**THE DEADLINE HAS NOW PASSED SO WE ARE NOT ABLE TO ACCEPT ANY MORE APPLICATIONS**
This is a great opportunity to join a London based STM journals publisher as an Assistant Editor. This is a varied position where you will play a key role in supporting the Journals team to provide a high quality service to authors and ensure the effective processing of manuscripts. Please note that this is a fixed-term contract until the end of December 2020, to start ASAP.
- Assist authors and reviewers with manuscript submission system
- Liaise with authors, reviewers and editors to ensure papers are processed on time
- Monitor submission email inboxes and process article proposals
- Coordinate papers editing and amendments
- Flag potential ethics issues and obtain permissions
- Process editor payments and liaise with the finance team
- Contribute and participate in editors’ meetings, taking minutes
Experience / skills required:
- Some experience of academic journal publishing and/or experience of writing articles/copy for a clinical or academic audience is an advantage
- Knowledge of peer review systems is desirable
- Strong organisational skills and ability to manage time effectively
- Flexible approach to work with solid multi-tasking skills
- Excellent communication, proofreading skills and a good eye for detail
- Strong customer service skills
Applications needed urgently
For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Karine Nicpon
Tel: 020 3574 4426
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