Wednesday, September 26, 2018

30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

On Monday, coffee lovers worldwide will raise a cup o’ joe to those who help us wake up with the perfect roast.

The International Coffee Organization’s (ICO) celebrates its fourth-annual International Coffee Day on Oct. 1, with the goal of recognizing coffee growers around the globe and uniting the coffee-drinking world.

This year’s theme, “Women in Coffee,” hopes to help raise awareness about—and close—the gender gap in the industry.


… Women play as important a role in the whole of the coffee chain as men, from planting the seeds to processing to trading to brewing… and drinking it. Have you ever thought about how many women it took for you to be able to drink your daily cuppa?

The idea for the 2018 campaign goes beyond paying homage to women! We want to highlight the need for equity and equality in the coffee sector, from bean to cup, and that can only be achieved by empowering women to the benefit of the whole coffee sector.

The ICO shared a video with further explanation:

Among the many celebratory events, Viennese coffee company Julius Meinl is hoping to bring people together face to face in an ever-increasing digital world. On Oct. 1, its annual “ Meet with a Poem ” promotion offers a 2-for-1 deal on coffee for customers who pen a poem about how they met the person with whom they’ll be sharing their cup of joe.

Though International Coffee Day is celebrated worldwide only one day per year, many countries have their own “National Coffee Day.” The U.S., for example, will be getting a double shot of coffee-themed celebration, as our National Coffee Day takes place Sept. 29.

Caffeine-craving consumers can score deals and win prizes on our national day of java jubilation. Social media is packed with promotions from coffee retailers of all sizes:

So, brew up a fresh pot, and check out our coffee-themed job of the week. Dunkin’ Brands is looking for a senior manager of loyalty marketing in Canton, Massachusetts.

It summarizes the position:

The Senior Manager of Loyalty is responsible for leading large-scale enhancements and transformation efforts for the Dunkin’ Donuts loyalty program. Critical to this role is passion for bringing strategic growth initiatives to life and the ability to manage many cross-functional partners in order to hit key milestones and achieve project goals. This position reports to the Director of Loyalty Marketing.

Not the job for you? See what else we have in our weekly professional pickings:

Employee engagement and communications supervisor—Puget Sound Energy (Washington)

Chief marketing officer—University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Illinois)

Global brand director—McCormick & Co. (Maryland)

Director of marketing—Oregon Coast Aquarium (Oregon)

Director, brand experience and planning—Ancestry (California)

Creative director (social media)—Weber Shandwick (Michigan)

Marketing communications manager—Microsoft (Washington)

Director of marketing—Southern New Hampshire University (New Hampshire)

Director of corporate partnerships—New World Symphony (Florida)

Copywriter and marketing coordinator—Canadian Cancer Society (Canada)

Executive communications director—Aon (Illinois)

Senior copywriter—Education First (Massachusetts)

Communications manager (media relations)—Nielsen (New York)

Content editor—Sky (United Kingdom)

Media relations director—Syracuse University (Washington, D.C.)

Senior copywriter—Levi Strauss & Co. (California)

Executive vice president of financial communications—Edelman (Illinois)

Corporate communications intern—National Public Relations (Canada)

Director of corporate partnerships—Philadelphia Eagles (Philadelphia)

Senior PR media analyst—Whole Foods Marketing (Texas)

Social media executive – community fundraising—British Heart Foundation (United Kingdom)

Senior manager, corporate communications—Nestlé Waters (Connecticut)

Senior director of employee experience and leadership communications—The Coca-Cola Co. (Georgia)

Senior news editor and writer—MIT Sloan School of Management (Massachusetts)

Director of marketing and communications—The Moth (New York)

Director of corporate partnerships—Ladies Professional Golf Association (Florida)

Marketing director – natural foods—The J.M. Smucker Co. (Ohio)

Director of marketing and communications—U.S. Retirement & Benefits Partners (Tennessee)

Public relations project manager—Harley-Davidson Motor Co. (Wisconsin)

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