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

CLICK HERE for the online form.

You will be asked to submit your job posting info along with payment (if applicable).

  

NESHCo Members – May post listings to the listserve and website free of charge.


Non-members - Will be charged $100 per posting.  (this is for a post only, to also send a dedicated HTML job alert email to NESHCo’s members, the cost is $150. )


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.


Home Page Ad ($250)– An ad can be placed on the home page of the NESHCo website for 30 days.

JOB BANK

Manager of Content Development - Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Reporting to the Director of Content & Creative and working in conjunction with the SVP of Strategic Communication, the VP of Marketing, the Director of Digital & Media and the Brigham Health OSC, the Manager of Content Development (MCD) is responsible for the oversight, planning and execution of a broad range of creative and strategic content development initiatives.


This position is responsible for overseeing creative team members and a growing strategic communication program focused on marketing clinical programs and services designed to enhance the Brigham brand and drive volume to key clinical services in keeping with the hospital’s strategic plan. In collaboration with the OSC leadership and the Content & Creative Services team, the MDC will develop, oversee and participate in a content strategy that will support collective communications objectives aligned with enterprise priorities. 


RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for overseeing the integrated and closely coordinated development of content for a wide range of patient and physician-facing channels and vehicles, including the hospital’s website, social media platforms, physician and consumer-facing blogs, e-newsletters and others. 
  • Works closely with members of the marketing and digital team to conceptualize content that amplifies the Brigham’s distinction as a leader in innovation and care delivery and then oversees and participates in the development of that content, managing campaigns from ideation through to completion within the content development workstream and managing workflow accordingly with the marketing and web/digital development teams.
  • Partners with clinical leaders to ensure the creation of accurate, high-quality visual and written content that reflects the competitive advantages of their programs and services. 
  • Create content to advance both brand/reputation goals as well as patient acquisition objectives across multiple channels, including, but not limited to, BWH website, social media platforms, blogs, e-newsletters, advertising, podcasts, docustory telling opportunities, and much more. 
  • Responsible for setting content performance benchmarks as well as recommending and delivering ongoing content analytics aligned with marketing campaigns to identify content marketing ROI. 
  • Oversees and participates in content and design development for the hospital’s local, regional and national physician relationship management program. 
  • Supervises a senior communication specialist, a writer, a senior multimedia producer and a graphic designer. In addition, the MCD is responsible for the hiring and supervision of any freelance content developers hired to supplement the work of the current team. The MCD must build effective working relationships with key individuals in OSC as well as in departments across the organization. 
  • In addition to supervising the team, the MCD will write and edit content. 
  • Oversees content development for the hospital’s various patient guides, and partners with the internal innovation team to translate that content to a digital format 

REQUIREMENTS: Minimum 8 years’ experience in a team-centric marketing/communication environment with proven ability managing creative teams, developing content, project managing, writing, editing, publication production, supervising development of multimedia production and delivering content marketing analytics. Health care or science writing and communications experience preferred. BA in communications or journalism with superior written, editorial, oral communication and computer skills required. A highly organized, confident and independent thinker capable of thoughtful analysis and clear-eyed decision making who is comfortable working collaboratively and autonomously as well. 

9/25/18

Director of Content & Creative Services - Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Reporting to the Chief Communication Officer and Senior Vice President of Strategic Communication, the director of Content & Creative Services leads a team of content creators and design professionals in a highly visible, fast-paced environment to strategically plan, write, edit, design and deploy content for diverse topics, audiences and vehicles across multiple digital and print channels. 


The director is responsible for development and execution of marketing content and design and all aspects of internal communication strategy and implementation. Principal Duties and Responsibilities The director of Content & Creative Services in the Office of Strategic Communication must be a strong leader that can provide strategic thought leadership and direction to a content development and design team responsible for a broad range of writing, creative and strategic communications for multiple audiences. These include employees, patients and prospective patients, families, visitors, internal clinical staff and researchers, external referring physicians, influencer audiences, and the general public. 


The director works in close partnership with the SVP, the vice president of Marketing, the director of Digital & Media, and the manager of Internal Communication to lead and execute content development and design programs which are informed by analytics and other metrics that align with marketing and institutional goals to advance the institution’s overall marketing strategy. Special efforts include continually enhancing communication, driving innovation by adapting and evolving content that works for specific audiences and marketing endeavors. This role also must build strong relationships with senior leadership, senior clinicians, directors, managers and staff throughout the organization to execute internal communication messaging and initiatives. This includes using new vehicles to foster employee engagement, a just culture, and a sense of community throughout the organization. 


REQUIREMENTS: Minimum 10 years’ experience in a team-centric strategic communication environment with proven leadership and management ability around a broad range of content development, design and deployment, including marketing communication, employee communication, web content, digital signage development, e-newsletter and publication production, social media, among other vehicles and channels. Health care or science writing and communications experience preferred. BA in communications or journalism with superior written, editorial, oral communication and computer skills required.  

9/25/18

Digital Media Specialist - Thundermist Health Center

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the supervision of the Associate Vice President, the Digital Media Specialist plans, implements, and monitors all digital-related components of the Thundermist Communications Plan. This person serves as an online representative of the organization and must conduct them-self professionally, using good judgement as a member of the Thundermist community.


REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in English, communications, marketing, journalism, or related field, or 3 – 5 years related work experience
  • Considerable experience in the fields of communications, marketing and/or social media management.
  • Excellent knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, and other social media best practices. 
  • Understanding of SEO and web traffic metrics.
  • Ability to produce professional, relevant, timely content for a variety of channels and constituents. Content will including writing, photography, infographics, and video.
  • Ability to disseminate complex information to diverse constituents.
  • Considerable knowledge of Microsoft Office or related applications for desktop publishing, image editing, and content management.
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work. 
  • Ability to work independently with little supervision.
  • Strong planning, administrative, fiscal management and organizational skills.
  • Advanced design, photography, and videography skills are required.
  • Familiarity with web design and publishing
  • Previous experience with SharePoint preferred. 
  • Health care experience preferred. 

PHYSICAL EFFORT/ENVIRONMENT

General office environment. Must be able to sit for long periods of time. 

Be able to lift heavy boxes when needed.


WORK SCHEDULE/HOURS

Full time/ 40 hours per week.

Nights and weekends, when necessary.


COMMUNICATION SKILLS

Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to present information concisely and effectively, both verbally and in writing.


SIGNIFICANT JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Manage all digital media elements of the Thundermist communications plan, including: 
    • Social Media – Execute day to day social media strategies, including developing strategies to improve user engagement.
    • Website – maintain and update daily to improve user experience
    • Online review sites – Manage and update.
    • SharePoint – Maintain and update the main page of the organization's intranet site.
    • Digital Marketing 
  • Develop and implement a social media strategy to increase the organization’s online presence and improve marketing efforts.
  • Measure the success of digital strategies and adapt plans accordingly.
  • Develop content for use in a variety of digital media channels.
  • Stay up to date on the latest digital media best practices and technologies.
  • Collaborate with the communications and development team to advance organization objectives.
  • Other duties as assigned

09/20/18

Director of Marketing & Digital Strategy -Baystate Health

What You Will Do

As the Baystate Director of Marketing & Digital Strategy you are responsible for developing and implementing the marketing and digital strategy (in partnership with the Vice President) and to ensure that it aligns with overall Baystate Health goals and objectives, with overall accountability for delivering high-quality and timely strategic marketing and digital services in a collegial consultative manner. 


Additional Responsibilities Will Include

  • Stay abreast of and interpret market and industry trends, competitive analysis and digital analytics; combined with a deep knowledge of traditional; digital, web (internet and intranet), mobile and social marketing and communication channels to develop and implement meaningful marketing strategies and plans with clinical service line leaders and medical staff leadership throughout BH to help clients increase and retain customers and meet objectives.  
  • Provide sound business justification for marketing and digital investments (based on market and consumer trends, best available data, audience and expert insights, past campaign data, and best practices); present recommendations for approval. 
  • Develop and track metrics for monitoring investment success.  
  • In partnership with Vice President, oversee development, coordination and monitoring of integrated marketing and digital strategy plans in support of ongoing multi-year strategic plans and priorities. 
  • Ensure all initiatives meet quality, time and budget guidelines specified.  
  • Direct the design, appearance and content of the Systems website, intranet and relevant portals in conformance with contemporary best practices and informed by customer feedback and testing. 
  • Work collaboratively with IT team to assure technical capabilities of the web and portal systems are delivered in an appropriate and timely manner. Manage updates and new releases as needed.  
  • Clearly establish targets for each marketing and digital plan or campaign and monitor in a disciplined fashion to demonstrate value-added outcomes.  
  • Deepen the relationship with customers by creating or collaborating on communications that foster dialogue, and provide a demonstrably richer experience - allowing customers to be closer to our brands including but not limited to Social Marketing (Facebook, Twitter), Video, Blogs, Forums, Chats, links, etc.  
  • Develop, disseminate, update and monitor marketing and digital policies and procedures to ensure all marketing and digital materials and activities meet legal and ethical guidelines. 
  • Sets proper application and guidelines for the use of nomenclature, grammar, graphics, logos and human resources policies to ensure all marketing materials meet legal and ethical guidelines Maintain high team engagement as measured by Press-Ganey.  
  • Manage the day-to-day operations of Marketing & Digital Strategy, including all human resources, budget-related, project management oversight, and other issues. 

What You Will Need:  

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Design or Technology related field required.  
  • Master’s Degree Preferred.  
  • 10 years of account and/or project management experience in an agency, advertising or marketing organization including 3+ years of experience with digital campaigns/development, and 3+ years’ experience in leadership/management.  
  • Experience in working in a health care or physician environment is a plus.  
  • Experience with Vignette and/or MedSeek platforms a plus required.  
  • Successful track record of managing and developing employees for at least 3-5 years preferred.

8/27/18

Director of Marketing - Dartmouth-Hitchcock

The Director of Marketing is responsible for directing the development and operational execution of a strategic and integrated marketing plan to achieve the goals of Dartmouth-Hitchcocks designated clinical service lines, business units and/or member health care organizations in alignment with the overall D-H Health system strategy. 


The Director is an innovative brand expert and digital marketer with a primary focus on strategic plan creation, marketing operations, implementation and execution. He/she manages and directs the marketing team and their related activities, interacts with senior leaders and stakeholders, allocating resources to successfully achieve business objectives. 


Reporting to the VP, Communication & Marketing the Director of Marketing will also work with the Director of Media Relations, Director of Digital Services and the Director of Communications & Publications for overall message and brand alignment. 


The Director develops and executes strategies and tactics to market the strengths of the organization and build awareness across the region. 


The Director should be prepared to lead market research initiatives and to function in a consultative support capacity for the clinical service line leaders, physician practice leadership, senior leadership, and/or local member organization leaders. 


Responsibilities

  • Oversee the development and execution of D-Hs marketing strategy to promote, enhance and protect brand reputation. 
  • Contribute to the overall Communications & Marketing strategic planning. 
  • Lead the clinical service line and network marketing strategy in addition to planning the elaboration and implementation of best practices based on assessments of the latest developments in the marketplace. 
  • Direct the development and evolution of the annual advertising campaign(s). 
  • Manage marketing budget and media spend. 
  • Partner with VP to evaluate, negotiate, select and manage outside agency partners and vendors including ad agencies, digital partners and consultants. 
  • Define patient/consumer research requirements and key performance metrics, as well as measure, track and report success of marketing efforts. 
  • Communicate and apply market research insights to key internal constituents and business planning efforts. 
  • Define and direct adherence to brand guidelines in partnership with the Communications & Marketing team. 
  • Direct efforts to build local, regional, national and international volume and reputation for prioritized service lines. 
  • Identify new and innovative approaches and technology for building, measuring and tracking reputation and volume; pilot those efforts for replication; direct the quantitative analysis and reporting of business performance, volume and market trends and implications of service line performance.

Qualifications 

  • Bachelors degree required, Masters a plus with an emphasis in marketing or related field preferred. 
  • 10+ years of progressive experience in brand stewardship, marketing, planning, market research, or equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience in a healthcare setting Very strong experience with digital marketing, customer insights, social platforms and appropriate technologies and applications and experience for building digital campaigns. 
  • 3 - 5 plus years supervisory experience required. Incumbent must have analytical skills and creative experience necessary to address targeted messages to a variety of audiences. 
  • Ability to be nimble and execute in the short-term while simultaneously developing long-term strategy. 
  • Keep up to date with industry trends and technological changes that impact the business. 
  • Strong oral communications skills. 
  • Must be flexible and willing to work out of Dartmouth-Hitchcock's Bedford, NH location 2-3 days a week. 

Dartmouth-Hitchcock is an equal opportunity employer. 8/20/18