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Senior Medical Writer

Company: ID Search & Selection
Location: Cheshire
Reference: PID 3682
Closing Date: 16 Mar 18
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): 40,000 - 60,000
Benefits: 25 days holidays and flexi benefits scheme.

Job Summary:

This is a great chance to join a thriving med comms agency in Cheshire which is seeking a Senior Medical Writer to join their growing team.

Requirements:

Our client is seeking a Senior Medical Writer to join their growing team in the Cheshire offices. They are looking for an experienced medical writer to work on global accounts and produce and oversee the generation of high quality and accurate scientific content that meets their clients’ needs.

This is an excellent opportunity to join the company as they continue to expand which will lead to great career progression opportunities as the editorial team grows. Our client is seeking a Senior Medical Writer who is interested in client facing as well as the prospect of taking on line management responsibilities.

You will work closely with the Directors and be working on global accounts in the oncology, neurology and ophthalmology therapy areas.

In addition to a dynamic and stimulating working environment, you can expect an excellent salary and package of benefits including 25 days holidays and flexi benefits scheme.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop outlines and drafts of materials (e.g. publications, slide decks, reports, training materials) according to the project brief, ensuring that all review comments are adequately incorporated and projects are delivered to deadline and budget
  • Work effectively for multiple clients or across multiple accounts/therapy areas, demonstrating strategic understanding
  • Act as a key point of contact for clients, external experts, suppliers (where required) and internal team members in the delivery of project work
  • Lead onsite client meetings activities (e.g. symposia, advisory boards, congresses, client–agency meetings), acting as the main scientific point of contact for clients and external experts
  • Demonstrate and apply knowledge of key industry guidelines in project work and keep up to date with and communicate key changes
  • Mentor and provide feedback for more junior team members

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Life science degree, preferably a higher degree (e.g. MSc, PhD)
  • Significant previous med comms agency experience, in a writer and reviewer capacity
  • Previous line management or mentoring experience
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Team player
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Good analytical/strategic skills

This is a great chance to have a write in a diverse role with plenty of opportunity for onwards progression.

ID Search & Selection has been successfully placing candidates in healthcare communications jobs for over 15 years. Along the way we’ve built many long term relationships with candidates and clients. We’re now trusted recruitment partners to many leading companies, big, small, network and independent.

Our consultants are knowledgeable and professional and will be happy to offer information and advice. We are with you every step of the way, providing a supportive and communicative service that we will tailor to your unique needs.

Jon Gawley would love to hear from you on 01932 797996.

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Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Rosemount House, Rosemount Avenue, West Byfleet, Surrey
KT14 6LB
England
Tel:  01932 797996
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