JOTW 29-2018



NOVEMBER 11 – 13, 2018

Richmond, VA



JOTW 29-2018

July 16, 2018

The Free Job of the Week Newsletter

This is JOTW newsletter number 1,759


“In the past, great communicators were great orators, but great communicators today sound conversational, and interrupting is common in conversation. And public discourse is now more about entertainment than enlightenment.”

– Deborah Tannen


This edition of JOTW comes to you from Springfield, Virginia.


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***  IABC Heritage Region Conference:




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

By Ned Lundquist

This edition of YVNS comes to you from Vienna, Austria..


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


1.)  Executive Communications Advisor, Chevron, San Ramon, CA


2.)  Sr. Manager, Employee Communications, eBay Inc., San Jose, CA


3.)  Sr Manager, Digital & Social Media Comms, eBay Inc., San Jose, CA


4.)  PR & Internal Communication Manager,,  eBay Inc., Dreilinden, Brandenburg, Germany


5.)  Strategic Communications Specialist, Sr., SCAN, Long Beach, CA


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


***  From Ken Hunter:


Hi Ned,


Please post this opening in your next JOTW newsletter.


Thanks, Ned!




Ken Hunter, APR

Director of Marketing and Communications

NAFA Fleet Management Association

Princeton, NJ


7.)  Manager-Membership Recruitment, NAFA Fleet Management Association, Princeton, N.J.


We’re seeking a new colleague at NAFA Fleet Management Association (, the largest trade association for vehicle fleet managers. The position is based at our Princeton, N.J., headquarters.


This teammate will be a person focused on growing our relationships with NAFA’s members and prospects in the vehicle fleet industry, has design and copy writing talent, and will be driven to help execute our membership retention and acquisition campaigns. Great opportunity for those with experience in membership at associations, public relations/marcom, or sales/marketing.


Apply today!  Full position post and application information here:,MembershipRecruitment.aspx


8.)  Communications Manager, HollyFrontier Corporation, El Dorado, KS


9.)  Communications Officer, HOUSING/DINING/HOSPITALITY, UC San Diego, San Diego, CA


10.)  Public Relations Program Manager, The Orvis Company, Sunderland, VT


***  From Loriel White:


11.)  Director of Communications and Public Affairs, American Council on Exercise, San Diego, CA



Pursues results through communications in the areas of message development and adherence, issue management, issue advocacy, public affairs, internal communications, speechwriting, and communications projects in support of ACE’s community-engagement and thought-leader convening work.



  1. Minimum 6 years experience in developing communications strategy and detailed communications plans.
  2. Minimum 3 years experience in public affairs, government affairs, grassroots, or issue-advocacy communications, preferably at both state and national levels.
  3. Exemplary writing skills in the various competencies described in “Job Summary” above.
  4. Demonstrated ability to identify key internal stakeholders for communications competencies, solicit and collect input, draft plans, socialize drafts, and ultimately secure high levels of buy-in on both activities and expected results.
  5. Ability to craft and manage highly participatory internal communications programs.
  6. Experience crafting crisis-communications and stewarding crisis-preparedness plans.
  7. Ability to develop and manage communications budgets.
  8. Experience working in collaboration with marketing-communications professionals.
  9. Deep understanding of the role of social media in comprehensive communications strategy and planning.



  1. Experience managing, or working for, PR agency or communications consultancy.
  2. Experience in fitness, healthcare, public health or related fields.
  3. Experience with marketers of education offerings.
  4. Experience in nonprofit sector.
  5. Experience in retail marketing.
  6. Natural facilitation skills.



  1. Ensure that communications and public affairs, and its functions as described in “Job Summary,” helps ACE achieve its goals.
  2. Facilitate the development of overarching strategy and detailed implementation plans for the communications and public affairs function as described above.
  3. Work in close collaboration with other director-level staff and executive leadership to secure input, buy-in, and understanding of communications strategy and plans.
  4. Develop and steward an ongoing issue-communications program that puts forth ACE perspectives on a wide array of topics that shape ACE’s ability to achieve its mission.
  5. Provide communications strategy and tactical execution support for ACE’s government affairs work.
  6. Craft or oversee development of written content on ACE’s positions on key public policy and other issues of interest.
  7. Provide communications strategy and tactical execution support for ACE’s community-engagement and thought-leader convening work.
  8. Manage public affairs / issue management / crisis communications consultants or agencies as needed.
  9. Develop and run an internal communications program that recruits, engages and relies on “volunteer” staff participation in content development and staff engagement.
  10. Develop or oversee development of “agenda-setting” speeches, presentations, and other materials for executives for use as needed.
  11. Write content as needed.
  12. Collaborate closely with Marketing Communications Department to divide labor and generate greater total work product while ensuring roles remain clear and delineated.
  13. Assume other responsibilities as assigned.



  • The full, complete story of ACE’s mission-oriented work, the philosophies and principles that guide that work, and why ACE is unique in its space, is realized and understood by ACE’s key stakeholder audiences.
  • ACE-Certified Professionals® understand the fullness of what ACE is doing to advance opportunity for exercise professionals and health coaches, and their engagement with and loyalty to ACE is nurtured as a result.
  • Through successful advocacy by ACE on behalf of exercise professionals and health coaches, ACE is measurably creating more opportunities for ACE-Certified Professionals® and others educated by ACE to help people adopt healthier, more physically active lifestyles.
  • ACE and its willing collaborators are ready at a moment’s notice to speak on behalf of ACE, and on behalf of well-qualified exercise professionals and health coaches, in a clear, complete, and compelling manner about what’s best for ACE’s mission to get people moving.


The preceding functions have been provided as examples of the types of work performed by employees assigned to this job classification.  Management reserves the right to add, modify, change, or rescind work assignments and to make reasonable accommodations as needed.


12.)  Sr Communications Consultant, Ward, Houston, TX


13.)  Sr Communications Manager, T-Mobile, Bellevue, WA


14.)  Director of Public Relations, Varsity Tutors, St. Louis, MO


15.)  Press Secretary for Science, The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC


***  From Bill Seiberlich:


16.)  Communications & Media Relations Assistant, Music Business Association, Marlton, NJ


Entrench yourself in the business of music by submitting today to be part of the Music Business Association’s (Music Biz) dynamic, fast-paced Communications & Marketing team. As the music industry’s premier trade organization, Music Biz provide educational resources and networking opportunities to all facets of the music business through our events and online services. Our community spans the full spectrum of the industry with companies such as Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Pandora, Sony Music Entertainment, SoundCloud, Spotify, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, YouTube, among many others. The Association’s year-round work culminates annually at its 4-day flagship event — the Music Biz conference. The event brings together 2,200+ industry executives and enthusiasts in Nashville for panels, private meetings, mixers, workshops, keynotes, and much more.

Music Biz is seeking a full-time Communications & Media Relations Assistant to create social, email and website content; draft member and media releases; create media ad trades; and traffic all speaker assets. The Assistant will be responsible for reinforcing the Association’s brand across all written assets.

Responsibilities & Learning Opportunities:

  • Draft email communications; website and social posts; and media releases.
  • Interface with industry media through ad trade solicitation and story pitch opportunities.
  • Collect content for the web site’s homepage and daily email feeds.
  • Review and update web site to ensure accurate display of information surrounding the Association’s products and services.
  • Solicit members for Job Center content.
  • Collect and organize speaker assets, as well as edit bios for online and print.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have 1+ years of professional experience and MUST display:

  • Proven writing skills — with ability to adapt messages for social, media, and email other types of communications
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • A deep knowledge of Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
  • Professional phone etiquette.
  • Basic knowledge working in WordPress.

The following skills are a PLUS for candidates:

  • Knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
  • Music industry knowledge

Salary/Job Requirements: This position offers a competitive salary. Healthcare benefits are available for the employee after 30 day review period. Opportunity to participate in company 401K program with employer match after one year of employment.

How to Apply: Send cover letter and resume to, referencing “Comm/MR Assistant” in the email subject. References and writing samples will be needed if candidate is asked for a face-to-face interview.


17.)  Marketing Content Manager, CRF Health, Plymouth Meeting, PA


18.)  Director, Corporate Communications, The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co., Horsham, Pennsylvania


19.)  Senior Project Manager, Middle East and North Africa, BBC Media Action, London, United Kingdom


20.)  Reporter: Community Growth & Economy, The Idaho Statesman, Boise, Idaho–economy-the-idaho-statesman


21.)  Public Relations Specialist, University of West Florida (UWF), Pensacola, FL


22.)  Sr IR & Corporate Communications Specialist, Retrophin, San Diego, CA


***  From Kristina Baumler:


Hope you’re doing well. Great opportunity to lead a strong communications team within our Information Technology division.




23.)  Communications Manager, Information Technology, FreddieMac, McLean, VA


24.)  Marketing and Communications Associate, Schumacher Clinical Partners, Lafayette, LA


25.)  Public Relations Manager, Equine, Sullivan Higdon & Sink, Kansas City, MO


26.)  Communications Coordinator, Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce, Fredericksburg , VA


27.)  PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER, The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, New York, NY


28.)  Director of Countywide Communications (UC), County of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California


29.)  Marketing Communications Specialist, Teralytic, New York City, NY


30.)  Vice President – Marketing & Communications, Crawford & Company, Norcross, GA,


31.)  Communications Specialist, Pall, Westborough, MA


32.)  Corporate Communications Student Assistant, Radiometer, Hovedstaden-Brønshøj, Denmark


33.)  Director of Communications, The National Renderers Association, Alexandria, VA


34.)  Reporter, The Daily Times, Bethany Beach, Delaware


35.)  Associate Director Public and Media Relations, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Inc., Princeton, NJ


36.)  Senior Media Relations Specialist, IFPRI (International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC


37.)  Director, Communications, Pharmacy Quality Alliance, Alexandria, VA


38.)  Senior Project Manager, BBC Media Action, Tunis, Tunisia


39.)  Public Relations Director, Penn Museum (University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology), Philadelphia, PA


40.)  Corporate Communications, SolomonEdwards, San Jose, CA


41.)  Communications Associate, Lake Pend Oreille Waterkeeper, Sandpoint, Idaho


42.)  Part-time Sports Writer, The Daily American, Somerset, Pennsylvania


43.)  Communications Coordinator, Charleston Water System, Charleston, SC


44.)  Director, Communications, Pharmacy Quality Alliance, Alexandria, Virginia


45.)  Marketing Communications Associatem,  Matthews International Capital Management, San Francisco, CA


46.)  Communications Officer, Family Planning, United Nations Foundation, Washington, DC


***  From Hilary Longo:


47.)  PR Director, Henry Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine (HJF), Bethesda, MD


48.)  Strategic Communications / Public Affairs Specialist, BRTRC Federal Solutions, Crystal City, VA—public-affairs-specialist/job


49.)  Writer / Editor, Office of the Deputy for Acquisition and Systems Management, BRTRC Federal Solutions,  Pentagon, Arlington, VA—editor/job


50.)  Marketing/Communication Manager, BRTRC Federal Solutions, Vienna, VA


51.)  Knowledge Management and Communication Officer (Chinese language), International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), Kathmandu, Nepal


52.)  Communications Coordinator, Vinson & Elkins, Houston, TX


53.)  Assistant to Chancellor for Communications and Research, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, Pembroke, NC


***  From Jessica Godoy:




Can you please post the following job for University of the Pacific?


Please confirm when the ad is posted and let me know if you have any questions.


Jessica Godoy


54.)  Senior Creative Director, University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA


Primary Purpose:


Reporting to the Executive Director of Marketing and Communications, the Senior Creative Director provides the creative strategy and leadership for University of the Pacific’s brand. Leading both the internal creative team of designers and photographers across the university’s three campuses—as well as external agencies—the creative director establishes the design direction that brings to life Pacific’s mission, vision and values in a way that resonates with audiences and moves them to action. In close coordination with the university’s executive leadership and in collaboration with the Senior Director of Marketing and Branding, the creative director is responsible for developing and leading the visual representation of Pacific’s brand identity and leveraging its brand voice in digital and print executions for all university campaigns, schools and programs, alumni and donor relations, signature events and other initiatives. The creative director collaborates with other members of the university’s and department’s leadership team to ensure an integrated approach across all campuses, channels and segments. The creative director sets project management and workflow processes for the marketing communications team to achieve quality, efficient and effective communication and collaboration. The creative director mentors and coaches the creative team (graphic designers and photographer) to support them in growing professionally and to enhance brand storytelling.


Essential Functions:


  1. Leads, designs and oversees a university-wide creative strategy and execution and serves as the lead for all creative initiatives; helps integrate activities and campaigns across all campuses and all audience touchpoints.


  1. Leads development and refresh of a university-wide visual identity system and guidelines, and champions their adoption and ongoing usage on all campuses.


  1. Approaches each stakeholder as a valued customer to promote effective, quality, service-oriented exchanges with both internal and external partners; acts as a positive, proactive and productive leader while building strong, trusting relationships throughout the university and fostering an appreciation for strategic ideas and creative executions.


  1. Helps build a culture of strategic thinking and thoughtful inquiry, making decisions based on actual insights and data.


  1. Values diversity and inclusion in day-to-day interactions and in creative decision-making.


  1. Coordinates closely with marketing and communications leadership team to support ongoing integration of overall strategy, messaging and brand experience.


  1. Collaborates with senior leaders and other leaders and teams throughout the university to continually drive and refine how Pacific communicates its brand mission, personality and perspective to audiences and stakeholders.


  1. Listens, questions, prioritizes and translates business needs and marketing goals into strategic deliverables, from conception through production.


  1. Oversees the cross-functional leads to estimate, create, manage, track and drive deadlines for projects.


  1. Leads and manages a creative team that operates efficiently and effectively while continuously innovating to deliver high-quality, on-target, on-time and on-brand results.


  1. Builds and leads a high-performance team; hires and retains high-caliber talent in clearly defined roles; sets goals, delegates work, holds direct reports accountable; develops and empowers direct reports to make decisions and take action.


  1. Demonstrates a deep understanding of digital and print design, photography, videography and new media, as well as how best to approach delivering integrated visual stories across distinct platforms.


  1. Handles multiple assignments well, maintaining a positive attitude under pressure.


  1. Proactively discovers areas of improvement and recommends thoughtful solutions to executive leadership.


  1. Engages in professional networking opportunities outside of the university to evangelize the brand story and to learn new ideas and strategies.


  1. Stays abreast of industry news and best practices to maintain a deep understanding of the current visual communications landscape and emerging trends.


  1. Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.


Minimum Qualifications:


  • Bachelor’s degree in graphic design, visual communications, marketing or related field; 10 years of creative experience with five or more years of leadership experience managing full-time employees in a creative director or similar role.


Preferred Qualifications:


  • Ability to plan and strategize at a senior level and operate with a high level of awareness of creative processes and techniques, including those related to digital and social media platforms.


  • Ability to work alongside senior leadership to set brand direction, to persuade and influence brand-based decisions and to serve as key brand champion in the university.


  • Experience and ability to work in a multi-campus setting and collaborate with senior leaders to coalesce viewpoints and lead a unified branding direction.


  • Outstanding working knowledge of branding, brand identity programs, and brand execution, including educating the organization on branding, branding best practices and the benefits of adopting a unified brand identity.


  • Deep experience in digital and print design, photography and videography, and motion graphics/animation, including visual storytelling through these approaches.


  • Persuasive and confident approach to creative projects while delivering effective leadership and exercising superior problem-solving, collaboration and decision-making skills.


  • Ability to work highly autonomously and make decisions based on sound judgment.


  • A desire to learn and embrace new media technology.


  • Strong experience and understanding of current visual communication concepts, strategy and best practices.


  • Deep understanding of customer intent, behavior and customer journeys, including how to develop and leverage brand personas.


  • Strong analytical and strategic thinking skills.


  • Strong project- and time-management skills.


  • Adaptable problem-solver and team player who enjoys working in a fast-paced, high-volume environment and meets deadlines.


  • Excellent writing, editing, grammar and proofreading skills; clear and articulate communicator and strong presenter who can translate complex technical ideas easily.


  • Exceptional organizational skills, detail-oriented; strong ability to multitask and work on a cross-functional team.


  • Proficiency to build and lead high-performance, highly collaborative teams.


  • Ability to provide coaching and feedback to help develop employees for long-term career growth.


  • Positive attitude, proven ability to work successfully with diverse populations and demonstrated commitment to promote and enhance diversity and inclusion.


  • Excellent working knowledge of creative software, including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, etc.


  • Working knowledge of web development preferred to support effective communication of vision and goals with web developers and other information technology professionals.


Physical Requirements:


The physical demands described here are representative but not definitive of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Requires extended periods of sitting and repetitive hand/wrist motion while using computer keyboard and phone. Frequent walking or standing, occasional climbing stairs, bending, stooping and reaching. Occasional lifting up to 25 pounds.


Work Environment/Work Week/Travel:

Work is primarily performed in a standard office environment with use of computer and phone. Occasionally requires work during non-standard business hours. Requires occasional travel off campus.


Valid driver’s license required. Incumbent must also be able to meet the University’s fleet rules and be eligible to drive for University business. The University and its insurance carrier reserves the right to exclude applicants based on their driving record.


Hiring Range: Commensurate with experience, exempt


Posting Number: 201301406P


Full or Part Time: Full Time


Number of Months: 12


Work Schedule: Occasionally requires work during non-standard business hours. Requires occasional travel off campus.


Background Check Statement:


Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates must pass a criminal background check.


AA/EEO Policy Statement:


University of the Pacific is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer dedicated to workforce diversity. In compliance with applicable law and its own policy, Pacific is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty and staff and does not discriminate in its hiring of faculty and staff, or in the provision of its employment benefits to its faculty and staff on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, sex/gender, marital status, military and veteran status, sexual orientation, medical condition, pregnancy, gender identity, gender expression, or mental or physical disability.


To apply, visit:


55.)  Senior Manager, Communications, Plan International Canada, Toronto, Canada


56.)  Communications Associate, Wells College, Aurora, New York


57.)  Communications Manager, City of Cambridge, Cambridge, MA


58.)  Employee Communications and Engagement Specialist, Fitch Group, New York, NY,


59.)  Partner Communications – Corporate Communications Advisor, North America Channel Sales Executive Communications, Specialty Sales and Internal Communications, Dell, Hopkinton, MA


60.)  Communications Associate, SNAC International, Washington, DC


61.)  Communications Director, ACLU of Montana, Missoula, MT


62.)  VP, COMMUNICATIONS & PUBLIC RELATIONS, Excela Health Corporate Services, Greensburg, PA


63.)  VP, Manager, Enterprise Internal Communication, Liberty Mutual, Boston, MA


64.)  VP, Corporate Communications, IQVIA, Parsippany, NJ


65.)  Project Manager/ Medical Affairs Global Scientific Communications, IQVIA, Cambridge, MA


66.)  Director of Communications and Media Relations, National Propane Gas Association, Washington, District Of Columbia


67.)  Vice President, Marketing Communication & Administration (Newark, NJ or Chicago, IL), Prudential, Newark, NJ


68.)  Senior Communications Specialist, Prudential, Shelton, Connecticut


69.)  Vice President for University Communications and Marketing, Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ


70.)  VP Communications Government Relations, Tennessee Valley Public Power Association, Chattanooga, TN


71.)  Junior Video Editor, World Surf League,  Santa Monica, California or San Diego, California


72.)  VP, Public Relations and Communications, World Surf League, Santa Monica, California or San Diego, California


73.)  Marketing Communications Specialist, Fox World Travel, Inc., Oshkosh, WI


74.)  Internal Communications Manager, General Electric, Wauwatosa, WI


75.)  Vice President, Communication, SHRM, Alexandria, VA


76.)  Senior Marketing Communication Specialist, SHRM, Alexandria, VA


77.)  Vice President External Affairs, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN


78.)  Part-time Instructor (Pool) – Communication, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN


79.)  Vice President of Public Affairs & Communications, Marathon Strategies LLC, Washington, DC,DC


80.)  Associate Vice President, Brand Communications and Insights, American Public University System, Manassas, VA


81.)  Senior Consultant, Corporate Communications, Strategic Communications (???? – ??????), FTI Consulting, Singapore


82.)  Consultant / Senior Consultant, Corporate Communications, Strategic Communications, FTI Consulting, Mumbai, India


83.)  Senior Consultant, Corporate Communications, Strategic Communications, FTI Consulting, Beijing, China


***  From Mac’s List:


84.)  Co-Executive Editor for Spanish and Bilingual Resources, Oregon Catholic Press (OCP), Portland, Oregon


85.)  Communications Specialist, Explore Washington Park, Portland, Oregon


86.)  Assistant Director of Marketing and Communications, St. Mary’s Academy, Portland, Oregon


87.)  VP of Marketing and Communications, YMCA, Newport News, VA


88.)  Manager of Communications and Marketing, altis.excel, Toronto, ON, Canada


89.)  Vice President, Corporate Communications, Bridgepoint Education, San Diego, CA


90.)  IT Vice President, Marketing & Corporate Communications IT Vice President, Marketing & Corporate Communications, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Boston, MA


91.)  Assistant Athletic Director Of Athletic Communications, Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas


92.)  Vice President Marketing and Communications, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Mountain View, CA


93.)  Vice President, Integrated Communications, Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland, OH


94.)  Sr. Vice President, Marketing and Communications, OKC ENERGY FC, Oklahoma City, OK


95.)  Senior Communications Analyst, BMO Harris Bank, Toronto, Canada


96.)  Multicultural Marketing Manager – Marketing & Communications, PGA TOUR, Ponta Vedra Beach, FL


97.)  Public Affairs & Communications Director, Coca-Cola Far East Limited Philippines, Manila, Philippines


98.)  Senior Manager, North America Communications & Public Affairs, Medical Devices Internal & External Stakeholder, Johnson & Johnson, Raynham, Massachusetts


99.)  Consumer Communications Manager, Communications & Public Affairs, Johnson & Johnson, Yongsan-gu, South Korea


100.)  Team Assistant EMEA Communications And Public Affairs (M/W), Johnson & Johnson, North Rhine Westphalia, Germany


101.)  Program Communications Specialist, Leidos, Albuquerque, NM


102.)  Communications Director, City Manager’s office, City of Fairfax, Fairfax VA


103.)  Public Relations & Communications Manager, Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Juno Beach, FL


104.)  COMMUNICATIONS – MARKETING INTERNSHIP, Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Juno Beach, FL


105.)  Robotics Institute Communications Specialist, University of Michigan Robotics Institute, Ann Arbor, Michigan


106.)  Communications Specialist, American Assn of Oral & Maxilofacial Surgeons, Rosemont, IL


107.)  Senior Public Information Officer, University of California – Merced, Merced, CA


108.)  Senior Manager, Communications, Plan International Canada, Toronto, Canada


109.)  Communications Specialist II, United Network for Organ Sharing, Richmond, VA


110.)  Marketing Specialist- Digital and Communications, BNY Mellon Investment Management, Boston, MA, USA


111.)  Public Communications Specialist. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California




113.)  Communication Program Liaison, Battelle Energy Alliance, Idaho Falls, ID


114.)  Communication Advisor, Calgary Police Service, City of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada


115.)  Manager, Internal Communications, Genentech, South San Francisco, CA


116.)  Senior Manager, Science Communications, Genentech, South San Francisco, CA


117.)  Communications Associate, Columbia University, New York, New York


118.)  Director, HR communications, S&P Global, New York, NY


119.)  Deputy Chief of Party, Internews, Juba, South Sudan


120.)  Internal Communications Analyst, MARSH & MCLENNAN COMPANIES, INC., New York, NY


121.)  Communications Associate, The Center for Popular Democracy, BROOKLYN, New York


122.)  Senior Communications Manager, Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, Reston, VA


123.)  Public Relations Specialist, Randstad, Springfield, MA


124.)  Senior Communications Strategist, Moody’s, New York, NY, USA


125.)  Communication Specialist II, Northeastern Integrated Pest Management Center, IPM Institute of North America, Inc., College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), Cornell University, Ithaca, NY


126.)  Communications Manager, Hudson Valley Farm Hub, Hurley, NY


127.)  Media Planner/Buyer, Charleston Orwig , Hartland, WI


128.)  SVP, Global Communications, ICANN, Los Angeles, CA


129.)  Manager, Executive Communications, Electronic Arts, Redwood City, CA


130.)  Senior Media Specialist, Internews, Mexico City, Mexico


***  This week’s alternative job selections:


131.)  Waterkeeper, Lake Pend Oreille Waterkeeper, SANDPOINT, IDAHO


132.)  Garden Teacher and Urban Farmer, Palos Verdes School Gardens, Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA


***  Weekly Piracy Report:


112-18   Product Tanker 10.07.2018: 0600 UTC: Sandakan Port, Sabah, Malaysia.

Unnoticed robbers boarded a berthed tanker, stole ships properties and escaped. The theft was noticed by the duty crew on routine rounds. Incident reported to the local agent who informed the port police and PFSO. Local police boarded the tanker for investigation.


111-18   Tug         03.07.2018: 1920 UTC: Posn: 01:49.9N – 003:12.1 E, Around 220nm SW of Bayelsa, Nigeria.

Duty officer onboard a tug noticed a fishing boat lowering a long skiff into the water. The skiff with four to five persons onboard started approaching the tug and closed to a distance of 0.5nm. Master raised the alarm, increased speed and headed into the swell. Several attempts were made by the skiff to get closer to the tug, but failed due to the rough weather. After following the tug for over five hours the skiff moved away.


110-18   LNG Tanker        05.07.2018: 1640 UTC: Posn: 13:45.44N – 121:00.82E, Batangas Anchorage, Philippines.

During routine rounds, duty crew onboard an anchored gas tanker noticed an unauthorized person on the forecastle deck. He immediately informed the duty officer. Alarm raised, crew mustered and a search was carried out. Upon checking, ship’s stores were reported as missing. No unauthorized person found onboard. Incident reported to local Authorities.


109-18   Refrigerated Cargo          01.07.2018: 0500 UTC: Posn: 06:59.0N – 058:02.0W, Georgetown Outer Anchorage, Guyana.

Unnoticed, an anchored reefer carrier was boarded by robbers. Upon checking, some forward ship’s store items were found missing. Vessel and crew are safe. Incident reported to local agent.


***  Ball cap of the week: USS Rhode Island SSBN 740


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


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