Overview

Reference Number: JO-2107-471756
Senior Medical Writer
Rate: Negotiable
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Central London / West End

Senior Medical Writer

Location: Central London

CPL Life Sciences are working with a research institute based in Central London to recruit a Senior Medical Writer to join their team and create high-quality written materials across a range of different outputs. You will lead the development of all materials (including abstracts, manuscripts, posters and other medical communications projects) and will also mentor and lead more junior Writers within the team. Youll be responsible for presenting complex information whilst ensuring that clinical/scientific data is accurate, and so will also work closely with the Statistics team across various clinical studies in order to do this.

Key responsibilities:

Contributing to and leading the content development of written materials

Developing and maintaining the publication plans for various studies

Working with multidisciplinary project teams and external advisors to ensure projects are delivered within-budget, on-time and on-message

Understanding and building excellent knowledge of the relevant science/medicine area

Assisting with strategic publication planning

Mentoring and advising junior team members

Occasional travel, including international travel for conferences and congresses

Requirements:

Experience medical writing ideally within academia

A degree within a relevant Life Sciences subject a PhD or MSc will be advantageous

Strong publications experience with experience in publication planning, as well as a good knowledge of relevant industry standards (ICMJE, GPP2 etc.)

Project management experience

A strong knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry

If you would like to hear more, please apply within or send your CV to Rhianna.bellamy@cpl.com

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