For more than 170 years, Pfizer has continuously worked to make a difference by delivering innovative therapies that improve the lives of our patients. By building a talented community of colleagues that align with our patient-focused purpose and core values, Pfizer has improved global health and impacted more than 780 million patients around the world.
The Associate, PX, Colleague Communications & Engagement is responsible for supporting the Business Innovation and WRDM Colleague Communications & Engagement teams in executing internal communication plans to support our purpose. The Associate will report to the Director of Colleague Communications & Engagement and primarily provide support to two divisions: Business Innovation (BI) and Worldwide Research, Development and Medical (WRDM).
The team is looking for a proactive, energetic candidate who is eager to support the development and implementation of various internal initiatives and engagement activities for colleagues across BI and WRDM.
The Associate’s primary goal is to support the BI and WRDM Communications & Engagement teams in delivering simple, effective communications and engagement that is aligned with business priorities, key strategies and initiatives across the two divisions.
Efforts include supporting cultural, recognition and branding initiatives; annual awards programs; event management; and content development for event invitations and intranet sites. Administrative tasks for the Global Sciences, including BI, WRDM and Global Product Development (GPD) will also be required, such as technical ownership of communication tools such as Auto Mailer (email distribution software).
Work closely with the Director of BI Colleague Communications & Engagement and the Director of WRDM Colleague Communications & Engagement to support engagement and communications that advance business priorities including:
Provides support for the planning and execution of internal communication campaigns and initiatives
Contributes to the planning of events to drive culture and promote sharing of organization-wide initiatives with colleagues (town halls, leader forums, learning sessions, etc.)
Management and content development for internal engagement platforms, including the intranet sites, Yammer, Teams or similar.
Support in the measurement of activities and their engagement effectiveness.
Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism or related field preferred
Health communications preferred; prefer pharmaceutical or other corporate and public affairs experience
Minimum of 2+ years of internal or external experience in a corporate environment or highly regulated industry
Demonstrated ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects at once; work both collaboratively and effectively in a team-based environment
Strong, versatile writer and editor
Ability to think creatively and present ideas that will engage and motivate colleagues
Experience managing internal engagement platforms (intranet and Yammer, or similar)
Ability to work independently; effective problem solver
Highly organized and dedicated to excellence
Energetic self-starter; self-directed, with impeccable attention to detail
Quick thinker and ability to navigate ambiguity
Proficiency in the use of Microsoft PowerPoint and SharePoint
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Relocation assistance may be available based on business needs and/or eligibility.
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