[ASC-list] Job vacancies at Biotext
janet.salisbury at biotext.com.au
Fri Feb 5 00:19:43 UTC 2010
The following positions will be advertised in Canberra tomorrow. Note that these jobs are based in Canberra.
Biotext is a leader in science information publishing, specialising in health, agriculture and environment. We currently have two vacancies in our Canberra office for dynamic and motivated individuals who would like to hone their publishing skills in an exciting, challenging and fun business environment.
Production Manager - This job will suit someone with a background in science publishing who would like to turn their hand to managing aspects of a small business. The successful candidate will coordinate production from initial inquiry through to delivery of high-quality publications that meet or exceed client expectations. This job is potentially full-time but part-time options may also be considered for candidates with strong skills against the selection criteria.
Science Writer and Editor - This full-time job requires someone with a science background, training and experience in writing and editing, and a passion for making a difference to the quality of science information in the public and policy-making arenas.
Email admin at biotext.com.au to receive full job specifications and selection criteria. Both positions are based in Canberra. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered.
Applications close 5 pm, Friday 26 February 2010.
Dr Janet Salisbury ELS, AE
Director | Biotext
Building 10, CSIRO Forestry Precinct, Banks St, Yarralumla
PO Box 178, Deakin West, ACT 2600
T: 02 6282 2280 | F: 02 6282 3734
M: 0416 167 280
E: janet.salisbury at biotext.com.au
ELS (Editor in the Life Sciences, Board of Editors in the Life Sciences, USA); AE (Accredited Editor, Institute of Professional Editors, Australia)
Biotext is a science information company offering research, writing and editing services, specialising in health, agriculture and environment
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