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JOTW 20-2012

May 14, 2012

www.nedsjotw.com

This is JOTW newsletter number 918

 

“Nothing in the world is permanent, and we’re foolish when we ask anything to last, but surely we’re still more foolish not to take delight in it while we have it. If change is of the essence of existence one would have thought it only sensible to make it the premise of our philosophy.”

– W. Somerset Maugham

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***  Top Jobs:  Stand above the rest.  Your job can be right here, at the top of the weekly JOTW newsletter.  To be on top, see below for details.

 

Our top jobs of the week:

 

1.)  PR Senior Account Executive, MARC USA, Pittsburgh, PA

 

2.)  Public Relations and Communications Manager, Enviva, Bethesda,

Maryland with semi-frequent travel in the US and overseas

 

***  If you find out about a job opportunity in communications, send it to me (lundquist989@cs.com), and I’ll share it with the JOTW network.  Your friends can sign up by sending a blank e-mail to

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***  The general JOTW policy is to submit three listings per corporate recruiter or executive search firm submission.  If you have more than three listings, I suggest sending out a Can’t Wait posting.

 

In this issue:

 

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

 

***  One Paragraph Pitch

 

1.)  PR Senior Account Executive, MARC USA, Pittsburgh, PA

2.)  Public Relations and Communications Manager, Enviva, Bethesda,

Maryland with semi-frequent travel in the US and overseas

3.)  Events and Communication Director, Alexandria Chamber of Commerce, Alexandria, VA

4.)  Scientific Editor, International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon, France

5.)  Marketing and Communications Manager, National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance, Hadley, Massachusetts

6.)  Communications/ Journalism Professional, National Association of Chain Drug Stores NACDS, Alexandria, VA

7.)  Marketing Communications Specialist, Cooperative of American Physicians, Inc., Los Angeles, CA

8.)  Advocacy Communications Strategist, Ipas, Chapel Hill, NC

9.)  Manager of Electronic Communications, National Association of Health Underwriters, Washington, DC

10.)  Communications Assistant, National eHealth Collaborative (NeHC), Washington, DC

 

11.)  Communications Campaign Manager, Education Resource Strategies, Watertown, Massachusetts

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

13.)  Ad Agency Senior Writer, Starmark International, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

14.)  Manager, Regulatory Affairs, International Fragrance Association, North America, Arlington, VA

15.)  Senior Manager Public Affairs, Monsanto, St. Louis, Missouri

16.)  Communications Director, The Michigan Association of CPAs, Troy, MI

17.)  Senior Crisis Communications Representative, Progressive, Mayfield Village, Ohio

18.)  Marketing and Communication Officer, Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, New York, New York

19.)  Health Communications Manager, IQ Solutions, Inc., Rockville, Maryland

20.)  WEB & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Vermont Arts Council, Montpelier, VT

 

21.)  Events Planner, REDF, San Francisco, California

22.)  Visual Information Specialist, Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys, Washington D.C.

23.)  Communications Manager, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, Chicago, IL

24.)  Director, Public Relations and Social Media, Boston Ballet, Boston, MA

25.)  Director of eCommerce and Social Media, C. R. Gibson, Nashville, TN

26.)  Swanson Russell, Public Relations Professional, Lincoln, NE

25.)  Director, Public Affairs, National Shooting Sports Foundation, Newtown, CT

26.)  Online Marketing Manager, USA Football, Indianapolis, IN

27.)  Market Communications Associate, Interactive Intelligence, Indianapolis, IN

28.)  Communications and Reporting Manager, ACDI/VOCA, Haiti

29.)  Communications Officer, British Consulate, Houston, TX

30.)  Director – Communications, Marketing and Public Relations, International Association of Geophysical Contractors (IAGC), Houston, Texas

 

31.)  Middle East and North Africa Advocacy and Communications Director, Human Rights Watch (“HRW”), Middle East Region, Lebanon  (Based in the MENA region, flexible)

32.)  Editorial/Communications Assistant, Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), Washington, DC

33.)  Marketing Communications Coordinator, Women’s Foundation of Colorado, Denver, CO

34.)  Senior Content Specialist, Brady Corporation, Milwaukee, WI

35.) n Director of Marketing, Silver Lake College of the Holy Family, Manitowoc, WI

36.)  Public Relations and Sponsorship Project Manager, CNH, Racine, WI

37.)  Media and Communications PR Manager, CARDILOGIX, Gauteng, South Africa

38.)  PR Executive, agency, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

39.)  Director, External Relations, Metropolitan State College of Denver, Center for Urban Connections, Denver, CO

40.)  Hospital Services Specialist, USO OF METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON, Fort Myer, Virginia

 

41.)  Asst Account Executive – Chrysler, Meredith Xcelerated Marketing, Troy, Michigan

42.)  Intern – Corporate Communications, Bank of the West, San Ramon, CA

43.)  VP, Corporate Communications, NCO Group, Horsham, PA

44.)  Director of Communications, University of Pennsylvania Health System, Greater Philadelphia Area

45.)  Community Relations Coordinator, Delaware Youth and Family Ctr, Wilmington, DE

46.)  Director, Science Communications, AACR, Philadelphia, PA

47.)  Aquatic Nuisance Species Boat Inspectors, Rocky Mtn Recreation, Basalt, CO

48.)  Summer Field Technician, Colorado Mosquito Control, Inc., Glenwood Springs, CO

49.)  Seasonal Noxious Weed Intern, Land Use, Boulder County, Boulder County, CO

50.)  Grandette, MGM Grand Casino Detroit, Detroit, MI

 

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…and more!  Scroll down and see them all!

 

***  One Paragraph Pitch:

 

My pitch:

For those who need a “marketing program architect” – I help companies and non-profits build and rebuild marketing operations and programs for the purpose of exploring greater potential for products and services.  Specifically, my background is building marketing departments, public relations programs, and marketing campaigns — with, might I add, great success and numerous awards. My work has helped organizations move into new markets, dispel misperceptions, breath new life into moribund programs, and squeez out inefficiencies in existing programs. With knowledge of available resources and the organization’s objectives, I build the plans, get stakeholders on board, and bring all the resources together. Additionally, I build in feedback mechanisms for stakeholder reporting and to gauge and improve activities.

For more:  Steven Slater, 240-401-7794, or sjslater@verizon.net

(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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***  Oxfam’s bras without borders

http://www.bizcommunity.com/Article/410/422/74544.html

 

***  Fingers crossed:

 

Hello,

 

My brother passed your list over to me. Could you please add me to the weekly email blast of open jobs?

 

Thank you so much, I hope this finds you well and fingers crossed helps find me a job.

A.P.

 

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***  Let’s get to the jobs:

 

***  A JOTW Can’t Wait posting from MARC USA

 

PR Senior Account Executive Needed for Full-Service Advertising Agency

MARC USA

www.marcusa.com

 

1.)  PR Senior Account Executive, MARC USA, Pittsburgh, PA

 

MARC USA is a full-service advertising agency headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA.  We are currently looking to add an agency-experienced Senior Account Executive to our Public Relations team.

In this fast-paced role, you will be responsible for multiple client initiatives. Duties may include media relations, social media strategy and execution, crisis and reputation management, event marketing and cause marketing, in addition to day-to-day client service and project management. The ideal candidate will have superb writing skills from press releases to speeches. We are looking for someone who can manage every aspect of a project from start to finish.

 

We serve a broad range of categories, primarily consumer. While some clients are PR-only, for others we provide integrated marketing campaigns requiring close collaboration with other marketing/advertising disciplines. You will have daily contact with clients and work with all levels within and outside our agency. You may also play a role in new business efforts.

 

This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree, with a minimum of five solid years of PR agency experience. In order to excel, you need to have strong social media and media relations experience along with outstanding writing, planning and project management skills.

Check out some of our thinking at www.wezog.com.

 

If you are ready for the opportunity to make a great impact starting on day one, please submit your resume through the link provided below:

 

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA1/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MARCUSA&cws=1&rid=275

 

You can find out more about us at www.marcusa.com. MARC USA is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability status, national origin, or any other characteristic or status protected by applicable law.

 

***  A JOTW Top Five posting from Jennifer Feinleib at Enviva:

 

2.)  Public Relations and Communications Manager, Enviva, Bethesda,

Maryland with semi-frequent travel in the US and overseas

 

Enviva is a leading manufacturer of processed biomass fuel in the United

States and Europe. Enviva’s mission is to be the world leader in the

production of sustainable biomass and a preferred partner and supplier

to utility, industrial and retail customers seeking to decrease their

dependence on fossil fuels and reduce their carbon footprint. Enviva has

been supplying wood chips and wood pellets to customers in the U.S. and

Europe since 2007. Enviva has raised private equity capital to support

its development efforts and project financing needs.

 

Public Relations and Communications Manager

 

The Public Relations and Communications Manager will report directly to

the Director of Marketing and Communications and will be responsible for

the broad categories of Public Relations, Community Diligence and

Communications Management.

 

• Public Relations: Engage regularly with residential and

business communities in towns/regions where Enviva facilities are

located. Channels include public and charter schools, civic clubs, local

conservation and environmental organizations and local Economic

Development Commissions. Address any PR related concerns at facilities

that directly affect the neighboring communities. Responsibilities

include planning, holding, and follow up for community Q&A meetings;

attending public hearings and or forums; liaising with EDC and local

politicians to ensure we have most current and relevant information.

 

• Community Diligence: Perform thorough due diligence on

potential facility site locations including understanding noise

ordinances, traffic ordinances, and the existence of nearby residential

communities, schools, churches and businesses that could potentially be

affected by facility. Diligence also includes understanding any

historical issues with regard to manufacturing, industry, biomass,

environmental groups, etc. that company should be aware of when

considering a facility location.

 

• Communications Management: Develop a comprehensive

crisis management plan for both corporate and plant level execution.

Assist Director of Marketing and Communications in drafting all internal

and external communications including post press release Q&A, employee

talking points, media interview Q&A for Senior Management and messaging

through Enviva marketing channels (media, website, presentations, etc.).

Candidate must have an understanding and appreciation for the renewable

energy industry, particularly biomass. Skills required include strong

writing skills, an ability to communicate to diverse audiences,

analytical abilities and business acumen (MBA or MA in Communications

strongly preferred), complete ease with and understanding of MS Office

Suite and extremely strong communication and interpersonal skills.

Proficiency in a foreign language a plus. Position is based out of the

Bethesda, MD corporate offices and requires semi-frequent travel.

 

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to

careers@envivabiomass.com.

 

3.)  Events and Communication Director, Alexandria Chamber of Commerce, Alexandria, VA

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs/4766145

 

4.)  Scientific Editor, International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon, France

Deadline: May 25 2012

http://www.comminit.com/ci-classifieds/content/scientific-editor-international-agency-research-cancer-lyon-france-0

 

5.)  Marketing and Communications Manager, National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance, Hadley, Massachusetts

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=378600009

 

6.)  Communications/ Journalism Professional, National Association of Chain Drug Stores NACDS, Alexandria, VA

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/4763287

 

***  From Mary Crystal, ABC:

 

Hi Ned,

 

The Cooperative of American Physicians, Inc. (www.CAPphysicians.com) has an immediate opening for a Marketing Communications Specialist in our downtown Los Angeles office. The job description is below. Thanks for sharing this with your readers!

 

Mary Crystal, ABC

Director, Corporate Communications

 

7.)  Marketing Communications Specialist, Cooperative of American Physicians, Inc., Los Angeles, CA

 

About Us

The Cooperative of American Physicians, Inc. (CAP) is a consumer cooperative founded and governed by the finest doctors practicing in California. CAP provides its members with unparalleled medical professional liability protection, assertive claims defense, an array of insurance products, and essential risk management services. Founded in 1975, CAP is based in Los Angeles with offices in San Diego, Orange County, Sacramento, and Palo Alto. Learn more about us by visiting our website at www.CAPphysicians.com.

 

About the Position

The Marketing Communications Specialist position offers an exciting opportunity to make a significant impact on CAP by promoting the organization, its products, and its services to both members and nonmembers. Reporting to the Director, Corporate Communications, the individual in this position manages third-party service providers and contractors, and works closely with internal “clients” on a variety of initiatives.

This position is based in our headquarters office located in downtown Los Angeles.

 

Minimum Requirements

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

▪     Five years communications experience with a corporation, nonprofit agency, public relations firm, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

▪     Develop marketing plans and projects, as well as the budgets related to these plans and projects.

▪     Write/edit, and manage the development and distribution of, marketing communication materials, such as letters, brochures, sales sheets, fact sheets, direct mail, e-mail blasts, promotional items, etc.

▪     Manage advertising development and placement, including drafting ad copy and providing art direction on design.

▪     Serve as primary buyer of all corporate promotional materials.

▪     Assess membership development needs and create marketing strategies, plans, programs, budgets to meet these needs.

▪     Work collaboratively with various department managers to develop marketing materials and execute marketing initiatives; advise on the most effective and appropriate marketing communication strategies and tactics for delivering key messages and information.

▪     Track and evaluate campaign performance by completing appropriate analysis.

▪      Serve as Corporate Communications’ marketing point of contact for membership development account executives and support staff.

▪     Prepare press releases, biographies, backgrounders, articles, and other communication materials as needed.

▪     Track usage and inventory of all corporate literature and promotional items.

▪     Maintain the department’s information resources (i.e., biography and photo library for boards and senior staff) to ensure accuracy and usability at all times.

▪     Ensure  that all marketing activities are aligned with corporate brand standards

▪     Perform other duties as assigned.

 

How to Apply

Please send your resume by to mcrystal@cappphysicians.com. In the subject line of your e-mail indicate “Marketing Communications Specialist – JOTW.” Include your salary requirement in the body of your e-mail.

 

8.)  Advocacy Communications Strategist, Ipas, Chapel Hill, NC

http://www.comminit.com/ci-classifieds/content/advocacy-communications-strategist-ipas-chapel-hill-nc-united-states

 

9.)  Manager of Electronic Communications, National Association of Health Underwriters, Washington, DC

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/4763287

 

***  From Meryt McGindley:

 

10.)  Communications Assistant, National eHealth Collaborative (NeHC), Washington, DC

 

Reporting to the Communications Director, the Communications Assistant will be responsible for supporting the successful implementation of National eHealth Collaborative (NeHC)’s communication, education, and stakeholder engagement strategies.  The Communications Assistant will have primary responsibility for managing an extensive stakeholder database and implementing all stakeholder outreach campaigns, and will be responsible for identifying participants, analyzing participation trends and contributing creative strategies to increase stakeholder engagement.  The Communications Assistant will play a role in expanding NeHC’s online presence, including production and placement of innovative multimedia collateral; management of website content, including creation of some new content; and serving as community manager for NeHC’s Collaborate online community.  The Communications Assistant will work with the Communications Manager to monitor and respond to media and blogs, and may be responsible for some media pitching.  The Communications Assistant will also support the Senior Program Manager in planning and production of the NeHC University professional education program, including handling all class logistics and reporting.  Additionally, the Communications Assistant may provide some logistical and administrative support for the work of the Nationwide Health Information Network Exchange.

 

The ideal candidate will possess exceptional organizational skills, will be a team player, will have a strong commitment to NeHC’s public-oriented mission and goals, and will be highly comfortable in a fast-paced environment.

 

Duties

 

  • Maintain an updated database of information regarding      stakeholder contacts, interests, affiliations and interactions
  • Track and analyze stakeholder participation trends in      order to ensure balanced representation across the stakeholder population
  • Implement strategies to increase NeHC’s interaction      with stakeholders and the participation of stakeholders in NeHC activities
  • Coordinate with NeHC program staff to implement various      NeHC initiatives, including production of NeHC University classes
  • Produce some web content and written materials for      program marketing and communication efforts (events, newsletters, surveys,      etc.)
  • Regularly monitor and report on print and electronic      media to identify emerging or critical issues relevant to NeHC’s strategic      priorities; pitch media as directed
  • Monitor and contribute to NeHC’s social media identity      in order to increase NeHC’s brand and mission recognition and stakeholder      participation
  • Maintain and update content on NeHC website daily;      monitor activities of online community and various online registries
  • Produce innovative multimedia collateral, including      videos, podcasts, and other online content
  • Support the logistical and administrative needs of the      Nationwide Health Information Network Exchange

 

Qualifications

 

  • Undergraduate degree in      communications, marketing, public relations, journalism, English, or      equivalent.
  • Excellent writing,      editing and communication skills required.
  • Strong organizational      skills, with keen attention to detail and design, and the ability to      multi-task.
  • Comfortable with new      media technologies and the social media environment.
  • Experience working with      website design and database software strongly preferred.
  • Highly collaborative      style; must enjoy working within a team structure.
  • Strong appreciation for      values of public-private partnership mission a must; enthusiasm for      start-up environment preferred but not required.
  • Some nonprofit,      advocacy, or political work experience desired; interest in health IT and      healthcare reform a plus.

 

Location: Washington, DC

 

Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter and 1-2 page writing sample to mmcgindley@nationalehealth.org.  Resumes will be accepted until Friday, May 18, 2012.

 

11.)  Communications Campaign Manager, Education Resource Strategies, Watertown, Massachusetts

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=378900006

 

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

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/4752186

 

13.)  Ad Agency Senior Writer, Starmark International, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Ad-Agency-Senior-Writer/119100

 

***  From Shira Harrington:

 

Would you please post this listing?

 

Shira Harrington

Founder & President

Purposeful Hire, Inc.

 

14.)  Manager, Regulatory Affairs, International Fragrance Association, North America, Arlington, VA

 

www.ifrana.org

 

SUMMARY

IFRA North America, representing the fragrance materials industry in the US and Canada, is seeking a regulatory affairs manager to serve the regulatory compliance needs of IFRA NA’s membership.  Reporting to the Director, Government Affairs, primary responsibilities will be to provide compliance support to the membership, critically evaluate regulatory and legislative proposals, participate in industry coalitions and on regulatory stakeholder groups, speak at external engagements when needed, and lead internal committees.

 

ABOUT IFRA NORTH AMERICA
IFRA North America member companies create and manufacture perfumes and fragrances for personal care, home care, and home design products. Advocating on behalf of the global fragrance industry, IFRA NA interacts with legislative and regulatory bodies and other stakeholders in the US and Canada.

 

The primary focus of the fragrance industry is to ensure the safety of fragrance ingredients and the industry’s products. That is why IFRA NA’s member companies are strongly committed to IFRA Code of Practice – the highest safety and environmental standards for fragrance manufacturing and fragrance ingredients.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Monitor, review and analyze regulatory and legislative developments and other publications for relevancy and impact on the fragrance industry and communicate those to IFRA NA members
  • Develop summaries and other tools to aid IFRA NA members with compliance to state and federal regulatory requirements
  • Provide direct technical support and regulatory compliance assistance to association members via telephone, written communications, and, when necessary, through visits to member locations
  • Monitor the Federal Register for regulations affecting fragrance materials and fragrance mixtures and provide analysis of impacts to IFRA NA members
  • Serve as lead contact for relevant association committees
  • Serve as IFRA NA’s representative  to  and report on meetings of government agencies and industry coalitions
  • Develop formal written comments and other correspondence with regulatory agencies, such as the US Environmental Protection Agency, Food and Drug Administration, and Occupational Safety and Health Administration
  • Coordinate review and approval of regulatory/legislative sign-on letters
  • Assist in the development of regulatory and legislative news stories for the IFRA NA website and monthly newsletter, FragranceNotes
  • Liaise as needed with the Scientific Director of IFRA, scientific staff at the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials, and technical staff at allied associations and industry groups

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Minimum 3 years of regulatory affairs experience, preferably within a trade association environment
  • Understanding of US regulatory system, familiarity with EPA and/or FDA preferred
  • Health and safety policy experience preferred

 

KNOWLEDGE

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Ability to handle confidential information

 

COMPENSATION: $60,000 base + benefits

 

FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION

Email resume and cover letter describing interest in the fragrance industry to: Shira Harrington, Purposeful Hire, Inc. at shira@purposefulhire.com. This is a retained search.  All candidates must apply through Purposeful Hire, Inc.

 

15.)  Senior Manager Public Affairs, Monsanto, St. Louis, Missouri

http://jobs.monsanto.com/st-louis/corporate-communications/jobid2271741-senior-manager-public-affairs-jobs

 

16.)  Communications Director, The Michigan Association of CPAs, Troy, MI

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/4736257

 

17.)  Senior Crisis Communications Representative, Progressive, Mayfield Village, Ohio

 

Our people make Progressive a successful, forward-moving organization. We continuously revolutionize the insurance industry with our innovative services and use of technology.  At Progressive, you will have extensive career path opportunities and the chance to work in a diverse, dynamic atmosphere. Come join a team of enthusiastic people who change the insurance industry one big idea at a time.

 

We are seeking to hire a Senior Crisis Communications Representative to handle media calls, develop proactive public relations initiatives and manage regulatory or legislative issues across the country.  The focus of this position will require reactive public relations, crisis or issues communications- written and verbal, media monitoring and ensure the protection of the Progressive brand and reputation.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

•Bachelor’s degree (preferred majors include Public Relations, Journalism, Communications or English) or equivalent experience

•A minimum of eight years of crisis communications experience within a publicly held company is preferred.

•The ideal candidate will have broad range of public relations experience, including proactive/reactive public relations, national media relations, and social media experience.

•The ability to write clearly and accurately on a multitude of issues to a variety of audiences

•Excellent project management skills, including planning and executing special events

•The ability to manage professional service firms, such as public relations agencies.

•The ability to understand complex business issues, a strategic approach to public communication tactics and national/local media markets

•The ability to research, interpret and present available market data, its media news worthiness

•A strong audio/visual production skills, high attention to detail and a high level customer service

•Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office suite and Lotus Notes databases

What Progressive offers……..

•A bonus program based on the company’s performance

•Comprehensive benefits (medical, dental, vision, etc)

•Casual dress and a great culture

•On-site clinical care, cafeteria, and fitness center

•Ongoing training and career advancement

•A 401K with a 6% company match

 

Progressive is a place where you are celebrated for the person you are, the ideas you bring and the energy you invest.  Apply now and find out what it’s like to be a part of this exceptional group of collegial individuals.  Once you complete your application, you can monitor your status in the hiring process by logging into your profile.  A representative from our Talent Advisor Group will be in touch if you are under consideration and moving forward in the process. As part of our hiring process, candidates must pass a comprehensive background check.  Some positions require licensing, which will impact background check requirements.  Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.   Job Number: 106163.

 

http://www.progressive.com/jobs/job-search.aspx

 

18.)  Marketing and Communication Officer, Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, New York, New York

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=378600017

 

***  From Judith B. Braslow:

 

Please post the attached information in your communications newsletter.  All the information you require is attached.

 

Thanks….

 

Judith B. Braslow, MA
IQ Solutions, Inc.

 

19.)  Health Communications Manager, IQ Solutions, Inc., Rockville, Maryland

 

IQ Solutions, Inc. (www.iqsolutions.com), a health communication and information services firm with over 250 employees, located in Rockville, Maryland, outside of Washington, D.C. and neighboring our nation’s top health institutions is seeking communication professionals for the position of Health Communications Manager.  A background in public health, health education, nursing, and/or another health profession is strongly preferred. Experience in policy, advocacy, coalition building, and/or stakeholder outreach is a plus.  The position requires excellent client service; experience in writing, editing, and media pitching; experience with marketing health-related products and concepts; and the ability to develop and stay within project budgets.  Experience with Web writing or Web marketing is preferred.  The successful candidate can work well in a collaborative team environment, while possessing the ability to work independently.

 

The Health Communications Manager requires a B.S. or B.A. degree (preferably in communications, marketing, or a related field), and a minimum of 5 years of in-depth experience in all stages of developing and implementing integrated health-related marketing and communications plans for major projects. A background in issues around nursing and/or an M.P.H, M.S., or  M.H.S. degree is a plus.

 

Interested in applying?

Please apply online at http://iqsolutions.balancetrak.com.

Closing Date:  Open until filled

Questions:  jbraslow@iqsolutions.com

 

EEO/AA

 

20.)  WEB & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Vermont Arts Council, Montpelier, VT

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/4758745

 

21.)  Events Planner, REDF, San Francisco, California

http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=378500011

 

***  From David Ausiello:

 

Ned,

 

Our staff is looking for a graphic artist to do a lot of print and web work. Link is below. They can also contact me at David.Ausiello@usdoj.gov for more information.

 

R/David Ausiello

 

22.)  Visual Information Specialist, Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys, Washington D.C.

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/316576500

 

***  From Julie Reinecke:

 

23.)  Communications Manager, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, Chicago, IL

 

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited is seeking a Communications Manager to develop and implement executive and internal communications plans for global technology projects and initiatives. This hands-on role will leverage direction from leaders to develop and execute communications plans and content that aligns staff with the Global Technology Strategy objectives of a senior, multi-disciplinary team.

 

Requirements

Bachelors degree in communications, business administration or related fields required. Master’s Degree and / or IABC Accredited Business Communicator (ABC) certification a plus

At least 5 years’ experience in organizational communications, with project or role-based experience working closely with senior / executive leaders

Demonstrated experience with global or large scale communications projects – working as a member or leader of virtual teams

Advanced generalist organizational communications skills and experience, including project- or role-based experience in at least two of the following: Internal communications, public relations, internet / intranet development, social media implementation

 

About Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL)

 

“Deloitte” is the brand under which more than 50 independent firms throughout the world collaborate to provide audit, consulting, financial advisory, risk management, and tax services to clients.   Each of these firms are separate and distinct legal entities.  They provide services in a particular geographic area and are subject to the laws and professional regulations of the particular country or countries in which they operate.  These firms are members of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) organization.

 

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited is the global organization that resides at the top level of the Deloitte organizational structure and provides professional and consultative services to our member firms across the globe.  We develop,  drive,  and support the Global Strategy and Brand for the overall Deloitte organization .  Our employees work on complex business projects, serving internal Deloitte  client service practitioners across the world.

Please review the full job description and apply directly via this URL:  https://dtt.taleo.net/careersection/10400/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=E12HEROIM005JR12

 

***  From Kris Kelly:

 

24.)  Director, Public Relations and Social Media, Boston Ballet, Boston, MA

https://hoojobs.com/job/815

 

25.)  Director of eCommerce and Social Media, C. R. Gibson, Nashville, TN

https://hoojobs.com/job/838

 

26.)  Swanson Russell, Public Relations Professional, Lincoln, NE

https://hoojobs.com/job/843

 

25.)  Director, Public Affairs, National Shooting Sports Foundation, Newtown, CT

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/4767103

 

***  From Beth King:

 

26.)  Online Marketing Manager, USA Football, Indianapolis, IN

http://footballjobs.teamworkonline.com/teamwork/r.cfm?i=44840

 

27.)  Market Communications Associate, Interactive Intelligence, Indianapolis, IN

http://www.inin.com/Careers/Pages/Positions.aspx

 

28.)  Communications and Reporting Manager, ACDI/VOCA, Haiti

http://www.fpa.org/jobs/index.cfm?act=show_job&job_id=970

 

29.)  Communications Officer, British Consulate, Houston, TX

http://www.iabchouston.com/jobs/communications-officer/

 

30.)  Director – Communications, Marketing and Public Relations, International Association of Geophysical Contractors (IAGC), Houston, Texas

http://careers.tsae.org/jobs/4748260/director-communications-marketing-and-public-relations

 

31.)  Middle East and North Africa Advocacy and Communications Director, Human Rights Watch (“HRW”), Middle East Region, Lebanon  (Based in the MENA region, flexible)

http://www.hrw.org/employment/2012/03/01/advocacy-and-communications-director

 

32.)  Editorial/Communications Assistant, Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), Washington, DC

http://www.fpa.org/jobs/index.cfm?act=show_job&job_id=1111

 

33.)  Marketing Communications Coordinator, Women’s Foundation of Colorado, Denver, CO

http://andrewhudsonsjobslist.com/index.cfm?PID=805&ID=8412,29011,0&S=ilkkrioruwr#j22

 

***  From Jeff Carrigan:

 

34.)  Senior Content Specialist, Brady Corporation, Milwaukee, WI

http://ow.ly/aPGuc

 

35.) n Director of Marketing, Silver Lake College of the Holy Family, Manitowoc, WI

http://ow.ly/aOf1E

 

36.)  Public Relations and Sponsorship Project Manager, CNH, Racine, WI

http://ow.ly/aKM1C

 

37.)  Media and Communications PR Manager, CARDILOGIX, Gauteng, South Africa

http://www.bizcommunity.com/Job/196/18/154750.html

 

38.)  PR Executive, agency, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

 

An exciting and unmissable opportunity has arisen for a PR executive to join a top agency! A leader in their field!

 

The role will involve raising positive awareness of the brand and developing and delivering the PR strategy, managing the brand’s media identity through both pro-active and re-active consumer related media campaigns across a broad range of broadcast, print and digital channels.

 

The ideal candidate will be educated to degree-level and have significant experience working within a PR environment in a similar role, preferably in a large organisation or PR agency. Experience of creating and implementing a consumer PR strategy is essential.

 

This is the perfect opportunity for someone looking to join a world class agency and really make use of their acquired PR skills to date!

 

Please send your CV to cactus_communication@ymail.com. If you have not heard from us within 72 hours, please assume that your application has not been successful.

 

Requirements

Key responsibilities of the role will include?

– Assisting with the strategic direction for the consumer PR strategy

– Owning relationships with key PR agencies

– Owning annual consumer PR activity calendar

– Drafting and selling-in consumer press releases using research data, company and customer information

 

Contact details

Hr Manager

cactus_communication@ymail.com

http://www.bizcommunity.com/Job/70/18/155365.html

 

39.)  Director, External Relations, Metropolitan State College of Denver, Center for Urban Connections, Denver, CO

http://andrewhudsonsjobslist.com/index.cfm?PID=805&ID=8412,29011,0&S=ilkkrioruwr#m3

 

***  From Carole Chandler:

 

Hi Ned,

 

I have attached the position description for USO-Metro, Hospital Services Hospital.  We would be most grateful if you could post on your JOTW newsletter.  Thank you!

 

Carole

 

Carole Chandler

Human Capital Advisors, LLC

 

40.)  Hospital Services Specialist, USO OF METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON, Fort Myer, Virginia

 

USO of Metropolitan Washington (USO-Metro) is a private, nonprofit, premier service organization providing morale, welfare, and recreation activities for the men and women of our armed forces and their families.  Locally, the USO of Metropolitan Washington serves one of the highest concentrations of military in the world providing activities, services and programs offered through airport centers, family and community centers, mobile center, orientation and emergency assistance programs, celebrity entertainment, and through our nation’s military hospitals.

 

Basic Functions:

 

Responsible for planning and organizing individual and group activities that positively contribute to a wounded warriors recovery program while helping them and their families reintegrate into everyday life.

 

Aids patients and families in acquiring new skills through leisure activities such as sports, games, arts and crafts, and gardening; and oversees excursions that fulfill these requirements.

 

Interfaces and serves as one of USO-Metros representatives to command and hospital leadership at The New National Military Medical Center, the Ft. Belvoir Community Hospital, Warrior Transition Units at Ft. Belvoir and Ft. Meade and MEDEVAC operations at Andrews Air Force Base.

 

Builds and maintains a favorable brand/public image for USO-Metro with other non-profit and military partners and volunteers associated with program activities.

 

Reports to the Hospital Services Manager, working alongside to prepare long-term strategic plans and strategies for working with a changing client base.

 

Principal Accountabilities:

             Assesses needs for programs, services and events and develops program plans, budgets and volunteer needs to fulfill those plans.

             Develops and/or distributes monthly activity schedules/calendar for easy reference by patients and/or care givers.

             Leads and/or oversees individual and group activities on a daily basis, encouraging wounded warrior and/or caregiver participation.

             Organizes outings into the local community to locations of interest to wounded warriors and caregivers; ensures that sufficient staff and/or volunteers participate in the outings; arranges for the provision of services during the time of the outing.

             Orders needed supplies (e.g., art and craft supplies, party supplies, etc.).

             Works with the Hospital Services Manager to ensure that programmatic needs are incorporated into the annual budget process and that costs are maintained within budgetary guidelines.

             Maintains supplies in a neat, clean manner.  Picks up supplies after each activity.

             Provides instructions and supplies for other employees, tenants or volunteers to assist with group or individual activities.

             Works with the Volunteer Specialist to outline the number of necessary volunteers, prepare job descriptions, recruit, train, and schedule the necessary number of volunteers for each programmatic activity.

             On a regular basis interfaces with and engages support from other nonprofit organizations, military partners and community citizens that wish to support wounded warriors and their families. Works with the Hospital Services Manager to arrange for their participation.

             Provides emotional support to patients and family members that create an atmosphere of caring and support.

             Provides information on USO-Metro emergency programs and assists with emergent needs.

             Takes pictures at events, parties and other special occasions acquiring the appropriate release information for use in organizational publications.

             Prepares regular reports for management on the impact of and participation of wounded warriors and their caregivers in programs and services to improve delivery of service.

             Builds and maintains positive working relationships with hospital/military commands, key personnel, patients and other partner organizations to maximize resources and visibility of the USO. This includes attendance at regular meetings and events hosted by the various commands and public organizations.

             Works closely with other Hospital Services team members to plan, promote, organize and carry out autograph sessions, picnics, dinners and other celebrity participation in USO programs and services at hospital facilities.

             Maintains accurate financial records and proper security of and care for USO-Metro equipment.

             Other duties as assigned.

 

Areas of Competency:

             Enjoys working with wounded warriors and their families; relates well to their situation and that of their caregivers.

             Able to lead and motivate people; excellent interpersonal skills.

             Good planning and organizational skills.

             Strong speaking and writing communication skills.

             Self-starter; able to carry out diverse duties with minimal supervision.

             Enjoys thinking of new ideas; is creative and resourceful.

             Good computer skills (i.e. Microsoft Office).

             Professional appearance and attitude.

             Holds a valid driver’s license of the appropriate type and a driving record which meets the insurance standards.

             Must be flexible and able to remain calm in hectic situations and work as part of a team and in a supportive role.

             Diplomacy and discretion to sensitive issues.

             Experience coordinating and supervising volunteers.

             Some work outside of normal hours required.

             Ability to work in multiple locations effectively.

 

Education/Experience:

             Bachelor’s degree with at least 3-4 years experience in recreational therapy, program development, social services or related field required.

             Minimum of 2 years of experience working with people with disabilities.

             Pluses:  Experience in a non-profit or military setting; experience as an Activities Director, Recreational Therapist or in program development; and knowledge and support of the military and the USO’s programs.

 

 

This high visibility position at USO-Metro offers a competitive compensation package including base salary in the $38,000 to $42,000 range and superb benefits.  Interested and qualified candidates should submit their resumes in confidence to:

 

Carole Chandler

carole@humancapitaladvisors.com

 

41.)  Asst Account Executive – Chrysler, Meredith Xcelerated Marketing, Troy, Michigan

http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Asst-Account-Executive-Chrysler/119226.html

 

42.)  Intern – Corporate Communications, Bank of the West, San Ramon, CA

https://employment.bankofthewest.com/ENG/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&szOrderID=36133

 

***  From Bill Seiberlich:

 

43.)  VP, Corporate Communications, NCO Group, Horsham, PA

https://ncogroup.taleo.net/careersection/externalcareersitejblist/jobdetail.ftl?job=287191

 

44.)  Director of Communications, University of Pennsylvania Health System, Greater Philadelphia Area

http://www.linkedin.com/jobs?viewJob=&jobId=2932326

 

45.)  Community Relations Coordinator, Delaware Youth and Family Ctr, Wilmington, DE

http://www.jobaps.com/de/sup/BulPreview.asp?R1=042012&R2=MECA03&R3=370100

 

46.)  Director, Science Communications, AACR, Philadelphia, PA

AACR is seeking a Director, Science Communications with over 10 years experience.

The Director of Science Communications is a newly created position and under the leadership of the Senior Director of Communications and Public Relations, will develop, implement and manage a strategic science communications plan. This communication plan will establish and maintain AACR as the foremost authoritative voice on cancer research, thereby supporting the organizations overall mission and goals as well as those of the Communications and Public Relations Department.

The Director of Science Communications will inform and educate the public about the importance of cancer research and AACRs important role in accelerating the growth and spread of new knowledge about cancer. In addition, the Director will help to establish AACR through the Communication Department as a top-tier journalistic resource through significant contributions to News Bureaus and other media outlets.

This position will be responsible for the following:
– Develops and manages AACRs science communications strategic plans that establish and maintain AACRs status as the foremost authoritative voice in cancer research.
– Establishes AACR as a top-tier journalistic resource for science and cancer-related medical news.
– Expands AACRs science communications reach beyond the promotion of its journals, scientific meetings and conferences.
– Prepares science reports and white papers from AACRs meetings, task forces, special conferences, etc., for dissemination throughout the scientific and lay communities.
– Works with scientists and AACR staff members to help identify news worthy scientific information from AACRs meetings, conferences and journals and facilitates its promotion within the scientific/medical press and the general public.
– Oversees the writing of scientific press releases, tip sheets and features about AACRs meetings, conferences, journals and other activities.
– Assists in developing science content for AACRs website(s).
– Communicates scientific information to the public and educates the public about the importance of cancer research.
– Collaborates with members of AACRs Communications Department in supporting programs and other initiatives to fulfill the organizations mission and goals.
– Cultivates solid, professional working relationships with medical and scientific media (local, national and international), and the NCIs Public Affairs Network (PAN).
– Manages and mentors science communications staff members.

ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:
– Excellent understanding of biomedical terminology
– Demonstrated understanding of biomedical, scientific research
– Ability to effectively translate complex scientific concepts into lay language for press releases and other writing materials including science backgrounders, tip sheets and newsletters
– Demonstrated excellence in science writing and communications
– Strong working knowledge of national and international media
– Leadership and creativity in maintaining proactive media relations
– Ability to work closely with hands-on management and an engaged Board of Directors
– Excellent editorial skills with extensive knowledge of style guides
– Excellent interpersonal skills

EDUCATION AND TRAINING:
– Ph.D. or Masters degree in related field or concentration required
– Ten or more years of experience in health care, medical and/or science communications and/or media relations
– Excellent management and collaborative skills

SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
– Knowledge of biomedical scientific research
– Knowledge of media relations strategies and tactics
– Strong track record promoting organizations through media relations efforts
– Excellent planning, time management, communications, decision-making, presentation and organizational skills
– Strong collaborative skills with the ability to communicate with a wide spectrum of professionals (scientists/non-scientists)

This position offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. Equal Opportunity Employer

Contact: To apply, please send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to: Human Resources, P.O. Box 40138, Philadelphia, PA 19106 or e-mail: humanresources@aacr.org or fax: 215-440-1045

***  JOTW Weekly alternative selections:

 

***  From Mark Sofman:

 

47.)  Aquatic Nuisance Species Boat Inspectors, Rocky Mtn Recreation, Basalt, CO

http://bit.ly/IO7h0s

 

48.)  Summer Field Technician, Colorado Mosquito Control, Inc., Glenwood Springs, CO

http://bit.ly/IO7IYu

 

49.)  Seasonal Noxious Weed Intern, Land Use, Boulder County, Boulder County, CO

http://bit.ly/IO7UHb

 

50.)  Grandette, MGM Grand Casino Detroit, Detroit, MI

http://bit.ly/IO8xAB

 

 

***  Weekly Piracy Report:

 

09.05.2012: 1000 UTC: Posn: 10:40N – 060:04E Around 345nm ESE of Socotra Island, Yemen (Off Somalia).

Pirates in two skiffs armed with AK47 and RPG approached a crude tanker underway. At a distance of 50meters from the vessel the pirates fired seven RPG rounds and more than 300 rounds from AK47 firing upon the tanker. Effective anti piracy measures resulted in the skiffs aborting and moving away. No injuries to crew however vessel sustained damage due to the firing.

 

08.05.2012: 03:53.5N – 005:35.9E, Off Pennington Oil Terminal, Nigeria.

Six pirates armed with assault rifles in a speed boat launched from a fishing trawler boarded a supply vessel towing a barge. Alarm raised and all crew retreated into the citadel. After 1.5hours the crew emerged from the citadel and found the pirates had left. On inspection it was noticed that the bridge windows were damaged and ship properties stolen.

 

08.05.2012: 1808 UTC: 01:13.38N – 104:53.0E: 16nm NE from Bintan Island, Indonesia.

Duty OOW onboard a product tanker underway spotted two speed boats approaching at high speed. Alarm raised and tanker made evasive manoeuvres, directed the search lights towards the boats, and sent distress message. Pirates boarded the tanker via the poop deck by using a portable ladder however they could not get access into the accommodation as it was locked and secured from inside. All crew mustered and remained on the bridge until the pirates disembarked 30 minutes later. No injury to crew and nothing stolen.

 

17.04.2012: South China Sea.

A tug towing a barge was hijacked while enroute from Langkawi, Malaysia to Tawau, East Malaysia. The tug and tow had left Langkawi on 12.04.2012. The last contact the Owners had with the tug was on 16.4.2012 after which the vessel was hijacked. The seven crew members of the tug were set adrift and were rescued by a Vietnamese fishing vessel and safely landed in Vietnam. The barge was located in the vicinity of Palawan island, Philippines on the 26.4.2012 by the Philippines Coast Guard. The hijacked tug is still missing.

 

07.05.2012: 0640 UTC: 04:26.19N – 004:58.44E: Nigeria.

While underway, pirates hijacked a supply vessel and took her 17 crew as hostage. The hijackers released the crew and vessel at 1755 UTC. The crew and vessel are safe.

 

07.05.2012: 0310 UTC: Posn: 08:17.7N-056:29.8E, Around 275nm SSE of Socotra Island, Yemen. (Off Somalia)

Pirates in three skiffs approach and attempted to board a container ship underway. Alarm sounded and all non essential crew mustered in the citadel. Rocket parachute flares fired to warn the approaching skiffs. When the skiffs closed to less than 0.5nm the on board security team fired warning shots resulting in the skiffs aborting the attack and moving away.

 

27.04.2012: 0500 LT: Posn: 05:51.9S – 013:24.9E, Around 4.5nm from Port of Matadi, Democratic Republic of Congo.

Four boats, two from the port bow and two from the port quarter with seven robbers armed with knives approached and boarded an anchored container vessel. Alert crew noticed the robbers, raised the alarm and contacted the local port authorities. The robbers stole ship’s cargo and escaped. All crew are safe.

 

30.04.2012: 1608 UTC: Posn: 06:01.14N – 001:20.2E, Lome Anchorage, Togo.

The product tanker was boarded by pirates who took hostage 24 crew members and hijacked the vessel and sailed to unknown location. The IMB Piracy Reporting Centre contacted relevant authorities to search for vessel. On 04.05.2012 the crew and vessel was released.

 

30.04.2012: 0150 UTC: Posn: 31:12.4N – 029:45.4E, El Dekheila Anchorage, Egypt.

About six robbers armed with knives boarded an anchored bulk carrier. D/O raised the alarm and three crewmembers rushed forward to try and stop the robbery. The robbers threatened the crewmembers with knives and they retreated to the accommodation where they armed themselves with iron rods and approached the robbers with the other crew. Upon seeing the crewmembers, the robbers escaped with the stolen ship’s stores and properties in their boats. Port control contacted, but no response received.

 

Suspicious Incidents do not get included in the IMB Statistics.

29.04.2012: 0745 UTC: Posn: 13:16.5N – 042:55.6E, Bab El Mandeb Straits, Red Sea.

Four skiffs doing 20 knots approached a bulk carrier underway. Ship raised alarm, sounded ship’s horn; all non essential crew proceeded to citadel. The skiffs stopped their approach at a distance of 1.5nm. After about two minutes, two skiffs made another attempt to approach the ship. The skiffs stopped their approach at a distance of 1nm when they saw the armed security team onboard. Six of the eight persons in the skiffs were carrying guns.

 

***  Ball cap of the week:   Relay for Life – American Cancer Society

 

***  Coffee mug of the week:   NRECA

***  Hockey shirt of the week:   Sverige

 

***  Musical guest artist of the week:  Night Wish

 

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