Contract Scientific Editor in Cambridge, Massachusetts at AccruePartners

Date Posted: 10/18/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

AccruePartners values our contract and consulting employees. We offer a competitive benefits package to meet the diverse needs of all of our contractor and consulting employees and their family members. Here is a listing of what our company offers: 401(k) Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, Medical and Prescription Drug, Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance. 

THE TEAM YOU WILL BE JOINING:

  • Industry-leading, bio-pharmaceutical company, listed top 40 of Global Innovation
  • Innovator in scientific breakthroughs and has been at the frontier each decade
  • Vision and passion around revolutions in biology for human health
  • Committed to their team, discovery, a sense of urgency, open culture, and best in class performance

WHAT THEY OFFER YOU:

  • Be a part of a committed and most forward-thinking team in their field
  • Work alongside a diverse and culturally aware environment with opportunities for employee development and networking
  • Year-round employee wellness programs and extensive employee health/safety programming
  • Community events that promote education, learning, and wellness along with arts and cultural institutions
  • Opportunity to collaborate on company-wide community service days and volunteerism

WHERE THIS POSITION IS LOCATED:

  • Cambridge, MA

WHY THIS ROLE IS IMPORTANT:

  • Perform Quality Control review (data verification) for both Module 2 and Module 4 nonclinical documentation
  • Write, edit nonclinical study protocols, reports, and summary document sections checking for grammar, consistency, style, and clarity
  • Develop, communicate, and ensure adherence to project timelines, internal and external style guides, and content-rich templates
  • Create / QC nonclinical written and tabulated summaries
  • Coordinate the nonclinical components (timeline, population, reviews, revisions) on projects of narrow scope (eg, annual regulatory updates)
  • Represent the nonclinical function on cross-functional submission working group meetings
  • Maintain Endnote Literature Reference database
  • Independently assess gaps and identify inconsistencies within and across documentation and submissions, based on internal style guides and regulatory agency requirements. Independently propose solutions to address gaps and inconsistencies.
  • Review draft manuscripts

THE BACKGROUND THAT FITS:

  • Experience with drug development, scientific editing/writing or publications preferred
  • Ability to work independently to resolve issues and inform manager of resolution
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including presentation and facilitation skills
  • Ability to meet strict deadlines and multitask in a fast-paced team environment
  • Proficiency in MS Office; experience using electronic document management systems