Hours: Full-time, 35 hours per week
Salary: £18,000 – £20,000 + benefits
Contract type: Fixed term, two years
Closing date: Midnight Sunday 18 March
Download the job description and person specification (Word 123KB)
We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and highly organised Editorial assistant to support our expanding Content team. Reporting to the senior editor, you will support the team to create and publish information on all aspects of arthritis and related conditions through traditional routes such as print booklets, through to cutting edge technology in the form of the virtual assistant.
About the role
It is an exciting time to join the charity as we look to how we can better support people with arthritis with real time, relevant, robust information and support that allows them to better manage their condition.
As the Editorial assistant you will:
- support the Content team on a wide range of projects and tasks, from cataloguing content, proofreading, organising meetings, through to arranging photo and video shoots
- be the first point of contact for the team
- assist in coordinating and scheduling the various projects the team are involved in at time
- look after the day-to-day administration for the team and provide support on any projects the team are working on.
How to apply
To apply please submit:
- a concise, up-to-date CV
- a supporting statement demonstrating how you meet the key requirements set out in the job description and person specification (Word 123KB)
- Please include where you’ve seen this role advertised
Email your completed application by Midnight, Sunday 18 March to email@example.com
Interviews expected: week commencing 2 April, at the Arthritis Research UK office in London
Arthritis Care and Arthritis Research UK merged on 1 November 2017. We believe that together we can overcome the pain, isolation and fatigue of arthritis and have a greater positive impact on the lives of 10 million people across the UK who are currently living with the condition.
Our ambition is to invest in breakthrough treatments, change attitudes towards arthritis, reach many thousands more with the information and support they need, and influence the provision of services and more essential research into better treatments and cures. Read more about our merged organisation, working for us and what we offer.
Promoting Equality in the workplace
Arthritis Research is a Registered Charity No: 207711 and in Scotland No. SC041156
More information available at: http://www.arthritisresearchuk.org/about-us/work-for-us/our-current-vacancies/editorial-assistant.aspx