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Associate Publishing Manager

We have a fabulous new role for someone who is passionate about the  training of Researchers; someone with a solid foundation in delivering publishing projects, content development and project management.  This is an unmissable new opportunity to work for a leading global London based scientific publishing organisation within their new research solutions division. This new division creates solutions for a broad research audience on a global scale, in order to enhance careers, advance learning and create an environment where researchers can achieve recognition for their success and achievements. This role is a hybrid working role with ideally 2 days a week in the office.

This role offers an exciting opportunity to join a busy, growing team in a content development role where you will help to develop the content and materials for face-to-face workshops, webinars and online courses for researchers around the world.

Some of the key responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Supporting the Publishing Manager in developing, delivering and maintaining the researcher training suite of products and services
  • Creating schedules and timelines with key project dates/milestones for on-going projects
  • Supporting the Publishing Manager to create training materials (slides and workbooks) by building appropriate modules and exercises
  • Coordinate with editorial, production and other departments to ensure key deadlines are met
  • Assist the Publishing manager with testing and implementing new products as required
  • Liaise with third parties to secure copyright permissions for all content used

The Associate Scientific Content Editor will coordinate the content development and delivery of the growing portfolio of researcher training solutions products (including in-person, online and webinar content and other material as required). This role will involve development of training materials based on a competent understanding of the scientific research process.

The successful person will be educated to degree level or a higher qualification in a scientific subject, (MSc or PhD), with some demonstrable experience in scientific research or scientific publishing, science communication or educational/training product development. You will have sound project management skills and comfortable with data analysis.  A knowledge of the publishing processes within scientific journals publishing is desirable but not essential.

For further details of this highly interesting new role, please send your CV and a short cover note.


Associate Publishing Manager

Redwood, London
Full-time, Permanent
Content, Editor, Project Management, Editorial
Salary description: 
Highly attractive salary and excellent company benefits

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