Digital Lead & Brand Manager, fixed term contract/maternity leave replacement, 9 months

Your Responsibilities:
We are ViiV Healthcare - a global company established in 2009 and wholly committed to HIV. ViiV Healthcare is a joint venture between three global Pharmaceutical companies, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer and Shionogi. Our aim is to bring a unique and innovative approach to discovering and developing effective HIV medicines, to improve access, care and quality of life for people affected by HIV.

The incumbent is responsible for digital strategies and execution of digital activities supporting the ViiV corporate strategy, the ViiV product portfolio and all patient and disease awareness related activities. Moreover, the incumbent is responsible for the promotion of the in-market product portfolio.

Key responsibilities

• Make ViiV Switzerland the leading HIV company in the digital space within the next three years
• Accountable for establishing the digital corporate, product, patient advocacy and disease awareness strategies in accordance with business opportunities. Ensuring that all activities are carried out autonomously.
• Responsible for regular screening of the digital landscape and for the identification of new opportunities in the digital space.
• Responsible for digital enabling of the KAMs, particularly for Veeva-related opportunities like e Detailing and 1:1 emails, for ensuring the KAMs are fully aware and up-to-date on any digital activities and their ideas and needs are considered.
• Responsible for making sure we understand physicians needs in terms of ViiV's digital engagement with them
• Responsible for relevant and regular market and business analysis in order to obtain up to date competitive market intelligence and identify opportunities or threats to the ViiV portfolio strategy
• Responsible to successful market all promoted ViiV in-market brands according to sales and A&P budget.
• To establish and implement the in-market brands product strategy in accordance with the market opportunities and to ensure that all activities are carried out autonomously, and that the KAMs remain on track.
• Responsible for leading a clear and fully integrated MCM approach that provides a high share of voice with a best-in-class customer experience in close collaboration with the marketing team.
• Accountable for achieving target sales budget and for managing the overall spend of the promotional budget according to the annual brand plan in collaboration with the marketing and PCA team
• Responsible for organizing and executing projects according to internal policies

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Why You?

Basic qualifications:
• Several years of work experience as brand manager in the pharmaceutical industry or digital manager/lead in any industry or as consultant in a marketing/digital agency.
• FH degree - Business, Marketing, Digital, life sciences or equivalent

Preferred qualifications:
• University degree - Business, Marketing, Digital, life sciences or equivalent

Why GSK?:
www.viivhealthcare.com

Contact information:
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