Three seek scribes
August 02, 2017
Exec comms jobs open at Duarte, University of Redlands and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
The University of Redlands seeks a communications manager. “This role will be reporting to the Chief Communications Officer (CCO) and partnering closely with the Editorial Director and president’s Chief of Staff. The Communications Manager develops a wide variety of internal and external communications, including presidential communications (speeches, talking points, presentations), features and news for the University magazine, Web content, blog/newsletter articles, and other projects.”
Duarte is looking for a content developer. Say they: “Do you love to craft stories? Are you passionate about communicating ideas powerfully? Are you a creative thinker who thrives on a deadline? If you’re a senior writer with experience in speechwriting as well as visual storytelling, you might be the ideal Duarte Content Developer and not even know it! Duarte is a presentation agency dedicated to creating communications that transform. Our expert Content Developers work with C-level executives in a range of industries to help them build engaging, compelling presentations.”
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco needs an executive communications program manager to handle “writing and editing speeches, talking points, white papers, opinion pieces and other stakeholder communications on monetary policy and other Federal Reserve topics of importance to the Bank’s president. The individual will possess superior written and verbal communications skills, with an aptitude for communicating effectively with external stakeholders in the fields of economics, finance and policy. S/he will be adept at formulating and expressing public policy positions clearly and logically, and possesses excellent collaboration skills, as the Executive
Communications Program Manager works closely with the President and with senior staff in Economic Research and Bank Supervision and Regulation to prepare speech text and other public policy communications. This individual will report to the Vice President of Public Affairs.” Write to recruiter Sarah Nash, of Heidrick & Struggles: [email protected]