CAREERS


ASSOCIATE CONFERENCE PRODUCER, scientific conferences

CONFERENCE PRODUCER - Biologics


Why work for Cambridge Innovation Institute?

Our environment is friendly, inclusive, and very fast-paced, where people work hard and are rewarded and recognized for their efforts.

Other pluses:

  • Skills training and career development at all levels
  • Competitive pay with incentives and company profit share
  • Flexible work schedules
  • Companywide social events

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CII is proud to offer its employees these benefits and more:

  • Health, dental, life and disability insurance
  • Generous paid leave
  • Company profit share
  • 401(k)
  • FSA plan

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ASSOCIATE CONFERENCE PRODUCER, scientific conferences


Cambridge Innovation Institute (CII) is hiring an associate conference producer! We are looking for an individual interested in learning the skill of producing conference content in protein engineering, protein sciences, and biologics development. The associate conference producer will initially provide administrative and project support to the executive director of conferences, while gaining empirical knowledge of the conference producer job and career path.

The role: The Associate conference producer role provides administrative and project support, manages conference speaker invitations, researches scientific topics, and organizes and proofreads conference content and correspondence. They must manage overlapping projects with different deadlines and budgets, and be high-energy self-starters with great interpersonal and technical skills. Working comfortably with a multi-disciplinary team is essential. Candidates should have a background in one or more of these areas: life science, drug discovery and development, clinical trials, diagnostics, engineering, bioengineering, biosensors, biotherapeutics, informatics, bioinformatics, or AI. Experience producing or writing scientific content and/or working in virtual event platforms is extremely valuable.

Travel to some events is required (3-5 trips annually).

The career path: With aptitude and training, an associate conference producer can become a full conference producer. Conference production includes literary review of novel technologies; industry trend analysis; extensive interviews and communication regarding scientific content development and thought leader recruitment; and use of that knowledge to create compelling conference programs. It requires exceptional creativity and the ability to determine the viability of conference topics and programs. If you want to work for a well-established company with an entrepreneurial feel, challenge your intellect, use analytical thinking and develop knowledge in many topic areas, then conference production is the career for you!

Location: Our headquarters are in Needham, Massachusetts. Preference is for local candidates but we would consider remote for the right candidate.

To apply, please send cover letter and résumé to:
Christina Lingham
Executive Director, Conferences and Fellow
clingham@healthtech.com


CONFERENCE PRODUCER - Biologics


Cambridge Innovation Institute (CII) is hiring a Conference Producer!

Have a background in the development of biologic drugs and want to try a career path in conferencing? Use all your current knowledge to assemble an agenda of experts speaking about cutting-edge scientific content. Help share the future of learning for the R&D drug discovery sector without ever stepping in a lab! If you want to work at a well-established company with an entrepreneurial feel, are interested in challenging your intellect, and are an analytical thinker with knowledge of biologics, please apply!

Conference producers perform literary reviews of novel and innovative technologies; analyze the scientific, technical, economic and regulatory trends in industry; conduct extensive phone interviews and email communication regarding source material, topic validation, content development and thought leader recruitment; and use the knowledge gained to create a dynamic portfolio of conference topics. Our producers are top-notch communicators with exceptional relationship-management skills and the ability to attract industry thought leaders to participate/speak at our events.

Desired Skills and Experience
- Conference production experience is highly desirable, preferably in producing scientific seminars and/or training programs, and/or background writing for science or related journals or publications.
- self-motivated, with strong project-management skills
- undaunted by constant multi-tasking and overlapping deadlines
- exceptional creativity and demonstrated ability to determine viability of conference topics and programs
- willing and able to learn new technologies
- Travel is required (4-5 trips annually).
- Conference production is team based, and working comfortably with people in different disciplines across the entire organization is essential.
- BS or BA or equivalent is required; advanced degree preferred.
- Experience working in virtual event platforms is extremely valuable, but not required.

Location: Our headquarters are in Needham, Massachusetts. Preference is for local candidates but we would consider remote for the right candidate.

To apply, please send cover letter and résumé to:
Edel O’Regan Ph.D.
Vice President, Production
eoregan@cambridgeinnovationinstitute.com