Digital content reviewer

Location

The Physiological Society, London
Closing date: 
20 January 2017
Contact: 
Andrew Mackenzie

Digital content reviewer - Three month fixed term contract

Are you passionate about science communication? This is an exciting opportunity to develop your skills as part of our communications team. You’ll work on our website and social media to make sure we’re getting the message across effectively to our members and the public.

The Physiological Society

As a learned society of over 3,600 members, we promote physiology and support those working in the field by organising world-class scientific meetings, offering grants for research, collaboration and international travel, and by publishing the latest developments in our leading scientific journals, The Journal of Physiology, Experimental Physiology and Physiological Reports.

The position

We’re looking for a Digital Content Reviewer to work with us to ensure the content on our website is up-to-date and develop our social media presence. You’ll report to the Head of Policy and Communications, and work closely with our Communications Manager and Head of Technology. The position is full time for three months based at our head office in Farringdon, London.

Salary

£22-£25k per annum, pro-rata

Why should you apply?

  • Experience working in a leading learned society
  • Build your networks with science communicators
  • Develop your writing and technical skills as part of our communications team

Who should apply?

  • Experienced science communicator
  • Excellent online writing skills and command of the English language
  • Meticulous attention to detail

Application details

For more information and the full job description: http://bit.ly/2izXNJV

Send a CV and covering letter to Andrew Mackenzie, Head of Policy & Communications (amackenzie@physoc.org). 

Closing date for applications Friday 20 January.