BioMed Central to attend The Source Event careers fair

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BioMed Central will be attending The Source Event – a careers fair for scientists to be held 21 September in London. There are a series of plenary lectures and workshops for delegates. If you are interested in attending this free event sign up here.

Due to our growth we constantly have openings for those wishing to experience a career in scientific publishing. You might be a student, recent graduate, PhD or medically qualified doctor. You might be looking for a work placement, short summer job, a gap year/sandwich year placement, or to start/progress a career in science publishing.

You will need strong interpersonal communication skills to equip you to work in a challenging environment where initiative, multitasking and the ability to meet deadlines are essential qualities. English language and computer skills are a must. We can provide you with an ideal opportunity, short, long or open ended, to nurture your interest in science, develop your skills and gain invaluable experience in the exciting and expanding world of scientific publishing.

Our current vacancies can be found here.

  • http://www.sennoma.net bill

    Sadly, moving to London is out of the question for me at the moment. Does BMC consider telecommuting for any of its positions?

  • http://biomedcentral.com bryan vickery

    Hi Bill,

    We pride ourselves on being a flexible organisation, and while we are headquartered in London (which is one reason I haven’t written organization!) we are happy to discuss opportunities with the right people who wish to work remotely. We’ll contact you directly.

    Best wishes, Bryan

  • josh p. roberts

    Are there ever opportunities for biomedical *writers* (as opposed to editors) — someone who can take complex information and craft it into intelligible, entertaining prose? I’ve done this for The Scientist, Biocompare.com, Drug Discovery Today, LabPulse.com WhyBiotech.com, … But it’s difficult to find anything but freelance opportunities, and these don’t even seem to be advertised.

  • masha fridkis-hareli

    Based in Boston, I wish I could relocate to London. Unfortunately, I can’t consider this opportunity right now. I would be very interested to work for BMC, is there any way to do it remotely?