Account Project Manager Career | Jumo Health

Account Project Manager

Client Services, New York

Playing an integral part of the Client Services team, Account Project Managers oversee and manage multiple projects across multiple brands and clients. They supervise and are expected to manage and set all workflow timelines for assigned clients/brands. The Account Project Manager is expected to maintain organized, complete, accurate, and concise status reports for internal and external communications.  Reporting to the Senior Account Manager, the successful candidate must have the ability to set and execute against defined project plans and present on-going status updates to the internal project team.

The successful candidate must have the ability to set and execute against defined project plans, presenting on-going status updates to the internal project team and, possibly, the client.

Essential Functions

Account Management

  • Supports the account team in developing and maintaining needs for external client meetings, including but not limited to, kick-off materials, status reports, and creative briefs

Project Management

  • Manages multiple projects across assigned portfolio from initiation through implementation and deployment
  • Ensures deliverables progress per agreed upon timelines and milestones
  • Accurately reports the status of all projects at all times and ensures deadlines are met
  • Acts as a key partner to account leadership, creative, and other team leaders; builds and maintains positive relationships with clients and internal colleagues
  • Proactively communicates changes and monitors staffing needs
  • Coordinates internal and external communications (including meetings and reviews)
  • Identifies and manages workflows, and continuously works to improve systems, practices, and policies
  • Provides recommendations on workflow management software and technological advances for the organization
  • Ensures that the team knows and follows established procedures, including organization process, technical requirements, and client procedures
Candidate Requirements
  • A Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in communications, marketing, public relations, public health, or business (Master’s preferred, but not required); PMP certification strongly preferred!
  • 3+ years of project management, production or product management experience in an agency setting; experience managing clinical trials projects a plus!
  • Experience using project management software
  • Ability to work with tight timelines on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Continuous focus on quality and driving efficiencies
  • Self-starter who is able to roll up his/her sleeves, take initiative, think creatively, work independently, and get work done!
  • Solid verbal/written communications skills; good critical thinking skills; be a creative, innovative, enthusiastic problem solver; and exhibit strong mentoring, teamwork and client service orientation
  • A passion to help kids

About Jumo Health

Jumo Health develops age-appropriate, educational resources for patients and caregivers for use throughout their medical journey.

By working with providers, manufacturers, and advocacy groups, we ensure our resources are available at the moment of diagnosis, during a treatment regimen, or while participating in a clinical trial. With the belief that an informed patient is a compliant patient, Jumo Health designs practical solutions using familiar - and desired - mediums. With experience providing resources to more than 65 countries in 55 languages, and covering more than 200 topics, our mixed media solutions range from comic books to animated videos, are evidence based and peer reviewed, pay careful attention to health literacy and reading comprehension barriers - all to ensure patients can understand and follow their physician’s instructions.

To the applicants

Jumo Health is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetic information, creed, citizenship, disability, protected veteran or marital status.