JOTW 32-2021


DePaul University’s Master’s in Professional Communication



JOTW 32-2021

August 9, 2021

The Free Job of the Week Newsletter

This is JOTW newsletter number 1,909


“The first step in the evolution of ethics is a sense of solidarity with other human beings.”

– Albert Schweitzer


This edition of JOTW comes to you from Springfield, Virginia.


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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.


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


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Nov 10-18                            London, UK


***  Your Very Next Step!





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***  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.)  Internal Communications Manager, Corporate Communications, Tyler Technologies, Inc., Plano, TX


2.)  Sr. Director Medical Communications/Publications, Tris Pharma, Monmouth Junction, NJ


3.)  Communications Assistant, The Association of American Universities, Washington, DC


4.)  External Communications Lead, WorldFish, Penang, Malaysia


5.)  Vice President, Media Relations, U.S. Travel Association, Washington, DC


6.)  PR and Communications Manager, Curbio, Potomac, MD


7.)  Communications Specialist – Hsinchu, ASML, Hsinchu City, Taiwan


8.)  Corporate Marketing Communications Coordinator, Marketing, Publix, Lakeland, FL


***  From Samantha Donaldon:


Happy Friday!


Thanks for including in your newsletter!




9.)  Digital Communications Associate, Partnership for Public Service, Washington, D.C.


10.)  STRATEGIC ENGAGEMENT ANALYST, US Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Fort Belvoir, VA


11.)  Project, Communications and Funding Manager, European Forum for Renewable Energy Sources, Brussels, Belgium


12.)  Marketing and Communications Executive, Sharjah American International School – Dubai Campus, Dubai, United Arab Emirates


13.)  Manager, Corporate Communications, Keurig Dr Pepper, Burlington, MA


14.)  Media Manager – All Brands, Diageo, Neihu District, Taipei City, Taiwan


15.)  Corporate Communications Professional, PerkinElmer, Boston, MA


16.)  Communications Officer, Ocean Program, World Resources Institute, London, United Kingdom


17.)  Corporate Communications Lead, Ascend Federal Credit Union, Tullahoma, TN


18.)  Director of Brand Communications, ZALORA, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


19.)  Communications Officer, U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, Arlington, VA


20.)  Communication & PR – Arabic Speaker, Antal International, Dubai, United Arab Emirates—arabic-speaker—dubai—uae-cpr101


21.)  Communications Specialist, Navajo Technical University, Crownpoint, NM


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


23.)  Manager, Corporate Communications, PayPal, Austin, TX / Washington DC–Corporate-Communications_R0076088




25.)  News and Public Affairs Director – KENW FM, Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM


26.)  Senior Communications Manager – UAE, Honeywell, Dubai, United Arab Emirates


27.)  Corporate Communications Manager, TJX Companies, Framingham, MA


28.)  Corporate Communications Manager 2, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Austin, TX


29.)  Head of Public Relations, Jet Health Inc., Boise, ID


***  From Paul Hart, who got it from Gretchen Krueger, who got it from Shelley J. Muhs:


Shelley Muhs, with the Lucas Group, is seeking communications professionals for two roles she is working to fill in Houston.  Some of you the list are retired (like me!), but thought you still might have contacts that fit the qualifications Shelley and her clients are looking for.


Please send your information directly to Shelley – and, as always, please pass along to others who might be interested.


Gretchen Krueger


Hello, and please excuse my email broadcast, but time is of the essence and I leave in 1.5 hours on vacation so wanted to “get the message out!”  Lucas Group has two very exciting (and different) communications positions in Houston that we are working on with repeat clients.


Please read below and let me know who comes to mind that you could refer or if you’re interested in the opportunity, reply with an updated resume with a few time options you can talk!


30.)  Director of Corporate Communications & PR, Construction Industry, Houston, TX


  • Reports to SVP, Human Resources (newly created role)
  • Privately-held $1B+ Organization – Construction
  • One Direct Report at this time
  • Seeking to Elevate and Refine Internal & External Communications
  • Media, Public, Government Relations – Increase Brand Awareness via Thought Leadership Content
  • Change management background a plus due to many ongoing process optimization programs underway across enterprise
  • Will oversee the company’s Charity/Non-for-Profit Foundation
  • Location: Houston – initially on-site 100%, will move to flex once up and running
  • Compensation: On-Target Compensation: $150K (Base + Bonus)




Shelley J. Muhs (

Executive Senior Partner

Lucas Group

Sales & Marketing Division

+1 713-470-5751


31.)  Senior Communications Specialist – Internal, Construction Industry, Houston, TX


  • Reports to Marketing Leader (newly created)
  • Private Company – Civil Engineering
  • Polish and Professionalism paramount – ability to interact with C-level leadership internally – ghostwriting
  • Content Calendar, Employee Newsletters, Intranet management
  • Must Enjoy Writing and ability to self-edit!
  • Compensation: $85K-$95K




Shelley J. Muhs (

Executive Senior Partner

Lucas Group

Sales & Marketing Division

+1 713-470-5751


32.)  Creative Director, Public Affairs, United Nations Foundation, Washington, District of Columbia


33.)  Communications Coordinator, the North Carolina Table of the Green New Deal Network, Transform NC, North Carolina


34.)  Corporate Communications Representative, Meredith Corporation, Des Moines, IA


35.)  Senior Manager – Internal Communications, Hines, Houston, TX—internal-communications/job


36.)  Sr. Director, Public Relations, Covetrus, North America, Portland, ME–Public-Relations_R-1907


37.)  Internal Communications Senior Specialist, AmerisourceBergen, Boise, ID


38.)  Social Media Specialist, Infobip, Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia


39.)  Marketing Communications Manager, Al Futtaim Group, Dubai, UAE


40.)  Public Relations and Communication Representative, Catholic Charities, Albuquerque, NM


***  From Bill Seiberlich:


41.)  Director of Marketing and Communications,  Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration, King of Prussia, PA


42.)  Digital Content Manager, The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


43.)  Principal Adviser – Communications, Rio Tinto, Superior, AZ


44.)  Marketing Communications Principal Advisor, Rio Tinto, Chicago, IL


45.)  Gestionnaire de programme, Communications d’entreprise – Volet numérique des employés, Rio Tinto, Montreal, Quebec, Canada


46.)  Sr. Corporate Communications Rep., Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Bangalore, Karnataka, India


47.)  Corporate Communications – Corporate Storytelling, West Monroe, Chicago, IL\


48.)  Sr Business Control Specialist/Communication Specialist, Bank of America, Chandler, AZ


49.)  Mill Communications Manager (Sylvamo), International Paper, Eastover, SC


50.)  Mill Communications Specialist – Newport, International Paper, Cayuga, IN


51.)  Communications Specialist, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Goodyear, AZ


52.)  Marketing And Communication Manager, Esol Education, Dubai, UAE


53.)  Sr. Community Relations Specialist, Waste Management, Wilmington, DE


54.)  Communications Coordinator, Northwest Nazarene University, Nampa, ID


55.)  Communication & Outreach Specialist, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM


56.)  Marketing Communications Manager, Maryland Energy Administration, State of Maryland, Baltimore, MD


57.)  Manager Marketing and Public Relations, Northern Arizona Healthcare Corporation, Flagstaff, AZ


58.)  Communications and Outreach Supervisor, State of Wyoming, Cheyenne, WY


59.)  Public Affairs Specialist, US Forest Service, Springerville, AZ


60.)  Communications Executive, Archetype, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


61.)  Director – Corporate Communications, Darigold, Inc., Lynden, WA,-Inc./Job/Darigold,-Inc.:-Director-Corporate-Communications/-in-Lynden,WA?jid=f7f906cf4fe628f6


62.)  Marketing Communications Specialist, PPG Industries, Rock Hill, SC


63.)  Manager, Partnerships & External Affairs, The Hub Project, Washington, DC


64.)  Director – Head of Corporate Communications, hims & hers, San Francisco, CA


65.)  Senior Public Relations Specialist, State of Wyoming, Laramie, WY


66.)  Director, Marketing & Communications, MassBio, Cambridge, Massachusetts


67.)  Manager, Digital Communications & Philanthropy, San Diego Humane Society, San Diego,California


68.)  Public Affairs Specialist, Transportation Security Administration, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, Springfield, VA


69.)  Communications Business Partner, BAE Systems, Merrimack, NH


70.)  Corporate Communications Manager, Kaman Distribution, Bloomfield, CT


71.)  Communications Manager, Novelis Inc., Atlanta, Georgia


72.)  Director-Communications, Future Ready Columbus, Columbus, Ohio


73.)  Senior Director of Corporate Communications, Aerospike, Inc., Mountain View, CA


74.)  Communications Manager, ARPBA, American Recyclable Plastic Bag Alliance, Washington, DC


75.)  Financial & Crisis Communications Lead, Corporate Communications, Pinterest, San Francisco, CA


76.)  Editorial Manager, Canada (12 Months Fixed Term), Pinterest, Toronto, ON, Canada


77.)  Editorial Manager, India (6 Months Fixed Term), Pinterest, Singapore, SG


78.)  Communications Representative, Great American Insurance Group, Cincinnati, Ohio


79.)  Public Information Officer, Higher Learning Commission, Chicago, Illinois


80.)  Director of Public Relations/Marketing, Queen Creek Unified School District, Queen Creek, AZ


81.)  Public Outreach Specialist (Public Relations), Watkins Strategies, Hooksett, NH


82.)  Internal & Strategic Communications Leader, Bose, Framingham, MA—Framingham/Director–Internal-Communications-Strategic-Communications_R20473


83.)  Senior Manager, Communications and Change Management, The Boston Beer Company, Boston, MA


84.)  Adjunct Instructor for COM-2085: Public Relations, Advertising, and Marketing, Northern Vermont University, Vermont State Colleges, Johnson, VT


85.)  Growth and Outreach Liaison – Public Relations, Memorial Medical Center, Las Cruces, NM


86.)  VP, Associate Communications, Bon Secours Mercy Health (BSMH), Cincinnati, Ohio


87.)  Director of Public & Institutional Funding, Save the Redwoods League, San Francisco,California


88.)  Communications Manager, State Voices Florida, Tallahasse, Florida (Remote/Anywhere)


89.)  Senior Brand Communication & CSR Manager – Starbucks – UAE, Alshaya Group, Dubai, UAE


90.)  Communication Consultant, Holmes Murphy, Waukee, Iowa


91.)  Implementation Communications Consultant, Fidelity Investments, Covington, Kentucky


92.)  External Affairs Coordinator, Western New Mexico University, Silver City, NM


***  Here are you JOTW alternative selections for this week:


***  From Bridget Serchak:


93.)  Manager of the International Space Station Transportation Integration Office, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION, Houston, Texas


***  Weekly Piracy Report:


079-21   30.07.2021: 0500 UTC: Posn: 00:03.80S – 051:06.03W, Fazendinha Anchorage, Brazil.

Unnoticed, robbers boarded an anchored general cargo ship and escaped with stolen ship’s stores. The theft was noticed by the duty crew during routine rounds. The incident was reported to the Harbour Master through the local agent.


078-21   29.07.2021: 0530 UTC: Posn : 10:19N – 075:31W, Cartagena anchorage, Colombia.

Duty crew onboard an anchored bulk carrier noticed two robbers on the forecastle Alarm raised and crew mustered. Seeing the alerted crew the robbers escaped with stolen ship property. Incident reported to VTS.


077-21   16.07.2021: 1725 UTC: Posn: 14:33.59N – 120:56.20E, Manila Anchorage, Philippines.

Eight robbers armed with a gun and iron bars boarded an anchored container ship. They took hostage the duty crew on routine rounds, tied him up, stole ship’s stores and properties, and escaped in a small boat. The duty crew managed to untie himself and raised the alarm. Crew mustered and a search was carried out. Incident reported to Manila VTMS. The coast guard officers boarded the ship for investigations.


***  Ball cap of the week:                             USS Freedom (LCS 1)

***  Coffee cup of the week:                       Navy Recruiting District Boston

***  T-shirt of the Week:                               Molokai Mo Bettah!

***  Musical guest artist of the week:     LIT


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