Two jobs in the shape of speechwriters

A speechwriting job at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and a “dedicated executive correspondence writer” post for a “world stage philanthropist.”

Brought to you by Dana Rubin of the New York Speechwriters roundtable.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia is looking for a speechwriter to “draft major speeches and handle sensitive materials for the President and other top management. This person must develop original approaches to communications which appropriately convey the visions, ideas, and philosophies of the President for multiple audiences, ranging from the government to banking executives and the media.”

“World Stage” Philanthropist seeks a dedicated executive correspondence writer—full relocation provided to the west coast for this rare opportunity working with the nation’s most prominent families in their global endeavors. Prior ghostwriting experience (7+ years) for a high profile figure preferred. A strong command of language, executive and personal correspondence, speechwriting and learning one’s “voice” required. Please email resume to: Brittny Seidman [email protected] or call 202-602-1755.

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