JOTW 36-2021


Communication Leadership is the focus at the

#WeLeadComms Open Conference on #23September


JOTW 36-2021

September 6, 2021

The Free Job of the Week Newsletter

This is JOTW newsletter number 1,912


“No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another.”

– Charles Dickens


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***  Here are your JOTW job opportunities for this week:


1.)  Communication Specialist, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI


2.)  Director of Communications and Digital Marketing, Sioux Falls Stampede Hockey Club, United States Hockey League (USHL), Sioux Falls, SD


3.)  Communications Manager Gallatin River Task Force, Big Sky, MT


4.)  Public Affairs Specialist, National Science Foundation, Alexandria, Virginia


5.)  Communications Director, Indiana Apartment Association, Indianapolis, Indiana


6.)  Communications Manager, Clayton State University, Clayton, GA


7.)  Vice President of Communications, Victory Electric Cooperative Association, Dodge City, KS


8.)  Communications Specialist, University of New Orleans, Baton Rouge, LA


9.)  Manager, Communications, Carnival Cruise Line, Santa Clarita, CA


10.)  Manager, Corporate Communications – Digital, Midwest Dairy Association, Saint Paul, MN


11.)  Public Affairs Specialist, Incident Management Cadre of On-call Response/Recovery Employee (IM-CORE) Program, Federal Emergency Management Agency, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, Philadelphia, PA


12.)  Internal Communications Specialist, Holland America Line, Carnival Cruise Line, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON


13.)  Communications Executive, P&O Cruises, Carnival UK, SOUTHAMPTON, UNITED KINGDOM


14.)  Manager, Security Communications & Outreach, TikTok, Washington, DC,40_KE41,47.htm


15.)  Communications Manager, Nestle USA, Arlington, VA


16.)  Communications, Covariant, Berkeley, CA


17.)  Director of Marketing and Communications, Durham Bulls Baseball Club, Durham, NC


18.)  Director of Communications, Vast Broadband, Sioux Falls, SD


19.)  Public Affairs Specialist, U.S. Trade and Development Agency, Arlington, VA


20.)  Public Relations Specialist, STIHL Inc., Virginia Beach, VA


***  From Paul Hart:


21.)  Director of Marketing & Executive Communications, Support Solutions, Microsoft  Dallas, TX


22.)  Director of Strategic Communications Initiatives for Science (Remote), American Psychological Association, Washington, DC


23.)  Communications Manager- Global Corporate Advertising, BOEING, Chicago, IL


24.)  Director of Marketing & Communications, NOVA Parks, Fairfax Station, VA


25.)  Communications Project Coordinator, Milestone Technologies, Austin, TX—lead/job


26.)  Internal Communications Specialist, Perlick Corporation, Milwaukee, WI,-WI-jobs-j57744087.html?pbid=68763




28.)  Manager, Internal Communications – Animation, Netflix, Los Angeles, CA


29.)  Administrative Assistant, Public Policy and Communications, Canada, Netflix, Toronto, Canada


30.)  Events Strategy Coordinator, Outreach & Engagement, Netflix, Los Angeles, CA


31.)  Head of Brand and Communications, Merit America, APK Chowk, Washington, DC


32.)  Communications & Employer Branding Professional, LegalZoom, Austin, TX / San Mateo, CA /  Glendale, CA


33.)  Public Affairs Specialist, Bureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior, Salt Lake City, Utah


34.)  Director – Corporate Communications, Delta Dental of Rhode Island, Providence, RI


35.)  Marketing & Communications Manager, Forests Ontario, Barrie, Ontario, Canada


36.)  Senior Internal Communications Specialist, Urban Institute, Washington, DC


37.)  Executive Director of Media Relations and University Spokesperson, George Washington University, Foggy Bottom, Washington, DC


38.)  Research Center Communications Associate, National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership (NCMLP), George Washington University, Foggy Bottom, Washington, DC


39.)  Institute Specialist in Communications, Department of Health Policy and Management at the Milken Institute School, Public Health at the George Washington University, Foggy Bottom, Washington, DC


40.)  Senior Director, Communications, Procore Technologies, Carpinteria, CA–Communications


41.)  Internal Communications Specialist, Procore Technologies, Austin, TX


42.)  Internal Communications Specialist, Procore Technologies, New York, NY


43.)  Deputy Division Chief, Media Relations Division (COMMR), International Monetary Fund, Washington, DC–Media-Relations-Division–COMMR-_21-R1619


44.)  Marketing Communications Manager, 3D Molecular Designs, Milwaukee, WI


45.)  Science Communicator and Outreach Manager, Revive & Restore, Sausalito, California


46.)  Communications Specialist, Great Lakes Energy Cooperative, Boyne City, Michigan


47.)  Communications Specialist, Bureau for Management, USAID, Chenega MIOS, Washington, DC


48.)  Media and Communications Specialist, San Diego Gulls Hockey Club, San Diego, CA


49.)  Senior Manager, Corporate and Internal Communications, Volkswagen of America, Inc., Herndon, VA


50.)  Public Affairs Specialist (Speech Writer), Region 2, Environmental Protection Agency, New York, NY


***  From Erin V. Copland:




I’d like to post a job announcement with your site, newsletter, or network.


If you need any other information, please let me know.


Thank you,



Erin V. Copland

Acting Communications Manager

Outreach and Transition Specialist

National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START)

University of Maryland


51.)  Senior Researcher (University Rank: Principal Faculty Specialist / Assistant Research Scientist, or Associate Research Scientist), National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START), University of Maryland, College Park, MD


The National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) is hiring 2-3 senior researchers at the University of Maryland, College Park. These are full‐time positions, with an initial term of 12 months (starting in fall 2021), with potential for renewal given availability of funding. U.S. citizenship is required for these positions. ABDs are welcome to apply, but you must have been awarded and conferred your PhD by the end of the appointment to be eligible for a contract extension, contingent on the availability of funds.



START is embarking on an expanded research agenda on irregular warfare and asymmetric threats in addition to terrorism. To this end, START seeks highly motivated individuals to join a community of scholars dedicated to basic and applied research related broadly to national security, irregular warfare, and terrorism/counterterrorism.


These duties include but are not limited to:

  • Serve as Principal Investigator and/or Co-principal Investigator on sponsored awards
  • Primary authorship of research deliverables for projects
  • Peer‐review editing of deliverables and proposals with multi‐method research design
  • Database and codebook design
  • Quality control concerning multi‐method empirical analysis and data visualization
  • Proposal writing and research design
  • Represent research projects at professional meetings, academic conferences, and public-facing events.
  • Mentor junior staff in research methodology and areas of substantive expertise


Required Qualifications (All Ranks):

  • Demonstrated knowledge of data integration/aggregation, database design, and data framework development
  • Demonstrated knowledge in at least one of the following methodologies (including the ability to both communicate and design within those methodologies):

o             Statistical modeling (including, econometric/structural data, event data, survival analysis, forecasting models, etc.) from structured data sources

o             Computational modeling techniques (machine‐learning algorithms and structural topic modeling, social media analytics, automatic textual analysis) of unstructured data sources

o             Computational social science (such as agent‐based modeling)

o             Survey design and enumeration

  • Demonstrated knowledge of one of the following:

o             Comparative case study (historical)

o             Ethnographic methods

o             Key informant interviewing methodologies

o             Focus group methodologies

o             Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA)

o             Grounded theory

o             Discourse analysis

o             Regional and/or country expertise (with relevant language fluency) pertinent to geographic areas of research inquiry

  • Demonstrated knowledge of existing literature and theory related to at least one of the following:

o             International and/or transnational conflict processes involving violent non‐state actors

o             Counterterrorism and/or counterinsurgency

o             Preventing/countering violent extremism

o             Asymmetric threat and/or irregular warfare

o             Stabilization, security, transition and reconstruction operations

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a small team
  • Ability to handle pressure and meet deliverable deadlines
  • Flexibility to switch topic areas and tasks as projects require


Required Qualifications (Principal Faculty Specialist):

  • At least ABD in a social science or other relevant field (with letters of support about estimated finish date, if necessary)
  • At least one year of past research experience on topics related to this position


Required Qualifications (Assistant Research Scientist):

  • Ph.D. in social science or other relevant field
  • At least two years of past research experience on topics related to this position


Required Qualifications (Associate Research Scientist):

  • Ph.D. in social science or other relevant field
  • Five years research experience post-receipt of Ph.D.
  • At least five years past research experience (pre- or post-Ph.D.) on topics related to this position
  • At least two years of prior supervisory experience


Preferred Qualifications (All ranks):

  • Evidence of grant or competitively awarded funding, or revenue growth of a mission-driven organization
  • Familiarity with federal granting and funding processes
  • Publication track record on topics related to this position
  • Experience with overseas field research
  • Experience in implementing quality control procedures
  • Superior writing and presentation abilities
  • Experience and interest in curricular or professional education on topics related to this position
  • Experience interacting with the news media, including providing expert commentary on current national security issues.

The annual salary for this position will depend on education and experience, with the salary ranges of the UMD Research Faculty Ranks below:

  • Principal Faculty Specialist $75,000-$85,000
  • Assistant Research Scientist $85,000-$110,000
  • Associate Research Scientist $115,000-$125,000

Successful candidates will be eligible for standard University of Maryland benefits, including 22 days of annual leave, 3 personal days and 15 days of sick leave; paid parental leave; tuition remission; health and dental insurance; and retirement. Telework of up to 3 days per week is allowed, pending supervisor approval. More information regarding University of Maryland benefits is available here.


Applications will be accepted until position is filled, with a best consideration date of Tuesday, September 7, 2021, with applications to be reviewed on a rolling basis until all positions are filled, and an anticipated start date (to be negotiated with the successful candidates) in Fall 2021.


Please submit application materials by email with the subject line “START Senior Researcher” to START Executive Director Amy Pate at

  • a cover letter,
  • resume/CV with contact information for three references,
  • 2 short writing samples (~5 pages each) demonstrating methodological expertise(s) in different areas,
  • Statement (~1 page) highlighting current and future research interests


The University of Maryland, College Park, actively subscribes to a policy of equal employment opportunity, and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant because of race, age, gender, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, national origin, or political affiliation. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.


52.)  Communications Specialist, Seattle Public Library, City of Seattle, Seattle, WA


53.)  Communications Manager, Millar Western Forest Products Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada


54.)  Communication Specialist, Faith Technologies Inc., Menasha, WI—Menasha/Communication-Specialist_R1489


55.)  Communications Director, Pioneer Electric Cooperative (PEC), GREENVILLE, Alabama


56.)  Communications Specialist, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS


57.)  Communications, Liquidnet, New York, NY


58.)  Leader, External Communications, Office of the CEO, Deloitte, Arlington, Virginia,


***  From Bill Seiberlich:


59.)  Clean Earth, Public Relations Coordinator, King of Prussia, PA


60.)  Communications Manager, Gaudenzia, Norristown, PA


61.)  Director of Corporate Communications, Ignitist Inc., Harleysville Post Office, PA,36_KE37,49.htm?jl=1007265447855


62.)  Director Public Affairs & Government Relations, Regence BlueShield, Washington, DC


63.)  Manager, Communications, Branksome Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada


64.)  Communications Coordinator, Washington State University, Pullman, WA


65.)  Director of Campaign Communications, Washington State University, Pullman, WA


66.)  Public Relations/Communications Coord Senior, Washington State University, Pullman, WA


67.)  Communications Coordinator, BIC Corp, Shelton, CT


68.)  Communication & Marketing Specialist, The Energy Cooperative, Newark, Ohio


69.)  Social Media Team Manager, MindValley Labs Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


70.)  Communications Associate, Wells College, Aurora, NY


71.)  Internal Communications Manager, Corporate Communications, Tyler Technologies, Plano, TX


72.)  Communications Manager, St. Norbert Abbey, De Pere, WI


73.)  Internal Communications Manager, Bloom Energy, San Jose, CA


74.)  Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Delavan-Darien School District, Delavan, WI


75.)  Senior Communications Specialist – Well-Being, Diversity, Inclusion & Health Equity, JOHNS HOPKINS MEDICINE, Baltimore, MD, USA


76.)  Technology Communications Associate Manager, Facebook, Austin, TX


77.)  Internal Communications Manager – Minneapolis or Telecommute, U.S. Bank, Minneapolis, MN—Minneapolis-or-Telecommute_2021-0043318


78.)  Internal Communications Manager, 4G Clinical, LLC, Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina




80.)  Communication Manager, Boston Scientific Medical Device (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd., Penang, Malaysia


81.)  Senior Director of Marketing & Communications, Black Hills State University, Spearfish, SD


82.)  LEAD INTERDISCIPLINARY, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, U.S. Army Communications Electronics Command, Department of the Army, Aberdeen, MD


83.)  Communications Coordinator, LOUISIANA SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT, State of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, LA


84.)  Senior Director, Internal Communications and Employee Engagement, Centric Brands  New York, NY


85.)  Director of Communications, The Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington, South Burlington, VT


86.)  Press Secretary, The Concord Coalition, Arlington, VA


87.)  Corporate Communications Intranet Manager (Combination of Office Based & Home Based Role), Parexel, Durham, North Carolina


88.)  Senior Manager, Change Management Communications Design and Messaging, Parexel, Home Based, US (Temporary Role)


89.)  Editorial Specialist, Parexel, Home Based, US (Any region)


90.)  Communications Specialist – Corporate Communications, Maine Health, Portland, ME


91.)  Corporate Communications Manager I, TD Bank, Falmouth, ME


92.)  Associate Manager Communication, Philip Morris International, Petaling, Malaysia


93.)  Internal Communications Strategist, Utah Transit Authority, Salt Lake City, Utah


94.)  Senior Communications Specialist, Sanford Health, Sioux Falls, SD


95.)  Outreach Coordinator, Nebraska Rural Electric Association, Lincoln, Nebraska


96.)  Director, Internal Communications, Fresh, New York, NY


97.)  Communications Consultant – Customer Communications, Pinnacle West Capital Corporation, Phoenix, AZ


98.)  Communications Specialist, Miami University, Oxford, OH


99.)  Communications Manager, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA


100.)  Communications Specialist, TricorBraun, Oak Brook, Illinois


101.)  Communications Strategist / A&F – Corporate Communications (Kansas City), Burns & McDonnell, Kansas City, MO


102.)  Communications Manager, MMC Corp, Overland Park, KS,22_KE23,31.htm


103.)  Communications Manager – Public Affairs, MAYO CLINIC, Rochester, MN, USA


104.)  Lead Health Communication Specialist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA


105.)  Multi-Media Journalist, Diocese of Lansing, Lansing, MI


106.)  Press Secretary, American Business Immigration Coalition, Chicago, IL


107.)  Marketing / Communications Admin Assistant, Livingston HealthCare, Livingston, MT


108.)  Director of Internal Corporate Communications, MidFirst Bank, Oklahoma City, OK


109.)  Account Director: Media Relations, Social Good & Issue Advocacy, Sunshine Sachs, Washington, DC


110.)  Head of Internal & External Communications, Two Sigma, New York, NY


***  Your JOTW alternative selections:


111.)  Naturalist, Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center, West Yellowstone, MT


***  Weekly Piracy Report:


088-21   27.08.2021: 2200 UTC: Posn: 03:47.2N – 098:42.0E, Belawan Port, Indonesia.

Two robbers armed with knives boarded a berthed tanker, stole ship’s properties, and escaped. The theft was discovered by the duty crew during routine rounds after departure. The incident was reported to CSO.    2021-08-27


087-21   01.08.2021: 0330 UTC: Posn: 09:16.40N – 013:48.69W, Conakry Anchorage, Guinea.

Four persons in a motorboat, armed with guns and knives boarded an anchored bulk carrier. They took the bosun as hostage and entered the bridge. The duty officer managed to escape and raised the alarm on the PA system. The persons took the bosun to the Masters cabin and forced their way in. The robbers stole ship and Masters cash and other personal effects and forced the Master to accompany them to the forecastle from where they escaped. SSAS activated and port control notified who later boarded the ship for investigations.


086-21   20.08.2021: 1400 UTC: Posn: 01:15.0N – 104:06.5E, Singapore Straits.

Four robbers armed with knives boarded a bulk carrier underway. Alert duty crew raised the alarm and crew mustered. Seeing the alerted crew, the robbers escaped with stolen ship’s spares. Incident reported to Singapore VTIS.


***  Hat of the week:                                    Navy Exchange Service Command

***  Plastic Drink Cup of the week:          Blue Ridge Mountain Scout Reservation

***  Denim shirt of the Week:                    NetApp

***  Musical guest artist of the week:       Sniff ‘n’ the Tears


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