Presently we are looking for candidates for the following positions:
JOB TITLE: Public Affairs Specialist
JOB SUMMARY: Assist in maintaining, managing, and coordinating the activities performed to support the operation of a federally chartered public advisory board. The scope of the activities performed is very broad and will be performed working in a federal facility as a contractor staff member.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:• This position involves doing a substantial amount of writing that will ultimately be read by members of the public, including press releases, newsletters, meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, narrations, etc.• Excellent communication skills are a requirement, including the ability to be tactful, and fully consider choices of wording prior to communicating them.• Be able to take notes of meetings proceedings and turn them into meeting minutes that provide a clear and concise overview of what transpired in the meeting.• Maintain and archive records to Document Management & Control Centers.• Maintain incoming and outgoing correspondence and correspondence records/log.• Compile daily news clippings and e-mail clippings to recipients on a schedule.• Take photos, write, edit, and lay out a quarterly newsletter, as well as coordinate printing and distribution.• Prepare an annual report of the board’s activities, including writing, editing, and laying out an approximately 24-page publication.• Distribute board recommendations and maintain recommendations files; format board recommendations to be sent to DOE; assist recommendation issue managers in developing recommendations to be presented to the board; maintain the recommendation tracking chart.• Take meeting minutes; distribute for review; submit approved copy to DOE-HQ; maintain the monthly meeting minutes notebook.• Edit and assemble a video recording of monthly meetings into a one-hour presentation for distribution to local public access cable channels. Upload videos to the board’s YouTube channel.• Submit monthly Federal Register notices and 72-hour Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs notices.• Prepare and distribute monthly meeting packets of materials to board members and other interested stakeholders.• Work with presenters at board meetings in receiving presentations in a timely manner and assist presenters in setting up their presentations for board meetings. Draft a thank you letter for presenters after meetings.• Assist the committee chair and the DOE liaison in developing committee agendas and supporting materials.• Organize pre-meeting conference calls prior to committee meetings; maintain committee notebooks, track action items, fulfill miscellaneous requests for support from committees.• Maintain the Board website, uploading approved meeting minutes, recommendations, and other materials.• Maintain the board’s Facebook page.• Track member attendance at meetings and send non-attending members copies of meeting handouts.• Manage logistics for meetings (meeting room setup and coordination with audio/video contractor).
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:• Bachelor’s degree in Communications, English, or Journalism, or similar field.
QUALIFICATIONS:• Must be able to pass an OPM/DOE background check required for positions of public trust.• Be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, especially Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel.• Have some experience with newsletter or other document design.
OPTIONAL BUT DESIREABLE:• Basic understanding of chemistry, nuclear physics, and/or geology a plus.• Proficiency with multimedia software programs like Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and video production techniques and video editing programs like Sony Vegas Video.
Other Requirements: Working hours are generally 8 work hours per day during normal business hours but will require evening work (until roughly 8 p.m.) twice per month.The employee must adhere to all safety and security requirements of the work location.
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In addition, we are accepting resumes at large for positions that will be opening in the areas of records management, records classification/declassification, administrative support, customer service, software development, and network administration.
Here is a link our employment application: MCH Corporation Employment Application. Please fill one out and submit it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
E-Verify:If you are selected for a position, the documentation that you present for purposes of completing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Form I-9 will be verified through the DHS "E-Verify" system. Federal Law requires MCH to use the E-Verify system to verify the employment eligibility of all new hires, and obligates the new hire to take affirmative steps to resolve any discrepancies identified by the system as a condition of continued employment. MCH Corporation is an E-Verify Participant.
Our company employs people in a number of states in the continental United State (CONUS) from New Hampshire and North Carolina to Tennessee and New Mexico. We are open to considering opportunities anywhere in the United States and select OCONUS locations.
We are experienced at meeting government requirements related to security, health & safety, and operating a drug free workplace.
In addition, we have experience at procuring products and subcontract services with government funds as well as managing government property either provided to us by customers or purchased on their behalf.
We look forward to hearing from you. Weather you are looking for employment or looking for a capable company that can provide cost effective solutions for your organization. You can reach us at:
995 Hwy 11 S (Purple Heart Trail)
P.O. Box 720
Sweetwater, TN 37874
Phone: (888) 534-1729
Fax: (888) 534-1730
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