Surescripts was founded in 2001 when the pharmacy industry and other collaborators set out to replace paper prescriptions with electronic. Today, we’re the nation’s largest healthcare information network, connecting pharmacies, care providers, benefit managers and technology partners to get the right information to the right place at the right time. We offer industry-leading solutions that digitize manual workflows and use our unparalleled breadth of data to vastly improve healthcare connectivity, patient safety and provider efficiency.
What You’re Like You play in the intersection of creativity and strategy. You’re connected to movers and shakers, and you know how to work a room. You like to be close to the action of bringing that strategy to life in new and cool ways. You are an authority on big ideas. But you are grounded in good data, real market insights and measurable results.
What We’re Like Surescripts Marketing is a creative, collaborative and diverse team that lives by the motto, “digital first.” We have serious hustle—we’re always taking care of business and thinking about our next move. We’re storytellers, promoters and go-getters, but we stay grounded in our collective purpose: to unleash the potential of a connected healthcare system. We welcome the intensity of our goals and the seriousness of our work, but we also have plenty of fun.
OK, But Here’s What It’s Really Like Working in Marketing at Surescripts, you’ll be challenged by competing priorities and juggling long-term goals with short-term needs. In this industry, the pressure is always on. You’ll be called on to use your best judgment, to communicate crazy-effectively and bring your energy, positivity and general brilliance to the table every day. We celebrate our hard-won accomplishments, but we don’t cheat ourselves out of learning from our missteps.
The Editorial Director will support the VP, Content & Brand Marketing and others within the Surescripts Marketing department to refine and advance our editorial vision and mission and help plan and produce written content. The Editorial Director is a collaborative, strategic thinker and storyteller with a keen ability to write effective, sophisticated and compelling messaging with a customer-first mentality. The Editorial Director will be responsible for developing and implementing an effective content marketing strategy to inform, motivate and inspire a variety of audiences. The Editorial Director must be able to link all content to a clearly articulated business goal and will play a key role in developing and distributing compelling content that advances differentiated thought leadership platforms. The incumbent will be part of an all-star content marketing team and must collaborate closely with colleagues in Marketing and other departments, including Customer Experience, Legal, Product Innovation, Sales, and Strategy.