Nissan seeks a corporate narrative and executive communications manager. The company describes the France-based job this way: “Overseeing the company’s corporate narrative, you will serve as the reference point in Nissan Europe for what Nissan stands for, delivers for its customers and communities in the region, as well as our vision for the future of mobility. … Managing Executive Communications, you will identify and manage external speaking opportunities, along with targeted executive messaging through first-person articles in the mainstream media or through their social media accounts. You will also set and manage a database of the key corporate media in the region, both ensuring the PR team is managing those contacts regularly and helping to identifying coverage opportunities.”
The University of Michigan seeks an executive communications manager for the chancellor of its Dearborn campus. “The Executive Communications Manager develops a wide range of communications on behalf of the Chancellor for a variety of stakeholder groups including, the university community, U-M Board of Regents, civic groups, businesses, members of the legislature and others at the local, state and national levels.” Pays $60K-$65K.
The University of Colorado needs a speechwriter and storyteller to work 30 hours a week on speeches and editorials for the university’s senior leadership. Pays $45K.