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March 11, 2019
The Free Job of the Week Newsletter
This is JOTW newsletter number 1,793
“The world of reality has its limits; the world of imagination is boundless.”
– Jean-Jacques Rousseau
This edition of JOTW comes to you from Springfield, Virginia.
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*** 10th National Summit on Strategic Communications
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*** Ned’s upcoming travel, maybe, perhaps:
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Aug 21-23 San Diego, CA
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Nov 25-27 Kuwait City, Kuwait
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
1.) Marketing Communications Coordinator, Gyrodata Incorporated, Houston
2.) Intern – Corporate Communications (Summer 2019), United Airlines Inc., Chicago, IL
3.) Director, Communications, Honolulu Museum of Art, Honolulu, HI
4.) Marketing Communications Manager, General Mills, Minneapolis, MN
*** From Sue Bumpous:
5.) Director of Member Learning and Education, Solid Waste Association of North America, Silver Spring, Maryland
6.) Communications Leader, Americas Region, SABIC, Houston, TX
7.) Senior Communications Associate, Eastern Bank, Boston, MA
8.) Account Supervisor, Public Relations, ReviveHeath, Weber Shandwick, Nashville, Tennessee-
9.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, Weber Shandwick, Shanghai, China
10.) Manager, Client Experience, Weber Shandwick, Boston, Mass.
11.) Senior Manager/Associate Director Corporate Communications PR, ProClinical, Princeton, NJ
12.) Associate, Corporate Communications, Dimensional Fund Advisors, Austin, TX
13.) ACCOUNT MANAGER / SENIOR ACCOUNT MANAGER, Bangkok, Thailand
14.) Director, Internal Communications, NPR, Washington D.C
15.) CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Envision Physician Services, Plantation, FL
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
16.) Senior Communications Specialist / Manager, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania
17.) Medical Editor, Synchrony Group, West Chester, PA
18.) Intranet and Internal Communications Manager, Clarivate Analytics, Philadelphia, PA
19.) Communications Officer, Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, New York, New York
20.) Administrative Assistant – Corporate Communications, Whataburger, San Antonio, TX
21.) VICE PRESIDENT OF STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS, The Chicago Community Trust, Chicago, IL
*** From Erika Olson:
22.) Administrative Support Specialist, Freestone Environmental, Silver Spring, MD
23.) Manager, Communications,Cheniere Energy, Inc., Hill+Knowlton Strategies, Houston, TX
24.) Communications Specialist (Contractor), Insitu, Bingen, WA
25.) Director, Content Marketing and Communications, United Way Bay Area, San Francisco, California
26.) Communications Manager, Subway, Milford, CT
*** From Kaitlyn Goforth:
Hi Ned, would you mind including this in your latest post? We haven’t hired anyone yet.
27.) Managing Associate, Digital, CLS Strategies, Washington, D.C
CLS Strategies is seeking a managing associate in our digital department to plan and oversee online initiatives with the goal of shifting public opinion, building coalitions, and influencing legislative policy. The position requires a comprehensive understanding of the digital ecosystem, which includes online advertising, social media campaigns, audience identification and targeting. Applicants should have experience clearly communicating to clients the strategy, management and performance of online campaigns, and how these efforts fit within the client’s overall communications strategy. This job is located in Washington, D.C.
The successful applicant will be asked to:
- Develop, execute, and analyze digital strategies on behalf of clients. Also, provide strategic counsel on what will work best, and for which audiences.
- Manage in-house digital advertising (Display, Facebook, Twitter, AdWords, etc), and work with vendors for select large-scale campaigns.
- Research and define digital audience targeting tactics that will help move the needle on client issues.
- Serve as the point-person on design and web production projects, managing vendors and designers, meeting deadlines, and at times producing content using Adobe Creative Suite products.
- Analyze and report on campaign performance from display, SEM, and social media promotion platforms, and convey results in a meaningful and clear manner to clients.
- Lead occasional digital fluency efforts within the firm, specifically when it comes to new technology that can benefit clients.
We’re looking for creative, self-motivated digital professionals for who have:
- At least 5 years of experience working with digital teams on political or issue-advocacy campaigns, or on behalf of trade associations or corporations within an agency setting.
- Experience creating and managing online advertising campaigns, including an understanding of display and social media advertising capabilities and limitations.
- An eye for design and experience developing digital creative content that connects with audiences. Proficiency in the Adobe products is a must.
- Experience with digital analytics and reporting tools.
If you are interested in joining an agency so that you can have a chance to work across multiple issues and different types of clients, we’re interested in meeting you!
CLS Strategies offers a competitive salary that is commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
- 401(k) plan with employer match
- Employer-subsidized medical/dental insurance
- Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
- Optional Life and AD&D Benefits
- Paid vacation and sick time
- Paid holidays
- Employee stock purchase plan
- Gym membership
- And much more
To apply, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Digital MA” in the subject line.
28.) Director, Communications & Media Relations, TEGNA, McLean, VA
29.) Communications Associate, The Climate Leadership Council, Washington, DC
30.) Chief Communications Officer, Converse College, Spartanburg, South Carolina
*** From Helia Bidad:
31.) Communications Associate, Energy Efficiency Policy – CLASP – Washington, DC
32.) Marketing Communications Manager, Weatherford International Ltd, Houston, TX
33.) Communications Advisor, Southwestern Energy, Spring, TX
34.) Director of Communications, National Pork Producers Council, Washington, DC
35.) Communications Manager, AkzoNobel Inc., Nashville, TN
36.) Manager – Communications, Gap, San Francisco, CA
37.) Intern: Corporate Communications (Year-Long), Central Football Franchise, Houston, TX
38.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Sirius Computer Solutions, San Antonio, TX
39.) Mgr-Communications & Engagement, ExpressJet Airlines, Houston, TX
40.) Senior Public Relations Manager, Smithfield Foods, Smithfield, VA
41.) Director of Communications, KIPP Foundation, New Orleans, LA
42.) Director Of Communications, Central Pennsylvania Convention and Visitors Bureau, State College, Pennsylvania
*** From Kristin Lawton:
43.) Senior Communications Associate, Prosperity Now, Washington, DC. Apply at https://www.prosperitynow.org/careers?gnk=job&gni=8a78859f690e1f150169111dd5ce7866
44.) Communications Coordinator, Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, Houston, TX
45.) Corporate Communications and Marketing Specialist, Tulk LLC, Springfield, VA
46.) Corporate Communications Intern, Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Houston, Texas
47.) MARKETING, COMMUNICATIONS & PR SPEC, SR, Duke University and Duke University Health System, Durham, NC
48.) Communications Specialist, Nesco Resource, Corning, NY
49.) Corporate Technology Communications Specialist, Public Consulting Group, Austin, TX
50.) Sr Marketing and Communication Specialist, SmithBucklin, Washington, DC
51.) Content Specialist, SmithBucklin, Chicago, IL
52.) Marketing and Communications Specialist, SmithBucklin, Chicago, IL
53.) Internal Communications Director / PR Specialist 5, Oracle, Bridgewater, NJ 08807
54.) Marketing Associate: Corporate Communications, Pinnacle AIS, Pasadena, TX
55.) Director Communications / Media, TRB, The National Academies13 reviews, Washington, DC
56.) Compliance Director – Customer Experience and Communications, MassMutual918 reviews, Springfield, MA
57.) Vice President for Communications, Washington Office on Latin America, Washington, DC
58.) Media & Communications Director, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Burbank, CA
59.) Communication Consultant, Value Added Services, Willis Towers Watson, Atlanta, GA
60.) Associate Director – Communications and Change Management, Willis Towers Watson, London, UK
61.) Director of Communications and Change Management, Willis Towers Watson, Houston, Texas
62.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Sirius Computer Solutions, San Antonio, TX
63.) Manager Communication & Community Relations, NiSource, Brockton, MA
64.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Trussway, Houston, TX
65.) Senior Communications Specialist, Texas Children’s Hospital, , Houston, Texas
66.) Director, Internal Communications, Liberty Mutual, Boston, MA
67.) Sr. Consultant, Internal Communications, Liberty Mutual, Boston, MA
68.) Engagement Lead-Communications Consulting, Broadridge, Washington, DC
69.) Communications Manager, Shepley Bulfinch Richardson & Abbott, Boston, MA
70.) Sr. Content Writing Specialist, Broadridge, Newark, NJ
71.) Sr. Content Writing Specialist, Broadridge, Boston, MA
72.) Communications Consultant, Hallmark, Kansas City, MO
73.) Communications Specialist Hallmark, Kansas City, MO
74.) Manager, Employee Engagement and Communications, Beacon Health Options, Boston, MA
75.) Vice President, Marketing & Communications, Beacon Health Options, Boston, MA
76.) Manager of Client & Member Communications, Beacon Health Options, Boston, MA
*** This week’s alternative job selection
77.) Tasting Room Associate, Fieldstone Winery & Hard Cider Co., Rochester, MI
78.) Barback, The Irish Lion Restaurant and Pub, Bloomington, IN
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
025-19 02.03.2019: 1225 UTC: Posn: 04:30.57N – 003:14.30E, Around 113nm South of Lagos, Nigeria.
Armed pirates in a speed boat approached and boarded a tanker underway. Alarm raised and all crew mustered in the citadel. Upon receiving information on the incident, the IMB Piracy Reporting Centre (PRC) immediately informed the Nigerian Authorities. A naval patrol boat was dispatched to assist the tanker. The IMB PRC continued to liaise with the Authorities and the Owners until the naval team boarded the tanker and confirmed all crew safe. The tanker later resumed her intended passage to the next port.
024-19 23.02.2019: 0400 UTC: Posn: 04:54.6N – 001:40.2W, Takoradi Anchorage, Ghana.
Unnoticed, robbers boarded an anchored cargo vessel. They stole ship’s stores and escaped. Incident reported to local Authorities.
*** Ball cap of the week: Safe Boats
*** Coffee mug of the week: Moody Gardens Resort
*** T-Shirt of the week: Maersk Lines Limited
*** Musical guest artist of the week: Clancy Brother and Tommy Makem
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