Award-winning medical magazine Pulse is looking for an eagle-eyed science graduate to work as clinical features assistant.
Pulse – the UK’s leading magazine for general practitioners – is looking for a bright clinical features assistant to take charge of commissioning and policing the educational content of our print and online publications.
The job is an ideal starting position for a science graduate keen to break into medical publishing or journalism.
A successful candidate will have a science background and preferably some qualification in journalism or science communication. An ability to edit copy tightly and work collaboratively in a small team is required. Technical experience of HTML and/or video editing would be an advantage.
The role is an ideal starter job for an individual looking to start a career as a journalist in the media. You will need to be able to independently manage a range of clinical commissioning and editing tasks, occasionally working to tight deadlines, and take responsibility for the day-to-day management of our Pulse Learning website. This role is not for a candidate seeking a position as a reporter or news writer.
Commissioning and editing clinical articles
Day-to-day management of our educational website for GPs, Pulse Learning
Working with doctors to commission and edit clinical feature articles and educational modules
Uploading content to our website and dealing with user enquiries
Creating questions to check learning for our CPD modules
Filming and editing video modules
Writing our weekly email newsletter and coming up with ideas to improve open rates
How to apply
Please send your CV and a covering letter, detailing your salary expectations, to David Swan, clinical editor at Pulse: email@example.com