Joining our Publishing Department as a graduate you will undergo a programme of structured training and development guided by experienced mentors within your team. As a Publishing Editor the main purpose of your role is to contribute to the growth and quality of the journals through the day-to-day operation of the peer review, editing and publication processes for journal articles submitted to the Royal Society of Chemistry.
This is a great opportunity to work with dynamic journal teams and researchers to ensure the Royal Society of Chemistry publishes high impact journals with the best science. You will be a critical part of the whole publishing process from initial submission through to final publication as well as providing support to Associate Editors or commissioning journal covers. This is a varied role in which you will use your scientific knowledge daily to communicate the latest research to the chemical science community worldwide. An essential part of your role will be to provide excellent customer service to our authors and reviewers. Read our Publishing Editor blog to find out more about what our Publishing Editors do.
We offer a competitive salary progression scheme for this role. On successful completion of probation (six months service) the salary will increase to £29,195, through to candidates with three years' experience in this role with good performance can expect to be earning circa £32,000 per annum.
What we are looking for
- Experience of using computers for electronic mail, internet, file manipulation and word processing is essential,
- Good organisational and time-management skills are required together with the ability to work under pressure, prioritise and to meet deadlines,
- Good attention to detail,
- A proactive approach to problem solving is required,
- Good communication skills in interacting with internal and external contacts are essential,
- Proven ability to work well as a team,
- Postgraduate experience and/or practical experience in STEM publishing would be an asset.
A good honours degree in science (chemical science normally preferred) is essential
Accepted degree subjects
Additional job details
Salary after successfully completing probation period (six months) - £29,195. After completing three years satisfactory service – circa £32,000. 26 days paid holiday per annum, 35 hour working week, group personal pension scheme, free life assurance
How to apply
Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 9 November 2019
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Closing date: Continuous recruitment