Featured Health IT Job: Marketing Content Writer

We like to regularly feature a health informatics job that readers might be interested in. Today we present the Marketing content writer Recently posted post on Healthcare IT Central. This post was posted by genzeon and is a remote position.

Here is a job description:

The Marketing Content Writer will be primarily responsible for creating content, helping us bring social posts, case studies, e-books, blog posts, white papers, video scripts and articles to our audience. The Marketing Content Writer will also help develop and enhance our brand voice which we use throughout our marketing, sales and internal communications efforts.

The Marketing Content Writer will have access to employees across the organization and select client contacts to help produce the highest quality content. This role will report to the Marketing Manager and will work collaboratively with other members of the marketing team in the US, India and the Philippines to align brand messages in each market, while nuanced cultural differences.
As needed, this role will also assist in editing/revising RFPs or other non-marketing content tasks.

** Main responsibilities
Generate engaging omnichannel content across our verticals and businesses
Review and edit existing content across the organization
Brainstorming new content ideas to promote and grow our brand and revenue
Interview thought leaders at Genzeon and our customers on relevant topics
Engage with content analytics to inform future efforts

**Training and professional experience:

Four-year bachelor’s or other degree, preferably in journalism, writing, or a similar field.
4+ years of professional writing experience, with a strong focus on healthcare and IT audiences.
Published and referenceable work outside of a company blog or social post (i.e. white paper, byline, etc.)

*Master in :
Strong time management skills and ability to prioritize workloads
Ability to transfer knowledge to staff with different backgrounds, educational experiences and learning styles
Excellent planning and organizational skills
Excellent telephone and customer service skills
Good knowledge of MS Office products
Various writing standards (AP, MLA, Chicago/CMOS)

Willingness to occasionally work outside of normal business hours as needed to complete projects
Work remotely, with infrequent travel for company-wide or department-wide meetings
Use standard office equipment

Sounds like a great opportunity for those with experience as a health informatics content writer. If this sounds like a position that interests you, check out the all the details for the job and how to apply.

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