Medical Writer

Full Time in MedComms
  • London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom View on Map
  • Salary: £35,000.00 - £45,000.00 / Annually

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Job Description

Medical Writer

Hybrid working – London/Bristol/Bournemouth

£35,000 – £45,000


We are pleased to be supporting one of our top clients in the search for a talented and ambitious medical writer. I am looking for someone who gets excited by the science, enjoys collaborating to create great content, and gets a buzz out of having an active and vocal role with clients and becoming a trusted extension of their team. You will be given the space and support to grow in your role, as well as the opportunity to expand your areas of expertise.


You will be responsible for creating and developing materials across a growing range of therapy areas and accounts, ultimately acting as a primary writer for allocated accounts. Typical activities will include research and content development for multiple projects, including: detail aids, websites, training materials, speaker slides decks, patient materials, advisory boards, promotional meetings, and internal communications.


The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years agency experience in medical or science writing, developing content for promotional or medical educational activities.



  • Research and write compelling content to support clients’ marketing objectives
  • Ensure all content is accurate, tailored to the audience, delivered on time, meets the brief, and is supported by credible references
  • Identify or create draft graphics, where needed, e.g. graphs, mode of action, anatomy, and work with the creative team on visual representation of these
  • Own the client approval process for materials, i.e. upload and annotation of references on Veeva PromoMats
  • Incorporate internal team and client feedback
  • Attend internal and client meetings, taking the lead on discussions on scientific content



  • 2–3 years medical writing experience within a healthcare communications agency
  • A creative and analytical mind, with a proven ability to interpret large amounts of information
  • Sound understanding of scientific/pharmacological principles
  • Ability to seek out, critique and interpret clinical/scientific data
  • Ability to participate in scientific discussions with internal teams and clients
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Good time management and ability to work to deadlines
  • Experience with pharma approval software systems desired (Veeva PromoMats)
  • Professional – having the ability to communicate with clients, KOLs and colleagues alike



  • 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays, birthday, Christmas period, and an additional day off in May
  • Pension
  • Private Health
  • Hybrid working – 3 days in the office (London, Bournemouth, Bristol)
  • Flexible working
  • Company events





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