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This is JOTW newsletter number 1,802
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*** The IABC Heritage Region Communication Conference
Sept. 22-24, 2019
Greektown Casino-Hotel in Detroit, Michigan
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
1.) Health Communications Specialist, HealthFitness, Houston, TX
2.) Global Communications Manager Promoted, MilliporeSigma, Rockville, MD
3.) Visual Communication Specialist, Farfetch UK Limited, Porto, Portugal
4.) Director of Web and Digital Communications, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
5.) Corporate Communications Public Relations Administrator, Regions Bank, Birmingham, AL
6.) Copywriter Integrated Marketing Senior, Salt River Project, Phoenix, Arizona
7.) Marketing Communication Manager, Social Footprint, Porto, Portgal
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
8.) Public Relations Specialist, Masonic Village at Elizabethtown, Lafayette Hill, PA
9.) Associate Director, Global Strategic Marketing Communications, FMC Corporation, Philadelphia, PA
10.) Content Editor, The American College of Financial Services, King of Prussia, PA
11.) Corporate Communications and Events Intern, Tillamook, Portland or Tillamook, OR
12.) Communications Specialist, Appirio, Indianapolis, IN
13.) Tech Internal Communications Partner, Farfetch, Porto e Região, Portugal
14.) Intern – Digital Communications, DNV GL Energy USA, Dublin, Ohio
15.) Senior Program Analyst – Public Affairs/Communications (TS/SCI), Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (OUSD) for Research and Engineering, E3 Federal, Arlington, VA
*** From Kim Fields:
Thank you for the opportunity to post the following jobs in the JOTW and DEFCON 1 Newsletter and on the website for next week. Please let me know if you have any questions, or need anything additional from me.
Coordinator, Human Resources and Program Support
BRTRC Federal Solutions
16.) Strategic Communications/Outreach Specialist, BRTRC Federal Solutions, Boston, Mass.
17.) Strategic Communications/Outreach Specialist, BRTRC Federal Solutions, Austin, TX
18.) Strategic Communications/Outreach Specialist, BRTRC Federal Solutions, Chicago, IL
19.) Strategic Communications/Outreach Specialist, BRTRC Federal Solutions, Los Angeles, CA
20.) PR Manager – Portugal, Revolut, Lisbon, PT
21.) Assistant Director, Stevenson University Online (SUO) Communications, Stevenson University, Stevenson, MD
22.) Communication Manager, Employers Rehabilitation Svc, Fort Wayne, IN
23.) R&D Coordinator III, Corporate Communications, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Boston, MA
24.) Communications Manager (Communications Specialist II), Prince William County Government, Woodbridge, VA
25.) Communication Associate (Intern), General Dynamics Information Technology, Falls Church, VA
26.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Bone Dry Roofing, Indianapolis, IN
27.) Study Abroad Advisor and Communications Manager, Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana
*** From Julie Lalo:
Thanks for considering posting this opportunity for a great job at the University of Pittsburgh.
Director of Communications
Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor for Research
University of Pittsburgh
28.) Communications Manager, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
We are actively seeking candidates for the position of Communications Manager at University of Pittsburgh. Reporting to the Director of Communications of the Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor for Research, this new Communications Manager position is responsible for developing, executing, and managing communications efforts to effectively and collegially raise the visibility of research at the University of Pittsburgh, and the OSVCR both internally and externally. Responsibilities include managing multi-channel stakeholder communications (including web-based content, print publications, and social media communications), strategic communications planning, active collaboration with multiple offices, and coordination of media events. The position requires a strong degree of initiative and independence, proven communications expertise, collaboration in a team environment, and professional autonomy to develop new communications strategies and tools and achieve successful results.
Minimum five to seven years professional communications experience, demonstrating excellent web-based and print technical content management and writing skills, with proven success in digital stakeholder communications and content management systems (e.g., social media, website maintenance); print publications (e.g., reports, newsletters); media relations (e.g., press tours); and analysis (e.g., stakeholder behavior).
For more details, and to apply:
29.) Manager, Internal Corporate Communications, Nestlé USA, Seattle, WA
30.) TEAM LEADER, CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS (FOODS), Nestlé USA, Solon, OH
31.) MANAGER, INTERNAL CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS, Nestlé USA, Seattle, WA
32.) Senior Content Strategist, Cory Booker Presidential Campaign, NEWARK, NJ
33.) Social Media Producer, Cory Booker Presidential Campaign, NEWARK, NJ
34.) Graphic Designer, Cory Booker Presidential Campaign, NEWARK, NJ
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
35.) Medical Editor, Synchrony Group, West Chester, PA
36.) Copywriter, Evoke Health, Huntsworth Health, Philadelphia, PA
37.) Content Team, Corporate Marketing Unit, SEI, Oaks, Pennsylvania
38.) Digital Writer, Corporate Marketing Unit, SEI, Oaks, Pennsylvania
39.) Senior Investment Writer, SEI, London, England UK
40.) Marketing Communications, Aptean, Alpharetta, GA
41.) Content Writer, Marketing (10-12 Month Contract), Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
*** From Mindy Bennett:
Good morning. I am hoping you can assist with getting the word out on two more positions that Bowhead is recruiting for in support of AIR 7.5. The first is a mass comm specialist in Ridgecrest CA and the second is a protocol liaison specialist at Pax River. Thanks so much!
Bowhead Science & Technology, LLC
42.) Mass Communication Specialist, Bowhead Professional Solutions, NAWS China Lake, CA
43.) Protocol Liaison Specialist, Bowhead Professional Solutions, NAS Patuxent River, MD
44.) Executive Director, Marketing, Communications & Public Relations, New England College of Optometry, Boston, MA
45.) Communications Generalist, Dairy Farmers of America, Kansas City, KS
46.) Senior Graphic Design & Corporate Communications Specialist, Celguard, Asahi Kasei America, Inc., Charlotte, NC
47.) Chief Communications Officer, State Bar of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ
48.) Senior Communications Specialist – Brand Ambassador, Honeywell, Overland Park, KS
49.) Social Media Community Specialist, FedEx Office, Plano, TX
50.) Sr Corp Communication Spec, FedEx Express APAC, Makati City, Philippines
51.) Director of Communications and Marketing, Southern Arkansas University, Magnolia, AR
52.) Internal Communications Manager, Faegre Baker Daniels, Indianapolis, IN
53.) Director of Strategic Communications, Midcontinent ISO, Carmel, IN
54.) On-Highway Marketing Communications Manager, Cummins Inc., Indianapolis, IN
55.) Global Marketing Manager – Public Relations and Social Media Influencer, Whirlpool Corporation, Benton Harbor, MI
56.) Communication & Change Management Manager, Whirlpool Corporation, Benton Harbor, MI
57.) Senior Communications Analyst – Global Product Organization, Whirlpool Corporation, Benton Harbor, MI
58.) External Communications Senior Manager – CEO Action, Pwc, Indianapolis, IN
59.) Marketing Communications Strategist, Schmidt Associates, Indianapolis, IN
60.) Director Of Marketing & Communications, Ascension Health, Indianapolis, IN
61.) Manager, Marketing Communications, California Society of CPAs, Burlingame, CA
*** This week’s alternative job selections:
None this week.
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
066-19 26.04.2019: 0200 UTC: Posn: 10:12.3N – 064:45.9W, Puerto Jose Anchorage, Venezuela.
Six persons in a small boat with an outboard motor approached and boarded an anchored tanker. Duty crew on routine rounds noticed the robbers and raised the alarm. Hearing the alarm and seeing the crew alertness, the robbers escaped in their boat. A search was carried out. Nothing reported stolen. Incident reported to the Coast Guard through the local agents.
065-19 14.05.2019: 0142 UTC: Posn: 09:23.94N – 013:41.26W, Conakry Anchorage, Guinea.
Four robbers armed with automatic rifles and knives boarded an anchored bulk carrier. They took the crew hostage, ransacked their cabins and stole ship and crew cash and properties before escaping. Master was injured during the incident. The incident was reported to Conakry Port Control and a patrol boat came for investigation.
064-19 12.05.2019: 1810 UTC: Posn: 01:00.1N – 104:54.8E, Around 4nm East of Pulau Mapur, Indonesia.
Four robbers armed with long knives boarded a general cargo ship underway. They took hostage the duty AB and entered into the Master’s cabin. They tied up the AB and the Master and escaped with their personal cash and effects.
063-19 18.05.2019: 0555 UTC: Posn: 11:59.8S – 077:11.9W, Callao Anchorage, Peru.
Around four to five robbers wearing face masks boarded an anchored LNG tanker via the hawse pipe. They took hostage the duty crew on routine rounds. Alarm raised, ship’s whistle sounded and crew mustered. Hearing the alarm, the robbers took the duty crew’s radio, pushed him and escaped in their boat. Incident was reported to Port Control and a patrol boat was dispatched to the anchorage area.
062-19 10.05.2019: 0100 UTC: Posn: 07:40.8N – 128:29.3E, Around 115nm East of Baganga, Philippines.
Unidentified persons in a speedboat approached and closed onto a bulk carrier underway. Alarm raised, crew mustered and fire hoses pressurised. The persons were observed to be shouting towards the ship while holding steel hooks. After 30 mins of chasing, the boat aborted and moved away. The ship resumed her passage.
*** Hat of the week: HMAS Derwent
*** Coffee mug of the week: BesseHotel Lisboa
*** Hockey Shirt of the week: Boston Bruins
*** Musical guest artist of the week: The Big Thing
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