DePaul University’s Master’s in Professional Communication
August 16, 2021
The Free Job of the Week Newsletter
This is JOTW newsletter number 1,910
“Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.”
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*** DePaul University’s Master’s in Professional Communication
DePaul University’s College of Communication is excited to launch the Master’s in Professional Communication which will start in Fall 2021. This one-year, fully online program prepares mid-career communication professionals for leadership roles on teams and within organizations. Students will benefit from extensive cross-college expertise, engaging in real-world problem-solving while building a valuable professional network.
*** JOTW Strategic Communications Survey
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*** From Woody Goulart:
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*** Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:
*** From Juliet Glassroth:
I am hoping that you can run this job posting in an upcoming issue of the newsletter:
Director, External Communications
Population Services International (PSI)
Washington DC or Remote Work within the US
An outstanding opportunity for a seasoned global health and development communicator. Help position PSI as the development NGO of the further by leading its corporate, practice, and internal communications functions as well as creative services. Oversee the development and implementation of PSI’s communications strategy and lead a team of talented professionals in a rewarding position working for a mission driven organization. Learn more and apply here.
Many thanks for your getting the word out on this great opportunity!
1.) Director, External Communications, Population Services International (PSI), Washington DC, or Remote work within the US
2.) Digital Media Strategist, Congressional Medal of Honor Society, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
3.) Marketing and Communications Coordinator, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
4.) Communications Specialist, City of Blaine, Blaine, MN
5.) Director, Executive Communications, Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, Palo Alto, California
6.) Marketing Communications Manager (Koch Engineered Solutions (KES) Global Marketing Communications Manager, Koch, Wichita, KS
7.) Sr. Internal Communications Specialist, Molex, Koch, Lisle, Illinois
8.) Marketing Communications Manager (Koch Engineered Solutions (KES) Global Marketing Communications Manager, Koch, Atlanta, Georgia
9.) Assistant to the Senior Deputy Director of External Affairs, Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York
*** From Laura Wooster:
Hi Ned! Could you please include the following job listing in the next JOTW? Thank you!
10.) PR Manager, DISCO, Austin, TX or remote
11.) Manager, Corporate Communications, Marriott Vacations Worldwide, Orlando, FL
12.) Manager, Social Media, Marriott Vacations Worldwide, Orlando, FL
13.) Editorial Director, Marriott Vacations Worldwide, Orlando, FL
14.) Director of Athletic Communications, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania
*** From Luana Bossolo:
Passing along the following information about another job opening. Hope you can share this through your newsletter.
The American Psychological Association (APA) Communications Office is seeking a Director of Strategic Communications Initiatives for Science.
Applications should be submitted through the APA online jobs portal. The position reports to Kim Mills, Senior Director for Strategic External Communications and Public Affairs. Kim’s team handles media relations for APA and produces our podcast Speaking of Psychology.
Senior Director, Strategic Public Engagement and Community Outreach
American Psychological Association
15.) Director of Strategic Communications Initiatives for Science (and Portfolio Lead), American Psychological Association, Washington, DC
16.) Director Communications, Amputee Coalition, Washington, DC
17.) Account Director, Consumer and Brand, Zeno Group, LONDON, UK
18.) Account Manager (Integrated Communications), Zeno Group, SINGAPORE
19.) Sr. Vice President, Corporate Communications, Zeno Group, Chicago, IL
*** From Dino Delić:
20.) Content Marketing Manager – Eastern US or Eastern Canada, Ivalua, United States
21.) Marketing Communications Specialist, Allen Press. Lawrence, KS
22.) SVP, Marketing & Communications, Caliburn International, Reston, VA
23.) Senior Manager, Corporate Communications (Can Be Remote), Dun & Bradstreet, Jacksonville, FL
*** From Paul Hart:
Here’s one that came over the transom. I’d rate ESG as very much a communications function.
24.) Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Advisor, Genel Energy PLC, London, England, United Kingdom
25.) Assistant Director – Athletics Communications, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
26.) Corporate Communications Manager, Global Real Asset Manager, Selby Jennings, Rugby, England, United Kingdom
27.) Marketing Communications Manager, t Nelson Laboratories, a Sotera Health Company, Salt Lake City, Utah
28.) Coordinator, Corporate Communications, Washington Football Team, Landover, MD
29.) Vice President, Media Relations, U.S. Travel Association, Washington, DC
30.) Manager of Grassroots Communications and Engagement, National Association of Community Health Centers, Alexandria, Virginia
*** From Paula Kiger:
31.) Life Sciences/Health Care Editor, SmartBrief (part of Future plc), Remote
32.) Multimedia Specialist II-Carlos Alvarez College of Business, The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX
33.) Director, Media Relations and Public Affairs, Finseca, Washington, DC
34.) Communications Manager, National Recreation and Park Association, Ashburn, Virginia
35.) Senior Director of Marketing and Communications, The HR Team, Washington, DC
36.) Assistant Director, Marketing & Communications, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
*** From Bridget Ann Serchak:
This really is the Job of the Week…
Bridget Ann Serchak
37.) Public Engagement Assistant, U.S. Embassy, Kabul, Afghanistan
38.) Director, Communications & Public Relations, United Soccer League, Tampa, FL
39.) Vice President, Corporate Communications (Investment Management) – Hong Kong, BNY Mellon, Hong Kong, China
40.) Director of News and Media Relations, University of Mississippi, University, MS
41.) Marketing Communications Associate, Tradeshows and Events, Stryker, Portage, Michigan
42.) Senior Communications Associate, IT for Change, Bengaluru, India
*** From Bill Seiberlich:
43.) Digital Strategist, The Granicus Experience Group (GXG), Philadelphia, PA
44.) Director Marketing & Strategic Communications, Pitcairn, Jenkintown, PA
45.) Communications Manager, Philadelphia Parks & Recreation (PPR), City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
46.) Director of Football Communications, Army West Point Athletic Association, West Point, New York
*** From Will Bohlen:
My client in DC is looking to fill this Policy Communications Specialist position. Please feel free to include in your next newsletter.
47.) Policy Communications Specialist, National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), Washington, DC
48.) Director, Corporate Communications, Wellington Management Company, LLP, Boston, MA
49.) Director Of Media Relations, McNicholas & Associates, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
*** From Jayne Gillis:
This looks like a great position to share plus it’s remote.
50.) Senior Director, Development & Communications, National Urban Fellows, Washington, DC (Remote)
51.) Communications Strategist, Greystar, Charleston, South Carolina
52.) Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Student Senate for California Community Colleges, Sacramento, California
53.) Marketing & Communications Coordinator, National Association of College & University Food Services, East Lansing, Michigan
54.) Assistant Director of Communications, Atlantic 10 Conference, Newport News, Virginia
55.) Senior Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Newark, NJ
56.) Senior Communications Officer – Digital Communications and Engagement, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, New Delhi, India
57.) Scientific Specialist, Medical Communications, USA – Any Region, Home Based
58.) PR Communications Manager, SEA, Schroders Investment Management, Singapore
59.) Communications Manager, North Central Accountable Community of Health, East Wenatchee, WA
60.) Assistant Coordinator/Athletic Communications, Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi
61.) Communications Specialist, National School Public Relations Association, Rockville, Maryland
62.) Social Media & Content Manager, Liberty in North Korea, Los Angeles, California
63.) Marketing and Communications Director, Silvercrest Management, The Salvation Army, Seattle, WA
64.) Communications Associate, Yeshiva University, New York, New York
65.) Senior Director, External Medical Communications, Sage Therapeutics, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Remote)
66.) Senior Director, Corporate Communications, Sage Therapeutics, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Remote)
67.) Associate Director, Medical Communications Sage Therapeutics, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Remote)
68.) Corporate Comms Manager, Social Impact, PayPal, Washington, DC
69.) Internal Communications Director (Remote), Citizens Bank,Jackson, MS
70.) Director of Communications, Saint Mary’s College Athletics, Moraga, California
71.) Chief Development and Communications Officer, Girls Leadership, Oakland, California
72.) Communications Executive. Morgan McKinley, London, United Kingdom
73.) Senior Communications Manager, Executive & Digital Strategies, American Heart Association, Wichita, KS
74.) Communications Specialist, Trupanion, Seattle, Washington
75.) Associate Director of Development & Communications, Executive Service Corps of Southern California, Los Angeles, California
76.) Internal Communications Specialist, City of Olathe, Olathe, KS
77.) Director, Marketing and Communications, Verint Systems, Inc., Jackson, MS
78.) Assistant Director of Communications (WBB/Tennis), Kansas Athletics Inc., Lawrence, KS
79.) Communication and Public Relations Administrator, Los Alamos County, Los Alamos, NM
80.) Director of Media Services, The City of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, NC
81.) Internal Communications Intern, CBRE Global Workplace Solutions (GWS), Bellevue, Washington
82.) Marketing and Communications, Bridgton Academy, North Bridgton, Maine
83.) Communications Consultant, Fidelity Investments, Albuquerque, NM
84.) Communications Consultant, Education for Inclusion and Gender Equality, UNESCO, Paris, France
85.) Communications Generalist, Public Health – Seattle & King County, Seattle, WA
86.) Associate Director of Communications, Cal Performances, Berkeley, California
87.) Communication and Engagement Manager, RECOFTC, Bangkok, Thailand
88.) Marketing & Communications Coordinator, Edwards County Medical Center, Kinsley, Kansas
89.) Assistant Manager, Communications, Warner Media, Singapore
90.) Director of Strategic Communications & External Affairs, Global Ties U.S., Washington, DC
91.) Communications Manager, Metropolitan Builders Association of Greater Milwaukee, Waukesha, Wisconsin
*** Your JOTW alternative selections:
None this week
*** Weekly Piracy Report:
080-21 31.07.2021: 2245 UTC: Posn: 05:35.3N – 000:03.2E, Tema Anchorage, Ghana.
Duty officer onboard an anchored container ship noticed three persons in a skiff approaching the vessel. Master and crew notified, and fire hoses directed towards the skiff resulting in the persons aborting and moving away. After around 30 minutes the crew noticed the skiff approaching again, but due to the hardening measures, the skiff moved away. Port Control notified.
*** Hat of the week: HMAS Swan
*** Coffee cup of the week: Mt. Chase Lodge – Shin Pond, Maine – Where the adventure begins
*** T-shirt of the Week: Clean Hawaii
*** Musical guest artist of the week: Arch Echo
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DePaul University’s Master’s in Professional Communication