Chameleon is looking for a Medical Writer to join our London teams to help us meet the challenge of our current success and realise the potential of our rapidly growing business.
We have always had a flexible approach to working, as we know how important work life balance is. We are happy to consider home working, flexible hours and part time arrangements. We are very well placed to support our teams, working from home, with a great IT set up and an inclusive working environment, our people can be based anywhere in the UK. We offer opportunities to work on blockbuster and niche products, on publications accounts and innovative educational programmes. Our global accounts involve close strategic partnerships with our clients, providing excellent opportunities for writers interested in developing their skills in strategy and client counsel. Chameleon’s continued strong growth, combined with a commitment to training and development within a supportive environment, offers unrivaled career development opportunities.
The work we do is rewarding and we actually see how it positively affects people, in real time, with our ‘Work with a Purpose' Patient Webinars. This is where we get to meet real patients, who tell us their story and how medical communications has helped them along the way. Having long standing trusted strategic partnerships with most of the leading pharmaceutical companies, we work in therapy areas such as Oncology, Rare Diseases, Ophthalmology, Diabetes and Cardiovascular – to name a few. 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.
Skills and Abilities
Excellent technical and medical writing skills under pressure
Ability to provide critical, constructive and timely review of material
Willingness to mentor more junior colleagues
Organisational skills and time management
Working to timelines and within budgets
Qualifications and experience
Degree (2:1 or better) in a biological or medically related subject, preference for higher degree
Usually at least 12 months writing experience in a medical communications agency or equivalent
Good working knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry and medical communications
Up-to-date knowledge of key compliance guidelines and documentation
Well-trained in all forms of medical communications and education
Good PowerPoint, Word, Excel and Reference Manager/Endnote skills
Character and personal qualities
Good team player
Patient, calm, independent and reactive
Enthusiastic and entrepreneurial
Well organised and with good time-management
Great eye for detail
Keen to mentor and develop others
Able to work independently, to lead where appropriate on certain projects, and to work and interact as part of the team
Able to identify and act on business development opportunities
Chameleon Communications International partners with many of the major top 20 pharmaceutical clients to create the scientific foundation and clinical communications that support the successful development and launch of their brands. We work across a range of media including journals, congresses, and digital formats. Our work spans the globe across Europe, Asia Pacific, North and South America. Chameleon received the Queen’s Award for International Trade in 2010
With over 200 people working in New York, New Jersey, Los Angeles, London and Manchester, Chameleon is a member of the Healthcare Consultancy Group (HCG), a global company in the Omnicom Group of independently managed healthcare communications companies dedicated to delivering accurate, strategic, and compelling scientific communications to the full range of stakeholders, including physicians, allied healthcare professionals, payers, patients, and caregivers.
The companies within HCG are Equal Opportunity Employers. All applicants will be considered without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, age, national origin, citizenship status, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status or any category or class of person protected by law.
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