Jobs courtesy Dana Rubin of the New York Speechwriters Roundtable.
The D.C. public affairs firm SKDKnickerbocker is hiring someone for its executive communications practice to "write speeches and opeds for leading voices, craft messaging documents on newsworthy issues, prepare and participate in on-camera media trainings from our in-house studio, and draft and edit content for our public affairs and political clients."
Spunk—an operational intelligence and machine data company in San Francisco, is hiring an executive communications director "to work with our executive leadership on external and internal presentation materials, messaging and speech support." The position is based in either San Francisco or Cupertino.
Corning in Tewksbury, Mass., is hiring an executive communications specialist for its Life Sciences division to "write and edit a range of materials for division-wide employee communications” including speeches.
Unity Care Group, a nonprofit family care agency in San Jose, Calif., is hiring an executive communications specialist who will "be responsible for assigned writing and research projects, performing editorial duties, providing agency social media updates, maintaining CEO’s social medial profiles, compiling, processing and analyzing data, presenting findings, and writing/updating manuals, forms, and white papers” and preparing a “blog to be posted monthly on the website.” This part-time position pays $20/hour.