Apple has recently released a series of new adverts that feature users making the most out of Siri and the Apple iOS accessibility functions for those with disabilities. The adverts were timed in accordance to Global Accessibility Awareness day and each advertisement features versions with audio descriptions for views with visual impairment.
Recruitment for Medical Communications and PR
Our Medical Communications team pride ourselves on understanding the niche markets in our sector and always have our finger on the pulse of any changes as well as the dynamic candidate base. We therefore constantly build exceptional market knowledge and are the most knowledgeable recruiters in this field, across our areas of specialisation.
We specialise in sourcing professional jobs across a variety of disciplines within the Medical Communications job market, such as medical writers, editors, publishers, account executives from junior to Director/VP level, creatives and digital experts, and more…..
For more information on jobs available in the medical communication sector please contact our team on: +44 (0) 118 9522 792
Medical Writer, Senior Medical Writer, Principal Medical Writer, Medical Writing Managers and Directors
Copywriters – Junior to mid-weight and senior level
Editorial Specialists up to Director level
Account Executives, Seniors, Managers and Directors
Client Services Managers/Directors
Graphic Designers, Artworkers, Creatives and Advertising Specialists
Line Managers and training experts
Executive level appointments
Professional interims and freelancers
We work for a company listed in the top 100 best companies to work for in the UK, we love what we do and how we do it!
We always strive to innovate and support our candidates and clients with our work, as well as holding regular training courses, open days and networking events to help support the industry and understand your requirements.
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Articles, advices and news pieces from the Medcomms industry written by our very own team.
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