The Director of Health Communications is responsible for developing and directing the communications program for the Center for Community Health, and for developing and providing a dedicated, centralized resource to plan, develop and implement communication and social marketing strategies in support of the URMC community health mission and community engagement in research.
In this role, the selected candidate will create and execute global internal and external campaigns to drive awareness about various D&E initiatives; maintain internal and external web presence for D&E working with digital teams.
This position is also responsible for increasing brand awareness and driving tune-in through the creation of comprehensive communications strategies designed to reach key external audiences, including smithsonian networks viewers, executives, producers, talent, television and the creative community.
In this role, you will be responsible for supporting the Corporate Communications team in implementation of strategic communications goals surrounding special projects for Ralph Lauren and International PR initiatives.
In this role, you will plan, promote and oversee the execution of store events in partnership with store management while pioneering national initiatives with the goal to generate sustainable and reoccurring sales revenue.
The successful candidate is entrepreneurial and will have very strong consumer media contacts. Strong relationships with top-tier outlets (tech as well as consumer) is also helpful since this person will work with product comms leads to amplify product launches and moments externally. Strategic, creative and resourceful communicators able to manage multiple high-level projects simultaneously will be successful.
This position will execute comprehensive communications and marketing strategies for the College and focus on highlighting and increasing its visibility, profile, and reputation to potential students, alumni, parents, donors, employers, partners, and supporters.
The Community Development Relationship Manager (CDRM) is responsible for identifying community development needs for the low and moderate-income (LMI) in assigned assessment area and building relationships with community partners and other resource providers (e.g., other banks, credit unions, universities, local-city-state governments, etc.) involved in meeting those needs.
In this role, you will coordinate across internal teams and external clients to own project launch communications from strategy to execution, specifically supporting app version updates, new feature releases, large scale external partnerships, data-driven campaigns and more.
The Communications Manager reports directly to the Department Administrator and works closely with the Department Chair and faculty leadership of the Department of Healthcare Policy and Research at Weill Cornell Medicine. This position will oversee the Departments communications portfolio.