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From Dana Rubin, chief of the New York Speechwriters Roundtable ...
The U.S. Embassy in London is hiring a speechwriter to work on a variety of assignments—"from word and visual prompts for speeches and remarks for diplomatic outreach activities and engagements to op-eds and articles."
The World Trade Organization in Geneva is hiring a communications officer to "assist in preparing written communications, including speeches and articles."
Apollo Education Group in Phoenix is looking for a director of executive communications to "manage the company’s executive leadership communication strategy and platform, ensuring alignment and consistency of messaging across key constituencies."
Sammons Financial in West Des Moines, Iowa, is looking for an assistant vice president of corporate communications to "lead the development of corporate communications strategy, including executive level presentations, and internal and external executive communications."
NATO seeks a speechwriter at its headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP in Chicago is looking for a strategic communications specialist to provide "direct communications support to top-level leadership in external thought leadership opportunities and internal stakeholder relations."
Holland America Line in Seattle, Wash. is looking for a manager of executive communications to "manage external communications activity, including speech writing and presentation development."
Freelancers Union in Brooklyn, N.Y. is looking for a manager of executive communications to take charge of "developing and implementing communications strategy, writing op-eds and briefing material, responding to media requests, preparing the Executive Director for interviews, pitching interviews, and working with the chief on day-to-day press and messaging."
Allegheny Health Network is looking for a director of executive communications to "ensure effective, consistent messaging, presentations and appearances by the CEO and senior leadership team.
Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. wants to hire a director of communications and marketing to be "responsible for executive-level writing and editing; developing accurate and engaging talking points, announcements and presentations that link the office of the Chancellor at the New Brunswick campus to key constituent groups; serving as the primary speechwriter and communicator for the Chancellor."
The U.K.'s Royal Society of Chemistry is looking for a speechwriter. "When a Royal Society of Chemistry representative makes a speech, they don’t just speak; they make a difference. They inspire. They motivate. They touch the hearts and minds of government ministers, Nobel Prize-winners and schoolchildren, and they influence the future of the chemical sciences.