An experienced Marketing Project Manager required to deliver global brand initiative within a global matrix environment
Qualifications / experience to include
- Min 3 years' experience in a Marketing Role, preferably in pharma/medical sector
- Degree in Marketing / Business/ Digital / natural sciences
- Fluent in English with 1 additional language (French/German)
- Good communication / interpersonal skills
- Proven project management
- Digital & social media proficiency
- Excellent organizational skills
- Ability to work on own initiative / Self-Starter
- Proficient in MS office / skype / yammer / OneDrive / SharePoint software
Role / Responsibilities to include:
- Daily support to the Global brand teams based in Basel
- Administration & project management across a number of marketing strategies
- Lead internal brand communications plan (operational and strategic) with the global marketing team - email / yammer / podcasts / video etc.
- Compliance support for any legal/medical campaign approvals (P3, cross-border, contracting & ZINC uploading etc.)
- Support marketing campaigns / tactical planning for Rheumatology franchise
- Support with organization of external / internal events & congresses (particularly project management)
- Operational and administrative support of global meetings, development of agenda & minutes, engagements, logistics planning etc.
- Interaction with external vendors as required / support of budget management
- Liaison point for SharePoint access / brand enquiries / email list management / DAM / Global brand site
- Ad hoc activities for Rheumatology brand teams & supporting functions
- Based in Dublin with significant travel to Basel
- Resource to support Global brand teams who are based in Basel.
- Candidate will be working alone in Dublin. Needs someone strong willed, self-starter, self-motivated...etc.
Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.