For scribes with wandering eyes:
Tulane University needs a speechwriter to support its president, Michael Fitts. “Must be an artful writer and skilled strategic communicator who can translate complicated concepts into clear, compelling language for delivery by the president. He or she will conceive, create, and edit a high volume of executive-level speeches, lectures, columns, essays, articles, presentations, correspondence, and related communications in a clear and consistent voice to many diverse constituencies.” Gotham Ghostwriters is handling the search. Send cover letter, résumé and at least three relevant writing samples to Gotham chief Dan Gerstein: [email protected].
McLean, Va.-based Hilton seeks a seniormanager of leadership communications to provide executive communication support for the company’s “very dynamic Chief Marketing Officer. Ideally, the person filling this role has digital or marketing experience in addition to stellar writing skills.”
San Francisco-based software firm Splunk needs an external executive communications manager to handle exec comms and thought leadership for senior leaders. Seeking someone who is “passionate about data and storytelling, exudes grace under fire and is skilled at working collaboratively with executives and cross-functional teams.”
The D.C.-based U.S. Global Coalition seeks a senior writer/speechwriter to help the president with “speeches, op-eds, social media and other special projects in order to help amplify the organization’s voice.”