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Experienced Medical Writer

SFL Regulatory Affairs & Scientific Communication GmbH

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Experienced Medical Writer

Experienced Medical Writer

SFL Regulatory Affairs & Scientific Communication (SFL) is a dynamic and expanding consulting company providing integrated solutions to the pharma and medtech sectors for products from the bench to the marketplace within one consultancy. The SFL team works from offices in Basel, Brussels and London, Europe’s key locations for healthcare products development.

We have a vacant position for an experienced Medical Writer for both medical affairs as well as regulatory writing projects. We are looking for a client- and solution-oriented individual with a good scientific background as well as excellent English writing and computer skills.

You will be responsible for

- Writing-up specific medical reports and regulatory documentations

- Preparation of documents and materials for medical communication programs

- Ensuring that all documents are well-organized, accurate in content and language, consistent with the pre-defined project objectives, and in compliance with applicable regulations.

You have a degree in natural sciences, with excellent written and verbal English communication skills (preferably native English speaker). Previous non-academic medical writing experience in the life science industry or a consultancy of at least 2-3 years is a must.

Suitable applicants will be individuals who take pride in delivering work of a high standard to tight deadlines and who thrive on working as part of a successful team.

Location: Switzerland or UK

If you are interested in this position and fulfill the above mentioned requirements, please send your application with references and ideally sample(s) of your prior work only via email to office@sfl-services.com. Phone calls or paper applications will not be considered. Due to regulations, applicants from non-EU/EFTA countries require a copy of a valid Swiss work permit.