The Marketing Communications Manager is responsible for contributing strategy and execution of effective marketing campaigns that position RAPS as the “go-to” for regulatory professionals worldwide. The marketing communications manager works with the marketing and brand management teams to support and promote RAPS’ organizational strategy. As part of a dynamic marketing team, the marketing communications manager is an independent worker who is focused on outcomes, and has strong organization and project management skills. The marketing communications manager prioritizes the needs of our customers and the organization in a quickly evolving environment.
The marketing communications manager works with analytics and reporting, and draws on critical thinking skills and experience, to make recommendations and execute marketing plans that resonate with our customer base. The position requires social media, emarketing and event marketing skills, plus experience working in automated marketing systems and CMS platforms
The marketing communications manager works to understand the environment in which customers operate, anticipates their needs and identifies ways to improve the customer experience.
Required Skills, Knowledge & Ability
Manage marketing and advertising for multiple educational product lines
Work collaboratively with product line managers to plan and execute outreach across multiple marketing channels, including: email, direct mail, print advertising, online advertising, cost-per-click (CPC) advertising etc., and work with team members to leverage social media and public relations outreach
Contribute to interdepartmental project teams to increase the effectiveness of marketing outreach
Evaluate market research, KPIs and analytics
Collaborate with operations, technology and content development staff
Develop and post social media; evaluate, report and make recommendations on analytics
Create content for RAPS.org that creatively communicates solutions and need for product; follow web writing best practices; optimize keywords for search engines
Cross-functionally collaborate to identify customer needs and opportunities
Critically measure and report on campaign ROI to senior management and provide constructive recommendations for future directions
Experience and requirements:
BA/BS, with 5-7 years of related marketing experience
Excellent copywriting, communications and proofreading skills
Pro-active, self-starter who identifies opportunities and can evaluate and present alternatives to challenges
manage projects, meet deadlines and multitask
work in a close-knit creative partnership with brand management team to generate workable concepts and ideas
work in a team environment and work collaboratively with other departments
oversee campaigns through the production stage to completion analyze data and draw conclusions
Additional Salary Information: Please include salary requirement with resume.
Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) is the largest global organization of and for those involved with the regulation of healthcare and related products, including medical devices, pharmaceuticals, biologics, and nutritional products. RAPS is headquartered in Rockville, Maryland, with offices in Europe and Asia, and chapters and affiliates worldwide. Founded in 1976, RAPS helped establ...ish the regulatory profession. Today, it continues to actively support the more than 25,000 professionals who are members and customers, and lead the profession as a neutral, non-lobbying nonprofit organization.
RAPS offers education and training, professional standards, publications, research, knowledge sharing, networking, career development opportunities, and other valuable resources, including Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC). The RAC is the only post-academic professional credential recognizing regulatory knowledge and competence. RAPS has created a professional development framework that defines competencies at various stages of the profession, from new to executive levels.
RAPS has 14 chapters across the United States and Canada; chapters in Switzerland, Israel, and Taiwan; nine networks internationally (Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Germany, India, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, and the United Kingdom), an affiliate in Korea, and administrative offices in Europe, Singapore, and China.