LCCI Editor – Medical Affairs @ Eli Lilly

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Primary Responsibilities: 

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§Copyedit of promotional and medical (non-promotional) materials

  • Thorough understanding of Lilly’s quality requirements and processes (ie, CIQ and MCA requirements) and applying these guidelines during the review process
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams such as Marketing, Medical teams, etc. during the review, approval, and management of content, including attending review meetings as and when required
  • Validate content is aligned to CIQ and MCA requirements, ensuring consistency across related materials
  • Review materials following provided style guides, templates, and against a checklist
  • General knowledge of scientific literature search and retrieval
  • Proofread or copyedit assigned deliverables to meet quality standards, independently
  • Review/proofread the usage of language, grammar, style, spelling, grammar, and consistency to ensure readability of the document
  • Identify and fix flaws in logic and flow
  • Review the reference list for compliance to AMA Manual of Style/brand style
  • Expertise in tools and platforms such as Veeva Vault, project planning software (e.g., Wrike, MS Project), etc.

§Ensure quality, speed, value, and compliance throughout the review process

  • Support and adhere to organizational project management best practices
  • Responsible and accountable for completing the assigned tasks by:
  • Uphold Lilly procedures and processes
  • Review and approve materials in a timely manner
  • Determine corrective actions to eliminate recurring issues
  • Liaising with CIQ/MCA Lead and Operations teams in tracking and managing deviations
  • Partner effectively with cross-functional colleagues and facilitate shared-learning forums to establish best practices and identify challenges across teams
  • Adhere to best practices based on Lilly internal standards
  • Identify ways to continuously improve processes

Minimum Qualification Requirements: 

  • 2-4 years of experience as an editor, copyeditor, or proofreader of promotional and medical (non-promotional) content for publishing, marketing, communications, or advertising agencies, or pharmaceutical industry.
  • Familiarity with various style guides including AMA Manual of Style/Chicago Manual of Style
  • Must have good understanding of scientific/medical terminologies
  • Demonstrated initiative and ability to influence, collaborate, and work on cross-functional teams and ability to make decisions within scope of responsibility
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritize and handle multiple concurrent tasks with strong attention to detail, critical thinking, and analytical ability
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work well independently or as part of a team, within and across culturally and geographically diverse environments

Additional Preferences:

  • In-depth familiarity with the US CIQ/MCA framework, procedures, processes, and tools like Veeva Vault, project planning software (e.g., Wrike, MS Project), etc.
  • Experience reviewing/writing Medical Affairs communications deliverables (slide decks, patient, or HCP materials, etc.)
  • Knowledge and experience specific to clinical pharmacology, therapeutic areas such as neuroscience, oncology, cardiovascular, immunology or endocrinology, or other medical and scientific fields

Educational Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a scientific, health, communications, technology health-related fields

Benefits:
Experience Level: Mid-Senior
Work From: Onsite

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