Presentation agency, U.S. Senator, and Disneyland Paris among those seeking scribes.
January 11, 2017
The state of the speechwriting job market is strong.
Most jobs courtesy of New York Speechwriters Roundtable chief Dana Rubin.
The sexy Silicon Valley presentation company Duarte seeks a content developer, which it describes as: "Visual thinker + Speechwriter + Secret blend of 11 herbs and spices. … Is it you?"
U.S. Senator Bob Menendez, senior member of the Foreign Relations, Finance and Banking Committees, is seeking a seasoned speechwriter for "aggressive, creative office. This position is responsible for crafting or editing for final delivery all remarks given by the Senator in Washington and New Jersey including floor remarks, policy, commencement and other major addresses, video scripts, press events and opening remarks for high-level committee hearings. Speechwriter will work with policy and press teams to develop compelling op-eds and other online articles or materials. The position reports to communications director and a successful candidate should expect to work directly with the Senator on message development and execution of all major policy and political addresses." Send résumé to Tricia Enright ([email protected].
The Aerospace Corporation, located in El Sengundo, Calif., is looking for an executive communications specialist to write speeches, brochures, fact sheets, annual reports, web pages, and employee online newsletter stories. This position also involves giving guidance and support to speakers on-site during events.
Disneyland Paris is hiring a speechwriter to write speeches presentations for the company president and senior management. (The job description is in Fench.)
The Lord Chancellor (Rt. Hon Elizabeth Truss MP) of the Ministry of Justice in London will hire a speechwriter to compose speeches for ceremonial State occasions. This person will also write material for other Ministers within the Ministry of Justice.