I don’t think this job in itself is overly scicomm-ish but Harriet mentioned that there are lots of opportunities – and let’s face it you get to work at the British Medical Journal (I like their logo).
??competitive + benefits
12 month fixed term contract
The British Medical Journal needs no introduction. As the flagship publication of the BMJ Group, we have an established history as the leading title for medical professionals
The BMJ is looking for an editorial intern for 12 months. The function of the post is to support editorial staff and will include a range of editorial and administrative functions, from tagging and quality assurance of edited files, to routine compiling of reports, agendas, and minutes and organising attendance at meetings to and helping editors to research subjects and source data from the internet and elsewhere. The job would suit a recent graduate interested in a job in publishing.
The ideal candidate would have a degree (ideally but not essentially in publishing), would be willing to do a variety of tasks, some of them rather basic but some of them demanding initiative and engagement, and be able to demonstrate reliability, flexibility, good organisational skills, and an ability to work fast.
How to apply
To apply, please send a copy of your CV, covering letter and salary details to:
Closing date: 17 July 2011