Speechwriters sought by everyone from Google to the Girl Scouts
November 19, 2014
(Not to mention ExxonMobil and the British Embassy in the U.S.)
Dallas-based ExxonMobil is looking for an executive communications advisor to "develop communications materials for senior executives of Exxon Mobil Corporation. External communications is a critical area for the company given the high level of interest in energy issues among government officials, opinion leaders, and the public at large." Contact Korn Ferry recruiter Julie Gaigret: [email protected].
Mountain View, Calif.-based Google seeks an executive communications manager of ads and commerce. "This person will work closely with senior executives at Google on communications to their teams and to Googlers worldwide, and will be creating strategic communications plans and campaigns. In addition, that person will work closely with senior executives in the Ads & Commerce product and engineering organization to develop and execute strategic communications plans."
The British Embassy is seeking a speechwriter to "join its ten-person communication team in Washington DC. The speechwriter produces a range of products, including speeches, op-eds, blogs, fact sheets, and web articles, on the full range of issues relevant to the work of the Embassy and UK–US relations. The position will also support broader communications activities as necessary."
Girl Scouts of the USA in New York City is looking for a director of executive communications. "This person will oversee preparation of executive speeches and other communications materials, partnering on content and visuals for presentations and materials for earned media support and internal/frontline employee communications."