Tag: Mac’s List

Podcast: Strategic Communications & Networking with Mac Prichard

Mac Prichard President Prichard Communications Bio | LinkedIn | Twitter Sharing ideas, experiences and stories. Mac Prichard the President of Prichard Communications and Founder of Mac’s List joined the podcast to talk about local government communications and job searching. He talked about how communications plans need to be strategic and align with the goals of … Continued

The Mac’s List Podcast – Find Your Dream Job

Our friends at Mac’s List have launched a free weekly podcast, Find Your Dream Job, to give professionals the tools needed to find rewarding work and have a meaningful career. Every Wednesday they will post a 30-minute episode that offers lively and engaging discussion about all things career management. You’ll find insider secrets and job search … Continued

The Mac’s List Book: Doing the Work to Get the Work

Our friends at Mac’s List have a new book about finding a job in Portlandia. We’ve read every single word of it and we’re ready to share our takeaways. We’ll highlight Chapters 3 and 4 today. Chapters 1 and 2 were featured here. The Mac’s List Book: Doing the Work to Get the Work By: Chris McKee LinkedIn and Twitter … Continued

The Nature of the Job Search by Russell Bither-Terry

We have a doctor in the house. Russell Bither-Terry, a newly minted Ph.D from UNC-Chapel, moved to Portland last year and immediately became active in ELGL and several other Portland organizations. Since ELGL is often asked for advice on finding a job in Portland, we enlisted Russell to take us through his search. He’s identified five lessons to integrate himself … Continued

How to Get an Oregon Government Job: 4 Lessons Learned

How to Get an Oregon Government Job: 4 Lessons Learned by Mac Prichard Before starting my own public relations company, I had the good fortune to work as a communications officer in Oregon state and local government and at Portland State University. I had some wonderful jobs, including stints in the governor’s office and Portland City Hall. … Continued

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