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Seven speechwriting situations

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Jobs courtesy of Dana Rubin of the New York Speechwriters Roundtable.

Videogame company Activision, in Santa Monica, wants to hire a corporate communications writer to support Activision Blizzard, the creators of franchises including Call of Duty®Destiny®, Skylanders®Diablo®World of Warcraft® and Candy Crush. That person will craft speeches, statements, briefings, press releases and other written communications.

The University of Pittsburgh is hiring a speechwriter/project manager to write speeches, talking points, presentations, keynote addresses, video scripts, daily correspondence, and other communications on behalf of the Senior Vice Chancellor.

Xerox, in Norwalk, CT, is looking for a manager of corporate communications/speechwriter to write and edit blog posts, speeches, op-eds, and letters.

The Aerospace Corporation, in El Segundo CA, is looking for an executive communications specialist to research, write, and edit speeches for corporate executives and high-profile staff. They will also provide support and guidance to speakers, writing brochures, fact sheets, annual reports and employee newsletter stories. 

JP Morgan Chase in NYC wants to hire an executive communications director to serve as strategic counsel to senior Chase executives and support their overall communications strategy.

LPL Financial, the broker dealer firm in Fort Mill, S.C., is looking for a senior consultant for speechwriting and executive communications to write speeches, remarks, talking points, articles, opinion editorials, blog entries, and other public or internal comments by executives.

USAA, the auto insurance and financial services firm in San Antonio, Texas, is hiring an executive writer-director to write op-eds, feature articles, PowerPoint presentations, speeches, interviews, and literature reviews.