Uber needs a scribe! (And so do three other organizations.)
April 08, 2015
MassMutual Financial, Baxter and Consumer Reports are all hiring speechwriters.
Courtesy of job hound Dana Rubin, convener of the New York Speechwriters Roundtable. —ed.
Uber in San Francisco is looking for a senior associate of executive communications—someone to "help manage various executive communications activities and develop and maintain the tools and processes required for Uber’s executive communications program."
Consumer Reports has created a new position for an executive speechwriter and advisor to CEO Marta Tellado "at a time of dynamic change for Consumer Reports. While remaining true to CR’s powerful mission of impacting the marketplace to make it safe and fair for consumers, the organization is re-envisioning its future. The executive Speechwriter and advisor, working closely with the VP of communications, will be a key strategist, creative thinker and writer for the CEO and the leadership team." Machlowitz Consultants is handling the search. For confidential consideration, write to to [email protected]
Springfield, Mass.-based MassMutual Financial Group is looking for a communications consultant—senior speechwriter to "develop and execute strategic communication plans for the CEO and senior executives that promote the company’s brand and reputation."
Deerfield, Ill.-based Baxter is hiring a sr. manager of brand reputation, thought leadership and executive visibility. "This person will participate in the development and implementation of an integrated, progressive communications strategy to advance Baxter’s brand identity, broaden awareness of its programs and priorities, and increase the visibility of its programs across key external stakeholder audiences."