Mis à jour: April 10, 2023
Emplacement: London, ENG, United Kingdom
Identification d’emploi: 148463
You are organized, driven, and thrive in an ownership position.
You're ambitious and business-savvy enough to secure and organize high-visibility, large-scale projects. However, you know that maintaining close individual relationships and being a reliable liaison are the keys to building confidence and lasting trust with your customers. Can you see the big picture and the details? You have the potential to excel in this dynamic Graduate role with Syneos Health PR Group.
The PR group here at Syneos Health handle the internal and external communications for pharmaceutical companies, and our talented Consultants interact with brand managers, product managers, marketing departments and specialist patient groups. We are now looking for an enthusiastic Graduate to join the team who is a self starter and capable of bringing passion and high levels of dedication to everything they do.
The primary purpose of the role is to support the account team on the day-to-day running of client accounts and assisting in the delivery of a range of campaigns and the handling of entry-role communications.
At Syneos Health Public Relations, the possibilities are infinite. Because of our “no walls, no limits” philosophy and entrepreneurial spirit, our employees have the opportunity and potential to work on projects beyond their years of experience. The only limitations here are those that are self-imposed, and we make sure to reward staff based on talent, not title.
Syneos Health Communications is the only healthcare communications network that is part of a company on the frontlines of healthcare, with a clear view into the everyday complexities of life and health. As part of Syneos Health®, our agencies — consisting of leading brands and experts in advertising, branding, public relations, managed markets and medical communications — are engaged in every point of influence in health, providing real-world insight into markets and audiences in ways that no other partner could.
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