Position Title: Scientific Writer, Marketing & Communications
Reporting To: Director Marketing and Communications
Business Area: Marketing and Communications
Job Description: This position requires varied writing skills for interpreting diverse
scientific data into easily readable information, such as.
• Developing written materials, including, content for the
websites, blogs, communities, brochures, flyers, case studies,
whitepapers, newsletters, press releases, Q&A, presentations
and speeches, tech journals, etc. Proficiency in succinctly
writing “benefit-oriented” copy that breaks through and
strikes a chord with the reader.
• Creating written communications for all corporate collateral
needs, including but not limited to tradeshow displays,
website, blogs, brochures and trade advertising,
• Contributing actively to the concept, structure and contents of
corporate literature and online projects
• Playing an active role in implementing global marketing
communications strategies, such as managing events,
exhibitions/conferences, campaigns, letter writing for
management team, editorial placement, press conferences and
internal employee communications
• Project management during concept, text, and layout phases
• Advanced degree in Bioinformatics or Biotehnology
(genomics, proteomics, sequencing, and bioinformatics);
• 3-5 Years of writing scientific content and/or marketing
copy/Web content/; excellent writing and editing, with an
emphasis on scientific copy writing.
• Background in English, Journalism or Communications who
has worked in a bio scientific or biomedical organization.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite is must. Designing
skills and knowledge of good design elements, preferred.
• Must be able to professionally interact with all levels of
• Must have outstanding relationship and communication
skills. Juggling multiple assignments and multiple drafts is
an essential part of the job.
• High energy, self driven individual, with passion to work on
creating world class material and an attitude of ‘ we go to
them’ rather than ‘they come to us’.