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The Free Job of the Week Newsletter
This is JOTW newsletter number 1,830
“The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don’t want, drink what you don’t like, and do what you’d rather not.”
– Mark Twain
This edition of JOTW comes to you from Springfield, Virginia.
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*** One Paragraph Pitch:
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*** Announcing the JOTW New Year’s Resolution Haiku Contest
Enter as many times as you like
Submit your entries by 31 December 2019
The year is over
Time for a haiku contest
Bet Sorohan wins
*begins looking for words that
Rhyme with ‘quid pro quo’*
The winning entries will appear in JOTW newsletter (www.nedsjotw.com).
Send your year’s worth of exasperation-alluding, pop-culture-mentioning, job-related-frustration laden, not-entirely-politically-correct, glad-it’s over creativity to email@example.com. Put “Haiku Contest” in the subject line. Hey, it’s a new year.
Some (okay, pretty much all) of the entries received so far:
*** From me…to sort of kick it off:
You don’t do haiku?
It’s not generational
Yeah, OK Boomer
*** From Janna Cummins:
As a recent Texas transplant to Maine, I’m looking for where my next career chapter will go, which inspired my Haiku submission:
How can I use this
opportunity in vain
to find my next job?
May we all find what we’re looking for (or what’s looking for us!) in the new year,
*** From C. Turpen:
I feel the weight of
Liftoff. Centrifugal force
toward my future self.
- Turpen, 2018
My side eye slanted
toward ‘Dis City for three years.
Time to start anew.
- Turpen, 2019
*** From Jim Parsons
Thinking I could win
without tryin.’ But that’d leave
*** From Uma Thangaraj:
Uma Thangaraj Entry No. 2
How are you today?
I’m great. Fine, thank you. Super.
Predictive text sucks.
Uma Thangaraj Entry No. 1
I hope this is the winningest entry – given the strict criteria and all.
The dryer repair man
Is on his way there
He brings a blast of hot air.
*** From Otto Heck:
I’m Barbara Walters
and this is 2020
[Cue commercial break]
*** Your Very Next Step!
Your Very Next Step newsletter for November / December 2019
By Ned Lundquist
This edition of YVNS was sent to YVNS readers from Monterey, California.
The November / December 2019 issue of Your Very Next Step newsletter is now available online
Lots of travel and adventure news, vacation ideas, tips and features.
8 cool volunteer opportunities
21 travel/conservation/adventure jobs
Check it out, because your next adventure begins with your very next step.
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
1.) Public Affairs Specialist III, MCR, Boston, MA
(* Note: I work for MCR. If you are qualified and interested in this job (any of the MCR positions at https://www.mcri.com/careers) send your resume to me (at firstname.lastname@example.org) when you apply and I’ll also contact the hiring manager on your behalf. I am entitled to an employee bonus if you are hired.)
2.) Senior Program Assistant, Communications, PATH, Seattle, WA
3.) Communications Internship, HIV/Tuberculosis, PATH, Washington DC
4.) Assistant Vice President for Communications & External Relations, Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA
5.) Assistant Professor for Communication Studies Full-Time Tenure Track, Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA
6.) Communications Specialist, Pioneer Electric Cooperative, Inc., Ulysses, Kansas
7.) Outreach and Education Coordinator, Brittany Burslem, Rehoboth, DE
8.) Corporate Communications Coordinator, Children’s Health, Dallas, TX
9.) Communications Coordinator/Assistant, The Rotary Foundation, Evanston, IL
10.) Member and Participant Communications Specialist, Rotary InternationalEvanston, IL
11.) Public Relations Manager (Management Analyst) The Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA), Irvine, California
12.) EDITOR, U.S. Special Operations Command (Army), Department of the Army, Fort Bragg, North Carolina
13.) Regional Communications Supervisor, Latin America, The Rotary Foundation, Evanston, IL
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
14.) Marketing Communications Manager, Digital Construction Works, Bentley Systems, Exton, PA
15.) Marketing and Sales Specialist, Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, Philadelphia, PA
16.) Manager, Media Relations & Executive Communications, Arkema Inc., King of Prussia, PA
17.) Manager, Internal Communications, Nestlé, Arlington, VA
18.) Director, Employee Communications, Zillow Group, Seattle, WA
19.) Regional Government Relations and Public Affairs Manager, Zillow Group, Centennial, CO
20.) Director, Editorial, Zillow Group, Seattle, WA
21.) Public Relations, Children’s National Medical Center, Manager, Silver Spring, MD
22.) Assistant Director of Marketing and Content Strategy, St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY
23.) Communications Administrator, Maricopa County Library District, Phoenix, AZ
24.) Communications Specialist and Writer-Editor, U.S. Agency for Global Media, Washington, District of Columbia
25.) Communications Associate, The Electrification Coalition, Washington, DC or North Carolina
26.) Corporate Communications Director, Haier Europe, Brugherio, Lombardy, Italy
27.) Writer And Communications Specialist, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison, WI
28.) Communications Specialist, Regional Educational Laboratory of the Pacific (REL Pacific), McREL, Honolulu, HI
29.) Communications Manager, City Manager’s Office, City of Highland Park, Highland Park, IL
30.) Creative Director, Print Design, Marketing & Communications, Boston University, Boston, MA
31.) Senior Corporate Communications Manager, Dyson, London, UK
32.) Communications Manager, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research, Rockville, MD
33.) Head of Corporate Communications, UK and Ireland, Visa, London, GB
34.) Corporate Communications UK, Klarna, LONDON, UK
35.) Communications Manager, Mary’s Center, Washington, DC
36.) Social Media Specialist I, Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, FL
37.) Internal Communications Manager, DASHLANE, NY, NY
38.) Director of Marketing and Communications, Fourlane, Austin, TX
39.) Communications Associate, MILTON GOTTESMAN JEWISH DAY SCHOOL, WASHINGTON, DC
40.) Head of Communications for Asia-Pacific, Orsted, Taipei, Taiwan
41.) Head of UK Media Relations, Orsted, London, UK
42.) Director Corporate Communications and Community Relations, West Virginia University Hospitals, Inc., Morgantown, West Virginia
43.) Corporate Communications Head, Fircroft, Doha, Qatar
44.) Communication Specialist, Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, TX
45.) Communications Specialist, KAR Auction Services, Carmel, IN
46.) Corporate Communications Specialist (Remote), States Title, San Francisco, CA
47.) Sr. Manager – Public Relations (Consumer PR & Social Media), Lidl, Arlington, VA
48.) Executive Director – Communications, Sidra Medicine, Ar Rayyān, Qatar
49.) Communication Specialist (PACS I)/College of Social Behavioral Sciences – Dean’s Office, California State University, San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA
50.) Senior Digital Strategist – Communications, Baker Hughes, HOUSTON, TX
51.) Employee Communications Manager, Baker Hughes, BRISTOL, United Kingdom
52.) Communications Specialist, Baker Hughes, SEONGNAM, South Korea
53.) Communications Intern, United Way of Rhode Island, Providence, RI
54.) Manager, Communications, Jones Lange Lasalle Inc., Portland, OR
55.) Technology Media Relations Manager, Intel, Taipei, Taiwan
56.) Communications Manager- Technology & Thought Leadership, The GCG Tech Leadership team, Intel, Santa Clara, CA
57.) Media Engagement & Communications Manager, PC Innovation, Intel, Santa Clara, CA
58.) Aeria Social Media Intern, AEO, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
59.) Marketing Communications Manager, W Hotels, Marriott, Taipei City, Taiwan
60.) Communications Coordinator, Aloft Boston Seaport District, Marriott, Boston, Massachusetts
61.) Marketing Communications Coordinator, Four Points by Sheraton Puchong, Marriott, Selangor, Malaysia
62.) Communications Coordinator, City Hall, City of Lafayette, Lafayette, CO
63.) Senior Communications Manager, MONDAY.COM, NY, NY
64.) Field Marketing Strategy and Communications, Manager, New York Life Insurance Company, New York, NY
65.) Global Head of Advertising and Public Relations, Sirius International Insurance Group, Ltd., New York, NY
66.) Senior Director, Public Affairs, Ascension Health, Washington, DC
67.) Communications Coordinator, Government Services Center, County of Chester, West Chester, Pennsylvania
68.) Sr Marketing Communications Manager, Northwestern Mutual, Franklin, WI,
69.) Advancement Social Media Specialist, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
70.) Corporate Director of Digital Advertising, Live! Casino·Hotel, Hanover, MD
71.) Communications Manager, Live! Casino·Hotel, Hanover, MD
73.) Communications Manager, Marketing and Communications, Purdue University, Hammond, IN
74.) Corporate Communications Manager, Sensata Technologies, Attleboro, MA
75.) Communications Specialist (client sites ), Tribal Tech, LLC, Washington, DC
76.) Media Intern (Starts May 26, 2020), Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Skagway, AK
77.) Public Relations Specialist, Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
78.) Communications Specialist, eXcell, San Jose, CA
79.) Director of Marketing and Communications, Doctors Hospital at Renaissance, Edinburg, TX
80.) Corporate Communications Associate, GYMPASS, NY, NY
81.) Communications Specialist, Florida Blue Center for Health Care Quality, College of Nursing, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
*** JOTW’s alternative selection(s) of the week:
82.) Executive Director, Alaska Huts Association, Anchorage, AK
83.) Director, Global Center for Species Survival, Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis, Indiana
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
155-19 01.12.2019: 0035 UTC: Posn: 17:36.9N – 083:21.0E, Visakhapatnam Anchorage, India.
Around 15 to 18 persons in three skiffs approached an anchored bulk carrier. They attempted to board the ship using a rope attached to a hook. Alert crew noticed the attempted boarding and notified the port control and Coast Guard. A patrol vessel was dispatched resulting in the robbers aborting the attempted boarding and escaped. After chasing the boats for a while, the patrol boat managed to stop one skiff and arrested the persons onboard.
154-19 22.12.2019: 1600 UTC: Posn: 01:15.26N – 104:05.00E, Singapore Straits.
While underway, a tanker was boarded by five robbers armed with knives. Two duty crew on routine rounds were confronted by the robbers, who threatened them and tied them up. Alarm raised and crew mustered. Hearing the alarm, the robbers escaped without stealing anything. Incident reported to Singapore VTIS.
153-19 20.12.2019: 1530 UTC: Posn: 01:15N – 104:01E, Singapore Straits.
Five robbers armed with long knives boarded a bulk carrier underway. They entered into the engine room, took hostage two duty crew and threatened them with knives. The robbers stole engine spares and escaped. Alarm raised, crew mustered, and incident reported to Singapore VTIS. A coast guard boat responded and escorted the ship to an anchorage, where they boarded the ship for inspection. All crew safe.
152-19 21.12.2019: 2230 UTC: Posn: 00:19.5N – 009:23.7E, Owendo Anchorage, Gabon.
Around six armed persons in a skiff came alongside an anchored bulk carrier and attempted to hook on a ladder to board the vessel. The persons threatened the crew with their weapons. Alarm raised and port authorities notified. Seeing the alerted crew, the armed persons aborted the attempted boarding. Vessel and crew are safe.
151-19 10.12.2019: 2025 UTC: Posn : 05:30.3S – 105:17.5E, Panjang Anchorage, Indonesia.
Three robbers armed with long knives boarded an anchored bulk carrier. They broke into the engine room work shop, stole auxiliary engine spares and escaped. Authorities notified.
150-19 17.12.2019: 0230 UTC: Posn: 04:45.9S – 011:46.6E, Pointe Noire Anchorage, The Congo.
Two robbers in a canoe came alongside an anchored offshore tug. They boarded the vessel, stole ship’s properties and escaped. Incident reported to Port Control.
149-19 15.12.2019: 0800 UTC: Posn: 04:23.59N – 002:03.15E, Around 118nm SSW of Cotonou, Benin.
Around six heavily armed pirates boarded a product tanker underway. They took hostage all crew members and destroyed some equipment resulting in the tanker going into a blackout condition. The remaining crew sent a distress and requested to be towed to a safe area. Upon receiving the information, the IMB Piracy Reporting Centre immediately notified and liaised with the Regional Authorities to provide assistance to the tanker. A Togo Navy ship was dispatched to the location of the tanker and made arrangements to tow the tanker. Twenty crew were reported missing.
*** Ball cap of the week: The Sopranos – HBO – IABC
*** Coffee mug of the week: IABC Baltimore
*** T-Shirt of the week: England – Rugby World Cup Winners -2003
*** Musical guest artist of the week: Flamin’ Groovies
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