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Medical Communications Associate

Up to £25k | East of England/Home Counties, Cambridgeshire |  Client Services |  Permanent  | Ref:886573



Lewis Burne

Which team do you work in?

Healthcare Communications

Which area do you specialise in?

Medical Communications & Medical Education - roles include Medical Writers, Account Managers, Project Coordinators and Editoral Assistants. 

How do you keep up-to-date with the issues in your sector?

Attending events and meeting candidates and clients is a fantastic way of engaging with my sector and really getting to know people, companies and their motivations. This, alongside keeping up-to-date with MedComms Networking and PMLive articles. 

What's your favourite film and why?

I'm not the biggest of movie buffs but one of my favourites is Lars Von Trier's 'Dancer in the Dark'. It stars Bjork and I'm quite a big Bjork fan!

If you could invent one thing what would it be?

I would invent a mode of transport which is, essentially, a large rollercoaster. It would make my commute to work that bit more enjoyable.

What makes you #DistinctlyDifferent?

I try not to make assumptions on people and get to know everyone on an individual basis. 


The Role

Medical Communications Associate - Medical Communications Agency - Cambridgeshire - Up to £25k Dependant on experience


The Company

My client are an independent Medical Communications agency located near the scientific research hub of Cambridge. Through their 17 years, they have developed a bespoke and well-respected service to the Pharmaceutical industry, with teams dedicated to medical writing and editing, project management and strategic consultancy, to name a few.

  • Located near the scientific hub of Cambridge

  • A close-knit team of PhD graduates - some of the best in the industry

  • Well respected in the industry, offering bespoke services to client

  • A competitive package and great salaries on offer


The Role

This is a rare opportunity to gain 360 Medical Communications experience, working on all aspects of a project lifecycle, from editorial tasks and content creation, through to project management and client interaction.

  • Responsibilities in editing, researching, reference checking and project management

  • Variety of disease areas and project types

  • Personalised training - one-to-one mentorship from highly experienced team

  • Collaborative and friendly work environment



A fantastic role for a graduate looking for their lucrative first medical writing position!

  • Strong writing experience - publication authorship desirable

  • A good decision maker

  • Be engaging and collaborative

  • Strong life sciences background - PhD desirable


What should you do next?

This Medical Communications Executive job is a great role and won't be around for long! So don't delay. If you are unsure and need some advice, give me a ring, otherwise just click apply, upload your CV and send, it's really that easy!

Unless otherwise stated, if applying for a job within the European Union, you must ensure that you are already authorised to work there. Carrot Pharma Recruitment Ltd acts as an Employment Business and an Employment Agency on behalf of our client in recruitment for this role.

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