Four jobs for speechwriters with wandering eyes
April 05, 2016
HP, SAIC, Vox Optima and Saudi Aramco all seek scribes.
Jobs courtesy of Dana Rubin of the New York Speechwriters Roundtable.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise, in Austin, Texas, is hiring a senior communications manager Cyber Security to "proactively solicit the ‘voice of’ various internal audiences; develop, drive and evaluate executive communications strategies and programs (internal or external) for Senior Vice President (SVP) and Executive Vice President (EVP) levels; develop executive speeches, including speechwriting and speaker prep, customer presentations and internal communiqués for executives; be recognized as an authority and thought leader in executive, field/channel or employee communications, and contribute to the development and adoption of innovative principles and ideas across the company.
Vox Optima, LLC, in Washington, D.C. seeks an executive communications specialist to “provide executive communication support to the chief executive at the Navy's primary procurement organization for ships and submarines in Washington, DC.” Active Secret clearance or eligibility for Secret clearance is required. Applicants should have at least five years of public affairs experience with a heavy emphasis on writing, and the demonstrated ability to provide professional, accurate communication products on deadline. Speechwriting experience preferred. Veterans strongly preferred.
SAIC seeks a speechwriter communications senior principal to “produce speeches, presentations and communications for National Counterintelligence and Security Center officials,” among other duties.
Saudi Aramco seeks two speechwriters to join the team in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. They’ll write and edit “high quality, personalized and compelling speeches, talking points and correspondence for senior government officials and/or senior private sector executives.” Interested? Contact Houston-based recruiter [email protected]