[CLOSED] Macmillan Cancer Support, Chief Medical Editor, ??consultant, CLOSED 4 June 2012

Bit of an odd and specific one this one – you needed to have been an oncologist first…??

Note that this job is closed.

Macmillan Cancer Support
Chief Medical Editor

  • Region:
  • Location:
  • Job Category:
    Macmillan Services
  • Department:
    Cancer Information Development
  • Job Type:
    Fixed Term
  • Closing Date:
    4 June 2012

Chief Medical Editor
Location: Flexible

Casual contract, consultant salary scale

Macmillan Cancer Support is looking to appoint a Chief Medical Editor for an average of one Programmed Activity per week.

The successful applicant will work closely with the Cancer Information Development team, who produce a wide range of patient information for people affected by cancer (PABC).??You will have responsibility for the final sign-off of clinical information in a range of our content.??You will also advise on our content strategy, be involved in planning new information, and contribute to the ongoing development of Macmillan???s editorial policy and practice.??

You will be a consultant oncologist with significant experience in a particular area of oncology practice; and have a keen interest in the role of information in healthcare provision for people affected by cancer, as well as in information delivery, and how technology can be used to deliver information in innovative ways to PABC.??

If you would like to discuss the role further, once you have read the additional information, please contact Tracy Williams ??(Senior Cancer Information Development Nurse) on 020 7091 2223.

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