Medical Writer

Job Location
2845 Niel

Multiplicom  offers  a  competitive  compensation  and  benefits  package,  and  strong  leadership commitment to individual learning and personal development in an entrepreneurial environment.

Job Description

As Medical Writer you are responsible for developing clinical, regulatory and educational documents such as clinical study reports, protocols, abstracts, manuscripts, posters, presentations and press releases.

The development process includes writing, interpreting and summarizing clinical and non-clinical data, compiling information, and ensuring delivery within timelines.

You develop content that meets the stated objectives of the project, is scientifically and medically accurate; and follows house style guides and procedures.

You work closely with R&D and sales teams in order to deliver high-quality documents. 

  • 2 - 3 years of medical writing experience
  • Excellent standard of written English, and ability to communicate fluently and effectively in English, both in writing and verbally
  • Careful attention to detail and accuracy
  • Flexible/willing to adapt to changing deadlines and priorities
  • Excellent oral communication skills with team members, as well as strong listening and analytical skills
  • Ability to quickly learn new scientific/marketing subject matter and correctly interpret scientific data
  • Background in life science is a plus
About Our Organization

Multiplicom N.V. is the leading Belgian biotech company focused on human molecular diagnostics. The company develops, manufactures and commercializes molecular diagnostic assays that are provided as ready-to-use kits. These enable clinical laboratories to perform cost-effective massively parallel sequencing (MPS)-based testing. 

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