Speechwriters wanted

If you're looking for work, these eight organizations are looking for you.

From New York Speechwriters Roundtable stable master Dana Rubin:

CH2M, an engineering and environmental consulting company in Englewood, Colo., wants to hire a strategic senior business writer to “oversee and prepare emails, speeches, talking points for internal and external purposes, reports, presentations and other written materials for the CEO; draft messages immediately and directly for the CEO and ensure that communication is accurate and reflects the CEO’s and the company’s voice and style; and to embrace the Company’s brand architecture, culture and voice when developing any form of communications to maintain brand integrity.”

‪Splunk, a software and data company in San Francisco, is looking for an executive communications director“a ‬master storyteller and talented communications professional [to] create story and thought leadership platforms that support Splunk’s corporate business objectives at a global level; develop and maintain a global executive communications and speaking plan that drives Splunk’s brand awareness; develop blog and social media content on a regular basis as well as lead consistent communication between marketing, sales and market groups to ensure communications and business objectives are aligned.”

Saudi Aramco in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia wants to hire a speechwriter to “develop and produce English language speeches and other communications for company executives to deliver to internal and external audiences, capturing key corporate messages.”

The Brighton, U.K. Pensions Regulator is looking to hire an experienced and talented speechwriter “to deliver their corporate messages through the production of engaging and authoritative speeches and to provide guidance to senior management on speech delivery. In addition; manage their speaker request process and generate media coverage from speaking events including social media, articles and other material.”

Amazon Web Services in Verndon, Va., is looking for an executive communications manager to “work with public sector leadership on external and internal presentation materials, including expert use of PowerPoint and a strong background in messaging and executive speech support. Must have an ability to translate concepts into visuals that make sense to a broad general audience and you will get to travel, in the US and abroad, as necessary to support executive presentations.”

Fidelity Investments in Westlake, Tex., seeks a communications director. “This individual will be responsible for executive communications support for the head of Fidelity‘s Cybersecurity organization. The responsibilities include designing, delivering, supporting, and measuring a variety of internal leadership, associate and business partner communications for Enterprise Cybersecurity and potentially other Enterprise Technology business units and Fidelity Technology functional groups and/or critical initiatives.”

Cablevision in Bethpage, N.Y. is hiring an internal communications manager (lead writer), who will “develop, research and write/produce multi-media communications for senior executives to drive results. This includes speeches, talking points, presentations and written communications for senior executives for both internal and external purposes as well as online content, brochures, presentations, speeches, promotions, events, email, awareness programs, home mailings and other internal marketing initiatives. ”

Arm Ltd in San Jose, Calif., needs a director of marketing to “develop communication strategies and storylines for the CEO and other members of the Leadership team to use at public, private, and internal keynotes and events globally. Specifically your responsibilities will include; deliver industry keynote presentations, scripts and speeches for executives that are aligned with the overall communications strategy; provide background research as necessary; incorporate key corporate messages, relevant market trends, and overall product strategies; plan and manage executive speaking schedules; research audience expectations, event agenda, and topics; incorporate key corporate messages, relevant market trends, and overall product strategies.”

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