Courtesy of Dana Rubin of the New York Speechwriters Roundtable.
Synopsys, in Silicon Valley, wants to hire an executive and corporate communications specialist to "support senior executives with their external/internal communications, including keynotes, all-hands meetings, customer meetings, executive dinners, panels, etc, as well as, collaborate with key stakeholders across Synopsys to develop messaging and content for a broad range of Corporate Marketing materials."
Intel in Santa Clara, Calif., is hiring an executive communications manager to "create and consult on keynote presentations; to ensure that all content for the executive is of highest quality, is creative and compelling; and to possess the ability to partner and collaborate across a mix of different functions."
Target, in Minneapolis, is hiring an executive communications manager to "take the lead in speechwriting, presentation coaching, meeting strategy, story mining, internal communications planning, and internal executive messaging."
Ellucian in Fairfax, Va. is hiring a director of CEO communications to "own and drive the executive communications strategy, speechwriting and overall presentation content for the CEO."
The University of Michigan is looking for a leadership communication manager and executive speechwriter to "serve as the communication lead and point of contact to the Office of the Executive Vice President for Medical Affairs. He/She will be responsible for speechwriting, presentation development, and advising the EVMPA Office on speaking opportunities."