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Group Copy Supervisor - Neon (Rheumatology)

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We’re looking for a chess-playing boxer, aka Group Copy Supervisor, aka GCS.

Every day, our client goes toe-to-toe with some of the heaviest hitters in pharma history.

We’re talking The Battle of the Blockbusters, kid. The Rheumatology Rumble.

We slug it out over data, indications, experience, and MOA.

Think you’ve got the punching power to stay in the ring with these heavyweights? Then we need you.

But wait!  This isn’t just a brawl, it’s also a battle of wits. We need your strategic, analytical side as well to help us stay 3 moves ahead of the competition.

So, you wanna get in the best shape of your career? Then get in the ring, apply to this role and see... You’re gonna turn data into awards!

The HR Deets:

The Group Copy Supervisor (GCS) is responsible for managing all aspects of copy and related data for his/her accounts. The GCS is the brand leader who solves strategic and creative issues with the client, while enhancing the client’s confidence in the agency. The GCS is capable of producing original, unusual, top-quality creative ideas across all assignments. The GCS supervises and mentors junior writers, while simultaneously managing a heavy workload.

The necessary qualifications...
  • Bachelors Degree - Marketing/Advertising/Communications or Related Field
  • 5-8 years experience in Advertising (Healthcare a must, Rheumatology a plus)
  • A portfolio of work demonstrating experience with data-driven brands, HCP audiences, and unbranded content creation
  • A relentless, never-satisfied, #neverfinished approach to creative advertising.

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