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JOTW 30-2012
July 23, 2012
www.nedsjotw.com
This is JOTW newsletter number 928

“Be it jewel or toy, not the prize gives the joy, but the striving to win the prize.”
– Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton

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In this issue:

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

*** One Paragraph Pitch

*** Weekly Piracy Report

1.) Outside Sales Representative, OnPoint Partners, LLC, Wilmington, DE
2.) Corporate Communications Manager, Boehringer Ingelheim, Ridgefield, CT
3.) Sr. Communications Specialist, Devon, Oklahoma City, OK
4.) Executive Director, Green America, Washington, DC
5.) Editorial Fellow, Green America, Washington, DC
6.) Managing Editor, Online Content, American University, Washington, DC
7.) Coop/intern Corporate Communications (Mass Media/film/production Etc.), Norfolk Southern, Mcdonough, GA
8.) Editorial Manager, Hazen and Sawyer, New York, New York
9.) Web Developer & Drupal Specialist, Kellen Company, Atlanta, GA
10.) Commercial Marketing Campaign Specialist, ICF, Fairfax, VA

11.) Corporate Communications Manager, Universal Weather & Aviation, Houston, TX
12.) Manager-Corporate Communications (Supply), PPL, Allentown, PA
13.) VP, External Relations and Outreach, Export Import Bank of the United States, Washington, DC
14.) Paid PR Internship, GYMR Public Relations, Washington, DC
15.) Manager, Corporate Communications, Sentara Healthcare, Norfolk, VA
16.) Foundation and Corporate Relations Manager, Asian Americans for Community Involvement, San Jose, California
17.) Internal Communications Manager, Just Born Candy Co., Bethlehem, PA
18.) Vice President of Communications and Marketing, New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, Concord, New Hampshire
19.) Copywriter, See’s Candies, San Francisco, CA
20.) Communications Specialist, Nestle, Oakland, CA

21.) Marketing Manager/Senior Marketing Manager, The Hershey Company, Hershey, Pennsylvania
22.) Sr. Manager, Communications, North America, Kraft Foods, East Hanover, NJ
23.) Media Buyer, Intermark Group, Birmingham, Alabama
24.) Corporate Research/communications Assistant, Sanmina-SCI, San Jose, CA
25.) Navy Executive Staff, Writer/Analyst, OMNITEC Solutions, Lexington Park, MD
26.) Director of IT/Corporate Communications, Health Insurance, Hartford or Norwalk, CT
27.) Assistant Manager, Marketing Communications, National Club Association
28.) Director of Communications, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Villanova University, Villanova, PA
29.) Market Communications Project Leader, SKF, Lansdale, PA
30.) Marketing Writer, Ellucian, Malvern, PA

31.) Sr. Associate (Technical Writer/Editor), MCR, Dayton (Fairborn), OH
32.) Technical Writer, Centuria, Arlington, VA
33.) Senior Public Affairs Specialist for military communication efforts, major healthcare firm involved in TRICARE, location of employment may be flexible
34.) Senior Manager, Corporate & Executive Communications, Vmware, Palo Alto, CA
35.) Manager, Corporate Media Relations, Alcoa, New York, NY
36.) Ir, Pr, and Corporate Communications Senior Coordinator, Sucampo Pharmaceuticals, Bethesda, MD
37.) Candy/Coffee Specialist, The Fresh Market, Montvale, NJ
38.) Maintenance Supervisor – B SHIFT, Farley’s & Sathers Candy Company, Inc., Creston, IA
39.) Production Supervisor, Jelly Belly Candy Co., Fairfield, CA
40.) Hard candy chef, Benz Candy, Houston, TX

41.) Store Supervisor, IT’SUGAR, Scottsdale, AZ
42.) Associate Principle Scientist Gum & Candy, Kraft, Whippany, NJ
43.) CANDY BAGGER/WAREHOUSE WORKER, MCKEESPORT CANDY COMPANY, McKeesport, PA
44.) Finance Manager, National Eating Disorders Association, New York City, NY

…and more! Scroll down and see them all!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

In 2007, C. Blake Powers took vacation from his normal job to go live with combat units in Iraq. Today, his first photo essay on the day-to-day life of troops on the front lines is now available in both print and Kindle versions. Foreword by Matthew Currier Burden, author of “The Blogs of War” and founder of Blackfive milblog, and the Introduction is by documentary filmmaker J.D. Johannes. The print version is at http://www.amazon.com/Different-View-Travels-Team-Easy/dp/1475148178/
and the Kindle version is at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008COXI50.
Ten percent of profits will be donated to Cooking with the Troops (cwtt.org), a charity supporting U.S. and Allied troops, families, and caregivers.

Send your One Paragraph Pitch submissions to lundquist989@cs.com. You can pitch yourself or your business anyway you want, as long as it’s short and to the point. There is no waiting list.

*** From Col. Connie Eckard, USAFR, ABC, IABC Fellow

Captain:

I was proud to call Ernest Borgnine a Masonic brother; and I loved McHale’s Navy!

Thanks for your support. –Connie

*** Real people talk

As technology advances, the IABC Southern Region wants to remind communicators that real people do still talk and it’s an integral part of our profession. To help communicators remember to engage their customers on a personal level, the Southern Region is reaching out to communicators across the globe to bring them to Charleston, S.C., for our regional conference on Sept. 26-28, 2012. Mark this great communication event on your calendar. More information is available at http://2012.iabcsoreg.com.

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27 July – 4 August – East Lansing, Mich.
5 August – Put-In Bay, Ohio
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*** Let’s get to the jobs:

*** From Pat Valdata:

Hi, Ned.

Can you please put this in the next JOTW?

Thanks,
Pat

Pat Valdata
Director, Marketing & Public Relations
OnPoint Partners
Wilmington, DE

1.) Outside Sales Representative, OnPoint Partners, LLC, Wilmington, DE

Onpoint Partners helps small- to medium-sized businesses save money. We take care of the back office (bookkeeping, payroll, HR, day-to-day operations, etc.) so business owners can stay out front, increasing sales and improving customer service. Our territory spans the I-95 corridor between New York and Washington, D.C., more or less.

We need sales representatives to locate potential clients who need our help. Experience is nice but we will consider entry level or mid-career folks looking for a change. A car and valid driver’s license are essential as is a sense of humor. No suits!

Send resume and cover letter to pvaldata@onpoint-partners.com.

*** From Mark Sofman:

2.) Corporate Communications Manager, Boehringer Ingelheim, Ridgefield, CT
http://bit.ly/NBa4ck

3.) Sr. Communications Specialist, Devon, Oklahoma City, OK
http://bit.ly/NBajUO

*** From Sue Bumpous:

Thought this would be a good fit for JOTW.

4.) Executive Director, Green America, Washington, DC

Green America, the nation’s frontrunner green economy organization, seeks a dynamic, experienced collaborative leader to join our senior executive team.

Green America, a national nonprofit organization, works to accelerate the green economy. Our unique approach involves working with consumers, investors and businesses – harnessing economic power to solve social and environmental problems. We seek to shift the failing conventional economy to one that works for people and the planet.

http://www.greenamerica.org/about/employment/jobs/executivedirector.cfm

5.) Editorial Fellow, Green America, Washington, DC
http://www.greenamerica.org/about/employment/internships/PublicationsIntern.cfm

*** From Camille Lepre:

6.) Managing Editor, Online Content, American University, Washington, DC

American University is seeking a Managing Editor, Online Content to join the University Communications team. The Managing Editor, Online Content is part of the team responsible for driving traffic to AU’s web site and engaging online visitors to explore AU.

The Managing Editor, Online Content works collaboratively with division colleagues to strategize, plan and deliver timely, relevant content to AU’s website. This position is a project manager that sets the agenda and priorities, and facilitates brainstorming for planned content, urgent news and announcements among members of the division’s news team and Campus News Group. The incumbent is expected to embrace innovative ways to present news and information online, and measure and report on the effectiveness of online content. This position is responsible for the day-to-day creation and management of content on AU’s home page, News tab, mobile news site, and other web pages. The Managing Editor, Online Content designs and delivers the content as well as evaluates the content’s reach and engagement, and determines the best channel and optimal lifecycle for the content. The Managing Editor, Online Content reports to the AVP of University Communications and supervises one full-time Online Writer, and freelancer writers and part-time staff as needed.

The position requires overtime and weekend work to meet deadlines and departmental goals.

The full job description is available online.

To apply: fill out online application, and submit cover letter, resume, and work samples at https://jobs.american.edu/JobPostings.aspx

To learn more about American University and the benefits of being an AU staff member, visit www.american.edu and www.american.edu/hr.

7.) Coop/intern Corporate Communications (Mass Media/film/production Etc.), Norfolk Southern, Mcdonough, GA
http://bit.ly/OSfsbK

*** From Jeffery Neale:

8.) Editorial Manager, Hazen and Sawyer, New York, New York

National environmental engineering firm seeks an Editorial Manager to help guide the development of Marcomm strategy and materials. Must be experienced in working with technical teams and graphic designers to develop vision, messaging, and long and short copy for marketing materials.

The best fit for this position will be a creative, resourceful, and energetic person with a keen graphic eye. The Editorial Manager will always have competing priorities and need to keep several projects moving forward at once. The Editorial Manager will also constantly need to learn new things.

The Editorial Manager will team with colleagues to produce brochures, fact sheets, website copy, press releases, presentations, videos, external and internal newsletters, and articles for industry publications, among other projects. The position will include occasional outreach to industry press.

Requirements include no less than five years experience in marketing communications focusing on writing, editing, and materials production. Must have experience distilling and translating technical content. Must be able to write quickly and proofread effectively.

Experience with Adobe CS – specifically InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator – preferred.

Please send cover letter, resume, and work samples to jneale@hazenandsawyer.com.

9.) Web Developer & Drupal Specialist, Kellen Company, Atlanta, GA
http://www.kellencompany.com/career-opportunities-north-america

10.) Commercial Marketing Campaign Specialist, ICF, Fairfax, VA
http://jobview.monster.com/GetJob.aspx?JobID=112355254

11.) Corporate Communications Manager, Universal Weather & Aviation, Houston, TX
http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.aspx?JobID=112353543

12.) Manager-Corporate Communications (Supply), PPL, Allentown, PA
https://careers2.pplweb.com/psc/PS1/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=20120539

*** From Selam Assefaw:

Hello.

Please see attached job posting. Let me know you have any questions.

Selam Assefaw
Account Manager,
Office of Human Resources
Export-Import Bank of US

13.) VP, External Relations and Outreach, Export Import Bank of the United States, Washington, DC

The Export Import Bank of the United States (Ex‐Im Bank), a Government corporation that provides financing to support the sale of U.S. goods and services to foreign buyers, seeks to fill a Vice President (VP), External Relations and Outreach position in its Communication office. The VP of External Relations and Outreach plays a critical role within the Bank to direct the formulation and implementation of strategies designed to increase awareness and utilization of the Ex-Im Bank’s export finance products and services. The incumbent is responsible for overseeing the design and production of Bank-wide marketing materials and the organization and implementation of direct outreach initiatives. The agency, in support of the National Export Initiative’s goal of doubling U.S. exports by the end of 2014, is pursuing several key projects to increase its volume of small business customers and authorizations. In addition, Ex-Im Bank continues to execute its strategic plan focused on increasing U.S. exports to nine key markets and several key industries with products and services that are in high demand around the globe. Furthermore, Ex-Im Bank is expanding its outreach to other government agencies, business associations, state and national elected officials and private sector partners. These efforts require broad communication of the Bank’s messages and mission and strategic efforts to increase awareness of the Bank among diverse audiences, including U.S. companies, potential buyers of U.S. goods and services worldwide, and other stakeholders.
VP of External Relations and Outreach
Position is located in Washington, DC

Announcement # D040-12-COMM-689006
Ex‐Im Bank is a self‐sustaining independent federal agency focused on creating jobs through exports and opening new markets for US products abroad. Ex ‐Im Bank provides financing for American companies so they can export their goods and services beyond our borders. Our team is talented, creative, and committed to ensuring the best service for our clients. Our mission has never been more important. To learn more about Ex‐Im Bank, please visit our website at www.exim.gov .
The Export Import Bank of the United States is an equal opportunity employer.
Salary $123,758.00 to $155,500.00
U.S. citizenship is required

To Apply:
http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/319614600

*** From Andrea Holmes:

Please post in your next newsletter. Thank you.

14.) Paid PR Internship, GYMR Public Relations, Washington, DC

GYMR Public Relations in Washington, DC is looking for paid, full-time interns for fall 2012. Interns are vital members of account teams and participate in a variety of client-related activities.

Responsibilities may include preparing targeted media lists, conducting research, assisting in partnership development, monitoring coverage in national and local media, participating in brainstorms and providing administrative support. GYMR interns gain valuable experience in media relations, partnership building and health policy, and often contribute to and provide support for major events and press conferences. Applications will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. ET on July 29, 2012.

Prerequisites
• Demonstrated experience or interest in communications and/or health policy
• Exceptional organizational and time management skills; ability to juggle multiple assignments
• Extraordinary attention to detail
• Excellent verbal and writing skills (a writing test will be administered at the time of the interview)
• Ability to proofread a variety of materials quickly and effectively
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Comfortable making phone calls
• Ability and willingness to understand complex client topics and issues
• Proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint (including basic design, formatting and using formulas)
• Proficiency in working with various social media platforms (e.g., Facebook, Twitter)
• Bachelor’s degree (or near completion) or master’s degree in communications or related field
• Ability to commit to entire full time, 17-week internship (September 4 through December 31, 2012)

Compensation
• The position is full time – 40 hours a week at $12/hour; $480 a week
• Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
• Internship runs from September 4–December 31, 2012
• Unpaid leave for vacations, appointments, etc., can be arranged in advance

To Apply
Send cover letter and resume to:
Shannon Murphy
GYMR Public Relations
1825 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20009
interns@gymr.com
*No phone calls please*

*** From Emma Inman:

Ned,

Would you post this on your upcoming JOTW? Thanks so much.

Emma

Emma A. Inman, APR
Director, Corporate Communications
Sentara Healthcare
Norfolk, VA

15.) Manager, Corporate Communications, Sentara Healthcare, Norfolk, VA

Job # 44180

Sentara’s Corporate Office located in Norfolk, VA is currently recruiting for a full time Communications Manager position.
The Communications Manager is responsible for managing a team of professionals in developing and executing proactive communications strategies to build reputation, manage potential and emerging issues, and enhance employee, physician, and community stakeholder engagement and alignment. Responsibilities include oversight of issues, crisis and disaster communications and managing the effective implementation of internal and stakeholder communications across the Sentara enterprise. Qualified candidates must have experience handling issues in the social media space and proven management skills.

• Qualifications:

Education-Master’s degree in communications, journalism, or related field with

Experience-Eight to ten years experience in public relations or corporate communications, including five years of supervisory experience. Demonstrated knowledge of digital communications, media engagement, strategic communications planning, project management, budget planning and management. Strong knowledge of incident, issues and crisis communications management in both traditional and social media spaces, preferably in a multi-unit/geographically dispersed, complex business. Demonstrated knowledge of fostering a high quality workplace through effective internal communications and employee and physician engagement strategies and tactics with a strong commitment to quality and process improvement. Demonstrated experience in engaging community influencer’s and communications management in both traditional and social media spaces, preferably at a multi-unit/geographically dispersed, complex business.

Knowledge of healthcare delivery is desired. Accreditation in Public Relations is preferred.
Visit http://www.sentara.com/Employment/Pages/SearchAndApply.aspx to apply.

16.) Foundation and Corporate Relations Manager, Asian Americans for Community Involvement, San Jose, California
http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=385200008

17.) Internal Communications Manager, Just Born Candy Co., Bethlehem, PA

Just Born, Inc. is seeking an Internal Communications Manager to develop and effectively execute the Company’s internal communications strategy and programs in support of our transformational growth plans. Will work closely with senior management and communication contacts throughout the company to ensure ongoing, high quality internal communication at all levels.

Key responsibilities of this position are:

• Develop and implement an internal communications strategy. Analyze effectiveness of current internal communications efforts and improve existing processes.

• Ensure that internal communication programs and activities help drive associate engagement and commitment to the Company’s Vision, Mission, Strategies and Pledge.

• In collaboration with members of the Internal Communications Network, manage communications related to business and product developments, organizational structure changes, financial results, employee recognition, key events, etc.

• Leverage the Just Born intranet and video screen(s), working closely with functional areas to develop and update content.

• In partnership with others, plan and implement internal communication meetings such as Town Halls, including developing content, overseeing vendors, and managing logistics.

• Support executives and other leaders in communicating effectively with associates by providing coaching on effective communication approaches.

Requirements:
Minimum qualifications for this position are:

• Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Communications, Public Relations, or other associated field of study. Master’s degree preferred.

• 5 – 7 years of progressive responsibility in the communications field, in either a corporate environment or agency. Strong Internal Communications background highly desired.

• Ability to effectively work with and influence all levels of the organization, including senior management. Self-starter with strong planning and work organization skills.

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including editorial and speechwriting.

• Effective interpersonal skills to be able to develop good working relationships with a broad spectrum of people at all levels, both internally and externally.

• Creativity and thought leadership in utilizing multiple communication channels and in developing new and motivating approaches to internal communications.

• Proficiency in Microsoft Office products

http://www.justborn.com/get-to-know-us/careers?job_id=90b71093-0569-4fa9-b4c5-821060498925

18.) Vice President of Communications and Marketing, New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, Concord, New Hampshire
http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/job_item.jhtml?id=312400022

19.) Copywriter, See’s Candies, San Francisco, CA

POSITION OBJECTIVE:
To own the voice of the See’s Brand, insuring consistent and error-free execution in all vehicles.
POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Ensure the voice of the See’s brand is consistent in all vehicles.
2. Partner with the Creative Team to develop seasonal campaign messaging.
3. Ensure seasonal campaign messages are driven thru all vehicles.
4. Oversee copy developed by external partners, including but not limited to catalogs, social media, radio, etc. Voice must be on-brand and execution must be simple.
5. Directly develop consumer-facing messaging for in-store signage, website, emails, and customer service documentation. Voice must be on-brand and execution must be simple.
6. Audit existing materials ensuring voice is on target and messaging is clear and easy to understand.
7. Complete special projects as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

1. 7+ years experience as a copywriter in a retail or agency environment; in house experience with a “best in class” brand is strongly preferred.
2. Exceptional writing skills and technical aptitude.
3. Team player who can work collaboratively and effectively communicate with multiple teams in a corporate environment. Able to productively respond to and act on critical feedback.
4. Solid understanding of business requirements and how they influence the final written output; strong organizational, planning and project management skills. Possesses excellent client-facing skills.
5. Ability to work independently, handle multiple projects simultaneously and effectively juggle diverse writing demands.
6. Bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism, Communications, or related field.
http://www.sees.com/pdf/Copywriter.pdf

20.) Communications Specialist, Nestle, Oakland, CA
http://sh.webhire.com/servlet/av/jd?ai=680&ji=2628123

21.) Marketing Manager/Senior Marketing Manager, The Hershey Company, Hershey, Pennsylvania

The Hershey Company is currently accepting resumes for future opportunities for talented Marketing Managers/Senior Marketing Managers.

The Marketing Manager is the “prime mover” for the brands, season/packtype, and/or innovation in his or her area of responsibility, has sales and profit & loss responsibility for a major brand or a group of brands in our U.S. business and is responsible for translating the general strategic direction from senior management into a set of concrete strategies and plans for the brands. The job requires strategic skills, leadership, and a highly developed set of marketing and general management skills that can translate into successful sales, share and profit results.

The Marketing Manager must have a keen view of the external environment including a) general trends impacting the business b) competitive assessment and c) an understanding of both consumers and customers. A Marketing Manager requires strong strategic skills and an ability to formulate the strategic direction for the business including all major marketing decisions on advertising, promotion, product changes, pricing, new products, retail programs, and other key programs that could affect the short and long term profitability and share position.

A Marketing Manager must be a strong leader of people. He or she will usually manage several Associate Marketing Managers who require continued coaching and development. Also, the Marketing Manager plays a leadership role throughout the corporation in his or her coordination with other functional areas to ensure that the necessary actions occur in support of the brand. He or she will play a leadership role with outside marketing suppliers.

The Marketing Manager is the individual that is most directly responsible for the success of the brand. He or she is accountable for the sales growth, financial health, and long term development of the trademark. He or she will need to manage effectively in a 360 degree pattern. A Marketing Manager must be very effective at:
1) Developing and presenting recommendations to senior management
2) Engaging direct reports to execute marketing plans
3) Working collaboratively in a leadership role with Marketing Managers and others throughout the marketing organization to ensure successful integration and leverage of packtype, seasons, and new product programs
4) Coordinating and leading activities with virtually every function in the company to achieve the brand’s goals
5) Leading and directing the activities of outside suppliers including ad and promotion agencies

In addition to Marketing Managers who are responsible for traditional brand management, Hershey also has Marketing Managers who perform similar leadership roles for packtypes, seasons, channels, and new products. In each case, the Marketing Manager is responsible for the overall growth and profitability of his or her area of responsibility and accountable for successful planning and execution on the business. The job responsibilities are very similar to those described above except the focus in on a packtype, season, channel or new product instead of an existing brand. In each of these positions, the Marketing Manager is working to not only support the needs of the brands but also maximize Hershey’s results in these respective areas.

The Sr. Marketing Manager position is one that requires the highest level of demonstrated performance and proficiency at the Marketing Manager level. These Sr. Marketing Manager positions will support a business that is of the highest strategic significance for the company. Often the position will have a higher level of sales accountability and/or more direct reports, but the overriding consideration is the strategic significance of the position as defined by organization’s strategic operating plan and vision.

Responsibilities:
• Strategic, annual and marketing planning and periodic re-planning on the business
• Leadership of activities inside and outside the company that will result in successful implementation of marketing plans
• Performance management activities including personal training and development
• External and internal assessments of the business environment, competitors, customers, market trends and the implications to the Manager’s area of responsibility
• Presentations made to Hershey’s customers.

Qualifications:
Education: Bachelor’s degree required. MBA preferred.
Experience: Progression of successful accomplishments at levels of marketing management to include at least 3 years as an Assistant and/or Associate Marketing Manager. The experience should be consistent with the particular role for the Marketing Manager and the long term fit in Hershey’s marketing organization. In general, experience in the top-tier consumer products marketing companies is expected.

Minimum knowledge, skills, and abilities required to successfully perform major duties/responsibilities:
• Superior strategic thinking and planning
• Overall business knowledge and holistic general management approach
• Superior leadership skills
• Outstanding analytical abilities
• Ability to nurture and contribute to innovation and creative solutions
• Demonstrated ability to be accountable for sales and income results

The Hershey Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The policy of The Hershey Company is to extend opportunities to qualified applicants and employees on an equal basis regardless of an individual’s age, race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, Veteran Status, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other protected category recognized by state and federal laws.

https://performancemanager4.successfactors.com/career?career%5fns=job%5flisting&company=Hersheys&navBarLevel=JOB%5fSEARCH&rcm%5fsite%5flocale=en%5fUS&site=ZnExdTduOUNmQkE9&career_job_req_id=5081

22.) Sr. Manager, Communications, North America, Kraft Foods, East Hanover, NJ

We are looking for a creative, talented communications professional to join the North American Corporate Affairs team as the company seeks to raise its profile among key internal and external stakeholders in the newly-created region as we become Mondelēz International.

As Senior Manager, Corporate Affairs, North America, you will develop and deliver an internal and external communications program to drive key business strategies and strategic initiatives for the $7 billion North American region. You will champion Corporate Affairs and Communications as strategic business levers and enablers of change within the organization, while enhancing the company’s profile and reputation both internally and externally.

You will lead brand PR efforts in support of the beloved billion-dollar Biscuits and Confectionery brands such as Oreo, LU, Nabisco, Cadbury and Trident. You will bring new thinking and innovation to brand communications, fueled by your strong communications experience and perspective, as well as your understanding of traditional media and social media trends. As a core member of the Integrated Marketing Communications team, you will drive exciting and breakthrough communications programs and major PR events for iconic brands, and will represent the brands and the company as a spokesperson in external media relations with top-tier US and international media outlets (including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, AP/Bloomberg/other wire services, each which account for millions in daily readership/viewer circulation). Further, you will manage a network of external PR agencies supporting Biscuits, Chocolate, Gum and Candy category programs and initiatives in the US, including having responsibility for the allocation and management of an annual multi-million dollar US brand PR budget, spanning multiple businesses and outreach efforts.

You will drive internal communications efforts and engagement for the North American Regional Leadership (spanning multiple business categories and functions), including office-based employees, field sales force and manufacturing employees across the US, Canada and Mexico. In this role, you will also be responsible for website development and content creation/updates on the NA intranet site, and will play a lead role in driving strategic internal and leadership communications, including print, face-to-face and other online and interactive vehicles. You will partner with other business leaders (HR, Marketing, etc.) to drive internal communications and employee engagement efforts. In addition, you will ensure NA presence and content on the company’s internet and in other internal and external forums is fit for purpose.

In this role, you will also support the Regional Director, Corporate and Government Affairs, North America, on a number of important strategic communications efforts, and will work collaboratively with colleagues in the NA CGA organization, among others, to drive business priorities in a wide range of areas, including Corporate Responsibility. This role reports to the Region Director, Corporate and Government Affairs, North America The role is based in East Hanover, NJ, but may require limited project-based travel within the US and Canada.

Qualifications

•University degree in communications or related field (marketing, advertising, other liberal arts area) required
•Minimum 8+ years previous work experience in PR/media/advertising agency setting or related corporate fields (Corporate Affairs, PR, Marketing)
•Excellent communications skills (verbal and written)
•Excellent knowledge of/ previous experience with technology platforms (intranet/internet) and design programs (HTML, Photoshop, Adobe, etc.)
•Strong understanding of marketing fundamentals and business dynamics
•Strong social skills and ability to network/build relationships
•High degree of creativity and intellectual curiosity
•Experience leading effective PR/Media Relations campaigns and/or related Corporate Responsibility efforts
https://kraftfoods.taleo.net/careersection/kraft_careersite_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=1205835

23.) Media Buyer, Intermark Group, Birmingham, Alabama
http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Media-Buyer/132218.html

24.) Corporate Research/communications Assistant, Sanmina-SCI, San Jose, CA
http://www.ihispano.com/job-search/corporate-researchcommunications-assistant.5043401.html

*** From Nicholas Abid:

Thank you Ed!

25.) Navy Executive Staff, Writer/Analyst, OMNITEC Solutions, Lexington Park, MD

Navy Executive Staff, Writer/Strategic Writer, Naval Programs

OMNITEC Solutions (http://www.omnitecinc.com) provides strategic leadership support to senior Navy officials at Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) Headquarters.

We seek an experienced Analyst to research and analyze DoD / DoN guidance and policy; execute data calls for program, technical, and ceremonial content; interview subject matter experts in order to prepare cohesive talking points/speeches/briefs for Navy flag officers; apply superb writing and analytical skills to produce presentations, reports, publications, and point papers; conduct environmental scans and business management research and analysis; and support strategy development. Former active-duty Navy or Marine Corps officer with executive staff, writing, and operational experience is highly preferred (Chief of Staff, Executive Assistant, 1300/1320 Navy designator or 7500 series Marine MOS).

Requirements include strong analysis, writing, and communication skills, both written and oral; familiarity with aviation programs and protocol of high-ranking military officers; and expertise in MS Office, with emphasis on Word and Power Point. We need a self-starter who understands naval aviation and is familiar with aviation acquisition, and is articulate, perceptive, and tactful. Prior Navy/USMC aviation operational experience and knowledge is highly desirable.

Work location: NAVAIR HQ in Lexington Park, Md. (20670)

US citizenship with a current Secret clearance (or the ability to immediately obtain one) is required.

Please submit resume and writing samples to: Employment@omnitecinc.com, ATTN: 12.0032;

*** From Evan Angara:

Hi Ned,
Our executive search firm, Lynn Hazan & Associates, would like to have a job posted on your website. The position calls for a Director of IT/Corporate Communications in Hartford or Norwalk, CT. Interested applicants can send a cover letter and resume to Lynn Hazan (President) at CommDir@lhazan.com. A follow up call at 312-863-5401 is highly encouraged. Full specs are below along with a link to it on our site: http://lhazan.com/content/?q=node/193.

Thanks, Ned, and don’t hesitate to email back with any questions.
Best,
Evan Angara

Evan Angara
Lynn Hazan & Associates

26.) Director of IT/Corporate Communications, Health Insurance, Hartford or Norwalk, CT

Ref # 695

Have experience in external, internal and IT communications? Love working within consumer technology and social media channels? Work well within a matrixed environment where forming effective networks is key? Want to provide leadership to biggest staff unit within the company?

Background

Fortune 500 company seeks focused and innovative Director of Communications to promote company’s brand and position IT and consumer technology for maximum awareness. Client is known for its IT platform, clinical expertise and commitment to innovation. Candidate has 10 years of experience in corporate, executive or financial communications, and/or public affairs. Corporate background and bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience needed. Agency background a plus. Report to VP of Corporate Communications. Dotted line to CIO.

Ideal candidate has global leadership experience in developing and executing strategy, C suite expertise, media relations, strong writing skills, detail oriented and capable of multi-tasking.

Responsibilities

Craft proactive communications plan within ITSO (Innovation, Technology and Service Operations), numbering 14,000 employees. Operating unit includes IT, real estate, security, and food services.

Develop media relations to ensure company’s views are consistently provided. Maximize visibility for CIO and IT leaders.

Communicate strategic vision for ITSO, where healthcare and IT intersect. Be part of an 8 person leadership team within a 57 person communications dept.

Promote advancements in mobile, applications and infrastructure technology to enhance company’s leadership in this space.

Align ITSO’s communications with company’s messages and goals to support its brand.

Breakout of time: 50-70% external, strategy, media relations and events, 30-40% internal communications. 20% travel

To Apply:

Please forward your resume as a .doc, along with detailed cover letter including salary. Send materials to Lynn Hazan, Lynn Hazan & Associates, CommDir@lhazan.com. We appreciate a follow up call at 312.863.5401. Candidates who call will be reviewed first.

*** From Cindy Vizza:

Thanks Ned!

Cindy Vizza
Publisher & Senior Director of Knowledge Management
National Club Association
Washington, DC

27.) Assistant Manager, Marketing Communications, National Club Association

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: Responsible for writing, editing and executing marketing communications that support and strengthen the National Club Association’s brand message and awareness. A dynamic professional marketer who thrives in a fast-paced, high-volume work environment and who works collaboratively with all staff and managers. Creates promotional copy, integrated marketing brand messaging, and provides creative graphic designs for all assigned projects.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Identifies and implements strategies to build NCA brand awareness, consistent with NCA’s mission and goals and provides substantive support for non-dues revenue marketing initiatives.
a. Designs and implements strategies and tactics to increase awareness and understanding of NCA’s role in the club industry, as well as its initiatives and successes
b. Creates marketing campaigns and promotional materials to help NCA achieve its marketing goals and objectives
c. Develops marketing communications for NCA’s educational conferences, webinars and publications
d. Produces print and electronic marketing messages and designs collateral materials for various marketing initiatives
e. Develops talking points for use in marketing programs

2. Provides substantive support for NCA’s membership marketing programs.
a. Creates marketing messages for promotional materials to support NCA’s member recruitment & retention programs
b. Assists in developing andimplementing membership program strategies
c. Participates in industry trade shows, as needed

3. Provides program support for NCA Foundation fundraising activities.
a. Assists in developing and implementing fundraising plans
b. Develops fundraising collateral materials, as needed
c. Develops talking points for use in fundraising discussions

EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, communications,or related field with a minimum of 4-6 years of related experience, preferably at an association. Requires strong writing skills, communication skills, and proven marketing ability. Exceptional promotional copywriting, editing and design skills. Ability to communicate creative concepts and strategies to diverse range of managers. Results oriented, with emphasis in applying marketing strategies and tactics to achieve desired results. Ability to manage execution of multiple activities and work within a team environment. Experienced in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator programs. Proficiency with basic office software, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Familiarity with private clubs, golf industry or hospitality industry a plus.

TO APPLY: E-mail resume and cover letter to info@nationalclub.org.

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

28.) Director of Communications, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Villanova University, Villanova, PA
https://jobs.villanova.edu/postings/4410

29.) Market Communications Project Leader, SKF, Lansdale, PA
https://skf.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/1793/Market-Communications-Project-Leader-US-Lansdale-

30.) Marketing Writer, Ellucian, Malvern, PA
http://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_ellucian/external/en-us/gateway.do?functionName=viewFromLink&jobPostId=34973

31.) Sr. Associate (Technical Writer/Editor), MCR, Dayton (Fairborn), OH

THE COMPANY

MCR is the trusted leader in integrated program management solutions. For 35 years, we have provided objectivity, smart thinking and the highest levels of support to help our clients get the job done, and done right. Our vast experience and knowledgeable people are our greatest assets. Their subject matter expertise, commitment to excellence and the high quality of their work, combined with our full suite of services, allows our clients to accomplish their missions and support national priorities. Our corporate values are based on integrity, excellence, honesty, service and trust. It is through these values that we form long-term client partnerships, build expertise, and attract and retain talented employees. For more information about MCR, LLC career opportunities, please visit www.mcri.com.

Description of Duties:

This position is primarily responsible for gathering and organizing technical information, writing, editing, prepring/modifying graphics, and assisting in the production of proposals in response to requests from various federal agencies (or prime contractors).

Responsibilities include supporting MCR in responding to government RFPs and other bid opportunities. Developing compliant, responsive, and competitive technical responses to obtain the highest possible evaluation score. Successful performance in the position requires the following activities: write specific proposal content based upon standardized methodology, edit proposals and marketing materials ensuring deadlines are met, support creation and editing of internal procedures and work instructions, conceptualize graphics and prepare tables and to highlight themes and discriminators, and assist in the outlining of proposal sections.

Minimum Qualifications:
•Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, English, Communications, or related field; education may be substituted with relevant experience commensurate with a Bachelor’s degree.
•Minimum of four year’s experience providing technical writing support for preparation of technical documentation; including proposals, reports, and process instructions in support of government or prime contractor requirements.
•Minimum of one year experience in design, layout, marketing, and proposal production.
•Experience with military and federal agency programs drawn from work with professional services companies.
•Innovative skills in problem solving and locating information.
•Ability to work short-term assignments with tight deadlines while managing multiple tasks.
•Knowledge of DoD and USAF proposal process and proposal requirements.
•Ability to work independently as well as function effectively as a member of a team.
•Excellent editing, organizational, grammatical, analytical and interpersonal skills.
•Ability to translate technical information into documents for technical and non-technical personnel.
•Ability to expertly design value stream maps (flow charts) and other graphic illustration designs.
•Excellent oral and written skills.
•Computer proficiency; intermediate skill level in Adobe Photoshop, SharePoint and Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio).

Preferred Qualifications:
•Five or more years experience in design, layout, marketing, and proposal production.
•Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop.
•Experience in graphic arts/illustration.
•Strong grammar and writing skills.
•Strong desktop publishing skills.
•Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
•Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with a team.

Compensation

MCR, LLC’s compensation and benefits package is very competitive. It is designed to help employees meet varying needs throughout their careers and to reward employee’s skills, experience, and potential.

Equal Opportunity Employer

MCR is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor. M/F/V/D

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA12/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MCRI&cws=1&rid=1200

(Note: Ned works for MCR.)

32.) Technical Writer, Centuria, Arlington, VA
http://www.centuria.com/current-openings/virginia/technical-writer/

33.) Senior Public Affairs Specialist for military communication efforts, major healthcare firm involved in TRICARE, location of employment may be flexible
Contact Greg Smith at smithgroupcomm@gmail.com.

34.) Senior Manager, Corporate & Executive Communications, Vmware, Palo Alto, CA
http://jobs.vmware.com/job/Palo-Alto-Senior-Manager%2C-Corporate-&-Executive-Communications-Job-CA-94301/1844011/

35.) Manager, Corporate Media Relations, Alcoa, New York, NY

Reporting into the Director, Corporate Affairs, the Manager of Media Relations is a role critical to the success of Alcoa’s global operation and future growth. The role is a key member of the Corporate Affairs team charged with overseeing global corporate and media communications, including financial, sustainability, and innovation communications, to build the Alcoa brand, mitigate reputation risk, help build the Alcoa brand and drive shareholder value. The position serves as a company spokesperson, developing, cultivating, and managing top-tier media relationships with pre-eminent global news agencies. The role functions at a senior management level, exercising discretion on global external messaging and corporate communication, managing media interviews and statements on behalf of the CEO and Executives, devising strategic communication campaigns, and supporting thought leadership activities to promote the organization’s domestic and global image. The role requires interfaces daily at the highest levels of the organization to successfully align strategic corporate communications with business strategy.

Primary Responsibilities

Day-to-day frontline media relations to sustain and enhance Alcoa’s reputation, including serving as a company spokesperson and developing, cultivating and managing media relations with global news agencies.

Advise Alcoa executives, including Chief Executive Officer, Executive Council members and Investor Relations, on external communications at all levels, including external message development and delivery, and media relations.

Develop and implement communication strategies and messaging that resonates with customers, the news media and shareholders to promote Alcoa’s business developments, products and innovations.

Manage financial communications around quarterly earnings, Investor Days, and Annual Shareholder Meetings and advise Investor Relations on core messaging and communication strategy.

Oversee global corporate sustainability and innovation communications, coordinating strategy development, proactive media relations and executive thought leadership.

Support Alcoa’s crisis communications planning and execution.

Consult on social media strategy and messaging to ensure alignment with corporate communication goals.

Support the development of external communication products and assets as part of the Corporate Affairs team, including Annual Report, Sustainability Report, and other corporate materials

Lead and mentor regional communication teams to ensure consistent and effective delivery of the Alcoa message globally.

Represent Alcoa’s interests at external global events and forums.

Essential Knowledge and Skills

Excellent writing, editing, communication and presentation skills

Strong understanding of business and finance

Ability to establish and maintain both working-level and high-level media relationships

Thorough understanding of social and digital media and the relationship between internal and external communications

Experience in media measurement and analysis

Excellent organizational skills with a keen eye for detail

Highly competent, extremely discreet in their judgment while maintaining high levels of confidentiality

NOTE: Depending on qualifications this role could be a JG 21 or 22.

Basic Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree in communication, Journalism or related field

At least 10 years corporate communications experience to within a company of global scope.

http://bit.ly/PydkDO

36.) Ir, Pr, and Corporate Communications Senior Coordinator, Sucampo Pharmaceuticals, Bethesda, MD
http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.aspx?jobid=112425808

*** JOTW Weekly alternative selections:

37.) Candy/Coffee Specialist, The Fresh Market, Montvale, NJ
https://freshmarket.taleo.net/careersection/tfm_basic/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=298181

38.) Maintenance Supervisor – B SHIFT, Farley’s & Sathers Candy Company, Inc., Creston, IA
http://careers.farleysandsathers.com/JobDetails.asp?JobID=100159

39.) Production Supervisor, Jelly Belly Candy Co., Fairfield, CA
http://www.jobpath.com/CSH/Details.aspx?csh=CSH_JellyBelly&pubjobs=true&privjobs=true&int=false&did=J8A5BL61RVVSZMJKVVH

40.) Hard candy chef, Benz Candy, Houston, TX
http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=31dbdb9accee7f6c&q=Candy&tk=172kq6cr60k2j3t1

41.) Store Supervisor, IT’SUGAR, Scottsdale, AZ
http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=70c6b0274a53ad82&q=Candy

42.) Associate Principle Scientist Gum & Candy, Kraft, Whippany, NJ
https://kraftfoods.taleo.net/careersection/kraft_careersite_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=179042

43.) CANDY BAGGER/WAREHOUSE WORKER, MCKEESPORT CANDY COMPANY, McKeesport, PA
http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.aspx?jobid=111842987

44.) Finance Manager, National Eating Disorders Association, New York City, NY
http://www.execsearches.com/non-profit-jobs/jobDetail.asp?job_id=24412

*** Weekly Piracy Report:

18.07.2012:20.40 UTC, Posn: 19:49S – 034:50E, Beira Port, Mozambique.
Robbers boarded a container vessel at berth, stole ship stores and escaped unnoticed. Master informed port authorities and local agent. All crew safe.

17.07.2012: 0300 LT: Posn: 01:43.07N-101:27.72E, Dumai Anchorage, Indonesia.
Seven robbers armed with knives boarded a bulk carrier at anchor. They threatened the crew with knives, broke the pad locks to three stores and attempted to steal ship property. Alarm raised, crew mustered and authorities informed. See crew alertness the robbers escaped empty handed. All crew safe.

17.07.2012: 0145 UTC: Posn: 06:17.3N – 002:28.1E, Around 1nm off fairway buoy, Cotonou Anchorage, Benin.
Two robbers armed with guns boarded an anchored bulk carrier. They entered Masters cabin stole ships cash and escaped in a fast small wooden boat. No injuries to crew. Incident reported to authorities who arrived onboard to investigate.

15.07.2012: 0355 UTC: Posn: 09:13.9N – 013:47.4W, Around 22nm SSW of Conakry, Guinea.
Seven pirates armed with guns and knives boarded a drifting container ship awaiting berthing instructions. They entered the bridge, took hostage the 2/O and C/O and tied their hands behind their backs. Two pirates took the 2/O and knocked on the Master’s cabin. As the Master opened the door, they slammed it into the Master’s face and then stole ship’s cash and crew personnel belongings. The pirates re-assembled on the bridge and took the crew members as hostage until they disembarked into their waiting boat. Port control and ships in the vicinity have been informed.

25.06.2012: 0110 UTC: Posn: 05:32.5N – 003:32.0E, Around 50nm SxE of Lagos, Nigeria.
Twelve pirates armed with guns in a speed boat boarded a drifting chemical tanker. All crew were made to muster in the mess room with the Master and Chief Engineer being allowed to remain on the bridge and engine room respectively. The vessel was made to sail towards Togo and back. The pirates raided all the crew cabins and stole cash, personal effects and ship’s cash and disembarked off Escravos Terminal after 45 hours. All crew safe.

03.07.2012: 2050 UTC: Posn: 6:50.4S – 39:17.8E, Dar Es Salaam Port, Tanzania.
Robbers boarded a berthed container ship, stole ships stores and escaped unnoticed. The theft was noticed by the duty A/B on rounds. Incident reported to Port Security.

04.07.2012: 0655 LT: Posn: 17:39.5N – 083:23.3E, Visakhapatnam Anchorage, India.
Six robbers in a long wooden boat with sail and oars came alongside at an anchored LPG Carrier. Two of the robbers boarded the tanker and stole ship properties. OOW noticed the boat and informed the duty A/B to check it. On seeing the robbers at poop deck, the duty A/B chased them. The robbers jumped into the water and escaped with the stolen items with their accomplices waiting in the boat. Alarm raised, port control informed and crew made a search.

30.06.2012: 0620 LT: 02:38.9N – 006:09.5E: Around 120nm SW of Bonny Island, Nigeria.
A container ship adrift awaiting berthing instructions was approached by five armed pirates in a wooden speed boat with two outboard engines. As the pirates approached the vessel they fired upon the vessel damaging some bridge windows and equipment. The vessel raised alarm, activated SSAS, started main engines and manoeuvred away from the approaching boat. Non essential crew retreated into the citadel. All crew safe.

02.07.2012: 0306 LT: Posn: 02:33.7S – 080:06.3W, Around 25nm SW of Guayaquil, Ecuador.
About 5-6 robbers in two speed boats approached and boarded a container ship underway using hooks attached with ropes and monkey ladders. Master raised alarm, crew mustered, armed themselves with crowbars and proceeded to the robbers boarding area. 3/O noticed that one of the robbers was armed with a gun and the Master immediately ordered all crewmembers to retreat back to the accommodation and lock all the doors. The robbers commenced throwing some boxes into their boats. Master was unable to increase speed or take evasive manoeuvres due to the available depth and width of navigable water. Once the robbers boats were full of stolen items, they jumped back into their boats and moved away. Due to the darkness and distance the Master was unable to determine if the robbers stole cargo from the containers or ship stores.

30.06.2012:0615 LT: Posn: 02:40.0N-006:08.3E, Around 115nm SW of Bonny Island, Nigeria.
Six pirates armed with guns chased and fired upon an Oil Tanker underway. Master enforced anti-piracy measures and managed to evade the boarding. All crew safe, vessel damaged slightly due to gun fire.

*** Ball cap of the week: Surface Navy Association

*** Coffee mug of the week: Keweenaw Peninsula – Michigan’s Top of the World (Thanks Kimmie!)
*** Polo-shirt of the week: 2012 National Order of the Arrow Conference – East Lansing, Mich.

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