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Assists with the promotion, coordination, and activities of the Weill Cornell Medicine Lymphoma Program.
Supports Lymphoma Program marketing and public relations.
Generates engaging content for website(s)/blog(s), social media, e-newsletters, video, and print materials such as brochures and flyers.
Maintains editorial calendar to promote content across various distribution channels and platforms.
Monitors Lymphoma social platforms and responds to requests and comments. Coordinates Lymphoma Program e-newsletters and mailings to physicians and patients, and maintains recipient opt-ins/contact lists.
Performs administrative tasks, including fielding requests for information and patient inquiries.
Assists with philanthropic activities as needed. Responsibilities may include writing correspondence on behalf of physicians, coordinating donor visits, tracking donations, and calling supporters.
Collaborates with communications staff and physicians to ensure successful planning, execution and marketing of events, meetings and program activities.
As applicable, supports recruitment activities and logistics for visiting researchers and trainees, including scheduling interviews, lectures and meetings, making travel arrangements and coordinating honoraria.
Compiles data and reports on Lymphoma Program activities. Participates in and supports other clinical, research and educational activities of the Lymphoma Program, as required, and provides general administrative support as needed.
Assists in managing special projects and other related duties as assigned.
High School Diploma
Bachelor's degree preferred.
Two years' related experience, preferably in an academic medical setting.
Writing experience, preferably scientific writing, is highly preferred. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Excellent organizational and task management skills.
Proficiency in Windows and Mac operating systems.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Proficiency in Website Management, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube.
Proficiency in Google Analytics.
Ability to work independently, exercise good judgment and handle confidential, time sensitive materials.
Effective communication and customer service skills.
Licenses and Certifications
Working Conditions/Physical Demands
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