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Five jobs for speechwriters
Dropbox in San Francisco is looking for "a communications rockstar to help drive our executive and corporate communications program." This person will lead planning and execution of executive communications strategy, develop strategies and talking points for Dropbox speakers, research and manage briefing materials for customer meetings, and draft communications on behalf of senior leaders.
Riverwoods, Ill.-based Discover Financial Services is looking for a corporate executive communication consultant to be "responsible for developing content in support of leadership communications including presentations, speeches, articles, etc. for external and internal audiences."
D.C.-based Association of American Medical Colleges is looking for a senior writer for executive communications. "This position directly supports the AAMC President and CEO in writing and presentation projects, adopting his voice and tone while assimilating nuanced messages and concepts related to medical education and public policy."
Bellvue, Wash.-based T-Mobile is looking for a director of executive communications to "lead and support the development of all internal and external communications for a top T-Mobile C-level executive, with a primary focus on communications and social media strategy / engagement. S/he will also oversee any needed preparation of executive speeches and other communications materials, including, preparing content and visuals for presentations and preparing materials for earned media support and internal/frontline employee communications. "
Summerfield Associates, in Memphis, Tenn., is looking for a director of executive communications to provide "high quality writing and presentation support for the CEO and other members of the Executive Leadership team. Writes keynote speeches, video scripts, organizational announcements, talking points, letters and develops other communications such as visually compelling presentations, as needed."