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Written by Alexander Kim   
Monday, 23 March 2009 22:23
H ere are job opportunities released by the Los Angeles District Office of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger: 

* Administrative Assistant, City of Los Angeles, Mayor's Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Relations. Responsible for general office duties and lobbyist/legislative support. Salary negotiable. More information: e-mail donna.estacio@lacity.org. (3/24) 

 

* Legislative Representative, City of Los Angeles, Mayor's Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Relations. Work at direction of Chief Legislative Representative Jim DeBoo, assist in developing strategies to implement Mayor's/City's priorities and objectives. Salary negotiable. More information: e-mail donna.estacio@lacity.org. (3/24) 

 

* Government Relations Attorney - Kaiser Permanente, Oakland. Minimum 3 years experience including legislative, health care policy, health services research and knowledge of managed care regulation needed for full-time position. Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Apply: http://kaiserpermanentejobs.org, req. #1223. (4/15) 

 

* The California Public Employees' Retirement System seeks 3 CEA V positions: Deputy Executive Officer, Benefits Administration, details here; Deputy Executive Officer, Operations, details here; Director of External Affairs, details here. Salaries start at $9544/month. Final Filing 4/10/09. Contact 916 795 0426. (4/10) 

 

* Director of Government Affairs, California Retailers Association. In-house lobbyist coordinating activities/advocacy for CRA's Chain Drug Committee and representing retail industry on other issues. Capitol experience preferred. Salary based on experience, full benefits. Resumes: Tawni Escudero, tescudero@calretailers.com, fax 916 441 4218. (4/7) 

 

* California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board seeks CEA IV, Chief Administrative Law Judge for Appellate Operations, second level of appeals. Salary range $9,018.00 - $10,459.46/Month; Final Filing 3/23/09 or until filled. Get details here. Contact: kiml@cuiab.ca.gov. (3/23) 

 

* Associate Lobbyist, Consumer Attorneys of CA. Entry level advocate: research/monitor legislation, write position letters, conduct legal research. Law degree or law school experience required/Capitol experience preferred. Salary to $55,000 DOE plus benefits. Resumes: Nancy Peverini, Nancyp@caoc.org, fax 916 442 7734. (3/20) 

 

* Forward Observer - Consulting firm seeks high-performing individuals with strong research, writing, analytic, and quantitative skills to conduct business/economic strategy and political analyses for clients in fast-paced setting. Competitive salary/benefits. Cover letter, resume, writing sample to careers@fwdobserver.com (3/31)

 

* Chief Executive Officer -Santa Barbara County Employees' Retirement. Assets of $1.3 billion. Candidates may apply by March 20, 2009. Salary depends on qualifications. Contact Eric Middleton at 562 901 0769, emiddleton@alliancerc.com.

Additional information at www.allianceresourceconsulting.com.

EEO/ADA. (3/20) 

 

* Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, State Policy Director (Sacramento). Educate legislators about public investments that steer kids away from crime. 5 years minimum legislative staff/advocacy experience required. All party affiliations welcome. Competitive salary/benefits. Announcement: http://www.fightcrime.org/jobs.php?id=125  (3/20) 

 

* Sony PlayStation®: Manager, Product Public Relations
San Diego, California
 

Be a part of the most exciting and innovative computer entertainment company in North America. Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) markets the PlayStation® family of products and develops, publishes, markets, and distributes software for the PS one™ console, the PlayStation®2 and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment systems and the PlayStation Portable (PSP™) 

We are seeking a Manager, Product Public Relations located in San Diego, CA. This position oversees the public relations for a variety of first-party PlayStation® family entertainment software titles. You must be a creative and strategic thinker with proven abilities to lead teams and create/execute strong public relations campaigns. 

Responsibilities: Direct, manage, and support the PR Manager, Team and Department in all areas of Public Relations to include: Develop and implement PR plans and campaigns for a variety of first-party PlayStation family entertainment software titles. Manage PR Specialists, as well as coordinate and manage PR agencies. Manage PR specialists on day to day activities and offer career growth and guidance. Develop relationships with key members of consumer and business media, including various vendors, other SCEA departments, and both internal and external developers. Create strategic and proactive programs to gain media mind share and understanding of the product platforms and associated first party titles. Oversee creation (and create) PR materials including fact sheets, pitch letters, Q&A’s, FAQ’s, developer bios, testimonial sheets, press releases, and wrap reports. Drive online (multi-player) program for titles by creating innovative and forwarding thinking programs for online functionality. Manage projects with minimal supervision and direction and be able to supervisor when appropriate. Initiate brainstorming sessions to generate new ideas and initiatives for software campaigns. Prepare and train spokespeople (developers, internal producers, etc.) for media presentations and interviews. Develop PowerPoint presentations and speech points. Develop compelling, targeted messaging for titles; prepare materials and manage press in an effort to implement messaging. Oversee coordination of media tours/events and attend as necessary. Create strategic plans and press releases. Interface effectively with other departments. Skills:Ability to interact with various members of the business and consumer media and work well as a team member. Ability and desire to foster relationships with the media, internal team members, and various vendors. Ability to work closely with different teams and departments within SCEA. Experience working with and/or managing an external PR Agency. Experience in media and public relations including writing, project management, strategic planning and execution, training spokespeople, coordination of tours/events, and people management. Strong written, verbal, analytical, presentation, and interpersonal skills are a must. Candidate must have experience with successfully managing a budget. Experienced in MS Word, Excel, Adobe Photoshop, email clients, and the Internet. Candidate must also be able to learn new technical programs. Solid/proven track record of developing and executing consumer PR plans and strategies.  The successful applicant must also demonstrate analytical and strategic thought in plans and programs.  Strong writing/editing skills for developing creative press materials as well as internal/external communications.  The desired candidate must possess at least 3 years experience in consumer PR. Gaming knowledge or gaming as a hobby is preferred. Candidates should have knowledge and experience in either high technology and/or consumer markets. The ability to learn and develop with an established and growing market is a must.  

Required Experience / Education: 3+ years experience in a related field 4-year degree or equivalent Preferred Experience / Education:6+ years experience in a related field 4-year degree or equivalent

Apply at:  www.us.playstation.com/jobs

Requisition Number:  SF11794 

 

* PR JOBS Los Angeles & Irvine, Calif.  

Taco Bell | Irvine, Calif.

 

PR & Sponsorships Coordinator

Responsibilities include 1) working with in-house and agency partners to coordinate sponsorship activations and ensuring first-class execution and 2) handling incoming brand PR media calls and then effectively and efficiently managing the response process.  

Candidates must have 2-4 years of PR agency experience with specific expertise in effectively dealing with the media, as well as strong news writing and event management skills including coordinating, managing, and executing top-notch events.  Interested candidates must contact Jim Delulio at jdelulio@prtalent.com 

    

* MWW Group | Los Angeles

 EVP/SVP Consumer

This top-notch national firm [ www.mwwpr.com ] is seeking a seasoned PR agency veteran with strong regional contacts to develop and lead consumer branding business in LA and the west. 

Candidates must have a proven track record in new business development and leading strategic consumer branding campaigns, as well as outstanding client relations and staff management experience. 

Interested candidates must contact Jim Delulio at jdelulio@prtalent.com

  Folks, Below is a nice opportunity for an experienced and effective grassroots organizer position on behalf of our California Community Colleges.  We are specifically interested in candidates from the Central Valley (not Sacramento; but including the Central Coast). 

This is a good way for somebody to get to know higher education, specifically our 110 community colleges, that could easily translate into a permanent position at one of our colleges or elsewhere.  If you know of anybody, please encourage them to apply.  Also feel free to send them my way with your recommendation and I will pass them along to Scott at the League (this will obviously help their chances). Thanks! Tod  

March 16, 2009

 

Dear Tod,

 

The League is currently seeking three regional representatives to implement our expanded budget advocacy effort. The positions are funded for twelve months through voluntary contributions from our community college districts, and the representatives will be coordinating local activities and information among colleges, legislative offices, and the media relating to the ongoing budget crisis.

 

The Legislative Analyst's Office announcement today that the 2009-10 budget is already $8 billion out of balance, and colleges are facing an apportionment shortfall of nearly $80 million. It is clear that we need to organize like never before to ensure that we keep the doors open so that our students and communities have access to the tools our colleges provide to most quickly rebound from this economic crisis.

 

We have posted the positions on employment websites and distributed the job announcements to all of our colleges. But, I want to also turn to you, our cadre of dedicated college advocates. The positions will be competitive--hundreds of resumes arrived yesterday and today--but we want to ensure that we get the most diverse pool of outstanding candidates possible.

 

Therefore, if you know of anyone who would be interested in one of the regional representative positions, please pass along the following job announcements.

 

We hope to fill these positions very quickly to get representatives on the ground, so please urge any possible candidates not to delay in submitting the requested materials. Resumes should be sent to scottlay@ccleague.org.Regional Representative: Bay Area Regional Representative: Central Valley/Central Coast Regional Representative: Southern California As always, thank you for being part of this amazing advocacy effort for community colleges as we work to provide the highest quality education possible to the Californians who are counting on us.
Scott Lay
President and Chief Executive Officer
 

Community College League of California
2017 O Street, Sacramento, California 95811
916.444.8641 . www.ccleague.org
    
Operations Manager
The Children's Partnership

The Children’s Partnership seeks a well-organized self-starter & problem-solver to serve as its full-time Operations Manager, the “go-to” person for the day-to-day operations of a busy, bicoastal advocacy organization working to improve the lives of America’s children. Duties include Operations Management, Staff Liaison, and Accounts Payable & Receivable Management in addition to Communications and Program Support. Full description: http://www.childrenspartnership.org. Salary: High 30’s — Low 40’s (D.O.E.).

Excellent Benefits. Forward cover letter, resume, and brief writing sample to 310.260.1921 (Fax) or operations.search@childrenspartnership.org. No calls please.

Salary: High 30’s to Low 40’s (D.O.E.) with Excellent Benefits  


Location
City Santa Monica
State California
Zip Code 90401-1321

Contact Information
Contact Name The Children's Partnership
Fax 310-260-1921
Email operations.search@childrenspartnership.org
Job Website Posting URL http://www.childrenspartnership.org
   
Policy Analyst
CCALAC
Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County (CCALAC) is a membership organization dedicated to the promotion of free and community clinics as providers of quality comprehensive health care for the medically underserved people of LA County.

CCALAC seeks a policy analyst who will play a key role in helping CCALAC and its Government Affairs team research, develop and drive a policy agenda to improve the position of community clinics on local/state/federal levels. The candidate will communicate with the media, elected officials, county and state agencies, members and the public.

This position requires excellent analytical, communication and writing skills, with Bachelor’s degree, preferably in government, political science, public policy, public health, communications or related field. Strong candidates would have a minimum of 3-5 years experience in communications, public policy, or policy analysis and an advanced degree.

Competitive salary and benefits

Contact: Policy Analyst Search - C. Hundley
1055 Wilshire Blvd. #1400, Los Angeles CA 90017

Fax 213-201-6519, chundley@ccalac.org

Location
City Los Angeles
State California
Zip Code 90017

Contact Information
Contact Name Christopher Hundley
Address 1 1055 Wilshire Bl. #1400
Address 2 Los Angeles, CA 90017
Fax 213-201-6519
Email chundley@ccalac.org
Job Website Posting URL  
   
Executive Director
 

SUMMARY
This Executive Director position oversees the implementation and evaluation of all revenue producing programs and educational programs for the National Chavez Center (
NCC). The Executive Director reports directly to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the overall operation of the (NCC) and its staff, as well as the promotion and outreach for NCC.

DUTIES
AND RESPONSIBLILITIES:

Administration
• Responsible for overseeing payroll, licenses, permits and government compliance
• Developing and carrying out strategic and operational plans
• Managing and monitoring the finances and budget for
NCC
operations
• Directing and supervising all
NCC
staff including employee development and training, performance management, and policy enforcement.
• Developing an effective business plan for
NCC


Fundraising
• Managing and participating in project fundraising for
NCC.
• Plan, implement, and evaluate event-specific fund raising activities within assigned geographic area
• Responsible for developing relationships with community organizations responding to publicized needs, in order to identify and develop fundraising “tie-ins" with organizations where the
NCC
receives proceeds from the events.
• Builds and expands strong relationships at various levels within corporations and foundations identifying financial and program support to the
NCC


Programming
• Oversee coordination of exhibits, cultural and community events, and trainings
• Ensure that programs are implemented efficiently and effectively
• Responsible for establishing and maintaining a positive relationship with the community by networking and collaborating with other organizations.

Sales and Marketing
• Providing a high degree of visibility to diverse communities by representing the
NCC at the local, regional, state, national, and international level
• Developing and implementing marketing and outreach plan for
NCC
.
• Developing and strengthening partnerships with relevant groups to further the visibility of the
NCC
.
• Serve as primary sales contact for the
NCC
and will oversee all sales and marketing of all meeting spaces, adhering to all guidelines of written policy.

Food and Catering Services
• Overseeing that the
NCC
achieves maximum revenue and profit potential while exceeding guest expectations
• Overseeing the development and execution of action plans to increase catering activity, creativity and profit
• Overseeing that sanitation and safety standards are maintained above levels that are acceptable according to State and Federal regulations.

Property Management, Grounds Keeping and Facilities
• Overseeing all aspects of the conference center, visitor center, memorial garden, grounds and facilities.
• Oversee the operations and management of the property and ensuring that the property is fiscally sound and managed effectively and efficiently.

Event Management
• Oversee event coordination activities for all special events.
• Responsible for overseeing events and monitoring events in accordance with standards
• Overseeing and ensuring follow up with client during and after event to ensure client satisfaction.

SKILLS
AND
ABILITIES
• Experience in multi-tasking of projects and project management
• Proficient Knowledge of MS Office - Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint
• Working knowledge of food and hospitality sales systems
• Working knowledge of liquor control procedures and basic food handling and sanitation standards
• Ability to work well with people, in a team environment, and to communicate effectively both written and oral
• Ability to function in a fast paced environment, under short time constraints, and within established deadlines
• Bilingual Spanish preferred but not required

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

• BA or BS with emphasis in hospitality, food & beverage, business administration, educational programs or related field
• Five to seven years experience in conference services or related position with three years supervisory/management experience
• Previous experience in educational programming required

Please forward resume to:

Email:
fwmrecruiter@hotmail.com

Fax 661-822-1058

 

* Los Angeles City College Foundation – Associate Director 

 

Founded in 1929 Los Angeles City College celebrates a dynamic community of learners representingglobal diversity. Our college serves a diverse community of over 16,000 students who come from nearbyhigh schools and far-off continents. Whether from near or far, high-school students and senior citizens,newly arrived immigrants, and individuals with advanced degrees, transfer-bound learners, and thoseseeking job skills programs all find their place on our campus.

The Los Angeles City College Foundation is seeking an Associate Director to work closely with the ExecutiveDirector of this dynamic organization which houses the Alumni Association and administers scholarship fundsas well as serving as the college’s development office.

The successful candidate will assist the Executive Director in the planning and coordination of the day-todayactivities of the Foundation, including:

• Identifying and soliciting funds from private individuals, corporations and foundations.

• Plan and implement an innovative approach to finding and recruiting LACC alumni from existingsources of raw data dating back to 1929 for the reinvigoration of the alumni association

• Coordinate fundraising events.

• Assure compliance with all federal, state and local laws, relevant to events and the associated generalappeal.

• Assist in the planning and coordinating of assigned activities and events aimed at donor prospectsincluding alumni, retired staff and special target groups.

• Work with the Executive Director and the contracted grant writer to prepare written proposals andgrant reports.

• Assist in the development and implementation of strategies for volunteer leadership and enhancedcommunity involvement in fund raising activities.

• Assist administrators, Foundation Board of Directors and other key individuals in planning andmanaging specific activities.

• Recruit, organize and direct the efforts of volunteers in fund-raising activities.

• Manage and Oversee Marketing and Public Relations.

• Assist in the design and contents of fund development informational literature.

Qualifications:• 5 years experience in an academic fundraising setting• Alumni Association experience• Proven track record in grant acquisition and implementation• Events production experience• Experience managing a comprehensive development program• Strong oral and written communication skills• Proven ability to establish and meet goals• Effective management and interpersonal skills• Professional approach to work• Experience in Raiser’s Edge a plus• College degree required Competitive salary and benefits commensurate with experience

Email resume (as a PDF or Word document) and salary requirements to info@laccfoundation.org;

 

no phone calls please. 

 

* POSITION DESCRIPTION:  

 

Office of Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa

Director for Performance Management  

As a member of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s staff, the Director for Performance Management joins with his or her colleagues to provide advice, counsel and focus on achieving results the mayor has set forth in fulfilling his role as Chief Executive Officer of the City of Los Angeles.  

The Director for Performance Management will lead and guide the Performance Management Unit (PMU), a staff of policy analysts, to review and assess progress made on mayoral initiatives designed to accomplish broader outcomes in specific focus areas of the Villaraigosa Plan.

Additionally, she or he will work with the Mayor’s senior staff to strategically plan future initiatives, including milestones and metrics, prior to initiation of a plan. The Director reports to the Mayor’s Executive Team via the Chief of Staff.  

The Director’s primary responsibility is to manage and improve policy development and implementation throughout the Mayor’s Office. This includes researching best practices and options on policy priorities by conducting independent research to present innovative and cost-effective solutions to entrenched operational problems, problem solving where there are undue and unnecessary delays to progress, as well as identifying potential problems and resolutions.  

The Director will meet on a regular basis with the Mayor to report on performance of the Mayor’s office and city departments. These sessions include an overall assessment of the progress on priority initiatives, significant milestones or accomplishments, emerging issues that may require future attention or may cause delays or hindrances to achieving the initiative’s goal, and robust recommendations for moving forward. 

The Director will work with staff to develop and refine the performance and management accountability tracking and reporting process. She or he will guide staff to develop metrics, operational and financial, to be used to evaluate achievement and performance through the use of baselines, milestones, and trajectories to measure progress. Together, they will develop and refine the performance and management accountability tracking and reporting process used by the Mayor’s office to foster the delivery of results by departments more quickly.  

The Director will guide staff to reach out to departments and teams throughout the City to assist personnel in implementing performance measures. This consultation process educates policy teams and departments as well as ensures the Mayor’s budgetary and policy goals are reflected in each department’s operations, within the context of the established strategic plan. Utilizing the Mayor’s website, the Director will share progress on the strategic plan, developing clear and understandable information.  The ideal candidate will have demonstrated executive leadership and consulting skills. Personal characteristics required include: consensus builder, problem solver, ability to move between theory and practice, entrepreneurial, articulate, demonstrated leadership, energetic and an adroit manager. The work itself requires great resiliency, creativity, resourcefulness and tenacity. The director works inside the city structure and on occasion, externally throughout the community. An important characteristic is a well-developed capacity for public speaking on complex issues along with the ability to motivate others and garner both support and resources to accomplish the work.  

The role of PMU director requires an understanding of the function and structure of local government in general, and of the City of Los Angeles, in particular. The importance of public service as a noble calling is a deeply held value of Mayor Villaraigosa and must be shared by all who work for his administration.  

 

Alexander Kim
Deputy Director -
Los Angeles
Regional Office
Office of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
300 South Spring Street, Suite 16701
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Tel. 213-897-0322   Fax. 213-897-0319
 

 

 



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