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Monte Rosa Therapeutics Head, Investor Relations in Boston, Massachusetts

The Head, Investor Relations will be responsible for developing and executing an integrated investor relations strategy that will align to and promote the business objectives of Monte Rosa Therapeutics , including all aspects of developing and communicating the MRTx story and the investment thesis to investors, analysts, media and employees.

This individual will play an integral and highly visible role in this fast-paced environment, working to shape and ensure consistency of the Company's current and future messaging. Reporting directly to the Chief Financial Officer and based at Company headquarters in Boston, MA , the Head, Investor Relations will partner closely with the entire management team, as well as the finance, legal, regulatory, commercial and marketing teams. This executive will be expected to take a strategic, highly collaborative, and energetic approach toward the execution of the IR functions and exhibit a high level of personal integrity.

Position Responsibilities

  • Maintain comprehensive knowledge of MRTx’s research pipeline and business strategies to assist in representing the company to the investment community, Wall Street analysts and media.

  • Partner with the CEO and CFO to lead and manage the Company’s participation on quarterly earnings calls, investment conference calls and in-house meetings, road shows, analyst days, and one-on-one meetings.

  • Lead strategic IR related communications, including, developing IR communications plan to take advantage of key Company milestones, preparing press releases, investor pitch decks, and earnings releases, creating management Q&As, conference call scripts, and business descriptions/other information for securities filings, the annual report and the Company website.

  • Develop relationships and maintain regular communication with individual investors and select buy-side and sell-side contacts to provide up to date information about events and market trends affecting the Company, with the goal of communicating our long-term vision.

  • Track the models utilized by analysts to value/evaluate the company's performance (i.e., trends, earnings per share, return on equity, etc.) and communicate this information to Senior Management

  • Develop a strategic proactive plan for targeted marketing activities to new and existing shareholders and potential sell-side research analysts.

  • Proactively identify, comprehensively prepare for and manage corporate issues and crises as they arise.

  • Serve as a strategic partner to the executive team.

Requirements

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree required; MBA preferred

  • 10+ years of experience in operational and strategic finance roles with a minimum of 5 years of investor relations experience at a biotechnology/pharma company or in the investment community

  • Proven track record of developing a positive, long-term relationship with the investment community

  • Comfortable with valuation and modeling techniques used by investors and analysts

  • Demonstrated ability to understand financial data and articulate that data and a strong understanding of finance, capital markets and securities regulations

  • Excellent communication and presentation skills, both written and verbal, with the ability to write SEC documents including 10Ks and the ability to translate and simplify complex information and explain the science

  • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks on very tight deadlines

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office

  • Ability to cultivate, influence and maintain positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders and external investors and analysts

  • Ability to work collaboratively with a team

  • Ability to work cross functionally at all levels of the organization

  • Solution oriented, flexible thinker, driver of success, with integrity

  • Computer skills are a must (particularly PowerPoint, Excel and Word)

  • Strong reputation with Wall Street analysts and institutional investors

  • Ability to communicate in an in-depth fashion about scientific and clinical developments

  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills

  • Ability to travel both domestically and internationally, if required

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