Senior Strategic Communications Manager Secret Clearance

Company Name:
RCJ Consulting,LLC
Candidate must be local only, this is an onsite position
Candidate must be able to telephone prescreen within 24 hours
Candidate must be able to pass federal background check
No 3rd party Agencies or resumes with agency or phone number listed as a contact point for an agency
No small companies
No remote work
No Corp to Corp Arrangements
W2 candidates only preferred
Senior Strategic Communications Manager
The Senior Strategic Communication Manager should have at least a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and at least twelve (12) years of experience as a communicator or writer in support of various unique, specialized organizational goals.
The requirement for a Bachelor's degree may be waived if the candidate has some higher level education and at least fifteen (15) years of experience as a communicator or writer in support of various unique, specialized organizational goals.
The candidate should provide a maximum of a two (2) page writing sample of a previously published professional publication.
The candidate must be thoroughly familiar and proficient in the use of commercial software packages such as Adobe InDesign Suite, Microsoft Word, Project, Excel and PowerPoint.
The candidate should have excellent professional writing skills and verbal communications skills.
The candidate should demonstrate competence representing organizations of departmental, national, and international interests via multimedia and face-to-face venues, such as print, broadcast and exhibit formats.
A working level knowledge of video streaming is required.
The manager must be able to convey meaningful messages related to the organizational mission scientific research and technology discovery and transition.
The manager should have the ability to effectively write, edit, and publish newsletters and other publications.

A minimum of a SECRET INTERIM clearance and the ability to obtain a favorable FINAL SECRET clearance is required.

Some travel may be required in support of USMC events.

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