A global multi-billion technology and services company seeks dynamic speechwriter for the C-suite to work in New Jersey. “This executive will partner with the most senior leadership team to help articulate and advance key narratives to a range of key audience and stakeholders. This will include meeting with the most senior executives and developing effective communications strategies to align to both marketplace issues and business priorities. candidates will have a good knowledge of the IT marketplace, business and technology services. The ideal candidate will have proven experience corporate speech writing for the CEO level.” To learn more, please contact [email protected].
• IBM is looking for someone to work with the company’s #2 executive, John Kelly, who leads their cognitive solutions and research: Kelly seeks “someone embedded in the technology world who can be an intellectual sparring partner, and act as a sounding board in developing the forward-thinking, substantive content he presents. This person will also lend expertise as a storyteller to bridge the gap between thought and communication, influencing the form of the SVP’s message—through presentations, publications, multimedia or other channels—to maximize impact.” Reach Heyman Associates’ Molly Parsons at Heymann Associates: 212-784-2708; or [email protected].
The University of South Florida, located in Tampa, Fla., is looking for an assisistant director of executive communications and speechwriting to be the lead writer for the USF System President, responsible for shaping messages that support executive-level leaders.
The Wildlife Conservation Society, in the Bronx, N.Y., is seeking manaager of strategic communications. “This position will be responsible for developing, editing, and placing op-eds, blogs, and letters-to-the-editor for WCS conservationists and executive staff.”
The SEIU needs a speechwriter to serve “as a member of the SEIU communications team and [be] primarily responsible for writing major addresses, brief remarks, and talking points for the International President and International Secretary-Treasurer. They will also be asked to write for other executive officers and International union leaders when necessary.”