• Junior Medical Content Editor

    Job ID
    US-NY-New York
    CDM New York
  • Overview


    Junior Medical Content Editor - Pharmaceutical Advertising


    The Junior Medical Content Editor assists Copywriters in submissions to client review committees, and Medical Content Editors by reviewing manuscripts, layouts, and digital builds (eg, websites). Editorial tasks include proofreading, word-for-word reads, fact checks, correction checks, and cold reads, depending on what stage the job is in and according to the Agency Job Flow Process.


    Primary Job Responsibilities:

    • Tag and link submissions on a variety of client content management platforms, including Veeva Vault and Zinc MAPS
    • Edit copy according to agency and client style, and FDA regulations
    • Edit all manuscripts for grammar, punctuation, spelling, AMA style, client Style
    • Edit all layouts for agreement with latest manuscript or with approved copy from Client
    • Fact check all annotations against reference cited in manuscripts and layouts for accuracy
    • Order references when requested by Copy or Account Services
    • Ensure each job is reviewed at each stage according to Agency Job Flow Procedures
    • Assist lead brand editors on maintaining style sheets
    • Attend assigned product status and start up meetings when requested


    Additional Responsibilities:

    • Demonstrate ability to set priorities while handling multiple projects
    • Project professional, positive attitude toward all agency members and clients
    • Strive to develop in-depth knowledge of assigned product brands
    • Uphold agency quality standards in servicing the client
    • Assist other members of department as needed when workload allows
    • Develop knowledge of client processes/procedures for all submissions



    • College degree preferred
    • Superior proofreading skills
    • An excellent grasp of grammar
    • Ability to follow instructions
    • Working knowledge of MS Word, Adobe Acrobat


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