Courtesy as usual of Dana Rubin, chief of the New York Speechwriters Roundtable.
Upstate New York-based Corning is looking for a presentation specialist in executive communications: “a creative and strategic thinker who pairs strong storytelling skills with technical proficiency in presentation software and tools … must also function as the liaison between the Executive Events core team, Corporate Communications, Media Services, IT, Legal and Corporate Events for Executive Presentations.”
Sprint, in Overland Park, Kan., wants to hire an executive communications strategist to be “responsible for developing the storyboard and presentation of information for executive initiatives in the development pipeline. Organizes information into an executive ‘story’ that provides context, key details, risks, issues and proposed actions.”
HSBC wants to hire a business unit communications lead, someone who “manages the agreed platform strategy for senior business executive engagement with key business platforms, including development of messaging, speeches, and positioning pieces for senior executives to deliver on key business platforms.” Also “generates op-ed and thought leadership positioning pieces for use on platforms and with publications around the network.” Contact Chris Nugteren at SelbyJennings: [email protected].
IBM in Orlando, FL is looking for an awareness program manager to drive “a risk aware culture at IBM by informing and inspiring IBMers to adapt cybersecurity and data protection best practices. Executive communications support including digital media, blog posts, position papers, presentations, talking points, videos, event coordination, and positioning the VP and IT Risk management team as thought leaders within IBM and externally.”
CVS Health in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, is looking for a director executive communications “to help support the company’s executive visibility strategy through the delivery of high-impact executive speeches and high-quality presentation materials. Reports to the VP Corporate Communications.”
Cablevision in Bethpage, N.Y., is looking for a director of internal communications to “develop and implement communications strategies, plans, tactics and creative materials for C-suite executives and inform employees and the senior leadership team of key organizational initiatives and programs. The successful candidate will manage teams and highly visible creative projects across various mediums—writing, digital signage, video, web, live events and other creative collateral.”
Ingersoll Rand in Davidson, N.C., is looking for a senior HR communications business partner to “develop and execute communications strategies, plans and messages for various functional HR programs and initiatives spanning benefits and compensation; talent and performance management; learning and leadership development; diversity and inclusion; employee engagement; and more. This will include a combination of message and story development, executive visibility and external thought leadership, executive communications and speeches, employee communications and crisis communications.”
TIAA-CREF in Waltham, Mass., is looking for a senior director, Institutional Executive Communications create “a variety of strategic communications for the business executive leaders of TIAA-CREF’s Institutional line of business, including speeches, presentations, scripts and other leadership messages. This individual will also provide strategic support of the communications needs of the senior team for business-level (as opposed to function-level) communication needs.”