Development Editor, Content and Access - The American Physiological Society (APS)
The American Physiological Society (APS), a non-profit scientific organization seeks a highly motivated and organized professional to develop new content concepts and publications; oversee existing and newly developed journals and books; serve as the primary liaison for open access between APS Publications and the scholarly community; drive the development of editorial innovations and provide business intelligence for the APS portfolio; and travel to journal editorial board meetings and industry conferences, when necessary.
The successful candidate must have at least six years of scholarly publishing experience with a proven track record in content development and acquisition. Plus, an understanding of the publishing process from submissions to digital publications.
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Please send a cover letter with your salary requirements and a resume.
APS is the leading voice for the physiological sciences in the United States and much of the world. With approximately 10,000 members, APS champions the interests of physiological researchers, educators and students from more than 90 countries, working at the frontiers of science to advance our understanding of life and human health.