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Rooted in our mission to improve health for underserved populations, we work at the leading edge of emerging issues, bringing fresh thinking to today’s greatest health challenges.

Our creative and intellectually curious team is drawn from a wide range of business, public health, policy, advocacy and communications backgrounds, working together to develop tailored strategies, programs and partnerships that both deliver public health impact and drive business results.

We’ve helped a diverse set of organizations think differently about their work and how they want to tackle global public health challenges – from maternal mortality to HIV to rare diseases – given national, regional and global needs and opportunities.  Our clients and partners include multinational health care companies, multilateral institutions, government agencies, large foundations and leading NGOs.

We are proud to nurture a culture that values diverse ideas, experiences and backgrounds.  We welcome an open and curious mindset, an independent quest for knowledge, and shared learning directed toward achieving our mission. We recognize and reward productivity and initiative and provide staff opportunities to develop and enhance their skills, helping them get to the next level of their career.

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Vice President and Head, London Office London, UK Full-time

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Job Description:

Are you passionate about improving health around the world?  We are!

Rabin Martin is in search of an energetic individual to join our team of smart, curious global health professionals.  We are looking for a Vice President to lead our London office and manage a range of global health initiatives in a client-services environment.  The ideal candidate displays superior leadership, organizational, problem- solving, and interpersonal skills.  Candidates for this role must have excellent project management and coordination skills and will have a minimum of ten years of relevant full-time work experience.

 

The Vice President and Head, London Office, is a member of the Rabin Martin leadership team, with responsibility for helping to guide the overall growth of the organization, with an emphasis on leading the London office and building a portfolio of business across Europe; client and team leadership, strategy and business development; engagement and growth both externally and within the Omnicom Network of companies. The Vice President and Head, London Office reports to the President.

Main responsibilities/tasks

Firm leadership

In role as leadership team member, help design and manage Rabin Martin’s (near and long-term) growth strategy:

  • Collaborate with other RM leaders to grow the global business
  • Innovate around offerings and expand scope of delivery capabilities
  • Develop and implement best practices for client service and quality delivery
  • Develop, introduce and implement best practices and tools to optimize the business’s standard operating procedures
  • Lead firm initiatives and identify opportunities to invite and include talent across the organization and encourage and support participation.
  • Recruit, retain, develop and lead high-performing teams that sell, execute and deliver to RM clients in the global health and its adjacent sectors

Client growth and management

  • Develop, maintain and manage engagements
    • Set aspiration and goals within client portfolio/engagement; accountable for revenue and strategic oversight of service and delivery
    • Understand client business objectives to ensure RM is positioned appropriately; Identify and secure opportunities to develop and enhance the scope of work for existing clients and enhance the firm's relationship with existing clients.
    • Network and develop relationships with new client opportunities; Identify and secure new client opportunities.
    • Develop and lead internal talent and resources to execute against vision and plan for RM and portfolio clients
    • Encourage the development of new ideas and solutions. Empower others to share new and creative ideas for consideration. Use new resources and methods to find information and innovative solutions.

Core Expectation

  • Create opportunities for collaboration across firm, supporting and encouraging collaboration at all levels. Supports and respects colleagues. Acting as a role model, holds others accountable for supportive and respectful behaviors. Create opportunities across the firm for growth, knowledge sharing and demonstration.  Values diversity and inclusivity as critical to workplace excellence.

Candidates should have the following qualities/skills

  • Ability to work independently and in a fast-paced team setting to respond effectively to client needs
  • Demonstrate agile thinking and creativity, and a willingness to create and advocate for new ways of thinking and working
  • Preferred, but not required, experience working in a client services environment and in highly matrixed organizations
  • Ability to manage multiple competing priorities
  • Proven ability to develop, maintain and grow client portfolios/engagements
  • Proven ability to support, develop and grow junior staff

 

Preferred experience, skills, and requirements:

  • Master’s degree or equivalent preferred, Bachelor’s degree required, with at least 10+ years of relevant full-time work experience
  • Actively engaged in and or familiar with UK and European health environment
  • Highly preferred experience in areas of public health, such as Health Policy, Health Equity, Health care financing and/or health economics, market access, emerging market commercial experience
  • Access to, and experience working with, a broad spectrum of business, NGO, and government leaders
  • ESG/Sustainability experience inside or working with a company or sustainability organization a bonus

Director New York, NY Full-time

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Job Description:

Are you passionate about improving health around the world?  We are!

 

Rabin Martin is in search of an energetic individual to join our team of smart, curious global health professionals.  We are looking for a Director to support a range of global health initiatives.  The ideal candidate is a supportive team leader, strong project manager and curious learner.  Candidates for this role must have excellent communication and project management skills and will have a minimum of eight years of full-time work experience.

 

The ideal candidate will be able to support a range of projects. In this role, the Director will:

  • Support and grow a small team of global health professionals
  • Provide day to day contact and support for clients
  • Define key audiences across global settings
  • Research and disseminate information, identify key themes.
  • Articulate ideas to clients and colleagues through oral presentations and written assignments
  • Lead collaboration and create clear action items as project manager.
  • Seek opportunities to be curious, learn from others and share knowledge across the team.

Main responsibilities/tasks

  • Experience managing and developing team members
  • Creative, organized, flexible; ability to work independently and in a fast-paced team setting to respond effectively to client needs
  • Exceptional writing and research skills, including ability to understand technical literature, interpret data and present information in a clear, compelling and easy-to-understand way
  • Strong project management skills
  • Ability to work independently and in team setting
  • Preferred experience working in a client services environment
  • Ability to manage multiple competing priorities

Candidates should have the following qualities/skills

  • Minimum, Bachelor’s degree with at least 8+ years of relevant full-time work experience.
  • International and/or US based experience.
  • Experience working in a client service environment.
  • Preferred experience in area of global health such as: vaccines research, public policy, communications, public-private partnerships, sustainability, health equity, health systems strengthening, advocacy, health financing, health economics etc.

 

Apply for the Director Position At:

[email protected]

Senior Associate New York, NY Full-time

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Job Description:

Are you passionate about improving health around the world?  We are!

Rabin Martin is in search of an energetic individual to join our team of smart, curious global health professionals.  We are looking for a Senior Associate to support a range of global health initiatives.  The ideal candidate is a strong researcher and writer who can quickly distill information, learns quickly and is curious about the issues.  Candidates for this role must have excellent project management and coordination skills and will have a minimum of five years of full-time work experience.

The ideal candidate will be able to support a range of projects. In this role, the Senior Associate will:

Main responsibilities/tasks

  • Write, edit, and prepare various materials such as, landscape and peer analyses, issue briefs, proposals, social media toolkits, and other client deliverables
  • Define key audiences across global settings
  • Research and disseminate information, identify key themes.
  • Articulate ideas to clients and colleagues through oral presentations and written assignments
  • Lead collaboration and create clear action items as project manager.
  • Seek opportunities to be curious, learn from others and share knowledge across the team.

Candidates should have the following qualities/skills

  • Creative, organized, flexible; ability to work independently and in a fast-paced team setting to respond effectively to client needs
  • Exceptional writing and research skills, including ability to understand technical literature, interpret data and present information in a clear, compelling and easy-to-understand way
  • Strong analytical (qualitative and quantitative) skills
  • Strong project management skills
  • Ability to work independently and in team setting
  • Preferred experience working in a client services environment
  • Ability to manage multiple competing priorities

Preferred Experience and skills:

  • Minimum, Bachelor’s degree with at least 5+ years of relevant full-time work experience.
  • International and/or US based experience.
  • Experience working in a client service environment.
  • Preferred experience in area of public health such as: Vaccines research, public policy, communications, public-private partnerships, health equity, health systems strengthening, advocacy, health economics, etc.

Consultant New York, NY Consulting

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Job Description:

Join us! Rabin Martin is looking for several new team members to join our consultant roster of talented and passionate professionals working to improve health around the world. Current part-time opportunities extend through 2020, with the potential of longer-term partnerships in 2021 & beyond.

Main responsibilities/tasks

Global policy and advocacy in the pharmaceutical industry - Experience and expertise in the pharmaceutical industry and global policy required; experience designing and facilitating professional workshops in a corporate setting preferred.

 

U.S. Access, Policy, and Health Equity in the private sector - Expertise in the public health areas of HIV and other chronic diseases, mental health and other behavioral disorders, and oncology; experience in the social determinants of health (SDoH) and health equity preferred.

Candidates should have the following qualities/skills

If interested, please email [email protected] with subject line Global policy OR US Access and we look forward to being in touch!

Freelance Consultant New York, NY Consulting

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Job Description:

Join us! Rabin Martin is looking for a professional colleague with clinical experience (physician, nurse, physician assistant, or health systems researcher) to join our consultant roster of talented and passionate professionals working to improve health around the world.

Main responsibilities/tasks

We have an immediate part-time opportunity supporting a client engagement through 2021, with the potential of longer-term partnerships in 2022 & beyond.

Candidates should have the following qualities/skills

  • Clinical experience related to cancer care as either a provider or health systems researcher
  • Deep understanding of community-based health care and community needs related to the social determinants of health
  • Experience in or knowledge of U.S. health policy required
  • Familiarity with grantmaking or foundation practices preferred

 

If interested, please email [email protected] with subject line “Cancer Care Consultant,” and we look forward to being in touch!