Do you have a 2:1 or a 1st degree in biological sciences are looking for your first role in Publishing? …
An exciting opportunity is available for a biological sciences graduate to join a leading scientific publishing company in London as their Production Editor. This is the perfect role for organised graduates with strong interpersonal and problem solving skills.
Reporting into Head of Production, you will be responsible for directing and overseeing the production of a UK journal from submission to early online publication. You will ensure that operational adherence to the organisations working methods, procedures and systems. The Production Editor will be responsible for the day-to-day handling of the journal including new submission, peer review, accepting manuscripts, sending proofs, checking paper set up, sending final proofs, creating invoices and checking payments.
To be considered for this excellent Production Editor opening you should have a 2:1/1st degree in biological sciences. You would have gained some work experience is an administrative, clerical, secretarial, bookkeeping, accounting, editorial and/ or customer service role.
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.
Keywords: BSc, Undergrad, Undergraduate, biological sciences, science, life sciences, editorial assistant, editing, editorial, publishing, Production Editor, London, South East, Entry- Level.
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Job Reference: JG/ PE- EL_1567064669
Broadcast As: 542
Salary To: Negotiable
Job Type: Full Time
Job Term: Permanent
Job Industry: Healthcare Communications
Job Specialism: Editorial
Recruitment Consultant: Jessica Guyon