COMMUNICATING FOR BUSINESS IMPACT: NEXT ON CIRCLE OF FELLOWS
February 3, 2020
The Free Job of the Week Newsletter
This is JOTW newsletter number 1,835
“Such is the audacity of man, that he hath learned to counterfeit Nature, yea, and is so bold as to challenge her in her work.”
– Pliny the Elder
This edition of JOTW comes to you from Springfield, Virginia.
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*** Announcing the 2020 JOTW Survey for Communication Professionals:
Once again it’s time for the annual JOTW Communications Survey, designed to learn about the state of PR and corporate communications from professionals like you.
We want to know what you, the members JOTW Network, think about challenges, opportunities and trends facing communication professionals and PR practitioners for the coming year.
It’s easy. We will share the results with you. Plus you may even win a prize!
You will have the chance to opt-in to receive a copy of the survey results to benchmark your own efforts.
Qualified respondents will automatically have a chance to win one of three gift cards! To qualify for a prize, you must complete the entire survey. And you must be a U.S. resident to be eligible for a prize, but we still want your participation.
You could win:
1) $100 gift card;
2) $50 gift card; and
3) $25 gift card.
The 2018 and 2019 survey results were featured in a number of stories in the trade media, and we will be sharing our findings again this year.
To take the survey, please click the following link, or cut and paste the URL into a web browser:
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The survey is a cooperative effort of Ned Lundquist’s Job of the Week networking newsletter for communication professionals (www.nedsjotw.com) and Frank Strong of Sword and the Script Media (http://www.swordandthescript.com/).
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*** 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
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
1.) Senior Website Designer, Flow Communications, Johannesburg, South Africa
2.) Regional Marketing & Communications Program Manager, American Red Cross, Burlington, VT
3.) Communications Officer, Heising-Simons Foundation, Los Altos, California
4.) Public Affairs Specialist (Rollout Coordinator), Food and Drug Administration, Department of Health And Human Services, Silver Spring, Maryland
5.) Manager, Employee and Corporate Communications, Jazz Air, Halifax, NS, Canada
6.) Communications Assistant, The Modern Language Association (MLA), NY, NY
7.) Communications Manager, Amputee Coalition, Washington, DC
8.) Director of Communications, Amputee Coalition, Washington, DC
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
9.) Digital Content Manager, Widener University, Chester, PA
10.) Marketing and Communications Manager, Geneva Global, Paoli, PA
11.) Communications Specialist, Jacobs, Conshohocken, PA
12.) Marketing, Communications Coor., Cedar Circle Farm Education Center, Thetford, VT
13.) Digital Media Specialist, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Washington, DC
15.) Digital Communications Coordinator (Consultant), Arcus Foundation, New York, New York
*** From Sarah Fleischer:
16.) Marketing Copy Director, Love & Company, Frederick, MD
17.) Graphic Designer, Love & Company, Frederick, MD
18.) Media Services Director, Love & Company, Frederick, MD
19.) Senior Workforce Communications Strategist, Mitre Corporation, McLean, VA
20.) Communications Manager, Eastereals, Inc., Silver Spring, MD
*** From Gary Pettit:
21.) Digital Communications Intern (PAID), The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc., Bethesda, Maryland
Brief Description: The HJF Summer Intern Program offers undergraduate and recently graduated students a hands-on opportunity to work in their desired field while navigating a professional setting. Interns will take the lead on a project or process, supported by their manager, and will have opportunities to interact with HJF’s leadership as part of the summer intern professional development program. Interns must be on site 40 hours a week for the duration of the ten-week program, from the first week of June through August 7.
- Attend HJF intern learning workshops and other scheduled cohort activities.
- Research, collect data, and present on a process improvement suggestion for their respective team.
- Write, edit and review copy for digital communication vehicles.
- Support the collection and documentation of metrics related to digital communications.
- Research current trends in digital communications and offer insight to digital communications team.
- Assist in production efforts of videos and digital media.
- Organize data in shared file server.
- Track and update the content deliverables calendar.
- Provide customer service to internal and external parties.
- Other duties related to digital communications and the work of the communications department.
22.) Director, Global Oncology Product Communications, Daiichi Sankyo, Basking Ridge, New Jersey
23.) Sr. Manager, Brand Communications, Campbell Soup Company Brands, L.P., Camden, New Jersey
24.) Manager, Medical Communications, Seattle Genetics, Washington, DC
25.) Brand Communication/Strategy Lecturer, Vega School, Cape Town, South Africa
26.) Communications Specialist, Vermont Chamber of Commerce, Brookfield, VT
27.) Associate Director, Strategic Internal Communications, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Tarrytown, NY
28.) Senior Communications Manager, Community Oncology Alliance, Washington, DC
29.) VP, Communications and Public Affairs, Zillow, Seattle, WA
30.) Director, External Relations, AARP, Washington, DC
31.) VP, External Relations, AARP, Washington, DC
32.) Associate State Director, Communications, AARP, Washington, DC
33.) Director of Strategic Marketing and Communications, Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS), Waitsfield, VT
34.) Communications Intern – Summer, 2020, CSL Behring, Kankakee, Illinois
35.) Manager of Communications, FirstKey Homes, Marietta, GA
36.) Communications Manager, SpaceX, Washington D.C.
37.) Senior Communications Manager, American Association of Neurological Surgeons/Congress of Neurological Surgeons,Washington, District of Columbia,
38.) Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist, Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security, Arlington, Virginia
39.) Communications and Media Relations Intern, Chicago Transit Authority, Chicago, IL
40.) Content/Social Media Marketer, LAL Language Centres, Cape Town, South Africa
41.) Communications Coordinator, The Spence School, NY, NY
42.) Digital Communications Internship – Fall 2020, Fuse, Burlington, VT
43.) Communications Coordinator, Lionsgate, Santa Monica, CA
44.) Director or Senior Manager, Development and Communications, Global Citizens Initiative, Greenwich, Connecticut
45.) VP, Brand Advertising and Media, Synchrony, Stamford, CT
46.) AVP, Corporate External Communications, Synchrony, Stamford, CT
47.) VP, External Affairs and Content Development, Synchrony, Costa Mesa, CA
48.) Medical Communications Execution Specialist, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Princeton, NJ
49.) Communications Officer, LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE, London, UK
50.) Senior Manager – Marketing and Communications, Central Washington Fair Association, Yakima, WA
51.) Vice President, Communications, The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, Washington, DC
52.) Coordinator, Communications and Marketing, The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, Washington, DC
53.) Communication and Marketing Intern, Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center, National City, CA
54.) Internship, Corporate Communications, AveXis Inc., Deerfield, IL
55.) Director of Marketing and Communications, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
56.) Communications Director, Arlington Innovation District, George Mason University, Arlington, VA
57.) Assistant Director of Marketing and Communications, Student Involvement, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
*** From Paula Kiger:
Would appreciate you running this. Great opportunity for a remote editor.
Remote article optimization editor position with Future Labs.
Future Labs is looking for a focused content editor eager to work with our amazing team of writers to improve the overall quality of commerce content published across our network.
Apply via the link below and list Paula Kiger (firstname.lastname@example.org) as your referrer – also let her know if you have questions!
58.) Article optimization editor, Future Labs, Remote
59.) Communications Associate, Cicatelli Associates, New York, New York
60.) Medical Communications Specialist, Orchard Therapeutics, Boston, Massachusetts
61.) Digital Producer, Padilla, Richmond, VA
62.) Communications Director, Texas Campaign for the Environment, Austin, TX
63.) Communications Assistant, Results for America, Washington, DC
64.) Senior Manager, Events and Communications, Results for America, Washington, DC
65.) PR Account Manager, Magna Carta Reputation Management (part of the TBWA\ network), Cape Town, South Africa
66.) Communications and Training Coordinator, Idaho STAR Motorcycle Safety Program, College of Southern Idaho, Twin Falls, ID
67.) Associate Director, Corporate Communications, Santen, Inc., Emeryville, CA
68.) Communications Officer, The Rockefeller Foundation, New York, NY
69.) Part-time Sports On-Air Host, San Francisco’s 95.7 The Game (KGMZ), Entercom, San Francisco, CA
70.) Marketing Communications Specialist I, Hanger, Inc., Oklahoma City, OK
71.) Vice President, Communications, American Enterprise Institute, Washington, D.C
72.) COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, The Stern Center for Language and Learning, Williston, VT
73.) Communications Director 1, Northrop Grumman, McLean, VA
74.) Programs and Communications Associate, Education and Research Foundation of the Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan New York
New York, New York
75.) Vice President, Communications and External Affairs, The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, Boston, MA
76.) Director of Communications, ACLU of Maine, Portland, ME
77.) Communication and Marketing Internship, Grow & Fortify, Baltimore, MD
78.) Public Information Officer (2019-2020), Winchester Public Schools, Winchester, VA
79.) Director of Communications and Marketing, University Settlement, New York, New York
80.) Communications Specialist II, Fairfax-Falls Church Community Service Board (CSB), Fairfax County Government, Fairfax, Virgini
81.) Communications & Marketing Advisor (Term), Halifax International Airport Authority in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
82.) Corporate Communications and Brand Team Intern, National Life Group, Montpelier, VT
83.) Corporate Communications Manager, Twitch, San Francisco, CA
84.) Senior Director of Marketing and Communications, Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, Draper, UT
85.) Director of Communications – JABSOM, John A. Burns School of Medicine, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI
86.) Senior Marketing Associate – Client Investment Communications – Consumer Bank, Chase, Columbus, OH
87.) Vice President – Internal Communications (Home Lending), Chase, Jersey City, NJ
88.) Vice President, Executive Communications-Consumer Banking, Chase, New York, NY
89.) Marketing & Communications Coordinator, New Brunswick Medical Society / Société médicale du Nouveau-Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
90.) Marketing Communications Specialist, BANK-FUND STAFF FED CREDIT, Washington, DC
91.) Internal Communications Manager, Love’s Travel Stops, Oklahoma City, OK
92.) Channel Marketing and Communications Specialist, CTG, Oklahoma City, OK
93.) Communications Officer (Full-time, Permanent), Nova Scotia Real Estate Commission, Bedford, Nova Scotia, Canada
*** Your JOTW alternate selection for this week
*** From Erin V. Copland
I’d like to post a job announcement with your site and/or newsletter. I’ve attached the job description as a Word document and the link to the job description is here: https://www.start.umd.edu/careers/global-terrorism-database-gtd-researchers
If you need any other information, please let me know.
Erin V. Copland
Outreach and Transition Specialist
National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START)
University of Maryland
94.) Global Terrorism Database (GTD) Researchers, National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START), University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
009-20 Nord Stingray 25.01.2020: 0050 UTC: Posn: 06:16.91N – 003:19.53E, Lagos Anchorage, Nigeria.
Duty crew onboard an anchored tanker carrying out STS operations noticed an unauthorised person near the forecastle. Alarm sounded. Seeing the alerted crew the person jumped overboard and escaped with his accomplices in a wooden boat. A naval patrol boat arrived at the location, searched the waters around the tanker and remained close to the tanker until daybreak. Nothing reported stolen. Crew and vessel safe.
008-20 FSL London 26.01.2020: 0324 UTC: Posn: 03:56.49N – 098:45.24E, Belawan Anchorage, Indonesia.
Deck watchmen on routine rounds onboard an anchored tanker noticed the forward storeroom broken into and ships properties missing. On searching the area, footsteps were noticed on the forecastle and it was assumed that the thieves gained access via the anchor chain.
007-20 Name Withheld 17.01.2020: Early Morning Hrs: Posn: Lagos Secure Anchorage Area, Nigeria.
Robbers in a small boat approached an anchored tanker during STS cargo operations. Two of the robbers attempted to board the tanker via the anchor chain. Duty crew on routine rounds noticed the robbers and raised the alarm. Crew mustered and patrol boat informed. Seeing the alerted crew, the robbers aborted the attempted boarding and escaped in their boat. Authorities notified.
006-20 Amil 59 \ Amil 12 07.01.2020: 0130 UTC: Posn: 21:23.90N – 072:17.14E, Alang Anchorage, India.
While anchored, persons in a small boat approached and boarded a barge, stole some scrap metal and escaped. Master noticed the persons and reported the incident to the Authorities who managed to apprehend the thieves.
005-20 RHL Clarita 22.01.2020: 0001 UTC: Posn: 03:42.6S – 114:25.2E, Taboneo Anchorage, Indonesia.
Duty crew onboard an anchored bulk carrier noticed the lock at the bosun store broken and ship’s properties stolen. The incident was reported to Port Control and local agent.
*** Ball cap of the week: Unmanned Systems magazine
*** Coffee mug of the week: Oxford University
*** Polo-Shirt of the week: PJM
*** Musical guest artist of the week: Jack Scott
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