Graduate Scientific Account Associate - Medical Communications

Reference:
BBBH1419
Date Posted:
16/04/2018
Salary:
£18,000 to £24,000 Per Annum
Town/City:
Cambridge
Opportunity Type:
Graduate Job - Agency Client
Employer:
STEM Graduates
Employer Website:
Graduate Scientific Account Associate - Medical Communications

Job Location: Suffolk (Commutable from Cambridge, Newmarket, Bury St Edmonds, Thetford, Ely and Ipswich)
Job Salary: £18,000 - £24,000 dependent upon experience
Job Benefits: Pension Scheme, Good Holiday Allowance, Childcare Vouchers
Job Sectors: Graduate Life Science Jobs / Graduate Pharmaceutical Science Jobs / Graduate Medical Communications Jobs / Graduate Business Developer Jobs / Graduate Science Jobs / Graduate Pharmacology Jobs / Graduate Pharmaceutical Jobs / Graduate Biology Jobs

Are you looking to use your scientific education in a role that doesn't include boring lab work?
Our client, a Medical Communications Agency in Suffolk, for recent life science graduates or experienced candidates to join their team as a Graduate Account Associate to support the management of projects across a variety of scientific areas.

Job Duties:

Managing scientific projects in accordance with deadlines and budgets
Liaising with clients and the in house editorial team
Providing administrative support, preparing meeting material and printing tasks, organise travel, event management
Understand client requirements and drafting proposals
Managing budgets and costs
Develop an awareness and understanding of guidelines including the APBI code.
Keep up to date with revelations in the scientific and healthcare industry

Job Requirements:
Essential

A 2:1 or above in a Life Science or Pharmaceutical degree background
Generic science knowledge and excellent communication skills, as well as the confidence to converse with healthcare professionals and various other clients
Must have a full driving license and own car
You must be flexible to travel frequently to client sites.

Desirable

Previous experience or exposure to Medical Communications