NESHCo Job Bank

The NESHCo Job Bank is a highly-valued resource among healthcare communications and marketing professionals in New England. The members of NESHCo, have given us continued positive feedback on the importance of this tool while job searching. We hope organizations will also find this service valuable as you seek qualified candidates for job openings.

NESHCo maintains an up-to-date distribution list of more than 200 members in the region. Job postings are sent directly to member inboxes via a listserve. In addition, jobs remain on the NESHCo website for 60 days, unless otherwise directed.

Post a Job

Contact NESHCo Administrator Jenn Gervais

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  • Text for job posting
  • Person to contact about job or Link to apply
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NESHCo Members – May post listings to the listserve and website free of charge.

Non-members - Will be charged $100 per posting.  Membership status is determined by the following: The person submitting the post must be a member or the organization where the job is listed must have a corporate membership with two or more members.

Additional Services

Webinar Spotlight Ad ($200) - A spotlight ad will be placed in NESHCo’s monthly electronic invitation for a fee of $200. This will include the organization’s logo.

Webinar Announcement ($50)- The job can be highlighted at the start of NESHCo’s monthly webinar.

Email Alert ($150)- A dedicated HTML job alert email can be sent to NESHCo’s members.

Home Page Ad ($250)– An ad can be placed on the home page of the NESHCo website.


Account Executive & Account Director - Denterlein

So, who are we? 

Our team reflects our clients – smart, fearless, and passionate about the issues that affect the major industries throughout New England. We’re inquisitive and intense news consumers, driven by our dedication to finding the best hook that ensures our clients are part of the conversation across print, broadcast, digital, and social media. From “brewstorms” to Final Friday celebrations to the CROC Award, we make sure that our hard work is rewarded and recognized.

POSITION#1 Account Director 

Denterlein, a leading strategic communications firm focusing on public relations and public policy, is looking to add an experienced Account Director to our growing team.

who are you? 

A skilled writer, savvy pitcher, and sophisticated consultant. You’re confident, creative, and genuine. You have a proven history of successfully implementing communications campaigns and are focused on quality professional service. You may have expertise in public affairs, education, or healthcare – but you definitely have a desire to expand your knowledge wide and deep, and to help build your skills and those of your teammates. You’re quick and thoughtful when asked for help, whether from a client or colleague.   

Key responsibilities include:

  • General client retention and growth
  • Develop and execute integrated communications campaigns 
  • Provide creative thinking about brand position, digital content and media outreach 
  • Produce a wide range of content for both digital campaigns and media outreach 
  • Build and maintain strong client relationships 
  • Manage internal teams and client workflow 
  • Contribute to business development initiatives 

Our perfect fit…

  • Rising star with 5-7 years of experience in communications; agency experience preferred 
  • Proven experience working in one of our key industry areas: healthcare, life sciences, financial services or professional services 
  • Problem solver who can prioritize, identify, evaluate, and recommend solutions 
  • Relationship builder (across the board with team mates, clients, media, influencers) 
  • Accountable leader, comfortable with developing KPIs and measuring results 
  • Writer extraordinaire 
  • Mentor and manager with friendly, straightforward style 

POSITION#2 Account Executive 

Denterlein, a leading strategic communications firm focusing on public relations and public policy, is looking to add an Account Executive to our growing team.

who are you? 

You’re confident, creative, and genuine. You have a proven history of successfully implementing communications campaigns and are focused on quality professional service. You may have expertise in public affairs, education, or healthcare – but you definitely have a desire to expand your knowledge wide and deep, and to help build your skills and those of your teammates. You’re quick and thoughtful when asked for help, whether from a client or colleague.   

Key responsibilities include:

  • Coordinates communication with clients and ensures deadlines and scope of work agreements are adhered to
  • Generates creative ideas to help drive client initiatives
  • Researches and identifies appropriate reporters, bloggers and influencers
  • Monitors relevant news sources and alerts the team to earned coverage and relevant breaking news opportunities
  • Secures on-going and regular media opportunities 
  • Provides social media insight  as well as execution and management of related digital activity
  • Produces high quality written content

Our perfect fit….

  • Self-starter with 2-4 years of public relations, public affairs, advocacy or communications experience (agency preferred) 
  • Social media enthusiast and user; avid consumer of traditional media (in digital format!) 
  • Problem solver with solid collaboration and analytical skills
  • Communicator with excellent written and presentation skills
  • Intellectually curious and desire to understand clients’ business issues 

Additional details: 

Full time, salaried position (40 hours/week) 

Competitive benefits including health, dental and 401K match 

Additional details: 

Full time, salaried position (40 hours/week) 

Competitive benefits including health, dental and 401K 



Communications Specialist -New England Quality Care Alliance (NEQCA)

The New England Quality Care Alliance is a partnership of community and academic physicians dedicated to providing comprehensive, innovative, high-quality and affordable health care that brings value to their patients and the community, and expands the teaching and research mission of Tufts Medical Center.

I. GENERAL SUMMARY: The Communications Specialist is responsible for identifying, developing, implementing, coordinating, and facilitating NEQCA communication projects and processes that support NEQCA’s efforts to implement new systems of care design and delivery, leveraging the latest in information technology, and demonstrating value with patients and physicians. The Communications Specialist reports to the Director of Communications and is part of a team responsible for implementing the NEQCA communications strategy and plans, and is a resource for all network communications, newsletters, the NEQCA website and intranet, assuring appropriate messaging, format, grammar and organizationally consistent content. The Communications Specialist will be responsible for coordinating with vendors on occasion. The Communications Specialist develops proactive communication efforts and coordinates reactive communications, working with the Director of Communications, NEQCA staff, and members of the Tufts Medical Center Communications, Marketing and Public Affairs teams, in crisis and other situations dealing with subjects of a confidential or sensitive nature. 


  1. Works with Director of Communications to develop and implement NEQCA’s strategic communications plan aimed at optimizing communications with NEQCA’s provider network, ensuring physicians thrive and enjoy their practice while their patients receive optimal care. 
  2. Works to develop, implement, and maintain a schedule of publications and communications in alignment with company strategy, goals, and events. 
  3. Serves as both writer and editor of NEQCA communications, including newsletters, and departmental materials and tools to support clinical quality and efficiency improvement. 
  4. Assists in preparation of statements, quotes and other information as needed, gaining approval from the appropriate sources when necessary.
  5. Oversees the NEQCA intranet, managing users, and updating content when appropriate.
  6. Oversees the NEQCA website, ensuring accurate and up-to-date content and a high-quality user experience, by recommending and implementing changes as necessary. 
  7. Maintains collaborative team relationships with NEQCA peers and colleagues and Local Care Organizations (LCO) in order to contribute to the working group’s achievement of goals, and to help foster a positive and effective communications environment.
  8. Advises on communications and supports the implementation of large-scale programs and events, managed by the NEQCA Communications team. 



  • Excellent writing, editing, proof-reading and verbal communications skills, including developing written materials and giving presentations.
  • Demonstrated competency in project management.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively across all levels of an organization, including with members of a C-Suite or senior leadership team.
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, strong service orientation, good judgment, team player, flexible and creative. 
  • Knowledge of local healthcare marketplace.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Adobe Acrobat and InDesign, and demonstrated ability to identify, recommend and master new tools and applications.


Bachelor’s degree in journalism, marketing, communications or public relations 


3-5 years of marketing, public relations, internal communications or provider communications experience required. Health care experience preferred.

An equivalent combination of education and experience, which provides proficiency in the areas of responsibility listed above, may be substituted for the above education and experience requirements.


  • Work is in a fast-paced office-based setting.
  • Reliable transportation is necessary. The NEQCA office is located in Braintree with occasional travel to Local Care Organizations and community hospitals.
  • Work often includes meetings outside of normal business hours.
  • Must be able to perform all essential functions of this position with reasonable accommodation if disabled.


Interim Vice President, Marketing & Communications

Exciting opportunity for an Interim Vice President, Marketing & Communications (potential Interim to Perm too) (MA).  Representing one of New England’s leading and largest integrated healthcare systems, this dynamic and growing system includes five member hospitals. 

As the VP of Marketing & Communications, Lead an integrated marketing, public affairs and internal communication effort develop strategies and tools for market impact and effectiveness. Measure customer attitudes, opinions and preferences through surveys, focus groups and third party data. Oversee Internal Communications & Creative Services functions. Oversee all communication channels to produce effective content, engaging design, videos and interactive tools. Oversee the website, landing pages, digital marketing, social media and online retail functions. Oversee multi-million dollar budget, ensuring all projects and campaigns meet time and budget guidelines specified.  

Experience/Education: Bachelor’s, Master’s Preferred in Marketing. 7-10 years demonstrated progressive marketing & communications leadership within a multi-departmental, matrixed entity environment. Ability to manage, motivate and inspire a top performing team. 


Marketing Specialist - Stamford Health

Stamford Health is seeking an individual to join the Marketing Department as a Marketing Specialist. This is a full time (37.5hrs/weekly) Monday-Friday, day shift position. The individual will report directly to the Manager of Marketing Communications. This position is responsible for the implementation of marketing tactics that sustain and strengthen marketing strategies for the System (Hospital, Medical Group and Foundation), with a focus on traditional marketing. This person also serves as the lead for all aspects of marketing for Stamford Health Medical Group, a multispecialty physician group with offices throughout lower Fairfield County.

Key Responsibilities:

· Works collaboratively with marketing and public relations team and others throughout the Organization to facilitate and manage marketing initiatives. Serves as a liaison and consultant in the implementation of marketing objectives for SHMG and other service lines as assigned. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

· Draft, edit and/or proofread copy for traditional marketing projects (announcements, posters, newsletters, invitations, brochures, advertisements, etc.)

· Manage production of onboarding collateral for SHMG physicians including bio cards, welcome ads and letterhead

· Develop advertising (e.g., physician welcome ads, calendar ads, SHMG location ads, journal ads) as requested by manager

· Manage production of projects consistent with brand guidelines and build vendor relationships to achieve timely, cost-effective outcomes

· Research and secure mailing lists for direct mail campaigns and manage distribution using internal or external resources.

· Support the Manager of Marketing Communications in maintaining brand standards throughout the organization.

· Coordinate video and photo shoots

· Develop proficiency in CRM system including digital dashboard

· Participates in online marketing initiatives, such as email campaigns, as needed

Required Experience

· 4-6 Years experience in a marketing role

· Bachelor's degree required.

· Excellent written and oral communication skills and attention to detail

· Self-Starter with a strong work ethic

· Demonstrated knowledge of collateral material design and production

· Experience and comfort in online space; understanding of social media, website development, e-marketing and how they complement traditional marketing

· Ability to work independently & collaborate creatively and productively in a team environment

· Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Desktop Design or Publishing software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, PhotoShop, etc.)

· Ability to deal well with competing priorities and heavy work volume; works well under pressure and deadlines; flexible and adaptable to unexpected changes in business and corporate environment.

· Demonstrated project management skills, manages priorities and utilizes time effectively.

Ability to collaborate creatively and productively in a team environment. 


Head of Public Relations and Community Affairs – Central Maine Healthcare

An integrated healthcare delivery system, Central Maine Healthcare (CMHC) serves 400,000 people in the central, western, and mid-coast regions of the state. One flagship medical center, two rural, critical access hospitals and an extensive variety of primary and specialty care practices located in 15 communities throughout the region make up the CMHC system.

Central Maine Healthcare is focused on exceptional quality and patient access to care. Affiliated with Mass General Hospital in Boston, CMHC provides Mainers the most innovative and current treatments available without having to leave their hometown. The Mass General affiliation gives CMHC patients greater access to sub-specialty care in hematology/oncology, neurology, stroke, and trauma.

Whether seeing your primary care provider, a highly-qualified specialist within our healthcare network, or visiting one of our three hospital locations throughout Maine, be assured that with Central Maine Healthcare you’re always receiving accessible, comprehensive, world-class care.

Position Summary: 

Develop and manage comprehensive public relations and media relations programs to effectively position Central Maine Healthcare as an integral healthcare provider in Maine, by supporting strategic goals and system marketing/public relations plans for key clinical and ancillary areas.

As the primary point of contact for media and PR partners, this person will provide public relations counsel, editorial services and crisis planning/response for key strategic initiatives, programs, special projects, events and/or breaking news or potential crises; ensure a positive and cohesive public image; communicate the system mission and vision to the media through an ongoing media relations and communications program, including the development and dissemination of news, feature and photo releases, proactive engagement of key external stakeholders and media representatives, as well as reactive response to external requests for comment and information..

Job Requirements:

Educational Requirements: Bachelor’s degree required. Bachelor’s degree in journalism, public relations, communications, English or related field preferred.

Experience Requirements:  5-7 years management experience in media/public relations / marketing/ communications preferably in a large medical practice setting, health care or community organization. Must have news media or media relations experience and strong knowledge of communication and public relations practices, methods and strategies. Must possess basic management principles and have experience in developing and maintaining budget. Must have proven communication skills and abilities in writing and interpreting concepts/ideas into written and/or verbal form to selected audiences. Must be able to work well under pressure and deadlines and be flexible and adaptable to unexpected changes.


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