Freelance Quality Control, Edanz
Edanz Group Japan are looking for part-time, freelance copy editors to join our Freelance Quality Control Team.
The position involves working from home, providing a final copy edit and/or proofread to a variety of STM documents, as well as providing feedback to our freelance field-specific expert editors.
Communications Trainee, EMBO - Heidelberg
Duration: 6 months
Grading: 780 EUR/month plus accommodation, or 1500 EUR/ month without housing allowance
EMBO is looking for a creative writer and communicator to help promote and share the organization’s work.
You will create written content for a variety of channels including the EMBO website, printed materials, and social media.
Science Communicator, NIBSC - London/Hertfordshire
£39,264 per annum plus benefits
We currently have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced writer with a genuine interest and enthusiasm for science to develop their career in scientific communications.
This role sits within our Communications division and works closely with our scientific community at the National Institute for Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC) to deliver the NIBSC communications plan, which aims to further increase the profile and reputation of the NIBSC both nationally and internationally.
Production Editor for journals and book publisher - London
Our client, a highly successful STM journals and books publisher based in London are looking for a Production Editor to deliver their environmental journals, managing the process from manuscript acceptance to the end, on a part time basis.
ABSW 2019 awards in numbers
13,200 GBP in prizes
Bionews Genetics Editor, Part-Time
Salary: £9,000-£11,500 for two days per week (depending on experience and qualifications)
BioNews is a free web and email-based digest of news and developments in assisted conception, human genetics and embryo and stem cell research.
News articles are commissioned in-house on a Friday. These articles, as well as commissioned comment pieces and reviews, are edited and collated by the editorial team on or before Monday and published on the BioNews website. A collection of the week's articles - as well as recommended readings, event listings and job advertisements - is published in newsletter form on Monday afternoons and sent to BioNews subscribers.