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British Medical Association needs staff writer (£32,472 p.a.). The role requires qualified and experienced journalists with a thorough knowledge of the issues affecting doctors. Must be comfortable working in print/online—writing news, features, blogs and other content.

Location: London.

Closing date: January 10.

Senior staff writer (x2) (£41,821.20 p.a.) wanted by British Medical Association. Qualified and experienced journalists needed, with knowledge of issues affecting doctors, developing digital content, plus comfortable writing news, features, blogs, etc. One of the senior staff writers shall also edit news.

Location: London.

Closing date: January 10.

ICON requires digital content officer (pro rata to £25K). You will be responsible for content generation to maintain and update ICON’s website and social media profile (including Twitter and Facebook), while supporting its further development. The job is part-time—two days a week.

Location: London.

Closing date: January 10.

Copy editor (£30K) sought by Ultima Media. You must be a graduate or journalist with B2B experience, great at rewriting and editing, and adept at uploading copy to the web with attendant modifications.

Location: London.

Closing date: January 29.

Mark Allen Group has opening for editor. A graduate or equivalent with at least six months’ experience of editing, interest in healthcare, and exceptional attention to detail and organisation, you shall also have excellent interpersonal and project management skills.

Location: South East London.

Closing date: January 30.



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