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Senior Medical Writer - Medical Communications

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: Yardley, Pennsylvania
  • Salary: US$80000 - US$100000 per year
  • Job reference: 173651/013_1561555530
  • Sector: Medical Affairs, EPM Scientific
  • Date posted: 26/06/2019

Summary of Job:

A top tier Medical Communications agency focused on publication planning is looking for a Senior Medical Writer to join the team as a lead content creator. You will work with the highly collaborative team to develop scientific/medical content in order to help clients' achieve their strategic initiatives.

This agency has a lot to offer to medical writers that come in now. The agency is growing quickly and holds a strong reputation in the market. Their U.S. operations have tripled in headcount and revenue in the past couple of years. This large growth means fast tracked career growth as there will be an abundance of opportunity to take on additional responsibilities if desired.

The agency is known for having an inclusive "family feel" to it. They value employee recognition, work life balance, and producing the highest quality of content.

For the right candidate, this opportunity does have the option of being fully remote.

Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with your director in order to achieve the organization's goals and your own professional goals

  • You will prepare deliverables (outlines, manuscripts, abstracts, scientific posters, and slide presentations that are generally focused on a specific therapeutic area) for leading pharmaceutical therapies.

  • As Senior Medical Writer you will work closely with other Editorial and Client Services team members to meet client expectations, budgets and timelines.

  • You will assist in the development of new business opportunities with clients and potential new clients. This will include participating in new business presentations.

  • You are responsible for providing project management services and client liaison for individual projects as necessary.

  • Conduct literature searches and background research for assigned projects.

  • Maintain and update files for scientific information and competitive data for assigned account(s).

Job Qualifications:

  • Advanced degree: PhD, PharmD, MD.

  • Previous medical writing experience in a Medical Communications agency.

Next Steps:

Please submit a copy of your resume and it will be reviewed thoroughly to determine further steps.

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