Tulane University is looking for a special assistant to the president for communications to serve as “’an integral member of the staff of the President … The incumbent must be an artful writer and skilled strategic communicator who can translate complicated concepts into clear, compelling language for delivery by the president. He/she will create and edit a high volume of executive-level speeches, columns, essays, and related communications in a clear and consistent voice to many diverse constituencies. He/she will serve as the President’s office liaison on collaborative writing projects with other university offices and ensure the accurate, appropriate, and prompt flow of information.” Send résumé and cover letter to Sharia Tyler at [email protected].
The National Association of Realtors seeks a senior speechwriter to“provide creative content, engaging talking points, and design eye-popping presentations for NAR’s Leadership Team.”
Google seeks an executive communications manager, ads & commerce in New York to be “part of a small team that produces employee communications and events for Google executives.”
Apple needs a senior writer, retail marketing, in Santa Clara Valley, Calif., to crarft “well-written copy and executive messaging to support our 65,000 Retail store and contact center employees across the globe.”
ICF seeks a speechwriter/communications lead in Washington, D.C. to “explain important and complex policies to key audiences including Capitol Hill, industry leaders, and the general public.”