This incredible CRO is a writing specialist organisation that will grant you the opportunity to not only utilise your extensive skillset, but also expand on it, as they offer the widest document exposure accompanied with the most innovative and up to date systems. The company has also been recognized as one of the top CRO’s in Global Health & Pharma’s international awards programs for the last three consecutive years.
At the heart of the company, a work– life balance and community atmosphere are of the utmost importance. This stems from a small team feel that will allow you to build strong relationships, as well as grant you the opportunity to make the role your own. They are a growing CRO, with a strong ethical culture, that focuses on quality evidenced by their 97% satisfaction rate.
As a Senior Medical Writer, you will need to be well versed in writing and editing clinical documents, including but not limited to, clinical protocols, investigator’s brochures, clinical study reports, subject consent forms, integrated safety and efficacy summaries, presentation materials and publications to medical journals. You will need to maintain timelines of writing assignments, show a high level of proficiency with styles of writing for various regulatory documents, whilst taking on responsibility for mentoring other medical writers and members of the project teams that are involved in the writing process.
- Gather, review, analyse and evaluate pertinent resources to prepare, develop, and finalize clinical documents.
- Provide medical editing review of draft and final documents prepared by other writers before internal or external distribution.
- Leadership role that represents the team on assigned projects.
- Build and maintain collaborative relationships with teams/clients for an efficient, productive, and professional working relationship.
- Meticulous, strong communicator with excellent attention to detail.
- Ability to produce high quality documents.
- Show an understanding of the necessary steps within a project, whilst identifying critical pathways.
- Ability to negotiate on behalf of medical writing to ensure resources, timelines and expectations are aligned.
- Experience in writing regulatory CTD modules 2.5 and 2.7
Location: (home– based anywhere in Europe)
Contract Length: 12months
This Role is an urgent need and So the processes for these roles are moving very quickly. So, if there is an interest, we will need to move fast to ensure you don’t miss out.
These positions will be snapped up, looking for individuals who are ambitious, positive and want to work in a growing and exciting team.
Do not miss out on this opening – apply below or contact Kush at Meet on 0203 0195957 or email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find out more about Kush & Meet at www.peoplewithchemistry.com
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