Digital Communications Manager

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Life Sciences

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    Negotiable

  • Contact:

    Jessica Charles

  • Contact email:

    Jessica.Charles@volt.eu.com

  • Job ref:

    77941-PHARM-JCH_1612874526

  • Published:

    8 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2021-02-08

  • Start date:

    ASAP

  • Consultant:

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My client are a global market access and health communications company who work collaboratively to bring strategic and technical expertise to their clients. They're global leaders in advertising, HEOR, learning and development, market access, medical communications, patient engagement, public relations, publications and digital service.

Role: Digital Communications Manager

Responsibilities
-Support the communications account teams to identify areas of their existing business where digital can enhance or improve
-Support the directors to create user requirements, budgets and functional specs and brief materials
-Up-skill members in digital competencies including Veeva, Social media and multichan-nel marketing
-To work alongside the digital comms directors and account handling teams to scope digital projects and ensure these are budgeted accurately
-Support the development of proposals
-Produce case studies and slide decks
-Work with the digital teams in OPEN Health to evaluate new technologies as they be-come available and assess how these may be applicable to communication deliverables or client projects

Requirements:
-At least 1 years' experience of managing digital projects within the pharmaceutical in-dustry
-Experience in working for an agency in one or more of the following disciplines
*Medical communications
*Healthcare advertising
*Healthcare PR
*Publications
-Qualification in digital marketing and/or expertise in the scoping, development and delivery of digital projects
-IDM or CIM diploma or higher
-Experience of the development and execution of digital tactics for healthcare pro-fessionals and/or patients