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Reference Number: 01561519
Leading Cleveland Integrated Marketing Communications Firm seeks a
seasoned Public Relations Account Executive to lead F1000
International clients. We are seeking: A passion for understanding
business-to-business products technology marketing and communications
challenges Exceptional writing and media relations skills and Solid
account management skills. Responsibilities include: Managing
multiple projects; working cooperatively with many bosses clients and
colleagues; driving ongoing projects toward benchmark
accomplishments; ensuring attention to detail deadlines and
organization Writing about business-to-business technology complex
ideas and issues in the form of white papers case histories technical
articles newsletter articles annual reports speeches posters op-eds
and/or e-mail pitches Developing media relations plans and securing
opportunities for the client in trade and news media The successful
person in this role will have many opportunities to grow in his/her
career execute many different kinds of writing learn about business-
to-business products and technologies attend trade shows plan events
as well as manage some public affairs initiatives.
Location: Cleveland, OH United States of America
Salary: $40,000.00 - $50,000.00 / $0.00/hr - $0.00/hr
Apply online at:

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The Cleveland Institute of Art invites applications for the position
of Vice President, Marketing & Communications. Responsibilities
include the strategic development and implementation of an integrated
marketing communications and branding program to position The
Cleveland Institute of Art as a national leader in visual arts
education. The Vice President of Marketing and Communications
supervises the marketing and communications team and manages the
Institute's communications to and relationships with its numerous
internal and external audiences.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of a bachelor's degree
(master's desirable) and at least 8 to 10 years of relevant marketing
and communications experience with proven abilities in branding
strategies. It is preferred that the ideal candidate have art-related
experience with some national and/or international exposure. He or
she should be a strategic thinker/visionary-capable of developing and
executing the overall marketing strategy and articulation of the
Institute's brand consistent with the organization's mission and
The Cleveland Institute of Art was established in 1882. Over the
years it has earned a reputation for being among the top ten
professional colleges of art and design in the country. It is
accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and
the National Association of Schools of Art and Design and is also a
member of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design
and the Northeast Ohio Council on Higher Education. With an
enrollment of about 500 students, the Institute itself is a small
artistic community.
For additional information, please forward your CV or resume, or
Larry Imely, President
paul/lawrence associates
1330 Corporate Drive
Hudson, OH 44236 USA
E-mail : limely [at] paul-lawrence [dot] com
Fax : 330-463-0301

Requisition ID  1829  
Location  Brecksville   OH  
 Each position will interface across functions to facilitate and lead
business initiatives that result in differentiating Lubrizol as a
supplier in the coatings target markets. The successful candidate
will develop a comprehensive understanding of current market trends
and customer needs that result in product offerings and value
propositions we can offer to drive profitable business growth.
Open positions:
1) Marketing Manager – Paints, Coatings, and Adhesives
2) Marketing Manager – Graphic Arts
• Identify and develop target markets through value and opportunity
analysis; take the necessary actions in order to become the
differentiated leader.
• Develop, obtain, understand and manage market trends and
opportunities for customers in a proactive manner by understanding
the customer's needs and business.
• Determine strengths and build on those strengths by focusing on
identifying new growth opportunities in order to migrate the
Performance Coatings business to become a more proactive solutions
provider leader.
• Identify any gaps we may have with our current capabilities and
develop action plans to address those gaps.
• Lead and facilitate several business development growth projects.
• Depending on the experience of the candidate, there is the
potential for global responsibility and leadership of a small global
• Bachelor's degree in business, marketing, chemistry, or chemical
• Minimum 8 years of strategic marketing and business development
• Commercial development acumen including value chain analysis,
customer needs analyses, value proposition.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Demonstrated leadership and team facilitating skills.
• Demonstrated ability to work in a matrix organization and business
team environment.
• Strong leadership and interpersonal skills in order to drive
results through cross functional environments.
• MBA.
• Experience in the coatings and/or related industries.
• International Experience.
SALARY RANGE: $90,000 TO $150,000
Apply online at:

Job ID: MM508  Date Posted:  04/30/2008  
Job Level:  Experienced (3-5 Years) Shift:  
Reports To:  Director, COSE Marketing Travel Involved:  None
Education:  Bachelors Degree
Salary: $45-50K Year,$50-55K Year,$55-60K
The COSE Marketing Communications Manager (products and sales) serves
as an account executive/project manager to oversee marketing
communications, advertising and member communications needs for the
products team including health insurance, workers' compensation,
wellness, gas, electric, office supplies, and other products. The
ideal candidate will work with internal clients to develop marketing
communications plans to support the overall marketing strategy.
Essential Functions
Develop marketing communications plans to support COSE's overall
strategic marketing plan, with emphasis on products and sales.
Write and edit copy for marketing collateral pieces and e-
Develop concepts to promote various products, seeing projects through
from concept through completion.
Provide creative and communications counsel to internal clients.
Uphold and maintain adherence to identity guidelines.
Manage heavy work flow and tight deadlines, often interacting with
external vendors.
Work with internal PR counsel on releases and promotion of various
Ensure that projects are completed within budget.
Track and report on results of marketing communications programs.
Support Director of Marketing in segmenting, targeting, and
identifying markets and development of pricing when necessary.
Other job-related duties as assigned.
3-7 years related work experience. (3 years of marketing
communications experience required.)
Bachelor's degree in marketing communications or related field.
Long-term and short-term planning skills.
Strong, demonstrated written and verbal communication skills.
Customer service/account executive mindset and proven experience.
Experience managing printed marketing communications materials,
working from concept, writing, design to production.
Must have hands-on experience developing and executing marketing
Ability to manage multiple clients and multiple projects,
prioritizing workload as needed.
Strong technology skills including high proficiency in MS Office
Please send your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to:
Greater Cleveland Partnership/COSE
Attn: Human Resources (MM508)
The Higbee Building
100 Public Square, Suite 210
Cleveland, OH 44113
careers [at] gcpartnership [dot] com
(Please include Job ID or title when applying for consideration.

Date Posted:  04/24/2008  
ForTec Medical, Inc. was founded in 1988 with the mission of
supplying advanced medical laser systems to hospitals, surgical
centers, and medical offices. Today, ForTec is the market leader in
medical lasers, providing full service rental solutions on a "per
case" basis and exceeding our customer's expectations through the
delivery of customized medical laser services.
manage ForTec's marketing and communication programs and support the
Company's strategic direction and objectives.
Manages the development, implementation and distribution of marketing
communications programs
Collaborates with Director of Business Development on new product
introductions to clients
Monitors competitors' marketing activities and products
Manages production costs and advertising expenditure
Collaborates with sales management to develop effective marketing
communications programs
Coordinates marketing activities for all ForTec Companies
Analyzes marketing initiatives and recommends changes
Manages Corporate website design
Coordinates successful trade shows and annual sales meeting
Manages the activities of the Marketing Coordinator and Marketing
Special projects as requested
Bachelor's degree in marketing or related field required
Five+ years experience in advertising, direct/electronic marketing,
sales support and trade show coordination
Healthcare experience preferred
Previous supervisory experience required
Experience with customer relationship management programs (CRM)
 Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
Knowledge of internet marketing
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects and details
Performs well under pressure; delivers results; meets deadlines
Creative and self-directed/motivated  
Excellent oral and written communication skills  
Apply to:   nporcelli [at] fortecmedical [dot] com  

CBS Radio is accepting applications for a Promotions Coordinator to
assist in the promotion department.  Responsibilities include
implementing all aspects of contesting; creating client promotions,
maintaining station databases, coordination of departmental
communications systems, and coordinating and executing station on-
site promotions and live broadcasts, assist with updating website
content (photos, graphics, event listings etc.).  The most successful
candidates will have solid organizational skills; ability to
multitask in a fast-paced environment; strong written, verbal and
interpersonal communications skills; creative ideas; and computer
skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop). Must
have clean driving record.  
We are looking for an outgoing, hard working and creative individual
to join our promotions team.  Responsibilities include working on
location at radio station events, live broadcasts, interacting with
listeners and some clerical duties.   Ideal candidate is energetic,
efficient and capable of multi-tasking in a lively fast paced
The right candidate will be a team player who takes initiative with
excellent written and verbal communication skills. All employees are
expected to bring a positive attitude to the work place and be
cheerful, cooperative and productive and to perform other such duties
as may be required for the efficient operations of the stations.  To
perform this job successfully, you must be able to perform each
essential duty satisfactorily.  The right candidate:
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office (i.e. Word, Excel, Outlook,
Power Point)
Must be a professional and a proven team player with customer focus
Must be able to work days/evenings/weekends
Great driving record required
College Degree preferred, marketing or communications a plus
Apply online at: or to the stations at 1041 Huron
Road, Cleveland, OH  44115, attn:  H/R Promotions  CBS Radio is an
Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Rosenberg Advertising, a mid-size agency located in Lakewood, Ohio,
is looking for a full-time copywriter with two or more years agency
This pivotal role requires someone with excellent writing skills, who
can think creatively, likes brainstorming and works well within a
team. A diverse workload includes writing for a variety of consumer,
service and B2B accounts (both local and national) print, radio,
television and online.
Competitive compensation. To learn more about us, visit Please send your resume and samples to
rob [at] rosenbergadv [dot] com.

Date Posted:  04/29/2008  
Location: Beachwood, OH US  Job Type:  Full Time  
Have passion? Driven to grow your own media department? Let's talk!
Point to Point, a nationally recognized Cleveland based advertising
agency seeks a Director of Media. The ideal candidate is comfortable
with the day-to-day details of planning/buying and driven to find new
ways to connect to consumers and businesses.
Candidates must have 10+ years of agency experience with a proven
history of media leadership. Healthcare and building products
knowledge is a plus.
Please include your salary requirements in your cover letter.
Contact: heyreadthis [at] buildamovement [dot] com

Medical Economics, a biweekly practice management magazine for
physicians, seeks a Managing Editor to join its award-winning staff.
Seeking a highly organized, deadline-conscious,  self-starter.
Minimum of 5 years experience. InDesign/InCopy and Word preferred.
The ideal candidate should have at least 5 years experience in the
field of journalism, with a business (management, financial, or
legal) and/or medical background preferred;
have a four-year degree in journalism, English, communications or
other relevant field or commensurate experience; proficiency with
desktop publishing software and knowledgeable
in the use of effective graphic design. The candidate also should
possess excellent organizational skills, have the ability to work in
a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment;
have excellent written and oral communication skills; be self-
motivated and able to work independently.
How to Apply:  Interested? To apply for this position, please send
your resume, cover letter, and 3 samples of your best work via e-mail
as a text file or a Microsoft Word 6.0 document to:  
jobsclev [at] advanstar [dot] com   Reference job code: ME:MEDEC/TS
You may send your resume via mail to:
Barbara Nieser
Human Resources
24950 Country Club Blvd., Ste. 200
North Olmsted, OH  44070
FAX:  440-826-2805

Office Location:  North Olmsted, OH
Advanstar Communications is seeking Senior Editors/Writers for the
Centralized Content Group for the company's healthcare publications.
Primary responsibilities include building positive
relationships with key opinion leaders and publicaton editors,
interviewing/writing for a variety of media (print, audio, video,
web), editing, proofing/copyediting, and covering conferences
and other assignments. Expertise in physician, pharmacist, and/or
managed care a big plus.
Ideal candidate should have at least 5 years experience in the field
of journalism, with a medical/clinical background preferred and/or
expertise in business (management, financial,
or legal): have four-year degree in journalism, English,
communicatioins or other relevant field or commensurate experience;
proficiency with desktop publishing software and
knowledgeable in the use of effective graphic design. The candidate
also should possess excellent organizational skills, have the ability
to work in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented
environment; have excellent written and oral communications skills;
be self-motivated and able to work independently and with minimal
How to Apply:
Interested? To apply for this position, please send your resume,
cover letter, and 3 samples of your best work via e-mail as a text
file or a Microsoft Word 6.0 document to:  
jobsclev [at] advanstar [dot] com   Reference job code: SR:CCG/TS
You can send you resume via mail to:
Barbara Nieser
Human Resources
24950 Country Club Blvd., Ste. 200
North Olmsted, OH  44070
FAX:  440-826-2805

JobID# 144
University Marketing and Communications, a division of University
Advancement, seeks a highly skilled Director of Web Development and
Interactive Media, who is responsible for leading, developing and
driving the University's web site including content and interactive
marketing strategies to create, support and sustain a consistent
University online experience. The Director will provide strategic
vision while overseeing University web site content and design;
developing strategies for electronic communications and managing
their implementation. An important goal for the upcoming year will be
to drive more traffic to the University's website and more directly
integrate the various units with one another. The Director will
ensure clear and consistent messaging and design tied to the
University's mission and strategic vision; keep up-to-date with new
technologies and tools; collaborate closely with the Chief
Information Officer and Information Services division of the
University, as well as other divisions and departments throughout the
University, to manage web-based communications projects. This
individual will be responsible for developing and translating
integrated and interactive web technology, such as video and audio,
flash programming, animation, interactive forms and database
implementation. In working with key university constituencies, this
individual will also provide counsel and tactical support to guide,
assist, and train the many academic and administrative divisions of
the university in the proper layout, graphic design and navigation
scheme for overall web identity. Other key responsibilities include
generating, publishing and translating content in various online and
digital environments for key constituencies and across university web
properties, driving timely content development to support marketing
and communications goals, coordinating web assignments and project
management with key stakeholders, and serving as liaison with other
3rd party vendors as needed to evolve website information navigation,
usability and lifecycles. Considerable knowledge of, and expertise
in, web-based applications is required. Experience with Macintosh and
Windows platforms is required, as well as proficiency in Hypertext
Markup Language (HTML), Flash, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat, MS
Office, desktop publishing applications and content management
systems. Experience with Adobe Dream Weaver, PHP, XML, CSS and Java
scripting is preferred. Strong competency in the implementation and
maintenance of basic and advanced web technologies, environments and
languages, such as XML, Photoshop, Flash, CSS, basic knowledge of
ASP, is required. Web-editing software systems, Email software,
Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, including Microsoft Access, FTP
software, Google, digital and video camera technology / basic
photography skills, QuickTime / video streaming software, scanning
equipment, basic InDesign, PageMaker, PowerPoint, is also required.
The Director of Web Development and Interactive Media reports to the
Director of University Marketing and Communications and supervises
the Web Development Specialist. •Orchestrate the vision and execution
of the integrated web marketing and interactive communications
strategies to achieve high standards in design, innovation, content,
technology, interactivity, and ease of use of JCU web
properties. •Lead the University's web strategies. •Work closely with
fellow marketing and communications team members to effectively
manage content and messaging on websites. •Leverage the online
experience toward building a memorable and engaging brand
identity. •Work closely with University's Chief Information Officer
and the Information Services division team and other stakeholders to
proactively evolve the web infrastructure. •Monitor industry best
practices of web marketing and communications to propose for adoption
and implementation.
•A Bachelor's degree in an applicable field of study. •7-10 years
experience in web development and interactive online project
management. •Excellent organizational development, management, and
interpersonal skills. •Demonstrated contribution within integrated
and interactive web-based marketing environments with a strong
working knowledge of web development and design. •Experience in
managing web development project lifecycles. •Extensive knowledge of
related technologies such as portals, content management and
knowledge management tools, as well as with various
databases. •Strong understanding of the existing and changing digital
and web landscape in web authoring, image editing, and page layout
software. •Knowledge of social networking and web 2.0 trends and best
practices a plus. Experience with web analytics tools also an
advantage. •Ability to supervise and train employees, to include
organizing, prioritizing, and scheduling work assignments. •Ability
to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. •Ability to
develop, plan, and implement short and long range goals. •Strong
interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work
effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse
community. •Ability to provide technical training to staff and/or
students in area of expertise. •Ability to develop and implement
strategic plans and programs in area of expertise. •Ability to
interpret, adapt, and apply guidelines and procedures.
 Please submit your materials electronically using our on-line
application.  The process requires that you complete our online
application and attach an electronic version of your cover letter and
resume (same document) to your submission.   At this time we can
accept PDF (.pdf), Word (.doc) or .txt documents.  Click on the link
below to apply

Job Code: H5CL320
Major advertising agency is seeking a Flash Designer/Developer with a
solid portfolio to join our Marketing Department. You will be working
on our corporate websites both internal and external. We are seeking
a team player to work in a collaborative environment.
As an integral part of our marketing web development team you will
help design and develop interactive applications and user experiences
from concept through to completion. We are looking for a developer
who has a combination of strong Flash and HTML development skills and
creative experience. You must be able to think out of the box.
To be successful in this position you will need:
2+ years web/interactive development experience
Strong Flash and Actionscript development skills
Working knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, AJAX, xHTML, CSS, XML
Strong foundation in visual/interface design, motion graphics and UI
Experience working directly with clients to execute creative solutions
Experience doing programmatic animation
If you have 2+ years of Flash design and Actionscripting experience
and are looking for an exciting opportunity to demonstrate and
advance your skills, come and join our team. This position is located
in suburban Cleveland (OH) - no relocation assistance provided.
Apply online at:

Job Posted: April 25, 2008
Reports to: Director of Production & Special Projects
Wanted: resourceful, ambitious, intelligent college grad to help
create award-winning content for television, radio and web.  If you
are hungry for a career in journalism and production this is a sweet
opportunity at a dynamic organization.  Duties include researching,
writing, and some hands-on production (field, studio & edit).  And,
yes, there are some clerical duties.  
Essential duties and responsibilities:
Perform assistant producer duties such as: booking & receiving
guests, supporting host/reporter performance, assisting with
producing, both field and studio, as well as assisting with
production design and pitching ideas.
Perform research duties including program, segment, and story
research, gathering and organizing information, fact checking and
script writing.
Perform administrative support duties for program or project
production including phones, emails, fax distribution, internal
communication, purchasing, and correspondence as necessary for
producer(s) or management.
Maintain meaningful program or project-related relationships with
regional, state and national sources.
Awareness of critical community issues, trends, and leadership.
Participate in on-air fundraising as needed.
Working knowledge of basic office applications.  Awareness of
evolving media production techniques and equipment.  Well organized
and demonstrates the ability to multi-task and prioritize in a high
pressure environment.  Demonstrated strong ability to conduct
research, compile and organize information. Managing multiple
priorities and successfully completing assignments on deadline.  
Strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to consistently
work well with others, demonstrating at all times respect for the
diverse constituencies of public broadcasting.  
Experience: Entry level experience in broadcast news and/or
production.  Experience preferred.  
Education: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
or equivalent experience.
Essential Physical Demands and Working Environment:
Ability to see, communicate, hear and utilize electronic
communication devices.
Qualified candidates must submit a cover letter and resume via email
HR [at] ideastream [dot] org
Or to the following address:
Attn: Human Resources
WVIZ/PBS and WCPN 90.3 ideastream
Idea Center
1375 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44115

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The Cleveland Orchestra currently has an opening for a Director of
Corporate Sponsorships.  This position is responsible for generating
support from the Orchestra's corporate constituencies particularly in
the area of marketing sponsorships and promotional partnerships that
place importance on meeting the corporations' business objectives and
community initiatives.  This position is responsible for achieving
Annual Fund goals for the Corporate Division and the Department's
overall goal for sponsorships in excess of $2.5 million.  
Additionally, the Director integrates sponsorship activities with our
Miami, New York and European Residencies, and with other Tour sponsor
The position reports to the Director of the Annual Fund and
supervises a Development Associate.
The qualified candidate will have a Bachelor's Degree and 5 years of
development or marketing sponsorship experience, and a working
knowledge of the Cleveland business community, with a proven track
record of accomplishment.  Excellent strategic, written and oral
communication skills are required.  Additionally, strong planning,
problem-solving and analytical skills are necessary as is the ability
to deal effectively with people at all levels of the organization.  
We offer an excellent salary and benefits package, in addition to the
opportunity to work with a world-renowned Orchestra.  Interested
applicants submit resume to (EOE):
Human Resources
11001 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio  44106
FAX:  (216) 791-4166
hr [at] clevelandorchestra [dot] com

Manages the fund raising process for a specific area of the
campaign.  Participates in planning, organizing, and evaluating
programs.  Staffs volunteer committees.  Directs activities of
support staff and loaned executives.  
Assists in developing strategies and tactics necessary to meet the
objectives of the area's work plan.  Participates in developing and
implementing strategies targeting high potential
Re-secures and expands the current base of givers, develops new
giving accounts, and helps develop strategies for various segments of
Monitors accounts and prepares progress reports.
Accompanies loaned executives and volunteers on key account calls.
May provide personal year-round staffing and campaign responsibility
for selected major accounts.
Staffs, recruits, and orients volunteers.  Organizes meetings and
drafts minutes.
Frequent contact with committee volunteer leaders, business and
governmental CEOs, loaned executives, employee campaign managers, and
UWS staff.
Combination of education and experience normally represented by a
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent and one to two years of related
experience. Requires analytical thinking, reasoning, creativity,
troubleshooting and problem solving.
Apply to:
Jackie Skalba
Human Resources Manager
United Way of Greater Cleveland
1331 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH    44115
216-436-2256 (fax)
jskalba [at] uws [dot] org

Plan, coordinate, and implement fund raising activities designed to
increase and secure donor response. May include direct mail
solicitation, phonathon coordination, donor recognition and benefits,
underwriting, etc.
Identify, cultivate, and solicit prospects for gifts.
Recruit and train volunteers to assist with fund raising efforts.
Conduct research to determine needs; may develop and write grant
proposals seeking support of those needs.
May manage donor prospects within assigned area.
Assist in planning and developing special projects relative to
interests of prospects.
May develop printed materials for marketing efforts; may develop
advertising media and conduct special promotional events; may write
speeches and fund drive scripts.
Provide support to professional development staff.
Perform related duties as assigned.   Act as liaison for the
station's community advisory council, which is comprised of 30
business leaders throughout our listening area. Research, write, and
submit grant proposals and other executive communications. Other
responsibilities include planning executive events, writing and
coordinating the publication of development-related print pieces, and
performing other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in a relevant field; two to three years successful
fund raising experience. Skill in written and interpersonal
communication; public relations, protocol.
To Apply:
Visit our job site at

The director of gift planning reports to the vice president for gift
planning and donor relations and is responsible for managing the
foundation's development program. The Cleveland Foundation is
committed to increasing the endowment for the benefit of Greater
Primary duties and responsibilities
Cultivate relationships with qualified, active prospective donors and
professional advisors to increase charitable gifts to the foundation
Manage expansion and implementation of professional advisor
cultivation program
Work with gift planning staff to identify and maintain relationships
with portfolio of professional advisors regarding foundation's
charitable giving and services
Oversee the implementation of an action plan for increasing planned
gifts through targeted mailings, seminars, stewardship, and related
Supervise gift planning officers, who will report directly to the
director of gift planning
Manage planned gift administration including the supervision of a
gift planning associate
Develop and oversee ongoing training for staff
Contribute significantly to the development of content for the
marketing and communications efforts directed at professional
advisors and prospective donors; successfully work with other staff
members and departments toward this goal
Work collaboratively in cross-disciplinary teams with foundation
colleagues on special projects that serve to enhance the foundation's
gift planning and donor relations activities
Provide information and technical assistance to prospective donors,
professional advisors, and internal staff regarding current and
planned gifts including bequests, life income gifts (trusts and
annuities), and current gifts of complex assets such as real estate
Collaborate with staff to represent the foundation and its donors in
the community
A bachelor's degree and seven to 10 years experience in fund
development, including major gifts and planned gifts, in a major
institution where responsibilities included cultivating and
soliciting with the ability to close gifts; master's degree preferred
Proven ability to interact effectively with existing and prospective
donors, community leaders, professional advisors, and representatives
from nonprofit organizations
Ability to relate effectively to people of all ethnic, socioeconomic,
and age groups
Seven to 10 years experience in servicing clients while adhering to
very high standards of service excellence, responsiveness, and
Ability to exercise sound judgment in working with highly sensitive
and confidential information with a diverse donor and prospect
Demonstrated expertise in communicating implications and benefits of
a variety of gift instruments
Knowledge of deferred giving vehicles and the tax laws related to
charitable giving.
Seven to 10 years experience in planning and managing projects and
events and the ability collaboratively to coordinate multiple
projects simultaneously
Experience working as part of a multidisciplinary team and working
effectively with persons and communities from diverse cultural,
social, and ethnic backgrounds and age groups
The ability to work in a complex environment requiring significant
Demonstrated effectiveness in the management, training, and
motivation of a team of direct reports
Proficiency in utilizing technology to conduct research and provide
information and/or services
Other highly desirable qualifications include:
Familiarity with Greater Cleveland's nonprofit sector
Master's degree, law degree, CPA, CFP or other similar credentials
Starting salary for this position will be commensurate with the
appointee's background and experience. The foundation offers an
excellent benefits package including medical and dental coverage, a
403(b) fully-vested retirement plan, and three weeks of vacation in
the first year of service. If you are interested in applying for this
position, please send a resume and cover letter indicating salary
requirements by May 9, 2008, to Human Resources Manager, 1422 Euclid
Ave., Suite 1300, Cleveland, Ohio, 44115; submit via fax to (216) 861-
6259; or email resumes [at] clevefdn [dot] org. No phone calls, please.

Manage and execute all aspects of an aggressive Annual Fund Campaign,
as well as grant research, writing and coordination for foundations,
corporations/companies and government sources.
A bachelor's degree or its equivalent in experience; a minimum of 3-5
years experience in fund development, particularly with individual
and institutional donors, or similar required.  Demonstrated
knowledge of grant application and writing process, along with
experience in building and nurturing donor relationships, influencing
others, soliciting gifts and project management is essential.  
Experience with Raiser's Edge software is a plus.
Please submit a cover letter and resume, as well as the name, address
and telephone number of 3-5 professional references to:  
dshavorinsky [at] ywcaofcleveland [dot] org

Manage a high quality and extensive events program, including major
events, dedication ceremonies, donor recognition events; and all
other donor relations activities. The Coordinator oversees donor
communications, monitors the gift receipts process, gift
acknowledgment process and reports to individual donors, creating
donor recognition initiatives and assuring the interaction between
top donors and leadership.  
A bachelor's degree in marketing, public relations, communications or
its equivalent in experience, 1-3 years experience in fund
development, marketing, communications or similar field, as well as
possess strong computer and database skills, Microsoft Office and
Raiser's Edge preferred.
Please submit a cover letter and resume, as well as the name, address
and telephone number of 3-5 professional references to:  
dshavorinsky [at] ywcaofcleveland [dot] org

Facilitates the College-wide grant and gift management process within
a challenging team- centered, project-oriented Resource Development
Office. Supports the Resource Development team and Tri-C Foundation
Board in building relationships with donors, identifying potential
funding opportunities, writing proposals, reporting to donors,
ensuring donor reporting and other donor requirements are fulfilled,
interfacing with internal project team to gather information as
needed, and producing presentation materials and correspondence for
the Tri-C Foundation and Collegewide initiatives. Works with the
Resource Development team to develop grant proposals for submission
to appropriate funding agencies, and develop and produce
communication materials to educate and train internal and external
constituents on institutional mission, goals and processes. Minimum
Requirements: Bachelor's degree Minimum of two years experience in
grants and/or professional writing including budget preparation and
oversight. Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills with a
strong customer service orientation. Demonstrated ability to create
opportunities and solve problems. Highly motivated and detail
oriented skills. Experience in setting up project budgets and in
reviewing financial reports. Interested candidates please see our
website: for further consideration.
Added 05/02/08

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The Cleveland Play House, the region's premiere professional theatre,
is looking for an enthusiastic and creative individual to join the
marketing department as Graphic Designer.  Position reports to Art
Director and Marketing Director.  The right candidate will have an
opportunity to work in a highly creative, fast-paced environment on a
wide variety of projects, including production of printed marketing
materials such as brochures, programs, postcards, posters, flyers,
invitations, study guides, and other printed materials, as needed by
different departments.
 Candidate will manage and coordinate print and material vendors.  
Candidate will handle production and placement of our print
advertising.  Candidate will also design and produce outdoor and
indoor banners and displays using our in-house, large-format
printer.  Minimum qualifications: Graphic Design or related art
degree or relevant experience.  Candidate must be very proficient in
Adobe Creative Suite:  InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator.  Mac
Flash and web experience a plus.  Strong attention to detail and
ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously under tight
deadlines a must.  Salary range: 26-29K.  Please email PDF samples of
work and resume to: dbellard [at] clevelandplayhouse [dot] com or mail samples
and resume to: The Cleveland Play House • Graphic Designer • 8500
Euclid Avenue • Cleveland, OH

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posted 4/27/2008
Mayfield Village, OH
The Progressive Art Collection offers a valuable experience that
places the intern in a world-renowned contemporary art collection
supported by a skilled staff dedicated to the art, the people, and
the creative capital at the Progressive Corporation. As such, the
internship rewards participants with practical knowledge about
contemporary art and art collection management in an imaginative
environment. The Corporate Art department works very closely and
collaboratively with their interns, resulting in a well-rounded,
fulfilling residency that has pragmatic applications for a variety of
opportunities outside of Progressive.
The Corporate Art Departmental Intern will report directly to the Art
Education and Communications Manager and assist with related projects
pertaining to that role. This includes event planning and publicity,
research and writing projects, curating exhibitions, conducting
tours, and general office management. This position will also support
other staff members on specific projects where assistance would offer
benefits to both parties. In addition to the unique environment and
outstanding educational incentives, this internship offers monetary
compensation. Wages will be decided on an individual basis,
reflecting the candidate's experience and qualifications.
* Applicants must be currently enrolled in or have graduated from
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
* Must accumulate no less than 192 hours during the internship. The
model scenario for this is: 2 FULL (8hrs) workdays per week for 12
Apply online at:

posted 4/29/2008
Mayfield Village, OH
The Progressive Art Collection offers a valuable experience that
places the intern in a world-renowned contemporary art collection
supported by a skilled staff dedicated to the art, the people, and
the creative capital at the Progressive Corporation. As such, the
internship rewards participants with practical knowledge about
contemporary art and art collection management in an imaginative
environment. The Corporate Art department works very closely and
collaboratively with their interns, resulting in a well-rounded,
fulfilling residency that has pragmatic applications for a variety of
opportunities outside of Progressive.
This position is an unpaid academic appointment, where the recipient
arranges for undergraduate or graduate credit hours through an
accredited university. The Corporate Art Academic Intern will
accumulate 192 hours of scheduled work time. By most university
standards, this is the equivalent of a 3 credit-hour course.
The central focus of this internship as primarily a research position
involves the development, exploration and organization of information
regarding the content and interpretation of various works in
Progressive's collection. This research, in turn, is used for
didactic applications like wall labels, exhibition publications,
websites and presentations. Additionally, the Corporate Art Academic
Intern will work closely with the Curator and the Registrar to
investigate new artists of interest by gathering information and
images from galleries and artists.
*Applicants currently must be enrolled in an undergraduate or
graduate program.
*Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
*Must accumulate no less than 192 hours during the internship. The
model scenario for this is: 2 FULL (8 hrs) workdays per week for 12
*Applicants must make the appropriate advance arrangements with their
academic institution to receive credit for the participation in the
Apply online at:

Location of Position United States-Ohio-Mayfield Heights
Intern will work under the direction of the Manager of Employee
Communication to provide assistance in the coordination of
communication programs, the design and production of communications
in print, audio, video, broadcast, electronic, or other mediums, and
other duties as assigned.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities
Write, coordinate, proof read and publish the Weekly Bulletin for
Cleveland area employees
Assist in the coordination and development of site communications for
community relations activities including the United Way campaign
Assist with coordination and communication of Rockwell Automation
Intranet articles
Assist in the development and updating of sections for the Global
Employee Communication Handbook
Draft organizational announcements as needed
Assist in the coordination, development and execution of a wide
variety of employee communication including the Global Communication
Impact Study, Manager Updates, Quarterly Updates, and plant
Other duties as assigned.
Position Scope:
24 – 28 hours per week for summer employment.
Minimum Qualifications Essential Functions:
The candidate must be a strong communicator – both verbal and
written, must be familiar with Microsoft Suite, able to multi-task
and demonstrate creativity, problem solving and analytical thinking
This candidate must take responsibility for assignments and
understand the potential impact of his/her contributions. Must be
accountable for performance and consistently meet deadlines. Must be
able to work independently and be accountable for results.
This candidate must be effective and maintain good working
relationships with other departments and provide creative, yet
realistic solutions to communication needs. He or she needs to be a
quick learner relative to Rockwell Automation terms and initiatives
and display solid listening skills and a demonstrated ability to
flourish in a team environment.
Conduct tasks in accordance with applicable health, safety, quality,
and environmental regulations (state/federal laws, ISO9001, ISO14000,
etc,) as well as Rockwell Automation policies and procedures. Ensures
thorough familiarity with policies and procedures relating to
standards of business conduct, and trains and motivates subordinates
in the importance of full compliance with the letter and spirit of
such policies and procedures.
Educational Requirements:
This candidate should be working on a B.S. or B.A. in Journalism,
Public Relations or Mass Communication. Junior or Senior standing
preferred, but not a requirement. GPA of 3.3 or higher preferred.
Apply online at:

Posted: 04.30.08
Akhia is now hiring a creative intern. This is a part time position
with flexible hours. Applicants must be team players who have a
willingness to learn and work hard in a fast-paced, creative
environment. The intern will work closely with the design team, as
well as the account service team. Candidates must have: - a great
sense of design - exceptional attention to detail - ability to
multitask - meet deadlines with high-quality delivery Interns will
assist with basic print production/design tasks, as well as
administration back-up. Macintosh experience mandatory. Knowledge in
InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator a must. Additional
responsibilities include: - Photoshop editing - Creation of mock ups -
 Upload/offload digital files from FTP site - Prepare files for
release - Copy edits on collateral materials - Proofreading - Assist
in research and brainstorming activities - Design edits Please send
resume and cover letter to candis [dot] hecking [at] akhia [dot] com  

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