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Five famous organizations seek speechwriters
Brought to you by New York Speechwriters Roundtable job-server Dana Rubin:
Siemens seeks a speechwriter to work in its Washington, D.C. office. "Prepare speeches, presentations, messaging and positioning documents, talking points, panel remarks and opinion pieces for Siemens executives. Build and maintain message database. Identifies executive engagement opportunities."
Walt Disney Parks & Resorts in Orlando, FL is offering an executive communications internship for Spring 2016. The lucky college student will be “working alongside Walt Disney World Executive Communications professionals, you’ll get the chance to put classroom theory into real-world application as you contribute to a team. Additionally you will: participate in brainstorming and plan meetings; will be responsible for various forms of written communication, such as speeches, remarks and correspondence, and; partnering with content and service partners across the organization to assist with the successful planning and execution of events."
Intel in Santa Clara, CA is hiring a senior executive communications manager to "collaborate with one of Intel's senior executives on development and implementation of communication strategies and plans that drive audience understanding of the company's vision and business strategy; ensure that all content for the executive is creative and compelling, and is aligned and integrated with the appropriate corporate, cross-function, and functional messages; assist the executive and his/her staff in crafting and communicating clear messages, as well as creating, reviewing, copyediting and distributing material intended for internal or external release; planning, creating content, preparing event logistics and gathering data; and creating and consulting on keynote presentations."
Merck & Co. in Kenilworth, N.J. is hiring an executive director for executive communications who’ll be responsible for "serving as the primary speechwriter for the company's CEO, assisting with the preparation of speeches, talking points, background/situational analyses, reports, presentations, quotes, Op Eds and occasional articles, corresponding with key stakeholders and other written materials on behalf of the CEO and other key senior leadership.”
Princeton University is hiring an associate director for executive communications, who will provide “compelling development-related content for internal and external communications for the president of Princeton University and the vice president for Development. "