Senior Medical Writer, Healthcare Advertising

Employer
Rbw Consulting Limited
Location
Central London, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
14 Oct 2020

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Sector
Marketing & PR
Contract Type
Permanent
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A successful and highly regarded healthcare communications agency is looking for a senior medical writer to join their fantastic team in central London.

With a highly creative, multi-channel approach to brand communications, this brilliant, mid-size agency has established itself as a valued strategic partner to many top pharma clients and has seen no downturn in demand, with several new business wins in recent months.

In this role you'll use your scientific expertise to translate clinical data into engaging copy. Working closely with a talented group of writers and creatives, you will cover a variety of writing projects for high profile campaigns, developing both highly scientific and conceptual content across a range of materials.

As scientific lead for allocated brands, you'll provide council to clients, help to develop creative concepts, and present your work and ideas at client meetings and pitches.

With lots of interesting work and a lively, collaborative culture, this is an enjoyable company to work for.

To be considered for this role you will need a minimum of 3-4 years medical writing experience in a healthcare communications agency setting. Ideally you will have worked on promotional campaigns, although a med comms writer with a flair for the creative could also be well-suited.

You should also be educated to at least degree level in a scientific discipline (higher level qualifications advantageous).
For more information please call Rebecca Evans, Senior Healthcare Communications Consultant on +44 (O)1293 584 300 or email Rebecca.Evans @rbwconsulting .com
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