JOTW 28-2018

NOVEMBER 11 – 13, 2018
Richmond, VA



JOTW 28-2018
July 9, 2018
The Free Job of the Week Newsletter
This is JOTW newsletter number 1,759

“Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it.”
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NOVEMBER 11 – 13, 2018
Richmond, VA


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

Aug 21-23 San Diego, CA
Aug 24-25 Newport Beach, CA
Aug 26-29 San Diego, CA
Sept 25-27 Kuwait City, Kuwait
Oct 9-10 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

*** Your Very Next Step!

Your Very Next Step newsletter for May / June 2018
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This edition of YVNS comes to you from Vienna, Austria..

Your Very Next Step newsletter for May / June 2018

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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:

***  From Helia Bidad:


I am emailing to request CLASP’s new Request for Proposals: Graphic Design Services be shared with your listserv.

Thanks in advance for your assistance.


Helia Bidad
California Environmental Associates
San Francisco, CA

1.) Request for Proposals: Graphic Design Services, CLASP, Washington, D.C.

Description: CLASP is seeking the services of a graphic designer, or graphic design firm, to produce and package a variety of materials on a regular, ad-hoc basis.
For full description:
To apply:

2.) Public Affairs Officer, City of Springfield, Springfield, MO

3.) PR & Content Manager, APAC (Part-Time), Sojern, Singapore

4.) Director of Corporate Communications, Endgame, Arlington, VA

5.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, VeriSign, Reston, VA

6.) Associate Editor, Thrillist, Group Nine Media, New York, New York

7.) Marketing & Communications Specialist, Central Electric Cooperative, STILLWATER, OK

8.) Senior Public Relations Strategist, Proventus Consulting, Trozzolo Communications Group, Kansas City, Missouri

Proventus Consulting: Senior Public Relations Strategist

9.) Reporter, KMBC-TV, Hearst Television, Kansas City, Missouri

10.) Marketing Communications Executive, Corvias Group, East Greenwich, RI

11.) Account Executive – Public Relations, Evins Communications, LTD, New York, NY

12.) Account Supervisor, Travel & Hospitality Division, Evins Communications, LTD, New York, NY

13.) Marketing Communication & Service Manager, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Shah Alam, Malaysia

14.) Corporate Communications Manager, Publicis Media, New York, NY

16.) Strategy Account Director, Spark Foundry, Publicis Media, Sydney, NSW, Australia

17.) Integrated Communications Planning Senior Manager, Publicis Media, Singapore

18.) Communications Specialist, Jackson County Health Department, Independence, MO

Jackson County Health Department: Communications Specialist

19.) Marketing and Communications Manager, Colorado Mortgage Lenders Association, Denver, CO,36_KE37,74.htm

20.) Deputy Press Secretary, Boston Mayor’s Office, Boston, Mass.

*** From Andrew Hudson’s Jobs List:

21.) Manager of Executive Communications, University of Colorado Denver Denver, Colorado

Manager of Executive Communications

22.) Director, Communications and Marketing, Clayton Early Learning Denver, Colorado

Director, Communications and Marketing

23.) Graphic Designer – Communications and Public Information, Aims Community College Greeley, Colorado

Graphic Designer – Communications and Public Information

24.) Brand & Communications Manager, Malaysia, Philips, Selangor, Malaysia

25.) Program and Communications Manager, Empire Clean Cities, New York, New York

26.) COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR, Yale New Haven Health Services, New Haven, CT

27.) Communications Coordinator Entry, Archrock, Houston, TX

28.) Public Affairs Officer, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Springfield, VA

29.) Communications and Marketing Manager, High West Energy, Inc., Pine Bluffs, WY

30.) Communications Leader, Communications Leader, STANLEY Engineered Fastening, Towson, MD

31.) Communication Manager, Stanley Black & Decker, Hartford, Connecticut

32.) Communications Manager (External Communications/Public Relations) – Deloitte Consulting, New York, NY

33.) PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER, Department of Human Services, State of Utah, Salt Lake County, UT

*** From Mac’s List:

34.) Marketing and Communications Coordinator, WorldOregon, Portland, Oregon

35.) Communications Coordinator, Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East, Portland, Oregon

36.) Communications and Development Specialist, Childpeace Montessori, Portland, Oregon

37.) Vice President, Marketing Director for Financial Communications & Capital Markets, Edelman Berland, New York, NY

38.) Senior Writer/ Editor, American Bird Conservancy, Washington, DC

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

39.) Marketing Communications Specialist 3, Penn State University, University Park Campus, University Park, PA

40.) Sr. Digital Communications Analyst, Hartford Funds, Wayne, PA

41.) Community Outreach & Events Manager, Kendra Scott, King of Prussia, PA

42.) Public Information Officer, Town of Oro Valley, Oro Valley, AZ

43.) Public Relations & Business Development Manager, Mutant Communications, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

44.) Sr. Officer, Global Communications, International Rescue Committee, New York, NY

45.) Senior Consultant, Hill+Knowlton Strategies, Hong Kong, China

46.) Public Relations Account Executive, Marketing Communications, Hill+Knowlton Strategies, Miami, FL

47.) Executive Team Coordinator, Hill+Knowlton Strategies, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

48.) Brand & Communication Designer, Bread, New York, NY

49.) Director, External Executive CommunicationsLocations, Intuitive Surgical Careers, Sunnyvale, California

50.) Brand, Marketing & Communications Associate – Financial Services Organization (FSO), Ernst & Young, Hoboken, NJ

51.) Division Communications Mgr, Alaska Airlines, Seattle, WA

52.) Administrative Communications Coordinator, Delta Air Lines, Atlanta, GA;jsessionid=ACB53160AD01759BF6062CD971B86026?PSUID=b26079db-eda4-4efd-8a9c-f46b7c0d00f5

53.) Senior Analyst Corporate CommunicationsJetBlue Airlines, Long Island City, NY

54.) Senior Communications Analyst, Bank of Montreal, Toronto, OH

55.) Communications Consultant, McREL International, Honolulu, HI

56.) Community Specialist, Brockton Area Multi-Services, Inc., Middleboro, MA

57.) Vice President of Investor Relations & External Communications, MacroGenics, Inc., Rockville, MD

58.) Executive Communications Support Specialist, Archimedes Global, Inc., Washington, DC

59.) Public Relations & Communications Manager, Japan Society Inc., New York, NY

60.) PR Executive, offered by Savage Consultancy, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

61.) Sr Writer – Executive/PR Communications, K12 Inc., Herndon, VA

62.) Executive Communications Manager, Gensler, Washington, DC

63.) Graphic Designer – Regional Communications Team, Gensler, San Francisco, CA

64.) Communications & Marketing Director, Boone REMC, Lebanon, IN

65.) Account Executive/Sr. Account Executive, Travel and Lifestyle – Berk Communications, MWWPR, New York City, NY

66.) Communications Manager, Motorola, Chicago, IL

67.) Communication Specialist, American National Insurance Company, Galveston, TX

68.) Executive Communications Manager, AAAS, Washington, DC,32_KE33,37.htm

69.) Director, Executive Communications & Content Strategy, Edison Electric Institute, Washington D.C. Metro Area

70.) Multimedia Communications Specialist, Vail Resorts, Broomfield, CO

71.) Communications Specialist, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin Inc., Watertown, MA

72.) Marketing and Communications Manager, Salpointe Catholic High School, Tucson, AZ,36_KE37,67.htm

73.) Senior Leadership Communications Manager, NRECA, Arlington, VA

74.) Executive Assistant, Communications and Public Affairs, BOMBARDIER, Montréal, CA

75.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Collabera, Framingham, MA

76.) Communications Manager, Trimble Inc., Minnetonka, MN

77.) Digital Communications Manager, YouthBuild USA, Somerville, MA


79.) Marketing & Communications Manager, BMC, Raleigh, NC

80.) Executive Assistant to the SVP of Marketing and Communications, Oceana, Washington, DC

81.) Executive Assistant to Vice President of Communications, Hawthorne Lane, Washington, DC

82.) Communications Executive, Ameren Services Company, Saint Louis, MO

83.) Coordinator, Corporate Communications – Financial Communications, Macy’s, NY, NY–Financial-Communications/New-York/NY/MAC10324

84.) Vice President, Corporate Communications – HR/Legal, Macy’s, NY, NY–HR-Legal/New-York/NY/MAC10364

85.) Visual Designer, Corporate Communications, Macy’s, NY, NY

86.) Director, Financial Communications, Emergent BioSolutions, Gaithersburg, MD

87.) VP, Corporate Communications and Public Relations (L13), Synchrony Financial, Stamford, CT–Corporate-Communications-and-Public-Relations–L13-_1800000903-1

88.) Internal Communications Manager, Essence Group Holdings Corporation, St. Louis, MO

*** This week’s alternative job selections:

89.) Sorter, Waste Management, Pembroke Pines, Florida

*** Weekly Piracy Report:

108-18 Bulk Carrier 03.07.2018: 2200 UTC: Posn: 22:19.45N – 091:43.67E, Chittagong Anchorage, Bangladesh.
Eight robbers armed with knives boarded an anchored bulk carrier using ropes attached to hooks. The robbers took hostage and tied up the deck watchman, stole the aft mooring ropes and escaped. Incident reported to local agent.

107-18 Product Tanker 03.07.2018: 0029 UTC: Posn: 06:16N – 003:11E, Lagos Secure Anchorage, Nigeria.
Duty AB on routine rounds onboard an anchored product tanker noticed a boat tied up to the anchor chain and alerted the bridge. The AB sighted a robber approaching him and retreated into the accommodation and secured the doors. Master raised the alarm, SSAS activated, distress message sent, patrol boats informed via VHF, crew mustered and ship’s whistle sounded. Upon hearing the alarm, the robber escaped. Two patrol boats responded to the calls and searched the area.

106-18 Product Tanker 31.05.2018: 1900 UTC: Posn: 02:18.23N – 104:15.07E, Around 6.6nm East of Pulau Tinggi, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia.
Fourteen armed persons boarded a tanker underway. After realising the tanker was in ballast the armed persons stole crew personal belongings and disembarked. The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agencies (MMEA) received information on the incident and deployed a patrol boat and an aircraft, which spotted a tanker drifting suspiciously. A special forces team from the MMEA boarded the suspected tanker and found some weapons and the stolen items belonging to the tanker that the 14 persons had attacked earlier. The 14 persons were detained for investigation. In collaboration with the Indonesian Enforcement Authorities, two suspects have been arrested.

*** Ball cap of the week: Bob Marley

*** Coffee mug of the week: Bird Watcher’s General Store – Orleans, Mass.

*** T-Shirt of the week: The dog days of summer

*** Musical guest artist of the week: Improper Bostonians

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NOVEMBER 11 – 13, 2018
Richmond, VA



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