Working as a Speechwriter

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Speechwriter Ratings

12K Speechwriter reviews for 6K companies

Work/Life Balance
3.7 ★
Compensation & Benefits
3.3 ★
Career Opportunity
3.4 ★
Number of Jobs on Glassdoor

1 Speechwriter Job

Speechwriter Reviews

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Wizard of Content
Freelance Writer
4 Nov 2021

“I submitted samples and did a paid trial and they seemed happy with my work.”

Self OpportunitySelf Opportunity
17 May 2021

“Work life balance, happy, enough money”

Senior Grant Writer
2 Nov 2020

“Good job, happy, art, good city”

Top Companies for Speechwriter

The Department for Education (UK)
The Department for Education (UK)
4.2 ★
0 Jobs
199 Reviews
1K Salaries

Help us achieve world-class education, training and care for everyone, whatever their background. Whether you're just starting out, or an experienced professional, we have what you are looking for. Jobs include administration, policy advisers, digital, finance, commercial specialists and many more. You'll help shape the future of education, training and social care, by working with industry and education leaders to develop policies and services. We have offices across England, including in Manchester, Sheffield, London, Darlington, Nottingham and Coventry. We offer part-time, term-time and flexible working patterns, including working from home. You'll be able to shape your own learning and development with plenty of options available, and get involved with work across government, as well as in your local community. You can use your paid volunteer days to take on projects that matter to you.

Highly rated for culture & values
Home Office
Home Office
3.6 ★
55 Jobs
475 Reviews
989 Salaries

Every day our teams across the UK and beyond deliver outcomes to improve citizens’ lives. Our work is challenging, high profile and rewarding. You probably already know that we protect the UK border and issue passports, but did you know that if you worked for the Home Office you could be helping to: • Attract talent from around the world to boost our economy • Support the fight against modern slavery • Reduce the impact of drugs in our communities by tackling organised crime • Provide official certificates to help people trace their ancestors • Target criminals involved in illegal working • Build and run vital systems delivering public services • Run high profile campaigns such as those to tackle domestic abuse and to increase police numbers • Create and deliver policies to support policing and fire services • Help refugees build safe and settled lives To deliver this work is a team effort, and we rely on talented people with a wide range of skills and experience. And that’s where you come in: whether your skills lie in customer service or accounting, software engineering or making policy, it’s likely we’ll have a role you’ll be interested in. We are committed to representing modern Britain in all its diversity and creating a welcoming, inclusive workplace where all our people can bring their whole selves to work and perform at their best. We are flexible, skilled, professional and diverse. We work to recruit and retain disabled staff and are a Disability Confident Leader. We are proud to be one of the most ethnically diverse departments in the Civil Service. We are a Stonewall top 100 Workplace Equality Employer and a Social Mobility Foundation top 75 employer.

Highly rated for work/life balance

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