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Work hours:¬†Full Time (40 Hours); Day Shift; Monday ‚Äď Friday, 9:00 am¬†‚Äď 5:00 pm Mostly remote,¬†in office as needed. Candidate must be within the DFW area.¬†

Department Highlights:

  • We are collaborators: We are catalysts of knowledge sharing. We engage with people across our team and the organization.
  • We are nimble: Innovation is our competitive advantage. We embrace fresh ideas and new technology to redefine how we work and how we deliver value.
  • We are curious: We are champions of learning, looking both inside and outside of our industry for inspiration.
  • We are powered by data and insights: We utilize technology to automate processes, segment audiences, personalize outreach, gain insights and determine the effectiveness of our work.¬†¬†
  • We drive business results: Everything we do has a clear strategic intent because we are instrumental in supporting our business, our brand, our people, and our communities.¬†¬†

Here’s What You Need

  • A Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, public relations, mass communications, marketing or a closely related field is¬†required
  • 5 Years of Communications experience in a corporate, agency, or journalistic setting is¬†required
  • Healthcare experience is¬†preferred
  • Executive, political¬†speech writing experience is¬†strongly¬†preferred¬†

What You Will Do

Content Creation

  • Create multimedia content for designated stakeholder audiences (e.g. media, internal stakeholders such as physicians or nurses, etc.) that seeks to clearly articulate Texas Health's key messages and align with brand voice and tone.
  • Identifies opportunities to leverage content developed across channels and verticals within Brand Experience, working to leverage system tools for digital asset management. Obtains and records appropriate consent, tags assets and stores appropriately for cross-functional use and search.
  • Writes, edits, and gains approval on communications. Works closely with key stakeholders to determine distribution and approval processes.
  • Understands all internal and external Texas Health communications channels and works to keep channel owner apprised of content under development and seeks to coordinate with existing schedules.
  • Monitors and tracks communications effectiveness, using data to drive best practices over time.
  • Serves as a brand advocate, working to create content that meets all brand standards and guidelines.

Internal Communications Management

  • Serve as day-to-day communications contact for internal stakeholders and subject matter experts. Respond to requests from internal stakeholders for communication support; collaborate on story content with subject matter experts, clinical and otherwise. Advance requests that indicate the potential for unfavorable outcomes, or competing organizational priorities.
  • Communicate with leaders with regard to timing and team member sentiment around content under development. Monitor internal channels and help develop responses as needed, mindful of brand voice and tone.
  • Track and share perspectives on emerging internal communications channels and emerging internal media, with a goal of increased team member engagement and adaptations as needed to internal channels. Look for opportunities to leverage Texas Health subject matter experts to increase presence.
  • Supports internal communication for assigned areas/departments/entities with a focus on localizing key strategic priorities and supporting key strategic initiatives. Works in conjunction with key stakeholders team to localize key messages.
  • Serves as a communications liaison assigned areas/departments/entities, to anticipate needs as well as elevate and integrate strategic system communication for continuity and understanding across the organization.

Internal Counsel & Relationships

  • Establish and maintain effective relationships with leaders throughout the system including, service line leaders, physicians and others in order to identify story ideas and provide counsel as needed.
  • Offer direct and persuasive counsel relative to the value of the proposed story idea and offer alternative approaches more likely to ensure success as needed. Coach and counsel contacts using a candid, direct approach with regard to the delivery and tone of talking points and key material.
  • Encourage and initiate media training for spokespeople as needed¬†

Additional perks of being a Texas Health Employee

  • Benefits include 401k, PTO, medical, dental, Paid Parental Leave, flex spending, tuition reimbursement, Student Loan Repayment Program as well as several other benefits.
  • A supportive, team environment with outstanding opportunities for growth.
  • Explore our¬†Texas Health careers site¬†for info like¬†Benefits,¬†Job Listings by Category, recent¬†Awards¬†we‚Äôve won and more.
  • Do you still have questions or concerns?¬†Feel free to email your questions to¬†recruitment@texashealth.org.
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