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Five speechwriter-shaped slots

Charles Schwab in Phoenix seeks an executive communications director. "Draft external communications (keynote speeches, client presentations, industry panel talking points, by-liners, etc.) for the EVP of the Advisor Services business aligned with his leadership platform."

Autodesk in San Francisco is looking for a visual Storyteller/ executive communcations manager. "This person will engage directly with the CEO and other senior executives to help them tell stories about Autodesk and our role in helping people imagine, design, and create a better world. In this role you'll work with Autodesk's Brand and Communications, and Corporate Strategy and Engagement teams to craft compelling presentations and communications for company executives."

United Nations Development Program in New York City needs a speechwriter to be "responsible for developing high-impact communications for the organization’s Administrator and Associate Administrator."

George Washington University in Washington, D.C. is looking for a director of presidential communications to "provide counsel on communications strategies, messaging and issues management to members of senior management, displaying business acumen and understanding of the most critical university drivers; help them understand how executive communications and strategic media relations can help drive the university, and provide counsel and support on all communication matters related to the President."

Hunter College of the City University of New York has a job opportunity for a Speechwriter (Communications Publications Writer-Editor). This person will write and prepare written material on College issues and event and provides professional support to College communications programs.

Relevante in Tampa, FL is looking for someone to create presentation graphics. "This person will create, update, and improve existing PowerPoint presentations and training materials, and develop executive communications, presentations, and reports."