Our client is a growing medical education agency who are seeking and Editorial Assistant to support their editorial team based in their Buckinghamshire offices.
The role will involve editing and proofing content of medical education materials including: slide decks, patient and HCP materials, digital media (websites, webinars), meeting materials (agendas, invitations, delegate booklets), advisory board reports and publications (supplements/reviews) and preparing medical education materials for client compliance processes including: checking that materials are fully and accurately referenced, marking up reference materials, uploading content and references onto Zinc and managing comments within the Zinc approval process.
This is an excellent opportunity to gain your first experience in a medical communications environment and the role may develop into a medical writing position – although this is an entry level role, our client is seeking some practical editorial experience. In addition to an excellent salary you can expect 25 days holiday, pension, healthcare and bonus.
Responsible for content editing, proofing, Zinc approval processes (from uploading through to final approval) and editorial quality of assigned projects
Work to agreed project timelines – proactive communication to programme leads to advise on any change in plan
Regularly review and update project progress with team
Ensure all materials are edited for clear presentation, data accuracy, accurate referencing, clarity and consistency of language
Ensure that all materials meet Agency and Client quality standards
Attendance at internal planning and briefing meetings
Familiarity with agreed project specification and budget/hours allocated to editing/approval tasks
Inform team of any areas of potential over-spend/increase in hours required for delivery
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Life Science degree and higher degree (MSc or PhD)
Strong capability for editing and proofing medical education materials to ensure consistent format and language
Some practical editorial working experience
Attention to detail and accuracy
Good planning and organisational skills
Develop understanding of the Zinc approval processes for each client
Develop understanding of the development process for medical education materials, including industry standards for working with external speakers/authors and internal review and approval processes
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