Medscape, a division of WebMD, develops and hosts physician portals and related mobile applications that make it easier for physicians and healthcare professionals to access clinical reference sources, stay abreast of the latest clinical information, learn about new treatment options, earn continuing medical education credits and communicate with peers.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status
The Associate Resource Manager is responsible for working closely with the Director, Resource Management to manage the resource planning, allocation, project maintenance, and scheduling for the department that can include full-time and freelance staff. The Associate Resource Manager is responsible for assisting in the management of a portfolio of promotional Web and Email-based programs, helping to manage resource scheduling, staffing analysis, capabilities assessment, as well as the department needs based on project and client requirements under the direction and supervision of the Director. The Associate Resource Manager works to develop key relationships with Client Services, Development/Production, Content Creation and Editorial Services, Creative, and Marketing departments, and works closely with other department Resource Managers to ensure that resources align and are assigned based on skill set, timing, and prioritization needs. The Associate Resource Manager focuses on developing excellent project management skills, and helps ensure that projects and verticals are properly resourced to run efficiently, according to process, and meeting client and internal deadlines. This role will help plan for incoming projects and implement resource changes against evolving priorities for existing projects. The ideal candidate has the ability to develop an understanding of each resource’s professional disciplines, has some experience with project workflow/management, and has had exposure to pharmaceutical/healthcare marketing.