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Associate Medical Director

£65K + bens and perks | South East, Berkshire |  Editorial |  Permanent  | Ref:888490

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Louise Lavelle

Which team do you work in?
Healthcare Communications

Which area do you specialise in?
I look after the Medical Education and Medical Communications roles such as medical writers and account managers.

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

Following companies and people of interest on LinkedIn, reading updates on MedCommsnetworking and PMLive, and catching up on relevant news on the "health" section of news websites. 

What's your favourite film and why?
I don't really watch films. Does Corrie count??

If you could invent one thing what would it be?
A chocolate-making machine that would be a normal household object to be used daily, like a toaster. 

What makes you #DistinctlyDifferent?
I treat people as people, and not commodities. The recruitment process can be stressful and I am constantly mindful of peoples' feelings and overall goals. 

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The Role

Associate Medical Director - Global Healthcare Communications - Berkshire - £65K + bens and perks

Join a global healthcare communications team as Associate Medical Director to provide scientific leadership across a range of medical communications offerings, including medical affairs and education (scientific publications, advisory boards, educational symposia, market access materials, MSL support and medical information), promotional and patient support initiatives.

 

The Company

Award winning company with a proven track record of developing or commercialising best-selling products.

  • Great opportunities for a career in innovative clinical research

  • Industry leading clients across healthcare and biopharma companies

  • Highly collaborative multidisciplinary teams

  • Accounts are pam-European, US and UK

 

The Role

Associate Medical Director on the global healthcare communications team of this forward thinking and innovative Clinical Research Organisation in Berkshire.

  • Provide strategic direction and team leadership across large multi-faceted communication programmes, working with colleagues specialising in medical affairs, commercialisation, market access and real-world insights.

  • Direct the development of high-quality, full-service communication activities and materials.

  • Lead meetings with stakeholders, facilitate workshops and expert advisory meetings.

  • Scientific and clinical expert in the development of proposals and pitches.

  • Therapy areas include rare diseases, immunology, nephrology and Osteoporosis.

  • Main deliverables are medical education content and congress activity (symposia and booths), patient engagement, adherence and support programmes, publications, joint working initiatives with the NHS and Educational grants.

 

You

From a medical writing background, you will enjoy involvement in client strategy and the leadership of a medical team.

  • Experience across a variety of medical communications solutions for a range of audiences, to include publication planning, symposium and exhibition materials, educational and training aids, pitch presentations and promotional materials.

  • Able to coach, support and provide direction to the team

  • Monitor outputs, ensure quality, compliance, appropriateness and profitability.

  • Familiarity with research tools and approaches, such as reference management and publication planning databases.

 

What should you do next?

This Associate Medical Director role is one not to be missed; it encompasses the opportunity to develop client strategy and lead the team of medical writers. To discuss further, please submit your current CV.

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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