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Do you dream in color, think in pictures and live for the big ideas? The harder the problem, the more satisfying the solve? We have the hard problems. We are the only agency committed to changing practice in medicine. Are you ready to join our creatives exploring new technologies, turning data into drama, telling deeply human personal journeys in new ways to provoke controversy, stimulate conversation and impact change?

It won’t be easy. Are you prepared to come to the table with novel conceptual thinking, excellent design skills and an ability to deliver solutions that work across the range of media channels? It’s never business as usual for us and it isn’t just another day at the office. We embrace and nurture fun, meaningful, hard and rewarding experiences to deliver results time and time again.

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.

What you can expect day-to-day:
Collaborating with the assigned writer and other team members to conceive and execute award-winning concepts that are spot-on when it comes to the established brand strategy, client guidelines, and industry regulations.

From print and collateral to social and digital, you will develop creative that is both innovative as well as cost-effective while exceeding the expectations of all both internal and external customers.

  • Flows and re-flows layout, resizing art, version campaigning, concept and logo execution, and creating presentations that are clean, engaging and dynamic
  • Design and produce compelling print and digital pieces
  • Research and develop conceptual graphic designs and/or illustrations for assigned projects and submits to Creative Director for internal review
  • Take an active interest in the client’s market and develop a sound knowledge of their product, the science and target audiences
  • Present work to clients and provide insight/consultation to all things design and production
  • Seeks out and art directs photographers, illustrators, and other suppliers to produce high-quality work

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, you’ll be inspired to, with the promise you’ll be heard. It’s hard to ask for more from a workplace where you’ll build your confidence and grow your career. Join our team of innovators, strategist and science geeks who partner with the healthcare industry’s best, most notable and brightest to change the standard of care.

Who we are
We are the leading healthcare advertising agency devoted to medical devices, diagnostics, and specialty pharmaceuticals. With offices in Boston, Mass, Costa Mesa, Calif., and London, UK 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 unique channels to communicate clients' messages. The agency has consistently been recognized by clients, peers and professional organizations for its outstanding creative work.

Qualifications:

Minimum Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree

Other Required:

  • 3+ year’s design related experience in advertising or marketing agency 

Preferred:

  • Pharmaceutical experience preferred
  • Ability to travel 10% of the time

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