Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians Director Communication/Corporate Affairs in Boston, Massachusetts
The Director of Communications and Corporate Affairs serves as principal advisor on all communications-related matters for Harvard Medical Faculty Practice (HMFP) & BIDCO Physician LLC (PLLC) and is responsible for shaping and advancing a comprehensive internal and external communications strategy for both organizations.
This position will effectively engage internal and external stakeholders, including but not limited to providers, employees, payers, trade associations, and affiliates. The position will oversee all corporate communications and brand elements, including production of internal and external materials such as brochures, web copy, newsletters, press releases, internal communications, and executive presentations to the Board(s) and other key meetings and presentations with external stakeholders.
The role will work closely with the CEO of HMFP (CEO) and Executive Director of PLLC (Executive Director), and their respective management teams, to develop proactive, timely communication plans and materials that coalesce around a united brand to ensure the communication efforts work in tandem with and support organizational goals and actions. At times, the position will have to manage and mitigate crises and/or urgent situations and address subjects of a confidential or sensitive nature. Successful candidates will be able to accurately reflect the CEO’s and Executive Director’s tone and position in communication materials.
This role will lead short and long-term communication planning with insights into audiences, channels and culture to elevate awareness and understanding of the organizations, and support its mission, goals and objectives. The Director will serve as a collaborative partner with Beth Israel Lahey Health Communications Teams and other affiliate partners to ensure communications efforts and materials work in tandem with organizational goals and actions. Successful candidates will possess highly developed communication skills and interpersonal savvy. Bachelor’s degree required.