Clinical Content Manager (part time/remote-first/contract/perm) @ Healthily

  • RoleNon-Clinical
  • LocationGreater London
  • TypePart Time
  • SectorNon-Clinical
  • SeniorityManagerial

Are you a qualified doctor, looking for your next part-time role in digital health? Can you combine your medical knowledge with excellent communication skills including editorial or digital content production? Does an opportunity where you can contribute to unleashing the potential of tech to solve health challenges make you excited to start your working day? Was that a big YES? Great, keep reading…

About Us

At Healthily, we believe everyone should have the information they need to look after their health. Five years ago, we brought together doctors, data-scientists and digital experts to create a new type of health app. One where anyone in the world could find personalised, medically-approved guidance, tools and support to help them feel better and stay healthy.

Millions of downloads later, we’re the first mobile app approved as a class 1 medical device and are on the way to our goal: helping one billion people find their health.

Healthily has a positive, diverse, and supportive culture – we love working with people who are curious, inventive, and are constantly seeking to learn and improve. In our work together we aim to be smart, humble, hardworking and above all, collaborative.

What You Will Be Doing

Reporting into the Clinical Manager, this role will be responsible for reviewing digital content for medical accuracy including video and the company’s editorial and marketing channels (blog, health advice library, smart symptom checker, social media and occasionally Android & iOS apps).

This is a key role where you will work closely with our content and medical teams at the quality assurance stage of content production – this content spans health articles and consultation/condition summary cards for our app, website and social media channels. We are outside IR35 and open to contract or permanent positions for a part time role (between 2-4 days a week).

Responsibilities

You will:

  • Input into the research and planning stage of our content – sharing your insights from patient experience, medical guidelines and the latest thinking around self-management to help shape content hubs on specific topics
  • Review and update existing health articles, Healthily produced video and 3rd party video to make sure they are referenced according to Healthily guidelines, medically safe, medically accurate and align with current guidelines
  • Writing, reviewing or re-writing health content to briefs commissioned by the content team
  • Dissect medical guidance and information and repurpose into easy to understand copy for a global audience, where English may not be the first language
  • Support the production of science-backed self care or lifestyle content, that meets user needs as well as Healthily medical and safety standards
  • Work closely with the medical and content team and help co-ordinate Healthily content
  • Review content created for external clients – which may be in a different style or tone of voice to Healthily Content but still needs to be medically accurate.

Opportunities

  • To help script and present accurate and engaging video content for the website and social channels
  • To develop existing skills and gain new skills, such as the interactions between digital health and AI.

Requirements

This is a role for a qualified and GMC-registered general practitioner or doctor (with a medical speciality) at ST5 level or above.

As such, you must have:

Essential

  • A current licence to practice
  • Up to date CPD and appraisal/revalidation requirements
  • Proven experience of transforming complex medical jargon into words that a lay audience can easily understand and some examples of written work
  • Excellent command of written and spoken English language
  • Proficiency in Google Docs / slides / sheets OR Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint.

Desirable

  • Previous digital health/medical content experience including reviewing or writing pieces
  • Experience of working with video content including reviewing/presenting
  • A self-motivated, pragmatic and innovative team-player
  • Start up or health tech experience
  • An interest in keeping up to date with health related news
  • Comfortable writing standard operating procedures (SOP) and protocols to guide medical content.

Skills & Abilities

  • An interest in self-care and helping members of the public take control of their health
  • Curiosity and initiative – you enjoy figuring out how to improve any work you’re involved with and an ability to consider the needs of those who use Healthily’s products and services
  • Collaboration with people from different disciplines and professional backgrounds
  • Openness to working in a user-centred information model focused on answering unmet user needs as well as giving information that is necessary from a medical perspective
  • Familiarity with SEO best practice OR an ability to quickly learn how to support the content team with collaborative medical evidence discussions and wording – so final content adheres to SEO best practice
  • High levels of flexibility; quick to adapt approach as needed
  • Calm, focused and resilient in fast paced and challenging situations.

Knowledge

  • An understanding of health technology and apps
  • A good understanding of medical evidence and ability to interpret evidence
  • Knowledge of US medical standards/US medical training would be advantageous
  • Understands & embraces the power of diversity, inclusion and belonging.

How To Apply

To apply, please click apply and upload a CV and cover letter outlining how your career interests, skills and experience align with the role requirements. Please provide links to any samples of written work, health articles or online health content, if possible.

Healthily by Your.MD is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or disability status – and welcome all sections of our community to apply for our roles