DePaul University’s Master’s in Professional Communication
June 28, 2021
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*** DePaul University’s Master’s in Professional Communication
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
1.) Communications & Operations Manager, Amigos de Santa Cruz Foundation, Santa Cruz La Laguna, Guatemala
2.) Communications Director, Congresswoman Dina Titus (NV-01), Washington, DC
3.) Marketing & Communications Specialist, Fairmont Le Montreux Palace, Accor, Riviera-Pays-d’Enhaut, Vaud, Switzerland
4.) SO/ SINGAPORE Marketing Communications Manager, SOFITEL, Accor, Singapore
5.) MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, SOFITEL LEGEND METROPOLE HANOI, SOFITEL, Accor, Ha Noi, Hanoi, Vietnam
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
6.) Sr Director Global Digital Marketing, Qlik, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
7.) Marketing Content Associate Manager, EPAM, Conshohocken, PA
8.) Hunger Prevention & Development and Communications Coordinator, Arm In Arm, Trenton, NJ
9.) Communications Manager, City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
10.) Senior Vice President, Communications, Austin Chamber of Commerce, Austin, TX
11.) Internal Communications Consultant, Global Compliance & Ethics, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Remote
12.) COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, National Breast Cancer Coalition, Washington D.C.
13.) Communications and Outreach Specialist, GS-0301-13 MP, National Science Foundation, Alexandria, VA
14.) Account Manager (Bioscience/Health Policy Communications), Schmidt Public Affairs, Alexandria, VA
15.) Digital Communications Specialist- Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA
16.) Assistant Director, Communications & Media Relations, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
*** From Kate Lee:
Hi Ned – hope you’ll have room for this job posting for a Communications Consultant role at Invesco.
Communications Director, Corporate and Internal Communications
17.) Communications Consultant (approx.. 1 year), Invesco, Atlanta GA
Innovation is at the core of Invesco’s vision and strategy for serving our clients, staying operationally efficient and staying competitive. The HR Digital Journey effort will modernize every aspect of HR, from upgrading our systems to Workday and ServiceNow as we reimagine the “future of work.” The result will be a more engaging employee digital experience for access to total rewards, learning and development, and in how employees obtain HR support.
As the Communications Lead for this effort, this role will report to Invesco’s Head of Global Internal Communications with a dotted line to the HR Program Director and the Change Management lead. This role will help strengthen Invesco’s employer brand and culture as we introduce more tools that support employees with their career growth, wellness, and overall employee experience.
This is a communications strategist role that will develop and execute change and internal communications across all aspects of the project.
- Develop end-to-end, Invesco-wide internal and change communications strategy to ensure that all audiences are informed on the changes to systems, processes, and new ways of working.
- Execute complete change strategy in partnership with Invesco’s Change Management team and external consultants to reduce change resistance, create sponsorship and project champions throughout the project lifecycle.
- Partner with key stakeholders to implement learning plans, manager coaching and internal resources.
- Develop company-wide communication campaigns to promote Invesco’s new HR service delivery and employee portal.
- Partner with regional communications colleagues to implement targeted communications.
- Strong knowledge of the fundamentals of change communications and employee communications
- Possess excellent communications planning and execution skills (writing, creative direction, utilization of innovative channels such as video, internal events, and internal social media) in partnership with Invesco graphic design and video studio teams
- Experience with internal HR technology transformation projects
- Strong collaboration, teamwork and relationship building skills
- Able to work in a fast-paced environment and manage multiple deliverables and timelines
- Education: BA or a minimum of 5 years’ experience in large-scale change communications programs, preferably with a global internal audience
- Strong knowledge of MS Teams, PowerPoint, Yammer and SharePoint Online
This role will begin June/July 2021 part-time and will become a dedicated full-time role later in 2021. The Communications Consultant will support the project through the “go live” phase, anticipated in mid-2022 (approximately one year).
Submit resume and cover letter to InvescoCommunications@invesco.com
18.) PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST (SOCIAL MEDIA), Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Department of Defense, Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia
19.) Communications Manager (Public Relations Officer 1), Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center (APARC), Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI), Stanford University, Stanford, California
20.) Manager of Communications, U.S. Grains Council, Washington D.C.
21.) Communications Director – DC Based, Chesapeake Climate Action Network, Temporarily Remote, Washington, DC
22.) Public Relations Manager, Gaylord Hotels, Marriott, National Harbor, MD
23.) Director Marketing & Communication, Le Méridien Jakarta, Le Méridien, Marriott, Jakarta, Indonesia
24.) Multi-Property Director of Marketing Communications, Amman Marriott Hotel, Marriott, Amman, Jordan
25.) VP Global Communications, Roku, San Jose, CA
26.) Global Branding and Communications Manager – Mobility, Axalta, Detroit, MI
27.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Axalta Coating Systems Ltd., Glen Mills, PA / High Point, NC
28.) Communications Coordinator, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY
29.) Lead Communications Consultant, Duke Energy, Washington, DC
30.) Coordinator, Communications, Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution, Burbank, CA
31.) Vice President, Documentary Films, National Geographic Partners LLC (NGP), a joint venture between Disney and the National Geographic Society, New York, New York
32.) Coordinator, Communications (Ad Sales), Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution, New York, New York
33.) Communications Specialist- GE Aviation, GE, Lynn, MA
34.) Communications Specialist – Contract Position, Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office (SCDAO), Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston, MA
35.) Director of Communications, Internews Network, Washington D.C.
36.) Public Affairs Specialist (External Affairs Officer Type II), Federal Emergency Management Agency, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, Maynard, MA
37.) Communications Specialist, Moraine Park Technical College, Fond du Lac, WI
38.) Communications Advisor, SoCalGas, Los Angeles, CA
39.) Website Project Manager – Webmaster, SoCalGas, Los Angeles, CA
40.) Public Affairs Manager, SoCalGas, Los Angeles, CA
41.) Public Relations Senior Specialist- Global Public Relations, SAP, Palo Alto, CA
42.) SAP France & Belux Communications Manager (F/M), SAP, Levallois-Perret, France
43.) Intern (f/m/d): Marketing, Communications and Community Coordinator, SAP, Berlin, Germany
44.) Communications Associate, Wells College, Aurora, NY
45.) Assistant Vice-President (AVP), Communications (Americas), Moody’s Corporation, New York, NY
46.) AVP – Marketing & Engagement (Americas Marketing Communication), Moody’s Shared Services – Moody’s Risk Assessment (MRA), Moody’s Corporation, New York, NY
47.) AVP – Marketing Communications, APAC, Moody’s Shared Services – Moody’s Risk Assessment (MRA), Moody’s Corporation, Hong Kong / Singapore
48.) Public Affairs Specialist, Public Affairs Office (PAO), Army Installation Management Command, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Fort Drum, NY
49.) Press Secretary, States United Democracy Center, Washington, DC
*** From Mac’s List:
50.) Marketing and Communications Manager, Sunshine Division, Portland, OR
51.) Communications and Community Engagement Manager, Advantis Credit Union, Milwaukie, OR
52.) Senior Communications Representative (Coordinator III), Bureau of Environmental Services (BES), City of Portland, Portland, OR
53.) Communications Specialist, Beacon Mobility (Van Pool), Framingham, MA
54.) Communications Manager, Bike East Bay, Oakland, CA
55.) Strategic Communications Consultant, nTech Workforce, Baltimore, MD
56.) Marketing and Communications Coordinator, American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET), Rockville, Maryland
57.) Manager, Brand Marketing, The North Face, Denver, CO
58.) Communications Content Manager, CaptionCall, Salt Lake, Utah
59.) Public Affairs Specialist, Robley Rex VA Medical Center, Veterans Health Administration, DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS, Louisville, KY
60.) Communications Manager, Division of Marketing & Communications, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado
61.) Vice President – EMEA Communications, Fiserv, Inc., Brookfield, WI
*** From Andrew Hudson’s Jobs List:
62.) Assistant Vice Chancellor, Strategic Communications, University of Colorado Denver, Denver, Colorado
63.) Executive Communications Specialist, Lockheed Martin, Denver, Colorado
64.) Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Brewers Association, Boulder, Colorado
65.) Internal Communications Specialist, BRMi, Vienna, VA
66.) Sr. Director of Marketing and Communications, The New Jewish Home, New York, New York
67.) Communications Manager, Johns Hopkins Health System, Baltimore, Maryland
68.) Marketing & Communications Manager, The League for People with Disabilities, Baltimore, MD
69.) Communications Specialist, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia
70.) Director, Policy Communications, Coinbase, Boston, MA
71.) Sr Communications Mgr, H&R Block, Kansas City, Kansas
72.) Senior Director, International Communications, Index Ventures, San Mateo, CA
73.) Public Relations Specialist – Clearance Required, Logistics Management Institute, Fort Belvoir, VA
74.) Marketing and Communications Manager, GEMINI INDUSTRIES, Fort Belvoir, VA
75.) Communications Specialist (MGM National Harbor), MGM Resorts International, National Harbor, MD
76.) Director of Communications, Louisburg College, Louisburg, North Carolina
77.) Head of Field Marketing APAC, Zoom Video Communications, Washington, DC
78.) Financial Analysis & Communications Specialist, MassMutual, Boston, MA
79.) Professional II – Corporate Communications, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO
80.) EMEA Sales Communications Manager, Rockwell Automation, Hamburg, NY
81.) Communications Specialist, Northeastern University, ROXBURY CROSSING, MASS.
82.) Corporate Communication and PR Manager, Global Partners LP, Waltham, Massachusetts
*** JOTW Alternative selection for this week:
83.) Wilderness Fuels Module Swamper, Crew Member, Sierra Institute for Environment and Community, Lassen Volcanic National Park (LVNP), California
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
063-21 15.06.2021: 1650 UTC: Posn: 14:33.8N – 120:55.4E, Manila Anchorage, Philippines.
Duty watchman on routine rounds onboard an anchored container ship noticed around four persons in a small boat under the forecastle. He immediately informed the duty officer who sent the second security watchman to assist. Seeing the watchmen, the persons started their boat’s engine and moved away. A search was carried out. The paint store was found broken into and ship’s stores stolen. VTMS Manila informed.
062-21 09.06.2021: 1530 UTC: Posn: 14:33.4N – 120:55.2E, Manila Anchorage, Philippines.
Unnoticed, robbers boarded an anchored container ship and escaped with ship’s stores. The theft was noticed by the duty crew during routine rounds. Coast guard informed.
*** Ball cap of the week: United
*** Coffee cup of the week: USS Constitution
*** T-shirt of the Week: Bar Harbor
*** Musical guest artist of the week: Andra Day
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