Methodist Le Bonheur – Vice President, Marketing & Communications
Position Vice President, Marketing & Communications
Company Methodist Le Bonheur
Location Memphis, TN
Reports to Chief Strategy Officer
About Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare
Concerned about the conditions of the hospital where his sick pastor was being treated, Mississippi planter John Sherard dreamed of building a hospital that would provide excellent care for patients.
Today, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare(MLH) is an integrated, not‐for‐profit healthcare system based in Memphis, Tennessee, with locations and partners across the Mid‐South. Throughout our history, we have remained affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Our faith inspires us to serve our patients and improve the health of our entire community.
We’re committed to creating an environment that values the individual differences and unique contributions of everyone touched by our organization. And because no one knows our patients better than their family and friends, we encourage their participation in care and planning.
Through our partnership with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, we help train the next generation of medical professionals and bring cutting‐edge research and treatment to our patients. We seek affiliations with community organizations and congregations who work with our underserved neighbors, because we believe that everyone should receive the best possible care.
Check out some wonderful patient stories that show what Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare is all about.
Vice President, Marketing & Communications Role
The Vice President of Marketing & Communications will contribute to business success by establishing strategic direction for a proactive and transformational communications and marketing program that is fully integrated with the business strategy. He/she will collaborate across departments in order to shape an enterprise program that enhance brand positioning and manages our reputation with internal and external stakeholders. He/She will be responsible for the integration and consistency of communications initiatives and messages across a diverse range of stakeholders including c‐suite, corporate relations, human resources and senior executives. He/She will serve as the principal strategic communications counsel to all levels of the organization, especially senior leadership. He/She will lead communicators to drive all aspects of the marketing and communications function, including media relations, crisis communications, leadership communications, corporate reputation, employee communications and digital and social communications. He/She will model and act in accordance with Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare mission, vision, and values.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The Vice President, Marketing & Communications will perform the following duties:
- Lead the development and execution of integrated strategic marketing and communications
- Integrate innovative technologies, data and analytics platforms and communications tools into the marketing and communications
- Drive the development of a key messaging platform that ensures clear, cohesive and consistent communications across the
- Elevate a leadership communications strategy to effectively position the CEO and executive team as thought leaders and experts on important and relevant healthcare topics.
- Develop, execute and monitor marketing strategies for short and long‐term
- Lead marketing & communications and market research for the healthcare
- Serve as key member of the executive leadership
- Lead brand positioning and image management through measurable marketing and communications campaigns that are supported by market Leverage digital media and exceptional employee communications and media relations to drive results.
- Establish goals and metrics to drive individual performance and accountability and measure
- Building collaborative relationships across departmental lines and at various levels of the
- Ensure that key stakeholders are well informed and engaged.
- Creative, results‐oriented and strategic mindset with a track record of success rigorously testing and implementing new
- Exceptional skill crafting top notch communication content that ensures factual accuracy, high quality standards and consistent
- Crisis Management
- Proactive and reactive planning
- Identifying external crisis management/communications team
- Impeccable oral and written communications skills for delivering clear and cohesive writing.
- Proven ability to successfully build and lead a high‐performance
- Results‐oriented with demonstrated success building strategies to successfully achieve organization’s objectives and goals.
- Creative and innovative solutions to
- Proactive approach towards solving problems and anticipating
- Ability to manage changes seamlessly in a fast‐paced environment with competing deadlines.
- Adept providing expert counsel to senior executive
- Executive poise and presence.
- Proven conflict resolution skills in a diplomatic
- Foster positive and constructive relationships both internally and externally with key stakeholders, civic and legal community
- On the pulse and keeping up with broad industry
- Possesses high standard of integrity, credibility and business
- Passionate about the mission, vision, and values and Power of One culture of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare .
- Establishes and communicates a compelling and inspired vision, creates competitive winning strategies and plans, ensures department strategies are aligned with company strategies.
- Develops a positive, respectful, productive and professional work
- Open and transparent communications about process and progress.
- Master’s degree preferred.
- Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, journalism, or a related
- Advanced degrees in business administration (MBA) and public health (MPH)
- Minimum of 10 years’ professional experience in the marketing or communications field, agency, corporate or
- Minimum of five years of consecutive leadership
- Insights regarding marketing techniques and theory
Working at Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare
About Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare
Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare is a six‐hospital system with home health agencies and outpatient clinics that serve the entire Mid‐South.
Our commitment to provide outstanding care to each patient begins with a diverse and talented leadership team. This team includes leadership for the entire system, operational leaders for each hospital or facility and corporate leaders.
The system leadership team charts the course for the entire organization, while our operational leadership team carries out our mission at each hospital or facility. The corporate leaders help to support both the system and the operational leadership team.
Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare, in partnership with its medical staffs, will collaborate with patients and their families to be the leader in providing high quality, cost‐effective patient‐and family‐centered care. Services will be provided in a manner which supports the health ministries and Social Principles of The United Methodist Church to benefit the communities we serve.
Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare will be nationally recognized for excellence in clinical quality, patient safety, and compassionate care to improve every life we touch.
Service, Quality, Integrity, Teamwork, Innovation
Our awards are a testament to our team’s excellent work and dedication to innovation and client services. We are proud of the work we do and even prouder when it is recognized.
Some of our accolades from over the years include:
- Becker’s – 150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
- Commercial Appeal Top Workplaces – 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
- Fortune 100 Best Places to Work -2017 (ranked 92), 2018 (ranked 91) and 2019 (ranked 88)
- Fortune magazine and the Great Place to Work® Institute:
- Best Workplaces in Health Care and Biopharma 2016 (ranked 8) 2017 (ranked 5) 2018 (ranked 11)
- Best Workplaces for Diversity 2016 (ranked 21) 2017 (ranked 60)
- Best Workplaces for Women 2016 (ranked 18) 2017 (ranked 11) 2018 (ranked 67)
- Best Workplaces for African Americans 2016 (ranked 1)
- Best Workplaces to Retire From 2016 (ranked 19)
- Forbes Magazine 2019 Best Employers for Diversity (ranked 175)
- Forbes Magazine 2018 Best Employers for Women (ranked 110)
- Forbes Magazine 2017 America’s Best Employers (ranked 47)
- org 2018 Top Hospital for Diversity
- S. News & World Report ranked it the best hospital in Memphis in 2017 and 2018
- High performing in Nephrology
- Recognized in five Procedures and Conditions categories: CHF / Colon Cancer
- Surgery / COPD/ Hip Replacement / Knee Replacement
- Corporation of the Year by The Mid‐South Minority Business Council Continuum
Tell us why you are the best candidate for the Vice President, Marketing and Communications role at Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare. Please send the completed KLH & Associates Application of Employment, cover letter, resume and compensation requirements to Mr. Kim L. Hunter, Managing Partner, at email@example.com.
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Securing America’s Future Energy – Vice President of Communications
Position Vice President of Communications
Company Secure America’s Future Energy (SAFE)
Location Washington, D.C.
Reports to Robbie Diamond, Founder, President/CEO
About Secure America’s Future Energy
Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE) is an action oriented, non-ideological, not-for-profit advocacy organization committed to reducing America’s dependence on oil to bolster national security and strengthen the economy. The organization’s plans to advance energy security in the United States by expanding domestic oil and natural gas production, improving fuel efficiency, and accelerating the shift toward a transportation sector powered by a broader mix of diverse energy sources.
Armed with a deep understanding of the issues, SAFE leads the conversation on energy and transportation policy with the goal of bolstering America’s economic and national security. Agile and multidisciplinary, SAFE maintains a strategic ability to adapt to the rapidly evolving energy and transportation landscape with real-time, up-to-date analysis and recommendations.
To learn more about SAFE, click here.
Click here to watch an interview with Founder, President & CEO, Robbie Diamond discussing SAFE.
Vice President of Communications Role:
SAFE is looking for a proven communications visionary and leader of extraordinary talent, passion and commitment to develop, grow and advance a strategic communications plan focused on advocacy. They will be a competent spokesperson who can communicate well with different stakeholders from varied political ideologies. They are responsible for managing key messaging and issues through local, regional and national print, broadcast, and online media channels to target audiences in a timely manner. The VP collaborates closely with the policy, development, and government affairs teams, builds and maintains external partnerships, manages and work collaboratively with communications staff.
The Vice President will report to the President/CEO and will work closely with the Executive Vice President and other teams. They will manage and mentor an intimate communications team.
Above all, the Vice President will be the guardian of the SAFE voice for all external communications.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following:
- Leadership: Directing, collaborating and mentoring an intimate communications team consisting of a Media Relations Manager, Director of Editing and Content and the Managing Editor of our independent news and analysis website, The Fuse.
- Creative, ambitious and strategic in rigorously testing and implementing fresh ideas.
- Willing to pitch in and help others when needed.
- Open and transparent about process and progress.
- Planning and Execution: Crafting internal and external company communications materials such as presentations, talking points proposals, grants and other materials which ensure factual accuracy, quality standards and consistent messaging.
- Maintain close relationships with reporters covering energy, transportation and technology policy beats.
- Working knowledge of all media, including conservative.
- Supporting Media Relations Manager’s efforts on building and maintaining press lists, distributing press releases and statements, discuss news events off and on record, make sure reporters are well-informed on organization, and respond to media inquiries timely and prudently.
- Leading team strategy for disseminating SAFE messaging, according to relevance and frequency, on organization’s social media platforms and The FUSE.
- Being the point of contact and lead organizer for all SAFE events, ensuring placements are well-executed and fulfill group’s core objectives. This includes:
- Working with venues and production teams.
- Searching for additional speakers.
- Event promotion.
- Driving strong attendance.
- Partnership and Relationship Builder: The Vice President will help maximize potential of external partnerships with trade associations, think tanks and policy groups. They will also maintain established formal relationships with companies that are aligned with organization’s values.
- Leveraging relationship with Energy Security Leadership Council by working closely and maximizing its value.
- Effective Spokesperson: Works closely with executive leadership and departmental heads in representing company’s strategic communications interests on a range of political and development initiatives.
- Responsible for brand and reputational integrity in internal and external engagements.
- Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred.
- Minimum of six years of professional experience in the communications field, agency, corporate or otherwise.
- Passionate commitment to SAFE’s mission, value and strategic direction.
- Ability to apply knowledge of media landscape and prepare comprehensive communications strategies to achieve successful outcomes.
- Strong media relations skills.
- Team management experience.
- Effectively maximize limited resources comfortably.
- Experience in crisis/issues communications, public policy communications and brand reputation management.
- Seamlessly manage multiple priorities simultaneously.
- Strong presentation skills.
- Strong working knowledge on engaging target audiences through technology.
- Effective in driving work forward by delegating and ensuring task completing under deadlines.
- Ability to interact with senior management and communicate at all levels of the organization.
- Ability to work in a team and influence others.
- Demonstrated ability to develop and lead execution of effective communication programs and plans both internal and external across board.
- Effective people management skills.
- Ability to collaborate effectively with colleagues, agencies and partners across the organization.
- Exceptional oral and written communications skills.
- Comfortable in fast-pace, changing environments with a good sense of humor.
- Superior follow-through and time management skills.
- Straightforward, accurate and honest.
- Establishes and communicates a compelling and inspired vision, creates winning strategies and plans, ensures department strategies are aligned with organization’s core objectives.
- Willing to take a managed risk to increase group awareness and target audience.
Creating the Environment
- Develops a positive, respectful, productive and professional work environment.
Building and Maintaining Relationships
- Establishes positive connections with others.
Working at Secure America’s Future Energy (SAFE)
Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE) is a not-for-profit advocacy organization founded in 2004 and employs 25 people and multiple consultants. It unites prominent military and business leaders to develop and advocate for policies that improve America’s energy security by significantly curtailing our dependence on oil and promoting responsible use of our domestic energy resources. SAFE relies on the knowledge and experience of four-star retired military officers, Fortune 500 CEOs, and its expert staff to produce high-quality, fact based analysis and policy recommendations for lawmakers, regulatory agencies, and the public.
In 2018, GuideStar awarded the organization a bronze Seal of Transparency, showing SAFE’s commitment to transparency.
SAFE provides fact-based analysis of energy policy, markets, and trends through a combination of original research, high-profile public events, traditional and social media outlets, and public advocacy. The organization’s policy platform is truly non-partisan and encourages members of both major political parties to set aside long-held orthodoxies for the good of the country.
SAFE made its public debut in 2005 with Oil ShockWave, a fast-paced and realistic war game exercise led by former U.S. cabinet members. It then formed partnerships with some of the country’s leading corporate executives and retired military officials to develop innovative methods to educate, communicate and advocate for policy solutions to America’s evolving energy issues.
In 2009, SAFE launched the Electrification Coalition, a nonpartisan, nonprofit group of business executives representing the entire value chain of a proposed electrified transportation system, from automakers to utilities, to promote the deployment of electric vehicles on a mass scale.
After more than a decade of building relationships and expertise through a non-partisan approach, SAFE is well-positioned to work with the Trump administration and Congress towards the organization’s goal of reduced dependence on oil in the transportation sector.
There are three bipartisan leadership councils built around our mission: The Energy Security Leadership Council (ESLC), the Diplomatic Council on Energy Security and the Commission on Energy and Politics. The ESLC brings together some of America’s most prominent business and military leaders to support a comprehensive, long-term policy to reduce U.S. oil dependence and improve energy security. The ESLC works aggressively to build bipartisan support.
The Diplomatic Council on Energy Security is a bipartisan coalition of former U.S. ambassadors who have come together to speak to the diplomatic and foreign policy constraints and dangers created by the nation’s needs and oil dependence. Members of the group act as expert spokespeople and supporters, educating the public, meeting with policymakers, testifying before Congress, and more. Most importantly, they are adding their prominent voices and significant bipartisan credibility to a crucial national debate.
The Commission on Energy and Geopolitics is a bipartisan group of former high-ranking military and government officials dedicated to enhancing U.S. national security in an era of rapidly evolving energy markets. The Commission combines sophisticated energy market analysis with decades of experience formulating U.S. foreign and military policy around the globe in order to develop clear, actionable policy recommendations for furthering American interests.
SAFE & Bipartisan Government Policy
SAFE’s policy proposals have been embraced by the leaders of both major political parties. In his 2013 State of the Union Address, President Obama outlined his plan to implement one of SAFE’s policy recommendations, the establishment of an Energy Security Trust, and credited the organization with coming up with the idea. In 2007, President George W. Bush used the State of the Union Address to propose a plan closely mirroring a SAFE proposal, which ultimately led to the first improvement in automotive fuel-economy standards in a generation.
SAFE Policy Initiatives
Initiatives that SAFE is undertaking to strengthen U.S. energy security and reduce the country’s dependence on oil include:
Due to its focus on national and economic security, SAFE has a unique ability to engage conservative thought leaders and lawmakers on energy policy. Through targeted research, impactful public events, and the mobilization of trusted advocates, the organization is working to frame energy security policy in a way that brings conservatives to the table.
Implementation of Electric Vehicle Deployment Community Projects
SAFE and the Electrification Coalition have launched two major projects to support the deployment of electric vehicles in strategically chosen communities to demonstrate that significant adoption of electric vehicles is possible in an environment in which regulatory policy, education, infrastructure, and other services come together in an integrated way. The current projects are Drive Electric Northern Colorado (DENC) and Drive Electric Orlando (DEO). SAFE and the EC have also initiated partnerships with some of the nation’s largest corporations to advance adoption of electric vehicles in commercial fleets.
Policy Research, Analysis and a Legislative Agenda
Despite political challenges, it is imperative to continue to push for comprehensive energy policy legislation. Political gridlock in Washington will continue to be an obstacle to substantive reforms. However, SAFE’s national and economic security credentials make it uniquely positioned to be the leading voice influencing energy policy, and it is imperative to lay the groundwork now to be ready for when the political environment is ripe. SAFE is also planning to create several policy initiatives in a number of states.
Tell us why you are a great fit for Secure America’s Future Energy (SAFE). Please send a cover letter, resume and compensation requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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KLH & Associates Contact
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Office: 323.469.8680, ext. 225
Golin – Director, Issues and Crisis Communications
Position Director, Issues & Crisis Communications
Location Chicago, IL
Reports to David Duschene, ED, Corp Comm
Golin is an integrated, progressive agency with PR, digital and content at its core, with 50 offices around the world and 60 years of experience. Golin’s purpose is to create change through relevant and brave work, worthy of awe and action.
“Go All In” is the agency’s ethos and commitment to bravery over mediocrity. We believe we have the power to inspire real results and work tirelessly every day to do just that. We only work with the brightest and the best because we know that you can’t half ass your way to greatness.
By embracing new technologies and pushing creative boundaries, we help our clients adapt and win in a constantly evolving world. We are a full-service, integrated communications marketing provider with an extensive record of proven results delivering competitive programming, media relations and branding success that make our clients relevant to their target audiences.
Golin’s Chicago office has been experiencing a tremendous amount of growth across all practices; corporate, consumer and healthcare. And, we want to fill someone with the talent and capabilities to help us continue to grow.
Are you ready to GO ALL IN?
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Director, Issues & Crisis Communications Role:
Golin is in search of a seasoned issues management and crisis communications pro to help oversee executive-level relationships and provide strategic counsel and direction to myriad clients across consumer, healthcare, technology and corporate communications clients.
At Golin, you’ll collaborate with cutting-edge thinkers and use industry leading technologies as part of a team that’s changing the way issues management and crisis response is done. Our team is rethinking the practice of issues management and crisis response in an era when fake news proliferates and the need to consider cultural diversity is exceedingly important.
If you’re an adrenaline junkie who thrives under the pressure and seeks to support some of the world’s most prominent brands, this is the job for you. The ideal candidate will have broad experience working with clients confronting reputational crises, and in helping companies identify issues and plan against those issues to protect their reputations ahead of crises.
The Director, Issues and Crisis Communications will be based in Chicago and working with a team of five, reporting to the Executive Director, Corporate Communications.
The ideal Director, Issues and Crisis Communications candidate will have the following:
- Substantial experience in issues management and crisis communications in an agency and/or in-house staff communications position
- Experience with the C-Suite – boardroom comfortability and executive presence
- Poise and grace under pressure (aka Calm, Cool & Collected)
- Working knowledge of social media, its amplification capabilities of issues (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc) and impact on brands and businesses
- Trusted counsel to a variety of clients across different industries and sectors
- Experience driving diverse perspectives on communications
- Experience helping clients avoid and/or manage through diversity related crises
- Working knowledge of trendspotting and forecasting future trends
- Possessing excellent writing and editing skills for delivering clear, simple, cohesive prose under perpetual deadlines
- Curious on what constitutes and makes news, social media engagement and broader public interest
- Proven understanding and sensitivity to issues that affect client brand and reputation
- Previous experience nurturing and growing strong individuals and teams
- Plan and execute proposed strategy, including content creation under deadlines
- Prior business development knowledge and experience
- Curious about the intersection of political and public policy impact on client’s business success
- Background working with political campaigns or activist groups a plus
- Multilingual a plus
The Director, Issues and Crisis Communications will possess the following competencies:
- Confidence – in providing guidance to the most challenging clients and most senior executives
- Calm – ensures team can find and deliver solutions to end crises when a situation gets worse
- Diversity of thought – bringing in a unique, diverse POV in their approach
- Creative – approach challenges with an open mind and find the best solutions
- Adrenaline thinker – can handle shifting priorities and deadline, work in ambiguity and creates order in turbulent environments
- Hands-on – can work in a collaborative environment
- Unbiased – can put aside opinions and act in client’s best interest
- Motivational – enjoy working with junior professionals and mentor
- Pragmatic – experience is grounded in traditional PR but deft in integrated approaches with a solid background in executing communications strategies which help shape and influence public opinion
Working at Golin
Join Golin to help us build a new progressive public relations industry to reach a profoundly diverse global market.
People at Golin are Courageously Happy and they are empowered to pursue the adventures they always wished they could do, but haven’t been able to. Therefore, we offer the following perks:
- Life Time vacation plan (take the time off when you need it)
- Enhanced family care
- Ridiculously good health and wellness benefits
- Ability to work from anywhere one day a week
- Monthly Life Time stipend for the gym or hobbies
Diversity & Inclusion
We are committed to enabling our clients to fully engage with the newly-defined and profoundly-diverse ‘general market’. Our people must authentically reflect this diverse market – inspiring a culture that is intentionally inclusive, so that clients can develop and embody more relatable brand identities.
We are committed to gender pay equity. It is a right for every employee at Golin. The #MeToo and Times Up movements launched us into a new era of gender equality. Have Her Back is our progressive stance – and a call out to our entire industry – to welcome female creatives back and propel all women’s careers forward.
Golin is bringing our brand positioning to life by building a progressive Public Relations agency built for the profoundly diverse global market. We are looking for exceptional candidates that have deep, relevant applied expertise and a passion for Public Relations.
We want you to bring your authentic perspective and lived experience to work every in order to help our clients connect and engage with the profoundly diverse global market. We want to know who you are, what you’ve accomplished and how you can help Golin be the most progressive Public Relations agency in the industry.
We foster curiosity, creativity, collaboration, drive and bravery in our core values, and we believe that hiring and retaining the best employees who embody those characteristics are a prerequisite to client satisfaction, business development and financial performance. We take care to create a friendly, stimulating, team-oriented work environment. And while our employees work hard, the Golin style is supportive, warm and welcoming.
We’re bold. We aren’t afraid to take risks that affect big change. We deliver innovative approaches by combining the best in reputation building and branding—a Golin hallmark—with deep therapeutic knowledge and expertise.
Our awards are a testament to our team’s excellent work and dedication to innovation and client services. We are proud of the work we do and even prouder when it is recognized by our peers.
Some of the accolades we’ve earned and won include:
- Holmes Agency of the Year 2013
- PR News US Large Firm of the Year 2013
- Holmes Best Place to Work 2014
- PRWeek Global Agency of the Year 2015
- PRWeek US Best Place to Work 2015
- PRMoment Large Agency of the Year 2015
- PRWeek International Agency of the Year 2016
- PRCA Large Consultancy of the Year 2017
- The Drum PR Consultancy of the Year 2017
Tell us why you are a great fit for Golin. Please send a cover letter, resume and compensation requirements to email@example.com .
KLH & Associates Contact
Mr. Kim L. Hunter
Office: 323.469.8680, ext. 225
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