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February 4, 2019
The Free Job of the Week Newsletter
This is JOTW newsletter number 1,788
“Normality is a paved road; it’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow.”
– Vincent van Gogh
This edition of JOTW comes to you from Springfield, Virginia.
*** Welcome to the JOTW network and another year of JOTW newsletters!
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*** This week’s Can’t Wait postings:
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*** Your Very Next Step!
Your Very Next Step newsletter for January / February 2019
By Ned Lundquist
This edition of YVNS comes to you from London, UK.
The January-February 2019 issue of Your Very Next Step newsletter is now available online
- Dozens of travel and adventure news, tips and features.
- 11 cool volunteer opportunities
- 31 travel/conservation/adventure jobs
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
1.) Communications Director, Global Purpose Communication & Editorial, NIKE INC., Beaverton, OR
2.) Reporter, Sauk Valley Media, Sterling, IL
Sauk Valley Media (Sterling, IL) seeks a reporter with at least one year experience who can also shoot photos and video and understands what interests readers on all platforms; must be able to shoot videos and photos, take on a broad range of assignments, and inform readers how the events and people portrayed in stories are relevant to their lives in a clear and concise way; send 3-5 of your best clips and resume to Sauk Valley Media – Reporter , attn.: Rusty Schrader, Box 498, Sterling, IL 61081 or apply online at www.shawmedia.com/careers. EOE
3.) Vice President Brand Engagement & Communications, DUBAI AIRPORTS, Dubai, UAE
4.) Editor, LaRue County Herald News, Landmark Community Newspapers, Hodgenville, KY
The LaRue County Herald News (Hodgenville, KY) seeks an editor who can take responsibility for all aspects of newsgathering to include reporting/feature writing/photography/pagination/page design and can produce weekly newspapers and special sections on deadline. Apply online at https://landmarkcommunitynewspapers.applicanapplicantprotpro.com/jobs/935438.html.
*** From Gustava Taler:
I am writing on behalf of Maryland Legal Aid, a private, non-profit organization, based in Baltimore City and dedicated to providing free, civil legal services to Maryland Legal Aid’s poor. We have an opening for a Director of Grants, Contracts and Compliance (see attached job description). The position is based in Baltimore City, although the work is statewide.
Thank you in advance for your assistance in getting the word out about this position.
Gustava E. Taler, Esq.
Maryland Legal Aid
5.) Director of Grants, Contracts and Compliance, Maryland Legal Aid, Baltimore, MD
6.) Strategic Communications Specialist, Mid, Chenega Corporation, Fort Belvoir, VA
7.) SCRUM Team Communications Specialist, Allegheny Science & Technology, Springfield, VA
8.) Communication and Engagement Manager, London Stansted Airport, Manchester Airport Group Plc, Stansted, UK
9.) Producer, Weekend Nightly News, NBC NEWS AND MSNBC, NEW YORK, NEW YORK
10.) Associate Producer – On Assignment, NBC NEWS INTERNATIONAL, NBC NEWS AND MSNBC, LONDON, UK
11.) Associate Producer, WTVJ NBC 6, NBCUOTS, MIRAMAR, FLORIDA UNITED STATES
12.) Communications Executive, Gatwick Airport Ltd, Gatwick, West Sussex, UK
13.) Chief Communications Officer, United Way, Miami, FL
14.) Manager, Public Relations, United Way Worldwide, Alexandria, VA
15.) Internal Communications Specialist, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Arlington County, Arlington, VA
*** From Scott Wolfson:
Hope you are doing well. When I ran comms at the US Consumer Product Safety Commission you posted many of our job announcements, which was a great help.
At ICF Next, we are in search of a great candidate to serve as a Pharma/BioPharma Communications Lead in the Los Angeles area.
Media Relations Practice
16.) Pharma/BioPharma Communications Lead, ICF Next, Los Angeles, CA
Key responsibilities will be:
• Serve as biopharma/pharma communications expert and advisor for a client contract, both carrying out and overseeing the completion of project work and deliverables.
• Serve as a key media relations strategist and implementer related to media outreach efforts and supporting relationships with pharma/bio pharma journalists/beats, etc.
• Provide issues management support and crisis communications counsel for client.
• Simultaneously manage the project and own key tasks to complete autonomously, with oversight and direction as/if needed.
• Support project manager in strategic communications planning, program development, digital communications, materials development, media relations, interview management, and stakeholder outreach.
• Provide administrative and logistics support across projects including managing project timelines, deliverables, and work plans.
Interested candidates can apply for the position at: www.icf.com/careers/jobs/R1802770
17.) Communications Manager, ICF, Fairfax, Virginia
18.) Senior Marketing and Communications Manager, ICF, Boston, Massachusetts
19.) Communications Specialist, Charles Koch Institute, Arlington, Virginia
20.) Associate Producer, NBC Sports Chicago, Chicago, IL
NBC Sports Chicago seeks an experienced associate producer who can producer highlights and features for all platforms, conduct interviews in the field, log interviews and writer or air and online.
*** From Samantha Donaldson:
Good afternoon Ned,
We are hiring for a senior communications manager at the Partnership for Public Service. Could you please include this posting in next week’s JOTW?
Vice President of Communications
Partnership for Public Service
21.) Senior Communications Manager, Partnership for Public Service, WASHINGTON, DC
22.) Communications Manager, Sand Cherry, Reston, Virginia,
23.) Communication Assistant-Secret Clearance, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) Dam Neck Activity, Knowesis Inc., Virginia Beach, VA
24.) Public Relations Senior Account Manager – FMCG/ Consumer, Hunter Public Relations, London, UK
25.) Corporate Communications Coordinator, Edgewell Personal Care Brands, LLC, Shelton, CT
26.) Director Of Communication, Thornton Academy, Portland, ME
27.) Director of Communications, Alteristic, Springfield, VA
28.) Senior Internal Communications Manager, SUEZ recycling and recovery UK, Maidenhead, Berkshire, UK
29.) Corporate Communication and Multimedia Branding Summer Intern, WEX, South Portland, ME
30.) Communications and Marketing Manager, Look Good Feel Better, Epsom
*** From Jeff Carrigan’s Big Shoes Network:
31.) Marketing Communications Specialist, TSI Incorporated, Shoreview, MN
32.) Global Communications Manager, Motorola Solutions, Schaumburg, IL
33.) Public Relations Intern, Mueller Communications, Milwaukee, WI
35.) Communication Assistant, American Honda Motor Co., Inc., Washington, DC
36.) Head of Communications and Marketing (Maternity Cover), SafeLives, London, UK
37.) Experienced Copywriter (Volunteer), Friends of Fort Williams Park, Cape Elizabeth, ME
38.) Communications Specialist (MGM National Harbor), MGM Resorts International, Oxon Hill, MD
39.) Director of Communications and Public Affairs, LincolnHealth, MaineHealth, Portland, ME
*** From Yonina Mrose:
Please include this position in your upcoming job’s report.
Enviva, a global renewable energy company based in Bethesda, Maryland is seeking an experienced Graphic Designer. The Graphic Designer will produce a full range of visual materials in support of Enviva’s global branding and content strategy. This role is responsible for creating a variety of print and digital assets—including ads, brochures, advocacy materials, recruitment materials, social media graphics, web graphics, and event collaterals—that engage and educate key audiences, advance the company’s strategic priorities, and support the company’s growth.
Vice President, Communication
40.) Graphic Designer, Enviva, Bethesda, MD
41.) Internal Communications Associate I, Duquesne Light, Pittsburgh, PA
42.) Communications Specialist, American Physical Society, HR Strategy Group, LLC, College Park, MD
43.) Marketing Communications Executive – Products, The Woodland Trust, Lincolnshire, UK
44.) Strategic Communications Consultant, Zenetex LLC, Springfield, VA
45.) Technical Writer / Editor 4, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic (SPAWARSYSCEN Atlantic), ZENETEX, Charleston, SC
46.) Head of Communications, National Aids trust, London, UK
47.) State Communications Manager, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Washington, DC
48.) Consultancy: Executive Manager, Division of Communication, UNICEF, New York, NY
49.) Communication Specialist, P-3, UNICEF, Sana’a, Yemen
50.) Communication Specialist (Global and Digital Outreach), UNICEF, Niamey, Niger
51.) Communications & Brand Manager, National Dance Institute, New York, New York
52.) Internal Communications Specialist, Cobham, Crystal City, VA
53.) Executive – Media Communications, Corporate, Portland Communications, London, UK
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
54.) Director of Marketing and Communications, Laurel Springs School, NOBEL LEARNING COMMUNITIES INC., West Chester, PA
55.) Manager Marketing & Communications, Crown Castle, King of Prussia, PA
56.) Adoption & Communications Manager, Vitalyst, Bala Cynwyd, PA
57.) Communications Specialist, China Telecom Americas Corporation, Herndon, VA
58.) Scientific Editor, Materials, Elsevier, Cambridge, MA
59.) Senior Publisher / Publisher, Energy & Earth Sciences Journal, Elsevier, Cambridge, MA
*** From Mac’s List:
60.) Director Of Membership and Outreach, Oregon Golf Association, Woodburn, Oregon
61.) Communications Manager, FACT Oregon, Portland, Oregon
62.) Communication & Community Engagement Coordinator, Mount St. Helens Institute, Amboy, Washington
*** From Andrew Hudson’s Jobs List:
63.) Digital Communications Specialist, Denver Public Schools, Denver, Colorado,
64.) Executive Communications Specialist, Lockheed Martin Littleton, Colorado
65.) Community Relations and Marketing Manager, High Plains Library District, Greeley, Colorado
*** From Carrie Johnson:
Would you please include this job opening in a future issue of JOTW? Thank you!
Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U)
66.) Vice President for Communications and Public Affairs, Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), Washington, DC
The Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) is seeking a Vice President for Communications and Public Affairs. The position is located at AAC&U’s headquarters at 1818 R Street, NW in Washington, DC.
Please submit a resume (with contact information for three references) and a cover letter as a single PDF file, as well as salary requirements, to email@example.com. Your application should describe relevant work and educational experiences and include a brief statement regarding what you see as higher education’s greatest challenges today. Review of applications will begin on Tuesday, February 12, 2019.
More information about this job opening is online here:
67.) Corporate Communications Manager – Spanish office of an iconic global brand, Fabric, Madrid, Spain
68.) Communications Associate, Center for Urban Community Services, New York, New York
69.) Media & Communications Director, The Sikh Coalition, New York, NY
70.) Corporate Communications, ALQIMI, Springfield, VA
71.) Deputy Editor, The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, London, United Kingdom
72.) Senior Science Writer & Communications Officer, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California
73.) Communications Specialist, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California
74.) Communications Associate, Washington Conservation Voters (WCV), Washington Environmental Council (WEC), Seattle, WA
75.) Associate Director, Communications, Wave Life Sciences, Cambridge, MA
76.) Manager/ Senior Manager, Medical Communications, Wave Life Sciences, Lexington, MA
77.) Head of Investor Relations Wave Life Sciences, Cambridge, MA
78.) IT Marketing & Communications Summer Intern, The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME
79.) Press Assistant, House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs Majority Staff, Washington, DC
80.) Communication – Chair of the Department of Communication, College of Fine & Applied Arts, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
81.) Director of Network & Contract Communications TJU Hospitals, Inc., Center City, Philadelphia, PA
82.) Director of Network & Contract Communications, Jefferson Health, Philadelphia, PA
83.) Social Media Specialist, NSM Insurance Group, Conshohocken, PA
84.) Director of Communications, Global Witness, London, UK
*** This week’s alternative job selections:
85.) Park Ranger Mounted Unit Internship, Massachusetts Park Ranger Mounted Unit, Department of Conservation and Recreation, Milton, Mass.
86.) Nuclear Command, Control, and Communications (NC3) Communication Architectures, The Aerospace Corporation, Hanscom Air Force Base, MA
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
012-19 19.01.2019: 2240 UTC: Posn: 05:12.4N – 004:02.8W, Abidjan Anchorage, Ivory Coast.
Two robbers armed with long knives boarded an anchored product tanker. Duty OS on routine rounds noticed a ladder hooked to the ship’s rail and two robbers near the poop deck winch. OOW notified and alarm raised. Master directed the searchlight towards the poop deck resulting in the robbers escaping with stolen ship’s stores.
011-19 25.01.2019: 1530 UTC: Posn: 03:02N – 006:05E, Around 76 NM SSW of Brass, Nigeria.
Around seven to eight armed pirates in a skiff chased, fired upon and tried to board a tanker underway. General alarm raised, non-essential crews mustered in the citadel and Master commenced evasive manoeuvres. Due to the hardening measures, the pirates moved away. Vessel and crews reported safe.
010-19 24.01.2019: 1935 UTC: Posn: 03:43N – 006:10E, Around 35NM South of Brass, Nigeria.
A product tanker was fired upon while underway. General alarm raised, non-essential crews mustered in citadel and vessel conduct evasive manoeuvres. Due to the hardening measures, the pirates moved away. Incident reported to the Nigerian Navy.
009-19 25.01.2019: 0015 UTC: Posn: 03:32.8N – 006:11.6E, Around 45nm South of Brass, Nigeria.
Around five to seven armed pirates in a skiff chased and fired upon a bulk carrier underway. General alarm raised, deck lights switched on, speed increased and crew mustered in citadel. Armed guards onboard the vessel managed to repel the attempted attack.
*** Ball cap of the week: ACF Fiorentina
*** Coffee mug of the week: Marriott Residence Inn Kensington
*** Hockey-Shirt of the week: Team Canada
*** Musical guest artist of the week: Side Deal
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