The Clinical Development team is looking for an agile, self-motivated, and experienced individual to serve as a medical writer to support clinical project teams to meet their clinical document deliverables. Plans and coordinates timelines to ensure timely completion of clinical writing projects. The successful candidate will be detailed oriented, self-directed and with the ability to be flexible and manage workload to meet project timelines. This role will be for six months.
location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
job type: Contract
salary: $62.42 - 73.43 per hour
work hours: 9 to 5
- Serve as the medical writer contributing to a variety of clinical documents for clinical and regulatory purposes, including clinical protocols, clinical study reports, investigator brochures, and regulatory submissions including briefing books
- Coordinate the efforts of cross-functional teams to produce high-quality, scientifically accurate documents.
- Provide support for QC of complex clinical documents
- Manage timelines and communicate with team stake holders to maintain awareness of expectations, milestones, and deliverables.
- May include participation in initiatives such as document templates, writing style guide, and support for document reviewing/authoring tools
- Minimum of Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in scientific or medical discipline; Advanced degree preferred
- Minimum of four years medical writing experience
- Excellent written communication skills and attention to detail related to consistency, grammar, syntax, and accuracy
- Experience producing high quality clinical documents
- Basic project management and organizational skills
- Strong organizational/prioritization skills for the management of multiple concurrent projects
- Demonstrated proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation software (MS Office skills such as Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePoint) and experience and skill performing medical literature searches
- Successful candidate will be curious in exploring new path for clinical research, bold in proposing creative solutions and ideas. Will work collaboratively with multi-functional teams and partners and will be relentless in pursuing successful outcomes
skills: Editing, GCP (Good Clinical Practice)
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