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Scientific Project Co-ordinator - Helios Medical Communications - Entry Level - Cheshire



Business Type: Medical Communications Agency
Job Type: Medical Writing and Editorial, Project Management
Job Level: Entry Level
Position: Full Time
Salary: Competitive
Location: Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Oxfordshire
Reference: HMCSPCO16
Job Details:
Founded in 2015, Helios has grown from a single agency (Helios Medical Communications) into a large group (the Helios Global Group), comprising three separate medical communications
agencies: Helios, Selene and Apollo.

We now have offices in four locations (Alderley Park UK, central Manchester UK, Oxford UK  and Connecticut USA). In 2020, we ranked as the 17th fastest-growing UK company in the  Virgin Atlantic Sunday Times Fast Track 100. In 2021, we were announced as the winner of  the Alantra Pharma Fast 50 – the fastest-growing privately owned company in the Analytics, Insights and Communications category. We are looking for a PhD or MSc graduate to join our talented team as a Scientific Project Coordinator.

The core responsibility of a Scientific Project Coordinator is to provide effective administrative and project management support to account teams, and assist in the development of scientific/editorial content (medical writing). The focus of the role is more on the project management side of medical communications, providing support across various client accounts by developing and maintaining trackers and timelines, liaising with clients, external experts and suppliers in the delivery of projects, and referencing and data-checking scientific outputs, as well as attending client meetings and teleconferences, where required. You will also develop scientific content across a wide range of deliverables (eg publications, slide decks, training materials, etc.).

As a Scientific Project Coordinator at Helios, you will typically support two different accounts and/or clients to ensure a broad foundation in medical communications. Subsequent career development opportunities from this role include both the scientific project leading (account management) and medical writing aspects of medical communications.

What we are looking for: 

·  PhD (preferred) or MSc in a biological, biomedical, pharmacological or medical discipline. Chemistry graduates will only be considered if there is a strong biological or medical component to their degree
·  Excellent English language and grammatical skills
·  Excellent attention to detail
·  Effective teamwork
·  Excellent time management
·  Excellent problem-solving skills
·  Excellent communication skills 

Training and personal development are important parts of working at Helios. There is a lot to learn in the world of medical communications, so we offer core inductions and training to all new members. We also know that everyone learns in different ways and at different speeds, so our on-the-job training and development is bespoke to you. New training is offered on a one-to-one and ongoing basis, as needs arise. 

If you are looking for a rewarding career, where you can make a real difference, where no 2 days are the same and where you will be challenged and stretched in a dynamic yet supportive team environment, please send your CV and covering letter to recruitment@heliosglobalgroup.com


Posted: 16/06/2022 | NPJ Ref: 309601 | NPJ Original URL
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