Scientific Project Coordinator – Entry Level - Medical Communications Agency – Oxford, Oxfordshire– £25-30 + 16-21% bonus + incredible benefits package
An incredibly rare hybrid position combining the more common medical writer and account manager roles within medical communications, offering a MSc or PhD graduate the option to try both avenues, with full training, before progressing down their route of choice.
Offering the best start for an aspiring medical writer or scientific account manager, this agency are continuing to grow their hugely successful team
- COMMUNITY - A friendly, social environment with regular social events and onsite activities. The great culture is proven by their remarkable employee retention rate of employing 70 new people whilst only losing 5 over 5 years
- VARIETY – Get the best start in your med comms career by working across several accounts at any one time including a range of deliverables and therapy areas
- TRAINING – full support and training starting with a thorough 8 stage induction process, ongoing development, and quick progression opportunities recognising hard work
- EXPOSURE – What better training than gaining exposure working alongside Directors and the incredibly experienced senior leadership team
- BENEFITS - Bonus scheme (paid out 16-21% for the last four years), pension scheme, healthcare, 25 days annual leave raising to 30 days after 5 years’ service
As a Scientific Project Coordinator, you will be responsible for:
- Assisting with the development of scientific and editorial content (publications, slide decks, reports, training materials, posters, abstracts, websites, apps etc.)
- Project management duties
- Being a point of contact for clients
- Attending internal update meetings and join the wider team on onsite client meetings (symposia, advisory boards, congresses, client–agency meetings)
- Developing an understanding of key industry guidelines
To be considered for this Scientific Project Coordinator vacancy you will be able to demonstrate:
- PhD or MSc qualification - essential
- Passion for science and the desire to have a career in medical communications
- An understanding of what medical communications is
- Good communications skills – your role will involve contact with clients and HCPs
What should you do next?
This Scientific Project Coordinator vacancy will not be around for long, entry level jobs in medical communications are incredibly popular and are filled very quickly, so please ensure your CV is well written with no grammatical or spelling errors and be prepared to write a cover letter should you be shortlisted for the role.
Please submit your CV ASAP to ensure you don’t miss out.
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