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Part-time Principal, Speech Writer- Strategic Communications

Synergy Enterprises, Inc., a woman-owned government contractor, is seeking a part-time visual storyteller to develop PowerPoint presentations, talking points, and other content for federal officials attending biomedical conferences, academic symposia, public policy meetings and other professional gatherings. The qualified candidate will work closely with physicians, biomedical researchers, and other science writers and communications staff to craft presentations that adhere to all meeting specifications.  The candidate will also prepare talking points for federal biomedical officials being interviewed by journalists and others for television, radio, print, internet, and other media as well as additional science writing, editing, and communications tasks as directed by the Project Manager. Professional experience as a speech writer and science communicator is required. Familiarity with NIH and women’s health research is a plus. Job location remote with ability to use an office and/or meeting space when needed.  


  • 8-10 years of experience and familiarity with NIH and women’s health research
  • Outstanding speech writing skills
  • Ability to support multiple projects from concept to completion, work independently, and adhere to tight deadlines
  • Expertise in PowerPoint, Canva, Adobe or other design programs
  • Ability to work and problem solve in a high-stress, time-sensitive environment with high-level federal officials
  • Master’s or Ph.D. preferred
  • Proof of vaccination for COVID-19, or proof of valid medical or religious exemption, will be required upon hire

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and skills required of employees so classified.