JOTW 36-2018



NOVEMBER 11 – 13, 2018

Richmond, VA



JOTW 36-2018

September 3, 2018

The Free Job of the Week Newsletter

This is JOTW newsletter number 1,766


“Glory belongs to the act of being constant to something greater than yourself, to a cause, to your principles, to the people on whom you rely and who rely on you….”

– John McCain (1936-2018)


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


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***  One Paragraph Pitch:


None this week.


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NOVEMBER 11 – 13, 2018

Richmond, VA


Top 5 Reasons to Come to the Heritage Region Conference

  • More than 23 breakout sessions led by communication experts covering best practices & skill building
  • 4 great keynoters sharing trends, tips and experience on hot communication topics
  • Professional networking with other regional communication professionals
  • Your chance to meet the winners of the region’s 2018 Silver Quill Awards
  • A unique IABC dine-around experience at some of Richmond’s coolest restaurants

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


Sept 8-14                                             Lerici – La Spezia – Milan, Italy

Oct 16-18                                             Halifax, NS, Canada

Nov 5-8                                                Orlando, FL

Nov. 26-30                                          Orlando, FL


***  Your Very Next Step!



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


***  From Bill Seiberlich:


1.)  Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Business Development, CertainTeed, Saint-Gobain, Malvern, Pennsylvania


2.)  Marketing and Communications Manager, Grace Inspired Ministries, Telford, PA


3.)  Marketing Director, SUEZ’s Water Technologies and Solutions (SWTS), Trevose, PA


***  From Lorna Mae Devera:


4.)  Expert Outreach/Strategic Communications Specialist (Clearance Top Secret/SCI w/Poly), Perspecta, Bethesda, Maryland


Every day at Perspecta, we enable hundreds of thousands of people to take on our nation’s most important work.  We’re a company founded on a diverse set of capabilities and skills, bound together by a single promise: we never stop solving our nation’s most complex challenges.  Our team of engineers, analysts, developers, investigators, integrators and architects work tirelessly to create innovative solutions.  We continually push ourselves—to respond, to adapt, to go further.  To look ahead to the changing landscape and develop new and innovative ways to serve our customers.


Perspecta works with U.S. government customers in defense, intelligence, civilian, health care, and state and local markets. Our high-caliber employees are rewarded in many ways—not only through competitive salaries and benefits packages, but the opportunity to create a meaningful impact in jobs and on projects that matter.


Perspecta’s talented and robust workforce—14,000 strong—stands ready to welcome you to the team. Let’s make an impact together.


Perspecta is an AA/EEO Employer – Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories




1) Produce and disseminate public facing articles or other media in support of customer public affairs and outreach. Manage website content for the customer website. Produce an internal newsletter and other internal and external publications as required;

2) Manage, edit and update customer website information content;

3) Prepare speeches, presentations, and communications products for customer officials. Ensure that all external presentations prepared for customer officials are consistent with IC policy and appropriate classification requirements;

4) Support the pre-publication and classification review process for materials to be released outside. Support the customer’s Public Affairs Office in providing content to Intelligence Community publications, and CI and security speechwriting support to the customer;

5) Assist in providing communications and planning support to senior officials at speaking engagements and external meetings. Liaise with members of the public and private sector for meetings in support of CI awareness efforts as required;

6) Provide support, as required, to the customer’s Partner Engagement and Legislative Affairs activities in support of the customer or to respond to Congressional inquiries. Prepare briefing books for Congressional hearings or other major events for customer officials;

7) Prepare speeches, talking points, presentations, and communications products for officials that are consistent with IC policy, customer public policy, and appropriate classification requirements;

8) Support the customer’s Public Affairs Office in providing content to Intelligence Community publications;

(U) Support, as required, to the customer’s Partner Engagement Office and Office of Legislative Affairs in support of customer or in response to Congressional inquiries.




Doctorate (PhD) + 8 years, Masters +8, Bachelors +12, Associates + 14, High School/GED +16, No deg. +20

  • Applicable degree(s): Policy, Intelligence, and other U.S. Government related field such as Public Administration, or Program Management.
  • Demonstrated expertise in supporting U.S. Federal Government outreach and strategic communications.
  • Minimum five (5) years’ experience working in the IC (civilian and/or military components) with knowledge of IC organizations, relationships, and practices. These five (5) years may be concurrent with the requisite years of work experience.
  • Extensive experience with conducting in-depth policy research in a variety of areas (e.g., IT, security, human resources, information management, privacy, Intelligence/Counterintelligence).
  • Excellent presentation, facilitation, and oral and written communication skills.
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving, interpersonal, organizational, grammar, and editorial skills, with attention to detail.


5.)  Senior Digital Communications Manager, American Dental Education Association, Washington, D.C.


6.)  Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist, Customs and Border Protection, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, Washington DC


7.)  Director, Communications, ASIS International, Alexandria, VA


8.)  Graphics / Visual Communications Analyst, NAVAIR,  Naval Air Station Patuxent River, OMNITEC Solutions, Inc., Patuxent River, MD


9.)  Market Development Manager, Terma North America (TNA), Crystal City, VA


7.)  PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST, Air Combat Command, Department of the Air Force, Nellis AFB, Nevada


8.)  Communications and Marketing Manager, Public Affairs Council, Washington, D.C.


9.)  Donor Relations and Events Manager, National Military Family Association, Alexandria, VA


10.)  Social Media and PR Manager, National Military Family Association, Alexandria, VA


***  From Jessica Godoy:


11.)  Communications Coordinator, University of Redlands, Redlands, CA


DESCRIPTION:Reporting to the Chief Communications Officer (CCO), the Communications Coordinator provides project support for internal and external communications and marketing initiatives. S/he is a “mar/com generalist,” performing promotion and publicity copywriting/editing; media buying support; project assistance on a wide range of University collateral projects; and is responsible for daily operations and coordination of workflow for University Communications and the CCO.


Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:


  • Assist CCO and department directors in planning, managing, and developing promotional activities/materials related to major University events, the University’s brand campaign, student recruitment materials, etc.


  • Assist with day-to-day project tasks as requested: basic copyediting, proofreading and general quality control, monitoring or assisting hands-on with materials created by our department or our external marketing partners (Online Program Manager, Professional Schools’ digital marketing agencies, and brand marketing agency).


  • Act as a first point of contact for many University clients and collaborators, and represent the University and the University Communications department professionally and strategically to key outside contacts; for example, speedily and appropriately direct initial contacts made by reporters, prospective students, parents, the general public, etc.


  • May assist Creative team by supporting photo shoot logistics, archiving visual assets, etc.


  • May assist Web and Creative teams by inputting edits on the University’s main website, approving University event postings, and posting stories and images to the site.


  • May assist Editorial team on University magazine story development and other publications.


  • Support CCO and Media Relations Director in urgent communications tasks and general coordination during crisis/emergency situations.


  • Manage mass internal e-communications (“University/Bulldog Announcements”) by intake, editing, formatting, and distribution per established policy/process.


  • Record and publish meeting minutes for the Enrollment & Marketing committee of the Board of Trustees.


  • Perform day-to-day budget management (including processing accounts payable, expense management, check requests, budget transfers). Help manage external freelancer and vendor invoicing.


  • Provide confidential executive-level support to CCO (phone, calendar, meeting coordination, logistics).


  • Perform central departmental administrative and operational duties.


  • Perform other duties and special projects as assigned or directed.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Bachelor’s degree is required, ideally in a communications or marketing-related or any writing-intense program. Minimum of two (2) years of directly relevant education, training and/or experience is required, preferably in or related to higher education or another nonprofit environment. Creative agency experience or related work interest is desirable. Necessary knowledge, skills, interest, and abilities include: excellent written and verbal communication capabilities; copywriting or other creative, as well as business communications, capability; excellent proofreading, quality control, and “brand-appropriateness” sensibility and skills; and experience in or the desire to learn about the various roles and responsibilities of an integrated communications and marketing organization. Independent judgment, polished and professional communications and demeanor, ability to work autonomously, and strong interpersonal skills required. Executive-level interaction and support experience preferred. California Driver’s license and a good driving record required. Occasional work outside of regular hours required for coverage of campus news or events for publicity, promotion, and other communication or marketing purposes. In addition, deadline-critical projects will sometimes require the position to join the rest of the team in putting in extra time to see projects through to timely completion.


In compliance with The Americans with Disabilities Act, if selected for the interview process and accommodations are needed please call 909-748-8040.


To apply: Submit a University of Redlands Administrator application form at




AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER—university-communications—4181/


12.)  Communications Specialist, AkzoNobel, Chicago, IL


13.)  Corporate Communications and Events Manager, L1 Technologies, San Diego, CA


14.)  Associate Manager, Corporate Communications, Unilever, Englewood Cliffs, NJ


15.)  Corporate Communications Coordinator, Hulu, Santa Monica, CA


***  From Karen Iacobelli:


Hi Ned!


Could you help us post another opening?


Just FYI – the Manager, Digital Content, has been filled!


Thanks so much,



Karen Iacobelli

HR Assistant

National Apartment Association

Arlington, VA


16.)  Manager, Digital Media, National Apartment Association, Arlington, VA


***  From Sue Klima:


Thank you,




Sue Klima

Director Business Operations



17.)  Communications Planner – Account Manager, Akoya, Falls Church, VA


We are currently seeking a Communications Planner – Account Manager to support the Military Healthcare System’s communications office in Falls Church, VA.




  • Serve as a productive member of a multidisciplinary team supporting the Military Health System (MHS) Strategic Communications Directorate
  • Research, develop, write, and evaluate strategic communications plans for health care operations based on specific target events or activities. Coordinate strategies and tactics. Develop and meet milestones, deliverables, and timelines. Provide updates on status of communications plans.
  • Serve as lead contract planner for J9 (Research & Development) communications efforts
  • Serve as support to Senior Communications Planner on high impact, high visibility communications plans and projects
  • Collaborate and coordinate with team members to support overarching MHS communications plans and initiatives
  • Interface with subject matter experts for response to media inquiries, long lead media pieces for print and broadcast, media training and other communications targets of engagement to effectively and timely communicate  messaging
  • Lead brainstorming sessions with key subject matter experts and communications team leaders
  • Develop key messages for senior leaders using existing templates
  • Conduct In Progress Reviews (IPR’s) and senior leader briefings to provide status updates
  • Translate complex health policy and management issues into policy memos, plans of action, senior leader talking points, and other forms of communication that can be used by senior leaders, stakeholders, and the MHS workforce
  • Perform other tasks as assigned to support the senior leadership goals and mission of the MHS Communications Directorate
  • Work closely with senior leadership and MHS communications team to support consistency of messaging across program offices and provide writing pieces, as needed
  • Provide communications support to large conferences and events (occasional travel required)




  • Ability to quickly and proactively learn and understand the culture, mission, and objectives of the client
  • Ability to understand and anticipate client needs and provide value-added solutions
  • Project a polished, professional appearance and demeanor
  • Sound judgment and critical thinking skills
  • Customer-focused mentality (understanding the importance of our clients and prospective clients)
  • Ability to tactfully offer and accept constructive criticism
  • Affinity for the work and the ability to be a strong team leader and follower, as required
  • High stress tolerance with the ability to multi-task and quickly adapt to change
  • Teamwork and flexibility (focused on team’s success and willing to take on new roles, as needed)



  • Bachelor’s degree in Communications or related field
  • Detail-oriented with strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
  • Ability to coordinate, prioritize, and accomplish multiple tasks in a fast-paced, dynamic environment
  • Minimum five years of relevant work experience (preferred)
  • Experience working with or good understanding of the Department of Defense (preferred)


All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.


Please submit resumes to:  No phone calls accepted.


18.)  Internal Communications Specialist II, Alight Solutions, Lincolnshire, IL


19.)  Manager, Communications – Corporate Services Center, Mount Carmel Health System, Columbus, OH,48_KE49,75.htm


20.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Faraday Future, Gardena, CA


21.)  Communications Coordinator, Global Pharma Tech Ops, Roche Holdings Inc., South San Francisco, CA


***  From




Crowell & Moring would like to post the following job.


Please let me know if you need any other information.





Jennifer Koch

Human Resources Generalist

Crowell & Moring LLP

Washington, DC


22.)  Senior Coordinator, Proposals & Pursuits, Crowell & Moring LLP, Washington, DC


Crowell & Moring was founded in 1979 by 53 lawyers who left a large national firm to begin a different kind of law firm. Since then, we’ve grown to more than 500 lawyers in Washington, D.C., New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Orange County, London, and Brussels. And we’ve created some impressive milestones along the way.

The Senior Coordinator, Proposals and Pursuits works closely with and reports to the Senior Manager, Marketing & Business Development in charge of proposals, and will play an important role supporting firmwide and multi-practice proposals and Request for Proposal (RFP) responses.

This position will collaborate extensively with other members of the Client Development & Practice Management (CD&PM) Department, especially the Practice Group Business Development & Management team, as well as with lawyers and group leadership to ensure our efforts support firm priorities and help drive overall strategy.

Primary Areas of Responsibility:

  • Develops pitches and proposals, including firm responses to complex and high-value RFPs, which are comprehensive, compelling, and tailored to the client and opportunity
  • Liaises with responsible lawyers and other firm colleagues across departments and at all levels on proposal and RFP development, including: participating in go/no go process, kick-off calls, development of key messages, drafting of pursuit schedule and team responsibilities, and pricing discussions.
  • In collaboration with Research Services, conducts and delivers meaningful research on existing and prospective clients, competitor activity, and industry or market trends to inform and support business development opportunities, strategies, and decisions.
  • Reviews, edits, and proofreads all proposal material, ensuring written consistency (one voice), key messages are appropriately emphasized, and that grammar, punctuation, spelling, terminology, and style are correct and consistent within and among documents.
  • Tracks and monitors the flow of all documents from inception to distribution of final copies.
  • Conducts post-pitch followup and debriefs, and manages tracking and ROI of pursuit efforts and feedback received. Implements firm-wide efforts related to the knowledge management of pitches, proposal and opportunities.
  • Conducts outreach to and helps support members of the Practice Group Business Development & Management team in reviewing and updating content, such as practice and industry descriptions, and attorney bios, on a scheduled basis.
  • Conducts ongoing editorial maintenance and quality control of all firm-level materials used in RFPs and client proposals.
  • Assists in building and refining the firm’s inventory of response materials that cover the firm, specific legal practices, lawyer capabilities, and client services.
  • Assists the Senior Manager, Marketing & Business Development in training personnel on pitches and pursuits management tools, supporting technologies, and best practices.


The position requires a Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of four (4) years of related experience.  Law firm or professional services experience is preferred.

To apply, please visit


***  From Tamara Lewis:


23.)  Corporate Communications Specialist, Transurban, Mclean, VA


24.)  CIB Marketing & Communications – Strategic Event Marketing, Banking – Vice President – SG / HK, JP Morgan Chase, Singapore,-Banking-Vice-President-SG-HK/


25.)  Vice President, Office of Nonprofit Engagement, Community Relations Manager, JP Morgan Chase, Washington, DC


26.)  Executive and Leadership Communications Manager, Credit Union National Association, Washington, D.C.


27.)  Director of Public Affairs, Credit Union National Association, Washington, D.C.


28.)  Manager, Public Relations, United Way Worldwide, Alexandria, VA


29.)  Marketing and Digital Communications Manager, United Way of Lake County, Gurnee, IL


30.)  Marketing and Communications Director, United Way of Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, UT


31.)  Social Media Associate, ACLU, New York, NY,


32.)  Director, Communications and Public Affairs, Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council, Alexandria, VA


33.)  SUPV PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST, Pacific Air Forces, Department of the Air Force, Fort Richardson, Alaska


34.)  Director of Marketing and Communication, Sempervirens Fund, Los Altos, CA


35.)  PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST, Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, Ogden, Utah


36.)  Vice President, Communications, National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association, Alexandria, Virginia


37.)  Public Affairs Specialist, Small Business Administration, Honolulu, Hawaii


38.)  Senior Internal Communications Leader, The Grossman Group, Chicago, Illinois


39.)  Associate, Communications (Consulting), ICF, Los Angeles, CA–Communications–Consulting-_R1801995


40.)  Nutrition Strategy & Communications Specialist North America, Mondelez International, East, Hanover, NJ


41.)  Analista Senior de Comunicaciones Corportivas, Mondelez International, Valencia, Carabobo VE


42.)  Communications manager, Ukraine and Eurasia, Mondelez International, Kyiv, Ukraine,-Ukraine-and-Eurasia/


43.)  Communications/Senior Communications Business Partner, Global Product Development, Genentech, South San Francisco, CA


44.)  Communications Specialist, CITY OF TAKOMA PARK, TAKOMA PARK, MD


45.)  Senior Managing Editor, American University, Washington, DC


46.)  Special Assistant to the Vice President & Director of Communications, American University, Washington, DC


47.)  Communications Specialist, BEAR REAL ESTATE GROUP, KENOSHA, WI


48.)  Director of Media & Public Relations, Destination Gettysburg, Gettysburg, PA,34_KE35,57.htm


49.)  Communications or Public Relations Intern – Spring 2019, Southwest Airlines, Dallas, TX—spring-2019/job


50.)  Communications Coordinator, School of International Service, American University, Washington, DC


51.)  Manager, Corporate Communications, Neurocrine, San Diego, CA


52.)  Communications Specialist, CABOT CORPORATION, BOSTON, MA


53.)  Senior Communications Advisor, County of Grande Prairie, Clairmont, AB, Canada


54.)  Senior Editorial Director, Callisto Media, Emeryville, CA


55.)  Internal Communications Mgr, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA


56.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Faraday Future, Gardena, CA,32_KE33,47.htm


57.)  Communication Team Lead, The Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta, GA


58.)  Sr Editor, The Joint Commission, Oak Brook, IL


59.)  Editor, Bloomberg BNA, Arlington, VA


60.)  Senior Manager, Corporate Public Relations, Slack, San Francisco, CA


***  This week’s alternative job selections:


None this week.


***  Weekly Piracy Report:


139-18   Container            20.08.2018: 1551 UTC: Posn: 02:22.3S – 080:00.9W, Estero Salada Passage, Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Two persons in a small skiff came alongside a container vessel underway. The onboard security guards spotted the persons, raised the alarm and switched on all deck lighting. Seeing the crew alertness, the persons aborted the attempted boarding and moved away. Incident reported to Guayaquil Port Control.


138-18   Container            16.08.2018: 1935 UTC: Posn: 22:06.7N – 091:44.7E, Chittagong Outer Anchorage, Bangladesh

Unnoticed, four robbers boarded an anchored container vessel and escaped with stolen ships store. The theft was noticed during routine rounds. Incident reported to Chittagong Port Control.


137-18   Product Tanker 27.08.2018: 2015 UTC: Posn: 07:06.9N – 125:39.5E, Insular Oil Terminal, Davao, Philippines.

Four robbers in a boat attempted to board a berthed product tanker. Duty crew noticed the robbers and raised the alarm. Seeing the crew alertness, the robbers aborted the boarding attempt and escaped. Coast Guard informed.


136-18   Bulk Carrier         27.08.2018: 1254 UTC: Posn: 00:15.52S – 117:41.96E, Muara Berau Anchorage, Samarinda, Indonesia.

Two robbers attempted to board an anchored bulk carrier via the anchor chain during cargo operations. Alert duty crew stationed on the forecastle deck spotted the robbers and immediately notified the Master and D/O. Alarm sounded and crew made their way to the forward deck. Hearing the alerted crew approach, the robbers aborted the attempt and escaped in their boat. Incident reported to the agent.


135-18   Tug         03.07.2018: 0510 UTC: Posn : 01:12N – 103:33E, Singapore Straits.

Ten robbers in small boats approached and boarded a barge being towed by a tug. The crew contacted VTIS Singapore and a police boat was dispatched to the location. As the robbers saw the police boat approaching they escaped from the barge. Once the police barge had left the location they re-embarked and stole the cargo being carried by the barge.


134-18   Container            26.07.2018: 0500 UTC, Posn: Georgetown, Guyana.

Unnoticed robbers boarded a berthed container ship, stole ship’s stores and escaped. The theft was noticed during routine rounds. Incident reported to local agent.


***  Ball cap of the week: Hamilton Jets


***  Coffee mug of the week: Paradise Point Resort – Mission Bay — San Diego


***  T-Shirt of the week:  Cape Cod Baseball League


***  Musical guest artist of the week:  Little Ceasar and the Romans


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