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mXm Limited
Hybrid - Tonbridge, Kent + WFH
Competitive + benefits
Start date
5 Jun 2024
Closing date
25 Jun 2024

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Medical Communications, Editorial, Medical Writing
Full Time
Contract Type
Experience Level

Established in 2000, mXm is an award-winning medical communications agency, with a strong client list of international blue-chip healthcare companies. 

As part of a programme of planned expansion of our Editorial department, we are now seeking to recruit an Associate Medical Writer.


As an Associate Medical Writer your role will include:

  • Developing the highest quality scientific content for a broad range of projects, including manuscripts, abstracts/posters, congress materials and meeting reports, often under tight time pressures
  • Participating in conferences and external meetings as required
  • Ensuring any client communications are carried out in a high quality and timely manner
  • Assisting with other aspects of project work as required, as part of the overall mXm team

Desired background and skills

We are looking for high calibre life sciences graduates in order to maintain our strong reputation for excellence. The individual must have the following skills and qualifications:

  • Educated to at least degree level in life sciences or pharmacy, with a postgraduate qualification
  • The ability to rapidly get to grips with any therapy area
  • A strong aptitude for writing and a keenness to learn and develop in a professional medical writing role
  • Strong attention to detail to ensure content meets mXm’s stringent quality standards in terms of scientific accuracy, style and consistency, and fully in line with agreed client’s brief
  • Strong interpersonal, communications and presentation skills
  • A proactive, positive, energetic and self-motivated attitude
  • A considerate, empathetic approach to getting the best from both clients and mXm team members

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