One of the most irritating issues for Regulatory Writers searching for their next role is home-working. Many companies say they will consider home-working, but when pushed the majority will recoil. We are currently recruiting for a client that understands the market and knows that for the top candidates they have to be flexible. As such we have a role for a home-based Regulatory Writer, with only quarterly visits to the office required.
This role centres on the writing and reviewing of regulatory documents such as Clinical Study Reports (for all phases) and CTDs, as well as other documentation as and when required. As this company is a specialist consultancy there will also be occasions where you will travel to the clients of the company to advise on best practice in the area of regulatory writing. If you were to be based in-house you would be actively involved in the mentoring of junior writers (this aspect will not be possible if one was fully home-based). Overall, this role is unique as very few companies truly deliver on their promise of full home-based working. If you''re an experienced writer and are (or can be) located in the United Kingdom.
In order to be considered for this opportunity it will be necessary for you to have experience operating as a Medical Writer, with experience writing CSRs for more than one clinical phase. You will have a life sciences degree. Additionally, if you require home-based working then previous experience operating in this manner would be beneficial.
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 via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.