Jobs & Awards
Core roles are to contribute to the success of The Lancet through in-depth involvement in the peer review process and pre-acceptance decision taking and leading, either with a small team or alone and often with supervisory oversight, the management of one or more journal sections.
We are looking for technical writers who are native English speakers and have experience in Rail industry.
The project is very big and will include: Operating Instructions, Maintenance Manuals, Emergency Manuals, Cleaning Manuals, Troubleshooting Manuals, Engineering Specifications, Engineering Drawings, Parts Lists, Reports, etc. The Maintenance Manual is the largest at 1500 pages. There will be 15000 hours of work.
Science Feedback is looking for a science editor to work on writing and organizing reviews of influential claims and articles.
Our non-profit organization's mission is to improve the credibility of science-related information available online by providing feedback to readers, editors and tech platforms.
ClimateFeedback.org and HealthFeedback.org are organizing a global network of scientists to review influential climate and health media coverage, developing a new approach to fact-checking crowdsourced directly from domain experts. We plan to expand to other scientific fields prone to misinformation.
Entries are now being accepted for the 2019 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards. Entries must have been published, broadcast or posted online during the contest year: 16 July 2018 to 15 July 2019.
The contest has been open to journalists worldwide since 2015, and we want to encourage members of your association to apply. We present two awards in each category: a Gold award ($5,000) and a Silver award ($3,500). The categories are: large newspaper, small newspaper, magazine, video spot news/feature, video in-depth, audio (radio or podcast), online, and children’s science news.
The Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (CREST) is looking for a Communications Director to lead the dissemination of its research to stakeholders. CREST not only undertakes and commissions new research on security threats but also makes sure that this research reaches the people who need it, in formats which encourage and sustain meaningful engagement. In the first three and a half years of CREST this has led to 182 guides, research briefs, reports, posters and toolkits as well as 119 articles in nine issues of the quarterly magazine, CREST Security Review.
Editor-at-Large/Content Manager/In-house Technical Copywriter
Audio Analytic is an AI company based in Cambridge, UK. We are leading the world in sound recognition (sounds beyond just speech and music) and have major consumer tech companies already using our technology, with many more bringing products to market in coming months. We want to give all machines a sense of hearing, so that they can be more helpful to people by understanding sound-based context.