JOTW 51-2012

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JOTW 51-2012

December 17, 2012

www.nedsjotw.com

This is JOTW newsletter number 946

 

“If I don’t write to empty my mind, I go mad.”

– Lord Byron

 

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In this issue:

 

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

 

***  One Paragraph Pitch

 

1.) Communications and Campaigns Officer, AGE UK LONDON, Elephant & Castle, London, UK

2.)  Communications Manager, National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians, Jackson, Miss.

3.)  Media Planner/Buyer, The Summit Group, Salt Lake City, Utah

4.)  Communications Manager, Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented, Austin, TX

5.)  Account Executive/Senior Account Executive, NJ PR firm, Cranford, NJ

6.)  Community Relations Program Manager, UGI Utilities, Inc., Reading, PA

7.)  Social Media Coordinator, Netplus, Conshohocken, PA

8.)  Manager, Corporate Communications, Day & Zimmermann, Philadelphia, PA

9.)  Public Affairs Intern, The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, Philadelphia, PA

10.)  Senior Associate, Anne Klein Communications Group, Mount Laurel, NJ

 

11.)  Communications & Public Relations Coordinator, Malvern Preparatory School, Malvern, PA

12.)  Corporate Communications Director, Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd., San Francisco, CA

13.)  Front End Developer, Biggs-Gilmore, Kalamazoo, Michigan

14.)  Web Editor/ Communications Assistant, American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Alexandria, VA

15.)  CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Toys”R”Us, Inc., Wayne, NJ

16.)  Director of Public Relations and Communications, Community FoodBank of New Jersey, Hillside, NJ

17.)  Corporate Communications Intern, Jackson National Life Insurance Company, Denver, CO

18.)  Shows and Events Project Manager, CNH America, Racine, WI

19.)  Manager, Communications and Public Policy, American Nuclear Society, La Grange Park, IL

20.)  Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, Navigant Consulting, Chicago, IL

 

21.)  Marketing Intern, Spokane Teachers Credit Union (STCU), Spokane, WA

22.)  Director of Public Relations, AMF Media Group (Armanino McKenna LLP), San Ramon, California

23.)  Director of Corporate Affairs, CVR Energy, Kansas City, Kansas

24.)  Public Relations Content Specialist, Jewish Child & Family Services, Chicago, IL

25.)  Director of Communication, Entrepreneurs’ Organization, Alexandria, VA

26.)  Media Relations & Communications Undergraduate Internship – Spring 2013 (Big Ten Network), FOX, Chicago, IL

27.)  JR. Marcom Mgr, electronics manufacturer, offered by Adecco, Everett, WA

28.)  SR MARCOM MGR, Microsoft, Bellevue, WA

29.)  Marketing Communication Specialist, Tyco, Monroe, NC

30.)  Sr. Marketing Communications Specialist, Life Technologies, Carlsbad, CA

 

31.)  DIRECTOR, COMMUNICATIONS GLOBAL COMMERCIAL, Bristol Myers Squibb,  Princeton, NJ

32.)  Sr. Manager Communications, Life Technologies, Carlsbad, CA

33.)  Communication Specialist, Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield, Wisconsin

34.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Akamai Technologies, Cambridge, MA

35.)  Assistant or Associate Professor, Public Relations, Harrington School, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI

36.)  Executive Assistant, Kolar Design, Cincinnati, Ohio

37.)  Director, Communications and Change Management, Napa Auto Parts, Atlanta, GA

38.)  Marketing Communication Specialist, LaCosta Inc., Wauconda, IL

39.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Masco, Taylor, MI

40.)  Copywriter (title to commensurate with experience), Campbell Ewald, West Hollywood, California

 

41.)  Director, Corporate Communications, McAfee, Santa Clara, CA

42.)  Account Manager, PFPR, Maidstone, Kent, UK

43.)  Manager, Corporate Communications, KPMG, Montvale, NJ

44.)  Corporate Communications IT Liaison Lead, Chrysler, Auburn Hills, MI

45.)  Program Manager-Communications, American Public Transportation Association, Washington, DC

46.)  Executive Communications/PR Consultant, LIMRA, Windsor, CT

47.)  Director of Marketing and Communications, Association Forum of Chicagoland, Chicago, IL

48.)  Field/Strategy Communications Intern – Allstate Corporate Relations, Allstate Insurance, Northbrook, IL

49.)  Web Content Writer / Editor, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler, Tyler, TX

50.)  Group Marketing Associate – Lab Division, ARKRAY USA, Edina, Minn.

 

51.)  Communications Intern, ARKRAY USA, Edina, Minn.

52.)  Communications and Outreach Manager, North Carolina Nurses Association, Raleigh, NC

53.)  Corporate Communications Level 4 – Ts Sci W/poly (Immediate Hire), Makarios Solutions, Fort Belvoir, VA

54.)  Seafood Packers, Golden Eye Seafood, Piney Point, MD

55.)  Patient Safety Sitter, Sparrow Health System, Lansing, MI

56.)  Seafood Associate-Fish Cutter, FreshDirect, Long Island City, NY

57.)  Sheriffs Correctional Cook II, County of Monterey, Salinas, CA

58.)  Arroyo Toad Field Biologist – Support Level, ICF International, Irvine, CA

59.)  Shucker, Legal Sea Foods, Dedham, MA

60.)  Crawfish Farmers, Kent Soileau Farm, Bunkie, LA

 

***  Weekly Piracy Report

 

…and more!  Scroll down and see them all!

 

***  One Paragraph Pitch:

 

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.  Submit yours today!

 

***  Ned’s upcoming travel:

 

TBD

 

 

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***  JOTW Community Conversation:

 

While enjoying a proper Sunday afternoon pub meal with Gloria Walker, we came up with a good idea.  Using the power of this network, we want to plan a JOTW community conversation—perhaps a global “chat” discussion over a 48 hour period (so people could come and go depending on where they are in the world).  The subject could be something such as “What is the future of our profession?”  It would be like going to a roundtable discussion, but virtual, sort of global, yes, that’s it, global, so a reeeaallly round table.

 

Stand by for details…although I’m open now to any suggestions as to format, method or subject matter.

 

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***  Let’s get to the jobs:

 

1.) Communications and Campaigns Officer, AGE UK LONDON, Elephant & Castle, London, UK

http://jobs.guardian.co.uk/job/4556565/communications-and-campaigns-officer/

 

2.)  Communications Manager, National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians, Jackson, Miss.

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/5038247

 

3.)  Media Planner/Buyer, The Summit Group, Salt Lake City, Utah

http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Media-Planner-Buyer/140006.html

 

4.)  Communications Manager, Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented, Austin, TX

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/5034919

 

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

 

5.)  Account Executive/Senior Account Executive, NJ PR firm, Cranford, NJ

 

Award-winning, fast-paced PR, marketing and digital strategy agency seeks a mid- to senior-level account executive. Successful candidates will have deep experience with business media (traditional, digital, and emerging platforms), knowledge of digital PR and content syndication strategies, the ability to understand a range of industry and media landscapes, and a track record of bringing memorable, unconventional successful ideas to the table.

Key areas of responsibility:

•             Develop and implement strategic communications programming, content strategies and digital PR across a variety of traditional and emerging platforms

•             Generate in-depth, high-value media coverage within top-tier business media outlets

•             Transform offline content into powerful and compelling content that works online and engages key influencers and target audiences

•             Develop impactful and creative pitch ideas and participate in brainstorming sessions to foster creative ways to market clients

 

Requirements include:

•             2-3+ years experience in PR agency servicing B2B accounts with content development and marketing

•             Proven media pitching skills and results in all forms of media (broadcast, print, digital)

•             Deep understanding of worldly themes, news and events; and strong client relations, organizational and multi-tasking skills.

•             A highly entrepreneurial mindset

•             Strong critical thinking (analytical, creative), business acumen and verbal/written communication skills

•             Ability to effectively manage multiple projects/deadlines with superior time/project management skills; self-motivated with commitment to detail and world-class service standards in a fast-paced environment

Please send resume’s to tristan@srisearch.com

 

***  From Bill Seiberlich:

 

6.)  Community Relations Program Manager, UGI Utilities, Inc., Reading, PA

 

The Community Relations Program Manager will be responsible to:

– Develop the annual Community Relations program plan and budget.

– Develop and implement programs within the incumbents assigned area

aimed at promoting community awareness of UGI, the Companys vision,

mission, commitment to the betterment of the communities it serves, and

its responsibility to safely and dependably deliver natural gas to our

customers.

– Identify significant issues affecting the companys image, and alert

management of the emerging issues.

– Collaborate and provide support for other members of the Community

Relations team.

– Represent UGI on Boards, or Board-level committees, of community

action, education, and social service organizations within the

incumbents assigned areas.

– Support UGI senior executives in their Board-related duties on Boards

of community action, arts, education, and social service organizations

within the incumbents assigned areas.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

– Required: BA/BS in Communications, Marketing, or Social Work.

– 7-10 years providing community relations or related activities in a

corporate, non-profit or agency setting.

– Excellent presentation skills, both verbal and written.

– Understands and is comfortable with natural gas utility

operations/capable of explaining company functions and operations to

outside audiences.

– Ability to build relationships and network with community leaders,

local officials and business and organization leaders.

– Experience developing and managing charitable giving, volunteerism,

community relations and /or corporate social responsibility programs.

– Strong collaborator who can work closely with other departments to

ensure alignment of initiatives for maximum benefit to the business.

– Ability to attend and participate in events conducted on evenings and

weekends. Position will require significant day-time travel.

– Proficiency with Microsoft Office Systems.

– Bilingual (Spanish) a plus.

 

UGI UTILITIES, INC IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

Contact: For Utilities employees apply to: Human Resources Dept. via

Your Key to An Opportunity Application Form. (Forms available in Human

Resources Dept., at the position announcement location or on InsideUGI

intranet site). For other subsidiary applicants, e-mail resume to Andy

Lane at alane@ugi.com. For others: UGI Utilities, Inc., Attention:

Employment Opportunities, P.O. Box 12677, Reading, PA 19612 or

employment@ugi.com No phone calls please.

 

7.)  Social Media Coordinator, Netplus, Conshohocken, PA

 

Gurus, ninjas and mavens need not apply. What were looking for is a

passionate self-starter, life-long learner and someone with a working

knowledge of how social media drives real business results.

 

Our Social Media Coordinator will be responsible for helping plan,

launch, execute and measure campaigns – soup to nuts for some of the

worlds leading brands. Get ready to join our growing Social Media team,

contribute ideas, ask questions and have fun the minute you walk in the

door. We look forward to challenging you.

 

Responsibilities

– Day to day community engagement and execution of client campaigns

across social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest

Foursquare, YouTube and more.

– Recommend and integrate growing channels and technologies i.e.

Instagram, QR codes, augmented reality, video platforms and more.

– Kick off conversations on behalf of brands via social platforms, blog

posts, videos, articles, images, and more.

– Effectively manage and optimize paid social media advertising

campaigns on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

– Measure and evaluate effectiveness of campaigns, provide

recommendations and adjust to meet goals. Performance reports are an

integral part of the work we do.

– Assist the Client Services team in communicating campaign results via

reporting and presentations.

– Research and draft campaign concepts, strategies and proposals for

new business opportunities.

 

Qualifications

– The ideal candidate should have 2-3 years experience developing and

maintaining communities via social media, preferably in an agency

setting. Strong interpersonal and professional writing skills are a

must.

– Deep knowledge of social media platforms, especially Twitter,

Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube and blogging tools, with an established

presence on each. Experience driving marketing and business results is a

huge plus.

– Strong editorial judgment and writing ability. You should be able to

quickly craft short, compelling copy in an authentic voice

representative of brands in various verticals. Creativity counts.

– A deep passion for pop culture, internet culture, social media trends

and emerging technologies.

– Strong time management and organizational skills; ability to

multitask and maintain your sense of humor in a fast-paced work

environment where priorities can change quickly. Attention to detail is

a must.

– Working knowledge of Microsoft Office. Photoshop is a huge plus.

– Bachelors degree.

 

About Netplus: Were an award-winning full-service digital agency led by

a team of established thought leaders in digital marketing and social

media. Since 1996, we have focused on guiding leading brands to

creatively capture the measurable value of their interactive efforts. To

learn more about Netplus, our work and clients please visit

www.thinknetplus.com.

 

Contact: If this is you, drop us a line, share your resume and tell us

about yourself at smjobs@thinknetplus.com or @thinknetplus on Twitter.

Local candidates only please. This is a full time role. No recruiters or

staffing companies.

 

8.)  Manager, Corporate Communications, Day & Zimmermann, Philadelphia, PA

 

The Manager, Corporate Communications is responsible for developing and

executing communications strategies and programs that align and engage

employees with the company objectives and messages. This role also

supports external communications and marketing projects, including

public relations, social media efforts, creative services and events.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

– Develop and implement strategic internal communications plans to

enhance employee engagement and understanding of company strategy, news,

initiatives and HR programs. Write and edit communications.

– Work with senior leadership on executive communications; partner with

HR and other internal stakeholders to disseminate internal

communications; participate on project teams to execute communications

for company-wide initiatives, events and organizational changes.

– Collaborate with partners to develop and maintain communication

procedures, metrics and channels, including management of the company’s

intranet strategy, contributors and content.

– Support execution of corporate and business unit marketing projects,

including collateral, advertising, events and other promotions.

– Support public relations activity, including pr and media strategy.

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

– Proven ability to develop, implement and manage communications

strategies and programs, employing creativity and using a variety of

tools, forums, and media

– Excellent writer, proof reader and editor; strong presentation skills

 

– Excellent project management, process/systems and organizational

skills; strong interpersonal and relationship building skills

– Proven ability to use website content mgt applications (Sharepoint,

Sitecore experience a plus.)

– Proficient use of Microsoft applications

 

Minimum Education and Experience

– Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, marketing or

equivalent

– 7 years of progressive corporate communications experience. A

combination of business to business industry and internal communication

experience is preferred.

 

About Day and Zimmermann (Day & Zimmermann’s 24,000 employees provide

industrial, defense and workforce solutions to a broad base of

commercial and government customers. Operating from more than 150

worldwide locations with 2.2 Billion USD in revenues, the Day &

Zimmermann family of companies is currently ranked as one of the largest

private companies in America by Forbes and is a former winner of the

U.S. National Family Business of the Year award. Founded in 1901 and

headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, Day & Zimmermann companies today

provide engineering, construction and maintenance services, security

services, and staffing services to businesses and government agencies,

and munitions production, equipment maintenance and facilities

management services to the Department of Defense.

 

Diversity, Inclusion & Equal Employment Opportunity: Day & Zimmermann

is committed to maintaining an inclusive workforce, where employees are

hired, retained, compensated and promoted based on their contributions

to our Company. Our collective strength is rooted in over 110 years of

the diversity of our people and businesses, commitment to success and

delivering on our promises.

 

Federal and state Equal Employment Opportunity laws prohibit employment

discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation,

age, national origin, citizenship status, veteran status and disability.

Day & Zimmermann is committed to providing an equal opportunity work

environment in full compliance with these laws.

 

Contact: Please apply online at

http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?Job_DID=J3F2BD6890YMWSCR2C2

 

9.)  Public Affairs Intern, The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, Philadelphia, PA

 

The Office of Public Affairs and Communications seeks an intern to

participate in various stages of developing communications materials,

implementing public relations tactics, and assisting with outreach to

communities and organizations in the Philadelphia region. Close

supervision is provided by public affairs staff, which will determine

the level and amount of participation in each project and provide

direction and guidance. The intern will be solely responsible for at

least one larger project and will assist with several others.

 

Responsibilities

– Assist with several key projects including the Annual Report, monthly

DVRPC e-newsletter, press releases, social media outlets, Classic Towns

program outreach and media, and public outreach/events.

– Assist with various public relations functions including media

databases, news clippings, and photo research.

– Assist in planning for DVRPC events, public open houses, and media

events.

– Research organizations and community groups in the region to target

for future outreach, and update current database.

– Research best practices of public involvement, outreach, and general

MPO activities.

– Research social networking and public involvement grant

possibilities.

– Help maintain DVRPC’s Twitter and the Regional Student Forum blog.

– Assist in planning to engage new audiences, including for the

Environmental Justice Working Group and Regional Student Forum.

– Perform related work as required.

 

Job Requirements

– Knowledge of and experience with general public relations and public

outreach principles.

– Knowledge of community and economic development, transportation and

environmental planning, and equity issues.

– Excellent writing and communications skills, including speaking on

the telephone with partner organizations and vendors, and writing for

social media outlets (Twitter, Blogger, Facebook, etc.).

– Experience in, or knowledge of, planning, environment, community and

economic development, transportation, and environmental justice.

– Ability to prioritize work and multi-task.

– Experience with social media websites, word processing (Microsoft

Office); knowledge of database programs.

– Ability to establish effective relationships with outside

organizations and contacts.

– Basic knowledge of Philadelphia regional issues and geography.

 

Compensation: Paid internship. Candidate must be able to work three

days per week/22.5 hours per week.

 

Minimum Education and Training: Must be in an approved internship

program as part of a college or university, or have a baccalaureate

degree in any discipline. Given the
complexity of tasks and need to be

able to work independently, this internship may be better suited to a

person who has already completed a baccalaureate degree or who has

substantial work experience.

 

DVRPC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Full consideration will be

given to all eligible, qualified applicants without regard to race,

color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, lawful

political affiliation, disability or marital status. Minority, female,

and disabled applicants are encouraged to apply.

 

Employment is contingent upon ability to comply with Immigration and

Naturalization Service regulations which states when offered employment

“identity and right to work in the United States” must be produced.

 

EOE M/F/D

 

Contact: To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to

resumes@dvrpc.org

 

10.)  Senior Associate, Anne Klein Communications Group, Mount Laurel, NJ

 

Anne Klein Communications Group — the no-fluff, results-oriented, market-driven, detail-minded public relations firm — is seeking a qualified individual to fill the following position:

 

Senior Associate (junior account executive) to work with account managers on national and regional PR accounts and projects, including crisis and issues communications support.

 

Social media experience a must. Two years agency PR experience preferred.

 

Contact: Send resume and salary history to jobs@annekleincg.com<mailto:jobs@annekleincg.com>, or by mail to Anne Klein Communications Group, 1000 Atrium Way, Suite 102, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054. No phone calls, please.

 

11.)  Communications & Public Relations Coordinator, Malvern Preparatory School, Malvern, PA

 

The Communications and Public Relations Coordinator supports Malvern

Preparatory School in all areas of internal and external communications.

The Communications and Public Relations Coordinator reports to the

Director of Strategic Marketing and is a 12-month, full-time position.

Some early mornings, late evenings and weekends are expected.

 

The Communications and Public Relations Coordinator will be expected

to:

– Work with Director of Strategic Marketing to create and manage

Communications

– Strategy and Communications Policy, including maintaining and

improving the strategy, and creating new policy as needed to support the

strategy.

– Work within the Strategic Marketing departments defined goals and

strategies for Integrated Marketing, Brand Management and External

Communications.

– Serve as both Public Information Officer and Media Liaison on point

for school public relations tactics and implementation.

– Serve as a key member of schools Crisis Management Team.

– Serve as the primary Media Liaison.

– Manage projects both large and small, utilizing internal and external

resources and vendors. Deliver quality publications on time, within

budget and in keeping with the communication and marketing goals of

Malvern Prep.

– Write, edit, design and manage in-house and out-sourced publications,

including the Malvern Alumni Magazine.

– Craft and oversee electronic communications for parents, alumni,

trustees and faculty/staff. Provide input on new opportunities for

social media and website development. Advice director as opportunities

emerge.

– Serve as both Public Information Officer and Media Liaison on point

for school public relations tactics and implementation.

– Oversee campus communications photography and video initiatives.

– Write a significant amount of copy and content for client departments

including, but not limited to, development, fundraising, admissions,

parent communications and alumni relations writing.

– Work within the Strategic Marketing departments defined goals and

strategies for Integrated Marketing , Brand Management and External

Communications

– Assist in marketing various projects as it fits within the mission of

the school and build upon Malverns brand.

– Document school events by managing photography and written

communications.

– Maintain responsibility for internal communications projects

including newsletters and emails on behalf of president, head of school

and other community leaders, as needed.

– Serve as coordinator and point-person for all social media outlets

including content generation and oversight in keeping with the mission

of the school and goals of the strategic marketing department.

 

Skills Required:

– Media Relations: strategy, relationship building, tactics and writing with a track record of successful media relations writing

– Exceptional writing, editing (Microsoft Office Suite) and Desktop Publishing (Adobe Creative Suite) skills

– Capacity to be trusted with confidential information

– Proven track record of meeting key deadlines and managing deadline-driven projects

– Web Content Management

– Social Media Applications (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, etc…)

– Possess a strong knowledge of web-based communications programs

– Ability to think strategically

– Capacity to understand and lead the representation of a positive image to all constituents

– Familiarity with database interaction and web integration

– The Successful Candidate Will:

– Believe in the mission of Malvern Prep

– Be detail oriented

– Be successful at multi-tasking

– Be able to work productively and effectively individually and with staff, faculty, administration, volunteers and vendors

 

Experience: Ideal candidate will have at least three years communications/marketing/public relations experience in non-profit communications or academic communications and possess all the requirements in the above description. Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, journalism, English or related field and non-profit academic experience are preferred.

 

Contact: Yara Valenzuela Lamprecht at yvalenzuela@malvernprep.org

 

12.)  Corporate Communications Director, Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd., San Francisco, CA

http://jobview.monster.com/Corporate-Communications-Director-Job-San-Francisco-CA-117224472.aspx

 

13.)  Front End Developer, Biggs-Gilmore, Kalamazoo, Michigan

http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Front-End-Developer/140007.html

 

14.)  Web Editor/ Communications Assistant, American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Alexandria, VA

 

15.)  CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Toys”R”Us, Inc., Wayne, NJ

http://jobview.monster.com/CORPORATE-COMMUNICATIONS-MANAGER-Job-Wayne-NJ-117238774.aspx

 

16.)  Director of Public Relations and Communications, Community FoodBank of New Jersey, Hillside, NJ

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/5005946

 

17.)  Corporate Communications Intern, Jackson National Life Insurance Company, Denver, CO

http://jobview.monster.com/Corporate-Communications-Intern-Job-Denver-CO-117141565.aspx

 

18.)  Shows and Events Project Manager, CNH America, Racine, WI

http://www.wisconsinjobnetwork.com/j/t-shows-and-events-project-manager-e-cnh-america-l-racine,-wi-jobs-j3039216.html

 

19.)  Manager, Communications and Public Policy, American Nuclear Society, La Grange Park, IL

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/5018118

 

20.)  Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, Navigant Consulting, Chicago, IL

http://jobview.monster.com/Senior-Manager-Corporate-Communications-Job-Chicago-IL-117013783.aspx

 

21.)  Marketing Intern, Spokane Teachers Credit Union (STCU), Spokane, WA

 

This internship will give a very broad stroke view of marketing, advertising, community relations, event planning and management. Primary responsibilities will include assisting the Community Relations department with all aspects of their outreach, which could include:

 

Event lead for the STCU signature Administrative Professionals Week, an STCU signature event

Provide communications support including brainstorming and writing content for our Teen/Kids blog

 

Representing STCU at college, school or PR events; preparation for benefits fairs and STCU workshops

 

creating information packets; assisting with direct mailings, updating files, archiving files, database management, supply and brochure inventory, etc.

 

Requirements

 

Qualifications:

 

Current full-time student with excellent verbal, organizational and writing skills. Microsoft Office Suite, including Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel. Must be a hard worker with a fun, can-do attitude. Preference given towards fulfillment of an academic internship requirement.

 

Duration: January – June, 2013

 

Car Needed: Yes (mileage reimbursement of $.55 per mile)

 

Schedule/Hours per week: 20 hours per week (average); schedule may be adjusted for peak periods

 

Eligibility: Mimimum of Junior Standing (masters students ok)

 

Wage: $11.00/hr, non-exempt

 

To apply, search for the position and complete the online application here: https://www.stcu.org/6815.asp

 

22.)  Director of Public Relations, AMF Media Group (Armanino McKenna LLP), San Ramon, California

http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Director-of-Public-Relations/139986.html

 

23.)  Director of Corporate Affairs, CVR Energy, Kansas City, Kansas

http://jobs.prsa.org/jobseeker/job/11289245

 

***  From Scott White:

 

Senior Manager of Product Public Relations, global, public biotechnology company, Metrowest Boston, MA area (full relocation available)

Our client, a global, public biotechnology company in the Metrowest Boston area, has engaged us on a search for a public relations superstar who has deep pharma/biotech product communications experience to serve as Senior Manager of Product Public Relations. Our primary focus is on candidates who have expertise in hemophilia; we will also consider candidates who have launched orphan drugs. This is a national search and our client will provide full and comprehensive relocation. The Senior Manager of Product Public Relations will be responsible for developing global public relations strategies, implementing communication initiatives and providing external and internal product communication support for hemophilia program teams.

Responsibilities include

  • Serving as the launch communications expert for market products and late-stage pipeline programs by developing core and creative public relations plans that can be utilized across global markets.
  • Working with commercial, medical, and market access teams to develop communication strategies and implement plans around key product milestones, including data readouts and medical meetings for marketed and/or pipeline products.
  • Drafting and updating product-related materials, which includes Q&As, press releases and internal presentations.
  • Managing external agencies and vendors.
  • Collaborating with patient organizations.
  • Assisting with media requests and serving as spokesperson.

Candidate profile

  • Eight or more years in public relations, including agency or corporate experience, with emphasis on rare disease or hemophilia.
  • Solid grasp of regulatory functions and access issues.
  • Global communications experience and savvy working with colleagues around the world.
  • Media relations experience, particularly with consumer, health and trade media.
  • Track record of handling and managing issues and crisis scenarios.
  • BA/BS degree.
  • Able to work in/relocate to the Boston area.

Resumes to Scott White – scott@hireminds.com

24.)  Public Relations Content Specialist, Jewish Child & Family Services, Chicago, IL

http://www.jobsinmadison.com/j/t-public-relations-content-specialist-e-jewish-child–family-services-l-chicago,-il-jobs-j3031904.html

 

25.)  Director of Communication, Entrepreneurs’ Organization, Alexandria, VA

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/5038637

 

26.)  Media Relations & Communications Undergraduate Internship – Spring 2013 (Big Ten Network), FOX, Chicago, IL

http://www.jobsinmadison.com/j/t-media-relations–communications-undergraduate-internship–spring-2013-big-ten-e-fox-l-chicago,-il-jobs-j3047074.html

 

27.)  JR. Marcom Mgr, electronics manufacturer, offered by Adecco, Everett, WA

 

If you are an enthusiastic Marketing Professional looking to launch your career with a successful electronics manufacturer in Everett, this is the job for you! Adecco is partnering with a National Electronics manufacturer with locations in Everett to find experienced Jr Marcom Professionals. Status: Temporary/Contract-to-Hire Reference: US_EN_1_027948_10057696

Salary: $21 – $28 Hourly

If this is your ideal job, apply now!

 

http://www.adeccousa.com/jobs/creative/us_en_1_027948_10057696/jr-marcom-mgr

 

28.)  SR MARCOM MGR, Microsoft, Bellevue, WA

http://www.linkedin.com/jobs/jobs-SR-MARCOM-MGR-4099953

 

29.)  Marketing Communication Specialist, Tyco, Monroe, NC

http://jobview.monster.com/getjob.aspx?JobID=117230045

 

30.)  Sr. Marketing Communications Specialist, Life Technologies, Carlsbad, CA

http://jobs.lifetechnologies.com/san-diego/marketing/jobid3050591-sr.-marketing-communications-specialist-jobs

 

31.)  DIRECTOR, COMMUNICATIONS GLOBAL COMMERCIAL, Bristol Myers Squibb,  Princeton, NJ

http://www.careerboard.com/job/3624929-DIRECTOR,COMMUNICATIONS-GLOBAL-COMMERCIAL.aspx

 

32.)  Sr. Manager Communications, Life Technologies, Carlsbad, CA

http://jobs.lifetechnologies.com/san-diego/marketing/jobid2889129-sr.-manager-communications-jobs

 

33.)  Communication Specialist, Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield, Wisconsin

http://jobs.prsa.org/c/job.cfm?job=11666779&site_id=2170

 

34.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Akamai Technologies, Cambridge, MA

http://www.careerboard.com/job/3639291-Corporate-Communications-Manager.aspx

 

35.)  Assistant or Associate Professor, Public Relations, Harrington School, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI

http://jobs.prsa.org/c/networks/vertical/job.cfm?site_id=2170&job=11384061&n=54

 

36.)  Executive Assistant, Kolar Design, Cincinnati, Ohio

http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Executive-Assistant/139982.html

 

37.)  Director, Communications and Change Management, Napa Auto Parts, Atlanta, GA

http://atlanta.jobing.com/director-communications-and-change-management-job/job/3560726

 

38.)  Marketing Communication Specialist, LaCosta Inc., Wauconda, IL

http://www.jobsinmadison.com/j/t-marketing-communication-specialist-e-lacosta-inc-l-wauconda,-il-jobs-j2693269.html

 

39.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Masco, Taylor, MI

http://www.careerboard.com/job/3595045-Corporate-Communications-Manager.aspx

 

40.)  Copywriter (title to commensurate with experience), Campbell Ewald, West Hollywood, California

http://www.talentzoo.com/job/Copywriter-title-to-commensurate-with-experience/139968.html

 

41.)  Director, Corporate Communications, McAfee, Santa Clara, CA

http://www.careerboard.com/job/3640773-Director,-Corporate-Communications.aspx

 

42.)  Account Manager, PFPR, Maidstone, Kent, UK

 

We’re seeking an enthusiastic and talented communications professional to join our award-winning team at Account Manager level. Applicants must have relevant consumer, corporate or B2B PR experience either in-house or within an agency. You will contribute to the creative output across the agency and manage a range of clients, providing strategic input to their communications programmes and leading the delivery of the service.

 

Experience and skills required:

Experience within the automotive sector is desirable but not essential – however candidates must be able to demonstrate a keen interest in the automotive industry. Outstanding communication, writing and presentation skills are vital, along with a calm and organised approach to project management. A clear understanding of the value of social media and the opportunities it presents is vital and it is essential that candidates are able to develop strong relationships with all sectors of the media. Applicants must thrive on challenges and demonstrate initiative, creativity, flexibility and tenacity while managing accounts within time and budgetary constraints, in order to deliver an exceptional service to a number of clients. Candidates must be confident when working alone but also keen to contribute as part of a team.

 

Preferred qualifications:

A relevant degree qualification and additional language skills are desirable.

 

Further information:

To attract the best people who are able to operate at this intense level we provide a competitive salary, generous bonus scheme, private health insurance, plus a personalised training and development plan. We’re based within a beautiful business park on the outskirts of Maidstone, in the heart of the Garden of England. Situated just off the M20, there is easy access via the motorway network to south London and the rest of the south east – providing a simple “reverse commute” for those who live in or around London. In addition to full holiday entitlements we have an innovative scheme, giving each employee every fourth Friday off, providing a long weekend once a month. We also provide free lunches, fruit and drinks for our staff every day. We look after our team to get the best from them. That’s why we’ve been named as one of the best places to work and how we have remained the UK’s leading automotive specialist PR and events consultancy, working with a wide variety of clients in the UK, mainland Europe, the USA and Asia.

 

Application details:

If you have what it takes to be a key member of the PFPR team, contact Marion Hill, Head of Resources, at marion.hill@pfpr.com to request an application form.

http://www.pfpr.com/careers/jobdescr_accmanager/

 

43.)  Manager, Corporate Communications, KPMG, Montvale, NJ

http://www.careerboard.com/job/3628118-Manager,-Corporate-Communications.aspx

 

44.)  Corporate Communications IT Liaison Lead, Chrysler, Auburn Hills, MI

http://jobview.monster.com/Corporate-Communications-IT-Liaison-Lead-Job-Auburn-Hills-MI-116802124.aspx

 

45.)  Program Manager-Communications, American Public Transportation Association, Washington, DC

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/5020674

 

46.)  Executive Communications/PR Consultant, LIMRA, Windsor, CT

http://jobs.prsa.org/c/job.cfm?job=11668923&site_id=2170

 

47.)  Director of Marketing and Communications, Association Forum of Chicagoland, Chicago, IL

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/5007738

 

48.)  Field/Strategy Communications Intern – Allstate Corporate Relations, Allstate Insurance, Northbrook, IL

http://www.jobsinmadison.com/j/t-fieldstrategy-communications-intern–allstate-corporate-relations-e-allstate-insurance-l-northbrook,-il-jobs-j2940173.html

 

49.)  Web Content Writer / Editor, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler, Tyler, TX

http://jobs.prsa.org/c/job.cfm?job=11670151&site_id=2170

 

50.)  Group Marketing Associate – Lab Division, ARKRAY USA, Edina, Minn.

http://www.arkrayusa.com/jobs/group-marketing-associate.html

 

51.)  Communications Intern, ARKRAY USA, Edina, Minn.

http://www.mnprjobs.com/2012/12/arkray-communications-intern.html

 

52.)  Communications and Outreach Manager, North Carolina Nurses Association, Raleigh, NC

http://asi.careerhq.org/jobs#/detail/5036784

 

53.)  Corporate Communications Level 4 – Ts Sci W/poly (Immediate Hire), Makarios Solutions, Fort Belvoir, VA

https://www.smartrecruiters.com/MakariosSolutions/71159065

 

***  JOTW Weekly alternative selection(s):

 

***  From Mark Sofman:

 

54.)  Seafood Packers, Golden Eye Seafood, Piney Point, MD

http://bit.ly/TNW4wX

 

54.)  Seafood Packers, Golden Eye Seafood, Piney Point, MD

http://bit.ly/TNW4wX

 

55.)  Patient Safety Sitter, Sparrow Health System, Lansing, MI

http://bit.ly/TNWdk4

 

56.)  Seafood Associate-Fish Cutter, FreshDirect, Long Island City, NY

http://bit.ly/TNWpQf

 

57.)  Sheriffs Correctional Cook II, County of Monterey, Salinas, CA

http://bit.ly/TNWxzg

 

58.)  Arroyo Toad Field Biologist – Support Level, ICF International, Irvine, CA

http://bit.ly/TNWKm1

 

59.)  Shucker, Legal Sea Foods, Dedham, MA

http://bit.ly/TNVY8t

 

60.)  Crawfish Farmers, Kent Soileau Farm, Bunkie, LA

http://bit.ly/TNWMu3

 

 

***  Weekly Piracy Report:

 

283-12

 

15.12.2012: 0430 UTC: Posn: 24:10N – 059:08E, Around 45nm NE of Muscat, Oman, Gulf of Oman (Off Somalia).

 

A dhow was seen launching a skiff which approached a tanker underway. Master raised alarm, increased speed, altered course, crew mustered and contacted authorities for assistance. At a distance of 0.2nm weapons and ladders were identified on the skiff and the on board armed security team fired warning shots resulting in the skiff moving away.

 

282-12

 

13.12.2012: 2310 UTC: Posn: 04:16.0N – 005:19.8E, Around 25nm SW Offshore, Bayelsa, Nigeria.

 

Pirates armed with machine guns in a boat chased and fired upon an offshore support vessel underway. Master raised alarm, increased speed, sent distress message and all crew except the Master mustered in the safe room. The on board security team returned fire and after around 20 minutes the firing ceased and the pirates moved away. Due to the exchange of fire one security personal was killed and two sustained injuries.

 

281-12

 

10.12.2012: 2345 LT: Posn: 03:43.8S – 114:26.4E, Taboneo Anchorage, Indonesia.

 

Robbers boarded an anchored bulk carrier while the duty crew were busy attending to a barge. Once the crews returned to their watch keeping duties they noticed the bosun store lock broken and ship properties stolen. On investigating it was found that the robbers had accessed the vessel via the anchor chain after managing to cut the wire lashing and break the padlock securing the hawse pipe covers. Local agents informed.

 

280-12

 

08.12.2012: 1135 LT: Posn: 3:55N – 98:47E, Belawan Roads, Indonesia.

 

Three wooden boats with five robbers in each approached an anchored chemical tanker awaiting for cargo operations. Due to the crew alertness, the robbers were spotted and were unable to board the vessel. Before moving away, one of the robbers gestured to the crew that they would return during the night hours. Due to the threat and no response from [port authorities the Master heaved up the anchor and sailed to the open sea.

 

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***  Sweatshirt of the week:   DePaul University

 

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