Do you possess an aptitude for interpreting scientific data and the attention to detail required to identify inconsistencies? Spandidos Publication are actively searching for just such an individual to fill the position of Scientific Editor. The role involves checking and clarifying data accepted for publication, and copy-editing articles according to the in-house journal style. Strong interpersonal skills are required, as candidates will be required to collaborate with both the scientific community and internal production team to maintain the high standards of the journals.
The minimum qualification required is a PhD in the biological sciences, with additional postdoctoral or other experience preferred. While a high level of computer literacy is essential, knowledge of Mac OS would be advantageous. The ideal candidate should be able to demonstrate excellent written English skills and strong organizational and time-management capabilities. Prior editorial or publishing experience is desirable, but not essential, as training in copy-editing will be provided to suitable candidates.
This is a full-time position with a friendly and established company that publishes high-quality scientific articles both online and in print. Benefits include a competitive starting salary, with scope for increase based on performance, and the opportunity for further career advancement.
This a full-time position based in London.
Please send your CV and a cover letter, stating salary expectations and quoting the job reference (SP/SE1/SP) by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spandidos Publications offers a competitive salary and benefits package including 25 days holiday plus bank holidays, 35 hour working week, flexible working from home, contributory pension scheme, private health insurance, discounted gym membership, cycle to work scheme, weekly fresh fruits, an employee support programme and season ticket loan depending on conditions.
Spandidos Publications is an Equal Opportunities Employer. We welcome all applications irrespective of race, gender, age, religion or belief, relationship status, pregnancy/maternity, sexual orientation or disability.