PCP is always seeking talented, passionate people to join our team as consultants and trainers – regardless of your location. Please reach out to learn more.
We also have the following position available in Cambridge, MA:
Digital Brand Manager
We’re seeking a savvy Digital Brand Manager to develop and deploy integrated, original, creative digital marketing campaigns – from designing the creative to hitting “Post”. As the administer of PCP’s social media accounts, this digital rockstar will represent and grow our brand through eye-catching (and reach-boosting) copy, creative, and cross-platform placement. Some days the work is heavy on strategy, other days we’re in a graphic design vortex, and then there are those afternoons spent finding just the right panda video; whatever the task, we’re looking for someone quick to lend a hand or an insight to get the work done.
A full-time position reporting to the Director of Marketing and Communications, we’re looking for someone ahead of the digital curve, with excellent communication skills and a passion for social good. And as you work diligently to grow our reach, list size, conversions, and footprint, know that you’re not alone. At PCP, we’re all about the team, so lone rangers need not apply. We’re looking for collaborators and ideators with the entrepreneurial spirit to test, fail, brush it off, and try again – all while having a real impact on cultivating the next generation of healthcare change makers.
Read more and apply online through our application portal.
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