Promotion and Marketing Associate

Be in the midst of creative people who are passionate about the services we provide to our community.  

WJXT, a public media organization seeks an energetic and highly organized person to help create and manage a wide range of marketing and promotional content in support of our four service “platforms” – TV, Radio, Digital, and Live Events.

You would be involved in:
•    Managing our trade advertising, ad creation and placement;
•    Writing and distributing press releases;
•    Writing and distributing email “highlights” and newsletters;
•    Working with the radio team, during pledge drives (3-4X’s a year);
•    Assisting with social media promotion (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter);
•    Assisting in the creation of marketing plans for events and station promotions;
•    Working with WJCT’s Creative Director, assisting with design projects.

A qualified candidate would possess:
•    1-2 years of experience in marketing, advertising, promotional marketing etc. preferred;
•    A bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, public relations preferred or a related field;
•    Strong interpersonal and presentation skills;
•    Strong writing skills;
•    Strong interest in marketing and promotions,
•    Strong organizational skills with the ability to balance multiple priorities and meet deadlines;
•    Graphic design skills and experience a BIG plus (with knowledge and proficiency in design software such as Illustrator, etc.);
•    Ability to do high quality work under pressure;
•    Ability to work in a team environment, while also displaying individual initiative;
•    Ability to speak up; identify new promotional techniques to increase community awareness.
•    An affinity for the mission of public media.

If you’re ready to make an impact and a difference, we want to hear from you!

Please provide a cover letter with salary expectations and resume to; or WJCT HR 100 Festival Park Avenue Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Fax: 904-358-6385.

WJCT is a drug free workplace and an organization committed to equal opportunity and equal access M/F/V/D.


The Doyle Group (TDG) is seeking a dynamic individual to join its publishing team as Editor-in-Chief for Chiropractic Economics. This individual has the personality to interact successfully with authors, industry professionals and internal team members. This individual has the unique ability to both plan and manage continuous workflow, is able to operate autonomously and is deadline oriented. An interest in alternative medicine such as chiropractic, massage, yoga, etc. is also required.

Print Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide/manage content for 20 issues per year
    • Each issue to follow a coherent theme based on the editorial calendar
  • Assign and acquire articles from industry contacts, professional contacts, and freelance writers
    • Process submitted invoices from paid freelance writers
  • Write the Editor’s Letter for each issue
  • Write approximately 4 to 5 feature articles per year
  • Write original articles (not features) and press releases when necessary
  • Supervise and edit two annual surveys, assisting the associate editor
  • Select content from Datebook and Product databases for each issue
  • Perform first reads on submitted articles, first rounds in layout, first rounds in hardcopy, and first reads of final proofs
    • Assist the art director when requested for proofing, layout adjustments, etc.
  • Respond to queries from readers, PR staff, and trade representatives

Digital Duties and Responsibilities

  • Work with content marketing manager to assign, edit and post digital-only articles
  • Work with content marketing manager to assign and edit specialty digital products such as eBooks and sponsored content
  • Post press releases and research to the website
  • Post the digital issue of the magazine in conjunction with the associate editor
  • Host webinars, podcasts and occasional news videos

Other Responsibilities

  • Work with the sales department
    • To develop the editorial calendar and strive to fill target topics
    • Notify sales when potential conflicts may arise with respect to content and advertisers and work with sales to resolve the potential conflict
    • Write advertising copy, copyedit when requested
    • Support at industry tradeshows
  • Supervise the associate editor
  • Interview industry experts at trade shows
  • Review book submissions

What Success Looks Like

  • Successful management of annual deadlines – 20 issues per year
    • Deadline management to ensure that production has all edit in hand for the next issue when the current issue in production goes to press
  • Ownership mentality around the publications print and digital properties
    • Monitors the industry to maintain the magazine’s leadership position
    • Ideation and execution for print and digital initiatives to further goal of remaining #1 publication in the space
  • Responsive to team members and others outside the organization
  • Cultivates relationships with industry experts
  • Integration into TDG culture

Qualifications and Skills

  • Proven performance and success as an editor-in-chief
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
  • Expert typography, composition skills
  • Detailed oriented
  • Impeccable writing/copywriting skills
  • Thoroughly familiar with AP style
  • Familiarity with Word press
  • Time management skills
  • Positive, solutions oriented attitude
  • Entrepreneurial nature
  • A degree in journalism/writing
  • Portfolio or website link required

About The Doyle Group

We are an established and growing B2B media and e-commerce firm serving complementary healthcare professionals. With a 60-year track record, we are the absolute leaders in our industry. We launched our e-commerce professional liability insurance business 4 years ago and have already achieved significant market share. Our near-term business strategy includes further penetration into existing markets and expansion into new health, wellness and beauty verticals / disciplines with a laser focus on integrated, multi-channel marketing initiatives.

You can expect a stable yet fast-paced working environment, along with an office culture that rewards, recognizes, and respects achievement. We encourage creative thinking and provide the freedom to develop original marketing campaigns. All ideas are listened to and if we agree are tenable, acted upon as soon as possible!

TDG has no debt and no VC involvement.

North Florida School of Special Education

Marketing, Communications and Web Manager (part time, 20-25 hours/week)

Join the staff of the North Florida School of Special Education and put your marketing super powers to use to help amplify the stories of super kids and a super school. A school with a farm, food truck and horse stables? Just imagine all the great content you'll be cranking out.

The Marketing, Communications and Web Manager will:

• Manage all marketing & communications for the school to the community, staff and parents
• Cover all aspects of creation and management of the school's web presence
• Maintain content across all social media channels

About North Florida School:  

North Florida School of Special Education opened its doors in 1992, brought to life by a group of parents who recognized the need for better educational opportunities for their children with intellectual and developmental differences. These parents dreamed of a learning environment where children who traveled a different developmental path were embraced, educated, nurtured and equipped with the life skills to become contributing members of their community. We have outgrown our current school building and hope to break ground soon on our dream of a 32,000 sq. ft. building that will allow us to nearly double our enrollment. This year, our focus is on continuing to raise the educational bar for students with intellectual and developmental differences, with the ongoing goal to provide a safe and nurturing learning environment while improving academic, vocational and social skills.


Please email resumes to Jessica Waugaman, Director of Advancement,

Public Information Specialist

Environmental Projects/ Transportation Projects

Hester Group is a woman-owned corporation specializing in environmental and transportation outreach services for federal and state agencies.  Hester Group currently has two full time positions to provide communications and outreach services for clients in the Southeast region of the U.S.

The positions entail keeping the community aware of transportation and environmental project developments and activities, and gathering and documenting feedback, questions and concerns from the public. Must have proven experience in customer service, media relations, coordinating and planning meetings and events, as well as working with the public, elected and appointed officials.


  • Maintain proactive communications with client agencies, project teams and other contract personnel to relay and help address public concerns and other pertinent information. Position includes attending progress and agency meetings.
  • Must write clearly, concisely and accurately to convey project information in fact sheets, newsletters, news releases and other documents. Work with graphic artists to develop eye-catching, impactful visuals to help convey key messages. Provide content and direction to help develop project digital communications via websites, social media, smartphone applications, etc. Make public presentations to officials, community groups and others.
  • Develop comprehensive Public Involvement Plans, Community Awareness Plans and other communications plans to identify stakeholders, engage the public in project development and to use various strategies to disseminate project information. Such plans must include conducting a community inventory of stakeholders on a project and creating a public contact database.
  • Position requires managing the database to track all public interactions and to generate mailing lists for distributing project information. Provide advance information of major project milestones and impacts to traffic to affected communities and leaders. Handle media interviews, tours and other activities as requested.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from an accredited college or university, plus three years of similar experience.
  • Previous work in transportation/environmental related projects is desired.
  • Proficient in computer software programs including Microsoft Office, particularly PowerPoint, Publisher and Excel.
  • Reliable transportation suitable for travel to regional site activities.


Roslyn Phillips, VP, at (904)739-2338 or by email at