Current Vacancies

We are always on the lookout for talented new people with a proactive attitude and passion for exciting medical content.

Location: Central London
Type: Full-time, Permanent

The Company

Magdalen Medical Publishing (MMP) provides independent, open-access medical news and education to the online healthcare professional (HCP) community. MMP is dedicated to providing busy HCPs with trustworthy, cutting-edge updates in their field in an accessible manner across a range of digital platforms. We produce a wide variety of digital media content for our world-leading online video journals, which cover a range of pathologies including hematology, oncology and dementia. As part of our coverage of the latest updates, we attend around 60 medical congresses nationally and internationally each year.

The Role

MMP is seeking a Junior Editorial Executive to join the Video Journal of Neurology team, to support the development, maintenance and growth of our cutting-edge online video journal platforms. The ideal candidate is someone looking to start their career in digital medical publishing, and who is passionate about scientific content production right from its planning, through to its creation, publishing, promotion and impact analysis.

The successful candidate will have the following attributes:

• Undergraduate degree (or higher) in a Life Sciences subject, preferably Neuroscience.
• A passion for medical science and interest in the latest news in clinical research
• Experience writing scientific content
• Excellent writing and grammar, with great attention to detail
• Highly organised with good time-management skills
• A proactive attitude, ability to work efficiently independently
• Excellent communication skills
• Confident in the use of Microsoft Office platforms (Word, Office, Excel, PowerPoint) and other office software
• Keen to learn new digital skills, including video, podcast and article publishing, website management, newsletter creation, and social media channel marketing and management tools

Responsibilities

• Producing high-quality written scientific content – this includes copy for videos, podcasts, articles, tweets, newsletters and interview guides, among other content
• Publishing of digital content
• Proofreading materials to ensure they are accurate, meet our in-house style and are scientifically sound
• Supporting in the development and maintenance of editorial SOPs and guidelines
• Keeping MMP project folders, status reports and databases up to date, and updating the senior team on the progress of all projects on a regular basis
• Taking accurate notes in meetings and be distributing them to the internal team promptly
• Supporting congress attendance and coverage – this includes logistics, crew briefs, sourcing required information, liaising with experts, managing the interview schedule, and content planning, among other tasks
• Attending offsite congresses within the UK and abroad; interviewing HCPs
• Supporting the training and management of interns

You should note that your duties and responsibilities are likely to evolve, and that you may be required to undertake other duties from time to time as we may reasonably require. Employees receive 25 days annual leave in addition to bank holidays, as well as enrolment in the company pension plan.

To apply please email your CV, covering letter and salary expectations to careers@medicalpublishing.co.uk

Location: London
Type: Full-time Permanent

Magdalen Medical Publishing (MMP) provides independent, open-access medical news and education to the online healthcare professional (HCP) community. MMP is dedicated to providing busy healthcare professionals with trustworthy, cutting-edge updates in their field in an accessible manner across a range of digital platforms. We produce a wide variety of digital media content for our world-leading online video journals, which cover a range of diseases.

The Role

MMP is seeking a Grants Administrator to work within the Grants Team to seek funding for online educational projects and support expansion of knowledge in different disease areas.

The role offers varied, interesting and fast-paced work within a high-performing, stimulating and supportive environment. You will be working with the Senior Grants Administrator to research and administer grant submissions; research upcoming congresses in current and new disease areas; as well as research current phase III trials in each disease field to keep the team and website up to date.

Responsibilities

  • Research and identify grant opportunities for the family of journals
  • Write and administer grant submissions, ensuring that submissions are in accordance with the qualification criteria
  • Coordinate generation of additional information required for submissions from the editorial team
  • Research specific criteria, such as Moore’s Levels for CME, where there will be an impact on editorial practices.
  • Ensure financial flow for grants
  • Research current phase III trials in each disease field to keep the team and website up to date
  • Research up-and-coming influencers in each disease field to keep the team up to date for interviews
  • Plan and manage award entries

We are looking someone with a flexible can-do approach, self-motivation and a willingness to learn and able to take real ownership of your work.

The ideal candidate will have excellent research, organisational and prioritisation skills, with the ability to work on a variety of tasks at the same time whilst maintaining high standards, including coping with busy periods and tight deadlines. You will have a degree, excellent verbal and written communication skills, rigorous QA skills with high levels of accuracy and attention to detail and confidence in dealing with a wide variety of people. You will be proficient in Microsoft Office platforms (Word, Office, Excel, PowerPoint), social media platforms, databases in reporting and keen to learn new digital skills. Some previous experience applying for grants would be advantageous. Most of all, we are looking for someone with a flexible can-do approach, self-motivation and a willingness to learn.

Employees will receive 25 days annual leave in addition to bank holidays, as well as enrolment in the company pension plan. We are a friendly, sociable team, that celebrates and encourages individual as well as collaborative success.

 

Location: London
Type: Full-time Permanent

Magdalen Medical Publishing (MMP) provides independent, open-access medical news and education to the online healthcare professional (HCP) community. MMP is dedicated to providing busy healthcare professionals with trustworthy, cutting-edge updates in their field in an accessible manner across a range of digital platforms. We produce a wide variety of digital media content for our world-leading online video journals, which cover a range of diseases.

The Role

MMP is seeking a Junior Grants Administrator/ Research Assistant to work within the Grants Team to seek funding for online educational projects and support expansion of knowledge in different disease areas.

The role offers varied, interesting and fast-paced work within a high-performing, stimulating and supportive environment. You will be working with the Senior Grants Administrator to research and administer grant submissions; research upcoming congresses in current and new disease areas; as well as research current phase III trials in each disease field to keep the team and website up to date.

The ideal candidate will have excellent research, organisational and prioritisation skills, with the ability to work on a variety of tasks at the same time whilst maintaining high standards, including coping with busy periods and tight deadlines. You will have a life sciences degree, excellent verbal and written communication skills, rigorous QA skills with high levels of accuracy and attention to detail and confidence in dealing with a wide variety of people. You will be proficient in Microsoft Office platforms (Word, Office, Excel, PowerPoint), social media platforms, databases in reporting and keen to learn new digital skills. Previous experience applying for grants would be advantageous. Most of all, we are looking for someone with a flexible can-do approach, self-motivation and a willingness to learn.

Employees will receive 25 days annual leave in addition to bank holidays, as well as enrolment in the company pension plan. We are a friendly, sociable team, that celebrates and encourages individual as well as collaborative success.

To apply please email your CV, covering letter and salary expectations to careers@medicalpublishing.co.uk

Location: London (currently homeworking until government restrictions are reduced)
Type: Full-time, Part time, Permanent

Magdalen Medical Publishing (MMP) is an agile and fast-growing digital publisher of independent, open-access medical news and education for the online healthcare professional (HCP) community. MMP is dedicated to providing busy HCPs with trustworthy, cutting-edge updates in their field in an accessible manner across a range of digital platforms. We produce a wide variety of digital media content for our world-leading online video journals, which cover a range of pathologies including neurology and dementia, hematology, oncology and regenerative medicine.

The Role
MMP is seeking an experienced Medical Writer to join their expanding team to help maintain and grow MMP as an industry-leading digital publisher. This role will work directly with the Senior Medical Writer, Scientific Lead and Publishing Team across our portfolio of journals to develop written content our online communities and viewers.

Tasks and responsibilities

  • Research, scope and execute high-quality, accurate, timely content under the supervision of the Senior Medical Writer and Scientific Lead, across the full spectrum of digital medical education including video debates, online video articles and special features, IME and CME courses, podcast shows, congress interviewing, education via social media and virtual meetings
  • Review and approval of journal content to ensure scientific balance, accuracy, and relevance to our audience
  • Develop an understanding of the strategic communications process for each journal and identify optimal delivery of key educational themes
  • Develop a good level of understanding across the disease areas of our range of journals, keeping up to date with developments to ensure the most up to date content is developed
  • Ensure that all projects are delivered on time and within brief, and that all members of the internal and external team are kept up to date
  • Maintain excellent written and oral communication skills with internal stakeholders, KOLs, partners and suppliers when required
  • Work within the publishing, partnerships and MMP team as a whole
  • Some international travel to attend conferences may be required

The Candidate

  • Previous medical writing experience in digital publishing, medical journal publishing or medical communications (although other relevant experience would be considered)
  • Life sciences degree – BSc/MSc/PhD or equivalent qualifications considered
  • Expertise in hematological oncology, oncology, neurology or regenerative medicine is also preferable
  • Have a working knowledge of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) and Good Publishing Practice guidelines (GPP3)
  • Previous experience in working with world-leading key opinion leaders, interviewing at congresses and or education through social media would be beneficial, but not essential.
  • Excellent communication and analytical skills with the ability organize and manage multiple projects at once
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to work in a fast-paced, cutting-edge publishing environment
  • Most of all we are looking for someone who shares our passion and enthusiasm for excellence in communicating the latest scientific advances

The Benefits

The role is therefore varied and challenging and will involve working with a range of stakeholders and systems. You will be rewarded with a competitive salary and the chance to work in an enthusiastic and truly collaborative environment. You should note that your duties and responsibilities are likely to evolve and that you may be required to undertake other duties from time to time as we may reasonably require. Employees will receive 25 days annual leave in addition to bank holidays, as well as enrolment in the company pension plan

To apply please email your CV, covering letter and salary expectations to careers@medicalpublishing.co.uk

Do you have a passion for medical science and interest in keeping up-to-date with the latest news in clinical research? We want to hear from you! Magdalen Medical Publishing (MMP) welcomes speculative applications for editorial support as we continue to grow from those with the following attributes:

  • A Life Sciences degree
  • Passion for medical science and keeping up-to-date with the latest news
  • Experience in writing scientific content
  • Excellent writing and grammar skills
  • Highly organised with great attention to detail
  • A proactive attitude, able to work in a flexible working environment
  • Keen to learn new digital skills, including video production, and social media channel marketing and management tools

Just send over your CV and a letter of introduction to: internships@medicalpublishing.co.uk