Three professional rhetoric posts
February 27, 2018
Hilton and Nokia seek speechwriters, and University of Chicago seeks a "senior lecturer in public speaking."
Courtesy of Brian Jenner at the UK Speechwriters Guild and Dana Rubin of the New York Speechwriters Roundtable.
Hilton seeks a manager of executive communications to “support efforts to drive an extensive reputation platform for the company's President & CEO, Chris Nassetta, and to assist in similar positioning initiatives for other Executive Committee members.”
Finland-based Nokia needs a speechwriter to be “responsible for crafting communications of the highest quality for the CEO that will reflect the company’s tremendous transformation as well as its engaging culture as demonstrated by the CEO.”
And the University of Chicago’s Writing Program seeks a senior lecturer in public speaking to “train students to articulate their thoughts and mobilize expert knowledge in the medium of public speaking.”