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Senior Scientific Director- CT (CME) Medical Education My client an excellent Continuing Medical Education company in Connecticut is actively in search of a Scientific Director. This is a position for individuals who ideally have at least 3 or more years of medical writing /content development experience within a medical education, medical communications company with a strong foundation and unders...
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$31,200.00 - $100,000.00
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