We are seeking an in-house Editor who will be responsible for Regulatory Rapporteur, the organisation’s international peer-reviewed journal.
This professional organisation supports regulatory professionals to deliver better, safer healthcare for patients and offers an extensive range of regulatory affairs education and professional development, both for its members and the wider regulatory community, in human medicines, vaccines, diagnostics, medical devices and veterinary sectors.
Position: In-house Editor
Location: London E15
Salary: £35000 - £40000 per annum
Hours: 35 hours per week
Closing Date: 24th June 2022 Please note: We reserve the right to close the process early should a candidate of sufficient experience and fit be found, do not delay in making your application!
About the role:
As Editor you will manage the production of the print edition 11 times a year, you will also be responsible for managing the new online publishing platform and ensuring that it achieves its potential for enhancing the organisations status and member proposition, and creating new revenue opportunities
Editorial production of Regulatory Rapporteur (print and online)
- Develop long-term publishing plans and forward-feature topics
- Report to and collaborate with the Editorial Board
- Commission and source articles as required
- Proof-read and finalise pages for press and online platform
- Source and ensure appropriate use of imagery
- Produce flat plans, production schedules and liaise with printers/other external suppliers
- Produce the journal to a consistently high standard and to deadlines
- Manage and align production processes for both the print and online platform
- Understand the budgetary process related to publications, manage costs
- Manage licensing arrangements and implications of any legal changes, e.g., in copyright legislation
- Identify opportunities to use the journal, with a focus on the online platform
- Manage the editorial production of corporate communications, including the Annual Report
- Monitor relevant news sources to source articles and news items
- Work with the Marketing Team to schedule communications and ensure regular flow of publications
To be successful in the role of in-house Editor you will already be established in your career and can demonstrate successful delivery of online/print publications or journals and their supporting content.
You will also bring with you the following:
• Be highly adaptable, innovative, and eager to explore new editorial possibilities and trends
• Provide creative and imaginative input while ensuring attention to detail and a focus on quality
• Have experience of Adobe Creative Cloud and use of multimedia platforms
• Be commercially aware, with an entrepreneurial spirit
• Have an analytical outlook with a systematic approach to work and managing tight deadlines
Please download and read the attached Job Pack for more detail on the role and charity. If you are unable to do so people contact NFP People to request.”
If you feel you have the necessary skills for this role, then apply today! Please apply with an up-to-date CV and covering letter outlining your suitability.
The organisation are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their gender, race, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, or age.
Other roles you may have experience of could include Copyholder, Copyreader, Proof-reader, Rewriter, Editor Editorial/publishing professional, Deputy Editor, Journalist, Junior Editor, Senior Editor, Lead Editor, In-house Editor, In House Editor, Assistant Editor, Copy Editor, Content Editor, Content Creator, Publications Editor, Print Editor, Digital Editor.