JOTW 30-2021


DePaul University’s Master’s in Professional Communication



JOTW 30-2021

July 26, 2021

The Free Job of the Week Newsletter

This is JOTW newsletter number 1,907


“If I wished to see a mountain or other scenery under the most favorable auspices, I would go to it in foul weather, so as to be there when it cleared up; we are then in the most suitable mood, and nature is most fresh and inspiring. There is no serenity so fair as that which is just established in a tearful eye.”

– Henry David Thoreau, The Maine Woods


This edition of JOTW comes to you from Dulles International Airport, Virginia.


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This is the award-winning free Job of the Week e-mail networking newsletter for professional communicators, dedicated to the positive unanticipated consequences of networking, or as we call it, “nedworking.”  JOTW is a cooperative service.  That means JOTW relies on the contributions of its members, like you.  We share job opportunities, news and information about the job market, as well as swapping stories about life’s peculiarities.  We connect you with others who are like you, and together we help each other.  What a concept.  Did I mention it’s free?


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***  This week’s Can’t Wait postings:


None this week.


Can’t Wait jobs:  These jobs are forwarded to the entire list as soon as they are received, and do not wait for the Monday newsletter, and are posted prominently on the JOTW website.  Then they are posted first in the weekly JOTW newsletter.  Can’t Wait postings cost $300.  Contact Ned at


***  This week’s Top Jobs:


None this week.


Top Jobs:  Stand above the rest.  Your job can be right here, at the top of the weekly JOTW newsletter.  Top job placement costs $100 per job per week.  To be on top, contact Ned at


***  If you find out about a job opportunity in communications, send it to me (,   and I’ll share it with the JOTW network.


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***  One Paragraph Pitch:


None this week.


***  Send your One Paragraph Pitch submissions to   You can pitch yourself or your business any way you want, as long as it’s short and to the point.  You can include a photo, too! There is no waiting list.  Or, if there is, the queue is pretty short.  And it’s free!  Submit yours today!


***  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


The Results are in.  Organizations value communications more than ever.


That’s according to the 2021 JOTW Strategic Communications Survey – by Ned’s Job of the Week, an email newsletter and Sword and the Script Media, a PR and marketing consultancy for B2B technology.


See the results here:


***  Free defense industry jobs newsletter


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***  Ned’s upcoming travel, maybe, perhaps:


July 26-30                            San Diego, CA

Aug. 24-28                           San Diego, CA

Sept. 11-21                         Newport Beach, CA / Honolulu, Hawaii / Poipu, Kauai, Hawaii

Oct. 21-24                            Los Angeles, CA

Nov 10-18                            London, UK


***  Your Very Next Step!



The latest issue of Your Very Next Step newsletter is available online NOW!


The May/June 2021 issue of Your Very Next Step newsletter is now available

By Ned Lundquist

This edition of YVNS was sent to YVNS readers from Key West, Florida.




Lots of travel and adventure news, vacation ideas, tips and features.

8 cool volunteer and internship opportunities

25 travel/conservation/adventure jobs


Check it out, because your next adventure begins with your very next step.

“Your Very Next Step” adventure/outdoors/conservation newsletter, published by Ned Lundquist, is a cooperative community, and everyone is invited, no…encouraged, no…urged to participate.   Share your adventures with the network today!  Send to


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Do you have any interesting travel and adventure stories, tips, suggestions, adventures or destinations to share?  Send to Ned at for the next issue of YVNS.


***  From Woody Goulart:


If you are like millions who are seeking employment in the wake of the contagious virus, there is insightful free online information for you. (produced by JOTW blogger Woody Goulart) shows you how you can successfully start audio and video streaming over the internet from where you now are living without traveling to an external workplace or employer location. The website contains suggestions for real-world strategies and tactics you can put to use to generate revenue through the use of today’s proven streaming audio and video channels.


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


1.)  Advanced Internal Communications Specialist, General Dynamics Mission Systems, Inc., Fairfax, VA


***  From Angela Lapre:


Hi Ned!


Hope you are well. I wanted to kindly see if you can share my new communications manager job opening here at Avellino. It’s a great opportunity for a professional looking to take their skills to the next level and really wants to dig into a lot of different aspects within strategic communications.


Thanks so much!






2.)  Communications Manager, Avellino, Menlo Park, California


***  From Frank Strong:


3.)  Association Director – Public Relations & Communications, YMCA of San Diego County, San Diego, CA


4.)  Head of Communications, British Antarctic Survey, Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), Cambridge, UK


5.)  Director, Corporate Communications and Affairs, Etsy, Brooklyn, NY


6.)  Communications Manager, Dance/NYC, New York, New York


7.)  Sr. Manager, Lead, DC PR and Media Relations, T-Mobile, Washington, DC


8.)  Head of Global Public Affairs – Remote, Pacaso, Arlington, VA


9.)  VP Communications, Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated, Charlotte, NC


10.)  Public Relations Coordinator, American College of Physicians, Washington, DC


11.)  Corporate Communications Associate, HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Nashville, TN


12.)  Marketing Manager – Fiction and Non-Fiction, Mariner Books, HarperCollinsPublishers, New York


13.)  Marketing Manager, ChurchSource, HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Grand Rapids, MI / Nashville, TN


14.)  PR and Communications Manager, Tobii Technology, Reston, VA


15.)  Associate Director of Marketing and Communications, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA


***  From Sean Wilson:


Hi Ned,


Here is an amazing opportunity on our space systems team. This would be great for someone who has a passion for space and a solid strategic communications background. Media relations and employee comms fall under this role.


I am happy to answer questions.


Sean Wilson, director of media and public relations

Northrop Grumman Space Systems


16.)  Communications Manager 2, Northrop Grumman Space Systems, Dulles, Virginia


17.)  Sr Analyst, Global Internal Communications, The AES Corporation, Arlington, VA–Global-Internal-Communications_R1045776


***  From Fernando Gonzalez:




My name is Fernando Gonzalez and I’m the HR Manager at the Trust for Public Land.

We’d like to post our ‘Director of Philanthropy – Conservation Finance and The TPL Action Fund’ on your site.

Below is the information.  Please let me know if you need anything else to post the job.  Thank you.


Fernando Gonzalez


18.)  Director of Philanthropy – Conservation Finance and The TPL Action Fund, Trust for Public Land (TPL), Washington, District of Columbia / Flexible


TPL and its affiliated 501(c)(4) campaign organization, The Trust for Public Land Action Fund (TPLAF), have helped states and local governments generate over $100 billion in new public funds for parks and conservation. For 25 years, TPL’s best-in-class Conservation Finance program has worked to create new state and local public funding for parks and conservation, providing technical assistance to over 600 successful ballot measure campaigns and scores of legislative campaigns. TPL has for decades also been at the forefront of federal funding for parks and conservation and has recently established the 10-Minute Walk Campaign, which works with Mayors to bring a quality park within a 10-Minute Walk of everyone in America’s cities.


When it comes to parks and land conservation, we strongly believe there are no “red” voters or “blue” voters – only green voters. The opportunities to make important advances in park equity and climate funding and policy at the national, state, and local levels have never been greater.  In response, the TPL and TPLAF are placing greater than ever emphasis on advocacy. TPLAF has worked along with TPL, focusing on political action for equitable park and climate conservation funding through state and local ballot measures, legislative campaigns, and congressional action for federal funding. TPLAF provides the lobbying dollars the fuel our advocacy and this position is central to that effort.


Position Summary:


The Director of Philanthropy for Conservation Finance and the TPLAF is a key member of the Philanthropy and Policy, Advocacy, and Government Relations (PAGR) teams, and oversees all fundraising activities for Conservation Finance and TPLAF. The Director of Philanthropy carries a diverse portfolio of individual major gift prospects, with an emphasis on bolstering the organization’s mission through tax deductible and non-tax deductible 501(c)(4) donations. In addition, the Director of Philanthropy helps recruit and manage the TPLAF Board of Directors, and directs their fundraising efforts. The Director of Philanthropy works closely with the SVP for Policy, Advocacy, and Government Relations, the VP for Conservation Finance, and the Sr. Director Federal Relations, and reports to the Associate Vice President for Institutional Giving within the Philanthropy Department.  Ideally, this position will be based in Washington, DC but, we are open to other locations throughout the United States.



  • 50% Relationship Manager:  Establish and manage a portfolio of individual donors and prospects with an emphasis on major gift capacity and giving potential. This includes: identifying new donors and conducting appropriate donor research with support from the Prospect Development team; maintaining a schedule of action touch points that follow the Moves Management strategy to move individuals along the donor continuum; engaging in industry best-practices (i.e., creating written solicitation strategies, documenting moves and information through the efficient use of the philanthropy database, initiating and participating in prospect reviews, and documenting pertinent information with colleagues); ensuring collaboration and close coordination with larger Philanthropy and PAGR teams; and fostering and maintaining productive relationships with staff across the organization. Implement an annual fundraising plan to achieve revenue target of $3 million within a three-year period from date of hire.


  • 25% Content Development. Working with colleagues from Philanthropy, PAGR, and Marketing, articulate the key opportunities to leverage public funding with private support through the establishment of public policies, state and local ballot and legislative measures, and movements that shape Conservation Finance’s and TPLAF’s organizational growth and impact. Develop compelling, inspiring cases for support that underscore the importance of measures designed to raise new public funds for climate, equity, parks, and land. Effectively convey to new audiences why conservation and park funding campaigns and advocacy are effective strategies for nonpartisan political giving and the powerful leverage they hold. Serve as PAGR Philanthropy liaison to the larger Philanthropy team.


  • 15% Program Oversight:  Oversee and be accountable for all PAGR and TPLAF fundraising activities, including design and implementation of annual and long-range work plans, development and realization of annual revenue goals, and priority setting.  Work with AVP for Institutional Giving, SVP for PAGR, the VP for Conservation Finance, and the Sr. Director Federal Relations to identify fund raising needs in order to integrate and direct fundraising efforts. Track and report progress toward revenue and programmatic goals.  Monitor philanthropy associated expenses ensuring proper investment of resources. Oversee donor communications and recognition, coordinating with regional and national Philanthropy and Marketing staff.  Collaborate with Philanthropy Programs regarding donor events and on-the-ground engagement. Direct and coordinate the involvement of TPL staff with donors and in overall fundraising.


  • 10% TPLAF Board Coordination:  Work with SVP for PAGR and TPLAF Board Chair to sustain and grow TPLAF Board of Directors, including identifying and recruiting new members, directing the fundraising knowledge and efforts of the Board, overseeing the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of individual Board members, and ensuring Board giving metrics are achieved. Coordinate all volunteer activity with Philanthropy’s Volunteer Manager.  Oversee TPLAF Board meetings, including scheduling and agenda setting.



  • Passionate about The Trust for Public Land’s and TPLAF’s mission.
  • Ability to inspire donors and to communicate how their giving makes a difference.
  • Minimum six years of fundraising experience, including making major gift solicitations.
  • Proven track record of closing gifts of $25,000+.
  • Political/campaign fundraising experience a requirement.
  • Interest in politics, campaigns, and advocacy.
  • Keen fundraising strategist who can engage new and potential donors and foster relationships with key program colleagues.
  • Knowledge of philanthropy best practices including documenting donor interactions and prospect tracking in a donor database.
  • Ability to achieve Philanthropy metrics and meet or exceed fundraising goals.
  • Experience recruiting and managing volunteer boards, as well as working with volunteers to fundraise successfully.
  • Collaborative, able to function as a member of a national, geographically distributed team, participate in activities that will benefit other members of the team, and contribute to the accomplishment of team objectives.
  • Self-motivated; able to multi-task with excellent attention to detail and deadlines; can perform successfully without regular supervision.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Computer proficiency with various Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
  • Good sense of humor.
  • Willingness to travel up to 20%.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required.


The Trust for Public Land is committed to cultivating a diverse staff that is representative of the communities we serve.  Applications from individuals having diverse backgrounds and life experiences are strongly encouraged.  We are open to the possibility that a great candidate for this job may not precisely meet all of the above criteria; if you believe you’re the right person for this job and can persuasively make that case, we encourage you to apply.


To apply, please visit our website:


19.)  Corporate Communications Manager, FFSS- FUJIFILM Sonosite Bothell, WA


20.)  Communications Director, New Jersey Future, Trenton (hybrid remote work), New Jersey


21.)  VP, External Communications, Commonwealth Care Alliance, Boston, MA


22.)  Internal Communications Director, National Wildlife Federation, Washington, DC


***  From Bill Seiberlich:


23.)  Technical Writer, All Fill, Exton, PA


24.)  Global Digital Communications and Content Manager, Dow, Collegeville, PA


25.)  Marketing & Communications Specialist (Limited Term), Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA


26.)  Public Relations Director, Charles Schwab, San Francisco, CA / New York, NY


27.)  Director, Communications and Marketing, American Baptist Home Mission Society, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania


28.)  Director, Communications, Voya Financia, New York, NY–Communications_JR0024308


29.)  Director of Communications and Broadcasting, South Carolina Stingrays, North Charleston, SC


30.)  Director, Corporate Communications, American Airlines, Fort Worth, Texas


31.)  Senior Manager, DEI Communications, American Airlines, Fort Worth, Texas


32.)  B2B Marketing Communication Strategy, American Airlines, Fort Worth, Texas


33.)  Corporate Communications Specialist, System One, Hershey, PA


34.)  PR Manager, Corporate Communications, Security and Infrastructure, Salesforce, San Francisco, CA—San-Francisco/Communications-Manager–Security-and-Infrastructure_JR104633


35.)  Corporate Communications Specialist- Kroger Technology & Digital, Cincinnati, OH


36.)  Communications Director, Media Impact Funders, Philadelphia (or Remote), Pennsylvania


37.)  Public Affairs Specialist, GS-1035-12/13 (MP), US Office of Inspector General, Washington, DC


38.)  Internal Communications Specialist, Community Brands, Lenoir City, TN


39.)  Media and Public Relations Manager, Mary Kay Global, Dallas, TX


40.)  PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, Washington, DC






43.)  Global Corporate Narrative Communications Director, Nike, New York, NY


44.)  Digital and Marketing Content Specialist, IDP EDUCATION LIMITED, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


45.)  Sr. Manager, MARI/R&D Communications (US or UK), Mars, Chicago, Illinois, United States 1303681 Corporate Affairs, Newark, NJ/Chicago, IL/Nashville, TN/McLean, VA) or UK (Slough)


46.)  Alternance / Apprenticeship opportunities in Marketing or Communication, Amadeus, Nice, FR


47.)  Stage – Assistant(e) Communication Corporate, Mars, Aimargues, Gard, France


48.)  Senior Media Manager, Mars, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China


49.)  Senior Director, Communications, Michelson Philanthropies, Los Angeles, California


50.)  Senior Communications Manager, Wealth Management, APAC, BNP Paribas, Hong Kong, China


51.)  Public Affairs Specialist, Long Range Precision Fires Cross Funtional Training, United States Army Futures Command, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Fort Sill, OK


52.)  Director of Communications and Public Relations, Thomas More University, Fort Mitchell, KY


53.)  Manager, Communications, Society of Actuaries Research Institute, Schaumburg, IL


54.)  Managing Account Supervisor/Vice President, CPG, Ketchum, Washington, DC


55.)  Data, Analytics & Research Consultant, Ketchum, New York, NY


56.)  Social Media Strategist/Community Manager, Ketchum, Chicago, IL


57.)  Brand Communications Manager, BOM BOM PTE. LTD., Singapore


58.)  Manager – Communications And Public Relations, SalonCentric, Saint Petersburg, FL


59.)  Manager of Corporate Communications, Regional Water Authority, New Haven, CT


60.)  Senior Director, Change and Communications, Point B, Portland, OR


61.)  Senior Manager, Media Relations, Weber Shandwick, Boston, MA


62.)  Supervisory Health Communications Specialist, US National Institutes of Health, Alexandria, VA


63.)  Director of Public Relations, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA


64.)  Communications Specialist, CTS CORPORATION, LISLE, IL


65.)  Marketing Communication Mgr, CTS CORPORATION, LISLE, IL


66.)  Director of External Relations and Development, AJC, Boston, Massachusetts


67.)  Executive, Marketing Communication, Crowe Malaysia PLT, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


68.)  General Manager Corporate Communications, Al-Futtaim, Dubai, UAE


69.)  Sr. Manager of Content and Communications, EMEA, Coupa Software Inc., London, UK


70.)  Sr. Manager of Content and Communications, EMEA, Karlsruhe, Germany


71.)  Senior Internal Communications Business Partner – Operations, OVO Energy London, United Kingdom


72.)  SENIOR PRINCIPAL COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, PATIENT MONITORING, Medtronic, Boulder, Colorado (This role can be based near any of our marquee locations including in Boulder, CO, Mansfield, MA, North Haven, CT, or Minneapolis, MN, or can be remote within the U.S.)


73.)  Associate Communications Generalist – Cranial and Spinal Technologies, Medtronic, Memphis, Tennessee


74.)  Communication Generalist, Nordics – Swedish speaking, Medtronic, Stockholm, Sweden


75.)  Director of Communications, EMEA, Bird, North Kingstown, RI


76.)  Assistant / Associate Director of Communications, ESSEC Asia Pacific (APAC), Singapore


77.)  Press Secretary, Century Foundation, Washington, DC


78.)  External Comms/PR Senior, Deloitte, Boston, MA


79.)  Marketing and Communication for Men’s Project, Shiseido, Tokyo, Japan's-Project-13/649104201/






82.)  Communications Specialist (Vietnamese Speaker), Agensi Pekerjaan A S K Resources Sdn Bhd, Selangor, Malaysia


83.)  Deputy Director of Communications, The Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation (“OCABR”), Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston, MA


84.)  Communications and Content Advisor, Third Way, Washington, DC


85.)  Marketing Director EMEA (m/f/d) – REMOTE, Danaher, Manchester, NH


86.)  Manager, Corporate Communications- APAC, AMAZON ASIA-PACIFIC HOLDINGS PRIVATE LIMITED, Singapore


87.)  Vie/pangeo Communication Specialist, Veolia Group, Dubai, UAE


***  JOTW Alternative selection for this week:


88.)  Snow-Ice-Permafrost Education & Outreach Designer – Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska


89.)  Extruder Operator- Kibbles, Mars , Fremont, Nebraska


***  Weekly Piracy Report:


075-21   16.07.2021: 1615 UTC: Posn: 01:16.02N – 104:12.39E, Singapore Straits.

The duty officer onboard a bulk carrier underway noticed a suspicious boat alongside the ship and notified the Master who instructed the crew to check and secure the accommodation. Engine room crew reported five robbers armed with a knife outside of the steering room. Alarm was raised, resulting in the robbers escaping without stealing anything. Incident reported to VTS.


074-21   16.07.2021: 0130 UTC: Posn: 18:34.10N – 072:24.05W, Port Au Prince Anchorage, Haiti.

Five robbers armed with a gun and knives boarded an anchored bulk carrier via long ladders. General alarm sounded and crew proceeded into the accommodation. Upon hearing the alarm and seeing the crew alertness, the robbers escaped without stealing anything. The incident was reported to the Port Authorities.


073-21   13.07.2021: Early Morning Hrs: Posn: 22:02.48N – 088:05.28E, Haldia Port, India.

Unnoticed, robbers boarded a berthed bulk carrier. Duty engine crew noticed the padlock of the entrance door to the engine room broken and spares missing. Alarm raised, crew mustered and a search was carried out. The incident was reported to the local agent.


***  Ball cap of the week:                             Surface Navy Association

***  Coffee cup of the week:                       General Atomics

***  T-shirt of the Week:                               Fiji Bitter

***  Musical guest artist of the week:     Malia J


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