13TH ANNUAL IABC HERITAGE REGION CONFERENCE
NOVEMBER 11 – 13, 2018
September 17, 2018
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13TH ANNUAL IABC HERITAGE REGION CONFERENCE
NOVEMBER 11 – 13, 2018
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• Your chance to meet the winners of the region’s 2018 Silver Quill Awards
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
1.) Director of Parks and Public Engagement, Save the Redwoods League, San Francisco, CA
2.) Marketing Communications Planner – K-12, General Mills Inc., Minneapolis, MN
3.) Media and Technology Education Specialist (Full-Time 1), Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, San Francisco, CA
*** From Jayanti Menches:
Please post this vacancy in your upcoming newsletter.
Thanks and all the best,
4.) Digital Communications Manager, WSP USA, New York City, NY
WSP, a global engineering and professional services consultancy, is currently initiating a search for a Digital Communications Manager at our New York City location. The position will support the WSP USA communications team with digital strategy, creative writing skills, a love of data and the drive to deliver results. Writes, edits and manages the content and metrics of digital assets to include the websites, social media, email, advertising, marketing campaigns and more.
– Develops and implements a comprehensive digital communications plan that supports the goals and strategy of the business
– Writes effective content for websites, intranet, social media and advertising campaigns
– Supports website launch and maintenance, interacts with developers, and manages content management systems such as Sitecore
– Experience with web page design, selection and cropping of imagery
– Familiar with managing social media platforms including LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest
– Ability to develop both organic and paid social media strategies
– Strong analytical skills and familiarity with Sprout Social, Facebook Insights, Google and Sitecore Analytics
– Experience in developing and implementing social media training and employee advocacy programs
– Technical knowledge of search engine marketing skills to include search engine optimization, advertising and related services
– Strong data skills with the ability to analyze and interpret data across the digital spectrum
– Execute social media and online advertising campaigns, including concept, strategy, placement, budget, metrics and analyses
– Experience with email marketing platforms such as Mail Chimp and the development and implementation of email marketing campaigns
– Bachelor’s degree required. Masters preferred.
– At least 7 to 10 years of digital content development and marketing communications experience as well as management of websites and social media programs.
– A desire to stay at on top of emerging technologies and ability to target and prioritize efforts in up-and-coming digital spaces
– Strong interest in all facets of digital communications, including writing, copyediting, photography and photo editing and advertising
– Excellent writing, grammar and proofreading skills. Knowledge of AP style.
– Experience with data analytics, Google Analytics Individual Qualification desirable
– A strong and demonstrated understanding of social media practices and tools.
– Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills
Job Reference: 38860
5.) Director, Executive Communications, Consumer Reports, Yonkers, NY
6.) Senior Corporate Communications Specialist, Experis, Meridian, ID
7.) P&G Northern Europe Sustainability & Scicomms Manager – Brooklands, P&G, Weybridge, England
8.) CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS – ASSOCIATE MANAGER, P&G Philippines, Procter & Gamble, Metro Manila, Philippines
9.) COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE MANAGER (M/W), Procter & Gamble, Schwalbach am Taunus, Hesse, Germany
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
10.) Content Writer, Phenom People, Ambler, Pennsylvania
11.) Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Montgomery County Community College (MCCC), Blue Bell, PA
12.) Communications Manager, Vanguard, Malvern, PA
13.) Internal Communications Specialist, Butler Aerospace & Defense, Asheville, NC
14.) Sr. PR Manager, American International, Los Angeles, CA
15.) Communications Director, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), Washington, DC
16.) Producer, Visual Storytelling Team, Conversation International, Arlington, VA
17.) Communications Coordinator, Mystic Lake Casino Hotel, Shakopee, MN
18.) Director, ACH Network Communications, NACHA, The Electronic Payments Association, Herndon, VA
19.) Senior White House Reporter, The Atlantic, Washington, DC
20.) Storytelling, Strategy & Insights; Story Bureau, General Motors, Detroit, Michigan
21.) Assistant Director of Communications, Office of Civic Engagement, University of Chicago, Chicago IL
22.) Corporate Communications Manager, Kroger, Cincinnati, OH
23.) Media Intern, Access Intelligence, New York, NY
24.) Corporate Communications Specialist, SRC, Inc., Syracuse, NY
25.) Global Communications & Public Relations Sr. Manager, Tupperware Brands, Orlando, FL
26.) Communications Specialist, PAE, Minneapolis, MN
27.) Senior Communications Officer, Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII-MDIS), Herndon, VA
28.) Vice President for Development and Communications, Nontraditional Employment for Women, New York, NY
29.) Communications Associate, Design and Web, Flamboyan Foundation, Washington, DC
30.) Communications Manager, Content and Digital, Flamboyan Foundation, Washington, DC
31.) Communications and Public Relations Manager, NSU Art Museum/Fort Lauderdale, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
32.) Global Publications Manager (Account Director), Cactus Communications, New Brunswick, New Jersey
33.) Communications Specialist, NOAA Fisheries, ECS, Silver Spring, MD
34.) Communications and Media Relations, COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS, Washington, D.C.
35.) Senior Manager, Executive & Internal Communications, BLUE SHIELD OF CALIFORNIA, San Francisco, California
36.) Senior Writer, American Red Cross, Washington, DC
37.) Senior Manager, Internal Communications, One Medical, San Francisco, CA
38.) Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), Bethesda, MD
39.) Digital Communications Manager, Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), Bethesda, MD
39.) Scientific Writer – Medical Communications, The JB Ashtin Group, Chicago, IL
40.) Editor/Writer, West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, Lewisburg, WV
41.) Medical Communications Specialist, PPD, Morrisville, NC
42.) Communications Coordinator, Campus Ministry, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
43.) Outreach Manager, Simons VIP, Simons Foundation, New York, New York
44.) Public Affairs Specialist, The Tulalip Tribes of Washington, Marysville, WA
45.) Director of Communications and Marketing, American Association of Anatomists (AAA), Bethesda, MD
46.) Social Media Fellowship, Politico, Arlington, VA
45.) Publicist, Politico, Arlington, VA
46.) Editor, Florida, Politico, Tallahassee, FL
47.) Communications Assistant, Genetics Society of America (GSA), Pittsburgh, PA
48.) Deputy Editor/Writer, Boston College Magazine, Boston College, Boston, MA
49.) Digital Content Writer and Editor, American Jewish Committee, Flexible, Illinois or New York
50.) Editor-HAWAI’I Magazine [Downtown Honolulu], aio Media Group, Honolulu, HI
51.) Public Relations Specialist, UPS, Miami, FL
52.) Communications Director, International Rivers Network, Bay Area or Seattle, California or Washington
53.) Managing Editor/Magazine & Digital Content, AAA Washington, Bellevue, WA
54.) Associate Digital Media Editor, Ducks Unlimited Magazine, Ducks Unlimited, Memphis, TN
*** This week’s alternative job selections:
55.) Weed Watchers, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, San Francisco, CA
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
146-18 Product Tanker 17.09.2018: 0300 UTC: Posn: 09:20.8N – 013:43.3W, Conakry Anchorage, Guinea.
An anchored tanker was boarded by four armed robbers. Master raised the alarm, locked the accommodation and all crew mustered in the citadel. The armed robbers fired at the bridge windows and gained access into the accommodation. They ransacked all crew cabins and escaped with crew personal belongings. A navy boat arrived at the location to provide assistance. All crew reported safe.
SUS-001 Asphalt/Bitumen Tanker 16.09.2018: 0315 UTC: Posn: 07:45.14N – 117:03.95E, Around 4nm SW of Balabac Island, Philippines.
Six persons, in two skiffs approached an asphalt tanker underway. Alarm raised, PA announcement made, and crew mustered. As the skiffs closed to the tanker the Master noticed the persons face covered with masks. Evasive manoeuvres commenced. After around five minutes, the skiffs aborted the approach and moved to another vessel in the vicinity. Master informed the other vessel about the approaching skiffs by VHF.
145-18 Fishing Vessel 10.09.2018: 1800 UTC: Posn: 04:40.36N – 118:43.12E, Around 3nm NNW of Pulau Gaya, Semporna, Sabah, Malaysia.
Two armed persons in a speed boat approached and boarded a fishing vessel underway and kidnapped two crew. The remaining crew managed to retreat to a safe location. Once the armed persons left the vessel, the remaining crew sailed the vessel to a safe port. Incident reported to the local police. Investigations on going.
*** Ball cap of the week: FHTNC
*** Coffee mug of the week: Harwich Cranberry Festival
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*** Musical guest artist of the week: Gary Clark, Jr.
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13TH ANNUAL IABC HERITAGE REGION CONFERENCE
NOVEMBER 11 – 13, 2018