Works with cross-functional colleagues and AD SciComm to develop content for advisory boards (e.g. agenda, discussion guide, slides, executive summary, etc) and field medical tools to meet internal customer needs.
This role will work with the Internal Communications Manager to help shape our evolving culture and employment brand by developing and delivering internal communications through various channels. Primary skills needed include writing, editing, proofreading, and some design.
This position will work closely across the company with leaders and communicators driving programs and projects to completion. Strong business acumen will be used to understand, develop and support communications programs and activities.
This position is responsible for producing written copy for a variety of collateral material supporting fundraising, including case statements, proposals, appeals, acknowledgment letters, impact reports, newsletters stories, brochures and presentation talking points.
The Community Product Specialist builds and maintains strong professional relationships with community based physicians/HCPs in private practice, medical groups practices, office staff and others in the patient care continuum.
The Specialist is responsible for programmatic management and execution of the clubs Community Impact programs and philanthropy strategies pivotal to AAA NCNUs business goals, innovation, Team Member engagement, and reputation.
Plans, develops, coordinates, collaborates and conducts events including, but not limited to, meetings, presentations, activities, training, product orientations, focus groups, field marketing events, projects, etc.
Design literature searches using relevant key words, execute literature searches in collaboration with the company Knowledge Center, analyze results and write literature summaries as needed (related to manuscript or scientific communication activities).