Working for us
We’re always looking for talented and motivated people to work as part of our close-knit team. Roles range from editorial to production, marketing to event co-ordination, HR to accounts. Our size means that you will also have the opportunity to get involved with specialist projects.
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.
Vacancies will be posted on this page, but if you don’t see anything relevant please do still get in touch with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disease Models & Mechanisms Reviews Editor
We are looking to recruit a Reviews Editor to work on our journal Disease Models & Mechanisms. This is a particularly exciting time to join us as we plan our celebrations in 2025. This is a full-time permanent role. Core responsibilities include commissioning, handling peer review and developmental editing of review content; representation of the journal at local and international conferences, and within the wider scientific community; and contributing to interview and editorial pieces within the journal. Please see the full job description for further details.
To apply for the position of Reviews Editor – Disease Models & Mechanisms, please email email@example.com with your CV, a covering letter stating current salary, relevant experience and why you are enthusiastic about this opportunity, and a 400-word summary of a recent ground-breaking development in disease biology. The application deadline is 4 March 2024.
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.
We are currently also looking for one or more interns to work on our community sites – the Node, preLights and FocalPlane. If you are interested in applying for either of these opportunities, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.