Job description

Scientific Writer

Oxford, UK

Osler innovative technology, and its potential to transform global health, creates a significant opportunity to win tens of millions of pounds of non-dilutive funding from grant funding bodies, charities, and foundations. You will help to realise this opportunity.

£35,000 - £45,000

You will explore and identify funding opportunities that can leverage Osler’s technology. You will contribute to the gathering of information, writing the winning ‘story’, liaising with funding bodies, and managing successful projects. You will be exposed to the whole business and understand the vast scope of Osler’s ground-breaking technology.

You will have a unique opportunity to shape the deployment of Osler’s technology, which could directly improve the lives of millions of people.

Career progression is limited only by your own motivation and capabilities and we actively encourage our team to become involved in many aspects of our fast-growth business.

 

About you

You are ambitious, excited and engaged by what the future could hold, and in delivering it. You will have a strong scientific background and experience in technical writing.  You may be a scientist looking for a change from the lab or a more experienced scientific writer. You are entrepreneurial, independent, and proactive, able to manage your own work and time. You are a strong problem solver, courageous, and eager to engage in robust debate with your colleagues, at all levels of the business, to get to the right answer. You are a strong and confident communicator, who influences colleagues and builds deep relationships. You are persistent and determined.

 

Your key responsibilities would be:

  • Grant Writing / opportunity application: Contribute to the writing of compelling applications to identified opportunities. Coordinate with relevant Osler team members (technical, finance, commercial) to gather required information
  • Funding body communication: Work with funding bodies throughout the identification, writing, and management process. This can involve travel to visit funding bodies (e.g., Washington D.C. for US Government Agencies)
  • Grant / Opportunity management: Contribute to the management of the successful projects, ensuring effective project management and reporting to funding bodies
  • Opportunity identification: Explore and identify funding opportunities both nationally and internationally, from government agencies, prizes, charities, foundations, and other funding bodies. Build relationships and contacts at key funding bodies to understand their priorities and upcoming opportunities

 

We look forward to hearing from you and introducing you to Osler, thank you for taking the time to consider us and make your application.

Join us and build a better future.