Medical Writer- PhD level or previous relevant experience

Reference:
BBBH1929
Date Posted:
04/07/2018
Salary:
Competitive
Town/City:
Cambridge
Opportunity Type:
Graduate Job - Agency Client
Employer:
STEM Graduates
Employer Website:

Medical Writer ? PhD level or previous relevant experience

Job Location: Cambridge

Job Salary: Highly competitive

Job Benefits: Pension Scheme, Good Holiday Allowance, Bonus, Training

Job Sectors: Graduate Life Science Jobs / Graduate Pharmaceutical Science Jobs / Graduate Medical Communications Jobs / Graduate Medical Writing Jobs / Graduate Science Jobs / Graduate Pharmacology Jobs / Graduate Pharmaceutical Jobs / Graduate Biology Jobs / Medical Writer Jobs

We are currently working with an expanding and innovative Medical Communications agency in Cambridgeshire, who are looking for individuals with exceptional scientific talent and a keen eye for detail.

Our client provides high-quality communication materials to the healthcare industry in the form of manuscripts, slide kits, training programmes, value dossiers, etc.

The role is suitable for talented medical writers, who have a love of scientific literature research and writing, and who are looking to join a close-knit family feel company that prides itself on delivering excellence.

Job Duties:

  • Strategic input, literature research, data analysis
  • Preparing evidence-based text for manuscripts, slide kits, training programmes, value dossiers etc.
  • Attending scientific meetings and preparing reports
  • Creative input to the visual development of materials
  • Working closely with Account Managers, Editors, Project Managers, and clients


Job Requirements:
Essential

  • Strong scientific background (2:1 or above; PhD) in a life science or medical subject from a Russel Group university, with at least 2 years of experience in a relevant area
  • Strong A-Levels 
  • A skill for writing, with a keen eye for detail and a passion for scientific communications
  • Exceptional command of the English language, both written and oral
  • Evidence of writing either from university projects or theses, blogs, university newsletters, etc.