Media Communications - Medical
Job ID 2020-2182
Frontline Medical Communications, Inc., a division of Medscape, is one of the healthcare industry's largest medical communications companies and a leader in digital, print, and live events. The Company leads in HCP-level targeting and is ranked 1st in combined web and print engagements. With MDedge™, our state-of-the-art integrated web portal, and audited email database, FMC meets the marketing challenges of our clients with superior reach, optimal sponsorship opportunities, and flexible advertising programs. FMC delivers award-winning, indexed, clinical reviews; practice and policy information; and medical news daily from on-site reporting at major medical meetings, many in collaboration with notable societies, medical associations, and opinion leaders. FMC produces live events, digital click-for-credit, and CME in affiliation with Global Academy for Medical Education, LLC and Hemedicus. WebMD is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ancestry, color, religion, sex, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, medical condition, disability, veterans status, or any other basis protected by law.
Main Function: Manage the delivery of industry-supported custom programs.
Standards of the Position:
The Program Manager will work directly with both external clients and internal departments to facilitate the complete project lifecycle from kick-off to delivery. Programs include print/digital supplements, promotional articles, expert interviews, expert roundtables and microsites. The Program Manager will be expected to manage several projects at a time.
- Program management of print and digital media assets
- Timeline management
- Asset tracking and trafficking
- Communication with clients and faculty
- Routing materials through pharmaceutical medical/legal/regulatory (MLR) review.
- Writing copy for traffic drivers
- Preferred candidates will have experience managing promotional projects for or on behalf of pharmaceutical companies.
- Medical publishing experience is a plus.
- A 4-year college degree is required.
- Excellent time management and organizational skills.
- Excellent communication skills—both written and oral—are critical to this position.