13 January 2011

Job Opening: Associate Editor for a Medical Publishing (oncology/ women's health) UK

Post date: 13 January 2011
Deadline: 9 February 2011

Location: United Kingdom, London & Home Counties, London

Salary: 30,000 - 35,000 GBP

Associate Editor - London - Medical Publishing Company

A leading publishing company is now looking for an experienced Editor to work within their dynamic offices in London. This successful organisation is renowned for their exceptional high standards in publishing and media. They work within a variety of markets including everything from medical and sport to business and customer media.

As the Associate Editor, you will be given the unique opportunity to work within the medical division and will specialise in publications at the aimed at doctors and pharmacists throughout the UK. You will be accountable for several publications covering topics on oncology, women's health, dermatology and drug information. Key responsibilities will include ensuring publications provide the highest standard of prescribing and supplementary information and liaising with medical pharmaceutical professionals.

To succeed as the Associate Editor, you should have proven experience within a publishing environment. Excellent software knowledge is to be expected; particularly in InDesign and Microsoft Office. Please note, it is essential that you are educated to degree level in pharmacy or pharmacology.

If you are successful, you will be rewarded with an excellent starting salary and the chance for further career progression.

For further details on this fantastic role, please contact Jessica Guyon on 0121 616 3461; Jessica.guyon@paramountrecruitment.co.uk.

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