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Virology medical editor

Public Health England (PHE) is looking for a second medical editor to edit UK Standards for Microbiology Investigations (SMIs) for virology.

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The post is an honorary appointment with a three-year term of office and PHE is seeking applicants from the IBMS membership.

Applicants should have experience in editing scientific literature and currently working within clinical microbiology.

They will be expected to have an understanding of clinical or medical microbiology and the ability to provide editing across a wide range of diagnostic microbiology.

Applicants should be able to demonstrate the ability to edit a number of UK SMIs to tight deadlines. The editor will work directly with the standards unit team.

The job description, person specification and further information have been published online here. The deadline for applications is 15 February.  

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