Are you looking for a rewarding career in a collaborative environment passionate about growth? To keep pace with our growing agency we are on the hunt for a seasoned healthcare agency Copy Supervisor with an insatiable appetite to do phenomenal work and take us to the next level.

Role is fully remote 

At PRECISIONeffect, our clients deliver outstanding products that change people’s lives and our hardworking agency staff crafts the extraordinary branding with them. We partner with the pharmaceutical industry’s best, most notable and brightest to bring new drugs to market in a way that impacts patients’ lives. 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 inspiring changing the standards of care.

High-energy, dedicated copy professionals who also enjoy a challenge, thrive in deep science and want to flourish in a growing company are a phenomenal fit for us. If you are no stranger to crafting stories on a dime, are a teammate others can count on and share a goal to deliver extraordinary work, we have an opportunity for you to explore.

About You
You thrive in environments that are fast-paced, collaborative and no one day is the same. You think on your feet, develop content to enhance our storytelling and clients see you as a true magic maker. You can stay focused and calm in a multifaceted dynamic environment and demonstrate confidence with team members as well as clients alike. You own the narrative - every time - and love it!

What you can expect day-to-day:
Expect to combine your high-level conceptual skills with your demonstrated understanding of effective written and verbal communication. You'll own all developed content in an effort to elevate the storytelling in every aspect of our deliverables - print and digital. Not to mention mentoring of individuals with diverse talents and backgrounds.

This includes but is not limited to:
Content Ownership

  • Responsible for adequately consuming and comprehending all client-provided materials

Story Crafting

  • Shows competence in crafting a narrative from the ground-up in collaboration with creative leadership

Copy Development

  • You consistently develop informed, efficient, and ownable content

Junior Creative Team Mentorship

  • You have dotted-line oversight on the output of junior copywriters; you will review their work and provide direction

Client Presentation and Communication

  • As the content owner and “head storyteller” on projects, the Copy Supervisor regularly has productive conversations with clients without supervision

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 5+ years in advertising required; healthcare (device/pharmaceutical) focus preferred; appropriate portfolio demonstrating work
  • Able to research independently
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Experience with original content creation and organization
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite

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If you are an individual with a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the application process, or are limited in the ability or unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, you may contact Precision Medicine Group at QuestionForHR@precisionmedicinegrp.com.

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