The IABC Heritage Region Communication Conference
Sept. 22-24, 2019
Greektown Casino-Hotel in Detroit, Michigan
August 12, 2019
The Free Job of the Week Newsletter
This is JOTW newsletter number 1,814
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
1.) Senior Medical Writer, Epizyme, Cambridge, Massachusetts
*** From Shavonne Holman, M.P.S.:
My name is Shavonne Holman. I am the Recruitment Officer for all skilled & professional positions at the MD Department of Juvenile Services. The MD Department of Juvenile Services is currently recruiting for a Public Affairs Officer II – P/T position (SALARY $32,751.75/year – $52,128.75/year).
I received your contact information from Eric Solomon who currently receives your email correspondence via PRSA. It is our hope that you will be willing to advertise this position to prospective applicants through your communication channels.
Shavonne Holman, M.P.S.
2.) Public Affairs Officer II – P/T, Department of Juvenile Services, Baltimore, MD
3.) Manager of Marketing & Communications at Digitas, New York, NY
4.) Writer Editor, Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
5.) Outreach Program Coordinator, Catalina Island Conservancy, Long Beach, CA
*** From Brian Thorsen:
Please post the following opening at Microchip Technology. Thanks
Sr. Public Relations Manager
Microchip Technology Inc.
6.) Senior Public Relations Specialist, Microchip Technology Inc., Chandler AZ
7.) PAC Marketing & Communications Sr. Specialist, NADA, Washington, DC
8.) Editor-in-Chief, Miami New Times, Miami, Florida
9.) Assistant Vice President -Communications Strategist, Corporate Communications, Moody’s, New York, NY
10.) Communications Manager, Bezos Family Foundation, Seattle, Washington
*** From Kristen Pironis:
Hope this message finds you well. We have a new position with the organization. We’d love to have it include in your newsletter. Thanks!
Executive Vice President, Marketing & Communications
U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION & FOUNDATION
11.) Communications Coordinator, U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association and Foundation, Annapolis, MD
12.) Communications Coordinator, Outward Bound California, San Francisco, CA
13.) Sr. Director, Communication and Change Management Office, New York University, New York, NY
14.) Editor – Creative Services, Walt Disney Television, Burbank, California
15.) Internal Communications Manager, Parks, Experiences and Products, The Walt Disney Company, Lake Buena Vista, Florida
16.) VP – Corporate Communications, Walt Disney Television, Burbank, California
17.) Analyst, Communications Surveillance, Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia Berhad, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
18.) Public Relations Specialist, Sidley Austin LLP, Chicago, IL
19.) MCBU – Communications Advisor, Chevron, Houston, TX
20.) Director of Athletic Communications, Arcadia University, Glenside, PA
21.) Communications Director, Giffords: Courage to Fight Gun Violence, Washington, DC
22.) Communications & Development Associate, Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods, Cap-Haitien, Haiti
23.) Director of Communications, Wallace Global Fund, Washington, DC
24.) Technical Content Creation & Writing Strategist – Corporate Communications, Siemens, Wilsonville, OR
25.) Senior Editor Local News, Houston Chronicle, Location: Houston, Texas
26.) Corporate Communications Specialist, NGA, ZENETEX, Springfield, VA
27.) Communications Advisor, ANZ, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
28.) Publicist, Global Television Publicity, Marvel Entertainment, New York, NY
29.) Senior Writer, Marketing, Williams College, Williamstown, MA
30.) Vice-President for Integrated Communications (VPIC), Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX
31.) Director of Communications, Tahirih Justice Center, Falls Church, VA
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
32.) Temporary Copywriter. Anthropologie, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
33.) Media Coordinator, Universal Health Services, Inc., TREDYFFRIN, PA
34.) Business Communication Specialist, AmerisourceBergen Corporation, Conshohocken. PA
35.) Integrated Communications Specialist, SAP, Singapore, SG
36.) Integrated Communications Associate/ Specialist, SAP, Berlin, Germany
37.) Global Internal and Executive Communications lead, SAP SuccessFactors, Palo Alto, CA
38.) Senior Writer, STERIS Corporation, Mentor, OH
39.) Corporate Communications Manager, NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT), London, UK
40.) Communications and Media Manager, London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust, Northwick Park Hospital, London, UK
41.) Communication Specialist, Apple, Singapore
42.) PR Manager, Apple Music, Germany, Apple, Berlin, Germany
43.) Employee Communications Producer/Program Manager, Apple, Cupertino, CA
44.) Global Echoes Fall Communications Internship, Global Echoes Radio, Newton, MA
*** From Andrew Hudson’s Jobs List:
45.) Marketing & Communications Director, Access Fund, Boulder, Colorado, US
46.) Manager of Communications, STEM School Highlands Ranch, Highlands Ranch, Colorado
47.) Director of Marketing Communications, Western Colorado University, Gunnison, Colorado
48.) Director of Marketing and Outreach, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI
49.) Communications Associate – J-PAL South Asia, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab, South Asia, New Delhi, India
50.) Communications Manager, Standard Chartered Bank, Hong Kong, China
51.) Managing Editor – Journals, Society of Petroleum Engineers, Richardson, TX
52.) Program Associate, Oceans Communications, WWF, Washington, DC
53.) Digital Marketing Manager, Body Holiday, Saint Lucia, Saint Lucia
54.) Stagiaire Marketing et Communication H/F, Pullman, Accor, Paris, France
55.) Corporate Social Responsibility Communications Assistant, Tokio Marine HCC, London, UK
56.) Communications Strategist, Moody’s, San José Province, San José, Costa Rica
57.) Senior Communication Specialist, Northwest Credit Union Association, SeaTac, WA
58.) Communications Manager, Florida Immigrant Coalition, Miami, FL
59.) Manager, Employee Communications, Fidelity International, Dublin, Ireland
60.) Public Relations Manager, AGW Group, Brooklyn, NY
61.) Writer/Editor, Jones Day, Cleveland, Ohio
62.) Communications Coordinator, Media Relations, Metro Parks Tacoma, Tacoma, WA
63.) Communications Manager, Blue Ventures Conservation, London, England, United Kingdom
64.) Assistant Director of Communications, University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA
65.) Employee Communications Manager, State Street, Gdansk, Poland
*** From Sue Klima:
66.) Communications Specialist II/Events Manager, Akoya, Washington, DC
Akoya, a small, woman-owned communications firm, is seeking an experienced Communications Specialist II/Events Manager to work with a team of Akoya communicators supporting the Department of Homeland Security Office of the Chief Procurement Officer in Washington, DC
- Serve as Akoya’s client-facing lead for events and special projects, meeting regularly with client to define requirements and timeframes
- Plan for and conduct all aspects of conference, event, and meeting planning and logistical support as well as monthly webinars, with the assistance of the events coordinator and support from the full Akoya communications team (writers, graphic designer)
- Supervise and mentor the Events Coordinator
- Develop a schedule and project plan for each event, brief the Events Coordinator, and determine how responsibilities will be shared; supervise progress by the Events Coordinator and hold regular meetings throughout the implementation of the project plan; monitor and update the project plan
- Collaborate with the Akoya creative team lead to prioritize and schedule all deliverables related to events or special projects; assist the assigned staff (writers, graphic designers, or other communications support) as needed in executing the deliverables; provide research, writing, and proofreading support alongside the creative team; meet with the creative lead weekly or more often as needed to review status of deliverables; coordinate with the other Akoya client-facing lead to resolve any conflicts in scheduling of creative team resources
- Oversee the day-to-day management of all event operations including, but not limited to, development of event agendas, coordination of all logistical support activities (travel, accommodations, meeting facilities, audiovisual equipment and other supply needs, and coordination with the venue), management of event registration, oversight and staffing of registration desk during events, development and distribution of event materials, and development and placement of event signage
- Independently develop and/or manage the development of strategic communications and marketing plans for activities as assigned, including assessing target audiences to determine communications needs and developing marketing campaigns to effectively reach target audiences
- Provide direction for internal and external outreach strategies across various channels to maximize reach and engagements of DHS’s stakeholders
- Participate in strategic planning initiatives related to current outreach events
- Participate in client conferences as requested
- Travel to Pittsburgh as required
- Bachelor’s degree in Communications or related field
- 7+ years of relevant work experience in events management and communications
- Strong writing and editing proficiencies
- Detail orientation with strong interpersonal communication and organizational skills
- Ability to coordinate, prioritize, and accomplish multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
- Prior managerial experience
- Capable of strategic thinking and analysis of varied and complex matters
- Experienced and skilled in effective methods to reach targeted markets
- Capable of follow-up assessments of communications and/or marketing campaigns to ensure effectiveness of efforts
- Experienced in supporting similar efforts for other government clients
- Able to work under limited supervision
- Capable of learning (absorbing the culture—learning about the many varied tasks required daily; ability to offer and accept constructive criticism)
- Able to represent Akoya in a polished and professional manner and to make sound business decisions on behalf of Akoya and its clients
- Customer focused (understanding the importance of our clients and prospects)
- Able to tolerate stress (handling multiple tasks without getting rattled)
- Technical knowledge (use of Word, Excel, PPT, Access, and social media platforms)
- Skilled in time management (using time and resources to get the job done)
- Skilled in oral and written communication (able to articulate clearly, to speak, write, edit, and proofread in accordance with standard English grammar and usage)
Please submit resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls accepted.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.
67.) Communications Coordinator, Tactical Tech, Berlin, Germany
68.) Senior Internal Communications Partner, Canada Life Limited, Potters Bar, UK
69.) Director, Corporate Communications – Temporary Role, Hasbro, Pawtucket, RI
70.) Manager Communications, Hasbro, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
71.) Brand Communication Intern, Hasbro, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
72.) Corporate Communications Manager, Batteries Plus Bulbs, Hartland, WI
73.) Communications Director, International Corporate Accountability Roundtable, Washington, DC
*** This week’s alternative job selections:
74.) Program Coordinator (Wounded Warrior Fellowship Program), Customer Experience Center of the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) of the U.S. House of Representatives
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
092-19 04.08.2019: 1200 UTC: Posn: 18:48.8N – 091:47.8W, Ciudad del Carmen Anchorage, Mexico.
Crew onboard a maintenance pontoon reported ship’s stores and properties stolen. A machete was found near the store room. Master later received information from another vessel in the vicinity, that robbers had attempted to board their vessel as well. Incident reported to the Mexico Navy. Three patrol boats were dispatched to investigate.
091-19 25.07.2019: 0442 UTC: Posn: 06:25.76N – 003:20.52E, Berth No.TC09, Lagos, Nigeria.
Ten robbers boarded a berthed bulk carrier during cargo operations. They assaulted and took hostage the duty AB on routine rounds. The robbers stole ship’s stores from the paint room. They released the duty AB and escaped in their boat. Alarm raised, crew mustered and a search was carried out. The AB received minor injuries during the incident. Port Control and PFSO informed.
*** Ball cap of the week: Silver Ships – Mobile, Ala.
*** Coffee mug of the week: Marine Exchange of Southern California
*** T-Shirt of the week: WVBF-FM – Framingham
*** Musical guest artist of the week: The Chains
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The IABC Heritage Region Communication Conference
Sept. 22-24, 2019
Greektown Casino-Hotel in Detroit, Michigan