Reporting to the Director, Employee Communications/Public Affairs, this role will be responsible for working on internal communications at the corporate and functional/regional levels.
Essential Duties and Job Functions
Work as a member of a small team that leads employee communications for worldwide Gilead organization.
Collaborate closely with other functions within Public Affairs, including Product and Corporate
Communications teams, to communicate to employees about key company milestones from data announcements and product approvals to major corporate news, including earnings and other business developments
Partner with executives and leaders to help draft communications plans and materials to communicate key developments within functions and outward to the rest of the company
Plan company-wide and large, functional all hands meetings, providing guidance on agenda, helping to develop slides and other materials, and offering logistical support in partnership with the functional leadership, Human Resources and IT
Manage complex projects, such as the coordination of panel events that bring patients, grantees and other outside speakers to the campus for employee engagement programs
Play an active role on cross-functional teams representing Public Affairs and providing perspective on the company’s culture and the communication of key information to the internal employee audience
Ensure the consistency, timeliness and delivery of messaging in communications intended for all or large groups of employees
Knowledge, Experience and Skills
Typically requires a BA degree in communications, liberal arts, business or science-oriented field and 10+ years of relevant experience, which includes 4-6 years of specific experience in public relations or employee communication or related field.
Ability to interact with senior management and provide counsel on internal communications with confidence and ease
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills with a high level of attention to detail
Experience managing multiple projects simultaneously; flexibility is essential
Ability to work collaboratively with other team members
Demonstrated project and budget management capabilities
Knowledge of Gilead’s areas of therapeutic focus and/or an interest in learning and understanding the science behind our business
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