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Complete HealthVizion - UK

Associate Medical Writer

Complete HealthVizion is looking for an Associate Medical Writer to join their team. We are a global medical communications agency with an insatiable ambition to continually evolve and grow as a business. We are working in some of the most exciting areas of healthcare and are immensely proud of the life-changing work our team do.

Would you enjoy using your scientific and medical knowledge to communicate complex clinical information that ultimately helps patients?
If the answer is Yes! Compete HealthVizion could be your perfect agency, and you could be our perfect Associate Medical Writer.

Candidates should have a life sciences qualification (BSc, MSc or PhD), but equally important is an enthusiasm and natural aptitude for writing and a confidence in communicating with people.

As an Associate Medical Writer with Complete HealthVizion, you will be trained in medical writing and will enter our structured career development programme. This training will enable you to use your scientific expertise to create engaging medical communications, ranging from content for websites, manuscripts and posters to client-specific projects at the leading edge of digital delivery.

At Complete HealthVizion we provide long-term career choice that supports and encourages our scientific staff to progress and maximise their full potential. We offer a great benefits package and a strong commitment to investing in the continuous development of our people.

If you are passionate about excelling at your job and developing your career in a dynamic, team-orientated and award-winning medical communications agency, we welcome your application. Please click ‘Apply for this job’ below. If you would like to discuss the role further, please contact a member of human resources on 01625 624 000.

At McCann Health Medical Communications, we welcome applicants with disabilities. Please advise us of any support needs you have at interview stage.

Closing date for applications: 30 Nov 2019