A fantastic opportunity is now available for a PhD educated Scientist to join a very successful biomedical publishing group at their modern offices in London. They currently publish eight journals with a focus on oncology and molecular medicine, and are the leading publishers in the biomedical sciences field.
As the Scientific Editor you will be editing and proofreading highly scientific and technical manuscripts from high quality submissions from authors worldwide. Utilising your strong scientific knowledge, you will evaluate submissions, manage the peer review process, and work closely with authors to overcome any issues. Furthermore, you will check and clarify data accepted for publication and collaborate with the scientific community and internal production team to maintain the high standards of the journal.
To be considered for this excellent Scientific Editor opportunity, you should hold a PhD within biological/ biomedical sciences. Previous experience within publishing is not essential, therefore this is a fantastic opportunity to launch your editorial career.
If successful, you will be offered a competitive starting salary and benefits package including pension scheme, 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays), 35 hour working week, private health insurance, dental cover, optical cover, discounted gym membership, cycle to work scheme and weekly fresh fruits.
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Job Reference: JG/ E-SP_1542814756
Salary To: Negotiable
Job Type: Full Time
Job Term: Permanent
Job Industry: Healthcare Communications
Job Specialism: Editorial
Recruitment Consultant: Editor – Scientific Publishing