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Vice President, Biotech Communications


We're RXMOSAIC—an integrated marketing and communications powerhouse harnessing a unique fusion of science and culture for healthcare companies and brands.

Offering boutique agency agility with the backing of Omnicom global scale, we are an unstoppable force for healthcare breakthroughs—proving time and time again that no adoption barrier is impossible to overcome.

That’s why we work with some of the leading visionaries in healthcare—to propel their innovations into the orbit of people who need them most.

Our approach is methodical, but never formulaic. We fuse data with curiosity, and collide science with culture, to catalyze conversations around healthcare breakthroughs that have lasting impact—and spark market-moving reactions.

Breaking through the noise across every channel and in any market, we enable people to discover the next thing that could truly transform their lives. Because RXMOSAIC is where breakthroughs break through.

To learn more, please visit: Follow us at @rxmosaicgram on Instagram and RXMOSAIC on LinkedIn. RXMOSAIC is a part of the Omnicom Public Relations Group.

We are seeking a Vice President who would work on two exciting pieces of business within our client portfolio. This person would support both a growing biotech on the frontlines of transforming the cancer screening process, as well as one leading the way in developing the first new treatment for schizophrenia in decades. This is a hybrid role, and we're open to hiring in either NYC or Chicago.

You will have the opportunity to work with a groundbreaking biotech creating buzz in the healthcare community for its blood test that screens for cancers before they are symptomatic. This account will give you the opportunity to lead public relations activities around a broad consumer education campaign that includes patient storytelling, earned media, sponsored content and social media. Supported by an integrated team of media and digital experts, you will help raise awareness of this important new technology.

Additionally, you will have an opportunity to support a company developing a new approach to treating schizophrenia. The work will start with unbranded activations featuring a celebrity spokesperson to showcase the ambitions, hopes and goals of people living with schizophrenia. Later in the year, you will support data milestones and prepare for a potential regulatory approval.

Both clients are open to new ideas and approaches, giving a VP the chance to leverage and build client relationships, recommend new approaches, and think outside the box. You will team up with the Group Senior Vice President on these accounts and lead the larger integrated team – strategy, brand, digital, creative, project management and earned media – to develop strategies, execute tactics and meet client objectives.


  • Lead, drive and review materials and client deliverables, including coordinating with the integrated teams to keep projects moving forward; proactively provide updates to team leads and colleagues
  • Create and review media and social media materials, including press releases, media strategies, thought-leadership materials, social messaging and materials; organic and paid social; narrative/message documents; stakeholder engagement/patient advocacy; oversee events and editorial calendars; executive visibility
  • Support development of strategic plans, counsel clients on strategic direction of programs/accounts, and contribute ideas internally and to clients on an ongoing basis
  • Help lead a high-functioning integrated team; serve as a manager to select Brand team members on account; mentor colleagues
  • Work with teams and Finance to manage account budget; assign team target hours for billability and profitability, effectively managing programs and ensuring efficiency
  • Continually seek to evolve your knowledge of your specialty, client’s business and competitors, vertical industry, media landscape and emerging trends in consumer behavior


  • 8-10 years of healthcare / pharma PR experience in a communications agency; oncology and/or neurology experience is a plus; 4+ years of supervisory experience and the ability to lead and manage integrated marketing work teams
  • Experience leading large, multi-prong integrated campaigns and teams across corporate visibility, disease awareness and data/regulatory communications projects
  • Understanding of FDA rules and regulations and ability to lead a high-science account
  • Tenacious, driven, self-motivated, detail-oriented, multi-tasking leader who is comfortable moving things ahead in a fast-paced environment with minimal oversight
  • Client-centric strategic partner who shares knowledge respectfully and is unafraid to push back to offer important counsel as needed
  • Knowledge of healthcare marketing and communications; interested in knowing and keeping a pulse on both the oncology and neurology spaces
  • Proven track record in client service, strategy development and execution of data driven PR and digital campaigns in the healthcare/pharma space
  • Experience driving business pitches/presentations, budget and finance management
  • Strong presence, team-oriented, highly communicative and collaborative with the ability to manage diverse personalities
  • Aptitude and openness to support organic growth and work with agency teams to pursue new business opportunities
  • Ability to work east coast hours
  • Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Journalism, Marketing or related field


  • Generous time off
  • Gift week – we’re closed the last week of the year!
  • Comprehensive health and wellness benefits
  • Physical fitness and wellness stipends
  • Savings program with company match
  • Family Forming Benefit (paid parental leave) and Carrot Fertility (egg freezing, IVF benefits)
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Professional learning and development opportunities
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Transit benefits
  • …and so much more!

The anticipated salary range for this position is ($119,000 – $180,000). Salary is based on a range of factors that include relevant experience, knowledge, skills, other job-related qualifications, and geography. A range of medical, dental, vision, 401(k) matching, paid time off, and/or other benefits also are available.

MMC / RXMOSAIC is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status. Employees from diverse or underrepresented backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

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