The Royal Society of Chemistry is looking to recruit up to 10 (!) publishing editors (£23-30k) by the end of January, to be based in Cambridge. Responsible for handling the peer review, editing and publication processes for journal articles, a good science degree (typically chemical science) is required. Postgrad and/or experience in STM publishing would be an asset.
The RSC are also hiring a deputy editor (£30-34k), as a result of the division of the Journal of Materials Chemistry. The role will involve assisting in the development and implementation of commissioning and product development plans, commissioning articles, and helping develop editorial and advisory boards. Good scientific degree and experience in STM publishing required. Closing date 23rd Nov.
A technology company in the South East seeks a senior technical writer (£35-45k) to create documentation for instruments and software tools to assist customers (eg, user guides, online help). Degree with proven ability of writing end-user documentation required.
Hyper Recruitment Solutions (founded by Ricky Martin, the 2012 winner of The Apprentice) was publically launched 3 weeks ago, and has already started to build up its portfolio of science and technology job listings. They are currently looking for senior recruitment consultants (£20-35k) and principal recruitment consultants (£30-40k), to be based in Loughton (Essex). A proven, successful track record in both technical recruitment and in developing new and existing business in recruitment services is required. Experience in leading teams and creating successful bids/tenders is desirable.