Manhattan, New York
A scientific communications associate is responsible to assist in the development of strategy, messaging and content review for various clients.
Review of scientific content of medical education tactics to ensure scientific rigor and accuracy;
Attend national congresses in selected therapeutic areas and compile Executive Summaries/Reports;
Interact with Key Opinion Leaders in multiple therapeutic categories to determine strategy and messaging for selected product classes;
Assist in identifying medical education opportunities for various existing clients and new clients and assist in coordinating and overseeing messaging communications platform;
Assist in the strategy and development of CME content for our Conference Division of McMahon Publishing Group;
Assist in developing medical education content;
Manage freelancers and internal staff writers as appropriate.
Provide appropriate level of research for key business proposals as determined by management;
Accompany sales team in client sale platform;
Assist in strategic development of scientific content for projects in identified areas;
Assist the Director of Scientific Communications as needed.
The Scientific Communications Associate will report to the Director of Scientific Communications. In this role, the Scientific Communications Associate will not have any direct reports.
A bachelor’s degree is required. An advanced degree in science or business is preferred.
Three to five years of relevant job experience and experience in a healthcare communications arena is preferred.
Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org