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Senior Medical Writer

Posted 8 March by Charalle Recruitment Limited Easy Apply Ended

The role of a Senior Medical Writer is to develop and deliver scientifically accurate, high quality and engaging educational content across a range of therapy areas and a variety of mediums.

Principal accountabilities

• Creation and delivery of high quality content that is scientifically and grammatically accurate

• To liaise with the client and act as the point of contact for key opinion leaders (KOLs) to support and drive the delivery of live scientific events

• To support the preparation of, and participate in, client meetings to discuss scientific and editorial aspects of ongoing or proposed projects

• Provide creative and innovative solutions that address the clients’ challenge

• Attend congresses, workshops and client meetings to provide medical writing support

• Review and proof-read materials for internal and external clients

• Work with the rest of the team to develop content for proposals and pitches

Skills and knowledge

• Degree level or higher in a biomedical science

• 3+ years of Med Comms agency experience or other relevant medical writing experience

• Solid understanding of the drug development process and the relevant regulations that influence communicating with healthcare professionals and the public

• Ability to edit and adapt content and utilise varying styles and outputs for different audiences

• Strong attention to detail with solid grammar skills

• A desire to provide creative solutions to our clients’ challenges

• Strong project and time management skills

• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work as part of a team in a high-pressure environment

Required skills

  • Biomedical
  • Drug Development
  • Medical Writing
  • Workshops
  • Writing

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