The Marketing Communications Manager will function as the coordinator between the Department of Marketing and Communications and the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, providing direction and leading day-to-day project management and workflow. The Manager reports to the Associate Dean of the Graduate School. The position will have a dotted line into Central Marketing and Communications (Chief Marketing Office at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai)
Please send resume and cover letter to Dorie.Klissas@mssm.edu
Duties and Responsibilities
Serves as day-to-day contact for all web content and social media content within the context of the annual plan; leads/develops content and sets and manages project delivery
Work with program directors to create brochures and ensure that marketing communication strategies are aligned with departmental strategies.
Assist in the planning, implementation and logistical support for all special events
Coordinates the execution of all Graduate School initiatives and programs
Work in conjunction with the Marketing and Social Media departments to enhance visibility and marketing efforts for all Graduate School programs within the context of overall plan
Support program directors and work closely with senior associate deans to support recruitment efforts and executes student recruitment plan
Implements digital marketing campaigns and tracks and reports on acquisition and conversion progress metrics
Participate in other projects and operations as needed
Performs other related duties
Minimum Related Experience
Five or more years marketing communications experience with strong emphasis on digital channels. Experience in higher education, biomedical research, or non-profit integrated marketing preferred. Must demonstrate ability to understand and translate technical content into persuasive communications.
Understanding of the interplay between online content, web marketing, social media, and other marketing vehicles.
Team player who can build effective working relationships, is detail-oriented, and ready to roll up his/her sleeves
Ideal candidate will demonstrate initiative and drive and can lead projects with minimal oversight.
Strong interpersonal, analytical, problem solving, negotiating, influencing, facilitation, organizational, prioritization, decision making, and conflict resolution skills.
Demonstrated commitment to teamwork and collaboration.
Strong written and oral communication skills with superb attention to detail and quality control.
Internal Number: 007
About Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
At the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, we are deeply invested in cultivating the next generation of scientists and health professionals who make a profound impact on human health, locally and globally. Uniquely positioned within the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and the expansive Mount Sinai Health System, we are a preeminent graduate school and research center known for transformative research and innovative education.At the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, we are dramatically advancing the art and science of medical care through an atmosphere of intense collaborative learning, social concern, and scholarly inquiry. We pursue innovative approaches to education, research and patient care, combining the best traditions of medicine with the principles and entrepreneurial thinking of a startup, to uncover novel insights about disease. Building this culture of innovation requires making large investments and taking a transformative approach to discovery, which means taking risks and disrupting the status quo. In this way, we are transforming the practice of medicine and reinventing medical research to produce radically better outcomes for patients.
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