Medical Editor
Omnicom Health Group
London, UK
19h ago

Overview

TBWA WH is looking for a Medical Editor to join our thriving medical team.

You’ll be working across huge blockbusters and teeny niche products, to help us produce better content for our clients. Around 70% of our accounts are global, strong in creative and

Disruptive® strategy.

TBWA WH London has had a good year. We’ve seen continued strong growth in a difficult climate and are set to grow again this year.

Combined with a commitment to training and development within a supportive, friendly environment, we offer great career development opportunities.

We work across oncology, neurology, rare diseases, rheumatology and inflammatory disease and haematology, plus a few more.

With a genuine focus on quality and a real investment in training, we have a great personal development program - and with large global accounts, we can accommodate a wide-range of disciplines / job functions.

As a Medical Editor you will uphold process and templates / styles across accounts. You’ll be responsible for maintaining standards of language, style and layout, working with other teams (Scientific / Creative / Client services) to produce accurate, consistent materials to deadline and specification.

As to the actual materials, it’s pretty broad. We do the usual med comms tactics like detail aids, leave pieces and congresses, but also do a lot of video, social and patient work.

We’re not med ed so there won’t be any publications, but you can flex your creative muscles as far as you like.

You will report to the Head of medical and part of the medical team (at present there are seven of us, you’ll make eight).

There is no expectation of significant travel with this role.

Skills and abilities

  • Excellent English language skills and ability to adapt editing style to different materials, target audiences and therapy areas
  • Robust familiarity with Microsoft Office applications
  • Adept at communicating clearly and working effectively, collaborating with colleagues and teams both in the same office and in other offices
  • Experience of online referencing and content management is a huge plus (i.e. Veeva Promomats)
  • Qualifications and experience

  • Degree-educated in science, English or related subject
  • Medical communications agency experience strongly preferred
  • 2+ years of experience of medical editing and day-to-day involvement with detailed QC checks or equivalent experience
  • Character and personal qualities

  • Positive
  • Enthusiastic and committed to delivering quality and exceeding expectations
  • Highly organized and methodical, with a keen eye for detail
  • Good negotiation and communication skills
  • Versatile; able to apply skills across a range of therapy areas and materials
  • Shows initatiave and is comfortable working independently
  • Omnicom Health Group is committed to hiring and developing exceptional talent. We agree that talent is equally distributed, and we’re focused on developing diverse teams that can bring the best solutions to everything we do.

    We strongly believe that celebrating what makes us different makes us better together. Join us we look forward to getting to know you

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