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Covering the following locations: London East, London East Central, London North, London North West, London South East, London South West, London West, London West Central

Editorial Assistant / Medical Editor

Editorial Assistant / Medical Editor needed to join a unique full service med comms agency based in London.

An award winning Medical Communications company, who have continued to grow despite these turbulent times, are now looking to expand their writing team with a Editorial Assistant or Medical Editor
This agency specialises in delivering high quality medical communications to the pharmaceutical industry.

They have built a dynamic team culture that nurtures and invests in their people.
They truly believe in flexibility and a strong life/work balance, with a strong focus on helping employees grow professionally and as individuals and offer a 4 day working week as standard.

They offer a great benefits package with excellent work/home life flexibility:
-/ 4-day working week with full pay.
-/ Competitive Salary,
-/ 26 days holiday increasing with service,
-/ Flexible working,
-/ Duvet days,
-/ Birthday lie-in,
-/ Season ticket loan.
-/Employee owned
-/Mental Health employee support programme

They are keen to secure someone who can attend the offices twice a week. Offices are in North West London.

The ideal candidate will have around 1-2 years medical editing experience , gained from an agency or another medical content setting.

For more information, please get in touch with holly@zenopa.com <mailto:holly@zenopa.com>




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* Salary Guide
£25-32k
London
Job Ref: 67389

Holly Haynes

HealthcareComms Team Lead

holly@zenopa.com 01494 818 010

Why Zenopa?


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