Locum Associate or Senior Editor, Nature Reviews Urology
Job title: Locum Associate or Senior Editor
Department: Nature Reviews Urology
Contract type: Fixed-term (6 months)
Nature Reviews Urology (http://www.nature.com/nrurol) has a vacancy for a part-time or full-time Locum Associate or Senior Editor.
The Associate Editor’s role is busy and varied. You will work closely with the small in-house journal team, and liaise directly with the internationally renowned Advisory Board and contributors. Key tasks include commissioning and editing for all editorial sections, organizing peer review, and writing Research Highlights. The job is based in our modern London offices but some travel to conferences may be required. Preference will be given to candidates with the following key attributes: a relevant biological science degree to PhD level; a demonstrable ability to edit text for sense, clarity, factual correctness and language; and experience that indicates a proactive approach and excellent organizational skills. Training will be provided, but prior editorial experience will be advantageous.
Nature Reviews Urology covers the pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and management of diseases and injuries affecting urological and sexual function. Basic, translational and clinical aspects of urological disorders are considered, including discussions of genetics, epidemiology, imaging, drug treatments, and surgery.
To apply please send a recent CV and covering letter stating your notice period and salary expectation.
Closing date: 15th April 2018
Please note we will be reviewing candidate applications as they are submitted and so would encourage you to apply as early as possible.
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