10th National Summit on Strategic Communications
April 25-26, 2019 in Constitution Hall at American University in Washington, DC
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April 15, 2019
The Free Job of the Week Newsletter
This is JOTW newsletter number 1,798
Yes, there was an element of abstraction and unreality in misfortune. But when an abstraction starts to kill you, you have to get to work on it.
– Albert Camus
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*** 10th National Summit on Strategic Communications
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April 29-30 Abu Dhabi, UAE
May 8-15 Honolulu, Hawaii
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June 25-26 Lagos, Nigeria
Aug 5-7 Los Angeles, CA
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Sept 4-6 Copenhagen, Denmark
Nov 25-27 Kuwait City, Kuwait
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Your Very Next Step newsletter for March / April 2019
By Ned Lundquist
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
1.) Marketing Content/Communications Manager, Penn Color, Hatfield, PA
2.) Public Relations Manager, Nutrisystem, Fort Washington, PA
3.) Marketing & Communications Manager, Axalta Coating Systems Ltd., Glen Mills, PA
4.) Corporate Communications Specialist (Clearance: TS/SCI), OGSystems, Springfield, VA
5.) Manager, Communications and Public Affairs, Peter G. Peterson Foundation, New York, New York
6.) Associate Director, Marketing Analytics (Pharma), Marina Maher Communications, New York, NY
7.) FordLabs Operations and Communications Specialist, Ford Motor Company, Ann Arbor, MI
8.) Graphic/Communications Design Intern, Greenfield Labs, Ford Motor Company, Palo Alto, CA
9.) Global Communications Insight Manager, Global Data, Insight, and Analytics (GDIA), Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI
10.) Global Health Communications Specialist, ICF, Rockville, MD
11.) Intern, Corporate Communications, AxoGen, Alachua, FL
12.) Scientific Director, Medical Communications, Envision Pharma Group, Bernardsville, NJ
13.) Corporate Communications Writer, Happiest Baby, Inc., Culver City, CA
14.) Social Media and Marketing Intern Happiest Baby, Inc., Culver City, CA
*** From Amy Burns:
I would like to share the following position description with your network. Can you please tell me if you need more information from my end?
Thank you for your time.
Research and Outreach Manager
15.) Senior Communications Associate, Policy & Analysis, CLASP, Washington, DC
16.) Sr. Communications Specialist, PMA, Jhpiego, Baltimore, MD
17.) Communications Coordinator, interRel Consulting, Arlington, TX
18.) Speech Writer and Head of Internal Communications, Performance Materials’ Business, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
19.) Strategic Communications Manager, Merck KGaA, BURLINGTON, MA
20.) Stagiaire Assistant Communication H/F, Merck KGaA, Molsheim, France
*** From Caitlin E. Jacobs:
A friend told me about your JOTW newsletter, as we’re looking for an assistant editor at my trade publication. Here are the details:
Caitlin E. Jacobs
Managing Editor, Lubes’n’Greases magazine
Falls Church, VA
21.) Assistant Editor, Lubes’n’Greases magazine, Falls Church, VA
22.) Communications Manager, NFI Industries, Cherry Hill, NJ
23.) Communications Manager – Chinatown, Charles B. Wang Community Health Center, New York, NY
24.) Manager/Senior Manager, Scientific Communications: Medical Affairs, Stealth BioTherapeutics, Newton, MA
25.) Communications Associate, Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, New York, New York
26.) COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, Lumos Networks Inc., Segra, Charleston, WV / Charlotte, NC / Columbia, SC / Waynesboro, VA
27.) CCAT Marketing Communications Specialist, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
28.) Communication Manager, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Opportunity Hub, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
29.) OHEI Communications Specialist, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
30.) Digital & Social Media Manager, Corporate Communications, Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Cambridge, MA
31.) Communications Advisor, National Democratic Institute, Washington, DC
32.) Corporate Communications Manager, ANALOG DEVICES, WILMINGTON, MA
33.) Corporate Communications Writer, Pier 1, Fort Worth, TX
34.) Consultancy – Communications Strategy Development Expert, IGAD Climate Prediction and Application Centre (ICPAC), Nairobi, Kenya
35.) Experienced Communications Manager, Group Function HR, Ericsson-Worldwide, Stockholm, Sweden
36.) Communications Manager, Air Force Association, Arlington, Virginia
37.) Manager, Communications, Center for Financial Services Innovation, Chicago, IL
38.) Communications Assistant, Airlines for America, Washington, DC
39.) Communications Officer, AIDS, Bay Area, California
40.) Senior Manager, Strategic Communications, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Washington, DC
41.) Communication Specialist- PR, Engineers Without Borders, Lund, Sweden
42.) Marketing Communication Specialist, Amadeus IT Group SA, Stockholm, Sweden
43.) Director of Communications, Alteristic, Springfield, VA
44.) Vice President of External Affairs, National Women’s History Museum, Alexandria, VA
45.) Digital Social Media Manager, Taco Johns International, Cheyenne, WY
46.) Director, Corporate Communications, Alkermes, Waltham, MA
47.) Senior Public Relations & Social Media Specialist, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Charlotte, NC
48.) Director of Social Media, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Boston, Massachusetts
49.) Internal Communications & Engagement Strategist, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Boston, Massachusetts
50.) Vice President of Development and Communications, Kidango, Fremont, California
51.) Communications Specialist, CICONIX, Falls Church, VA / Washington, DC / Portsmouth, VA
52.) Associate Communications Specialist, Sierra Club, Oakland, CA or Washington, DC
53.) Lead Medical Communications Writer – Medical Communications, IQVIA, Newark, NJ
54.) Communications Specialist I, City of Greenbelt, Greenbelt, Maryland
55.) Social Media Coordinator, Country Music Foundation, Nashville, TN
56.) Senior Communications Manager, ACQUIA, BOSTON, MA
57.) Sr Communications Specialist, PHI, Exelon, Newark, DE
58.) Senior Manager, Strategic Communications, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Washington D.C.
59.) Corporate Communications Manager, Jenzabar, Boston, MA
60.) Corporate Communications Specialist, Novocure, Malvern, PA
61.) Community Outreach Manager, Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association, Ambler, Pennsylvania
62.) Sr. Communications Specialist USA/CAN, Nemak, Southfield, MI
63.) Communications Manager, Facebook, New Delhi, India
64.) Head of People Communications, Facebook, Menlo Park, CA
65.) Senior Communications Specialist, Facebook, Dublin, Ireland
66.) Editorial Fellow, Sierra Magazine (July to December), Sierra Club Headquarters, Oakland, CA
67.) Communications Specialist, Konecranes Inc., Huntersville, NC
68.) Communications Manager, Razor Consulting Solutions, Fargo, ND
69.) Communication for Development Manager, P4, Fixed-Term, UNICEF, Kabul, Afghanistan
70.) Policy and Communications Manager, UK Research and Innovation, British Embassy, Washington D.C.
71.) Vice President Communications, Crook & Marker, Hamilton, NJ
72.) Associate Director for Advocacy and Communications, World Vision, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC
73.) Marketing or Digital Communications Intern, Solvay Pharmaceutical, Princeton, NJ
74.) Facilities Communications Intern, Solvay Pharmaceutical, Princeton, NJ
75.) Communications Specialist, RFA (Radio Free Asia), Washington, D.C
76.) Bayer Crop Science Communications Intern, Bayer, Kansas City, MO
77.) Communications Intern, Bayer, Berkeley, CA
78.) Marketing & Communications Specialist, Teton Science Schools, Jackson, WY
79.) Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist, Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Arlington, VA,
80.) New Media Specialist, North Dakota State Government, Bismarck, ND
81.) Sr Communications Specialist, Nesco Resource, Rancho Cordova, CA
*** From Andrew Hudson’s Jobs List:
82.) Director, Internal Communications, Danone Foods, Broomfield, Colorado
83.) Marketing and Communications Manager, Gates Corporation Denver, Colorado
84.) PR and Communications Manager, Colorado Mountain Club, Golden, Colorado
*** From Mac’s List:
85.) Director of Communications, National CASA, Seattle, Washington
86.) Senior Communications Specialist, Washington County, Hillsboro, Oregon
87.) Communications Director, Boly:Welch, Aurora, Oregon
88.) Marketing & Communication Specialist, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY
89.) Director, Brand and Communications, Namely, New York City, NY
90.) Communication Specialist, NDSU Foundation and Alumni Association, Fargo, ND
91.) Media Relations Coordinator, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND
92.) Marketing Communications Co-Op – Fall 2019, Crown Equipment Corporation, New Bremen, OH
93.) Marketing Communications College Co-Op, CNH Industrial, Racine, WI
94.) Senior Specialist, Corporate Communications, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Rensselaer, NY
95.) Communications and Outreach Supervisor-Cheyenne, Game & Fish, State of Wyoming, Cheyenne, WY
96.) Editor of Wyoming Wildlife, Game & Fish, State of Wyoming, Cheyenne, WY
97.) Marketing Communications Manager, SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC, ANDOVER, MA
98.) Clinical Public Relations Professor & Newspaper Supervisor Faculty, Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, TX
99.) Public Information Specialist, Teton County, Jackson Hole, WY
100.) Strategic Communications Director, Prosek LLC, New York, NY
101.) Public Relations/Volunteer Coordinator, The Salvation Army USA Central Territory, Fargo, ND
103.) Public Affairs Specialist, United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Kentucky, U.S. Department of Justice, Lexington, KY
104.) Marketing and Communications Intern, Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, Medora, ND
105.) Communications Coordinator, Apex Systems, Maplewood, MN
*** This week’s alternative job selection
106.) Big Game Migration Coordinator-Statewide, Ungulate Migration Corridor Strategy, Game & Fish, State of Wyoming, Statewide, WY
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
040-19 01.04.2019: 0600 UTC: Berth T36, Casablanca Port, Morocco.
Duty officer onboard a berthed bulk carrier, heard noises from the boat deck. As he approached the area, he noticed the life raft cover was opened and two robbers stealing the equipment. Seeing the duty officer, the robbers jumped overboard and escaped. Incident reported to the Port Authority. Subsequently, the Harbour Master, Port Police and PSC Inspector boarded the ship to investigate.
039-19 30.03.2019: 0310 UTC: Posn: 06:18.9N – 003:17.4E, Lagos STS Anchorage, Nigeria.
Duty watchkeeper onboard an anchored product tanker noticed some robbers near a cargo tank and also near the ship’s rails. Alarm raised. Seeing the alerted crew, the robbers escaped without stealing anything. Nigerian Navy patrol boat notified and a search in the waters around the tanker was carried out.
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.
*** Ball cap of the week: ROKS Sejong the Great
*** Coffee mug of the week: Northrop Gurmman – Electronics Systems Group – Electro-Mechanical Division – Production Management System
*** T-Shirt of the week: Hawks Basketball
*** Musical guest artist of the week: Peppermint Rainbow
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