Opening For Associate Medical Writer: UK

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Amar Annamalai
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Opening For Associate Medical Writer: UK

Complete Medical is a leading global medical communications agency based in the UK and US. We work with global and domestic teams from many leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and provide a positive working environment for our staff.
We are recruiting Associate Medical Writers in our Macclesfield and Glasgow offices to work on a variety of medical communications materials from print to online media, publications to international scientific meetings. You will develop the ability to produce a range of high quality written communications outputs by objectively evaluating scientific literature, working in accordance with the needs of the client, target audience, target publication medium and level of design/creativity.
We are looking to recruit enthusiastic individuals with a life sciences qualification (ideally to PhD level but this is not essential) and a natural aptitude for writing. The ideal candidates will have excellent communications skills and will be confident in liaising with colleagues and clients. The successful candidates will be trained in medical writing and will enter our structured career development programme.
Medical communications is a highly rewarding career - we work on cutting-edge medicines that can really make a difference to patients’ lives by developing exciting and educational communications based on the scientific evidence.
Our highly skilled teams reflect our continuing commitment to being an employer of choice as well as a provider of choice. This is demonstrated in our Investors in People award, which we have held for over ten years. Ultimately, whoever you are, whatever difference you can make to our business, our aim is to provide you with a career, not just a job.
If you are interested in this role, If you would like to discuss the role further, please contact Judith Hammersley, HR Business Partner on 01625 624 240.
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