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This is JOTW newsletter number 1,850
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This edition of JOTW comes to you from Springfield, Virginia.
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*** Your Very Next Step!
Your Very Next Step newsletter for March / April 2020
By Ned Lundquist
This edition of YVNS was sent to YVNS readers from Springfield, Virginia.
The March / April 2020 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 and internship opportunities
21 travel/conservation/adventure jobs
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
1.) Branded Content and Social Media Writer, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Washington, DC
2.) Public Relations Manager, Curriculum Associates, North Billerica, MA
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
3.) Manager, US Internal Communications. Hikma, Berkeley Heights, NJ
4.) Manager – Public Relations, AmerisourceBergen, Conshohocken, PA
5.) Manager, Media Relations & Executive Communications, ARKEMA, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
6.) Public Affairs Specialist (Outreach Team Lead), U.S. Agency for International Development, Washington, District of Columbia
7.) Sr Manager, Internal Communications, SK hynix America, New York, NY
8.) Internship Research & Development – Communication, HIVE Foods Innovation Centre, Unilever, Wageningen, Netherlands
9.) Communications Coordinator, Westbank First Nation, Westbank, British Columbia, Canada,
10.) Communication & Membership Manager, Cella, Washington, DC
11.) Corporate Communications Associate, General Mills Services, Inc., Minneapolis, MN
12.) Brand Experience Planner – Reese’s Puffs, General Mills Inc. Minneapolis, MN
13.) Marketing Communications Manager – Strategic Planning – Meals & Baking, General Mills Inc. Minneapolis, MN
14.) Internal Communications, Network Communication & Engagement, Merck KGaA, Burlington, NC
15.) Senior Manager, Global Neurology & Immunology Communications (all genders), Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
16.) Marketing Communication Specialist, Bioprocessing Consumables, Merck KGaA, Bedford, MA
17.) Spokesperson/Public Relations Manager, Wallethub, Washington, DC
18.) Communications, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, New York, NY
19.) Strategic Communications Manager – CSCM, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Washington, DC
20.) Employee Relations Manager – Human Resources, Hawaii Pacific Health, Honolulu, HI
21.) Corporate Communications Director, Zayo Group, Boulder, CO
23.) Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist (Social Media), Office of Public Communication, DoD Production, Social Media, Defense Media Activity, Department of Defense, Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia
24.) Director of Communications, Rocky View Schools, Airdrie, Alberta, Canada
25.) Director of Public Relations and Communications, Othello School District #147, Othello, WA
26.) VP Investor Relations and Corporate Communications, Primo Water Corporation, Cott Holdings Inc., Tampa, FL
27.) VP, Media Relations, AIG, New York, NY
28.) Assistant Vice President, Internal Communications, Church Pension Group Services Corporation, New York, NY
29.) Public Affairs Specialist, Army Installation Management Command, Department of the Army, Fort Hamilton, New York
30.) Vice President, Head of Corporate Communications, American Century Investments, Kansas City, MO
31.) Sr. Vice President, Public Relations, TVOne, Silver Spring, MD
32.) Communications Manager, The Vincit Group, Chattanooga, TN
33.) Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Hopelab, San Francisco, California
34.) PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST (SOCIAL MEDIA), American Forces Network-Europe (AFNE), Defense Media Activity, Department of Defense, Sembach, Germany
35.) Senior Account Executive, JPA Health Communications, Washington, D.C.
36.) Vice President, JPA Health Communications, Boston, Mass.
37.) nteractive Designer, JPA Health Communications, Washington, D.C.
38.) Marketing Communications Manager, Middle East Broadcasting Networks, Inc., Springfield, VA
39.) Communications Collaboration Lead, Summit Information Solutions, Alexandria, VA
40.) Total Rewards, Talent Development & Content Development Communications Representative, Northrop Grumman, Falls Church, VA 2
41.) Corporate Communications Specialist, William Osler Health System – Greater Toronto Area, Brampton, Ontario, Canada
42.) Executive Communications Lead – CEO Speechwriter, Cigna, Bloomfield CT
43.) Supervisory Editor (Developmental), Office of Overseas Programming and Training Support (OPATS), Peace Corps, Washington, District of Columbia
44.) Manager, Media Relations and Communications, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Toronto, ON, Canada
45.) Associate Brand Manager, Ice Cream Operations, Unilever, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
46.) Senior Manager, Communications, Illumina, San Diego, CA
47.) Brand & Communications Manager, Ark Foods, New York, NY
48.) Executive Vice President, Crisis Communications, Rubenstein Public Relations, New York, NY
49.) Senior Vice President or Executive Vice President, City / Nonprofit Practice, Rubenstein Public Relations, New York, NY
50.) Account Coordinator, Rubenstein Public Relations, New York, NY
51.) Director, Internal Communications, The Travelers Companies, Hartford, CT
52.) ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS (FOOD & AGRICULTURE), The Glover Park Group, Washington, DC
53.) Health Communications Specialist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Health And Human Services, Hyattsville, Maryland
54.) Head of Marketing and Communications, Marlborough College Malaysia, Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia
55.) Communications Specialist, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, San Francisco, California
56.) Communications Associate, Food & Health, Rockefeller Foundation, New York, NY
57.) Public Relations Account Director, Highwire, Chicago, IL, US
58.) Corporate Communications Coordinator, Smithfield Foods, Smithfield, VA
59.) Corporate Communications and PR Manager, Perdue Farms, Inc., Salisbury, MD
60.) Communications Associate, Learning Policy Institute, Washington, DC
61.) Digital Writer and Editor, Ford Foundation, NEW YORK,NEW YORK
62.) Public Relations Manager, Western Governors University, Chicago, IL
*** From Helene Perdu:
Hi Ned, would you mind including our latest job posting in this week’s newsletter?
63.) Manager, Clyde Group, Washinhgton, DC
Clyde Group, A Washington-based Public Affairs PR Agency, is currently hiring for a Manager. We are seeking a rising star to join our communications agency. Our managers play a key leading role on 3 to 5 client accounts, helping to identify new tactics, grow client relationships, place media stories, conduct research, track client successes and participate in the business development process.
To apply, please submit a current resume and writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to put “Manager Application” in the subject line.
64.) Senior Communications Designer, JLL, San Francisco, CA
65.) Head of Business Communications – Public Affairs & Communication, U.S. Bank, Minneapolis, MN
66.) Communications Strategist, Sr., Chelan County PUD, Wenatchee, Washington
67.) Community Engagement Associate, Takoma Park Silver Spring Co-op, Takoma Park, MD
68.) Regional Communications Manager, Asia Pacific, The Lubrizol Corporation, Shanghai, China
69.) Communications Manager, College Excellence Program (CEP), The Aspen Institute, Washington, D.C.
70.) Student Cooperative for Communications Team (PAID), Office of the Inspector General, USPS, Arlington, VA
71.) Multimedia Manager – Communications, Wespath Benefits and Investments, Glenview, Illinois
72.) Communications Specialist, Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, District of Columbia
73.) Head of Media Relations & Multiplier Engagement, Siemens, Orlando, FL
74.) Emergency Communications Specialist, Grand Junction Regional Communication Center, Grand Junction, CO
75.) Senior Associate of Communications, JASA, New York, New York
76.) Communications Manager, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Washington D.C.
77.) Marketing Coordinator, Newark Community Cooperative Inc., Newark, DE
78.) Marketing Communication and Brand Strategist I, II or Senior, Tri-State G&T Assn., Inc., Westminster, Colorado
79.) Senior Manager – Internal Communications & Engagement (US Supply Chain), Mondelez International, Inc., East Hanover, NJ
80.) Chief Strategic Communications Officer, The QTI Group, Washington, District of Columbia
81.) External Communications Associate Manager, Mondelez International, Inc., San Isidro, Buenos Aires, Argentina
82.) Chief Strategic Communications Officer, The QTI Group, Washington, District of Columbia
83.) Digital Communication Analyst, Erka Media Inc., City of Industry, CA
84.) Senior Marketing Communications Manager, leisure & hospitality industry client, Ambition Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
85.) PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR (Phoenix), Interdependence Public Relations, Phoenix, AZ
86.) Membership Engagement and Communications Manager, International Funders for Indigenous Peoples, San Francisco, CA (Flexible)
87.) Director, Media Relations, Emergent BioSolutions, Gaithersburg, MD
88.) Director of Communications, East Foundation San Antonio, Texas
89.) Public Information Officer 2/Senior Writer/Editor, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix, Arizona
90.) Senior IT Communications Analyst, Seattle Genetics, Bothell, WA
91.) Social Media & Strategic Communications Admin, Jacksonville Transportation, Jacksonville, FL
*** Your JOTW alternate selections for this week:
92.) Cemetery Representative (OA), Veterans Affairs, National Cemetery Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs, Santa Nella, California
93.) FARM SERVICES (manure and mortality system), Dalhart Live Pork Operation, JBS Carriers, Inc., Dalhart, TX
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
083-20 15.05.2020: Posn: Off Ivory Coast.
A fishing vessel carrying out fishing activities was boarded and hijacked by ten pirates. Upon receiving the distress message, the IMB Piracy Reporting Centre (IMB PRC) immediately started liaising with the Regional authorities and the vessel operators. A Nigerian navy patrol vessel intercepted and boarded the hijacked vessel, apprehended the pirates rescued the crew and escorted the fishing vessel to a safe port. All crew report safe.
082-20 18.05.2020: 1315 UTC: Posn: 01:13.3N – 104:06.5E, Singapore Straits.
Six robbers armed with machetes boarded a barge under tow. Three duty watchmen onboard the barge were threatened by the robbers. One watchman was taken hostage while the other two watchmen managed to escape and raise the alarm. Seeing the alerted crew the robbers escaped with the watchmen’s stolen mobile phones. Authorities informed and they boarded the vessel for investigation.
081-20 09.05.2020: 1548 UTC: Posn: 01:15.2N – 104:05.8E, Singapore Strait.
Five robbers armed with knives boarded a Bulk Carrier underway. They injured the duty crew on watch and stole his personal properties. Alarm raised and crew mustered. Seeing crew alertness the robbers escaped with stolen ship’s properties. Incident reported to VTIS.
080-20 17.05.2020: 1925 UTC: Posn: 05:53.95S – 105:59.07E, Merak Anchorage, Indonesia.
Three robbers armed with long knives in a small boat boarded an anchored tanker using a ladder. They forced their way into the steering gear room after breaking the padlock. Alarm raised and crew mustered. Hearing the alarm, the robbers escaped in their boat. A search was carried out. It was reported that engine spares were stolen. Port Control was informed.
078-20 16.05.2020: 1830 UTC: Posn: Anyer Anchorage, Indonesia.
Duty crew on routine rounds onboard an anchored tanker noticed a robber armed with a knife. OOW informed and alarm raised. While retreating into the accommodation, the duty crew spotted another robber emerging from the emergency steering room. Crew mustered, and the robbers were seen escaping in their boat. A search was carried out and engine spares were reported missing.
077-20 16.05.2020: 2100 UTC: Posn: 01:05.3N – 104:10.8E, Tanjung Uban Anchorage, Indonesia.
Duty crew on routine rounds, onboard an anchored product tanker noticed three robbers armed with knives. The crew raised the alarm and retreated into the accommodation. Crew mustered. Seeing the alerted crew, the robbers escaped. Nothing was reported stolen. Vessel and crew safe.
076-20 15.05.2020: 2100 – 2230 UTC: Posn: Belawan Port, Indonesia.
Unnoticed, robbers boarded a berthed product tanker and stole ship’s stores. The incident was noticed after the completion of cargo operations. Incident reported to Port Authority.
SUS-01 SUSPICIOUS: THIS INCIDENT WILL NOT BE INCLUDED IN THE STATISTICS
14.05.2020 : 0130 UTC : Posn: 04:34.70N ‐ 002:29.90E, Around 107nm South Of Cotonou, Benin
Two skiffs were noticed following a Ro- Ro Vessel underway at a distance of 2.5nm. The master, increased speed, altered course and notified the IMB Piracy Reporting Center (IMB PRC). Upon receiving the message, the IMB PRC immediately alerted the Authorities in the Region, and commenced liaising with the authorities and vessel operators. The skiffs stopped following the vessel and moved away after around one hour.
075-20 03.05.2020 : 0300 UTC : Posn: 00:30.50N ‐ 009:06.21E, Around 22nm WNW of Libreville, Gabon.
Unknown persons attacked a fishing vessel. Three crews were reported kidnapped. The incident was reported to the Gabon Authorities who then escorted the remaining crew back to a safe port.
*** Ball Cap of the week: Navy Exchange Service Command
*** Coffee mug of the week: Production Management Systems – Northrop – Electro-Mechanical Division – Electronics Systems Group
*** T-Shirt of the week: Lloyds List
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