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Marketing Program Manager - Life Science

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Duties: The Marketing Program Manager (MPM) is responsible for driving the development and creation of integrated communications across multiple outbound marketing channels that are on strategy, address relevant audiences, and drive to business goals.

This person will:
Work with business partners to understand strategic plans and align on their communications needs.
Support development of diverse assets, including advertising (print & online), collateral, direct marketing emails, trade show materials, video, photography, training, etc.
Collaborate with a wide variety of stakeholders (creative services, web, events, external agencies) to deliver the tactical assets to support these plans.
Responsible for managing a high volume of activity and prioritize activities to effectively deliver plans on time and budget.
Communicate status and activities and must have strong communication and organization skills.
Ensure that all deliverables meet corporate & brand guidelines and quality standards.
May also facilitate logistical activities to support events and other business priorities.

The Marketing Program Manager may interact and collaborate with a matrixed, geographically dispersed team of commercial personnel in the execution of the above and must function as a team player building strong relationships. Effectiveness in this role requires a thorough working knowledge of the department's policies and procedures. The job encounters work situations of diverse scope and moderate to high complexity and with identifiable and unidentifiable factors. This person will need to exercise judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine action.
Skills: Ability to understand business strategies and prioritize activities appropriately.
Knowledge of marketing strategy and communication principles.
Must work effectively under tight deadlines and manage projects independently.
Able to work in a highly matrixed environment and effectively navigate systems/processes.
Resourceful in solving problems; good judgement.
Team player with excellent people skills and written / verbal communications.
Strong organizational skills and keen attention to detail.
Strong customer / account service skills.
Self-motivated, engaged, and accountable.

Education:
Requires at least three-five (3-5) years in marketing communications, agency project management or similar role.
Minimum of a bachelor degree in the business/communications or biological sciences.
Scientific knowledge a plus.

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