Strategic Communications Specialists Secret Clearance 2 positions

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
Strategic Communications Specialists (x2)
The Strategic Communications Specialists should have at least a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and at least five (5) years of experience in providing public affairs support in a professional communications environment.
The requirement for Bachelor's degree may be waived if the candidate has some higher level education and at least ten (I 0) years of experience as a communicator or writer in support of various unique, specialized organizational goals.
Previous experience with Defense related public affairs support is desired.
The candidate should provide a maximum of a two (2) page writing sample of a previously published professional publication.
The candidate should have excellent skills in customer relations and be able to communicate effectively with and for senior level DoD and USMC officials to assist them in the process of communicating the USMC message.
The candidate should have excellent professional writing skills and verbal communications skills.
The candidate should have demonstrated competence in research and planning skills to support outreach activities.
The Specialist should have the ability to effectively organize and track tasks, and develop well-written business letters and reports.
Experience with social media and social collaboration favored.

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