Exec comms: you can apply everywhere, man
October 01, 2014
They're seeking speechwriters in Arkansas, California, St. Louis, New York City and Washington.
Walmart in Bentonville, Arkansas seeks a Director Executive Speechwriting to "write and guide development of senior-level executive communications to influence high-impact target audiences (investors, government and community leaders)."
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of California, in San Francisco, seeks a Manager, Executive Visibility to "develop presentations and talking points for executives."
The Nielsen Company in NYC needs a Director of Executive Communications who will be "responsible for conceptualizing and executing C-Suite visibility campaigns across all channels to increase brand awareness and help drive business imperatives."
Monsanto in St. Louis is looking for a Senior Manager of Executive Communications to run an "Executive Speaking + Visibility Program for key executives, including identifying and managing the overall communications/events calendar for speaking opportunities, including external and internal engagements."
A Member of Congress seeks a speechwriter. "A progressive Democrat [seeks] someone to work closely with the legislative staff and communications director and take the lead on crafting speeches and op-ed columns." If you’re interested, send a cover letter, resume, and 2-3 writing samples to: [email protected]