Thanks as usual to New York Speechwriters Roundtable wrangler Dana Rubin for finding these jobs. —ed.
UBS is looking for an executive communications junior writer/editor in NYC to handle all kinds of exec comms, for internal and external audiences.
ITU (International Telecommunication Union), a United Nations agency in Geneva, is looking for a speechwriter to be responsible for “developing and tailoring all official English statements and speeches (written and oral) for the Secretary-General and the Deputy Secretary-General synthesizing complex global issues into simple yet powerful statements, identifying and applying new methods of communication; and reviewing all official English language communication originating from the Office of the Secretary General for dissemination.”
The Law Society in London wants to hire a public affairs advisor/speechwriter to be responsible for “drafting speeches for various senior stakeholders, under the Public Affairs Manager’s supervision, including the president and chief executive. Your role will also require building relationships with external stakeholders who are crucial for the Society to deliver its objectives. Therefore, stakeholder management a key skill required in this role.”
IVY, an events and social network in NYC, is looking for a speechwriter to “play a key role in supporting the Content and Communications Teams by turning IVY’s many initiatives and programs into compelling copy and stories. The position is responsible for creating copy for all event marketing (1000+ events per year) and special initiatives for the company.”
The American Hospital Association is looking for an executive speechwriter to be “responsible for leading speechwriting and other executive written communications to support the President/CEO and other senior executives and board members for key internal and external presentations.” The job is in Washington DC. Ben Long at Travail Executive Search is handling the search: [email protected].