10th National Summit on Strategic Communications
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April 8, 2019
The Free Job of the Week Newsletter
This is JOTW newsletter number 1,797
“Little minds are tamed and subdued by misfortune; but great minds rise above them.”
– Washington Irving
This edition of JOTW comes to you from Springfield, Virginia.
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*** 10th National Summit on Strategic Communications
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
1.) Director, Global Public Affairs and Corporate Operations, Incyte, Wilmington, DE
2.) Sr. Corporate Communications Specialist, Airgas, an Air Liquide company, Radnor, PA
3.) Corporate Communications Manager, Airgas, an Air Liquide company, Radnor, PA
4.) Global Marketing Communication Specialist, Agilent, Santa Clara, CA,
5.) Corporate Communications/ PR Manager, StayWell Company, LLC, Anywhere, USA
6.) Digital Media Associate, Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc. (POAH), Boston, MA
*** From Mindy Bennett:
Tim Boulay provide your contact information and JOTW website. I am currently recruiting for a Mass Communications Specialist at NAS Patuxent River in support of PMA-261. I would really appreciate any and all distribution of the job posting below. Thank you so much.
Bowhead Science & Technology, LLC
9.) Mass Communications Specialist, Bowhead Professional Solutions, LLC, NAS Patuxent River, MD
Bowhead Professional Solutions seeks a Mass Communications Specialist experienced in internal and external communications to join our team in making a difference by supporting PMA-261 H-53 Heavy Lift Helicopters Program Office at NAS Patuxent River, MD.
The Mass Communications Specialist is responsible for:
Preparing written materials for proactive release externally to attract print, broadcast, and social media coverage and internally to educate, inform, and motivate the workforce. Materials integrate broad themes from the Secretary of the Navy, Chief of Naval Operations, Commandant of the Marine Corps, Chief of Information, NAVAIR, and other interested commands.
Plan, execute, and update internal and external communications plans with national, international, political, and budgetary impacts. Create and edit news releases, fact sheets, talking points and other material to stimulate internal and external interest in command accomplishments and enhance understanding of the command, its workforce, mission, and contribution to the national defense.
Identify opportunities for the creation of compelling photographs and video footage, coordinating closely with the VI organization to create, storyboard, and script products as needed.
Prepare speeches and presentations for senior command leaders and advise on delivery.
Advises senior leadership on likely communications implications of command endeavors. Ensure advance preparation of senior management and technical personnel who participate in media interviews and public and contractor presentations. Monitor leadership engagements with internal and external groups, especially media, and reviews their results. Assess media, Congressional, and public attitudes toward the command, and incorporate the knowledge into outgoing messages, responses, and communications products.
Develop and deliver communications recommendations based on analysis of public feedback, policy statements, and guidance material, even when the recommendations may be difficult for leadership to hear.
Assist with assessment of suitability, probable impact of, and coordinates approval of, all materials prepared by contractor and Government personnel intended for public release. These include marketing brochures, posters, videos, technical presentations, advertising copy, social media posts, and similar materials. Record required information on deliverables in various management databases on regular basis, but at least weekly. Extract pertinent news clips from internal and external sources and disseminate to appropriate personnel.
Coordinate communications matters with senior military and civilian leadership and the communications teams across NAWCAD, NAVAIR, and with federal government PAOs outside of NAVAIR as appropriate. Facilitate corporate communications team meeting command communications objectives by attending relevant meetings, making recommendations, and forming communication strategies and plans as required.
Education: BS or BA degree in communication, journalism, or a related writing-intensive field.
Experience: At least five (5) years of experience. Solid command of writing stories, captions and other products in Associated Press style required.
- Creating and executing internal or externally-focused mass communications plans required.
- Must be able to work autonomously, be deadline driven and exceptionally organized
- Proficient in working in Windows, Microsoft Office, and SharePoint.
- Prior Navy or DOD experience preferred.
To Apply: MASS COMM SPECIALIST PMA-261
Hiring manager: Mindy Bennett, 301-866-6745 email@example.com
10.) COMMUNICATION AND OUTREACH COORDINATOR, American Cleaning Institute, Washington, DC
11.) Senior Director, Freshwater & Food Communications, WWF, Washington, DC
12.) Brand Communications Specialist, photography and printed communication materials, Maserati, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), Modena, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
13.) Estagiário de Comunicação Corporativa, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), Nova Lima, Minas Gerais, Brazil
14.) Corporate Communications Manager, Consolidated Communications, Mankato, MN
15.) Communications Associate Manager, Procter & Gamble, Mumbai, India
16.) MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP IN CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS Procter & Gamble, São Paulo city, Brazil
17.) Associate Personal Care Brand Communications Manager, Procter & Gamble, Cincinatti, Ohio
18.) Senior Account Executive – Consumer PR, kglobal, Washington, D.C.
19.) Director of Communications and Public Affairs, Maine Community College System, Portland, ME
20.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, The Home Depot, Atlanta, GA
22.) Corporate Communications Specialist, ArcBest, Fort Smith, AR
23.) Senior Manager Corporate Communications, ArcBest, Fort Smith, AR
24.) Sustainability and Public Affairs Associate, Summit Natural Gas of Maine Inc., Yarmouth, ME
25.) Sr. Communications Specialist USA/CAN, Nemak, Southfield, MI
26.) Career Opportunities: Communications Intern, Nemak, Monterrey, Mexico
27.) Marketing and Communications Specialist, Antroya Global Solutions LLC, Clarendon, AR
28.) Communications Specialist – Experienced Associate, Guidehouse5, Washington, DC
29.) Director of Communications and Public Affairs, Memorial Hospital, North Conway, NH
30.) Corporate Communications Manager, Diplomat Flint, MI
31.) Sr Communications/Marketing Specialist, Children’s Minnesota, Edina, MN
32.) Communications Specialist, SUEZ North America, Haworth, New Jersey
33.) Summer Intern, Communications, SUEZ North America, Haworth, New Jersey
34.) Director Internal/Corporate Communications- Accelerated Enrollment Solutions (AES), Pharmaceutical Product Development (PPD), Horsham, PA
35.) Associate Director of Marketing and Communication, Center for Youth Wellness, San Francisco, CA
36.) Director Corporate Communications, du, Dubai, UAE
37.) Communications Coordinator, University of California Office of the President – Oakland, CA
38.) Communications Intern, Cleveland Sportservice, Progressive Field, Delaware North, Cleveland, OH,
39.) Content Writer, New Era Field, Delaware North, Orchard Park, NY
40.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Delaware North, Buffalo, NY
41.) Digital marketing Time and Materail – Senior Associate – Brand, Marketing and Communications, EY, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
42.) Oceania Operations Manager, Brand, Marketing and Communications, EY, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
43.) Global Communications and Engagement Project Manager, EY, Wrocław, Poland
44.) Director, US Communications & Public Affairs, Hikma Pharmaceuticals, Eatontown, NJ
45.) Media – PR Manager, Vegberry, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
46.) PR and Corporate Communications Manager, Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC), Dubai, UAE
47.) Corporate Director/VP – Public Relations & Communications, Specialty Graphic Imaging Association, Fairfax, VA
48.) Communications Assistant with Secret clearance, IMG Information Management Group, Inc., Dahlgren, VA
49.) Director, External Communications, Realogy Holdings Corp., Madison, NJ
50.) Marketing Strategy Specialist 3 (Communications Strategist), Penn State University, University Park, PA
51.) PART-TIME COMMUNICATIONS INSTRUCTOR, Penn State Brandywine, Media, PA,
52.) CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER AND ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION, Smeal College of Business, Penn State University, University Park, PA
53.) Public Relations & Communications Manager, Xenith, Detroit, MI
54.) INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Cyient, Hyderabad, India
55.) Vice President of Communications, Tinder, Inc., West Hollywood, CA
56.) Corporate Communications Specialist, SRC, Syracuse, NY
57.) Corporate Communications Associate I, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
58.) COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE – EVENT PROMOTION, LOU RUVO CENTER FOR BRAIN HEALTH, Cleveland Clinic, LAS VEGAS, NV
59.) Communications Manager, Philanthropy Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Beachwood, OH
60.) Corporate Communications Manager, Grifols, Durham, NC
61.) Writer – Internal Communications, McKinsey & Company, Atlanta, GA
62.) Fellow Business Analyst – Marketing and Social Communication, McKinsey & Company, Sao Paulo, Brazil
63.) Coordinator – External Relations, McKinsey & Company, London, UK
64.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Muncie Power Products, Muncie, IN
65.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Lexipol, Frisco, TX
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
66.) Corporate Communications Manager, GeoBlue, King of Prussia, PA
67.) Vice President, Marketing & Communications, Penn Mutual, Horsham, PA
68.) Global Marketing Communication Specialist, Agilent, Wilmington, DE
69.) Vice President, Film Marketing, Warner Bros. Entertainment, Burbank, CA
*** This week’s alternative job selection
None this week.
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
038-19 30.03.2019: 1910 UTC: Posn : 03:53N – 009:30E, Around 15nm SW Of Douala, Cameroon.
Armed persons boarded an anchored ship. They kidnapped four crew members and escaped. The remaining crew sailed the ship to Douala port. Investigation are ongoing.
037-19 29.03.2019: 0236 UTC: Posn: 04:52.86N – 001:41.42W, Takoradi Anchorage, Ghana.
OOW onboard an anchored product tanker noticed the paint room door was open and spotted robbers on the forecastle. He immediately directed the search light towards the robbers and sounded the ship’s horn. Seeing the alerted crew, the robbers escaped with stolen ship’s stores. Takoradi Port Control informed and the Takoradi Marine Police boarded the ship for investigation.
036-19 26.03.2019: 2030 UTC: Posn: 14:33.3N – 120:54.1E, Manila South Quarantine Anchorage, Philippines.
Unnoticed, robbers boarded an anchored container ship and escaped with ship’s properties. The theft was noticed by duty watchman during routine rounds. It was reported that the razor wire installed at the hawse pipe was removed, footprints were found on the deck and the bosun store was broken into. VTMS Manila and local agent informed. Coast Guard boarded the ship for investigation.
035-19 28.03.2019: 0410 UTC: Posn: 10:11.4N – 064:52.1W, Jose Terminal Anchorage, Venezuela.
Five robbers armed with knives and a pipe wrench boarded an anchored tanker. They tied up the aft watch keeper and broke into the paint store. Alarm raised and crew mustered. Hearing the alerted crew, the robbers escaped with stolen ship’s stores.
*** Ball cap of the week: Bangladesh Navy
*** Coffee mug of the week: Maine Puffins
*** T-Shirt of the week: Ranier Beer
*** Musical guest artist of the week: The Cowsills
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