Medical Writer

Job description

Source was founded in 2016 by Directors Juliet Mumby-Croft and David Trueman, and is now a team of 14 health economists, systematic reviewers, medical writers and a statistician, with offices in central London and Oxford. Given the team’s established track record and contacts within the industry, Source is a busy and growing consultancy.

The Directors founded Source to provide clients with technical excellence in modelling and data analysis, deliverables that are transparent and accessible, and a partnership approach to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients and patients.

This role is based in Oxford.

Why work with us?

We are a small company that offers a friendly and informal working environment. We offer fantastic opportunities to develop your career with us. You will receive full support, mentoring and guidance with opportunity for career development.

Job-type

Full-time 

Role and responsibilities

  • Provide a medical writing resource to the other technical specialists

  • Planning and writing of market access documents and journal articles

  • Timely delivery of writing deliverables

  • Bespoke research on healthcare interventions and therapeutic areas

  • Analysing clinical studies

  • Proofreading and editing of written material

  • Telephone, email and in-person liaison with co-authors and clients

Requirements

  • At least 12 months’ experience as an Associate/Trainee Medical Writer in an agency environment

  • A PhD in a relevant scientific subject

  • Excellent communication (written and verbal) and organisational skills

  • Attention to detail

  • Good writing and proofreading skills

  • A proactive approach

  • Ability to understand clinical data and to grasp new therapeutic areas quickly

  • Skilled in Microsoft Word, and proficient at Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel

 

The package

Competitive salary and benefits package.

Apply

Please email your CV to Deb Burford, Head of Medical Writing at dburford@source-he.com.

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