TIAA-CREF in NYC wants to hire a senior director of executive communications—someone “to serve as the principal author for the firm’s chief operative officer’s written communications, and be responsible for researching, writing and editing speeches, statements, remarks, talking points, op-eds, white papers, extracts and other materials, in varied formats, for delivery to internal and external audiences.”
Teach For All in Washington D.C., New York, or London is seeking a director of CEO communications/speechwriter to “provide communications support for CEO and co-founder Wendy Kopp, who is also the founder and current Chair of the Board of Teach For America. This person will develop and execute a strategy to leverage Wendy Kopp’s voice in the global education dialogue—also develop communications, draft speeches, blogs, op-eds and dramatically increase Wendy Kopp’s social media presence.”
Chobanian Group in Research Triangle Park, N.C. is looking for a strategic/executive communications manager. “This individual will be a key strategic advisor, responsible for the strategy and execution of primarily internal communications for a Fortune 500 client … [and[ develop innovative content and compelling messages to help articulate the strategy/direction.”
The Chicago-based American Osteopathic Association seeks a director of reputation management to work with the Chief Communications Officer to build and manage multi-stakeholder relationships, providing strategic engagement and visibility opportunities for the AOA, the Board of Trustees and Executive Director/CEO, both inside and outside the osteopathic medical profession.