We are currently working with a specialist pharmaceutical development company that is looking to bring in an experienced medical writer to their offices in Central London. With the vast majority of regulatory medical writing roles being based in companies to the west of London, this is a great opportunity for someone living centrally to cut down their commute significantly and having a better work life balance, whilst also enjoying a broad and enjoyable role.
In this role you will write a range of clinical and regulatory documentation including CSRs, protocols, CTD modules 2.5 and 2.7 as well as occasional IBs and some safety documents. You will review the work of others and provide general writing support where necessary. There may well be opportunity to also get involved in writing primary manuscripts for publication, but it should be stressed that this is first and foremost a regulatory writing opportunity. The company in question is based in Central London, very close to a tube station and also close to two major London overground stations. So overall, this role is great option for an experienced medical writer that would like to work with a London-based company, rather than commute out to the home counties every day.
To be considered for this role it will be necessary to have a background in writing clinical protocols and CSRs. Candidates from a med comms background may also be considered.
For a confidential discussion and to find out more information about this role, or simply to find out more about opportunities available to you within this area, please contact Matthew McGinley on 0207 940 2101 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.