JOTW 14-2015

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The 6th National Summit on Strategic Communications returns to Washington, DC on May 4-5, 2015

http://strategicsummit.com

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JOTW 15-2015

April 6, 2015

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This is JOTW newsletter number 1,601

 

“I generally avoid temptation unless I can’t resist it.”

– Mae West

 

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***  This week’s Can’t Wait postings:

 

None this week.

 

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***  This week’s top jobs:

 

None this week

 

(See details below)

 

***  Top Jobs:  Stand above the rest.  Your job can be right here, at the top of the weekly JOTW newsletter.  Top job placement costs $100 per job per week.  To be on top, contact Ned at lundquist989@cs.com.

 

***  If you find out about a job opportunity in communications, send it to me (lundquist989@cs.com),  and I’ll share it with the JOTW network.

 

***  The JOTW network is built upon cooperative principles.  Share, and reap the benefits.  And it feels good to help others.  I call it selfish altruism.  But this also means you need to contribute.

 

***  Listing a position is free.  Top jobs placement is $100, and a “Can’t Wait” posting is $300.

 

***  In this issue:

 

***  One Paragraph Pitch

 

1.)  Editorial internships at Sierra, the national magazine of the Sierra Club, Sierra Club, San Francisco, CA

2.)  Senior Press Secretary, Sierra Club, San Francisco or Washington, D.C.

3.)  Director for Communications, Global Health, Rabin Martin, New York, New York

4.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Actiontec Electronics, Inc.​, Sunnyvale, CA

5.)  Senior Corporate Communications Writer, Bentley Systems, Exton, PA

6.)  Communications Officer, The Kresge Foundation, Troy, Michigan

7.)  Social Media Associate, Lilly Pulitzer, King of Prussia

8.)  Social and PR Manager, Domus, Inc., Philadelphia, PA

9.)  Writer, Ballard Spahr LLP, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

10.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas, Irving, TX

 

11.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Change Management Office, AECOM, Los Angeles, CA 12.)  Communication Specialist, USAID Effective Planning and Services Project (EPSP) bilateral partnership with the Government of Egypt Ministry of Planning, Monitoring and Administrative Reform, AECOM, Egypt

12.)  Communication Specialist, USAID Effective Planning and Services Project (EPSP) bilateral partnership with the Government of Egypt Ministry of Planning, Monitoring and Administrative Reform, AECOM, Egypt

13.)  Corporate Communications Social Media Strategist, AECOM, New York, NY

14.)  Media Specialist III, Global Support Services (GSS), AECOM, McLean, VA

 

15.)  Director of Communications and Marketing, Rails to Trails Conservancy, Washington, DC

16.)  Corp Comm Project Specialist, Lowe’s Companies Inc., Mooresville, NC

17.)  Associate Director – Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute, The City University of New York, NY, NY

18.)  Ethnic Media & Communications Specialist, Seattle Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs, Seattle, WA

19.)  Speechwriter, Office of Legislative and Public Affairs (OLPA), Office of the Director at the National Science Foundation (NSF) , Post Modern Company, Arlington, VA

20.)  Communications Associate, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN

 

21.)  Associate State Director Communications, AARP, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

22.)  Communications Manager, Shared Value Initiative, FSG, Boston, Massachusetts

23.)  Corporate Communications & Planning Manager, Project One, Alexandria, VA

24.)  Coordinator, Communication & Media Studies Internships, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

25.)  Director of Communications – Mayor’s Office of Public Affairs, City of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD

26.)  Communications Assistant, Housing Recovery/Build it Back, City of New York, New York, NY

27.)  Manager – Corporate Communications, Acorda, Ardsley, NY

28.)  Public Relations Manager, The Optical Society, Washington, Dist. Columbia

29.)  Associate Director / Director, Medical Communications, ARIAD Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Cambridge, MA

30.)  Manager, Corporate Communications, The Wendy’s Company, Dublin, Ohio

 

31.)  Marketing Communications Internship, Untied States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation, Herndon, VA

32.)  Corporate Communications Specialist, Experis, Jacksonville, FL

33.)  Director Strategic Communications – Government Solutions, SDL, Washington, DC

34.)  Communications Specialist, Dublin Chamber of Commerce, Dublin, Ohio

35.)  Director of Corporate Communications, NetSpend Corporation, Austin, TX

36.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Amazon, Seattle, WA

37.)  Global Communications Strategy Lead Information Technology, Monsanto, St. Louis, Missouri

38.)  Social Strategy Lead, Monsanto, St. Louis, Missouri

39.)  Manager Scientific Communications, Monsanto, St. Louis, Missouri

40.)  Sr. Communications Specialist – Stores, Eddie Bauer, Bellevue, WA

 

41.)  Vice President, Strategic Communications & Alliances, American Physical Therapy Association, Alexandria, VA

42.)  PR Manager, Planit, Baltimore, MD

43.)  Client Engagement Coordinator, Planit, Baltimore, MD

44.)  Public Relations & Social Media Supervisor, Planit, Baltimore, MD

45.)  COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST, BNP Paribas, Lombardia, Italia

46.)  UK Marketing & Communications Manager, BNP Paribas Securities Services, London, UK

47.)  Vice President, Senior Manager – Public Relations, BNP Paribas, San Francisco, CA

 

48.)  Senior Vice President Marketing, APG Federal Credit Union, Edgewood, MD

49.)  Marketing Communications Director, APG Federal Credit Union, Edgewood, MD

50.)  Vice President of External Communications, NCsoft Corporation, Orange County, CA

 

51.)  Communications Manager, General Dynamics Information Technology, Fairfax, VA

52.)  SVP, Director of Public Relations, Cramer-Krasselt, Chicago, IL

53.)  Account Supervisor, Cramer-Krasselt, Chicago, IL

54.)  Senior Media Planner, Cramer-Krasselt, Chicago, IL

55.)  Police Public Relations Manager, City of Ft. Collins, Ft. Collins, CO

56.)  Communications and Social Media Manager, Colorado Department of Education, Denver, CO

57.)  Field Marketing and Communications Specialist, TCF Bank, Denver, CO

58.)  Program & External Relations Assistant (Part-Time), Durfee Foundation, Santa Monica, California

59.)  Communications Manager, Kinship Foundation, Chicago, Illinois

60.)  Partnerships and Communications Associate, Global Health Corps, New York, New York

 

61.)  VICE PRESIDENT, COMMUNICATIONS AND ADVOCACY, National Safety Council, Itasca, IL

62.)  PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER, National Safety Council, Itasca, IL

63.)  Sales and Marketing Director – U.S., Pomegranate Communications, Portland, OR

64.)  Communications & Marketing Manager / Office Manager, Green Empowerment, Portland, OR

65.)  Director of Communications and Public Relations, Catholic Community Services of the Mid-Willamette Valley and Central Coast, Salem, OR

66.)  Public Relations Coordinator, Morgan Lewis, Philadelphia, PA

67.)  Account Manager, Public Relations, Domus, Inc., Philadelphia, PA

 

***  Weekly Piracy Report

 

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***  One Paragraph Pitch:

 

None this week.

 

***  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.  You can include a photo, too! There is no waiting list.  And it’s free!  Submit yours today!

 

***  The Annual Special March 32nd edition:

 

In case you missed it:

 

http://www.nedsjotw.com/2015/04/01/special-march-32nd-issue-jotw/

 

***  The 6th National Summit on Strategic Communications returns to Washington, DC on May 4-5, 2015, and we are delighted to announce that the agenda is ready for download – visit http://bit.ly/1Kvt3je to review the latest faculty and program topics.

The 2015 Summit will provide an extensive review of the way communications and public affairs is evolving in the United States and globally, sharing best practices and setting standards for excellence in digital/social marketing, data-driven campaigns, building relationships and engaging key audiences, building effective global teams, communicating across cultures, managing crises, developing predictive techniques and measuring success.

To learn more about the event, and to see our global faculty list, download the brochure (http://bit.ly/1FaX1bk) or visit the event website (http://strategicsummit.com).
***  IABC World Conference 2015

San Francisco, California

14-17 June 2015

 

Come explore new ways of approaching communication with some of the most innovative thinkers and visionary leaders of our time. With this year’s theme, “Changing the Landscape: Informing the future,” you will experience sessions that will stimulate your thinking. Gain ideas you can put to work now. By attending the IABC World Conference, you will: Increase your network with over 1,200 participants in attendance.

 

http://wc.iabc.com/

 

***  Blood, Radio and War

By Anastasia Lundquist

The American Veteran magazine

pages 41-44

http://pubs.royle.com/publication/?i=241646

 

***  Out for Blood

 

The pursuit of life for the wounded on the fighting fronts of World War II

by Anastasia Kirby Lundquist

 

https://www.createspace.com/4230898

 

***  Ned’s upcoming travel, maybe, perhaps:

 

April 10-12, Auburndale, Massachusetts

 

April 22-27, Los Angeles, Calif.

 

May 11-17, Jakarta / Banyuangi / Denpasar, Indosesia

 

May 19-21, Singapore

 

August 3-8, East Lansing, Mich.

 

August 17-19, San Diego, Calif.

 

September 30-1 October, Tokyo, Japan

 

***  Your Very Next Step!

 

The January/February issue of  YVNS newsletter is posted at

http://www.yourverynextstep.com/2015/02/01/your-very-next-step-newsletter-for-januaryfebruary-2015/

 

***  Let’s get to the jobs:

 

1.)  Editorial internships at Sierra, the national magazine of the Sierra Club, Sierra Club, San Francisco, CA

 

Editorial internships at Sierra, the national magazine of the Sierra Club, provide an overview of the process of selecting and preparing manuscripts for publication. Interns sit in on all editorial meetings and perform a variety of research and fact-checking tasks for our editors. This position requires strong editorial skills (writing, video, photography, design, etc.) and a well-rounded awareness of environmental issues.

 

Internship periods are winter-spring (January through April), summer (May through August), and fall (September through December). Interns are required to work 20 hours a week; however, the scheduling of these hours is at the intern’s discretion. The position is unpaid. Travel is reimbursed up to $600.

 

Internship applicants should send a letter describing their qualifications and interests, along with a resume and a brief writing sample to, communications.internships@sierraclub.org. Although we are mainly looking for writers, the internship is also offered to people with multimedia skills that translate well to internet journalism.

 

In general, the most helpful writing samples show your ability to research facts, organize information, and interview a variety of sources. Journalistic samples are much preferred to research papers and personal essays, please send files as PDFs. If you will be including links in your cover letter, please also submit a copy of your work in PDF format.

 

Applicants should indicate which internship period they prefer. The deadline for application is March 12 for the summer period, July 16 for the fall period, and November 1 for the winter/spring period.

 

If you don’t find the answer to your question here, please contact the intern manager by e-mail at communications.internships@sierraclub.org.  No phone calls please. We only meet in person with applicants under serious consideration for the internship.

 

http://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/internships

 

2.)  Senior Press Secretary, Sierra Club, San Francisco or Washington, D.C.

 

Context:  Provides strategic media planning, oversight and implementation for Sierra Club local, regional, and national campaigns including major featured objectives of the Dirty Fuels initiative and all other related programs. Serves as communications strategist for Tar Sands campaign, and coordinates communications work with the Tar Sands coalition. Writes long-term and rapid-response media outreach plans to position the Sierra Club and promote its national and regional conservation campaigns. Oversees editorial production process for media communications, ensuring timely and accurate materials with a consistent tone and message.  Develops relationships with regional and national reporters and producers, pitching stories, providing Sierra Club’s viewpoints and serving as a Club spokesperson.

 

Scope: The Senior Press Secretary acts as a liaison between the various communications department teams and program teams to plan and carry out media strategies.  Also serves as a liaison between the Sierra Club and key media contacts, to develop relationships that advance the Sierra Club’s media coverage, serving regularly as a spokesperson. Serves as Sierra Club representatives to key partners like the Tar Sands Coalition, the Alberta Clipper Coalition, Chesapeake Climate Action Network, anti-fracking activists, and others.  Researches and delivers reports for release to media, develops and drives overall media strategy, writes media messages, op-eds, press releases, talking points and other materials, and coordinates media events as necessary. Works with other environmental groups in the Tar Sands coalition to guide the strategic objectives and communications tactics for the campaign to stop the Keystone XL Pipeline and related Tar Sands projects.

 

Job Activities:

 

  • Works with Sierra Club campaigns and volunteers to develop the concept for reports to release at press conferences and other appropriate media events. Oversees the researching and writing of those reports.
  • Oversees Sierra Club’s rapid-response program, developing messages and writing op-eds, letters to the editor, talking points and other media materials. Creates strategic media responses to published comments regarding the Sierra Club and to the positions of politicians, institutions or groups.
  • Oversees strategy, message and materials development for the Dirty Fuels initiative—, including Tar Sands and Natural Gas campaigns, serving as liaison across various teams and committees.
  • Performs necessary research and crafts long-term strategic vehicles for promoting Sierra Club messages and stories, including but not limited to writing letters to the editor, reports, op-eds, radio actualities, press releases, fact sheets, and talking points.
  • Collaborates with the National Press Secretary, Communications Director and Deputy Directors, as well as outside consultants, to provide assistance and guidance in developing long-range media strategies. Drafts communications plans and coordinates communications work around Sierra Club campaigns across internal work groups including but limited to web, social media,Sierra Magazine, creative and video teams.
  • Develops relationships with regional and national reporters and pitches stories to those reporters.
  • Trains and coaches staff and volunteers in media skills.
  • Contributes to staff strategy meetings, and stays current on substantive and political developments in major conservation campaigns by reading latest literature, attending meetings and maintaining contact with relevant sources.
  • Advises and assists communications staff to pitch other Sierra Club messages, events, and reactions to the working press as needed.
  • Mentors, trains and coaches volunteers and interns in media skills while working alongside them.
  • Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Skills:

 

— B.A. degree in communications, journalism, or a closely related field, or the equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

— 4 years prior experience as a journalist, media liaison or other position involving media/press relations.

 

— Excellent writing and verbal communications skills

 

— Demonstrated knowledge of environmental issues and national politics

 

— Ability to interact cooperatively effectively with staff, volunteers and the public

 

— Ability to meet strict deadlines and work under pressure

 

This position is represented by a collective bargaining unit and is subject to the terms and conditions of the contract between Sierra Club and John Muir Local or Sierra Employee Alliance, depending on location.

 

The Sierra Club offers competitive salary package commensurate with skills and experience plus excellent benefits that include medical, dental, and vision coverage, and a retirement savings 401(k) plan. This is a category 4 exempt position.

 

Sierra Club is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce.

 

Explore, enjoy and protect the planet.

 

*If you are applying for more than one position with us, please attach your job-specific cover letters in the ‘Attachments’ section.

 

https://chj.tbe.taleo.net/chj01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=SIERRACLUB&cws=1&rid=517

 

3.)  Director for Communications, Global Health, Rabin Martin, New York, New York

http://jobs.prsa.org/jobseeker/job/22568257

 

4.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Actiontec Electronics, Inc.​, Sunnyvale, CA

http://jobview.monster.com/Corporate-Communications-Manager-Job-Sunnyvale-CA-US-147611655.aspx

 

5.)  Senior Corporate Communications Writer, Bentley Systems, Exton, PA

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/53418497

 

6.)  Communications Officer, The Kresge Foundation, Troy, Michigan

http://jobs.prsa.org/jobseeker/job/22597368

 

***  From Bill Seiberlich:

 

7.)  Social Media Associate, Lilly Pulitzer, King of Prussia

https://exchange2010.mcri.com/owa/auth/logon.aspx?replaceCurrent=1&url=https%3a%2f%2fexchange2010.mcri.com%2fowa%2f

 

8.)  Social and PR Manager, Domus, Inc., Philadelphia, PA

http://hoojobs.com/job/2356/social-and-pr-manager/

 

9.)  Writer, Ballard Spahr LLP, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

http://www.jobtarget.com/link.cfm?c=d7jd5mMwIWTm

 

10.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas, Irving, TX

http://jobs.monster.com/v-marketing-q-corporate-communications-manager-jobs.aspx

 

***  From Jennifer Ferry:

 

11.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Change Management Office, AECOM, Los Angeles, CA

 

Description: The Corporate Communications Manager within the Change Management Office will be accountable for the planning, build, execution and measurement of high- impact communications in support of a portfolio of strategic change initiatives.

 

Key Activities Include:

  • Develop and implement effective communications plans for major program rollouts.
  • Design and build presentations, speaker’s notes, speeches, executive messages, newsletters, website content and other communications collateral in support of each initiative.
  • Work with design, editorial and communication resources to ensure all projects are trafficked and produced on time and on budget.
  • Measure the effectiveness of communication efforts using focus groups, surveys, and other feedback mechanisms (i.e. web hits, responses, enrollments, etc.) that enable the development of data-driven recommendations for improvement.

 

Minimum Requirements Qualifications:

  • At least 8-10 years of experience in a Corporate Communications role within a global, multi-site company.
  • Proven track record of driving and managing change in a large, complex organization through effective communications in multiple media channels.
  • Proven experience partnering with leaders throughout the organization.
  • Excellent oral and written communication competencies.
  • Strong project-management skills – excellent organizational skills with strong attention to detail.
  • Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree preferred.

https://jobs.aecom.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=20052&siteid=5022&jobId=678130

 

12.)  Communication Specialist, USAID Effective Planning and Services Project (EPSP) bilateral partnership with the Government of Egypt Ministry of Planning, Monitoring and Administrative Reform, AECOM, Egypt

https://jobs.aecom.com/TGWebHost/jobdetails.aspx?SID=%5eKnCSAzSUuFOJgItcXCuf1YduZ28P0EWjtbz%2fZ3dbf3n0hcNwMAWR0QbBkTdVIz06&jobId=685602

 

13.)  Corporate Communications Social Media Strategist, AECOM, New York, NY

https://jobs.aecom.com/TGWebHost/jobdetails.aspx?SID=%5erA%2fXGTBgVz7a%2fti9Y5mYjV7s9%2fBsDqDx3lcYZqNHYOQnla7HqqDwvIOvtGjZewBi&jobId=687625

 

14.)  Media Specialist III, Global Support Services (GSS), AECOM, McLean, VA

https://jobs.aecom.com/TGWebHost/jobdetails.aspx?SID=%5erA%2fXGTBgVz7a%2fti9Y5mYjV7s9%2fBsDqDx3lcYZqNHYOQnla7HqqDwvIOvtGjZewBi&jobId=689406

 

15.)  Director of Communications and Marketing, Rails to Trails Conservancy, Washington, DC

http://www.glassdoor.com/job-listing/director-of-communications-and-marketing-JV_IC1138213_KO0,40_IE683660.htm

 

16.)  Corp Comm Project Specialist, Lowe’s Companies Inc., Mooresville, NC

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/54355910

 

17.)  Associate Director – Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute, The City University of New York, NY, NY

http://metro-ny-southern-ct.hercjobs.org/jobs/6981034/associate-director-bernard-l-schwartz-communication-institute

 

18.)  Ethnic Media & Communications Specialist, Seattle Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs, Seattle, WA

http://hoojobs.com/job/2362/ethnic-media-communications-specialist/

 

***  From Dana Topousis:

 

Hi Ned,

 

Here’s a job posting for the JOTW. Thank you!

 

Dana Topousis

Acting Head, Office of Legislative and Public Affairs

National Science Foundation

 

19.)  Speechwriter, Office of Legislative and Public Affairs (OLPA), Office of the Director at the National Science Foundation (NSF) , Post Modern Company, Arlington, VA

 

Post Modern Company announces an opportunity in support of the Office of Legislative and Public Affairs (OLPA), Office of the Director at the National Science Foundation (NSF) in the need for a strong writer to serve as a Speechwriter for the NSF Director.  Candidates should demonstrate experience with writing formal remarks, talking points, presentations and other materials for executives to present to a variety of audiences.

 

The speechwriter will research, develop and write speeches on NSF’s science, engineering and education activities, as well as its policies.  Work includes:  researching, developing, and writing formal speeches, talking points, remarks, op-eds, and other materials for private and public meetings and presentations; working collaboratively and sharing best practices and lessons learned with other NSF speechwriters;

 

Qualification requirements include 5-10 years of experience developing and writing speeches and other remarks for agency or organization executives and leaders for internal and external audiences, including for public events, press conferences and other appearances; demonstrated experience successfully developing productive relationships with senior management for improving the delivery of information; demonstrated experience communicating with stakeholders about the needs and interests of the request for the speech; and demonstrated experience preparing  background information for top executives.  Other requirements include writing experience with a science organization focused on research and/or STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) areas.

 

Position is a temporary contract position with the possibility of extension.

 

Please submit resume, 3 writing samples of similar work, and a minimum of 3 references by April 15, 2015.

 

Please submit all materials to:

 

Trinka Kensill

kkensill@associates.nsf.gov

 

20.)  Communications Associate, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN

https://employment.umn.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=775649

 

21.)  Associate State Director Communications, AARP, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

http://jobs.prsa.org/c/networks/vertical/job.cfm?site_id=2170&job=22061504&n=54

 

22.)  Communications Manager, Shared Value Initiative, FSG, Boston, Massachusetts

http://jobs.prsa.org/jobseeker/job/23055722

 

23.)  Corporate Communications & Planning Manager, Project One, Alexandria, VA

http://jobview.monster.com/Corporate-Communications-Planning-Manager-Job-Alexandria-VA-US-147874053.aspx

 

24.)  Coordinator, Communication & Media Studies Internships, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

http://metro-ny-southern-ct.hercjobs.org/jobs/7000698/coordinator-communication-media-studies-internships

 

25.)  Director of Communications – Mayor’s Office of Public Affairs, City of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD

http://hoojobs.com/job/2355/director-of-communications-mayors-office-of-public-affairs/

 

26.)  Communications Assistant, Housing Recovery/Build it Back, City of New York, New York, NY

 

As Communications Assistant, this employee will join the Communications Team for the Mayor’s Office of Housing Recovery/Build it Back. Responsibilities include:

 

  • Supporting the press secretary with timely and accurate communication of information concerning HRO programs, projects, events, initiatives, and issues to the media, HRO applicants, and the public using print and electronic communications tools.
  • Managing HRO web and social media assets.
  • Supporting the planning and coordination of community-related and media events.
  • Coordinating the graphic design and dissemination of program materials, including HRO’s monthly newsletter and external presentations. (Note: must have a graphic design background)

 

Minimum Qual Requirements

  1. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university in engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, business administration, or public administration; or
  2. A masters degree in architecture that is the first professional degree in architecture

from an accredited college or university.

 

This is a long-term temporary grant funded position with an estimated duration of up to 18 months.**

 

The NYCDEP is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Residency Requirement:  Mew York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. To determine if the residency requirement applies to you, please discuss with the agency representative at the time of interview.

https://a127-jobs.nyc.gov/psc/nycjobs/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRS.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=189056

 

27.)  Manager – Corporate Communications, Acorda, Ardsley, NY

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/51062896

 

28.)  Public Relations Manager, The Optical Society, Washington, Dist. Columbia

http://jobs.prsa.org/jobseeker/job/22708027

 

29.)  Associate Director / Director, Medical Communications, ARIAD Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Cambridge, MA

https://ariad-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.dspjob&jobid=512&company_id=16419

 

30.)  Manager, Corporate Communications, The Wendy’s Company, Dublin, Ohio

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/40036255

 

***  From Shameka Jordan:

 

31.)  Marketing Communications Internship, Untied States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation, Herndon, VA

http://www.indeed.com/cmp/United-States-Geospatial-Intelligence-Foundation/jobs/Marketing-Communication-Internship-a7c137a2d0609409

 

32.)  Corporate Communications Specialist, Experis, Jacksonville, FL

http://jobview.monster.com/Corporate-Communications-Specialist-Job-Jacksonville-FL-US-148654160.aspx

 

33.)  Director Strategic Communications – Government Solutions, SDL, Washington, DC

https://sdl.tms.hrdepartment.com/jobs/7266/

 

34.)  Communications Specialist, Dublin Chamber of Commerce, Dublin, Ohio

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/53429241

 

35.)  Director of Corporate Communications, NetSpend Corporation, Austin, TX

 

The NetSpend Corporate Communications Director is a senior communications position based in Austin, TX responsible for developing and leading NetSpend’s corporate media relations, strategic communications and employee communications activities as a member of the NetSpend President’s Leadership and extended TSYS Brand and Corporate Communications teams. The Director serves as the primary corporate spokesperson and a key advisor on issues and crisis management plans. The Director handles all aspects of external and internal communications, including proactive and reactive media relations, conferences, awards and rankings, regulatory and financial communications, executive speaking engagements, employee rewards and recognition, internal team and leadership meetings. The Director also plays advisory roles on government relations, employee engagement, corporate marketing, cardholder education, community relations and TSYS and NetSpend content strategy initiatives.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Corporate media relations – Serve as primary corporate spokesperson and manage media to ensure accurate and fair reporting in response to consumer complaints. Support executive media engagement, includes development of briefing materials, Q&A, etc.
  • Corporate messaging – Develop corporate communications materials, e.g., corporate press releases, media statements, Q&A, executive speeches, awards and rankings submissions, etc.
  • Crisis communications and issues management – Advise on response and strategy for communications to internal and external audiences around sensitive or complex issues.
  • Employee communications – Spearhead planning and execution of all quarterly company and major leadership meetings, including production, content and messaging. Administer reward and recognition program. As main point of contact for TSYS Corporate, create and disseminate communication from TSYS Executive Leadership. Collaborate and consult with employee engagement team to conceive and executive major initiatives.
  • Executive communications – Coordinate go-to-market messaging at trade shows where NetSpend is present and/or in coordination with TSYS corporate shows. Write strategic communications for senior executive remarks, presentations and opinion pieces.
  • Executive leadership – Provide strategic counsel to channel and departmental executive leaders to ensure clear, consistent internal and external communication during key corporate events and initiatives.
  • Financial communications – Partner with NetSpend finance department and TSYS corporate marketing and investor relations for quarterly earnings preparation.
  • Regulatory communications – Collaborate with regulatory counsel and government relations working group to coordinate TSYS corporate and NetSpend messages and external engagement of executive leadership as it relates to outreach on public policy issues. Represent NetSpend as needed at industry and local events to promote the Company and the brand on important public policy issues. Monitor media coverage of public policy Issues, debates and trends and proactively advise on the impact and relevance of these issues to NetSpend and TSYS.
  • Community relations – Collaborate with community relations working group to identify and spearhead opportunities to promote the NetSpend brand through relevant and meaningful community and philanthropic initiatives.
  • Content strategy – Collaborate with respective owners of NetSpend’s digital properties, including NetSpend.com, brand and blog content sites and social channels. Provide insight to TSYS Corporate on industry insights, trends relevant to the prepaid segment as an active member of the TSYS Content Strategy Board providing insights from the segment. Contribute to development of cardholder education campaigns.

 

Skills/Education/Experience:

The ideal candidate will combine the skills of:

 

  • A strategist who can anticipate and support the needs of internal audiences (business partners, enterprise leaders) and external stakeholders (investors, brokers, regulators and the public).
  • An experienced corporate spokesperson with a demonstrated ability to work with national, trade and local print and broadcast media and a track record of building relationships with editors and reporters. Prior experience as a journalist a plus.
  • A strong written and verbal communicator adept at working with a range of consumer and business audiences of varying education levels internally and externally.
  • A social and public problem solver with a demonstrated commitment to underserved communities and familiarity with the policy making process.
  • A flexible, nimble, self-directed and collaborative self-starter who can quickly shuffle priorities to meet the demands of the job and be comfortable in a fast-paced and sometimes ambiguous environment.
  • To be considered for the position you should have:
  • A four-year college degree and 10+ years of relevant professional experience required.

Seven to 10 years in the Financial Services sector with experience in direct-to-consumer marketing and communications required. Experience in prepaid and/or consumer financial services preferred.

As provided in NetSpend’s Background Check policy, eligible candidates may be subject to drug, criminal history, and credit checks, which will be conducted and used in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal laws.

 

http://chj.tbe.taleo.net/chj01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=NETSPEND&cws=1&rid=1898

 

36.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Amazon, Seattle, WA

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/52642059

 

37.)  Global Communications Strategy Lead Information Technology, Monsanto, St. Louis, Missouri

http://jobs.monsanto.com/st-louis/corporate-communications/jobid7335136-global-communications-strategy-lead-information-technology-jobs

 

38.)  Social Strategy Lead, Monsanto, St. Louis, Missouri

http://jobs.monsanto.com/st-louis/corporate-communications/jobid6987049-social-strategy-lead-jobs

 

39.)  Manager Scientific Communications, Monsanto, St. Louis, Missouri

 

The Manager of Scientific Communications is a member of Monsanto’s Strategic Communications group within the Corporate Engagement organization. This role leads a group of communication leaders focused on the identification and implementation of the broader communications strategies for the company’s Technology organization. This work includes leading the development of and implementation of dedicated communications strategies for the company’s science portfolio—including Biotechnology and Breeding, as well as its collaborations, as well as overseeing the strategic outreach and engagement program for the company’s Technology leaders. This position will lead and provide proactive and reactive media relations for Monsanto’s R&D/science portfolio – including across mainstream, regional, social and trade media outlets as necessary.

 

Technology Support:

 

  • This position works closely with key members of the Technology organization– including the Technology Leadership Team and their designates to develop and implement the communications strategy that supports the goals of the Technology organization, its science portfolio and our commitments. This position works closely to coordinate and support Technology-oriented communications across the company, including but not limited to scientific, regulatory, community engagement and tours, as well as other related business matters as necessary.
  • Key Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Identify, implement and support communication initiatives (in conjunction with the Technology organization teams) that drive greater awareness of our business and its use of science to improve lives of people around the world.
  • Manage and lead Technology communications team members in planning and executing communications plans that require multiple teams from the Technology organization and the broader organization
  • Shape, drive and monitor innovative communications approaches to media outreach in support of Technology organization goals and objectives
  • Lead the development of and/or work closely with Technology teams on communications preparedness around key matters, including the R&D pipeline announcement as well as collaborations
  • Work in parallel with other key communication initiatives led by the Global Corporate Marketing & Communications, Industry Affairs, Government Affairs and other Corporate Engagement teams to help drive awareness of company’s commitment to agriculture, stakeholders and society

 

Media Relations:

  • This role is responsible for working with the Strategic Communications and Corporate media teams as well as advertising teams to help develop and support a media plan, message creation and outreach and engagement strategy for Monsanto’s Technology organization. This position serves as both a spokesperson and liaison with media. This position prepares and engages members of the Technology organization for media and engagement opportunities. The successful candidate will have experience creating and fostering relationships with media.
  • Key Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Develop and facilitate media training, outreach activities and tools with appropriate leadership, managers and staff to prepare and engage members of the Technology organization for proactive media opportunities.
  • Oversee and lead media strategy development and implementation of outlets that align with the objectives of the Corporate Engagement organization, building relationships with reporters by providing them with reliable and timely information and connecting them to leadership and other spokespeople throughout our organization and in the marketplace.

 

Technology Outreach:

 

This position works closely with Monsanto’s Technology Leaders to develop and implement the technology outreach strategy that supports the goals of the Technology organization, the Global Commercial Business as well as the Global Corporate Engagement team. This position works closely to coordinate and support Technology-outreach communications including the development of presentation and other related materials that reach the company’s core stakeholders – across farmers, business partners, science communities and identified societal stakeholders.

 

Key Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

 

  • Manage and lead Technology Outreach Communications team members in planning and executing outreach and communications plans that require multiple teams.
  • Lead the development of and/or work closely with Technology teams on targeting, placement and communications preparedness around key events and activities.
  • Partnering with the executive communications function, its designated speaker’s bureau as well as the Chief of Staff office for the U.S. Row Crops business to assess speaking requests and proactively determine primary opportunities.
  • Work in parallel with other key outreach initiatives led by the Global Commercial Business, Stakeholder Outreach and other Corporate Engagement teams, as well as Government Affairs to help drive awareness of company’s commitment to agriculture, stakeholders and society

 

Technology Resources:

This role is responsible for working with the Technology organization as well as the Corporate Branding teams to help develop and support resources that showcase Monsanto’s science portfolio and R&D pipeline in improving lives and delivering contributions to society.

 

Key Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Shape, drive and monitor innovative communications resources in support of the goals and objectives of Monsanto’s Technology organization and Global Commercial Business – including leading the development of materials to showcase Monsanto’s science portfolio and R&D pipeline – including the annual R&D pipeline presentation and the annual R&D pipeline brochure.
  • Support the coordination and development of the company’s annual R&D pipeline update in conjunction with members of the Technology Operations team and broader Technology organization.
  • Develop and facilitate training and tools in conjunction with appropriate leadership, managers and staff to prepare and engage members of the Technology organization for proactive outreach opportunities.

 

Required skills and background:

  • Minimum of 7 years applicable experience in public or industry relations or related communications field (within a corporate/business setting and preferable within the agriculture industry and/or sciences industry).
  • Prior people management experience desired
  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in relevant field – communications, agriculture or related scientific area
  • Experience in media relations is required. Experience in working with members of the media is critical. Prior experience developing story pitches and securing coverage as well as responding to issues. Established relationships with mainstream and/or trade media outlets would be valuable assets as well.
  • Strong writing, editing, listening and networking skills.
  • The ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment – including experience working successfully with several department employees, including leadership, scientists, breeders, marketing employees and others.
  • Significant project management experience including the ability to prioritize and juggle multiple projects concurrently while meeting critical deadlines.
  • The ability to learn, understand and simplify business and technical information is important.
  • Experience in corporate communications and internal communication settings would be a plus

Approximately 30% domestic travel required and may be vary throughout the year.

Job ID: 010GA

http://jobs.monsanto.com/st-louis/corporate-communications/jobid6978829-manager-scientific-communications-jobs

 

40.)  Sr. Communications Specialist – Stores, Eddie Bauer, Bellevue, WA

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/31058940

 

41.)  Vice President, Strategic Communications & Alliances, American Physical Therapy Association, Alexandria, VA

 

As a member of the organization’s leadership team, responsible for collaborating to achieve the association’s strategic goals and objectives. Provides leadership, direction, knowledge, and expertise to the association in the area of strategic communications and alliances. Leads staff in the strategic communications and alliances department to contribute to and support the work of the public affairs unit and to achieve the goals of the association. Programmatic areas of responsibility include public relations, member communication initiatives and publications, web services, new media and partnership and alliances.

 

http://www.apta.org/APTAJobs/VicePresidentCommunicationsAlliances/

 

42.)  PR Manager, Planit, Baltimore, MD

http://www.planitagency.com/jobs/strategic-services/pr-manager

 

43.)  Client Engagement Coordinator, Planit, Baltimore, MD

http://www.planitagency.com/jobs/agency-operations/client-engagement-coordinator

 

44.)  Public Relations & Social Media Supervisor, Planit, Baltimore, MD

http://www.planitagency.com/jobs/strategic-services/public-relations-social-media-supervisor

 

45.)  COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST, BNP Paribas, Lombardia, Italia

http://www.bnpparibas.com/en/emplois-carrieres/offres/communication-specialist?back=k%3Dcommunications%7Cf%3DFull-time%7Cs%3D%7Cr%3D25%7Cp%3D0

 

46.)  UK Marketing & Communications Manager, BNP Paribas Securities Services, London, UK

http://www.bnpparibas.com/en/emplois-carrieres/offres/uk-marketing-communications-manager?back=k%3Dcommunications%7Cf%3DFull-time%7Cs%3D%7Cr%3D25%7Cp%3D0

 

47.)  Vice President, Senior Manager – Public Relations, BNP Paribas, San Francisco, CA

http://www.bnpparibas.com/en/emplois-carrieres/offres/vice-president-senior-manager-public-relations?src=JB-10121

 

48.)  Senior Vice President Marketing, APG Federal Credit Union, Edgewood, MD

https://recruiting.ultipro.com/abe1001/JobBoard/c5fb2e6b-b3d4-09ff-f18a-8d4a9faf6e57/Opportunity/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=3f67ab2a-cf46-4959-90a1-8343d70e4b37

 

49.)  Marketing Communications Director, APG Federal Credit Union, Edgewood, MD

https://recruiting.ultipro.com/abe1001/JobBoard/c5fb2e6b-b3d4-09ff-f18a-8d4a9faf6e57/Opportunity/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=b4eec36e-b0f3-4b9b-83bd-65c53b136f63

 

50.)  Vice President of External Communications, NCsoft Corporation, Orange County, CA

http://tbe.taleo.net/CH05/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=NCSOFT&cws=1&rid=1926

 

***  From Hope Murray:

 

Good afternoon Ned – Please post the following in the upcoming newsletter.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions or need additional information.

Hope Murray, PHR

Staffing and Recruiting

General Dynamics Information Technology

Fairfax, VA

 

51.)  Communications Manager, General Dynamics Information Technology, Fairfax, VA

 

Job Description

 

  1. Manages external communications campaigns and related public relations components and activities. Manages outside resources relevant to external communications activities.
  2. Manages assigned communications staff members and coordinates with various Division and department management to ensure accurate information is incorporated in communications campaigns, messages, materials and activities.
  3. Develops and updates GDIT external communications materials and provides related support, including media and industry analyst relations, news releases, PR support for trade shows and events, sponsorships and speaking events, by-lined articles, media queries and interviews, developing case histories and story pitches, and industry awards
  4. Provides support as needed to HQ and division communications staff with: crisis communications, planning and staging events and activities, speakers support, briefing support, collateral, white papers and reports, newsletters, website content, video/multimedia, public affairs, professional association activity and events, philanthropic campaigns, and or other promotional activity.
  5. Supports proposal development, capture management and strategic planning activities as required
  6. Maintains current knowledge of GDIT and sister GD company services, solutions, partners, and organization.
  7. Maintains current knowledge of GDIT customer organizations and missions, along with major industry, competitor and customer events, issues, and activities.
  8. Participates in special projects as required.

 

Education

 

Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, Marketing or a related discipline, Master’s Degree a plus

 

Experience

 

8-12 years of external communications, public relations, and or editorial/reporting experience within a corporate environment, or for a major publication and or public relations agency; supervisory experience a plus.

 

Unique/Additional Requirements

 

  1. Effective management skills required
  2. Advanced knowledge of the practices and procedures of public relations, social media and journalism required
  3. Advanced knowledge of DOD, Intel and Federal Civilian agencies and marketplace required; experience within the Federal IT services, systems, and solutions industry a plus, including relevant trade press and national media.
  4. Proficiency in the use of MS word, spreadsheet, and or other related software applications.
  5. Strong and highly effective writing, editing, public speaking and interpersonal communications skills

 

Please forward resumes to Hope Murray at hope.murray@gdit.com

 

52.)  SVP, Director of Public Relations, Cramer-Krasselt, Chicago, IL

http://chc.tbe.taleo.net/chc06/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CK&cws=1&rid=178

 

53.)  Account Supervisor, Cramer-Krasselt, Chicago, IL

http://chc.tbe.taleo.net/chc06/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CK&cws=1&rid=179

 

54.)  Senior Media Planner, Cramer-Krasselt, Chicago, IL

http://chc.tbe.taleo.net/chc06/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CK&cws=1&rid=175

 

***  From Andrew Hudson’s Job List:

 

55.)  Police Public Relations Manager, City of Ft. Collins, Ft. Collins, CO

http://andrewhudsonsjobslist.com/index.cfm?PID=805&ID=9670,31736,0&S=iomnrioruwr#j033015_1

 

56.)  Communications and Social Media Manager, Colorado Department of Education, Denver, CO

http://andrewhudsonsjobslist.com/index.cfm?PID=805&ID=9670,31736,0&S=iomnrioruwr#j033015_3

 

57.)  Field Marketing and Communications Specialist, TCF Bank, Denver, CO

http://andrewhudsonsjobslist.com/index.cfm?PID=805&ID=9670,31736,0&S=iomnrioruwr#j033015_14

 

58.)  Program & External Relations Assistant (Part-Time), Durfee Foundation, Santa Monica, California

http://philanthropynewsdigest.org/jobs/15947-communications-manager

 

59.)  Communications Manager, Kinship Foundation, Chicago, Illinois

http://philanthropynewsdigest.org/jobs/15829-program-external-relations-assistant-part-time

 

60.)  Partnerships and Communications Associate, Global Health Corps, New York, New York

http://philanthropynewsdigest.org/jobs/15819-partnerships-and-communications-associate

 

***  From Bridget Serchak:

 

61.)  VICE PRESIDENT, COMMUNICATIONS AND ADVOCACY, National Safety Council, Itasca, IL

http://www.jobs.net/jobs/national-safety-council/en-us/job/United-States/Vice-President-Communications-and-Advocacy/J3K67N6HBCC1HRLH14H/

 

62.)  PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER, National Safety Council, Itasca, IL

http://www.jobs.net/jobs/national-safety-council/en-us/job/United-States/Public-Relations-Manager/J3J2YX781GNGXKW62MR/

 

***  From Mac’s List:

 

63.)  Sales and Marketing Director – U.S., Pomegranate Communications, Portland, OR

https://www.macslist.org/macs-list/Pomegranate-Communications/Sales-and-Marketing-Director-U-S/pC9xPddcxWt3/#top

 

64.)  Communications & Marketing Manager / Office Manager, Green Empowerment, Portland, OR

https://www.macslist.org/macs-list/Green-Empowerment/Communications-Marketing-Manager-Office-Manager/pcvp6cjBz63Q/#top

 

65.)  Director of Communications and Public Relations, Catholic Community Services of the Mid-Willamette Valley and Central Coast, Salem, OR

https://www.macslist.org/macs-list/Catholic-Community-Services-of-the-Mid-Willamette-Valley-and-Central-Coast/Director-of-Communications-and-Public-Relations/pLpq066b45Zn/#top

 

***  From Bill Seiberlich:

 

66.)  Public Relations Coordinator, Morgan Lewis, Philadelphia, PA

https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWebHost/jobdetails.aspx?jobId=194816

 

67.)  Account Manager, Public Relations, Domus, Inc., Philadelphia, PA

http://hoojobs.com/job/2360/account-manager-public-relations/

 

 

***  Weekly alternative job selections:

 

None this week

 

***  Weekly Piracy Report:

 

054-15   01.04.2015: 1303 UTC : Posn: 02:09.50N – 107:32.32E, Around 62nm North of Pulau Uwi, Indonesia.

Around 15-25 pirates armed with pistols boarded and hijacked a product tanker underway. They took hostage all crew members, damaged all the equipment and stole crew personal belongings. The pirates also transferred the ship’s cargo into another vessel and escaped. All crew are safe and the tanker is sailing to a safe port.

 

053-15   29.03.2015: 0330 LT: Posn: 01:05N – 103:35E, Around 5nm SW of Nipah Island, Indonesia.

Ship’s crew noticed three robbers on the poop deck. Alarm raised, crew mustered on the bridge and all water tight doors locked. A search was carried out and engine spares were discovered missing. VTIS informed.

 

052-15   22.03.2015: 2215 LT: Posn: 02:50.6N -104:30.7E, Around 18nm East of Tioman Island, Malaysia.

Around ten pirates armed with guns and knives boarded a tug towing a barge. They entered the bridge, apprehended the bridge team, then took them to the Chief Engineer’s cabin where they robbed and held them hostage. The pirates took the Chief Engineer to the engine room and transferred part of the tug’s bunkers into a small tanker. Before departing the pirates stole some equipment and damaged the tug’s communication equipment. The entire operation lasted about five hours.

 

051-15   30.03.2015: 0045 LT: Posn: 16:59N – 082:18E, Kakinada Inner Anchorage, India.

Four robbers in a fishing boat approached an anchored dredger. Two robbers boarded the ship. They were noticed by the 2nd Officer on routine rounds, who informed the bridge and raised the alarm. Seeing the alerted crew the robbers escaped without stealing anything. Pilot Station informed.

 

050-15   25.03.2015: 1930 LT: Posn: Dolphin Buoy No.16, Bangkok, Thailand

Four robbers armed with knives boarded a berthed bulk carrier. Alarm raised and crew mustered. Seeing the crew alertness, the robbers escaped with stolen ship’s properties.

 

049-15   21.03.2015: 2230 LT: Posn: 04:02N – 007:31E, Around 36nm SE of Bonny Islands, Nigeria.

Six pirates armed with guns boarded an anchored FPSO. They entered the accommodation area but were deterred by the sounding of the alarm. The pirates managed to kidnap and escape with three crew members.

 

***  Ball cap of the week: McArthur Communications

 

***  Coffee Mug of the week:  Datatel

 

***  Polo-shirt of the week:   AAA World

 

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

 

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