[ASC-list] Science editor position available in Canberra
Rachael.Dash at biotext.com.au
Thu Jan 12 01:21:10 UTC 2017
We’re looking for a motivated science editor to come join us in our busy but smallish (15 of us) office in Canberra.
You will have:
* Tertiary qualifications in science, health or biomedical science, and/or communications
* Training and/or experience in science writing and editing
* Advanced skills in Microsoft Word, including formatting using templates
* Accuracy and attention to detail
* Demonstrated ability to work within a team
* Teach you some things about design and data visualisation
* Be really flexible with working hours and let you live a life outside the office
* Introduce you to some big projects in the science, health and government sectors
* Help you with your professional development
* Provide free coffee and biscuits
* Argue with you about commas … and hyphens ... or not …
Find more on our website at http://www.biotext.com.au/whats-new/work-at-biotext/
Closing 10 Feb.
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