As usual, most of these jobs come via the one-woman communication job clearinghouse, New York Speechwriters Roundtable chief Dana Rubin.
The American Medical Association seeks a senior speechwriter to work out of its D.C. office and "write speeches, talking points, and manuscripts for AMA officers, Board of Trustees and other senior executive staff."
Utah Valley University in Orem, Utah, is hiring an executive communications officer to create "communications plans and material both for internal and external constituencies" for the president and other leaders.
Cisco Systems in San Jose, Calif., is hiring a senior manager, executive leadership team to play an "integral role in establishing the reputation of Cisco’s leadership team, internally and externally, through high impact communications and thought leadership."
The Clinton Foundation in New York City is hiring a senior writer and editor to take on "all writing assignments—both junior and senior levels—editing, researching, mentoring, and writing feedback and direction to interns and junior staff. Responsibilities will include: drafting talking points, video scripts, press statements, essays, and book forewords; drafting event messages and senior-level letters; and editing documents prepared by staff and interns.”
Intel is looking for a senior executive communications manager to serve its new CEO. "This position will closely partner with the CEO office as well as with our most senior executives to develop and execute impactful internal and external communications strategies."