10th National Summit on Strategic Communications
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March 18, 2019
The Free Job of the Week Newsletter
This is JOTW newsletter number 1,794
“A good commander is benevolent and unconcerned with fame.”
– Sun Tzu
This edition of JOTW comes to you from Springfield, Virginia.
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
1.) Marketing and Communications Associate, Special K Ranch, Billings, Montana
2.) Director of Marketing & Communications, Global Cold Chain Alliance, Arlington, VA
3.) Communications Manager, Bluegrass Care Navigators, Lexington, KY
4.) Manager, Product Communications, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Tarrytown, NY
5.) Manager of Donor Communications, Oceana, Inc., Washington, DC
6.) Public Affairs Specialist, Veterans Health Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs, Hampton, Virginia
*** From Andrew Hudson’s Jobs List:
7.) Communications Coordinator, Colorado Ski Country USA, Denver, Colorado,
8.) Communications Coordinator, Hispanics Enjoying Camping, Hunting, and the Outdoors (HECHO), Denver, Colorado
9.) Senior Director Corporate Communications, CoorsTek Golden, Colorado
10.) Media Associate, Rights and Inclusion Collaborative, ReThink Media, Washington, DC
11.) Director, Corporate Communications, Maritz Inc., Fenton, MO
12.) Digital Media Associate, Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc. (POAH), Boston, MA
*** From Mac’s List:
13.) ACCOUNT COORDINATOR, Liaison PR, Portland, Oregon
14.) Fund Development and Communication Director, Portland African American Leadership Forum, Portland, Oregon
15.) Director of External Affairs, L’Arche USA, Portland, Oregon
16.) Director of Communications, American University of Iraq Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
17.) Public Relations Manager, J.Crew, Long Island City, NY
18.) Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist, GS-1035-14, Census-MP-KBL, U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Commerce, Suitland, Maryland
19.) Vice President of Communications and Marketing, American Academy of Ophthalmology, San Francisco, California
20.) Comm. & Mktg. Officer, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, FL
21.) Internal Communications Advisor, Shell, New Orleans, LA
22.) External Relations Advisor – Downstream, Shell, Houston, TX
23.) External Relations Account Manager, Shell, Beijing, China
24.) Public Affairs Specialist, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Washington, DC
25.) Medical Affairs, Scientific Communications Intern, Pharmacyclics, LLC, Sunnyvale, CA
26.) Manager of Communications, Terminix, Memphis, TN
28.) Communications and Marketing Coordinator, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Alexandria, VA
29.) Director, Public Relations/Corporate Communications, Xilinx, San Jose, CA
30.) PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST, Defense Finance and Accounting Service, Department of Defense, Indianapolis, Indiana
31.) Communications Specialist, Citgo Petroleum Corporation, Houston, TX
32.) Director of Communications, Branding, and Marketing, National Center for Youth Law, Oakland, California
33.) HR Strategic Communication and Engagement Manager, UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA
34.) Public Affairs Specialist, U.S. Army Accession Command, Department of the Army, Richmond, Virginia
35.) Public Relations Coordinator – School of Public Health, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
36.) Corporate Communications Strategist, Publix, Lakeland, FL
37.) 2019 Summer Internship: Corporate Communications, Southern California Edison, Rosemead, CA
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
38.) Content Strategist, Cognizant Interactive, Malvern, PA
39.) Church Communications Coordinator, (Full Time), Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, Bryn Mawr, PA
Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church is seeking a full-time Assistant for Communications to provide a professional level of design, layout and editing assistance to the Director, Communications and Public Relations and to serve as a reliable and cordial source of information about the church to staff, congregation and community.
Design & Production
– Designs, produces and distributes printed materials including flyers, brochures, booklets, bulletins, posters, and cards;
– Edits and proofs all material that is publicized by BMPC;
– Organizes content schedules across departments to align with a church-wide communications strategy;
– Develops an expert-level understanding of the church branding and content guidelines
– Creates weekly digital newsletter;
– Updates the website, keeping content accurate, appropriate, and fresh in appearance;
– Develops BMPC’s social media strategy and manages posts on all social media accounts;
– Photographs events, and edits photographs and videos as assigned;
– Publishes the electronic version of all pastors’ sermons on website weekly.
Desired Skills Include:
– Mailchimp/ Constant Contact
– Joomla/ WordPress
- Bachelor’s degree in communications/related field or equivalent experience.
- Experience in graphic design, proofreading, social media management, photography.
- Ability to work flexible hours as needed.
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40.) Director of Content Marketing, Office of University Relations, Arcadia University, Glenside, PA
41.) Communications Officer, The NEA Foundation, Washington, DC
42.) Public Relations Manager, Kleidon & Associates, Akron, OH
*** From Claire H. Miller:
We’d like to run this position this coming Monday. Thanks!
American College of Radiology
43.) Director of Web Content Strategy, American College of Radiology, Reston, VA
*** From Laura Impellizzeri:
44.) Senior communications specialist, Career Ladders Project, Oakland, CA
45.) Corporate Communications Lead, Southern Company, Atlanta, GA
46.) EEP Marketing & Communications Specialist, Nicor, Southern Company, Naperville, Illinois
47.) Public Affairs Specialist, Headquarters, U.S. Army Materiel Command, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama
48.) Public Affairs & Strategic Communications (PASC) Director, Center for Popular Democracy, Washington, DC or New York, NY
49.) Communications Manager, Center for Popular Democracy, Washington, DC
50.) Director, Marketing Communications and Brand, Red Hat, Singapore
51.) PR and Communications Specialist, ANZ, Red Hat, North Sydney, Australia
52.) PR and Communications Manager, ASEAN, Red Hat, Singapore
53.) Communications Manager, Unlocking Potential Foundation, Alexandria, VA
54.) Director of Communications, Dell, Singapore
55.) Associate Director of Communications and Communities, Colorado State Forest Service, Fort Collins, CO
56.) Communications Consultant, Secular Coalition for America, Washington, DC
57.) Communications & Marketing Manager, Epic Brewing Company LLC, Denver, CO
58.) Sr. Communication Specialist, Medtronic, Taipei, Taiwan
59.) Events and Communications Coordinator, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, Wilmington, DE
60.) Creative Art Design and Communications Specialist, Maryland Environmental Service, Millersville, MD
61.) Head Of Marketing Communications, Arcadis, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
62.) APAC Communications Marketing Director, UPS, Singapore
63.) Communications Supervisor, UPS, Mississauga, Ontario
64.) Communications Specialist, UPS, Feltham, United Kingdom
65.) O&T Communications Manager (Operations & Technology), MasterCard, New York City, New York
66.) Senior Specialist , Marketing and Communication Taiwan, MasterCard, Taipei, Taiwan
67.) Director, Employee Engagement, Europe Communications (Maternity cover), MasterCard, London, United Kingdom
68.) Communications Manager, Tesco Stores (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
*** This week’s alternative job selection
69.) Lead Toddler Teacher, White Shield Center, Portland, Oregon
*** From Bridget Serchak:
70.) Rooms Division Manager, NF-04, Army Installation Management Command, Honolulu, HI
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
029-19 09.03.2019: 1115 UTC: Posn: 03:57.2N – 006:39.0E, Around 32nm SE of Brass, Nigeria.
Pirates armed with machine guns in two speed boats approached an offshore support vessel underway. The Captain immediately notified the naval escort security boat which maneuvered to engage the attackers. One speed boat closed in from port side of the vessel and crossed the bow, while the other speed boat exchanged fire with the security boat. Alarm raised, crew proceeded to the engine room and all power was shut down. The pirates boarded the vessel with the aid of an elongated ladder. They broke into the accommodation, vandalized the cabins and took crew belongings and vessel’s properties. The pirates then proceeded to the engine room, kidnapped five men and escaped. The remaining crews sailed the vessel under escort to a safe anchorage. One Nigerian Navy armed guard reported killed in the exchange of fire between the naval security boat and the pirates. Investigations ongoing.
028-19 25.02.2019: 1106 UTC: Posn: 03:43.1S – 114:26.3E, Taboneo Anchorage, Indonesia.
Duty watchman on routine rounds onboard an anchored bulk carrier noticed two robbers attempting to board via the anchor chain. He immediately informed the OOW who raised the alarm and crew mustered. Seeing the crew alertness, the robbers retreated into their waiting skiff and escaped. Incident reported to Taboneo Port Control.
027-19 10.03.2019: 0430 UTC: Posn: 00:03.5N – 050:57.8W, Macapa Anchorage, Brazil.
Two robbers armed with knives boarded an anchored bulk carrier by using a rope with a hook. Duty AB on routine rounds spotted the robbers and immediately informed the OOW, who raised the alarm. PA announcement made and all crew mustered. Seeing the alerted crew, the robbers escaped without stealing anything. Incident was reported to Port Authorities.
026-19 03.03.2019: 1940 UTC: Posn: 05:52N – 001:24E, Around 17nm SSE of Lome, Togo.
Armed pirates attack and boarded a product tanker underway. Alarm raised and crew mustered in the citadel. On taking the headcount, four crew were identified as missing. Upon receiving a MAYDAY message from the Master, the IMB Piracy Reporting Centre (PRC) immediately informed the Togo 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 patrol boat arrived at the location of the tanker and the crew emerged from the citadel. On searching the ship one crew was found hiding in a compartment. The tanker was escorted to Lome anchorage for further investigations. Three crew remain missing.
*** Ball cap of the week: Praha
*** Coffee mug of the week: Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA) 2017
*** T-Shirt of the week: Marquette Uniuversity NROTC
*** Musical guest artist of the week: Hal Blaine
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