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Editorial opportunities at The Company of Biologists

Posted by , on 4 October 2023

We currently have several vacancies across our journals – if you’re interested in a career in publishing (or are already working as an editor but looking for a move), and want to join a great team of people that really cares about supporting the scientific community, read on!

Our sister journals Journal of Cell Science and Disease Models & Mechanisms are both looking for new Reviews Editors. These roles involve commissioning and editing review-type articles for the journals, as well as getting involved in other aspects of the journals’ activities. These are great positions that allow you to stay in touch with the science, work constructively with authors and learn all about publishing from the inside. For more information, please see the full JCS and DMM job adverts.

We’ve also got an opening for a Features Editor who will work across our journals as we build up to the Company’s centenary in 2025. This is a fixed-term (two-year) position giving the successful applicant the opportunity to get involved in a wide range of editorial activities – researching and writing content, interviewing scientists, and contributing to our social media streams.

The deadline for applications for these three positions is 1 November 2023. If you’d like to find out more, please do get in touch – either with our HR department, or you’re welcome to contact me informally.

Finally, you may already have spotted that we are interested in hosting interns on our community sites (the Node, FocalPlane and preLights). These are offered as placements for students on a BBSRC Doctoral Training Program – or equivalent scheme – that requires students to undertake an internship as part of their training. More information can be found in this advert.

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