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Type: Full Time | Location: Indianapolis, Indiana | Job Posted on: 10 May 2021
Medical Writer
About you:
• You have domain knowledge - knowledge of multiple therapeutic areas, regulatory/scientific guidelines, and key statistical concepts.
• You know your audience and excel at maintaining data integrity.
• You have excellent writing skills - logical and succinct with accurate data interpretation and representation.
• You establish clear objectives, organize ideas and embrace creativity.
• You conduct outstanding literature searches - using appropriate search strategy, keywords, and a variety of sources when researching journal articles, and medical research papers.
• You're able to perform content reviews, correctly interprets results, identify potential limitations, and discusses unexpected findings.
• Your interpersonal skills are well-honed verbal, nonverbal and listening skills for problem solving, negotiation and decision-making.
• You are sought out by others - highly organized, dedicated, respects metrics driven timelines and accountability for quality.
What You Can Expect Day-to-Day:
• You will generate content outlines that contain a clearly highlighted story arc and a complete reference list.
• We will rely on you to develop client-ready drafts of content in various forms (slide decks, executive and comprehensive summaries, and other meeting materials).
• We look forward to you organizing and annotating references in accordance with client’s directives or house style.
• We anticipate you will confer with the teams in the medical/legal/regulatory (MLR) review process, answering all queries from the MLR review committee, and understand and implement the required changes.
Minimum required:
• Advanced Science Degree (PharmD, MD, PhD)
Other Required:
• 0-3 years relevant experience for a Medical Writers; and 3+ years for a Sr. Medical Writer with communication agency experience and/or an in-depth knowledge of the criteria for development of various types of deliverables
• Proficiency in using Microsoft Word®, PowerPoint®, Excel®, Adobe Acrobat®, and reference-management software (eg, EndNote®)