Physician Education: Bridging Clinical Research and Patient Care

Editorial Project Associate

Nonprofit physician education organization is seeking an Editorial Project Associate with excellent copyediting, and communication skills to work on materials for its treatment (HIV and hepatitis C) guidelines papers, journal articles, and other ongoing projects.

Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:

  • Proofreads and copyedits submissions
  • Establishes program timelines, guidelines, and checklists
  • Participates in program debriefs
  • Manages and updates internal organization style guide
  • Creates and overseas electronic and other outreach efforts to potential and registered course and workshop participants

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Strong proofreading and copyediting skills
  • Exceptionally strong organizational and communication skills
  • Experience coordinating publication workflow or other documentation projects
  • Experience coordinating meetings and telephone conferences with authors, reviewers and academic committees
  • Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision in established structure, prioritize tasks, and meet deadlines

Additional Qualifications or Skills a Plus:

  • Familiarity with biomedical content and knowledge of AMA Manual of Style
  • Ability to set relevant priorities on a daily basis and meet deadlines
  • Experience with coordinating and scheduling projects
  • Project management skills and experience

Annual Salary Range:
$45,000 and full benefits including health dental, vision, and retirement. No relocation.

HOW TO APPLY
Email applications with "Editorial Project Associate" in the subject line. Applications MUST include the following: 

  1. Cover letter: 50 WORDS OR LESS about your qualifications and applicable experience
  2. Resume
  3. Minimum of 3 PROFESSIONAL references

Note: Candidates will be required to take reasoning, language skills, and Microsoft Office tests as part of the interview process.

The mission of the IAS-USA is to improve the treatment, care, and quality of life of persons with HIV or at risk of, other viral infections through balanced, relevant, innovative, and state-of-the-art education for practitioners who are actively involved in medical care for people with viral infections. The organization’s educational activities are particularly intended to bridge clinical research and patient care.