Medical Writer (Flexible / Home working available)
c.£40,000 - £55,000pa (Salary guide & dependent upon experience)
Are you a Medical Writer who wants to have exposure to an array of different therapeutic areas and work across both UK and Global accounts?
Do you want to work for a business who supports and invests in your personal development?
Are you looking to join an innovative agency who will provide you with opportunities to utilise all your skills for a more fulfilling career? Then this could be the opportunity for you!
This established healthcare agency is seeking an experienced (2yrs +) Medical Writer to join them in their steps to become the top innovators in Medical Comms.
Working alongside the Associate Consultants, you will add to the team with your analytical and research skills. You will have the ability to evaluate, extract and interpret information such as NHS data and Real World Evidence. You will liaise with KOL, payers and Healthcare Professionals frequently whilst developing and constructing value stories, news releases, presentations, regulatory documents, advertising copy, clinical slide sets and educational materials.
For those who have an interest in developing their commercial awareness, there is the opportunity however this is not required by the company for this role; it's an example of their ability to help staff diversify their skills.
- A science related/ Pharmaceutical PhD
- 2+ year's Medical communications experience
- Medical Education experience
If you feel your experience is in line with the requirements for this position please APPLY NOW or contact Heather Poole directly on for further details.
Our client is easily accessible from London, Oxfordshire and Surrey. If you have med comms medical writing experience, we'd love to discuss this opportunity within medical communications with you.
- medical communications
- medical writer
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