10th National Summit on Strategic Communications
April 25-26, 2019 in Constitution Hall at American University in Washington, DC
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February 11, 2019
The Free Job of the Week Newsletter
This is JOTW newsletter number 1,789
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*** 10th National Summit on Strategic Communications
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
1.) Communications Manager, Reformulary Group, Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada
2.) Marketing and Communications Manager, di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art, Napa, California
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
3.) Intranet and Internal Communications Manager, Clarivate Analytics, Philadelphia, PA
4.) Social Media Management, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
5.) Medical Editor, Synchrony Group, West Chester, PA
6.) Hospital Communications & PR Director, Stone Springs Hospital Center, Dulles, VA
7.) Senior Communications Officer, Walton Family Foundation, Denver, CO
8.) Director – Communications & Public Affairs, United States Steel, Pittsburgh, PA
*** From Serena Gleklen:
Good morning Ned,
Will you please post the following DC job to your site? We’re based on 1411 K St NW.
Thank you! All the best,
Associate, Clyde Group
9.) Senior Associate, Clyde Group, Washington, DC
Clyde Group is seeking a rising star to join our growing communications agency. We are a group that is disrupting “business as usual” in communications through creative strategy and tactics focused entirely on results-driven client service. Our work deals with exciting national and state issues, including healthcare, education, agriculture, financial services, non-profits, civil rights and more. Our team is creative, ambitious, collaborative, competitive, demanding and highly rewarded.
Our Senior Associates play a supporting role on 3 to 5 client accounts, helping to identify new tactics, grow client relationships, place media stories, conduct research, track client successes and participate in the business development process. In this role, you will be given accelerated career opportunities, invited to participate in client relationships, write high-profile content and be an important part in every client team.
10.) Graphic Design Manager, Cushman & Wakefield Inc., Washington, DC
11.) Communications Director, University of Iowa Health Care, Iowa City, Iowa
12.) Communications and Outreach Officer, International Legal Foundation, New York, New York
13.) Director, Employee Communications, Comcast, Lynnwood, WA
14.) Communications Specialist, Pabst Brewing Company, Los Angeles, California
*** From Jennifer Koch:
I’d like to request a job listing for your next weekly newsletter. Please let me know if you need any other information.
Human Resources Generalist
Crowell & Moring LLP
15.) Content Writer, Crowell & Moring LLP, Washington, DC
The Content Writer (a manager-level position) plays an integral role in content generation for the firm’s marketing efforts as a writer, editor, and content strategist. This position reports to the Director, Media, PR & Communications and works closely with the broader Marketing & Communications team to write, edit, and most effectively leverage enterprise-wide content efforts – including print, web, social media, e-communications, and select business development content. The Content Writer plays an important role in creating external and internal messaging that effectively engages stakeholders and supports the firm’s reputation management efforts. The role is responsible for the creation of a content strategy to brand the firm in a competitive digital marketplace. An ability to produce engaging content across web, print, and other platforms is crucial for success.
The position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations, English, Marketing, Journalism, or Communications plus at least seven (7) years of applicable experience. Law firm media/relations/marketing environment, PR agency, or media newsroom experience desired.
To apply, please visit https://www.crowell.com/careers.
*** From Sarah Potter, APR:
Here’s a great job for you to post! We are hiring here at Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) in Rolla, Missouri. We need a strong science and technology writer and a strategic communicator for our Senior Strategic Communications Consultant position.
Sarah Potter, APR
Director of Strategic Communications
Marketing and Communications
16.) Senior Strategic Communications Consultant, Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T), Rolla, Missouri
17.) Manager, Communications – Content & Editorial Strategy (WDW), Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products, Disney, Lake Buena Vista, FL
18.) Executive Assistant-Publicity & Communications, Lucasfilm, Disney, San Francisco, CA
19.) PR Communications Coordinator, Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products, Disney, Burbank, CA
20.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, Pentagon Federal Credit Union, McLean, VA
*** Sue Klima:
21.) Senior Writer/Content Specialist, Military Health System, Akoya, Church, VA
Akoya, a small, woman-owned communications firm, is currently seeking a Senior Writer/Content Specialist to support the Military Healthcare Strategic Communications office in Falls Church, VA.
Successful candidate will:
- Plan and produce content related to the Military Health System and its activities for both internal and external audiences.
- Interview subjects and write articles, blogs, and Military Health System-related information for all appropriate distribution channels.
- Work closely with subject matter experts at DoD to ensure content accuracy and consistency of messaging across program offices.
- Undergo a thorough review of all written content by multiple editors and revise as necessary to achieve final drafts.
- Take photos at events as needed.
- Maintain and update (weekly) a roster of story assignments and their status for the writing team.
- Track metrics for web hits and media placements for the team’s outputs.
- Bachelor’s degree in Communications or related field.
- Must be detail-oriented with strong interpersonal communication and organizational skills, and have the ability to coordinate, prioritize, and accomplish multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment.
- Familiarity with AP Style a plus.
- Must have the ability to travel to local DC events and provide coverage. Occasional travel to other U.S. cities may be required.
- A minimum of three to five years’ professional features writing experience is preferred.
- Health-care writing experience preferred.
Please submit resumes to: email@example.com. No phone calls accepted.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.
22.) Communications Specialist, Turner, Atlanta, GA
23.) Sr. Graphic Designer, Creative and Editorial Services, Arabella Advisors, Washington, DC
24.) Marketing, Program, and Administrative Coordinator, Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers, Basalt, Colorado
25.) Director of Strategic Communications, Western Municipal Water District, Riverside, CA
26.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Randstad USA, Bloomfield, CT
27.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Whole Foods Market, Thornton, CO,
28.) COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING MANAGER, Okla. Dept of Career and Technology Education, Stillwater, OK
29.) Public Affairs Specialist, Syncrude Canada Limited Ltd., Edmonton / Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada
30.) Director, External Communications, Realogy Operations LLC, Madison, NJ
31.) Communications & Development Manager/Director, Friends of Cedar Mesa, Bluff, Utah
32.) Public Relations/Communications Specialist, Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma, Tulsa, OK
33.) Vice President, Marketing Communications, Midwest Dairy Association, Saint Paul, MN
34.) Director of Communications, Alteristic, Springfield, VA
36.) Communications Specialist – Video, Oklahoma Bar Association, Oklahoma City, Okla.
37.) Project Coordinator – Marketing Communications, The Mom Project, Hapeville, GA
38.) Director, Communications, Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation, Stanford University, CA
39.) Public Relations Manager, City of Odessa, Odessa, TX
40.) Associate Research Fellow, Scientific Communications, Pfizer Inc., Pearl River, NY
41.) Associate Director, External Communications, UnitedHealth Group, Minnetonka, MN
42.) Communications Officer I, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
43.) COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER CVIOG, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
44.) Director of National Media Communications, Office of Public Affairs & Communications, University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM), Baltimore, Maryland
45.) Communications Director, Arts Council Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City, OK
46.) Global Corporate Communications Manager, Smiths Medical, Minneapolis, MN
47.) Communications & Brand Manager, National Dance Institute, New York, New York
48.) Director, Marketing Analytics (Media & Marketing Program Analytics), Whole Foods, Austin, Texas
49.) Consumer PR Analyst, Regional, Whole Foods, Austin, Texas
*** From John Skic:
Please consider including the National Press Secretary job position in the next weekly newsletter.
Director of Operations
Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee
50.) National Press Secretary, Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee, Washington, DC]
The Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee’s mission is to win Democratic majorities and build Democratic power in state legislatures.
In the 2018 cycle, Democrats flipped over 400 state legislative seats and gained eight new Democratic majorities. This is the most chambers flipped since the 2006 cycle, and the most seats flipped by Democrats in a generation. Nearly 1,250 of the Democrats elected to their state legislatures in 2018 were women, and more than 900 were candidates of color.
As the only organization exclusively committed to electing Democrats to state legislatures all over the country and winning Democratic control of chambers, the DLCC has been working with state legislative leaders for over two decades to invest strategically in state programs and build the Democratic Party from the ground up.
National Press Secretary
Be a part of the Strategic Communications & Digital team that is instrumental to DLCC taking back our state legislatures and—by winning crucial redistricting fights— remaking the U.S. Congress to re-enfranchise millions of voters and end the GOP-led gridlock that’s obstructing progress.
Our task is no less than to teach a generation of voters about the central role their state legislatures play in their day-to-day lives, and in the shaping of the country.
This position will report to the Strategic Communications & Digital Director and is based in Washington, DC.
The National Press Secretary is expected to model the values of the DLCC:
- Focus on Results
- Drive the DLCC’s position in the media as the leading actor in the state legislative space and help further promote the Executive Director’s brand as an expert and thought leader on state and local politics.
- Pitch the DLCC and its message to national, state, and regional news and media outlets, and build relationships to further those messages.
- Serve as an on the record spokesperson for the organization.
- Draft and edit external and internal communications, including but not limited to: press releases, talking points, memos, newsletters, op-eds, and public remarks for the Executive Director.
- Organize, prepare, and staff the Executive Director and other principals for interviews, press events, and speaking opportunities.
- Provide support to the Strategic Communications & Digital Director by assisting with messaging, strategy, and research (both long-term and rapid response).
- Coordinate closely with Digital staff to support the DLCC’s message online and help ensure the organization is executing a seamless and integrated cross-channel communications plan.
- Maintain and facilitate an open line of communication with other DLCC departments, as well as between the DLCC and partnered organizations, influencers, and state actors.
- Manage Press Assistant, work with relevant consultants, and oversee the Communications internship program.
- Create and maintain press lists.
- Perform other duties as needed.
- Increased recognition of the DLCC’s message, work, and impact through press, media, and communications outreach.
- Engaged new media opportunities that proliferate the successes and messaging of the organization.
- A more robust rapid response operation that will allow the DLCC to remain on top of the news cycle and respond to breaking news as it happens.
- DLCC staff and voices are aligned on messaging, talking points, and priorities.
- Management of communications requests from other DLCC departments and streamline coordination with other departments.
- A regularly updated website that highlights achievements by the DLCC, the DLCC Board, and state Democrats nationwide.
- Junior communications staff are efficiently managed and well mentored in career and skills development.
- 4-5 years of prior relevant experience (campaign experience is a plus, but not required).
- Excellent writing skills.
- The ability to work under tight deadlines and respond to rapid requests.
- The ability to translate complex topics and information into compelling messaging materials (ability to educate reporters about what we do, what a caucus is, why it’s important, etc.).
- A demonstrated ability to think creatively and out of the box (crucial for breaking through in the media by tying state legislative news to national news narrative).
- On the record experience and strong relationships with press.
- The capacity to take smart risks and an eagerness to work collaboratively with DLCC staff and state/organizational partners.
- Experience staffing a principal.
- Experience managing and developing junior staff.
The requirements, including but not limited to physical demands, described here are representative 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. All DLCC employees must be able to operate a computer and use a cell phone. Many roles at the DLCC include business travel expectations, and most roles also require communicating with key external stakeholders of the organization in person, via the telephone, or via email.
Essential functions of the role of National Press Secretary include:
- While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to communicate using the telephone, email, and in person with stakeholders.
- This position requires the employee to periodically travel across Washington, D.C. to attend events, meetings, and conferences offsite.
How to Apply:
Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications, within the approved salary band for this position. In addition, the DLCC offers a generous benefit package, including fully paid health/vision/dental insurance, an up to 6% retirement contribution, transit and FSA subsidies, and more.
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 15, 2019. Please reference “National Press Secretary” in the subject line. No calls please.
The DLCC is committed to diversity among its staff and recognizes that its continued success requires the highest commitment to obtaining and retaining a diverse staff that provides the best quality services to supporters and constituents. The DLCC is an equal opportunity employer and it is our policy to recruit, hire, train, promote and administer any and all personnel actions without regard to sex, race, age, color, creed, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, physical or mental disability, personal appearance, marital status, family responsibilities, genetic information, or any other legally protected basis. The DLCC will not tolerate any unlawful discrimination and any such conduct is strictly prohibited.
51.) Corporate Communications Associate, First Tech Federal Credit Union, Hillsboro, OR
52.) Vice President, Corporate Communications, Geisinger, Danville, VA
53.) Corporate Communications Mgr, Frontier Airlines, Inc., Denver, CO
54.) Communications Analyst, ConocoPhillips, Houston, TX
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
55.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Synovos, Radnor Township, PA
56.) Copywriter, Corcentric, Cherry Hill, NJ
57.) Vice President of Internal Communications, OneMain Financial, Wilmington, Delaware; Baltimore, Maryland; New York, New York
58.) Corporate Communications Content Specialist, Tech Data, Clearwater, FL
59.) Associate Corporate Public Relations Manager, Williams-Sonoma, Inc., San Francisco, CA
60.) Director, Brand Communications, PMK*BNC, New York NY
61.) Marketing Communications Specialist, SS&C Technologies Inc., Evansville, IN
62.) Communications Specialist, Boeing Company, Chicago Illinois
63.) Communications Specialist, Boeing Company, Seal Beach California
64.) Communications Specialist, Boeing Company, Arlington, VA
65.) Publicist – Arena Ice Show / Attaché de presse – Spectacle sur glace en aréna (Contract of approximately 2 years), EN TOURNÉE | ON TOUR, Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group, Montréal
66.) VP Communications (Sphere), MSG Sports & Entertainment, LLC, New York City, NY
67.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Versant Health, Linthicum Heights, MD
68.) Corporate Communications Manager, Keurig Dr Pepper, Plano, TX
69.) Senior Public Relations Manager, PlayStation, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Sony Corporation,San Mateo, CA
70.) Investor Relations & Corporate Communications, Senior Manager, Array BioPharma, Boulder, CO
71.) Sr. Medical Writer / Manager, Medical Writing, Array BioPharma, Boulder, CO or Cambridge, MA
72.) Marketing Analysis Coordinator, Premier Rides, Baltimore, Maryland
73.) Marketing Coordinator, Premier Rides, Baltimore, Maryland
74.) Marketing Communications Manager, Coffey Communications, Walla Walla, WA
75.) Manager Public Relations I, Walden University, Columbia, MD
76.) Corporate Communications Manager, Scooter’s Coffee, San Francisco, CA
77.) Executive Communications Consultant, DuPont, Wilmington, DE
78.) Communications Program Manager, Science & Technology, DuPont, Wilmington, DE
79.) Marketing Communication Manager, DuPont, Wilmington, DE
80.) Public Relations Manager, Ducati North America, Mountain View, California
81.) Associate Director Medical Communications, Immunoscience, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Princeton, NJ
82.) LifeLine Communications Specialist, Lifeline Gasoline Alley, Indianapolis, IN
83.) Coordinator, Baseball Communications, Oakland Athletics, Oakland, CA
84.) Corporate Communications Manager, USA Swimming, Colorado Spring, NM
85.) Senior Editor – South Carolina Living, The Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina INC., Cayce, South Carolina
86.) Internal Communications Specialist, Honeywell, Fort Mill, SC
87.) Information & Communications Specialist II, State of North Carolina, Wake County, NC
88.) Marketing Communications Associate, Grand Teton Music Festival, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
89.) Manager of Media and Communications, Blue Ridge Mountain EMC, Young Harris, Georgia
90.) Communications Associate, James Bell Associates, Arlington County, VA
91.) Communications Director, Game and Fish Department, State of Wyoming A&I, Cheyenne, WY
92.) Marketing Communications Specialist, TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, YARMOUTH, MAINE
93.) Corporate Communications Creative, Principal Associate, Capital One, McLean, VA
94.) People Communications Manager – Internal Communications Manager, Nestle USA, Arlington, VA
95.) BRAND STRATEGY MARKETING MANAGER- COMMUNICATIONS, Nestle USA, Solon, OH
96.) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST- VETERINARY NUTRITIONIST, Nestle Purina PetCare Company, Saint Louis, MO
97.) Manager, Marketing and Communications, Habersham EMC, Clarkesville, Georgia
98.) Associate Director, Advancement Communications, Bates College, Lewiston, ME
99.) Sr. Internal Communication Associate, Capital One, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
100.) Medical Affairs, Scientific Communications Intern, Pharmacyclics, LLC, Sunnyvale, CA
101.) Communications Specialist, American Society of Hematology, Washington, DC
102.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Sonic Internet + Phone, Santa Rosa, CA
103.) Green River Communications & Social Media Public Outreach, City of Green River, AmeriCorps, Green River, WY
104.) Digital Communications Specialist, MEMIC, Portland, ME
105.) Communications Engineer, Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, Inc., Waco, Texas
106.) Internal Communications Advisor, Shell, New Orleans, LA
107.) Brand, Comms and Insights Specialist, Shell, Karachi, Pakistan
108.) Communications and Business Support, Shell, London, UK
109.) Director of Marketing & Communications, Maine Media Workshops, Rockport, ME
110.) Communications Specialist, Navopache Electric Cooperative, Inc., Lakeside, Arizona
111.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Ho-Chunk, Alexandria, VA
112.) COMMUNITY RELATIONS COORDINATOR, Hunger Intervention Program, Seattle, WA
113.) Labor Communications Coordinator, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI
114.) Labor Communications Coordinator, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI
115.) North America Digital Communications Manager, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI
116.) Manager of Internal Communications, General Dynamics Mission Systems, Fairfax, VA
117.) Communications and Outreach Director, Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners, Unity, ME
*** This week’s alternative job selections:
118.) Mascot Performer, Cleveland Indians/Cincinnati Reds Spring Training, Goodyear, AZ
119.) CHEESEMAKING & AGING APPRENTICE, Jasper Hill, Greensboro, VT
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
013-19 29.01.2019: 1655 UTC: Posn: 38:52.8N – 119:11.8E, Jingtang Anchorage, China.
Duty crew onboard an anchored ore carrier noticed an unlit barge alongside and raised the alarm. Two robbers wearing masks were seen lowering hoses and escaping from the quarter deck. On searching the ship, oil stains were noticed near the MDO tank sounding pipe. All tanks were sounded. Nothing reported stolen. VTS informed.
*** Ball cap of the week: US Lacrosse
*** Coffee mug of the week: Army Broadcasting Service
*** T-Shirt of the week: ArrowTour Northeast
*** Musical guest artist of the week: Pussy Riot
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