We are a passionate group of innovators, creators, strategists and science geeks who partner with the healthcare industry’s elite to change the standard of care.

We welcome and champion fun, meaningful, hard and rewarding experiences to deliver impactful results time and time again. We are a group of healthcare enthusiasts who relish the ability to educate, engage and activate on our client’s behalf. Our clients deliver exceptional products that change people’s lives. We create extraordinary messaging that changes minds; that’s just who we are. And it’s the only way we work.

We are teammates that understand success is not stagnant. It is never "one" and "done," sharing an unspoken agreement to always improve and dazzle - adding a dash of love resulting in influencing changing the standard of care.

If you find the exception thrilling and never tolerate status quo, you’ve found your tribe. At PRECISIONeffect, no one day is the same. We are driven by curiosity and a heartfelt dedication to explore the bounds of traditional marketing through innovation, communication and collaboration. With laser-sharp focus and persistent discovery, we tell stories that connect and compel. Simply put, we execute extraordinary work that changes people’s behavior so that our clients can accomplish extraordinary work that changes people’s lives.

About You

Do you thrive in growing environments that are both dynamic and intense? Are you a natural leader who enjoys mentoring, guiding and can’t help but roll up your sleeves? Are you as comfortable in the C suite as you are in the trenches? As an Account Director, you’ll lead a team of stellar account service professionals who know their business, have an opinion and are above nothing in order to provide the strong and reciprocal partnerships their clients have come to expect. Oh, and to be successful you’ll have thick skin, a cool head and a heart for the business – and energy to spare.

What you can expect day-to-day:

From scientific platform development to brand creation, our full spectrum of services ensure we can fulfill any ask. You will be responsible for the overall health and management of agency clients and a thriving internal team with responsibilities that include:

  • Client Happiness – championing a lasting and strategic partnership that cultivates a client experience to engage and delight
  • Team Development and Mentoring – ensuring your team understands their respective responsibilities and has a clear path of action
  • Process Development and Enforcement – maintaining ongoing communications, both internal and external, to keep processes and resources streamlined
  • Financial Oversight and Development – leading the team's understanding of financial implications regarding jobs/accounts including forecasting
  • Strategy and Business Setting – coaching your team to ensure a deep understanding of their client’s business challenges and ensure a high-level dialogue
  • Put your big-picture thinking and differentiating insights into effect. PRECISIONeffect empowers those with a strong voice and a differentiating point of view. And if you haven’t found yours already, we plan to inspire, with the promise your voice will be heard. It’s hard to ask for more from a workplace where you’ll build your confidence and grow your career.

Who we are

We are the leading healthcare advertising agency devoted to medical devices, diagnostics, and specialty pharmaceuticals. With offices in Boston, MA, Costa Mesa, CA and the U.K., the agency has an unparalleled understanding of market dynamics, a deft hand at translating technical advances into compelling programs for customer adoption, and a willingness to creatively utilize unrivaled channels to communicate clients' messages. The agency has consistently been recognized by clients, peers and professional organizations for its extraordinary creative work.

Qualifications:

Minimum Required: Bachelor’s degree

Other Required: 10+ years in account management or equivalent

Preferred: Pharmaceutical/healthcare agency experience

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