Assistant Manager Publications Scientist

Company Name:
Opus Scientific
Assistant Manager Publications Scientist Westchester, NY
Opus Scientific has a great opportunity for an organized, self-motivated professional to work at a fast-paced, award winning Biotechnology Company. Utilize your strong background to manage the planning and execution of scientific publications. Oversee multiple departments to ensure timely and accurate project completion.
Manage development of publications plans
Organize meetings of planning and review teams to draft scientific objectives, prioritize and create or revise publication plans
Research therapeutic products to incorporate to publication projects
Oversee and manage writing projects
Provide medical writing, editorial and submission support for authors
Maintain publications software system
Monitor and review the publication process
Bachelors degree in scientific, medical or clinical discipline required
Advanced degree (MD, PhD or Masters or PharmD) preferred
Minimum of 2 years of medical writing, medical communications or publication planning experience for the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industries
Strong writing skills as related to scientific publications
Therapeutic experience; knowledge of neurology preferred
Strong working knowledge of ICMJE and GPP2 industry guidelines
In-depth knowledge of the structural and content requirements of scientific manuscripts, clinical study reports and protocols
MS Office Suite
Datavision software system preferred
Certified Medical Publications Professional (CMPP) preferred
Salary: Commensurate with experience
If you meet the qualifications and are interested in hearing more about this opportunity, please submit your resume to and include Assistant Manager- Publications Scientist as the email subject line.

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