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Rhetorical help wanted

The Hartford is looking for a director of executive communications to "handle a range of communications used internally and externally by the company's Chairman and CEO as well as other members of the executive leadership team." Typical topics of exec comms include finance, operations, organization, innovation, reputations, leadership and culture. Contact internal recruiter Amy Hearst by email for the full job description:

Shell seeks three speechwriter types: A speechwriter/editor to work at The Hague, in The Netherlands. A senior editor to work in London or in at The Hague. And an editor to work in London or at The Hague.

And a global nonprofit called Endeavor Global needs an executive communications associate to aid it in its mission to "catalyze long-term economic growth by selecting, mentoring and accelerating high-impact entrepreneurs worldwide." Remarks New York Speechwriters Roundtable chief Dana Rubin, who brings us this and so many of our job postings, "Whatever it is, it sounds exciting."