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Duarte is looking to hire a senior communication strategist to serve clients out of its Sunnyvale, Calif. headquarters.
Ellucian, the software company in Fairfax, Va., is hiring a director of CEO communications to "own and drive the executive communications strategy, speech writing and overall presentation content for the CEO.”
NCR in New York City is hiring an executive communications manager to "provide communications support for customer meetings, industry panels, forums with other C-level executives, partner meetings, press interviews, sales meetings, legislative briefings, etc…. research and write employee communications, presentations, speeches, briefing documents, letters and other supporting material; develop scripts and full presentations for internal and external events, develop briefing packets for press interviews, customer visits, legislative visits, and events; and collaborate with Corporate Communications leadership on global media opportunities.”
Cleveland State University wants to hire an executive communications manager to “write and edit institution-focused materials for multiple media channels such as speeches, newsletters, websites, promotional materials, talking points and presentations; serve the Office of the President and other senior administrative leaders in developing talking points, speeches, presentations and other content.”
EMC Corporation in Santa Clara, Calif., is hiring a senior executive communications manager to “promote EMC’s business agenda through all communications channels and media (live events, conference calls, PowerPoint presentations, written memoranda, customer briefings, employee meetings, video scripts, social media, etc."
North Texas LEAD in Arlington, Texas, is looking for a director of executive communications to "be the lead communications contact for the President and members of the executive team, focused on a variety of assignments including producing speeches, presentations, key note addresses, video scripts, written communications to employees, and external stakeholders” and "manage all aspects of digital communications with a variety of communications channels (mobile, social, video, online, interactive media) for the President's office; coordinate arrangements for visiting dignitaries; select gifts for honorees; staff the President at events, occasionally responsible for set-up in advance; and serve as the President's liaison to divisions, colleges, campuses, and other units regarding major university-wide special events."