Manager, Marketing Communications

Organization
DiaSorin Molecular LLC
Job Location
11331 Valley View Street
Cypress, CA 90630
Benefits

BENEFITS WE OFFER YOU: As per local and Company requirements for DiaSorin Molecular LLC. A competitive compensation package including Medical, Dental, Life, STD, LTD, Up to 6% match of 401(k) or Roth 201(k) Retirement plan.

Job Description

JOB TITLE: Manager, Marketing Communications (AO10708) - Job Requisition ID
JOB FACTS:Legal Entity: DiaSorin Molecular, LLCOrganizational Area: USA & Canada Country / State: USA - CaliforniaPlace of Work: USA - Cypress, CAHome/Office Based: Office BasedProfessional Family: Sales & MarketingReporting To: Sr. Marketing ManagerKind of contract : Full Time / Permanent 
JOB SCOPE | YOUR MISSIONThe Communications Manager serves as the lead in developing, implementing and managing strategies & tactics that communicate the company’s business objectives, values and culture to internal and external audiences.  Supports applicable regulations including ISO, Local, State, and/or Federal requirements.
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES | YOUR CONTRIBUTIONSDevelops the internal and external communication plans that support the achievement of both financial and strategic goals of the organization.Manages the development and ongoing support of a new corporate website, managing external vendors and agencies as needed.Develops Social Media strategy and executes/monitors tactics on a daily basis.Prepares weekly Communications report for US Marketing.Supports development of print and digital advertisements, social media copy (ie. Tweets etc) , sales collateral and rebranding items.Supports Senior Leadership in the planning and execution of company-sponsored communications events (All EE Meetings, special events, conferences etc.)Works with Senior Marketing Manager to develop copy for marketing collateral.Submits draft and final versions of marketing collateral to internal reviewers and manages revision process.Works with Marketing team to develop FAQ’s and internal talking points.Supports development of annual Marketing Plan.Approximately 10% of travel may be required.Performs work within published expense and budget guidelines.

Requirements

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, SKILLS & PERSONAL STRENGTHS | YOUEDUCATION:Bachelor's degree (B.A. or B.S.)  Journalism, Communications or related field required; Master’s degree a plus. 
EXPERIENCE:Minimum of five years of healthcare communications, diagnostics or reference laboratory industry experience strongly preferred.   Demonstrated Social Media marketing required.  Proven track record in all facets of marketing communications and corporate communications – strategic communications planning, employee engagement, project management and Social Media platforms required.   TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES:Knowledge of Word Press and Adobe Illustrator a plus.Strong financial and analytical skills; close attention to detail.
SKILLS:Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.  Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.  Excellent public speaking and written communications skills.Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram, or  form.  Ability to deal with problems and make sound business decisions.
Languages: Fluent spoken and written English Travel availability: Approximately 10%Relocation availability: Domestic USA candidates only 

How to Apply
About Our Organization

At DiaSorin Molecular, we maintain our industry reputation as a market leader committed to providing products that accommodate the laboratory’s needs through reliable products, quality manufacturing practices and flexible solutions.  Our product lines include the Simplexa™ molecular chemistries run on the Integrated Cycler. We strive to be the first company to provide diagnostic solutions for emerging infectious diseases, with past accomplishments including assays for West Nile Virus, SARS, and Influenza A H1N1 (2009).

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