Four holes only speechwriters can fill

Google, Brocade, EMC Corp. and the Department of Energy all require the services of a professional rhetorician.

Job postings courtesy of Dana Rubin of the New York Speechwriters Roundtable.

Google in Mountain View, Calif., is hiring a ‪communications manager and speechwriter‪ ‬‬to “work within the Google speechwriting team to draft speeches and presentations for Google executives; serve as primary editorial liaison to the policy and legal team, as well as certain product teams. Pitch in on other speeches as needed; develop and edit content for the Official Google Blog, and other Google product blogs and channels; and assist Google’s communications team with writing and editing projects, op-eds, statements, social copy, as needed."

‪Brocade‬ in ‪San Jose, Calif.,‬ is hiring an ‪executive communications manager to "work directly with executive-level business leaders to create corporate and business messaging for internal and external audiences including corporate announcements, executive presentations, speeches, blogs and other deliverables."‬

EMC CORPORATION in Bedford, Mass., wants to hire an executive communications writer to “collaborate with … senior executives as communications counsel and content developer for senior executive speeches, presentations and other communications materials, including keynote addresses, video production, blogs, talking points, op-eds, and written communications to employees and external stakeholders.‬"

ICF International is looking for a speechwriter to “lead communications efforts for ICF at the Department of Energy” in Washington DC. Writer to Jennie Salehi: [email protected].

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