THE COMPANY:

JUUL's mission is to improve the lives of the world’s one billion adult smokers by driving innovation to eliminate cigarettes. JUUL is the number one US-based vapor product. Headquartered in San Francisco and backed by leading technology investors including Tiger Global, Fidelity Investments and Tao Invest LLC, JUUL Labs is disrupting one of the world’s largest and oldest industries.

We’re an exceptional team with backgrounds in technology, healthcare, CPG and biotech, and we’re growing rapidly to deliver on our mission. We’re actively looking to hire the world’s best scientists, engineers, designers, product managers, supply chain experts, customer service and business professionals.

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


The Science Communications Lead, APAC will report to the VP, Policy Communications and be
responsible for overseeing JUUL Labs’ science communications strategy, including proactive
communication of JUUL-funded research across all external and internal stakeholders. The
Science Communications Lead, APAC will also play a central role in liaising between the Scientific Affairs,
Legal, Strategic Finance, and Government Affairs teams, helping those groups to develop proactive and
reactive scientific communications for a range of audiences from regulators, to key opinion leaders, to
elected officials.


Key Responsibilities:
● Develop and execute strategic communications plans on all science and research initiatives; raise
JUUL’s profile as a company committed to improving the public health and combatting underage
use of nicotine products; the remit includes Scientific Communications Strategy development as
part of the Scientific Affairs strategy, and management of scientific communications focused activities
● Develop, socialize, and ensure uniform delivery of appropriate science messaging to all relevant
stakeholders and audiences, providing quality control for all communications materials, as well as
overseeing communications strategy support for key research announcements and initiatives
● Organize coordinated, fact-based communications response to third party research and science
impacting JUUL Labs; ensure consistent and compliant messaging across all stakeholder groups
● Partner expertly with key internal stakeholders, including Scientific Affairs and Government Affairs
● Support internal communications initiatives that advance JUUL Labs public health and science
narratives
● Develop and maintain relationships with key APAC healthcare reporters; engage with media to
ensure JUUL’s point of view is prominent in coverage of key issues
● Assist Scientific Affairs team in cultivating and maintaining key opinion leader relationships
● Play a critical role in developing and executing medical and industry congress strategy
● Attend medical and industry conferences in support of Scientific Affairs team
● Help organize and drive the internal communication activities at congresses
● Work with international communications colleagues and other relevant stakeholders to coordinate
science communications strategy and support international business initiatives, including country
launches and regulatory milestones
● Demonstrate leadership as a senior member of JUUL’s global communications team

Key Relationships:

● Reports to: VP, Policy Communications
● Key Stakeholders: Director, Science Communications, EMEA &; US; Director, Medical and
Clinical Affairs; Director, Government Affairs; Senior Director, Data


PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
● Expertly analyze, understand and translate complex scientific issues and research findings into
accessible communications for both consumer and scientific community audience, identifying the
elements most likely to resonate with a broad audience while also effectively communicating
scientific advances and relevance
● Engage researchers and clinicians, conducting interviews and follow-up as necessary, and
developing and maintaining relationships in order to stay abreast of research and news
developments, both inside and outside of the company
● Operate at a highly strategic level in creating international science communications plans and
strategies
● Write authoritatively, artfully and persuasively for audiences at the highest level of business and
government; able to meet the most exacting editorial standards while flexing to different styles
● Strong initiative to create powerful pieces of content; including ability to oversee production of
videos, infographics and other designed pieces of content
● Demonstrate strong media relations skills; proven ability to navigate high-profile and contested
issues
● Ability to anticipate public events that can be used to advance institutional objectives
● Staff senior executives for maximum effectiveness in science communications campaigns
● Display executive presence with proven ability to instill confidence and earn credibility as an
advisor and deliverer
● Quickly establish credibility and build productive relationships across the organization
● Possess strong project management skills


EDUCATION:
● Preferred:
○ 8-10 years experience in healthcare and/or biopharmaceuticals industries
○ Strong scientific background necessary. MPH, MD, PhD, Pharmacy degree a plus

JUUL LABS PERKS & BENEFITS:
● A place to grow your career. We’ll help you set big goals - and exceed them
● People. Work with talented, committed and supportive teammates
● Equity and performance bonuses. Every employee is a stakeholder in our success
● Boundless snacks and drinks
● Excellent medical, dental and vision benefits

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