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Speechwriting jobs abound, the world around
Courtesy of Dana Rubin, convener of the New York Speechwriters Roundtable.
The Office of the President at Johns Hopkins University is looking for a senior writer "who can find and tell great stories that will reach diverse audiences, who possesses talents for writing and editing in a fast paced environment, and who thrives on collaboration. Working with the Director of Speechwriting, this writer would support the President in developing, researching and writing communications materials including formal speeches, remarks, talking points, correspondence, public letters, and other documents that articulate the vision and ideas of the University President."
Santander Bank in Boston is hiring a director of executive vommunications to serve as lead writer for the CO and EMC members. Writing will focus on speeches, presentation and other written materials, including keynote addresses, video scrips, written communications to employees and external stakeholders, panel remarks and other support for events and appearances.
The Wonderful Company in L.A. is hiring an associate director of corporate communications to serve as a senior writer on the communications team responsible for executive speeches and talking points, annual reports, corporate brochures, internal communications, newsletters and other press materials.
UC Berkley wants to hire a communications supervisor to "provide strategic communications counsel and develop executive communications for Assistant and Associate Vice Chancellor level clients, and serve as an advisor to Assistant and Associate Vice Chancellor level clients on all aspects of effective communications."
Saudi Aramco needs a speechwriter to "develop and produce English language speeches and other communications for company executives to deliver to internal and external audiences, capturing key corporate messages."