college resulting in a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent. Requires a valid Driver’s License.

The ideal candidate will possess 5+ years experience managing a communications division, or a similar type of position that required managing multiple functional communications areas. The candidate must have prior experience in government public information, or private sector relations. Be a creative, high energy individual with the ability to move the division strategically forward. The ideal candidate will be very familiar with social media, on top of current trends in the communications field, and have the ability to establish and maintain quality media relationships. Relevant experience creating talking points or press releases for executive level or public governing bodies is a plus. The candidate must have excellent written and verbal communications skills, and must be able to think on their feet and work in a fast paced environment.

EXAMINATION PROCESS: Only a limited number of the most highly qualified applicants meeting the City’s requirements will be invited for an interview. Examination process for this position will include: Panel Interview

First Year Objectives:

Communications Manager 12 Month Objectives

1. Create corporate communication strategies and action plan for internal and external audiences.

2. Create, track and stay on top of social media for the City.

3. Research and recommend updates to the City’s website.

4. Review and revise communications policies for the City.

5. Provide leadership and development of citywide internal communications.

6. Work closely with the Intergovernmental Programs Manager in messaging for Mayor and Council.

7. Working with the Audio/Visual specialist, research and develop a plan to create monthly news casts.

8. Review and approve the City’s graphic standards manual.

9. Work closely with Economic Development in marketing and prospect activities.

10. Develop and maintain positive working relationships with the media.

11. Conduct media training for Council and Management.

The City of Goodyear is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Any applicant requiring additional assistance, please contact the Human Resources Department for accommodations. Prior to appointment, selected candidate(s) must pass a motor vehicle record check, criminal history check, and, if necessary for the position, a physical evaluation and/or credit history check. The City of Goodyear supports a drug and alcohol-free workplace.

The Smoke-Free Arizona Act is to protect Arizonans from the harmful effects of second-hand smoke; therefore, the City of Goodyear prohibits smoking in all designated “no smoking” areas, including enclosed areas and areas within 20 feet of the entrances (except for patios). www.smokefreearizona.org (A.R.S. § 36-601.01)

http://agency.governmentjobs.com/goodyear/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=4 46538

11.) Senior Manager, Public Relations and Speech Writing, Best Western International, Phoenix, Arizona Area http://www.linkedin.com/jobs?viewJob=&jobId=2670796

12.) Environmental Communications Specialist, I.M. Systems Group, Inc, Silver Spring, MD http://www.seadiscovery.com/mtJob.aspx?showjob=148171792

13.) Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Charities Aid Foundation of America, Alexandria, Virginia http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=375900010

14.) Membership and Communications Coordinator, Communities United for Police Reform, New York, New York http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=375800030

15.) Director of Communications, Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=375500020

16.) Corporate Communications Manager – Great Opportunity, RCS, Aiken, SC http://www.bullhornreach.com/job/281094

17.) Corporate Communications Intern, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska, Omaha, NE http://www.internmatch.com/internships/blue-cross-blue-shield-of-nebraska/co rporate-communications-intern–2?i=9&location=43029&page=102&s=-1

18.) Senior Account Manager / Director, Public Relations, Bhava Communications, San Francisco Bay Area, CA http://jobs.marketingjobs.com/c/networks/vertical/job.cfm?site_id=10523&job= 9760520

19.) Corporate Communications Manager, Online Resources, Duluth, GA https://hoojobs.com/job/799/corporate-communications-manager/

*** From Keith Weller:

20.) Editor-in-chief for “The Officer,” The Reserve Officers Association, Washington, DC/Arlington, VA

Reports to: Director of Communications Supervises: Editorial and freelance staff Basic Function: Serve as the editor-in-chief for “The Officer” magazine and all related prod-ucts.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree is required; a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism, English or other pub-lishing-related area is desirable. 3-5 years editorial experience. Knowledge of defense issues and familiarity with military structure. Familiar with Reserve Officers Association objectives and values. Proven working knowledge and managerial experience in a publishing/production en-vironment, including project management with supervisory responsibilities. Ability to prioritize multiple tasks and effectively respond to office workflow issues. Ability to effectively interface with personnel (staff, clients, customers) at all levels. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to develop and maintain professional relationships. Ability to adhere to an operational budget. Actively support a team approach. Knowledge of web-based communications content management. Experience with multimedia and cross platform integration.

Responsibilities: As senior editor: o Edit all text in assigned projects. o Ensure all text elements are reviewed and meet editing quality standards. o Obtain, gather and maintain photographs, illustrations, and graphs for publica-tion. Coordinate with staff contributors and directors to ensure timely delivery of copy. Maintain style guides for assigned product lines and teams. o Manage copy and art flow at every stage of production. o Ensure contracted advertisements are properly positioned and published in the Magazine. Originate and create clear, concise, and factual magazine articles in an accurate and timely manner. o Interview industry sources to obtain editorial material. o Establish and adhere to prescribed deadlines o Link information into appropriate magazine departments and other communica-tion products. o Maintain an up-to-date working knowledge of publishing and communication technology. Augment the Communications of the Association by assisting with other publi-cations to ensure cross-platform efficiency. Interface with printer to help estimate budgets and oversee production process Augment the printed publication with an online magazine o Establish online magazine branding. o Provide relevant content combined with and separate from the printed magazine for the online version of the magazine o Edit all articles and ancillary articles on the magazine’s website. Provide editorial services on an as-needed basis to the digital edition of the printed pub-lication augmenting as needed with multimedia elements. Develop and maintain communications in a cooperative and professional manner with all levels of staff and customers. Author and enforce production schedule, including schedules critical to the conduct and delivery of the annual meeting. Update editorial guidelines as appropriate. Advise publisher on editorial standards and appropriate use of copyrighted material as needed. Utilize multimedia tools to augment the publication across platforms and all digital communications vehicles. Light travel required (to attend National meetings, research information and build in-dustry contacts). Other Duties as Assigned: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the employee in this position. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of a person in this position. Submit resume to ROA Director of Communications: Keith Weller at kweller@roa.org

21.) Communications Coordinator, IntraHealth International, Washington, D.C. http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=375800028

*** From Dave Imre:

Hi, Ned….still getting over your April Fools issue. There were a few positions that I was actually interested in before realizing they were figments of your imagination!

A friend of mine has a media buying agency in Baltimore and I’m passing along a position he’s hiring for.

Thanks, Dave Imre Davei@imre.com

22.) Digital Media Planner/Buyer, Mentzer Media / MMS Interactive, Baltimore, MD Mentzer Media / MMS Interactive is currently searching for a digital media planner and buyer to expand our team. We are seeking a highly motivated and digitally savvy individual to plan, manage and buy online advertising. This is a broad role and encompasses all parts of the online advertising process from research & strategy, negotiation, ad serving and trafficking, reporting and analysis, budgeting and invoice payments and full account reconciliation. We are looking for someone who is skilled in Google Adwords (Display, Search and You Tube), In-stream and In-Banner video placement, display banner ad placement. Knowledge and use of 3rd party ad servers trafficking and reporting is a plus. The ideal candidate is a very detail oriented self-starter with excellent communication skills. This job would require the development, presentation, and implementation of online media strategies. A successful candidate has a passion for digital advertising, and a desire to continually learn and track emerging trends in the industry. Send Resumes and cover letter to: info@mentzermedia.com.

23.) Marketing Manager for Monticello, Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Monticello Charlottesville, Virginia http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=23870

*** From Bill Makley:

Hi Ned, will you please post the following job opp that I’ve tried to put into JOTW format/length from the attached:

Thanks! Bill

24.) Marketing Manager, Part-Time Contract, CPH & Associates, Chicago, IL

CPH & Associates, a leading healthcare industry insurance provider, seeks an experienced marketing professional to join their Chicago team. This part-time position will begin on a contractual basis with the opportunity for employment considered after a trial period.

The ideal candidate has a good track record of project management for direct-to-consumer marketing plans. This person will have the ability to independently manage all facets associated with multiple marketing campaigns. This position will work directly with the company president and director of operations.

Responsibilities: Planning, developing and executing direct marketing campaigns for niche markets; creating effective copy and design for print and web; managing content for multiple websites; optimizing search engine visibility and increasing organic search results; managing email campaigns; analyzing results of all campaigns, adjusting them as needed; conducting market research for potential new products; other duties as assigned

Experience Requires 3-5 years of direct mail, email and online marketing experience with proven results; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; familiarity with Adobe products; ability to manage multiple projects independently; prefer property and casualty insurance experience.

Education Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications or related field.

Contact: sara@cphins.com with resume and salary requirements.

*** From Eric M. Solomon

Hello Ned-

I would like to post the following jobs for WellCare Health Plans, Inc. Thank you, Eric

Eric M. Solomon Talent Acquisition Consultant WellCare Health Plans, Inc. 8735 Henderson Road, Building #4 Tampa, FL

25.) Director, Communications, WellCare Health Plans, Inc., Tampa, FL https://wellcare.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=275020

26.) Regional Communications Manager, WellCare Health Plans, Inc., Tampa, FL https://wellcare.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=276580

27.) Regional Communications Manager, WellCare Health Plans, Inc., New York, NY https://wellcare.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=276581

28.) Regional Communications Manager, WellCare Health Plans, Inc., Atlanta, GA New York, NY https://wellcare.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=276582

29.) Campaign Specialist, Digital Fundraising & Supporter Engagement, Planned Parenthood Federation of America – National Office, Washington, DC http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=23869

30.) Regional Account Manager, Midwest, Cassidian Communications, Inc., An EADS North America Company, Ohio / Mich. http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/jobseeker/job/9905923

31.) Staff Writer, Cross-Cultural Solutions, New Rochelle, New York http://jobs.prweekjobs.com/jobseeker/job/9784828

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

32.) Internship (paid position), Corporate Communications Department, CSL Behring, King of Prussia, PA

Position Purpose: Responsible for supporting both internal and external corporate communications efforts through drafting text and news releases for both internal and external consumption, composing weekly internal announcements email, developing promotional messaging for digital signage and intranet, and conducting media research.

Main Responsibilities and Accountabilities:

1. Offers writing support for a variety of internal and external communications needs including: quarterly employee magazine, quarterly public policy newsletter, news releases, intranet and internet promotions, and digital signage promotions.

2. Organizes and composes weekly announcements email to all site employees; including writing promotional text, taking employee photos, editing personnel announcements, and gaining necessary approvals.

3. Provides research and support for media relations and public affairs efforts of department as needed.

4. Provides general administrative assistance as needed in proofreading and periodic checking of collateral placement around the building.

5. Provides other corporate communications support to initiatives and projects as assigned.

Position Qualifications and Experience Requirements: Education High school diploma required. Pursuit of a communications degree required; two years of degree completed is preferred.

Availability Preference: Summer 2012 – June 4 – August 31 Part Time: Not to exceed 20 hours per week. Must be available Thursdays.

Competencies Displays strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills. Has some knowledge of communications technologies and best practices. Photography experience a plus. Proficient in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint desired.

Please send resume to: Kate.Patarcity@cslbehring.com.

33.) Specialist, Marketing Communications, VWR, Greater Philadelphia Area http://www.linkedin.com/jobs?viewJob=&jobId=2751006

34.) Account Executive, Aloysius Butler & Clark, Philadelphia, PA

Aloysius Butler & Clark (AB&C) is seeking to hire someone to serve as a point of contact between the agency and multiple clients. The right person will work closely with colleagues, including media planners & buyers, PR staff, interactive designers & programmers, copywriters & designers and administrative staff.

Daily tasks include: – Managing projects internally to ensure timely delivery of materials – Coordinating internal staff for client projects – Client-related social media content generation and management – Attending client and internal meetings

Skills and personal qualities: – Strong interpersonal, customer service, problem-solving and organizational skills – Excellent verbal and written skills – Ability to deal with a fast paced environment – Energetic, approachable, enthusiastic and a clear communicator – Able to present ideas with conviction – Highly organized and flexible – Comfortable working as part of a team

Requirements: Applicants must hold a bachelors degree in Marketing, Mass Communications or related field, or possess 3-5 years work experience in an advertising agency.

Benefits: We offer unlimited potential for motivated professionals, great compensation and full benefits including 401(k), matching 401(k), cash bonuses, financial planning assistance, profit sharing, medical and dental insurance, pretax accounts for healthcare, paid sick time, casual dress, paid company holidays, free parking, snacks and beverages, job training programs, tuition reimbursement, and paid vacation.

Contact: Please apply online at http://a-b-c.com/Contact/Jobs

35.) Internal Blogger and Communications Assistant, Urban Outfitters (URBN), Philadelphia, PA

Urban Outfitters (URBN) is seeking an Internal Blogger and Communications Assistant (Tracking Code 6688).

Our Company: Gifted with extraordinary devotion and attention to detail, the people who make up URBN truly love what they do. Our success comes from our strong community, a deeply creative atmosphere and a passion for the lifestyle of each customer we serve. If your passion includes creating an unimagined experience, this is the place for you.

Position Description: The Communications Assistant is a new role within our URBN Operations group, with responsibility for identifying and reporting on fun and relevant topics/trends for our employees. URBN in a highly creative environment, so the Communications Assistant is expected to bring innovative, inspiring and disciplined approaches to our corporate communications. Though weve grown to 16,000 employees across two continents, our goal is to maintain the same level of intimacy, excitement and camaraderie felt by our employees when we were one small store in West Philadelphia. URBN is highly entrepreneurial, so successful candidates will couple experience and intelligence, with a charismatic, collaborative style of work.

Qualifications – Our ideal candidate brings one to three years in a creative marketing / communication environment in retail, apparel or other highly creative industry – Active use of blogging and other social networks for communication; has a demonstrated love of communicating through social media – Experience in blogger relations to raise visibility and drive traffic to sites – Video / photography taping, editing & sharing experience – Passion for URBN Brands – Superior organization, prioritization, and self-motivation skills – Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment – High level of collaboration and ability to work in a team – Proficient in Adobe PhotoShop / Illustrator required. Web Design experience a plus

Key Activities: – Develop new and exciting daily content for our intranet site – proactively seek out content, encourage discussions throughout our community, and further engage our audience: be confident in creating original content as it relates to fashion – we need people who are outgoing. – Scour the web and world for content that is brand appropriate – Develop and execute the ongoing social media strategy – Additional responsibilities as assigned

Contact: Please apply online at https://urbanoutfittersinc.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.d spjob&jobid=307802&company_id=15602&version=7&jobBoardId=1112

36.) Editorial Assistant (PT, 6 Mths), Ascension Press, West Chester, PA

Ascension Press is seeking an Editorial Assistant (Job ID#: 1793112269) with 2-5 years experience for our suburban Philadelphia office. This is an in-office position.

This part-time, six-month contract position requires meticulous attention to detail and the ability to juggle multiple projects. Previous journalism background desired. Must pass proofreading test and be familiar with CMS proofer’s marks. Familiarity with Catholic theology and Spanish language fluency a plus. Must know MS Office. Please, no calls. Send resume with cover to mflickinger@ascensionpress.com.

About the Employer: Ascension Press is a leading publisher of Catholic faith formation materials in the areas of Bible Study, Theology of the Body, Church History, Marriage Prep, Chastity, and more.

Contact: Send resumés or inquiries to: mflickinger@ascensionpress.com

37.) Investor Relations Manager, QlikTech , Radnor, PA

We currently have an opportunity for an Investor Relations Manager, reporting to the Vice President of Financial Planning and Analysis. This role will interact frequently with the CFO, CEO, external investor relations management team and key operating team members to communicate our results, strategy and value equation to the financial community. The Manager will also work to attract and maintain the optimal shareholder base for QlikTech and build strong relationships for QlikTech with the financial community. He/she is also expected to drive critical insight, perspective and feedback back into the business, finance, legal and marketing to help inform strategy, business and marketing decisions.

The Investor Relations Manager will deal critical corporate issues and highly sensitive information, and a successful IR Manager must have extremely strong integrity, maturity, and judgment. The IR Manager will operate on QlikTechs front lines, addressing questions across QlikTechs business and financial model and proactively communicating QlikTechs stories.

Comfortable at the executive level, this individual will serve as a strategic advisor to QlikTechs executive team, providing advice, insight and feedback on investor sentiment. A solid understanding of finance, business fundamentals and the technology marketplace is essential. Experience in the Business Intelligence / Business Discovery marketplace is preferred.

Job Description – Support the executive team in building and managing strategic relationships with buy-side & sell-side analysts and institutional investors – Manage a plan targeting new investors and investors with an opportunity to increase their positions – Partner with senior management to most effectively communicate QlikTechs equity story and ensure the smooth flow of information about strategic initiatives, product launches, and business momentum – Address questions internally and externally about QlikTechs financials and business performance and outlook – Serve as a strategic advisor to the executive team – Proactively communicate investor sentiment and perspective internally to guide finance, business and marketing strategy – Counsel PR, marketing, sales and all functions internally on the appropriate communication of QlikTechs financial and business progress – Measure progress and monitor investor sentiment and positions – Actively contribute to the strategy and operations of the IR Team and broader Corporate Communications organization – Collaborate closely with other Corp Comm and marketing partners to drive integrated plans and marketing partners to drive integrated plans and strategies – Be an ambassador for the power of QlikView and use QlikView to analyze and present results internally and externally – Desired Skills & Experience

Qualifications: – MBA or equivalent advanced business education; – 10+ years of experience in investor relations in the technology industry preferably in BI/BD, or 5+ years in buy/sell-side analysis at a major firm; – Established Investor Relations network; – Substantial financial analysis experience; – Knowledge of technology, specifically BI/BD, industries preferred; – Ability to represent the company to external constituents; – Strong analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills.

QlikTech is not accepting unsolicited assistance from search firms for this employment opportunity. Please, no phone calls or emails. All resumes submitted by search firms to any employee at QlikTech via-email, the Internet or in any form and/or method without a valid written search agreement in place for this position will be deemed the sole property of QlikTech. No fee will be paid in the event the candidate is hired by QlikTech as a result of the referral or through other means.

About QlikTech: QlikTechs powerful, accessible business intelligence solution enables organizations to make better and faster decisions. Its QlikView product delivers enterprise-class analytics and search with the simplicity and ease of use of office productivity software. The in-memory associative search technology it pioneered makes calculationin real-time enabling business professionals to gain insight through intuitive data exploration. Unlike traditional business intelligence products, QlikView can deliver value in days or weeks rather than months, years, or not at all. It can be deployed on premise, in the cloud, or on a laptop or mobile device-from a single user to large global enterprises. QlikTech is headquartered in Radnor, Pennsylvania, with offices around the world and a network of over 1,200 partners to serve more than 24,000 customers in over 100 countries worldwide.

Contact: Please apply online at http://www.qlikview.com/us/company/careers/current-openings/jobvite/investor -relations-manager_osbewfwn

38.) Senior Global Communications Leader:, Dow Coating Materials, Philadelphia, PA

Dow Advanced Materials has an exciting and challenging opportunity for a Sr. Global Communications Leader, Dow Coating Materials located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Dow Advanced Materials, a division of The Dow Chemical Company, develops innovative products and solutions that address societal megatrends, including Energy, Transportation and Infrastructure, Health and Nutrition, and Consumerism. We are a global leader in the major markets we serve, including electronics, building and construction, packaging, coatings, water purification, and adhesives, to name a few.

The Global Communications Leader is responsible for establishing the overall business and product branding strategy as well as all related communications programs for Dow Coating Materials, a key market facing business unit in the Advanced Materials Division of The Dow Chemical Company.

This individual will manage all communication resources (people & budget), as well as ensure consistent and strategically aligned internal and external communication programs are executed in all geographic areas. He or she will partner with the Global Marketing Director and various commercial leaders in order to sell / market products and technology.

This role also provides critical communications counsel and support to the Business Vice President, ensuring high-quality internal communications are generated from his/her office that inform senior and executive management of business success; drive alignment of DCM leadership members around strategic themes and shared goals; and motivate all employees in DCM to understand business strategy and what they can do to execute the strategy in their respective roles.

The Global Communications Leader is a member of the Global Business Leadership Team, and also a member of the Advanced Materials Division public affairs leadership team.

Regarding division alignment, the Global Communications Leader for DCM will also be accountable to co-create, transmit and leverage division messaging and cultural aspirations for the great group strategy. The Leader will need to collaborate with other business communications leaders to share resources and develop global talents. As a member of the Dow Public Affairs function, this person will also play a critical in supporting Dow’s overall reputation and business branding initiatives and will be required to find the best alignment of Dow global efforts with business directives.

Areas of Responsibility: – BRAND STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT AND INSTITUTIONALIZATION: Supports in the develop of a corporate aligned global business brand strategy and positioning as the largest and best supplier of Raw Materials to the $80 Billion Coatings Industry- including products, systems, services, technologies and formulations – to support the business strategy and marketing plans. Currently, the brand strategy requires a major revamping. Analyze competitors’ messaging/positioning and define branding opportunities. Assumes the key responsibility of developing and implementing the different aspect of the branding strategy that requires communications, public positioning, and metrics of success, all of which are done in the most cost effective manner. Ensure the brand strategy is communicated to the regions and supported throughout the globe. (20%) – COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION: Create and lead global implementation of communications strategies and plans that build/enhance brand equity and support the business strategy. Define appropriate mix/allocation of communication vehicles to reach customers/prospects, including web/online, events, print advertising, PR, media relations/editorial, direct marketing, etc. Work closely with the global marketing leaders of DCM, the regional commercial managers and their teams around the world, to support their business strategies, and direct the regional communicators to supply the same for their respective regions. Work collaboratively with marketing to develop the activities and related communication needs, as well as help manage implementation within the regions. (20%) – EMPLOYEE & EXECUTIVE ENGAGEMENT: Support Business Group Vice President in recommendation and development of internal communications and positioning, while becoming a strategic advisor that often provides insights on the “pulse” and needs of the organization. Collaborate with HR and business leadership to look for opportunities to promote stories and successes within the business and within Dow corporate. (20%) – LEADERSHIP: Streamline decision-making: Serve as “final decision-maker” when roadblocks occur, thus reducing confusion and increasing efficiency by enabling faster execution of marketing communications programs. Responsible for direct management of direct staff members (communications assistant, web administrator, site communicator) in North America and guidance for shared resources/teammates in other geographic areas, as well as management of external agency/vendor relationships, global budget oversight and all program measurements. Establish effective team dynamics and establish tools, resources and best practices for alignment and consistency. Work with regional communicators to ensure their understanding of role and accountabilities, foster growth and personal development, and look for ways to utilize their skills and talents within the business. (20%) – RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: Display competency in agency and outside vendor management. Oversee global agency mix, drive outside suppliers to deliver excellence, and work for the health of business relations between this critical support network and DCM. Employ effective project management skills to drive the objectives and manage resources and budget responsibly. (10%) – COATINGS PQI (Paint Quality Institute). This is an activity that is housed in our global marketing group in terms of strategic ownership and direction. But, the Communications Leader should help, advice and provide resources for the execution of the communications plan for PQI globally. (10%)

Education and Experience: – Minimum of Bachelors Degree in a communications/marketing/branding field; Masters Degree preferred – More than10 years of work experience in Corporate Communications; Public Relations, Advertising, Marketing, Branding – Global team leadership and agency experience preferred – Knowledge of paints and coatings or construction desirable – Accreditation such as APR or ABC desired – Second language fluency a plus

Contact: Please apply online at www.CareersAtDow.comand search job number 1202951.

*** From Elizabeth Corley:

Ned,

Abt Associates is looking for a communications specialist to manage publications and outreach for a global international health project. Job description is below. Thanks for posting!

Elizabeth Corley

To apply, go to abtassociates.com/Careers. Enter the keyword “SHOPS”. Contact Elizabeth_corley@abtassoc.com

39.) Communications Specialist, SHOPS Project, Abt Associates, Bethesda, MD

KEY ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Manage the publications process from the time work begins on the draft through production and dissemination. Coordinate the distribution of publications to internal employees, clients, potential clients, partners, and competitors. Liaise with editors and graphic designers, managing relationships with vendors. Ensure that all publications go through a centralized quality content review and approval process. Provide quality content review and editing of communications materials to ensure currency and accuracy. Create and execute dissemination strategies for publications that include social media and video. Identify outlets and manage distribution lists to ensure exposure to appropriate audience members. Assist in the monitoring and evaluation of these efforts. Conduct communications and outreach activities as needed.

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: BA (3 – 5) years of experience Excellent English writing and editing ability To apply, go to abtassociates.com/Careers. Enter the keyword “SHOPS”. Contact Elizabeth_corley@abtassoc.com

*** From Gina Jackson:

Hi Edward, I’m not sure how this works but I wanted to share a Public Affairs job opportunity with you for your list…here’s the link: Thanks! Gina

Gina Jackson Press Secretary Congressional and Public Affairs Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC)

40.) Public Affairs Assistant Personal Services Contractor, Congressional and Public Affairs Division (CPA), Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), Washington, DC http://www.mcc.gov/documents/consultants/psc-041312-Public_Affairs_Assistant .pdf

41.) FT Faculty, Communications Skills, Fall, 2012, North Shore Community College, Danvers, MA http://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=175615720

42.) Communications Faculty, Catawba College, Salisbury, NC http://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=175615599

*** From Mark Sofman:

43.) Communications Manager, American Red Cross, Great Falls, MT http://bit.ly/HeUGx6

44.) Development Communication Manager, The Cleveland Orchestra, Cleveland, Ohio http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Development-Communication-Manager/116531.html

45.) Graduate Adjunct Faculty (MBA in Digital & Social Media), New England College, Henniker, NH http://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=175615790

46.) Project Manager – Strategic Communications, DAI, Old Town Alexandria, VA http://www.linkedin.com/jobs?viewJob=&jobId=2777216

47.) Undergraduate Intern Graphics Corporate Communications 6 Months, The Walt Disney Company, Burbank, CA http://jobs.disney.corp.go.com/los-angeles/corporate-communications/jobid211 2955-undergraduate-intern-graphics-corporate-communications-6-months-jobs

48.) Communications Specialist IV, NJVC, LLC – Springfield, VA https://apps.njvc.com/OA_HTML/OA.jsp?OAFunc=IRC_VIS_VAC_DISPLAY&p_svid=14747

49.) External Communications Manager, W.J. Bradley, Denver, CO http://www.hirebridge.com/jobseeker2/viewdetail.asp?joblistid=148537

50.) Sr. Media Specialist, External Communications, Roche, San Francisco, CA http://bit.ly/IgdwIJ

51.) Sr. Analyst External Communications, BURGER KING, Miami, FL http://jobs.bk.com/miami/communications/jobid2276071-sr.-analyst-external-co mmunications-jobs

52.) MANAGER, GOVERNMENT & EXTERNAL AFFAIRS, Frontier Communications, Elk Grove, CA http://hostedjobs.openhire.com/epostings/submit.cfm?fuseaction=app.dspjob&jo bid=307395&company_id=15798

53.) Director Corp Comm, Genzyme, Framingham, Massachusetts http://jobsatgenzyme.com/framingham/corporate-communications/director-corp-c omm-29062-jobs

54.) Director of Communications and Program Coordination, Counterpart International, Afghanistan

Counterpart International is a global development organization that empowers people and communities to implement innovative and enduring solutions to social, economic, and environmental challenges. For nearly 50 years, Counterpart has been forging partnerships with communities in need to address complex problems related to economic development, food security and nutrition, and building effective governance and institutions.

For more information visit www.Counterpart.org SUMMARY

Counterpart International is seeking an experienced senior leader for the position of Director of Communications and Program Coordination for a 3-year, $45M USAID-funded program in Afghanistan entitled the Initiative to Promote Afghan Civil Society Phase II (I-PACS II). I-PACS II provides a supported network of Afghan civil society organizations with an integrated package of small grants, technical assistance, trainings and organizational development support to improve their financial and programmatic viability. The Director is a member of the program’s senior management team and reports to the Counterpart Chief of Party.

The Director will provide strategic vision and leadership to I-PACS communications and advocacy initiatives. S/he will provide leadership, strategic planning and coordination support to increase program coherence and integration across I-PACS program components. S/he will have primary responsibility for ensuring the submission of quality, timely and compelling communications products, including all required program reporting to the donor. S/he will be responsible for responding to ad-hoc requests from USAID for program information or updates, including requests for analysis and presentation of performance data and impact.

The position requires strong experience with civil society strengthening concepts and methodologies to further program coherence and integration across departments and teams. The position demands the ability to develop and lead creative messaging and communications/advocacy strategies to raise the visibility of the program and its Afghan partners, via written product and representational work. The position requires skill and diplomacy in representing the program externally with donors, the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, the international community and media. It requires experience defining ‘message’ and skillfully threading it through written and representational work. It requires excellent writing and editing skills to ensure reporting products are top quality. It involves close mentoring and capacity building of a capable, motivated national staff.

The Director has managerial responsibility for two I-PACS departments, comprising approximately 10 to 15 national staff. The Communications and Outreach team is responsible for development and execution of an effective, creative external relations strategy, as well as the compilation and drafting of bi-weekly, monthly and quarterly program reporting. The Gender team is responsible for ensuring the effective integration of gendered considerations into all aspects of program delivery and design through the provision of technical assistance, trainings and assessments, both within the Counterpart organization itself as well as within the staffing, policies and activity execution of our local partner organizations throughout Afghanistan. (The Gender team works under the expert technical direction of Counterpart partner DTS.)

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

•Provide vision and leadership to inform development and execution of an effective communications and outreach strategy, as well as targeted advocacy initiatives (30%) •Provide vision and leadership – in close collaboration with the Chief of Party, Deputy Chief of Party and the full senior management team – to improve internal work plan coordination and program coherence/integration across departments (25%) •Serve as the final writer or editor of all external written program products, including bi-weekly, monthly and quarterly program reports to ensure writing is clear, tight, thorough and ‘on message’ (25%) •Lead or support external representation efforts – along with the Chief of Party and Deputy Chief of Party – to network and conduct focused outreach with government, partners, donors and media (10%) •Supervise and mentor a staff of approximately 10 to 15, which presently includes a Program Support Coordinator, the Communications and Outreach Team, and the Gender Team (10%)

ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

•Oversee the development, publication and dissemination of public outreach and multimedia materials •Provide leadership in the design and organization of roundtables, forums, and other public outreach events •Provide general managerial support to the Gender team in execution of strategy and work plans (technical leadership is provided by Counterpart partner DTS) •Provide leadership and managerial support to ensure gender technical specialists deployed by DTS perform to expectations and are effectively integrated into the Counterpart staff

Qualifications

•8 – 10 years of experience working in senior line management positions in international development, preferably with civil society strengthening programs; •Previous experience working on USAID-funded programs, preferably in Afghanistan; •Outstanding leadership, strategic planning and program coordination skills; •Specialized experience in communications/outreach/media a strong plus; •Excellent writing and editing skills (writing samples will be requested); •Proven leadership and team building skills, especially in dynamic, multicultural environments; •Demonstrated commitment to mentor, enable and empower staff; •Solid analytical capabilities and excellent presentation skills; •Solid computer skills in Word, Excel and other Microsoft Office tools; •Fluency in both written and spoken English required; •Ability to work collegially within a high-performing team; •Passion for making a difference!

SECURITY MANAGEMENT

Counterpart contracts with a leading international security management company to provide dedicated, on-site professional security support and direction. Strict security protocols are followed. The physical safety and movement of Counterpart staff are closely monitored by expert on-site security personnel. International staff are not permitted at this time to travel outside Kabul, and are required to reside at the Counterpart staff house. Counterpart is an equal opportunity employer. Women, minorities, veterans and the physically challenged are encouraged to apply.

http://www.devex.com/en/jobs/director-of-communications-and-program-coordina tion-20488

55.) Communications Specialist, Kratos Defense, Arlington, VA (Fairlington-Shirlington area) http://kratosdefense.submit4jobs.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=85347.viewjobdetai l&CID=85347&JID=112182

56.) Communications Coordinator, SoundExchange – Washington, DC http://www.soundexchange.com/jobs/new-communications-coordinator/

*** From Jeff Carrigan:

57.) Faculty Associate, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, UW-Madison, Madison, WI http://ow.ly/a6sOE

58.) Copy Editor, Diesel & Gas Turbine Publications, Waukesha, WI http://ow.ly/a5rKN

59.) Marketing Communication Specialist, Rexnord Industries, Milwaukee, WI http://ow.ly/a3IRF

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

60.) Senior Manager External Communications, PNC Bank, Philadelphia, PA https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=745224

61.) Director of Communications, The BOSS Group, Philadelphia, PA http://www.thebossgroup.com/jobdetail.lasso?&-token.job_id=37418

61.) Corporate Communications Writer, Pep Boys, Philadelphia, PA http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?Job_DID=JHS1ZK74 3J4YVP86THM

62.) Director of Communications, Mastery Charter Schools, Philadelphia, PA http://tbe.taleo.net/NA8/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MASTERYCHARTER&cws= 1&rid=403

*** From Sumithra Rajendra:

To Whom it May Concern,

Could you please post the following opening?

The World Bank is looking for a Web savvy and seasoned project supervisor to take a leadership role in building the Bank’s cadre of Online Communications professionals. If you can support multiple projects using established procedures, learn and apply HR practices, and guide hiring managers in recruiting and selecting the best staff, this is a job for you. You’ll need to enjoy working with a variety of people, place a high value on clear writing and effective communications, and be excited about what the Web has to offer. Just as important, you must take pride in both maintaining programs and improving them as they develop. If you are looking for an opportunity to be at the cutting edge of the Web, and have the talents and background to take on this unique challenge, send your CV and expression of interest to Nick Harrison: nharrison@worldbank.org

Thank you,

Regards, Sumithra Rajendra Communications and Outreach Web Program Office, EXTCC World Bank Washington, D.C. www.worldbank.org

63.) Program Supervisor, Online Communication Staffing Consultant, World Bank, Washington, D.C.

The World Bank seeks a Web savvy, detail-oriented program supervisor to develop and oversee processes for recruiting and selecting highly qualified online communications professionals to lead restructuring of the institution’s external Web operations.

Bank efforts to share knowledge more effectively with primary audiences and to make effective use of the new Web content management system are being rolled out across some 36 regional and network vice presidencies world-wide. The positions being added are designed to plan, manage, coordinate, and maintain content quality within their units and as members of the institution’s Web community.

The Online Communication Staffing Consultant is part of the Web Governance Team within the Web Program Office (WPO) of External Affairs Corporate Communications. The position is responsible for managing key steps in the recruitment process: working with Human Resource and Communications staff to coordinate steps describing, advertising, and promoting the positions; ensuring selected candidates are tested and meet strict requirements for performance; working with other WPO staff to ensure those who are hired are given proper orientation and training; and seeking ways to improve all elements of the process.

The ideal candidate will have a solid academic and professional background in communications and a deep understanding of current online practices, including use of social media, sufficient to be able to assess the relative abilities of candidates who submit to testing. S/he also will have project management experience and the ability to work with senior managers in hiring units to ensure the selection and hiring processes are handled effectively. Experience with Human Resources procedures, or an interest in learning and applying them, is a plus.

As a Short Term Consultant, the incumbent will work a maximum of 150 days during a fiscal year; compensation levels are determined at the time of contract and are based on experience and education. Primary duties: • Crafting, writing and implementing procedures to facilitate consistent and expedited processing of applicants at all levels of the Online Communications job stream, from Senior Officer to Assistant, including unique positions such as Social Media Coordinator or Multilingual Specialist. • Reviewing and approving TORs drafted by units that have completed an

analysis of internal staffing in conjunction with WPO recommendations. • Coordinating with unit-level Communications and Human Resources staff, both in Washington and in country offices, in managing the selection, testing, and evaluating of applicants, from initial short-listing to final selection and on-boarding. • Preparing and selecting test materials to reflect issues or approaches of particular relevance to the work and programs of hiring units. • Scoring and writing up assessments of submitted materials, as well as reviewing scores by other staff, to provide hiring units with concise and measurable evaluations of candidates’ abilities in specific areas. • Oversight of scheduling to ensure that all aspects of recruitment, testing, and on-boarding are planned and completed with minimum delay while ensuring quality standards are met. • Consistent review and evaluation of all aspects of the program to ensure it meets evolving needs of the institution’s online information sharing and audience engagement efforts. Selection Criteria: • Bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) in Communications, International Relations/Public Affairs, Journalism, Human Resources Management, or related disciplines, with a minimum of 8 years of relevant experience. • Excellent writing and editing skills, with a strong command of English. • Knowledge of Web writing standards, organizational communications principles, social media technologies and practices, and metrics analysis sufficient to evaluate approaches proposed by candidates. • Experience (preferred) or willingness to learn and apply standard Human Resources practices and specific World Bank policies, as well as change management practices in large institutions. • An in-depth understanding and problem-solving approach to project management. Ability to prioritize, work well under pressure and handle/juggle multiple tasks within tight deadlines and agreed-upon schedules. • Ability to provide clear guidance and to foster close teamwork within the WPO and in relations with other units. Excellent verbal and written communications skills; demonstrated client orientation; and sensitivity in working within a diverse and multicultural environment. • Demonstrated interest in international trends and political/economic

issues related to development. To Apply: Send your CV and cover letter before April 13 to: nharrison@worldbank.org

64.) Creative Manager, Virginia Association of REALTORS®, Richmond, Virginia http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Creative-Manager/116733.html

65.) Media Buyer, Intermark Group, Birmingham, Alabama http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Media-Buyer/116738.html

*** From Terri Lynn Johnson, ABC, APR, who got it from Cari Wafford:

66.) Public Relations Firm Account Executive Opening, Kathy Schaeffer and Associates, Inc. (KSA), Chicago, IL http://www.ksapr.com/about-us/careers/account-executive

67.) Public Relations Firm Senior Account Executive Opening, Kathy Schaeffer and Associates, Inc. (KSA), Chicago, IL http://www.ksapr.com/about-us/careers/senior-account-executive

*** From Terri Lynn Johnson, ABC, APR:

68.) Deputy Director of Public Relations, SWP Associates, Inc., Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

Company Description SWP Associates, Inc provides strategic executive searches and job search solutions. We search for the best candidates for our employer clients. With over 12 years experience in the Human Resources and Recruiting industry, we believe in focusing on our clients and candidates needs. If you are interested in one of our many job opportunities, please respond to our ads or send your resume to jobsearch@swpassociates.com.

About the DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

Great opportunity to work with a successful and established global leader in the Pharmaceutical / Biotech industry implementing a multimillion dollar budget offering relocation assistance and the opportunity to earn a bonus. Position requires the ability to challenge existing company methods with creative approaches to achieve business goals. Job Description Responsible, in conjunction with AVP, Communications, for developing and managing implementation of major product public relations initiatives and US corporate communications for investigational and marketed vaccines including promotional programming, media strategy and media relations, and issues and crisis management. Serves as primary media spokesperson on brand related matters and as the communications liaison on product and general vaccine communications to external stakeholders including news media, third-party consumer groups, and other advocates/critics. Provides strategic communications counsel and support to internal stakeholders on brand related external communications including senior management, product marketers, policy, investor relations, internal communications and corporate communications. Oversees the selection of, and ongoing interactions with multiple PR agencies. Manages staff and/or agency personnel and monitors and manages product PR budgets. Expected results include awareness of company messages among target audiences (healthcare providers, consumers, government officials, policy makers) and motivation to act favorably toward company’s interests.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES Develop and obtain approval for strategic product public relations plans that are supportive of business plans. Implement plans and programs to achieve agreed upon goals and objectives. This is done by surveying external environment and developing messaging and programming proposals to address stakeholder perceptions to bring to desired outcome, obtaining appropriate management approval, ensuring sufficient budget to carry out program, keeping management apprised on a timely basis, adapting programs as necessary, managing resources to achieve agreed upon results, and measuring and reporting results against agreed upon objectives.

Develop and maintain effective two-way relations with groups whose influence is of special interest to the company in support of strategic marketing public relations plans. This will be done by identifying key groups, establishing appropriate contacts, working with groups to identify projects of mutual interest and serving as a company liaison to groups on an ongoing basis.

In conjunction with outside consultants, and as appropriate to support strategic marketing public relations plans, monitor issues and trends of interest to enhance the company’s ability to respond on a timely basis, alert management to developments as necessary, prepare issue brief/crisis response. Respond to/correct issues in traditional and social media consistent with approved statements and company policy/process as appropriate.

May serve as communications counsel to U.S. and/or global crisis team. Develop communication vehicles for crisis management (e.g., press releases, standby statements, Q&As, talking points, customer letters, etc.) for company spokespeople to use before various audiences. Provide spokesperson training. Manage media relations strategy associated with crisis communications and may serve as primary spokesperson to media and/or other external audiences. Coordinate with other global and corporate communications colleagues to support message consistency.

In conjunction with Public Policy and Immunization Policy, develop communications plans and vehicles to further vaccine advocacy that maintain public confidence in vaccines.

Develop processes and provide appropriate support for ensuring content of digital/social media external communications is effective, consistent and supportive of business goals.

Serve as spokesperson to consumer and professional media and provide information on a timely basis. Identify and train subject matter experts (internal and external) and senior company executives in media relations to develop spokespeople.

Interface with Internal Communications to ensure employees are aware of and sufficiently informed of major product initiatives.

Context of the Job/Major Challenges Needs to intimately understand business objectives and brand strategies and identify those that can be supported by public relations. Identify external environmental factors impacting the strategies and help to identify and drive appropriate communications objectives that meet not only brand objectives, but that are also consistent with legal, regulatory, governmental/policy and global strategies. Interface between marketing teams and outside PR agencies to ensure appropriate level of activity and cost-effective programs. Represent business unit, regional, Global and Corporate perspectives within context of local communications needs.

Works independently with little supervision and directs the work of other communication professionals, administrators, and agency staff for whom there is no formal supervisory relationships.

Operates in a matrix environment with key interfaces to other regional Communications colleagues, U.S. Marketing, Medical Affairs, Government Affairs, Public Policy, Advocacy, Legal, R&D, Global Product Communications, Corporate Media Relations, Investor Relations, and Senior Commercial Management.

Dimensions/Scope Position scope is primarily U.S. commercial operations but requires thorough understanding of corporate communications priorities, and global brand strategy to ensure integration of messaging.

Ensures compliance with Company Policies & Procedures related to public relations materials, FDA, FTC, SEC regulations and related laws, policies and standards.

Directs overall activities of Public Relations agencies in support of brand, including establishing project budgets and monitoring expenditures to ensure timely completion of projects within estimated budgets. Total PR-related budgets under responsibility may exceed $15M annually. Qualifications Experience in Public Relations and Communications in the Pharmaceutical and/or Biotech industry. 7+ years experience. Bachelor’s Degree required. Experience working in a pharmaceutical setting and FDA operations required. Media and public relations experience required. Additional Information At this time, Visa candidates are not being considered. Your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

http://www.smartrecruiters.com/SWPAssociatesInc/668821-deputy-director-of-pu blic-relations?goback=%2Egde_74490_member_105626299

*** From Kathryn Seck:

Ned – please post this job opening on your listserv. Thank you!

69.) PR Account Executive – Public Affairs, Waggener Edstrom, Inc., Washington, District of Columbia

Waggener Edstrom Worldwide’s Global Public Affairs Practice is currently searching for an Account Executive to work in our Washington D.C. office.

Waggener Edstrom Worldwide has a more than 25-year history of working with companies that have shaped the world through groundbreaking innovation. That same passion for innovation infuses our approach to public affairs practice. We provide unparalleled policy and issues expertise for companies that operate globally at the intersection of invention and insight, and help them create social and economic value. As one of the largest public relations firms in the world, we offer an impressive global team of seasoned agency experts. We have created a workplace that is driven by passion for the innovation that is transforming the world around us, and changing the way we live and work. Proudly independent, we answer only to clients and employees, not shareholders. Because we’re autonomous, we’re fully in charge. This means we can think freely, plan strategically, act nimbly – and always do what’s best for our clients. We deliberately seek out people from a diverse range of backgrounds to build a culture where employees bring to their work a rich set of experiences and perspectives from around the world. We are always looking for talented PR professionals at all levels.

Responsibilities • Research and develop public affairs and stakeholder engagement plans. • Pitching and securing successful media coverage • Draft issues briefs, press releases, newsletters, fact sheets and other collateral materials, and manage development process from concept to delivery. • Monitor and analyze policy developments which may impact clients. • Develop and implement public affairs engagement plans that provide a clear situation analysis and proactive recommendations to advance client objectives, • Keep informed of a wide range of policy issues and stakeholder views to be able to provide strategic counsel to the team and clients. • Manage account budgets and draft monthly client updates. • Support new business and marketing efforts • Contribute to the development of account plans • Identify opportunities for cross-team integration/collaboration • Share your point of view, knowledge and experience across the team through presentations, brown bag sessions or development courses, etc. • Digital strategies are an expected component of the agency’s strategic thinking, communications plans, and client/influential engagement; everyone is expected to apply a digital mindset as part of how WE think about communication strategies • Experience in technology, energy, environment or sustainability issues a plus

Qualifications • Bachelor’s degree or higher, with major in public affairs, political science, economics, communications, journalism, or related field preferred. • Minimum 2 years professional experience. • Successful issues management experience in a corporate, government or non-profit environment that demonstrates outstanding skills for research, analysis, strategy development and implementation. • Strong understanding of policy process (international, federal and state level. • Passion for developing and driving public affairs communications strategies. • Ability to make strategic recommendations for advancing policy positions through communications and outreach initiatives. • Familiarity with media and community relations. • Strong organizational skills, outstanding initiative and demonstrated ability to multi-task and balance priorities. • Able to work successfully in a highly dynamic environment, across multiple teams. • Outstanding oral and written communications skills. • Agency experience a plus.

http://jobs.waggeneredstrom.com/jobs/579795-PR-Account-Executive-Public-Affa irs.aspx

*** From Judi Spann, APR:

70.) MANAGER – RESEARCH / BEHAVIOR CHANGE MARKETING, Salter>Mitchell, Alexandria, VA, Orlando, FL or Tallahassee, FL offices

We are looking for someone with 3-5 years of applied consumer research experience who has an interest in creating compelling stories out of mountains of data and helping clients use those stories to make a difference, a person who understands both Big Data and nuanced responses.

This is the perfect position for a talented research professional yearning to ensure his or her research insights create real innovation. At Salter>Mitchell, we take great pride in mixing the duties of our research, planning and creative staff. In that tradition, we want a research manager who is analytical and creative as well as meticulous and visionary. We want someone who is good with numbers and great with people, a thinker and a manager. The duties will fall primarily into two realms: • Manage and execute consumer research projects (qualitative and quantitative) to support primary and secondary market research efforts. • Draft, edit, and field survey instruments/discussion guides based on

client objectives • Work with fieldwork vendors to coordinate and oversee programming of

questionnaires and data collection on quantitative studies, and recruiting for qualitative projects • Assist with data collection processes to ensure that sample frame, quality objectives and project deadlines are achieved • Analyze information and statistical data to prepare reports of findings, illustrating data graphically and translating complex findings into written text • Communicate and present results to client teams in effective ways • Direct projects or elements of projects focused on change, typically

behavioral change, interacting with clients, partners, vendors and others to execute marketing tactics, develop consensus and, ultimately, make a little difference in this world. Successful candidate will be able to function well in a fast-paced, team environment, supporting the management of a high volume of research project activity. • 3-5 years experience in consumer research or related analytical field; with minimum 2 years experience in designing, analyzing and managing market research studies, and project/client management • Strong analytic and critical thinking skills • Exceptional written, oral, and presentation communication abilities • Expertise with Excel, PowerPoint and SPSS/SAS • Experience with qualitative research techniques such as focus groups

and in-depth interviews • Bachelors or advanced degree in Behavioral Science, Public Health, Business, Marketing, Statistics, Market Research • Ability to handle multiple projects, while prioritizing and delivering against multiple deadlines • Must be nice and not overly concerned about office décor Qualified candidates should send their resume and cover letter to Robert Bailey, Director of Research:Robert.Bailey@SalterMitchell.com.

*** From Jean Zettler:

Ned — was forwarded this job possibility — didn’t know if you wanted to post it.

Jean

71.) Communication Analysts to support an FAA project (4 years) , GENCO Systems Inc., Fairfax, VA

The requirements are:

Develop activities, schedules and plans to support the implementation of various evaluation and outreach activities, including those of the external NextGen Advisory Committee.  Develop communication strategies for internal and external stakeholders.  Develop processes and coordination required for implementation and application of key performance areas and key performance indicators for NextGen.  Facilitate management decision making and development and implementation of management strategies to support performance reporting and outreach.  Prepare and update briefing and communication materials, including briefings, talking points, decision memoranda, white papers, emails and web content updates.  Design and develop tools and processes for reporting on organizational performance and enhancing outreach.  Develop and implement process for collecting stakeholder input on processes, products, services via research, interviews and surveys and use that information to inform performance and outreach initiatives.  Perform analyses to support the development of alternative performance reporting and outreach approaches and processes.  Prepare draft and final reports on the findings and recommendations of various individuals and groups.  Assist in designing and conducting quick response studies/projects relating to performance and outreach activities.  Provide coaching to staff and leadership within NextGen Performance and reporting. EXECUTIVE-LEVEL FACILITATION The candidate must assist the government in providing the following executive-level facilitation services for NextGen Management and Executive Level meetings, including but not limited to NextGen Management Board meetings, NextGen Performance Snapshot Steering Committee meetings, and staff meetings for organizations within Next Performance and Reporting.  Meet with management and executive level staff prior to each meeting to understand the meeting requirements, objectives, and desired agenda topics.  Develop meeting materials that will allow for successful accomplishment of meeting objectives.  Facilitate meetings with the outcomes in mind and provide highly skilled individuals that can work at the executive levels with expertise in managing and supporting the NextGen Management and Review Boards as well as the NextGen Advisory Committees for organizational effectiveness and executive facilitation support.

 Develop structured approaches to group/team problem solving; to keep discussions on-topic and on-time, adjust agenda topics as needed, and document key decisions and actions.  Facilitate group processes and the development of group/team products.  Document the processes and products of group/team meetings. Provide continuity across organizational activities and coordinate with others to identify relevant and cross-cutting topics for discussion.

If interested, pls send resume and salary requirements ASAP.

GENCO Systems Inc. 3900 Jermantown Road, Suite 300 Fairfax, VA 22030 Phone 703-934-4690 Fax 703-934-4699 www.gencosystems.com.

*** From Winnie Glover:

Ned,

Could you please share this opening with your network of communication professionals?

Since the position is within Economic Development and is focused in Project Management, I feel the posting may be appropriate within your Communications professionals network. Thanks!

72.) Project Manager, client, Lagos, Warri and Asaba, Nigeria

Our client with offices in Lagos, Warri and Asaba require the services of a Project Manager. Must be someone who loves professional challenges, Have the drive to lead others, requires minimum supervision, technically competent and have a track record of effective project management

ROLES

To ensure that the entire project team including all other disciplines adhere to and deliver the Projects to strict time, quality and cost benchmarks including identifying, prioritizing, authorizing, coordinating, managing, controlling, implementation and closing of projects, programs and other related work to achieve specific Project and Business Case Objectives.

COMPETENCIES

• Excellent organizational, planning and time management skills • Logical thinking with creative problem-solving ability • Great attention to detail • Good communication and negotiation skills • Understanding of budget control • The ability to work well with others and lead a team • A good understanding of business

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

• Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Construction Management from a recognized Nigerian or internationally accredited university or college • Membership of COREN, NIESV,NIB,NIQS,NITP,NSE,NIA or any professional

body in Engineering • Membership of Chartered Institute of Project Management [Associate/Fellow membership level] or membership of relevant regulatory body, an added advantage • Candidate must have at least 10 years’ experience of project management some of which should be on international large and complex multi-execution center projects. • Multi-discipline knowledge in the following functions: project management, engineering, contracts and procurement, construction, commissioning, project controls, risk and interface management. • Extensive technical knowledge of engineering systems, engineering calculations, applications of engineering methods and materials and applications of computers 2-D and 3-D computer aided design (CAD) and computer aided engineering (CAE) to engineering problems.

TO APPLY: Please email resume and cover letter to resume@flowds.com. Applications will be considered as received; the position is open until filled, and early application is encouraged. No calls please.

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73.) Sweeper Truck Operator, Southern Star, Inc., Poteau, OK http://bit.ly/HfXsrg *** From Sue Bumpous:

74.) Cowbell Instructor, Youth Music Project, West Linn and Wilsonville, Oregon http://www.prichardcommunications.com/macs-list/Youth-Music-Project/Cowbell- Instructor/pRWRLqXvYm5w#top

*** Weekly Piracy Report:

03.04.2012: 0230 LT: Posn: Dumai Anchorage, Indonesia. Duty crew onboard an anchored chemical tanker spotted two robbers armed with long knives. He immediately informed the duty officer who raised the alarm and sounded the ships whistle. Seeing crew alerted the robbers escaped. Port control contacted but no response.

04.04.2012: 0230 UTC: Lome Anchorage, Togo. Ten robbers in a boat came alongside and attempted to board an anchored product tanker. Alert duty officer raised alarm and informed Togo navy and directed the search light towards the boat resulting in the boat moving towards another vessel in the anchorage. Later another boat with six robbers approached the tanker at high speed. Alarm raised and crew alerted. Seeing crew alertness and the razor wire rigged the robbers moved away. The Master heaved up anchor and proceeded to a safe distance.

26.03.2012:2155 UTC Posn: 16:32N – 059:25E, Around 370nm NE of Socotra, Yemen. (Off Somalia). A research vessel underway was approached by armed pirates in a speed boat. At a distance of 0.5nm the onboard security team fired warning shots resulting in the pirates aborting and moving away. Crew and ship safe.

29.03.2012:2050 UTC: Posn: 19:48.0S-034:49.7E, Jetty No.12, Beira Port, Mozambique. A robber armed with a knife boarded a Chemical Tanker at berth. Crew noticed the robber and raised the alarm. On seeing crew alertness, robber escaped with stolen stores and with another accomplice waiting in the canoe.

04.02.2012: 0300 LT: Posn: 03:23.24N – 099:27.53E, Jetty No.3 MNA, Kuala Tanjung, Indonesia. Two robbers armed with long knives boarded a berthed bulk carrier during cargo operations and entered the engine room via the steering room entrance. Duty oiler noticed the robbers and tried to activate the fire alarm but the robbers threatened him with a knife and tied his arms. The robbers took the oiler as hostage till the main deck and then escaped with the stolen ship stores. Alarm raised and robbery reported to the authorities who came onboard for investigation.

26.03.2012: Off Somalia. A fishing vessel has been reported hijacked and her 15 crew members taken hostages. The last known position of the vessel was reported as 06:18.50N – 050:13.04E, around 115nm NE of Hobyo. Further report awaited.

26.03.2012: 0330 UTC: Posn: 07:00N – 069:45E (Around 200nm SW of Minicoy Island, India) Off Somalia. Armed pirates hijacked a bulk carrier underway. Pirates took hostage 23 crew members and sailed the vessel towards the coast of Somalia.

26.03.2012: 0240 UTC: Posn: 05:21S – 049:18E, (Around 370nm west of Victoria, Seychelles), Off Somalia. Four armed pirates in a skiff chased and fired 30 rounds on a tanker underway. The tanker enforced anti piracy measures and onboard security team returned fire resulting in the skiff aborting the attack moving away. The crew and vessel safe.

25.03.2012: 1335 UTC: Posn: 14:18.5N – 056:49.2E, (Around 170nm NE of Socotra Island, Yemen), Off Somalia. Two skiffs approached a bulk carrier underway. As the skiffs closed in, the onboard security team fired warning shots. At a distance of around 0.8 nm one skiff fired a RPG towards the ship. The security team returned fire resulting in the skiffs aborting and moving away.

24.03.2012: 2215 LT: Posn: Port Au Prince Anchorage, Haiti. Two boats approached an anchored product tanker during heavy rain. Duty crew noticed there were 2-3 armed robbers on each boat and one robber threatened him by waiving a hand gun. One of the robbers armed with machete managed to board the tanker and was seen cutting the mooring rope on the poop deck. OOW raised the alarm and contacted pilot station for assistance. On hearing the alarm, the robber jumped into the water with the stolen stores and escaped in their boat. A coast guard boat came to the location and manoeuvred around the tanker. Master heaved up the anchor and proceed to drift outside the anchorage area.

*** Ball cap of the week: USS Tawakoni ATF 114 – Ops – “Tow Navy”

*** Coffee mug of the week: Northrop Grumman – Production Management System

*** T-shirt of the week: Washington Nationals – Boston Red Sox – Spring Training 2012 – Nationals Park – April 3, 2012

*** Yo Yo of the Week: Dell (Thanks to Jessica Nielsen)

*** Musical guest artist of the week: The Shinns

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