|Location:||Work from home|
|Salary:||£32,411 to £36,333 per annum, pro rata if part time|
|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Placed On:||21st March 2023|
|Closes:||11th April 2023|
Hours: full-time hours or part time hours considered up to a maximum of 1 FTE (36.5 hours)
Requests for flexible working options will be considered (subject to business need).
The role is offered as remote/home working and job shares requests will be considered.
Contract: Fixed term until August 2024 (with possibility to extend)
Salary: starting at £32,411 to £36,333 per annum, pro rata if part time
Current salary scales can be found here
Closing date: 11 April 2023. Applications must be received by midnight of the closing date.
Expected Interview date: To be confirmed
Expected start date: To be confirmed
The University of Sussex is recruiting a motivated administrator to fulfil the role of Managing Editor for the journal Sociology of Health & Illness (SHI). The journal is a peer-reviewed academic journal which covers the sociological aspects of health, illness, medicine, and health care. It is published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness. The Editorial Team is currently led by Professor Karen Lowton (University of Sussex) and Professor Flis Henwood (University of Brighton) as joint Editors in Chief.
The role combines the skills of an editor with those of an operations manager. Responsibilities include coordinating editorial publications and meetings, and overseeing proof-reading and editing.
The successful candidate should be capable of working independently, whilst collaborating closely with the joint Editors in Chief and editorial team.
Please contact Karen Lowton (joint Editor in Chief) K.Lowton@sussex.ac.uk for informal enquiries.
For full details, see our vacancies page
To apply, please click on the ‘Apply’ button above.
The University of Sussex values the diversity of its staff and students and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds.
Please note: The University requires that work undertaken for the University is performed from the UK.
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