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Contract Regulatory Medical Writer/pharma-home based

A pharmaceutical client of mine based in NY is seeking to hire a Senior/Principal level Regulatory Medical Writers to join them ASAP. This opening can be worked remotely/from home; however, you must be able to come to NY for required meetings.

Position: Senior Medical Writers/Regulatory Medical Writer/Contract Medical Writer

Contract length: ASAp- End of 2019, potential to renew

Location: work from home based/remote

Hours: 40 hours/week- EST hours

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Writing, editing, and reviewing of clinical documents including but not exclusive to
  • Investigator Brochures (IBs), protocol synopses, protocols (Phase 1-3), clinical study reports (CSRs), narratives, integrated safety and efficacy summary documents (ISS/ISEs), clinical portions of Investigational New Drugs (INDs), New Drug Applications (NDAs) and ANDAs, as well as the review and revision of SOPs.
  • Ensures document quality, compliance with SOPs and reviews clinical documents for consistency with company style guide, FDA, CTD, and other regulatory guidelines.
  • Collaborates with document project team members to establish timelines and priorities
  • Conducts document Kick-Off-Meetings (KOMs) and facilitates cross-functional document review meetings (e.g., Protocol Review Committee (PRC), CSR review meetings, etc.)
  • Participates in process improvements and enhancement of templates for the medical writing function.
  • Contributes to establishing vendor requirements for medical writing needs. Serves in an oversight capacity for outsourced medical writing deliverables.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Education:

· PhD degree preferred in a scientifically-related area. Master's degree required. If no Master's degree, equivalent work experience will be considered.

Preferred Skills/Qualifications:

· Knowledge of FDA Pharmaceutical Guidelines and Common Technical Document (CTD) format

· Experience in assembling scientifically complex data or information to develop documents such as a clinical trial final study report, clinical trial protocol, or other specific document for regulatory submission.

Additional Skills/Competencies:

· Excellent oral and written communication skills along with ability to listen effectively to others

· Skilled in problem identification and solving, including ability to negotiate and influence

· Previous experience in the participation and preparation of clinical documents for regulatory submission (e.g. clinical protocols, INDs) is a must

· Proficient in the MS Office Suite with expertise in MS Word and prior experience using and Adobe Acrobat and SharePoint. Experience with MS Project is preferred.

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