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Graduate vacancies in Publishing

Joining our Publishing Department as a Graduate you will undergo a programme of structured training and development guided by experienced mentors within your team. You will also have access to learning to develop in areas such as time management and business awareness. Please see job descriptions below.

Please visit our 'Graduates - advice on applying' page for details on how to apply.

Publishing Editor - Open to applications now

As a Publishing Editor the main purpose of your role is to contribute to the growth and quality of the journals through the day-to-day operation of the peer review, editing and publication processes for journal articles submitted to the Royal Society of Chemistry. There are also opportunities to be involved in the production of databases to support our aim of becoming the primary source of information for the chemical sciences community. Please view the job description for further information with regards to the role and skills required.

This is a great opportunity to work with dynamic journal teams and academics to ensure the Royal Society of Chemistry publishes high impact journals and databases for the chemical science community worldwide. You will be a critical part of the whole publishing process from initial submission through to final publication.

This role is a permanent position. Applications for this position are open all year round. For application deadlines and assessment centre dates please vist the advert for further details.

Development Editor - Closed to applications

These roles in our Journals Development team work closely with a Managing Editor and Deputy Editor in a dynamic, fast moving publishing environment. You will proactively input to and implement the development strategy of a portfolio of journals. You will be responsible for attracting world class authors to publish in the journals through direct invitation, identifying scientific and geographical areas for development through analysis of publication trends and promoting the portfolio of journals, working with the Marketing Department.

If you have previous experience in STM Publishing and are interested in either of these positions we may be able to place you in a permanent role with a higher salary please contact the HR Team in this instance to find out more.

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