Exec comms jobs abound!

From the Rockefeller Foundation in New York to Dropbox in San Francisco to the Red Cross in Geneva, Switzerland.

Jobs courtesy of Dana Rubin of the New York Speechwriters Roundtable.

The ICRC (International Committee of the Red Cross), in Geneva, Switzerland, is advertising for a senior communications advisor to write the Secretary General’s external and internal statements, including speeches, presentations, reports, interventions and speaking points, media interviews and social media statements, and other similar communications. Must speak and write in English and French.

SRP (Salt River Project utility) in Phoenix, AZ, is looking for an executive communications strategist to write speeches, presentations, and other communications for executive management.

VMware, the cloud and virtualization company in Palo Alto, wants to hire an executive communications director to “serve as a partner and trusted advisor to executive leaders to develop their speaking platforms and thought leadership content. This person will collaborate with peers in functional communications, employee communications, PR and the broader VMware community to ensure proactive planning and message alignment – and to support the company’s broader vision and strategy.”

Dropbox, the file hosting service based in San Francisco, is hiring an executive communications manager to “join a team of storytellers and communicators collectively responsible for designing the strategy and execution of how the company tells key stories. This individual will determine and develop platforms for senior executives and partner closely with cross-functional teams to ensure the most meaningful information is effectively being communicated.”

The Rockefeller Foundation is looking for a senior speechwriter to write for the new Foundation president, Dr. Rajiv J. Shah, who starts March 1.

Indeed, the global online job site, is looking for an executive communications manager in NYC. This individual will be responsible for “creating, developing and implementing all elements of a comprehensive executive communications strategy that supports our culture of transparency and employee engagement at every organizational level. The role will be responsible for connecting leaders to employees around the globe, as well as supporting various communication needs for the executives’ respective organizations.”

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