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Our staff have a variety of backgrounds – with many coming from scientific research as well as from the world of publishing. It’s this mix of experience that helps us to support and inspire the biological community.
We are an equal opportunities employer and offer a competitive salary and benefits including a non-contributory pension scheme. Staff are based in our Cambridge office.
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The Company of Biologists and its journal Development are seeking to appoint a new Community Manager to run its successful community website ‘the Node’ and the journal’s social media activities.
Launched in 2010, the Node is the place for the developmental biology community to share news, discuss issues relevant to the field and read about the latest research and events. We are now looking for an enthusiastic and motivated person with fresh ideas to maintain and develop the site. Please see the full job description for further details.
Applications and informal queries should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible (we will consider candidates on a rolling basis) and no later than 14 April 2021. Interviews will take place virtually, and we may request written tests in advance of any interview.
We offer professional internships for PhD students. Each internship is carefully defined, both with the institute and the individual, and usually involves projects with our journal teams. Each year, we host a 12-week internship with a focus on data gathering and analysis – if you are interested in applying, please contact us at email@example.com ideally a year in advance. From time to time, we offer additional internships, such as working on our blog, the Node – for these, please look out for one of our job adverts.
Hosted internships are funded through PhD programmes – created by funders to help further your professional development – and should be agreed with your PhD supervisor and institute.