Looking for Work, A Personal Request


Dear Readers,

This post comes as a request for job leads on behalf of my wife. She is an experienced marketing professional with a background in computer software and telecommunications. Her most recent position was as a director of marketing, but she is considering expanding her possibilities to areas such as sales, product management, and account management. She is pursuing both part-time and full-time positions.

We are located east of Cincinnati, closer to the Eastgate/Batavia area, so downtown Cincinnati, eastern Northern Kentucky, and the eastern suburbs (such as Beechmont, Amelia, Milford,  Loveland, Montgomery, and Blue Ash, with Sharonville being the western limit) would be within driving reach for her.

I have met many people in my life who are dedicated workers who give 110 percent, but my wife exceeds them all. She’s smart, engaging, relationally adept, and a huge asset to a company.

Drop me a line at the email address in the sidebar at top or leave a comment, and we will follow up with you.


And while I’m doing this pitch, let me also add these two comments:

If you need an experienced freelance writer or editor, my business is Ethereal Pen Productions. I’ve written for some of the best-known companies and organizations in America and bring a wealth of experience in a wide variety of fields to every project I do. Some of the freelance writing and editing services I offer include writing copy for business Web sites, copywriting marketing collateral, developing training materials, and editing book manuscripts for individual authors. New clients are always welcome.

Lastly, if you are a Christian who owns a small business with a Web presence, I have a page on this blog that will feature your company and offer a link back to it, which search engines love to see. Cost? FREE. All I ask in return is a backlink from your site to my Employ the Body! page, which you can view by clicking on the link above or the tab at the top of this site.

Thank you. And may God richly bless you.

7 thoughts on “Looking for Work, A Personal Request

  1. Peter P

    Great post!

    The Church needs to be doing this for themselves and each other more often.

    I’m sorry, I don’t have work to offer but I pray that the right things come your way.

    PS did you know there’s a zero instead of an o in the world welcome at the second to last paragraph?

    • Peter,


      BTW, the zero replacing “o” issue is not due to bad typing. It started a few weeks ago when I updated one of my WordPress plugins—which one, I don’t know. But since then, there is a zero for “o” substitution like that in every post I have made. The problem does not show in the editing window for WordPress, either. All the text is fine. It only shows when posted. If I go back and change the “bad ‘o'” it fixes it, but the editor does not show zero there. So I’m baffled. If anyone knows anything about this error, please let me know.

      • Peter P

        Wow. That’s a fascinating issue.

        I don’t think I have that issue on my blog…. at least, no-one has told me I have!

        Which plugin is it?

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  3. Hey Dan, I’m actually considering writing a book again. I just started laying out some background info while I’m praying for confirmation that God would have me pursue it further. So, if the Big Guy gives me the ok, perhaps I can send the manuscript your way once it’s finished. Small consolation I know, but I figured I’d give you a heads up.

    And in case it’s of any interest to you, it’s allegorical Christian fiction, in the heritage of Tolkien and Lewis.

  4. I am sure you know this, but I hope it helps..

    Pray daily for all the saints that are losing employment right now.
    Make it a habit to lift them up before the lord.

    I believe as we pray for each other..God WIll most definitely meet our needs above and beyond what we could ask or think!

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