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Medical Editor - Project Development £55000+

Company: Barrington James Medical / Executive
Reference: AJMEDEDIT
Closing Date: 13 Jun 18
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): 40,000 - 60,000

Job Summary:

This opportunity is for an experienced Medical Editor looking for a step up into a leadership role.  You will be working with the senior managers on all editorial projects and ensuring that you work closely with accounts and project managers ensuring smooth running of all projects.  This Medical Communications agency are specialist in what they do because they believe specialists do a better a job. 



  • Scientific degree (MSc, BSc)
  • 2+ years Medical Communications experience
  • 2+ years Medical Editing experience


  • Leading and supporting editorial projects
  • Overseeing junior editors/writers work
  • Working with senior managers to ensure a smooth process with clients
  • Ensuring the highest quality content is produced at all times
  • Working with the accounts and project teams to help projects
  • Knowledge of the ABPI code of compliance(Zinc)
  • Client facing at times
  • Must be a clear communicator

This opportunity is for an aspiring editor looking for their next step into an exciting leadership role.  You have the opportunity to progress and work on interesting specialist projects.

Due to high volume of CV’s recruitment for this position is likely to close early.  I advise not to delay when considering applying.

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Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Rowan House Smallfield Road Horley Surrey
Tel:  01293 776644
Fax:  01293 822333
Website:  Visit Our Web Site

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