Product Marketing Lead - Patient Access and Population Health

Healthcare delivery involves hundreds of repetitive, manual tasks that account for over $1 trillion in administrative costs per year. Notable’s platform unifies artificial intelligence, robotic process automation, and no-code configurability to automate these workflows across the continuum of care - improving patient outcomes while reducing costs.

To support and accelerate our growth, we are hiring a product marketer to own positioning, growth strategy, messaging, and sales collateral development for patient access and population health - our largest solutions.

The ideal candidate for this role is a marketer who can wear many hats, with proven ability to learn quickly and adapt. We’re looking for somebody who can not only be a rockstar but who can bring the whole band together, driving cross-functional execution across marketing and sales. 

Responsibilities

  • Refine and evolve Notable’s product positioning and messaging for intelligent automation in the patient access and population health space. 
  • Define and own our sales collateral bill-of-materials, including decks, demos, and one-pagers.
  • Lead the development of custom decks and demos to support large enterprise opportunities. 
  • Partner with content marketing and demand gen leadership to define and execute pipeline generation programs.
  • Develop thought leadership pieces (whitepapers, webinars) to grow market credibility and support pipeline generation.
  • Perform competitive analysis and develop positioning against alternative offerings. 

Requirements

  • 3+ years of PMM experience, ideally within healthcare and/or B2B technology
  • World-class writing skills across different mediums, from ad and web copy, to one-pagers and whitepapers.
  • Demonstrated experience developing high-impact sales messaging and slideware.
  • Healthcare domain expertise, or a strong desire to learn the ins and outs of the industry.
  • Basic familiarity with technical concepts (e.g. RPA), or a strong desire to learn. 
  • Proven ability to drive cross-functional collaboration with sales and marketing stakeholders.

 

Diversity is important to our team; if you’re unsure if you might be a fit, please apply!



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