RHO

  • Assistant Director, Corporate Communications

    Job Location US-NC-Chapel Hill
    ID
    2018-1419
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    The Assistant Director, Corporate Communications will work closely with the Executive Director, Corporate Communications and other communications professionals to plan and execute Rho's external communication strategy. This position will be responsible for collaborating with other team members to plan, develop and coordinate marketing communications programs to promote Rho's services and increase brand identity and awareness.

    Responsibilities

    • Manage marketing projects to help grow Rho's business with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies as well as federal government agencies (e.g., HHS, NIH, DoD).
    • Work with subject matter experts to develop relevant content such as white papers, webinars, print collateral, website content, and blog content. Develop and execute a plan for delivering content.
    • Serve as a primary point of contact with agencies (PR, maketing, web design).
    • Other duties as needed.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor's degree in marketing, communications, business administration or a related field.
    • 5-8 years' experience with at least 3 years of CRO specific experience.
    • Effective presentation, documentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Experience working in a matrixed environment with SMEs from across the company.
    • Strong business acumen skills.
    • Understanding of the drug development process, particularly as it relates to clinical trials.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite of products.
    • Excellent communication skills.
    • Familiarity with marketing automation and digital media/advertising.
    • Previous experience leading marketing projects/campaigns including managing timelines, budgets, and vendors.
    • Ability to travel as needed.

    EOE.Veterans/Disabled

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